9 posts • joined 30 Jun 2010
".....it appears that Microsoft is losing its credibility as an honourable company"
So once you have handed over your password to the police so that they can search the data on the encrypted drive is it OK for this information to be released to the press.
Not that I know who released the password into the public domain.
"Chargers have to be disposed of as electronic waste, cables do not."
What if the cables have active components in them?
Funny how its always the networks fault till we prove it isn't.
Where did they find an angle grinder in a newspaper office?
Is "cloud" not a little passé?
Does the orbit inclination of 51.41 imply that any of us north of Reading (UK) have nothing to worry about?
I would have thought that an app for my in-car computer to find my i-phone would be of more use.
That's me, and I'm not even fifty yet
I said something very close to "it's the rigging y'know".
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