Meow - Someone got turned down at their interview then.
19 posts • joined 27 Oct 2010
Now, be honest, can you really justify <easy access to airports</i>?
Sure you can, access is easy enough for most of the airports now the roads have been upgraded from the more usual farm tracks.
The real question is, do the airports actually have a flight schedule for places a business would want to fly people to/from? Ireland's problem is that outside Dublin, the airlines seem to have cast the less used regional airports adrift.
Cork is a good example, great facilities, totally under used.
Doesn't stealing a Tesla rely on...
....the thing being charged enough in the first place to actually move?!
My local motorway service area is always full of Model S's being charged after the gruelling 10 mile journey to get there...any potential thief would be lucky to get one to move out of the charge bay, let alone out of the area.
Loving the objections the residents are making to the pad expansion.
If, as is almost certain, most of these people moved in AFTER they built the space port, can someone explain to me what in the name of all that is decent and holy they have to complain about???
No wait, let me save you the time....
I pay for my broadband, why should I share it?
If I pay the bill, I expect to use 100% of my service, even if i'm not using it, I don't want any Tom, Dick or Harry using it instead. What is so difficult to comprehend about that?
I don't give a monkey's if if makes other people's lives more convenient - IT IS MY SERVICE, I PAY FOR IT.
Once again media hype is making this something it clearly isn't.
I fail to see how compromising the systems on a single train would allow a hacker to then compromise the interlocking for signalling. For a start, the interlocks and their associated signals, points and crossovers are all controlled from regional signalling centres and have nothing whatsoever to do with the trains that run on them.
Even if someone with the requisite knowledge were to be able to control a train, there is no way they could make the leap from there to controlling the national infrastructure.
I'm not sure which concerns me more, that the BBC have blocked access to iPlayer via VPN abroad or that there are so many people who actually watch that durge Doctor Who.
On a serious note, the interface for iPlayer is terrible, particularly on some freeview boxes - maybe they could spend some money on that instead of limiting their audience.
An accident was always inevitable in my opinion. Take one cowboy billionaire, a mad idea and a bunch of celebs with no brain willing to stump up millions for a ride in space and you have a recipe for disaster.
The only problem I have with this crash is that Justin Bieber wasn't aboard when it went down.
Its all about the cheapskates
I'm sorry but all this talk about dicey TV's strikes me as a non-issue. I have two Toshiba TV's, both in excess of 3 years old and have had absolutely NO issues. I have to agree with a previous poster, its all about the people who blew their giro's on the console and are trying to run it through a 50 quid supermarket piece of junk.
Try spending some money.....
I have to say, its very amusing all the people complaining about Ryanair and their prices, policies etc. Remember everyone, you pay your money, you take your choice.....if you want an allocated seat, want to go to a destination that isn't Dublin and that you've actually heard of, want a reasonable cabin baggage allowance and don't want to be treated like a prison inmate during boarding, then DON'T TRAVEL WITH THEM.
Easy isn't it?
What's the problem?
This is ridiculous. Its about time Microsoft phased out XP support, not before time in my opinion. The old excuses of 'I have a CNC machine that runs Win98' or 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' just don't cut it to be honest.
The fact of the matter is, technology is changing, the infrastructure we work on is evolving in ways that we need to take advantage of and stubbornly refusing to upgrade because 'you don't like an interface' or 'don't want to pay' is bullsh*t. A machine manufacturer might well have designed a piece of equipment to run for decades but in my experience they are blinkered in the their views and their abilities and almost always write their control code to be utterly incompatible with even the smallest update.
Besides, they usually end up going out of business before issues like O/S updates are required anyway.
In my opinion, if you choose to continue running XP, 98 or even 3.11 then its effectively your IT funeral when something fails or is compromised by a virus or malware - why should your support company or MS care about that?! You've been warned often enough!
Upgrade and lose the luddite attitude or stop moaning.
All you doubters get over yourselves
As the subject suggests! This is the price of progress, if anyone has actually bothered to try the Win8 CP/RP you'll know that with a few hours familiarisation, Metro and the traditional desktop go hand in hand together. The only people complaining about the changes are those retards still using XP and living in the dark ages smearing mud on their faces.
Embrace the future!
I'm sorry but this whole upgrade is largely pointless and will be for a good few years to come. Anyone who upgrades now, just so they can brag needs their head looking at. As someone else pointed out earlier, no matter how fast you can download at, if the host you're connecting to can only send at 1Mb/s, thats what you'll get! IDIOTS.
Virgin can crow all they like about it, I wouldn't give them my money if my life depended on it. I'll stick with BT and my perfectly good 16Mb/s connection which is just fine for gaming and occasional streaming. When I get offered Infinity i'll take that thank you very much just because, no matter what Virgin do, they do not and quite possibly will not ever have the coverage BT have across the country.
Therefore I figure i'll stick with the national provider.
In short, shove it Virgin.....