Bring yourself back online...
Can't they just apply the reveries update?
61 posts • joined 15 Apr 2011
Can't they just apply the reveries update?
If only there was something in the picture to assist in ascertaining the size and scale of this device.
That's a very Iain M Banks-esque name for a ship....
Well it's official: eating bacon is as cool as smoking. Mind you I should be careful since I knock back 40 rashers a day....
Is down as well, to many people trying to see if facebook is down is my guess...
I've said it before....
It can't be bargained with. It can't be reasoned with. It doesn't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.
But hey, it's great at jumping :-)
Isn't the sun exploding right now?
This seems like a great idea, said every spook agency everywhere....
Man in the Middle Attack anyone?
You're bending it wrong...
Mind you, flying about in a spacecraft using a hands on throttle and stick with an Oculus Rift DK2 is the single greatest gaming experience I've ever had, nothing comes close...
"full of awe" you say? there is an auto-antonym which matches that: awful...
I've heard encryption described as a weapon, if that's the case doesn't the 2nd amendment trump this old law?
Whilst he may be cheesy in many of his films, I did think he was excellent in "Adaptation", also in "Leaving Las Vegas" and while we are on the subject of Birds he was also pretty good in "Birdy"... but yes he has been in some right turkeys....
Flappy Turd? surely Crappy Turd would've been more appropriate...
Pic's or it didn't happen..... oh wait
But I wouldn't be totally surprised if state sponsored spyware arrives in some of those AV definition updates - I mean AV scanners typically look at the whole drive every day, what spy agency wouldn't want a slice of that pie....
...They'll be nothing left in the glass
My computer is running slow, is it windows being a shit or am I about to get a knock on the door by a sexy female spook.....
Didn't Guy Fawkes attempt this in 1605?
It's always seemed obvious that animals with smaller bodies would have faster reaction times as the lengths of nerves connecting their muscles to their grey matter would be significantly shorter. It kinda follows that their perception of time would scale accordingly.
As for kids, well I think some of it is relative to experience, if you're a day old newborn, then another 24 hours would seem like a long time. Whereas if your 40 years old - a day is ever shrinking sliver of your collective experience hence the old adage "The years just flash by when you get to my age"
I'd bet that one of the trigger words which flags an individual for closer inspection is "invention", no matter where they are in the world...
And my 8 year old son was doing prisms and pyramids in his maths homework only yesterday - clearly it's a VAST conspiracy....
Toast bread well on one side and lightly on t'other. Grate some strong cheddar cheese, add a small splash of milk and a pinch of dried herbs maybe some chilli flakes if you fancy. Mash the cheese and additives together with a fork - it should be a firm paste (otherwise you've added too much milk). Spread the mixture onto the lightly toasted side with a knife and place back under the grill for about 90 seconds.
Allow 30 seconds to cool slightly and then eat before anyone sees you (because they WILL want to steal it)
variants: substitute natural yogurt for the milk, thinly spread marmite/harrissa/sundried tomato puree on the bread before you add the cheese topping etc
Is there a little window in the back of his head so you can see through his bionic eye?
The phone has to periodically power up the radio to report back you GPS location to the FBI, Illuminati, Cabal of Lizard people..
Wake up sheeple!
They will be reading his culture series for helpful pointers and advice.
Though I've never met you, good luck old friend.
Actually, Inglorious Bastards does share the same back story as the original and then diverges from the original when a critical scene in the original film goes one way and the Tarantino version goes another (and creates an alternate history in the process...) - kinda like the film sliding doors - but with nazi's...
It clearly a replacement part for a Tralfamadorian spaceship.
<Lights Moonmist Cigarette>
... can they get Channel 5?
"In America and England you cannot commit a crime, then get caught for that crime, and just walk away without a consequence of some kind."
Tell that to the board of HSBC
I sold all my apple shares to buy ones in facebook...
My guess is that Apple are playing Taiwan off against mainland China to secure themselves a better unit price, the margin difference being far better in the long run for Apple than having to settle with Samsung in South Korea with it's more progressive workers rights and safety legislation (=greater costs). The issue for HTC however is that it will be seen as sleeping with the enemy. If Apple can force them to self alienate themselves then that serves them well even if HTC are off the hook for 10 years.
Well if my house was full of gold bars then maybe I should fit Fort Knox style locks, however from what i gather these systems were effectively locked doors with the key left in the lock, by your reasoned logic the information on the NASA and Military systems wasn't worth securing properly until after someone tried to nick it... real smart
But props to you for calling me a cretin, I am suitably chastised
..that it was McKinnon poking around on the their "secure" systems looking for a UFO cover-up rather than a foreign power looking to steal secrets and subvert systems.
I'd say the following security review probably served them well in the long run. He should be getting paid for his exposure of the sloppy security they had in place prior to being caught, not banged up.
Surely this is the correct modus operandi for the reality distortion field?
"It just works"
A chat with the developers
Q: Okay, so these users of the browser extension don't want to hear political messages, policy, idea's and what not?
Q: And are these people still likely to vote?
A: Some of them yes definitely
Q: Do you think a democracy works best when the people that vote are informed as to what they are voting for?
A: No comment
Hiding elements of a phone when not in use you say? My phone can do this already, it called a pocket...
Mines the one with the iPhone in the pocket....
Deputy PM: Nick Clegg has made a pledge it will*... so be off you doubters
* may not have actually happened
Can I be in the control group with just the good stuff, energy drinks taste rank...
One Martian turns to the camera and says "I, for one, welcome our six wheeled robotic laser wielding overlords"
I knew Balmer had a tendancy to throw chairs - I didn't, however, know that he was 'though' about it - did he throw ALL the chairs?
This is all well and good, but when can I get my mitts on one of these in Kerbal Space Program?
"Facebook has been the first internet company to baldly state the risks it faces from hacking and spam to the markets since the SEC issued guidance on the issue."
They haven't hired Steve Balmer to make their announcements have they?