Re: I think the article might be a little confused...
Cardiovascular events are a bad thing, I'm told.
121 posts • joined 1 Jul 2011
Cardiovascular events are a bad thing, I'm told.
Hi Adele! Nice to meet you too. You're one of the lucky ones, Adele! The moderatrix is watching you!
Misplaced machismo using badly misunderstood Darwin to back himself up. The logic is bad; the commenter is sad; Trev - don't let him make you mad.... I challenge Mr Bombastic to read On the Origin of Species. I can say with certainty that it does not mean what he thinks it means.
Yep, it's a jokey headline on a story about storage for drones. We should have written a seven-decker containing an intricate explanation of NVMe. That's us told.
Everyone has a blind spot, Roy.
Happy thanksgiving, Anonymous.
Aw shucks, whimsical, we're blushing! We are totally down on Facebook, aren't we? http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/11/18/fake_news_facebook_moral_panic_overblown/
And by pull the plug, you mean...
Hi cford. We ran the announcement on September 21, here - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/21/programming_competition_roundup/
:'( Sniff :'( :'( :'(
We'll never forget PARIS! Heresy
Speak up, you lot. Normally when we get an email with "discreet" in the subject line, it's somebody misspelling discrete and it's about disk drives.
Thanks for letting us know – our tech team is currently addressing the problem.
One day we'll grow up and be the kind of journalissss ... zzzzz I'm sorry, I fell asleep there for a moment.
Pleased to have gotten a rise out of you, Version 1.0.
Do you mind letting us know the make/model and mobile OS running on your phone? Here's a direct link to the podcast, though you should be able to click on it in the story. http://hwcdn.libsyn.com/p/3/2/f/32fdf2db1e219a9b/SiT223.mp3?c_id=12432262
I see what you did there
Awww, shucks, Anonymous. We're blushing. Don't worry, we won't tell your friends how much you luuuurve us.
Wot us, structured data? Begone, robot overlord.
Our use of MLF predates the newer, stupider acronym. But we take your point.
Only if you're a buffalo, sir
Good to see the debate on Brexit is once again bringing out the best in everyone. Tone it down, people.
Hi Larry. Jude here from The Register. The usual procedure is that your public posts will appear under the anonymous icon and username after you leave us. If you're sure you wish to delete your posts, you can delete them yourself, but you'll have to do this prior to deleting your account. There is nowhere like Reg forums though, Larry. Think about that.
A bot says what?
They've even broken it down to the minutes-and-seconds where the topic begins. Are you sure you can't give it a listen?
We're sorry you had to wait.
Dear Mr Shilko,
I forwarded your comment to the author in case he wishes to amend the article. Please send corrections to email@example.com.
Apologies - moderation is not as speedy on the weekends.
We know that there are people posting anonymously here who only post on stories about a specific vendor, and only post on them to trash the competitor. Bad form.
Declare yourselves, please.
Cheerio, et cetera. And behave,
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You should be able to view now, but which browser/OS were you using when you got the #2035, OzBob?
Cash 'n' Carrion is no more, I'm afraid. This means that if you've bought anything from C 'n' C, it's basically a collectors' item. Hang onto your hats – you never know.
Hah! Turning the relativity equation around at this time in the morning?! There's a old USENET physics FAQ which might help here: http://www.desy.de/user/projects/Physics/Relativity/SR/light_mass.html
Trustworthy Computing. See Bill Gates' memo of 2002: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2002/01/17/ms_highest_priority_must/
Can confirm: The Register is not on Apple's Christmas list
Don't know what to say, Snivelling.... We're in a subjunctive mood.
If any of you see this sort of thing in the wild - PLEASE take a snapshot and send it to email@example.com I'm suddenly hungry for a beige chocolate milkshake...
Dabbsy's on his holidays. You can set up an alert for any article with his byline here: https://account.theregister.co.uk/edit/alert, though I expect we'll run a SFTW this weekend.
Are you talking about m.theregister, or our app?
DropBear, please be assured we'll be "Biting The Hand That Feeds IT" as ever. And while the former London Homoeopathic Hospital is but a 10-minute trot away from our London offices, our Laystall St team won't be looking to diluted flower essences to mend our ills... though of course we'll be happy to refer the BOFH's victims there.
Oh no we didn't. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/11/23/intel_hires_qualcomms_compute_leader_to_lead_new_mobile_push/
Horse puckey, anonymous. But I'll look into the headstone thing...
I second that emotion; don't be creepy, people. The moderatrix and moderators are watching you..
Fair point. We've edited the text to reflect this. Thanks
A "fiscal" year does not necessarily correspond with the calendar year. It is just an accounting period. Overland's financial year runs from July 1 to June 30. Its fiscal 2014 ended on June 30, 2014... Its Q1 2015, then, was over before actual "calendar 2015" even began.
If you honestly believe that reporting an outage constitutes a "bias", then you probably should get all your *cough* news *cough* from a fan site. Wow.
Happy new year, dear reader. The thing I like most about this kind wish is that it was posted anonymously, as if you were ashamed to be caught out being earnest and sincere. Long live our snarky commentards and I raise my coffee mug to you in particular, anonymous. May no one's keyboards be safe in 2015.