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Re: @Sub-vulture re. "Breakout"
I wasn't taking issue with the capitalisation - that just makes it a proper noun rather than a common noun: ie, it remains very much *not* a verb/verbal phrase.
Re: Easy Beat Gold Eggs
Beats us as well
Thanks for all the good journalism tips, Mediabeing. This is great stuff, keep it coming....
Re: Recent posting of "About ElReg" and the T&C.
Good morning Jake. We updated our Ts&Cs - and we created a new article because the old one was not in the requisite format. Sorry it's not a particularly interesting one this time.
Re: Pretty cool
This isn't fake news, buddy. These are court documents.
Court documents. That's what real journalists do. Look at real facts like things that have actually happened and then report on them.
Re: Why even link to a paywall article?
It's a hat-tip to a journalist who breaks a story/has uncovered a point of fact you've mentioned in your story. Sometimes that story is behind a paywall.
Re: Nimble are only imitating what Zadara Storage has delivered for the last 6 years
Hands up ... who DOESN'T work for a storage vendor?
Re: I think the article might be a little confused...
Cardiovascular events are a bad thing, I'm told.
Re: Re: "Drones" ... "footage of you in the shower"
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.
Re: Spelling Correction
Everyone has a blind spot, Roy.
Re: A little alarmist
Happy thanksgiving, Anonymous.
Re: Re: Welcome to Post Truth journalism.
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...
Re: ...and the winner is?
Hi cford. We ran the announcement on September 21, here - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/09/21/programming_competition_roundup/
We'll never forget PARIS! Heresy
OK, who signed the Reg up to live sex cam spam?
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.
Re: Whitepaper downloads broken on mobile
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.
Re: where's the article?
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
Re: Secure Architectures. Microsoft options and alternatives.
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.
Re: MLF -- really, Register?
Our use of MLF predates the newer, stupider acronym. But we take your point.
Only if you're a buffalo, sir
Re: Re: We all know what happened
Good to see the debate on Brexit is once again bringing out the best in everyone. Tone it down, people.
Re: Will "delete account" delete all my posts?
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.
Re: No, I am NOT a bot.
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?
Re: 3rd time no comments posted over the weekend... WTF Reg Team..???
We're sorry you had to wait.
Re: Re: Marvellous advice
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.
Re: Dear moderator
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,
Re: Re: What do I think?
Update: Our tech team has fixed the problem. Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you experience any more issues.
Re: What do I think?
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
Re: “Trustworthy Computing”...or... Trusted Computing.....???
Trustworthy Computing. See Bill Gates' memo of 2002: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2002/01/17/ms_highest_priority_must/