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157 posts • joined 22 Dec 2011
Back to Reality remains my favourite Timothy Spall performance.
Re: Event capacity?
"Les Foo Foo's 'Death of a lettuce leaf'" is the name of my next band.
Re: These wacky German submariners
The Madonna with the big boobies, natch.
Re: Welcome to the land of the free!
2 out of 3 as in 2/3rds / 66% of the total... there were a lot more than 3 founding fathers.
Had that exact same problem last week, when coming into the office for a software release. At 3am. Urgh.
Re: Burglar Alarm Fix
Yes, with a similar problem, didn't want to use different alarm code. Would have needed to change bank pin too.
It's a right pain when you have to change your birthday too.
Re: Nice click bait headline
For full clickbait effect it should be:
Just How Close Are Obama And Google? You Won’t Believe The Answer!!
Re: Or join the 21st century.....
If you spent 10 years as a DBA, you really should have learnt that it's not the backups that are important, it's the restores.
"then you need to license EVERY CPU controlled from the same VCenter"
I don't think that's too different to how you have to license SQL on VMWare/other virtualisation platforms.Gets a bit fuzzier with SA though.
Although I'm no licensing expert.
Re: Would it class as an 'action' movie?
Re: there's wind on the moon ?
That's no moon.
Re: Lots of holes in his argument
You could say his case doesn't hold water.
London - in rush hour
So you were stationary?
Re: Not my area but....
See also: Viagra
Re: Only on El Reg...
Or why anybody'd be bothered by such a small, insignificant unit of data as a Megabyte ;)
Tobasco sauce too.
Re: your photo
Nah, his parting's on the other side.
Techr (TM) - find hot sysadmins in your area!
Re: hard drives?
Don't think the drives need cooling particularly. Or at least, not to the level that would require liquid cooling.
I believe so. Ultron had identical mannerisms to Red. Amusingly, to reflect the height of the character he had to act with snail-like eyes on stalks on his head. Imagine that if you will.
I don't see any spoilers there. Personally I'd rate it as enjoyable but worse than the first Avengers film.
Main problem for me was trying to fit too much content into a 140 minute film. Not least due to the sheer number of characters. Make it 3 hours and I bet it'd be great.
"An inspirational kitten poster"
Re: This is why extra TLDs were stupid
apple.newyork or apple.ny could be an interesting case!
McDonalds now serves lava? Probably not in polystyrene cups.
Nope, it's in the Apple Pies.
Re: 100 petabytes of additional storage
It's the 40m datapoints/sec that's boggling my mind :)
If a big bang is re-created, the universe will immediately disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.
This may have already happened.
Re: So pray tell,
"Reporting on technology will make anyone a bit grizzled and cynical over time, but occasionally something comes along that just blows you away. HoloLens is the fourth such creation to make this hack say "Holy f**k!" (in a good way) in the last two decades."
So 3 other tech creations over 2 decades, rather than 3 other facets of the HoloLens themselves.
(Which reading about has elicited as response of "Holy f**k!" (in a good way) from me :))
So pray tell,
what were the other 3 creations that elicited such a response?
For your consideration
Scary Movie 3+. 5 was actually so bad it went back in time and made Airplane! less enjoyable.
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Re: The Crow.
Re: Swordfish - The real reason ...
Swordfish also had an excellent demonstration of the Ballmer Peak (OXR: http://xkcd.com/323/)
Hackers is still one of my favourite films; has a great sense of humour & a cracking soundtrack!
but there are some of them are ethanol
Sounds like the author has been partaking...
Re: One way?
Ha, I studied so hard at Biochem that I now work in IT :)
Cowley wasn't that bad!
I can understand people wanting to flee Cambridge for Oxford, but why on earth would you want to go the other way?
I was looking into doing this (already have 2xPlay3), but total cost is £2000 and it doesn't do DTS!
Re: So ...
You may have heard, she's recently ditched the jeans.
Leibniz may disagree.
Re: The bible is a book ?
The Bible's an usual series, in that it started dark and edgy, then got rebooted to light and fluffy.
"pre-alpha buzzbuild" - genius!
Re: I watched too much "Fringe"
Me too, but have you seen some of their other kit? Much creepier than most of what MD did.
The Millennium Bridge had a whopper of a bug.
"There are essentially no engineering problems in any other discipline that approach the complexity of software engineering problems."
Re: They added a user account.
Little Bobby Tables has grown up & opened his first bank account!
"It's like college students and pizza. If you see pizza in a room, and there's also college students in the room, chances are the pizza was freshly delivered, because students will eat the pizza quickly."
Well, apart from the half they keep for breakfast.
Re: No, not quite
I was going to say this too, although the article does go on to say the Bridge is still needed if you're going for the 5.1 setup.
I might be able to free up a plug & ethernet socket now!
Re: Processors and HDMI
They do, but only for certain models.
Re: accidents waiting to happen
Yep, it's not easy to see in the pic but there's a button on the front that you need to hold down before pressing the top for hot water. Don't remember the metal ever getting hot enough to hurt/scald either.
Re: Rampant Imaginings
No, he's Bruce Wayne.
Think we need a wildcard-type
a la Ellen Ripley or Kyle Reese
I'm off to buy a butterfly net