The worst thing is when people wave their phones about with the flash on, instead of lighters. It's just not right.
605 posts • joined 24 Jan 2012
What was wrong with m68k anyway?
Far nicer architecture than Intel. 32-bit registers from the start and no weird segmentation.
Re: Its getting sad now
Will it run RISC OS?
So how do the rest of us get our money back? Drown them in over 9000 individual court cases?
Re: As it should be
You might say, it's a Quantum Leap in the retrocomputing market
"What is to stop someone from switching on a high power jammer in central London and taking out the financial services sector?"
Yeah, what exactly? Please?
Horrendous fumes from pencil lead? Wouldn't that just be CO2?
Re: And the idiot award goes to...
If it was set to amps, it would already blow up when you measure one side of the transformer.
Are they full of eels?
I once read that the image of flying reindeer came from Sami tribes high on shrooms.
If I have porn on my work computer, it's not a police matter. But I could still get fired for it.
A 2 GHz 6502?
I can play Repton on really high detail now!
Unlike necrophilia, it would seem.
Is the satnav
still going to send it into a river?
A hole in MongoDB was exposed to the public Internet?
Admins, y u no use iptables?
Having just read the article about SSL-stripping proxy boxes
This is very interesting.
I'm not asking them to make me a burrito
That is all.
Re: One such trip involved “four of us sitting around a cage full of monkeys, feeding them fruit”
I'd have gone and got rat arsed, personally.
Poire? Yep, I've had that on a few skiing trips. It's lethal.
I'd consider an electronic lock
But only if I built and coded it myself.
Re: Mini - not really
In Durham legend has it that some engineers once suspended the VC's car from Kingsgate bridge.
Re: One deterrent ...
From a different supplier. Because otherwise the emperor is just generously donating me his non-existent clothes.
Re: Patch checking - initial basic scheme
It also assumes you have an up-to-date inventory.
Re: I call bullshit...
And do you think the likes of Ryanair would continue to do so if regulators didn't insist on it?
Re: was that a dare?
The mountain of dribble out of the noses of the "creatives" after another mountain of Bolivian marching powder?
It's full of them.
The patron saint of hopeless cases?
Re: My current favourite EU madness..
> you're not going to be gouged.
Unless you go to an "unusual" country. £1/MB anyone?
Re: close only counts with hand grenades and thermonuclear devices
Our chief weapon is surprise.
Google diversity memo: Web giant repudiates staffer's screed for 'incorrect assumptions about gender'
Re: The token conservative spoke out!
> identify as an eskimo
Inuit! (Eskimo is un-PC in Greenland and Canada, but more accepted in Alaska.)
Re: Unnecessary extra scans?
And UTF-8 smart quotes.
And even the small organisation I work for
is now doing disk encryption and 2FA. Although I'm sure I mentioned it three years ago.
Re: America... no, the world, stranger than fiction!
> Love Canal
There's definitely a dirty joke in there.
> e-mailed the entire database
If am attachment that size doesn't crash your mail client, it ought to get blocked by both outbound and inbound SMTP servers on the way.
Henry VIII powers
I prefer to compare it to the Enabling Act of 1933.
Portobello or Shitake on the other hand...
I've seen enough hentai
to know where this is going.
For great justice.
Re: If it's too hard, why bother?
A common offence in our codebase is single CRUD calls inside loops. Hit it with enough linked records and we get locking errors. Which are then not always handled gracefully.
Re: Fast Startup, corrupt NTFS.
Why would you use hybrid any more, even on a Mac? Both OSes natively support GPT. Boot Camp on the latest Mac OS doesn't go lower than Windows 10.
Re: new fangled Windows Subsystem for Linux
Is there an actual Linux kernel running? If so it would be more like coLinux or UML than Wine.
Re: Do you remember ....
If that happened, there wouldn't be an urgent need for legislation, there would be an urgent need for taking less hallucinogens.
Re: Secure Chats
Drop your panties, Sir William, I cannot wait till lunchtime.
...spot the non distorting counterfeits
In which case, you buy filament with the distorting chemical, or process your own from pellets.
I bought a Mac...
(Not at PC World, I might add.)
And the DUP hate being regressive, of course.
Yeah, but not a gigantic bell-end.
Best applied to the wrist with a razor blade while listening to MCR?