Someone should invent glasses that become opaque when there's any danger in the immediate area
431 posts • joined 21 Mar 2012
Is this the FBI getting "payback"?
You should work where I work
Re: The unfortunate thing about this
Colourful. Passionate. Accurate.
Or just buy more and park them so as to cover the dead zones.
Off to work in sales
I too will venture back to a cinema to watch this Villeneuve sequel.
The original film, I believe, is a miracle. But a miracle that even Scott would admit he unsympathetically watched built, and was unhappy with. Unhappy, not because it was artistically imperfect but because he thought that every aspect of it was flawed, right down to the novel, screenplay and in fact the entire sci-fi genre. I've watched about 30 hours of early interviews with him on Alien and Bladerunner and he (once) despised having to work on Sci-fi, thinking himself above "all that rubbish". I'm petty, and still hold that against him.
Which catches us Vulcans out routinely btw, there is nothing logical about it.
So if I register Mike.com can I have Nike done for cybersquatting?
I obviously can't think of anything funny to say coz its been a long week so I'm off t'pub
Re: Sounds about right
They're already at my work, the folk that make all humans want to kill themselves to escape.
Every other person.
Alright Dabsy I'll bite
About your entry for the 2000AD script-writing competition, could we have that serialised in these hollowed pages please?
I do mean hollowed.
OK this annoys me
The Dutch, they come from Holland, but they live in The Netherlands and speak Dutch - NOOO
They are from Nederland and they speak Nederlandse. FIN
Look I can't see *Boatload* listed on the El Reg or SI Unit tables.
Could someone help or put me out to pasture (rivet gun)?
Vespa- It means wasp, it doesn’t mean moped.
Thanks for that article I learned something
Re: Small steps...
Just don't let Samsung batteries near this.
I can't for the life of me think of a single thing Ballmer got right.
Which personally I think is a great shame. Back then I wanted a cheap windows tablet, never came.
...said that the executives had "no knowledge that an intrusion had occurred at the time they sold their shares" That's alright then.
Re: Judging from the steam...
Tea held by a Non IP infringing 101 Dalmatians reference, biting satire on Frau Merkel with the EU28 spotty dogs?
Re: You didn't miss it
Why didn't I think of that, we should research and write the story ourselves. Genius.
That new-fangled Googlything of yours is.. is..amazeballs, I have discovered.
Re: Judging from the steam...
Could someone dream up some ropey reasons how that pic is at all relevant to the article?
I missed the link to the Study. If its UK 1.8% what was the highest?
My brain doesn't do well without the benefit of some context.
Good thing everyones accustomed to being a Beta tester these days.
...or is it?
I'm not sure that photo is the one I would go with.
Re: How exactly will this work?
Re: To be fair...
I thought we weren't supposed to talk about them.
Apple told El Reg. Yes, really.
See? All it took was a begrudgingly nice article from Andrew O about the iPhone 8.
I hope Apple didn’t just forget El Reg is on the blacklist again coz I know he’s probably still in the shower crying.
Seems to be more complicated than that. See above link and comments.
Re: Good analysis here
Have an upvote for the link and a down vote for your handle which I think is in poor taste.
Will TfL instead allow Black Cabs to compete in a free market? Nope
Until then Black Cabs are for rich people.
Is it the Phantom Raspberry blower of old London Town?
Sounds like a job for your Special Projects Bureau
Their worth is the cheapest part
Could someone please call an ambulance for Andrew?
I don't think he's feeling at all well
I fear it may never be discovered.
I'll second that.
Yea lets make phones from Lego.
Lego phones would be sexy.
"This isn't a surprising development" No quite.
Just how long has the IoT security flare been lit for now?
Who cares its pub time.
On the Surface that might be a good idea
Re: Bunch of management-speak garbage.
Except guess which story is top of the list of "The Week's top Headlines" mailout? Yes this one.
You did after all make my point for me.
Yea ok whatevs. So guess which story is top of the list of "The Week's top Headlines" mailout? Yes this one.
I'm old enough to remember a time when El Reg wasn't trying to be the Daily Mail of IT news pages. When it didn't treat the readership as cash cows
Sub heading should read
HMRC want a pizza the action
Re: Meeting rooms
While not software security you ought to mention Amazons odd suggestions hiccup:
Re: In a general observation...
Your name con tra dicts you
Re: The only one I didn't get...
Oh "hide" I thought you said "ride"
Upvote for "chrunch/mush/goosh combination"
Its about time for a bacon sarnie article El Reg - it must be days since the last one.
Re: Bah, Humbug
Irrespective of your experiences, you Sir are an Ass.
This is a charity event to raise money for folk that are in genuine need of help, it is not intended to be some sort of "homelessness experience"
Posting this as Anonymous Coward is at least appropriate because you have perfectly defined your nature as an individual.
Shame on you and your up voters
Re: Works fine here
Its win win for El Reg, poke fun at Apple and simultaneously incense the readership with half truths & distortions.
It works. It's an excellent business model,remember their symbol is the Vulture.
Re: 'You should ask on a Mint forum'
Yes the Mint with the ssecurity hole
ESET just report it, they can't police it.
Its kinda the point, the police police it and who's watching the Watchmen?