Re: "Almost as overhyped as Gartner"
Outstanding post Sir
505 posts • joined 21 Mar 2012
Outstanding post Sir
Almost as overhyped as Gartner
How many buses is a 35m wingspan
Am I on the wrong website again?
It is the twin of the Psion S5. So nothing <extent> quite like the Gemini
Or some other cliche, you improve with age Andrew.
So sad but so true. I feel a breakaway online republic coming on, one that rejects this idiocracy based version of society
You seem to know a cheap dental hygenist
How would you tell?
"money is pouring away" nice festive imagery and I'm pleased it isn't just me with that issue
Can we send him to North Korea after this?
And leave him there?
Your 12 Days of Regmas cheered up this old scrooge and summed things up nicely too. Well done.
(but you forgot IoT)
Only Climate Change and Stephen Fry.
No one was ever going to come out of this smelling of roses, but whatever Mr.Greens failures were, it does not give policemen or former policemen the right to breach confidentiality.
I'm almost always on the side of the fuzz but only when they play with a straight bat.
@down-voters - remember this moment when they breach your confidentiality.
IIRC it was India and their portfolio of patents that kept the wolves from the door. I have a severe mince pie & port deficiency to address, so I may be remembering that wrongly.
£33M saving over 5 years, so £6.6M/year divide that by TfL's Annual passenger journey figure allegedly 1.37B
So we get 1/2p discount per journey. No that's not right, is it?
Nevermind, the world has obviously gone completely mad.
Pass the mince pies.
Yea probably only Crapita and Magic Leap are on the approved vendor list.
One does everything badly, the other does nothing, but very well.
People ....want to get news...... from Facebook?
I'd ask a Russian which is better.
On the upside, anyone believing Experian data will think that I’m a modern Robin f’ing Hood
You’re right. It’s not many doubledecker buses worth
Exactly. "Nobody got high in Olching."
Only the weed got wasted that day.
Apple - ‘All your core are belong to us’
And so it is written...The sky turns to blood, the seas boil away, el reg builds a relationship with Apple, the rivers run dry, someone says something significant on Twatter or Facepalm, the beast with two backs is on the telly, shortly after low did the mighty FSM End this race of humanity
Or something like that
PS- Andrew O please explain to your colleague that it is not possible to use the word Apple and the word transparency in the same sentence
Rebecca making a clever point about typos (I hope)
We knew that. Didn't we?
"People have been arrested for crimes relating to child sexual exploitation. Their children have been taken into care, and they have had to tell their employers."
This simply cannot go on.
If Interstellar particles alter Earth's climate, by extension so must our planets magnetic field, as it variably influences said particles reaching our atmosphere. As my compatriot Wolfetone points this out as miniscule 'Corolla Data', it presumably may, at some point be useful in modifying/improving climate models affecting distant points in time. But I even bore myself.
The problem is always 'People unfortunately (insert failing)' and so long as this is the case we can only hope to educate these People both not to trust, and not to upload crap.
Good luck to anyone attempting to hold back that internet tide of human excrement.
Icon: A toast to Terry Pratchett
The gullible will believe what they are told without question, just as they have since the dawn of time.
This issue is not new, formerly if it was printed in black and white it was fact, when it wasn't always and still isn't. The 'fact' that the information contained in the internet is less reliable, even than the printed word, ought to be abundantly obvious to everyone using it.
Of course everyone should act like a typical El Reg reader and trust nothing, ever. (citation needed)
"National Cyber Security Centre assesses it is highly likely that North Korean actors...."
Perhaps they would have inspired more confidence by saying "very highly likely" or "quite probably"?
IIRC Mr. Bransons face was modelled on the Star Wars character Salacious Crumb, a Kowakian monkey-lizard that used to hang around with Jabba the Hutt.
Well it may have been the other way around.
Exactly they established that just 0.1 per cent of the UK is designated "continuous urban fabric" and that 0.2% is airports, and there's nothing artificial about those surfaces, or sport and leisure facilities 1.15%? Hummmm.
Pnar phar, flibble.
The FSM agrees with the Pope on this (it told me so)
I'd be digging holes and lying in wait, so I could harvest the repairbots for spares to use in my housekeepingbot.
A-Ha. This can be monetised. Car A and Car B are each approaching adjacent potholes at the same speed. "To increase your priority ($50) please tap here"
When I were a lad we had to bring in a lump a' coal.
The rats here work a lot harder than the humans, and have a better standard of personal hygiene.
While we are an equal opportunity employer, I'm sorry I will be interviewing more rats and fewer humans.
Agreed the article should be a Bootnote.
Going to use this as a sick note. Cough.
Why is the article tagline 'Find shows people still suck at passwords and not 'OMG change your passwords!!!'?.
Is the author not disturbed that there's an archive of 1.4B passwords both simple and complex?
It's not the first time I've seen architects to do unsporting things with golf balls.
It's true, my clothes died years ago but I'm still wearing them.
to die for?
Quite right 74%. I don't know my bum from my elbow
Well I must be holding it wrong.
The phone, not my bum.
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