Re: Having it for 24 hours doesn't leave much training time
Popularity doesn't equate to quality; just look at the Top 10 singles chart.
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Popularity doesn't equate to quality; just look at the Top 10 singles chart.
and a whopping $361bn dive on full year sales.
Really? Seems a tad over inflated.
If I could just brush aside your straw man for a moment, the strike was voted for two reason. Firstly that London Underground were using dated breatherlyser equipment that had been shown to throw up false positives on individuals with diabetes, which the driver at the centre of the strike suffered with. Secondly LU refused to follow their own procedure and perform a secondary analysis that was part of their own policy. The RMT can be over militant at the best of times, but in this instance they were completely in the right.
Your i10 has a 3 litre engine? Is there room for any seats?
...of meditating gurus these days.
On the N64, a few games only allowed access full features if you had the RAM expansion pack (Perfect Dark being one of the most notable examples).
And I claim my five pounds.
David Tennant. All he did was shout "I am the Doctor!" and wave his screwdriver about.
And I thought Microsoft's Blue&Me system that's in my Alfa was bad. It might not understand a word of English or manage a stable connection over anything except an aux cable but at least I'm the one driving (badly).
They don't mention a single device by name, so it's unclear whether they included the Band, Apple Watch, Motorola 360 etc etc.
However I have found that ten of the leading microwaves are little more than a twirly wheel and a bag of glowworms. FACT.
A quick play with the Preview version of WP10 was what finally pushed me through the door with the green robot on it. Despite a deficit of apps WP8.1 is the most logical and user friendly mobile operating system I've used. Coupled with some great handsets from the now decimated Nokia (I've kept my 1020 for the incredible camera) and Microsoft looked as if they were onto a winner.
But as is they're way: if it ain't broke, repeatedly punch it until it's utterly FUBAR.
The snippet of music from On Her Majesty's Secret Service was rather wonderful but makes me wistful for John Barry and David Arnold's scores. Thomas Newman's score for Skyfall was as dull and generic as Adele's dreary theme song.
You have my condolences.
Here's my thrupenny's worth:
â¢ Get rid of BBC Three and Four and bundle everything that doesn't involve drunk teenagers / newly weds onto One and Two.
â¢ Exorcise any "me too" show (The Voice the worst offender)
â¢ Leave Radio alone, although perhaps limit Radio 1 to just one pop/rock festival per year, rather than one per month as they seem to do at present
â¢ More Jonathan Strange, Wolf Hall, Peaky Blinders, The Fall type drama; ditch Holby
â¢ Reconsider why it's necessary for the political reporters to stand outside Dave's house at ten o'clock at night when they could be in a warm studio a mere fifteen minute trot away
Finally keep the licence fee. I've lived in countries where commercial television was the only option and it wasn't a pleasant experience.
I moved from a Lumia 930 to an LG G4 purely because the latter has Knights of the Old Republic and an iPlayer app that allows downloads. Even after nearly five years it's still the app gap that's crippling Windows Phone, such is a shame as for me it's the most logical and well thought out of all the mobile OSs.
Yikes. No leather would be one step closer to the world in Rob Grant's "Incompetence", whereby everyone wears espadrilles made of old carrots and courgettes.
...Health, Apple Watch, Notes, Passbook, and - most egregious of all - Stocks. Interestingly the folder into which I unceremoniously lob all these unwanted apps actually named itself "Apple Crap". Probably.
Oh goody. Yet another app to sit alongside Stocks, Health, Watch, Newsstand, Passbook, iBooks et al that I will neither use nor be able to uninstall from the meagre storage that Apple think is necessary (I've got 16gb on my work 5S; I pity the 5C users).
God bless you Tim! God bless you Johnny! God bless you Dead Steve Jobs! Good bless you everyone!
Aside from the overwhelming biliousness that the Fry "interview" invokes, I was left with a sense of disappointment that it wasn't published in the National Treasure's ™ usual Kleenex of choice, the Grauniad. Whilst the Telegraph's commentards include the occasional Apple zealot they are a pale imitation of those that exist under the CiF line.
I think you'll find that 7.45am is the time when most folks abandon Radio 4.
So you can snap two apps together, either 50/50 or ⅔/⅓? Truly magical/revolutionary.
"Beware the Scunthorpe Problem in such scenarios, though."
Is that why the village of Cuntbubble doesn't appear on either Google or Apple maps?
"Apple do have a 2010 patent on a laser-powered display"
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue have had a laser display screen since the 1970s so I look forward to Samantha going down hard on Cook et al if they release that.
The Solitaire collection is also available on Windows 8, as is Minesweeper. Just saying.
Timmy doesn't give a tuppeny for your iPod, he's all about timepieces and waste-paper baskets nowadays.
"No table is worth this price"
Depends on how many you can sit round it.
We've got a Roku 2. It has the natty headphone jack in the remote, but doesn't sport the extra buttons that this model does. It outputs at 1080p and navigation is swift, but its older hardware internals mean it doesn't support the new version of Netflix which for me is a good thing as being recommended Cabin In The Woods because my toddler watched Bambi on the iPad is a little annoying (Bambi is far more hardcore, natch).
The little box only cost me £40 from Amazon which is more than a Now TV box (but doesn't lock out Netflix) and much cheaper than both Apple's and Amazon's offerings.
Watched it Thursday with a big grin upon my face throughout its two hour running time. The action was predictably kinetic and ludicrous (milking mammas, the blind guy thrashing out riffs on his conflagrating guitar), but I was pleasantly surprised how beautiful it was. And not just because of the wives. I also found myself actually caring about the protagonists, especially the ones Max et al meet in the third act.
Film of the year for me.
If only Wayne Kerr and Mike Hunt (UKIP's losing candidates for Wombwell and Braintree respectively) would have won...
It's all a nonsense really, as we all know Grant Shapps would have topped the last had he not had to vote for four different versions of himself. Furthermore, once Chuka Umunna's office get wind of it they'll start upvoting him. He's the British Barak Obama' y'know.
I had a 1.6 diesel Mondeo (previous model) as a lease car a couple of years ago whilst I waited for my company one to arrive and it managed an mpg in the mid 60s without any particular effort on my behalf. Aside from the snug sense of self satisfaction and the ability to sneak up on other road users I really cannot see the benefits of a hybrid over an oil burner (aside from a few less CO2s and NOXs emitted, natch).
The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world it was all Nick Clegg's fault.
Oh my. Diane Abbot will be very concerned about how this affects the people of Haaahhkney.
You're not exactly comparing like for like. A better comparison would be Android with Windows Phone 7 which Microsoft abandoned 3 and a bit years after its launch.
The reluctance of the Microsoft humanoids to discuss the innards at this point is hardly surprising in alpha kit, as there will be negotiations going on with whomever provides the chips n bits.
My main worry is that I recall watching a documentary about a spaceship whose crew all went a bit mad thanks to a game played on similar headsets (can't remember the name but the captain was a Frenchman with a Yorkshire accent).
There's a cream for that.
Unfinished software in not-fully-functioning shocker. Film at eleven.
Back in the day that they used the Metro moniker, the odd Windows Phone app was far better than its ios and Android cousins (ebay, Natwest, Right Move spring to mind) thanks to the lack of the dreaded burger menus. In their wisdom, MS decided this differing design language (however superior for the most part) was what was stalling the worldwide domination of WP so have largely abandoned it. Shame really.
The Eurofighter shouldn't fly but does thanks to computrickery so it's not outside the realm of possibility. The B-Wing would be the real challenge.
It's probably due to Spartan also meaning a bit basic (from a design perspective, natch). I can't disagree with the punchability of Belfiore's head-ball, though.
That Swiss watch design has very rounded corners.
The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), operator of the Stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear energy complex.
As stricken appears to be a proper noun, does that mean that's its official moniker now?
I'm a big fan of HERE maps, largely for the offline capability and it's excellent(compared to other free ones at least) navigation. Microsoft seem the most likely buyer but as there hasn't been a leak from their colander like press office this seems unlikely. Maybe Apple then? The fruity maps are much improved from the laughable state they were in at launch, but they still get a bit disorientated at an alarming rate.
Microsucks!! That is bloody genius. You sir have the wit of Wilde (the Kids in America one that is, natch).
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