god help them when little bobby drop tables turns up.
572 posts • joined 27 Oct 2014
no need to test anything, matching on name alone was bound to fail. absolute muppetry.
Re: User story
so not a solution really.
in other words, the internet is broken.
Re: 50MB over what time ?
virgin ecml's wifi sign on page used to have tiny map and speedo display, lner may have carried this over?
have to say she doesn't have a very good record identifying people. and it's not so much the "lots of arrests" we need to worry about, but the random shootings by anonymous and unaccountable cops.
this is about flogging people's health records. targeted adverts for quack cancer doctors? fantastic revenue stream right there, especially if you ration nhs treatment.
istr a Charlotte Hogg leaving the bank of England under a cloud? nice to see she's managed to get another gig if so.
identity cards? go and get fucked.
I see they've got the traditional pension deficit, presumably loads of goodwill on the balance sheet as well.
my fingerprint lock is invincible to people with no fingers. ask me how.
Re: Tesco Does Not Know More About Me
sainsburys will inform the DWP you've been doing your shopping and you'll be sanctioned.
don't get ill, don't get old.
Re: Oh yes...
only the finest popcorn being processed here kind sir.
this is what happens when you let managers run things.
Re: Lock ‘em up
the cops certainly should be.
looks like my next phone will be an apple one.
Re: I love the smell of Austerity in the morning.
nothing magical about 100% debt to gdp:
Re: Simple solution
there we were, neandering in our valley and then some sapient homos turned up. ruined our whole day I can tell you.
Re: Aerospace Valley
could an arduous and protracted business if it's a genetic complaint...
Re: Aerospace Valley
yes but higher taxes, big government and those other reasons that lord lawson and mr taxpayers alliance live in la belle France.
just love the bit about pensions! the trustees have been well amd truly rolled.
Re: Password Managers?
secure yes: useable, not so much.
sounds like they've constructed an oracle?
as a matter of interest, are they bouncing your cheques? will they let you withdraw cash from a branch? I understand this may not be your usual MO, but I'm wondering how deep the rot is?
we're looking at creeping privatisation of the payments system, something that's starting to bother the Swedes. a cashless society as presently conceived hands over control to a few sociopathic institutions, who will go on to screw the country mercilessly, either by malice or incompetence.
Re: Paper tape anyone?
veering off the topic of Jupiter's moons, Beethoven wrote some pieces for the musical clock. now available as a midi file!
Re: The problem probably wasn't the software...
kermit! there's a program I'd forgotten all about.
Re: Job Security
lending 125% of inflated valuations? not failing at all...
branches. cheques. cash.
use them or lose them.
email: just say no.
the home office are lying.
it's fraud by misrepresentation you dolts, get it right.
Re: I apologize for being ignorant in this...
which law says this?
eh? the land registry is open, ownership of properties is public knowledge?
Re: Oh Good Grief
downvote for the something to hide gibe: the fact that your current stance is acceptable to TPTB doesn't give immunity for all time.
however, have to agree with some of it, I see no reason to trust CAs and given that you eventually get to naughty.com I can't see how you can hide that fact other than by using tor.
I think a look at the threat model would give some clarity.
Re: Still at it
your triumphalism is unwarranted. but nice try.
I see a bright future for "ancillary services".
mug punter: this is a subject access request tell me everything
ca: why, we have nothing on you mr punter, hth hand
alternatively, put some humans in the loop who can jfdi.
"While it's hard to fault the ambition of Lloyds"
let me help you with that. the object of the exercise is to improve the flow of cash to firstly directors and, a distant second, shareholders. this is achieved by getting rid of buildings full of people who were sufficiently intelligent and well trained to do things like, oh, entering a new address into a database. this laughably old fashioned way of doing business was replaced by a series of robots programmed to say things like "we're experiencing extremely high call volumes at the moment" and sending emails requesting information from no-reply addresses.
the ambition to divert more money into directors pockets has been achieved by saving huge amounts of money on people and buildings. any impact on customer service is spun by mindless pr droids wittering about new ways of working.
Woe Canada: Rather than rise from the ashes, IBM-built C$1bn Phoenix payroll system is going down in flames
"software functioning as intended" well yes, obviously hugely profitable.
the internet is unsuitable for anything serious.
and don't forget the spooks have an unlimited budget for ladies underwear.
http://www.rosettacode.org/wiki/Rosetta_Code is still up.
any word on the pension deficit?
Re: re the fluffy little women can't hack it nonsense.
lots of bros who collectively couldn't make 1% of the contribution that woman did.
re the fluffy little women can't hack it nonsense.
twitter thread "about Constance Tipper, 1st woman faculty @Cambridge_Eng whose work helped feed Britain during WW2"
so unfurling a no entry sign will just stop the cars?