Then another one chips in in all caps out of nowhere "FIFTY, THATS OUR FINAL OFFER"
11 posts • joined 24 Aug 2017
Those Stanford whiz kids have done it again. Now a chatty AI bot to negotiate sales for you with Craigslist riffraff
I was in stitches :D
OK, i'll bite
I've definitely printed blocks of test on an outdated printer driver, or an incorrectly configured white-label driver, and seen many of the issues in the letter, namely missing spaces, or certain vowels dropped.
Whilst I admit, most printer driver issues will result in ALL of a certain letter dropped etc, I'm willing to give some BOD, especially given how obvious some of the errors are; and i'll refer to my anaecdotal evidence as described above.
Re: Working as intended
I for one (who voted to remain and convinced my family to also) am anxiously awaiting a reply to your comment.
Re: Crash Test Dummies.
Ding ding ding!
Who asked for it? Is it for increasing "safety"? People without AP cars can still do a lot of damage to my AP vehicle I reckon.
The whole thing is dangerous, and pointless.
I believe this is currently in the process of being thrashed out. Seems like a simple change to enforce and police to better society and I expect it to be law in the next 12m.
Re: Nothing more
Upvoted, because I was going to post this as satire.
Is it not my job as a parent to block, filter and educate my child's usage of the internet no the government / ISPs?
What is a porn site? How nude is "too nude"? My development wasn't harmed because of dial-up porn. This whole thing is mental.
Just because the system can be exploited/open to abuse doesn't mean the benefits of implement such system should be ignored. As long as things are tracable and transparent, I say give the security researchers the BOD.
You have to have faith i nthe system...Exactly like how MPs can't be lobbied and parlimentary votes bought right? :|
Re: Welcome to the Cloud...
"But I thought Twitter would be around for ever"
Said noone worth their salt anyway.
Re: Er what?
"the approach Google took"
i.e. it's a narrative. Not to be taken literally.