1526 posts • joined 16 Jun 2011
Re: @Callous AC: I don't want to sound callous, but thank fuck for that!
Oh, I was going for an anagram of CNUT
I have no idea what this could mean for humanity, but I do rather like it.
Personally I think the BBC is already an expensive pay-per-subscription service. It doesn't listen to its customers and is a bit old hat.
Having said that, I like the BBC - I just think it's an expensive dinosaur. It tries to be everything to everyone and sadly it fails. I don't care for homes under the bargain in my attic type of shows, but I do like Doctor Who.
Maybe go the way of netflix, but premium content online and kill a few digital channels.
aagghhh i just don't know what's best for the old girl.
£4 postage - you money grabbing so and so's
yes yes it's all jolly nice that they get to launch their rocket and all that. But what we all insist on knowing is the LOHAN when.
It's a step in the right direction I suppose, but like everyone else I want tee shirts please and thank you.
Re: Cillit Bang...
You wore it and got diddled? Lucky bugger.
All i got was ridiculed.
This sort of router issue also occurs on the 3 and the 4 but try telling that to BT
dammit that looks good
that is all
those pesky blighters
Unsurprisingly, after hearing from The Register on Monday, Sky promised to release a new update today.
Dear Reg - Please can you contact Greater Anglia about it's appalling service to IT commuters?
Also, please fire off a few emails to the twunts that control the wifi service called the cloud as I don't want a dumb post office advert auto-playing at every bloody station.
What, no Mitch Ben link?
it looks a bit penisy
You don't know much about the modding community then?
Of course people will flash an alternative ROM on their new devices, just not everyone.
Now my facebook feed will still look exactly the same!
Not one single fandroid message about iSheeple.
This place has changed
Currently the trains that offer extortionate Wi-Fi use a satellite system. It is slow and expensive.
Just what is the government offering? And why?
Re: Oh well
No, but the kid with a hole in his face might of been.
Still I guess it's OK to be flippant as it didn't happen to you or yours right.
Please can you at least service the kit in our sub-exchange. Just a little maybe?
I shouldn't be ungrateful as the 6.5 down and .3 up is better than some rural communities. It's just that it's been a year, and I thought you might of at least assessed it.
Re: Does it really matter ?
They do? Are you sure?
I know they don't think highly of wiki-twonks but I thought Snowden (the man not the mountain) and the grauniad may be to blame on this one.
Our robot overlords suck
Mark Stay was right
This is the beginning
I remember trying this as soon as the episode aired and I can contest that this indeed is a winner, although I would lightly fry the bread to stop the collapse.
Also if you find yourself without chutney or chilli then you I would also say using raspberry jam and English mustard also works a treat.
A British regiment that I can join!
Sign me up sir!
Where other news sources have a picture of the 'shelf' I note that it is apparently missing from this article.
Tell that to the Spanish fleet.
Oh my bad, wrong kind of net.
Re: They aren't banning encryption
You need at least 3 trigger words and you have only used one
From now on we will use this -
A1 B2 C3 D4 E5 F6 G7 H8 I9 J10 K11 L12 M13 N14 O15 P16 Q17 R18 S19 T20 U21 V22 W23 X24 Y25 Z26
3181311 208120 251521 621311518
The Reg is having a swipe at the beeb for slow reporting....
Hey Kettle - This is pot
Re: That will not work
The seller ratings can be fudged just as easily if you think about it.
But I agree that a few tweaks could be made, but that's not in the interest of ebay who strangely has its offices in Ireland.
Of course the way around this would be to act as a private seller rather than a business seller. Then all you would need to do is sell privately until you're just under the threshold and then close your account. Then free to pop up as a different user.
The ebay model is there for fraudulent transactions. heck I wouldn't be surprised if it was used for spying - in much the same way that the classified ads used to be (apparently)
Did Zuck actually say that it was a free speech zone?
The Douchebook network doesn't allow a picture of proud parents breastfeeding, yet gorges itself with scams, click bait, scams, annoying paid for adverts, scams and pages specialising in bigotry and hatred.
I think my sides have split and I have fallen off my chair.
Re: Does it turn
Which is why I now have to change the ethnic toners on the xerox
there is no translation for lesbian from English to Icelandic
Would it help if we all sent a nice email and some donuts to the FAA?
Isn't this near identical to the botched EDS contract of ten or so years ago.
Hmm, that ended well didn't it.
The fact is the only way to do this properly in my opinion is a brand new system designed from the ground up, tested and tested and tested and then run parallel and then rolled out to all locations in one hit. Of course this is close to impossible, highly impractical and doomed to fail.
nope, you don't have any BOFH stuff so nope
Humans are dumb.
Oh I wish I could post photo's.
While visiting Stonehenge in December I noticed a German gentleman taking a picture of himself with such a device. His wife \ partner stood by and watched. Humans are dumb.
Wonky? More like wanky
When it comes down to proof it should be the person making the claim that has to prove it. It's no good saying that's ours without prooving it.
By letting "wonky" bots do the work we are failing as humans.
This is tragic
in no way is this meant callous, but all the demands for the police to do more should stop and think.
Maybe if there was some sort of charter that monitors internet activity and was able to assist police better in catching these bastards.
and your click bait!
I was hoping the rotund Kim had demised
Cut the crap
and spell it out just how much this means the consumer will be shafted.
Is it just me?
Or does Kim Dotcom look like Dr Robotnik?
Re: but when...?
I'm just please he didn't say bare, I'm in enough trouble at work already.
Seems a remarkable coincidence that this occurs at the same time as the infinite monkey cage starts again on R4
he doesn't get it does he?
That's correct, Google and Facebook don't have that data unless you let them.
Likewise they don't have your location unless you let them.
I'm not saying you would let them, but I bet you know quite a few click anything and it will all be OK types.
That's right Chris, although you do need to tell it your phone number.
*pass me my tin foil hat please.
That's no good whatsoever - you need full fat, preferably gold top. A higher fat content is what is required.
Of course the correct thing is to squeeze limes straight into your gob hole and have the neutralising effect of citric acid help wash away those fire daemons. You could go for vinegar too, but thats just unpleasant - effect though.
Only if you use Configured Unified Network Testing
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