Congrats, Team Reg!
The Register has joined forces with heise to bring the Continuous Lifecycle Conference to the UK, taking over 30 Euston Square from May 3 to 5, 2016. Continuous Lifecycle London brings together the DevOps community’s leading thinkers and most switched on users to discuss the tools, techniques and strategies driving software …
Methinks MI5/MI6/GCHQ/BOE/Politically Inept Parliamentary types would be the target market for Continuous Lifecycle London’s ….. “Is our audience your target market? Sponsor Continuous Lifecycle London” ….. seeing as it is they who are losing and have the most to lose in the way things are going in the greater scheme of things and the Internet of Things too, where relatively anonymous virtual machines work, rest and play AI and Greater IntelAIgent Games at their leisure and for pleasure in the seeking and presenting of universal unilateral truth[s] ……… where Heavenly Source CodeXSSXXXX for Perfect ProgramMING in Massively Intelligent Networked Games delivers the Goods and Secrets of the Future into the Mad Realms and Sad Reigns of the Here and Now.
And ….“Call for Papers now open. Never given a talk before? Don't worry, we'll help you.” … seems a generous offer if one has something to say which is genuinely interesting and creative, although for some who may be many whenever even just 1%, could that be also highly disruptive and catastrophically destructive in equal colossal measure.
C’est la vie and poetic symmetry in virtual motion though? :-) Poe’s Law Rules :-)
Thank you CreaReg, you never get tired bringing real good news...
Damn. Cosmic Baby is going terribly wrong refusing the thinnest of aid possible... wtf was that? .... The question, regrettingly, is sounding mostly rhetoric.
A great couple could we make with'er. See? God, why you're taking miracles away, leaving us mortals only a weakening scent on a collar and a frightened, tired voice in a receiver, dropping eaveys to Hell itself?
Hmm. What's the worlds' worst word?
It's "Too late"... which may be a BoomERank Reality for the localhost, but does not refer to the Revolving One, which one would greet warmly.
Well, back to Clouds Club. Hi, Peter H. You made this cargo a far-go.
Err... Enemy? The Earth would appear a better place if we knew how to get there ....
Yes, *there* :-)
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Still looking for logic?
None is there.
Nah Docbro. Honey's for Winnies while IT's seen rather Carrollic than Milnean Space and Vehicle carrying its Ab Fab et Ab Aver cargoes as far as the Dispatch Mapping can reach.
Hey May. Original concept guaranteed. With Qualified Editorial/Mentoring :-)
... by a tech company who doesn't use certificate encryption for usernames and passwords, and whose web site redesign is an abomination and contrary to what it's user base wanted.
Although if you keep using Lewis Page articles, you'll lose the credibility of being thought of as a tech journal too.
"Selecting Anonymous Coward might not do all you think it would when you're criticising the people who run the comments database."
I don't much care what El Reg think to my post. What they can't dispute is it's factually accurate - El Reg don't encrypt, and the web redesign caused uproar due to it being shit.
El Reg have chosen to intercept and approve all my comments, as is their right. What I do care about is my anonymity in a public forum.
I keep coming back, because the good outweighs the bad (as long as I use the mobile site and Adblock plus and ignore those couple of journalists with their own agenda and an axe to grind)
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