@%!*& the damn things out of batteries. Who the $%!@ soldered it in!
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...they aren't going to continue to explore the atom as a platform and have taken their developers off coding support for the atom and have removed it from the next build to stop junk piling up in the system.
I'm sure that you can go download the darwin source and preserve the atom support and compare it with the next version if you worried.
Do we think that they meant to have c@binate but got distracted by the whale song. (All thought that would read as 'Cat Been Ate" nom nom)
Lucky this is just all noise, so the dark lord can sound as pro rights holders as he wants without any care for implementing such a system as they (Labour) arn't going to be around to do so.
Greenpeace can't tell their ass from their elbow. All the serious, sorry - make the qualified, scientists left them when they realises they were a bunch on millitant loonys who have not concept of ecology. They're campaigning for more energy saving light bulbs whilst at the same time demonising computer manufacturers for using mercury in their displays.
I think its fair to say the Greenpeace have cause more ecological disasters than they have ever tried to save.
"Lets go camp on the oil rig to protest, stopping them from safely dismantling it before it leaks oil everywhere! Thats a great idea. What? we just made half the north sea a toxic wasteland... has to be the oil companies fault"
"lets ram the ship of people hunting whales, oh noes - our ship got dented! THEY ATTACKED US!"
The number of votes was close to 200,000, now its 166,464 - and it keeps dropping so I'm guessing they they are gradually doctoring the results/removing duplicates at the same ip.
Re Endorsing, this is part of what the guardian had to say on the alpha course:
"Woman leads church boycott in row over evangelical pig-snorting
A woman has walked out of her church and is holding services in her living room because she says she cannot bring herself to 'snort like a pig and bark like a dog' on a Church of England course. Angie Golding, 50, claims she was denied confirmation unless she signed up for the Alpha course, which she says is a 'brainwashing' exercise where participants speak in tongues, make animal noises and then fall over. Mark Elsdon-Dew of HTB, Holy Trinity Brompton, said the Alpha course included lectures on the Holy Spirit. 'It affects different people in different ways,' he said."
I think that its no secret that post people learned photoshop from a pirate copy, however selling pirate software is, in my opinion, unforgivable.
For this same reason I don't intent to publish any software anywhere remotely near china due to their IP laws.
PS: I wonder if his cars are as retro as the software he was peddling, PageMaker 6.5.. tee hee.
Im wondering, now Nokia has brought out their large touch screen device, if they are eyeing up some of Apple's patents and want to blackmail Apple into a reciprocal licensing deal.
The fact they have waited 2-3 years to do this is a bit of a joke. If your precious patents are being infringed then you stand up and say so - its not like they wouldn't have noticed within months of the iPhone being released.
In addition the timing of Apple's record stock price and Nokia's record loss just make them look like a desperate company.
Either way, fail Nokia.
"Tubular rail would operate as a single rigid train unit that runs through elevated support rings like thread through a series of needles. "
So how does it go around corners?
Also, moving the power source from the rolling stock to the infrastructure is nuts. If 2 hoops in a row go then the whole line has to be closed down. At least you can take a self propelling train off the rails.
"On Monday, Part III of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) came into effect. Under Section 49 of RIPA Part III, police can serve a notice that requires encrypted data to be "put into an intelligible form" or, in other words, decrypted.
Failure to comply with a Section 49 notice can result in a two-year jail sentence, and failure to hand over an encryption key to the police can result in a five-year sentence."
If this is, as most people reckon, the list of enquiries - not members then posting it is a bit wrong in my opinion.
If you want to see Julian Assanege's (director of wikilinks) true colours read this article concerning the News of the World, and tell me he isn't a hypocritical, self righteous, fruit-cake. My jaw dropped reading it.
I believe the same graph can been seen when you study 2 groups of opposing football supporters.
Whats equally as interesting is that a group of people watching in the pub show changes in their testosterone levels in correlation with their team's players. (offset by the fact that after more than 4 pints you have more oestrogen in your body than a woman).
Unlike the previous well publicised FBI sting where an Armenian immigrant was claiming they could sell them super evil rockets that turned out to be him trying to scam the undercover agent, this actually seems to be a genuine case of a person selling 'secrets' to a foreign agency. And information that could potentially lead to a large gaping crater between Tel-Aviv and Tehran.
I find it interesting that America considers Israel as someone it is bad to sell nuke secrets to, considering they practically endorse the Israeli Nuclear Bomb program and its 110+ warheads (A-Bombs i believe) by refusing to acknowledge that they even exits.
Maybe if america put pressure on Israel regarding its nuclear capacity, the Iranians might not be so peeved when the west accuses them of developing nuclear weapons every week. Look at Pakistan and India. Once one was confident that they could anihilate the other should the need arrsise they both chilled out a bit, not much, but a bit. But I digress.
PS: Can we get a end-of-the-world-mushroom-cloud icon Moderatrix? Pretty please.
So does this mean that it will be illegal to charge someone who is in possession of 2 buttocks the volume of small car for an extra seat on an aeroplane?
And what about someone who is 24 stone, don't they have a significantly larger carbon footprint? (no pun intended)
Being at the larger end of the weight scale myself, I think that people shouldn't to try and make the state babysitting them and other people.
The FLAB people seem to think that overweight people should be treated like addicts, not a minority.
Maybe Mr Tom Watson MP might (pure conjecture) have had something to do with the government 's Job Site Plus using this illegal-under-royal-mail's-EULA/terms-and-conditions, in his capacity as 'minister for digital engagement '. If this were the case, coming out on royal mail's side might be a tad embarrassing.
So you think it would be fine for me to go and sell a premium rate phone line for:
"Unique personal assistance of any kind, even if your house is burning or your leg is chopped off, well help!"
... that in fact just forwards the call to 999...? We've paid for the police as taxpayers, why cant someone else make a bit of profit off it eh? The police don't like someone else charging to block their switchboards, oh noes!?
<sob> Im so...<sob> happy <sniff> these are tears <hankey> or joy <sniff>
Then again, these are pre manifesto promises from politicians, politicians!, so take the eventual implementation with a big ben sized pinch of salt.
But I'm cautiously optimistic that we will see a move from the monolithic contracts that are in place and so often fail so badly where a more modular approach to projects would serve better.
This is just one big publicity stunt and its getting boring.
If palm cared about their users and making a good product they wouldn't insist on making them have sporadic ability to sync with their device, and would instead write their own or buy out one of the third party companies that make syncing utilities. Maybe they should take a page from Apple's book; iTunes was once SoundJam.
Saturday night back street cameras are gona be popular.
Also, i see a problem with the prize:
"In return, the members will be entered into a crime-fighting league, receiving points for each genuine incident reported. At the end of each month the top scorer will receive a £1,000 cash reward"
"To discourage frivolous reports, users will be allowed three alert messages per month."
So in effect that makes this a lottery, unless for the fact that "fewer than one crime is solved for every 1,000 CCTV cameras deployed" means that they dont expect many people above 0 on the league table...?