Where is that ****ing "Rotate Display" now, and how do I stop yet another auto-upgrade ?
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I print only one page a week at the most,
mainly self reference items and the odd Business letter.
All this on my second hand Citizen Swift200 Dot Matrix I have had since 1997 when
I treated it to two black and one multi colour new original ribbons
(never used colour for real)
Last year the second black was getting faint so I got 4 clone ribbons via Amazon
so I am a happy Dyno
When the whole thing expires -Then maybe a cheapo laser will be the answer.
Missing from all nuclear debate since the birth of the atomic age is any mention of serious research or encouragement to research, into methods of removing or reducing the radioactive output and life of 'high level' waste. Long term storage or burial is only dodging the issue for a few generations.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/Design/graphics/icons/comment/paris_hilton_32.png As "AoT" said, why not a photo shoot for posterity - get the Playmobil gang out round the frame. Also, if weight and balance allows, lets have a proper pilot in the cockpit for what is intended to be a momentous occasion in the history of aviation, blah blair!
Paris, because of the name, and because she is supposed to be an airhead !
that my children have grown up and my grandkids will probably escape this due to the usual
bungling and delays in Gov. IT .
I give it less than a month of going live before the first data "escapes", assuming it is not already in the wild.
Then listen to the well practiced "sorry" line and the lo-oooooo-ng wait for heads to really roll.
And, Oh yes, what a waste to delete the entries when the kids are 18+ when we have the start
of a ready made, unverified, National ID system.
My (sony Viao owning) Grandchildren picked up my new EEE701 and said "whizzy"
will you give us one each for christmas (answer - No! buy your own)
They played with all the bits an bobs and never even realised that it was NOT
a Windows machine. (Linux ? What's that? Something else from Acorn ??? !)
Worked fine for me straight out of the box. The underlying system seems far more
complicated than on my faithful RISC OS machine, but then, I' m biased ;)