Actual knowledge of that or are you just assuming that's the case?
37 posts • joined 15 Jun 2009
How about using the phrase "I will not reveal my password under any circumstances"
Just wait for it to get to court and ask for the charge to be dismissed as you had complied by telling them your password. Then she for emotional distress due to being pointlessly dragged through the courts despite having complied immediately.
after seeing this.
Have to admit I just bought frozen giant yorkshire puddings, and let the kids (4 and 2) make there own pizza in a "orkshire pud" as they call them. So they had fun.
Turned out pretty well, passata and tomato puree mix for the base, loads of pepperoni, cheese and salami, the missus had mushrooms on her's too.
I added a bit of cayenne to the cheese mix for mine.
Served with a dessert of jaffa cakes :-D
As I bought my Nexus 5 on release less than 2 months after my daughter was born .... Nexus 7 was 2012 and 2013 if I remember correctly too..
Not to say I'm not disappointed as the Nexus5 is a lovely phone, even with my smashed screen (it still works ... got a replacement screen just havent fitted it yet ... only been smashed for 12 months now .... and its in use every day (Though I do think the battery is starting to fade a little too)
Also if a piece of tech (in this case a smartphone) is playing up and being pretty much useless, then it will start working again if you start discussing replacement options .... once you've stopped talking about the replacements because its magically fixed itself, it will keep working for an hour or two just to lull you into a false sense of security
Tech is sentient! Been saying it for years.
Had to get rid of the full tower case I had that had a Q6600 in it, not really looking for much more grunt than that as 99% of the time it would be used as a media pc more than anything, so Im looking at one of the fanless chinese import i5-5200u based mini systems ... about 300-350 should get me one of those with 16gb memory and an ssd in- should be more than capable of the odd time working with vis studio and sql server, and if I need large storage then I go to cheap external spinny disk when needed only
"One source pointed out that for all their manifold faults, there are certain benefits to using vendors, as they are able to pay reasonable salaries, they don't need to put one-third pension contributions in, staff have a career ladder that can take them across businesses as well as across clients, they invest in comprehensive training, and they can sack people that don't perform."
Does this imply that the public sector pays unreasonable salaries (high or low) and cant sack people who don't perform?? .... oh hang on .... ignore me ....
I had a similar idea to this, additional benefit is you could run the wheel either direction one way to throw the opponent away (suggest some of of small flat appendages to put the force into throwing) and the other way to drive and cut/smash into the ground (a cut edge on the opposite side of the flat hammer thowers might work well here)
If she's anything like my daughter ... nearly 2 now.... Im thinking I need to introduce some pretty sophisticated (for home setups) security and logging in about 1 year, so far standard child controls on a tablet are enough ... just, would be sooner but she likes climbing/destroying things more than the tablet at the moment.
she has decided that my tablet I bought last year is her's though... not a major issue only a cheap hudl 2.
The version I sent to a colleague is slightly more encompassing of the rules and easier to get people to do it as they make a couple of dollars too
Make crap app
Sell at $10.01 + tax
Pay 100 people $15 to buy it
Projected costs :
Dev time (couple of hours of my own time)
$1500 ~= £950
$10000 ~= £6250
Essentially betting a grand for a year to receive a 5K profit
There is no download for the original N97 (as of yet).
Apparently its to do with where it needs to install stuff and the N97 not usually having the space on that part (labeled the C drive)
I managed to get it installed (and more importantly working) by grabbing down the mini version and installing by hand after deleting a lot of guff.
"Sure, as Disco-Legend-Zeke says, she could install sound-proofing, but equally so too could her neighbours, and after all they're the ones who have the problem ( other than the artificially created one of the ASBO itself )."
Ah, but those on the street cant escape the sound if she doesnt sound proof it, therefore the only logical solution is for her to sound proof her place, then no ones 'rights' are infringed too heavily.
And frankly Im of the opinion here that protection of the rights of the people who dont have an choice in the matter is more important than the perpetrators.. same opinion I have with criminals rights too :-P
Aye I'd quite like to know that too (just joined t-mobile with a N97 ( which btw is a lovely phone once you get used to it.... too few reviewers have spent more than a day or two with it)), I'd guess you couldn't as the contract will still exist as a legal document and the purchaser will have to abide by its terms.
If on the other hand, prices change on their plans (and its demonstratably worse off for you) then yes you'd probably be able to leave without any issue
He used it on Mock The Week a series or so ago.
Went to see a gig of his once, warm up guy made a comment of "Frankie is a bit like Guiness, sooner or later there's some dark shit coming"... oh so true, and he makes some very astute observations at times.
Bit more on topic, hopefully someone will learn to patch servers regularly and keep a general eye on system security ..... yes I know I'm a dreamer
/me thinks they have missed the point.
A lot of voip accounts are identifiable as to the user, however, that user might be logged into the system from work OR home (or somewhere else entirely) there you have to track down the location of the IP the call originated from.
They need to track the network connection of origin not a landline telephone number so your argument just doesnt apply
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