Yes was very amusing.
The current BK ads here in Blighty are quite amusing
You'll feel like you robbed us
1022 posts • joined 11 May 2007
Did what amanfromMars just say make sense for once (well the main bit but the title had its trademarked oddness)
I could read newspapers from when I was four and was pretty much given words to learn during my schooling.
Think they use something called synthetic phonics now but not idea how that works but heres a Google search string I prepared earlier http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=Synthetic+phonics&btnG=Google+Search&meta=
Knock yourselves out.
Ovi has some real potential to be useful with the software tools installed on the latest Nokias in the pipleline
Do you mean there are features in the handset software whose server component has not yet been implemented or that the software loaded onto the handsets is a Beta?
A faithful SonyEricsson user currently packing a K800i
It gives the space shuttle pilots something to navigate by.
Could firing our nuclear waste into space solve the waste problem too?
By the way its nice to see the server hosting the bot known as amanfromMars has been rebooted and its matching words from its dictionary in no particular order once again.
Does make amusing reading.
Sounds like recycled 3G PR shit to me.
Remember how it was going to revolutionise the market but never did, then came 3.5G which people only bought into when they made data cheap as chips but again that old chestnut (you can have 3.6/7.6/14.4 Mbps only if noone else in the radius is using it.
Blah Blah Blah.
Time they changed their tune and stopped making ridiculous claims, least if I buy 3.4GHz CPU I know I'll get one that works around that speed, not under optimum conditions.
Reading El Reg in conjunction with Jimmy Wales' creation is always an education, I'd never heard of a dead pool before.
@Sarah Bee I thought you El Reg journos were above expletives but if it helps let the anger out just say it.
Skull and crosbones because I think someones gonna die before this moderation session is over and I'd be welling to bet they read and commented on this story.
I tried this mind numbingly boring site (even for a proud geek like me it was dull) as people just fired endless meaningless quesionnaires at me and gave me the odd poke.
Otherwise did not engage in any kind of social discourse whatsoever so in the end I asked them to delete my details.
If the code has no function, why include it in the firmware?
Simple, it stokes rumours on sites like Mac Rumours and El Reg so the Apple die hards start foaming at the mouth.
This then means that less marketing is required when the device comes out and people will be queuing to buy it.
Excellent marketing but rather sad that there are people that obsessed with a company's products.
I suspect that the release cycle will start to fall into that of the iPod, one a year with slightly tweaked features and a new gimmick
2 Mbps vr wireless but written into the T & Cs will be (as is the case with current mobile phone contracts).
It maybe affected by factors we cannot control e.g. the weather.
These contracts also state they will make the network available to you but they are not liable if your local cell goes down indefinitely.
What do we want? a national fibre network!
When do we want it? Now
And just like when the US gov refused to send the USAF's inept finest over here to assist in an enquiry into how their itchy trigger finger led to the deaths of our sodiers, so it is time our PM stood up and said No to extraditing a British Citizen as if the boot was on the other foot they wouldn't be extraditing him here.
But of course he'll be bottler Brown again.
It should be part of the operator licence issused by ofcom, operators should suspend the contract for as long as the person is serving abroad and they can reactivate it again when they come back.
Indeed, why are they not giving a heavy reduction on line rental for these brave souls?
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