@ Mei Lewis
Tank is a style of watch...I'm guessing the infringement is design rather than the word
Although Dunhill succesfully patented "millenium"
20 posts • joined 2 Jul 2007
The Greater London population is less of an issue than the London Commuter Belt, which was estimated at 13,945,000 in 2001. Givewn the rate of expansion in the South East thats certain to have grown significantly over the last 7 years.
Given the perceived lack of staff on the London transport network I'm guessing the Oyster Card pays for itself in avoidance of casual fare jumping alon ( I know I do it a lot less these days)
I have the 1970's version mp3 player
It has limitless memory, never needs recharging, weighs virtualy nothing and cannot be lost down the back of the sofa. It adds nothing to my carbon footprint and infringes no DRM enforcement. Furthermore downloads are entirely free.
It's called "humming"
25 Million records so clearly not an Excel file.
lets assume that our Junior official used all his SQL savvy to come up with
"Select * from Child_Ben"
and dumped it to a csv file .
Lets further assume that the office hardware is keeping some sort of parity with the office software. So what does a junior official using a an NT4 pc with a 4X external cd burner use to "password protect" his (or her) data ?
Ladies and Gentlemen..I give you.....Winzip
I've got a Samsung e900 ,a free-on-contract (now THERES an oxymoron) jobbie. Its the Bolton Wanderers of phones, it's ok but it'll never win any awards.
However It does allow me to use gmail mobile, Opera mini, Google maps mobile and gphonesync (ugly-but-effective g-cal app)
So what, apart from a few hundred grams of really pretty Chinese plastic is iPhone giving me that I dont already have ?
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