Because everyone knows that you kneel before Zod
354 posts • joined 28 Nov 2013
Curvature of the earth: Check
Uses rocket to get there: check
Die very quickly when outside: Check
Can see the blackness of space, where no one can hear you giggle like a child: Check
That's space. 80KM / 100KM / 167.45 KM: All arbitrary
"A confident company would have just put out a quick congratulation."
Have worked with APNS in the past, and sending a message is not trivial.
Apple, rightly, have a couple of barriers in place, to prevent miscreants from hijacking it. Knowing the unique (to that application) ID to send a message to is one thing. And there's rate limiting on that API
This looks like some internal testing, given the Foo. If it's not, then there's been a breach.
Starbucks do NOT have decent coffee. Putrid cat filth, maybe
There's plenty of indy coffee shops in Nodnol, that will be much more happier for your business
And there's plenty of indie shared space places in London too, which get you a desk AND coffee
Is there a barrier to selling a handset with a different OS on it? No
Is there a 50/50 split in market share between apple and google? No
Can you launch an android device without Google's shiteware on it. Yes
Is this free market ecomonics at play. Yes
Can you launch your own app store for both OS.... Erm, not so much.
Apple's recycling scheme is actually quite decent..... Last autumn, I got £560 towards my new iPhone for the previous year's iPhone 11 pro. I got £250 for my two year old Apple watch
Yes, throw all the insults you wish about me needlessly upgrading every year, but at least my device get's properly recycled / reused (which is the kicker)
Apple's supply chain is brilliant. That iPhone I took in gets dismantled, the case gets proper recycled, and the components go into a "refurbished" iPhone that you either get from apple's Refurb site, or as a replacement when you go and get your phone replaced at the genius bar
The problem is that Samsung is a "stack it high and sell it, erm, not so cheap". The depreciation is hideous. And once the phone is sold, Samsung don't give a rat's ass about what happens to it after that. Despite its faults, you have to admire Apple's supply chain and dedication to reuse / recycle
To be fair, this plagues other things too. Whenever I was on my jollies, I'd leave my camera outside on the balcony, as, if you left it in the AC'd room and then took it outside, hilarity would ensue
As an aside, I also learnt about condensation the hard way whilst contracting in Malaysia. Sitting outside and drinking an iced beverage would often result in condensation dropping into one's lap. Not great when wearing khaki slacks :-)
It's not that B(w)anker with the 1980's suit, is it? Brian? He's everywhere, like the smell of piss in a bus station. The Mayoral elections can't come quick enough, so his smug face vanishes from the ether. Although, the way things are going, it'll be a landslide from the guy with one suit.
You've really not thought this through, have you?
Any website that you visit gets your IP address. It's just that, with Google's safe browsing, Google gets EVERY website and the originating IP address
Now, with Apple's change, Google don't get any of this. Apple don't get any of this... And last time I checked, Applewasn't in the business of targetted ads
Symbol, from memory, almost exclusively use stock android, making the management of them relatively easy. If these things are running windows CE / Mobile, etc, then they were probably bought years ago, probably because some aspiring director presented a utopia of no check outs (and, therefore, no staff)
Disappointed I didn't see minesweeper on there....
So here's the thing: I traded in my iPhone 11 Pro to get the 12 Pro, directly with Apple, and got such a great price (£550), it works out the same as upgrading every TWO years
Difficult logic to follow, but I don't see how this is possible.
Obviously, this all falls apart if you upgrade every three years....
I dated an american back in the late 2000's and we stayed at the Hilton in Croydon (don't ask).
She thought she'd be sweet one day and proceeded to make me a milky coffee.... But pouring the water, coffee and milk into the kettle.... Which then proceeded to trip the floor's electric.... Whilst I was in the shower.
As described perfectly in https://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-fi-boeing-max-design-20190315-story.html
TL;DR The 737 was design back in a time when Airbridges didn't exist and steps were used, mandating the aircraft door being very close to the ground.The world has moved on since then, the 737 hasn't
WFH since before Lockdown, as we have a leader who, you know, understands science and listens to experts.
Rant aside, we won't be back into the office till at least July next year. I'm thankful that my flat mate works from home for two days a week, but it's bloody lonely the rest of the time, even working for a company that fully embraced video conf'ing over a decade ago.
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