Just reading that made feel sick.
158 posts • joined 22 Jan 2016
When a deleted primary device file only takes 20 mins out of your maintenance window, but a whole year off your lifespan
US piles yet more charges on Theranos CEO, COO. We could do with good blood testing now... and this wasn't it
Nervous, Adobe? It took 16 years, but open-source vector graphics editor Inkscape now works properly on macOS
COBOL: Five little letters that if put on a CV would ensure stable income for many a greybeard coder
Overstock dot-gone: Surplus biz CEO now surplus to requirements, ejects after Russian spy fling, deep state rant
Incognito mode won't stop smut sites sharing your pervy preferences with Facebook, Google and, er, Oracle
Who left a database of emails, credit cards, plain-text passwords, and more open to the web this week? Tech Data, come on down!
Thunder, thunder, thunder... Thunderclap: Feel the magic, hear the roar, macOS, Windows pwnage tools are loose
Fine, we'll do it the Huawei, says Uncle Sam: CFO charged with fraud, faces extradition to US over Iran trade claims
What happens when a Royal Navy warship sees a NATO task force headed straight for it? A crash course in Morse
More like this. The morse coding (flashbacks to Das Boot "My God, Philip") and fog-horn ranging was particularly interesting. Great to see analogue skills are not being left to rust. I remember when Addenbrookes Hospitals e-Hospital system had another spasm and everyone had to revert to the paper system to keep the show on the road.
Let him rot.
Accused of rape, skipped bail, scarpered to an embassy. Just follow the law. And besides, neglecting his cat tells you all you need to know. I suspect Trump has a pardon for him in any case if he were to get a free trip overseas.
Maybe he should apply for the Sports Ambassador to the CAR? I believe Boris Becker is no longer interested and the diplomatic immunity could be handy.
A rather lame prank but...
Back in the older days of gmail my friend had a colleague with a spoon aversion. Whenever they emailed him they would write the word "spoon" multiple times in white text so he could not see it at the end of the mail. Google then started offering spoon based products to him. Low tech but it got results.