Outlook does this wonderfully with filters - just set them to hold outbound emails for two minutes before sending. Has saved me on a few occasions.
14 posts • joined 17 Aug 2007
Feck is used as a less offensive substitute for 'fuck' in Ireland. It is not always a suitable stand-in, though. For example, it would not be used as a verb replacement for 'to copulate'.
"Feck off", as used in the ad, is a *relatively* inoffensive way to say "go away" in Ireland.
324MB - that was some hog for Win3.11! I first installed it on a machine with a 40MB hard disk and 1MB RAM.
Still had to go back to DOS6.22 on a regular basis though. Some things never change.
Oh, and I'm 29 and started on a BBC Micro with the Acorn O/S. First DOS version was 5. Drew has apparently been replaced by a 12 year old.
A friend is still using DOS 3 on an 8088 laptop. It still works, although the monochrome screen is starting to die slowly.
Galileo presumably won't include SA, so if the US went ahead with SA, then Galileo would whip them. Even if Galileo ends up not going ahead (and that decision will probably rest on whether the US system still has SA or not, because that's Galileo's competitive advantage), the US basically has to drop SA for everything except very extreme situations.
Would this apply to PC manufacturers too? Surely the machines these people used to book the flights were made by a US-owned company (at least some of them). Who's going to grass on them?
In fact, I used a Dell laptop to organise and book a 15 person trip to Cuba just last year. Maybe accounting "issues" won't be Michael Dell's only problem shortly ;-)
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