* Posts by Richard 36

12 posts • joined 15 Aug 2018

Realizing this is getting out of hand, Coq mulls new name for programming language

Richard 36

"Oh, coq" - James May

The server is down, money is not being made, and you want me to fix what?

Richard 36

Re: Tea


Apple's app transparency rules: Google's privacy labels for Chrome and Search on iOS highlighted by DuckDuckGo

Richard 36

It seems to me that most people don't care that Google collects their data.

I haven't bought new pants for years, why do I have to keep buying new PCs?

Richard 36

Best not to keep wearing the same underpants

UK might still be in lockdown but tech jobs rise above pre-pandemic levels and beyond, according to ONS

Richard 36

Let's hope that they are not all jobs with FaceBook

Is it Patch Blues-day for Outlook? Microsoft's email client breaks worldwide, leaves everyone stumped

Richard 36

How many errors can Microsoft make?


When is an electrical engineer not an engineer? When Arizona's state regulators decide to play word games

Richard 36


In my time I've been a Software Engineer and a (Software) Systems Architect. Concrete architects complained about the latter.

Two years ago, 123-Reg and NamesCo decided to register millions of .uk domains for customers without asking them. They just got the renewal reminders...

Richard 36

May I suggest that all you guys go onto Trustpilot and review 123-reg?

Richard 36

Re: they have simply stuck those domains on auto-renew

Sound like an expensive way to access the Internet

Call Windows 10 anything you like – Microsoft seems to

Richard 36

Yes, the registry has always been completely crazy, and all that. On the other hand, Windows 10 is working fine for me - except that Outlook 2016 crashes whenever I try to print a mail item on my Samsung Xpress M2835DW printer ...

I couldn't possibly tell you the computer's ID over the phone, I've been on A Course™

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Re: He should be proud that of that guy

Many head-on collisions, many American drunks.

Ad watchdog: Amazon 'misleading' over Prime next-day delivery ads

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I'm more concerned that they are too powerful to be taxed properly


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