.... the day when 16kb cost £500.
Mine's the one with the ZX81 stick on keyboard in the inside pocket.
28 posts • joined 6 Sep 2007
Agree with most comments so far.
Sky paid huge amounts for exclusive coverage so why should their hand now be forced to discount hugely?
Also I was mega annoyed St Anta's handling of the recent 'away' England matches but chose not to pay for their service on top of my Sky subs. My choice, my restrcted viewing.
It happens - Live with it!
Mine's the one with the satellite dish in the pocket.
Why is this a news story that's getting every Daily Mail reader excited?
It's a list of names, addresses and births - all easily obtainable from a combination of BT and the local newspaper.
What harm could be done with this?????
'IT?' - because it's not worthy of reporting here, BBC News or the local rag.
I'll go with the majority here.....
It's not the Beeb's fault if the ISPs' business model has been caught out. And why are they not asking for money from iTunes, ITV Formula 1, Youtube, (any other content provider).
Change your business model, not force all licence payers to pay for your flawed pricing model.
Paris because she's used plenty of bandwidth of her own over the years.
"...a free consumer internet feature, Webwise, which results in fewer irrelevant advertisements and additional protection against fraudulent websites."
How does this offer 'additional protection against fraudulent websites'? I've read it a few times and it's still confusing me.
Paris because her pictures have been on a few dodgy websites in the past.
... this will probably relate to the Ofcom regulations of 'National Dialling Only' numbers. http://www.ofcom.org.uk/static/archive/Oftel/publications/numbering/2003/ntnp_final_c0703.pdf Ref: Page: 15 Section: 'National-Dialling-Only' Numbers
This means that these numbers cannot be used in an area where they may be advertised :)
"The most sought-after notebook computer improvement is the addition of a built-in mobile phone, a survey has found.
Microsoft teamed up with the GSM Association (GSMA), a trade body which promotes mobile phone adoption and standardisation, to ask punters what they would really like in their notebook computers."
And when asked what improvements they'd like making to Christmas dinner, the local turkeys suggested everyone should go vegetarian.
Is it just me or is research to promote your own organisation just an incy bit false?
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