* Posts by HeIsNoOne

6 posts • joined 6 Dec 2019

Flying camera drones, cuddly Echo gadgets... it's all a smoke screen for Amazon to lead you gently down the Sidewalk – and you'll probably like it

HeIsNoOne
Happy

Re: It helps to have the world's wussiest burglar break into your house...

Ah, but will he know how to hard-wire it so it's permanently happy?

If the Solar System's 'Planet Nine' is actually a small black hole, here's how we could detect it... wait, what?

HeIsNoOne

The thing about a black hole...

"Because black holes are intrinsically dark, the radiation that matter emits on its way to the mouth of the black hole is our only way to illuminate this dark environment,"

In other words:

"The thing about a black hole - its main distinguishing feature - is it's black. And the thing about space, the colour of space, your basic space colour, is black. So how are you supposed to see them?"

Google Chrome to block file downloads – from .exe to .txt – over HTTP by default this year. And we're OK with this

HeIsNoOne
Headmaster

Thank you for using the expression "hoi polloi" without prepending "the".

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoi_polloi

Sorry to interrupt, as you were...

I am broot: The Reg chats to French dev about Rust tool that aims to improve directory navigation

HeIsNoOne

"Broot can do something the Windows File Explorer cannot, which is to show how much space is occupied by a directory including all its sub-directories."

Windows file explorer does offer this feature - right-click->Properties.

Nokia 2.3: HMD flings out €109 budget 'droid with a 2-day battery

HeIsNoOne

"the inclusion of MicroUSB...feels increasingly archaic as we enter 2020"

Is MicroUSB "archaic"? What is the current standard?

Not being sarcastic, genuinely want to know.

Still in preview, but look! You can now develop Azure Sphere apps in Linux – if you dare

HeIsNoOne

Re: Sorry, MS, I can never forget what Steve said.

Steve isn't CEO any more. Forgive and forget?

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