Re: probably far beyond the ability of most people to configure
If you disable BT on iOS it will simply turn back on silently some 24 hours later, as far as i know.
44 posts • joined 5 Feb 2020
The Americans and British will never do this, they think it’s commie crap and that they are better than the orientals; racism and colonialism has a lot to do with this self-destructive attitude.
No matter, the new world order is clearly and quickly being established, and it’s not the one that Icke and his deluded followers believe is happening.
No, in the real new world order it’s the likes of China and their neighbours who got their shit together, lifted a billion people out of abject poverty in just 2-3 decades, are disciplined to respond to crises like COVID, learn maths and sciences at school and want real jobs to benefit their societies and economies, etc.
Empires come and go, and ours is falling apart just as did Rome. For the Millennials reading this, start to learn Chinese. Now. Today. Then get a job in Hong Kong, or Singapore. This year. Do it. There’s lots of Europeans there so you won’t feel like a fish out of water. Forget this complete shithole, it’s over and done with, for at least the next generation or two, even permanently. Good luck, I wish you well.
I’m in the market for a tablet and have an old iPad, but since I bought it, Apple have gone completely mental with their pricing of pads and phones.
This crisis will hopefully get them to stare reality in the face, but I won’t hold my breath. In the meantime I’ll avoid worsening my carbon footprint and bank balance by keeping the kit I’ve got for longer than planned.
Respect? Are you sure about that?
These alleged shysters were in business to -
"matched bitcoin (BTC) and bitcoin cash (BCH) users who wanted to buy Amazon gift cards at a discount and sellers that wanted cryptocurrency"
My experience informs me that the only terds that require this kind of service are scammers who rob sadly clueless netizens of their pensions and savings.
If you know of good and legitimate use cases, please share below and correct my ignorance:
Would you like to
a) Be locked down for the next 100 years like now, for that is how long it'll take for herd immunity to arrive with the current system or
b) Get a budget smartphone and set it up to use the app
Erm, there's thousands of nasty viri and bacteria out there that already kill lots people constantly. For example, influenza in 2 of the last 3 winters has killed many more than COVID this winter.
I'm not saying COVID isn't a problem, my point is WHO exactly decides upon monitoring, isolation, lockdown and HOW do they decide?
At this rate, if we are not careful, we'll FOREVER be monitored and given green, amber and red status lights.
Xiaomi put Huawei to shame, and they also have placed a security layer on top of Android. Very good phones, very good price and specs, not shiny shiny fashion-victim phones. I got one for a family member a couple of years ago and when Apple stop supporting my 6s I'll be switching to Xiaomi myself.
Nothing wrong with the mentality at all, and it ain't quaint, it's actually an essential mentality we all need to adopt in order to stop the needless destruction of our planet - until at least phone manufacurers use recycled materials and renewable energy for production
It’s not a matter of being technically challenged whatsoever, you are being condescending to many people.
I specifically keep certain cookies for specific site preferences, which saves considerable time. I also keep certain specific third party cookies which some sites unfortunately require to function. I delete the rest. Firefox cookie and tracking management is very good these days.
Even MS are doing a decent job in this respect with their new Chromium Edge. I still prefer FF though, not just because of its mission, but also especially since it’s much lighter on resources than Chromium / Chrome browsers I’ve tried.
...I have direct experience of teams of Chinese and Korean specialists being invited to GB to see our shiny and innovative systems and procedures. The PHB thought he'd won the lottery, believing they'd buy all "his" stuff.
The rest of us noticed how the visitors were asking the workers a myriad of questions and taking copious notes. We knew immediately that there'd be no sale, just copying and development of similar processes and systems.
Multiply my experience countless thousands of times, and we end up with today's situation. It's nothing to do with nationality or race, it's just human nature, including our PHBs being naive and greedy beggars.
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