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Comment: Re:Sounds like BS to me (Score 1) 230

If you think another image shows things better, then WHY don't you link it instead of multiple posts attacking me personally, and lambasting Bing?

Because https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/burden-of-proof

You are the one that's claiming that paid ads are hard to distinguish on Google. Which you've failed to do without showing deliberately edited images.

Comment: Re:Free speech? (Score 1) 114

by AntmanGX (#39941881) Attached to: More Plans For UK Internet Snooping Bill Revealed In Queen's Speech

Earlier today politicians said that tired out line "If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear."

Even more ironic when you take in to account that the government are trying to prevent the details of the overhaul of the NHS from being published.
Nothing to hide, eh? Talk about double standards.

Comment: Re:the phone (Score 5, Informative) 120

by AntmanGX (#39509801) Attached to: IETF Attendees Reengineer Their Hotel's Wi-Fi Net

"There was no WiFi signal when on the desk in front of the window in my room, but after some experiments, I discovered that the signal was quite good... on the ceiling of the bathroom," emailed Marc Petit-Huguenin.

"I have a Nexus S phone, so I taped it on the ceiling of the bathroom, and used tethering over Bluetooth to bridge the gap to the desk," he explained. This is a slow connection, but good enough to send emails over SMTP or use vi [the popular Unix text editor] over SSH."

FTA

Comment: Re:Is it Twelvember yet? (Score 3, Insightful) 341

by AntmanGX (#35479668) Attached to: Happy Pi Day

"Which day?" without the month ends up making one scramble for context.

And here's me thinking that most people, when given a day, will assume that you mean either the current month, or the next if that day has already passed. Using your logic, you're telling us that somebody saying "Fancy going to the cinema on Saturday?" would only serve to confuse people as they would then wonder what week you're talking about.

I don't buy it.

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