Vickers Supermarine Spitfire MK.PR.XI
Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX and North American P-51D Mustang
When you give an application to Apple to test, if it involves accounts you have to give them working logins. So it could be the test logins worked OK, just not some (or all?) general logins.
It was failing as soon as it started, way before you could enter any account details.
I think that covers most things.
Use Kitty instead. Having said that, clickable links don't always work correctly.
Call that low?
Stating the obvious but:
septic = septic tank = yank = americans.
Correct, we have no fair use right at the moment.
You're not going to get prosecuted for format-shifting for personal use, but it's not actually legal in this country.
hotfile.com is on the IWF list, hence the transparent proxy for that domain.
Tivo haven't actively sold the boxes in the UK for about 8-9 years now. This isn't a modern service being canned, it's effectively a legacy system.
Not sure where you get that from, the Virgin V+ HD box is free (well, a once off Â£50 activation charge) for new customers, and as an existing customer I can get one for Â£70 including the activation charge.
We're not talking about the V+ box though, this is the new Virginmedia Tivo box.
A PS3, even a mini, is too noisy to play music disks or movies in your living room.
Mine isn't. I can hardly hear it at all when it's on, and that's with it sat about 8ft in front of me under the TV.
If you set up Truecrypt in portable-mode on a USB key so it acts like these off-the-shelf keys, then it needs administrator privileges to work. That's a big problem for a lot of people.
Or as in our case, buy new PCs and load an XP image. I suspect there are a huge number of companies doing this. We've no fixed plans to go to Windows 7 any time soon.
...anything but the ribbon.
I still can't find anything I need in Office 2007, IMO the ribbon is the biggest backwards step in usability ever.
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