amanfromMars said... replying to comments shared on http://amanfrommars.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/141114.html
Things are coming together nicely, Casey E.
15 November 2014 18:38
amanfromMars 1 Sun 16 Nov 06:30  asking a few sweet sticky questions of an ungoverned space on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/3/2014/11/14/uk_pm_cameron_says_internet_must_not_be_an_ungoverned_space/
First things first and the toxic carcinogenic carbuncle of a parasite on the body of humanity ...... and valid question which the System avoids like the Ebola plague being required to answer with any common sense and truthful honesty. And so it remains as a gangrenous open wound to be ruthless exploited by both germ and medicine every which way, whilst wilfully festering and killing the host virally and virilely and virtually most surely
First things first
Start by governing Westminster, the Lords, finance, tax evasion **AND THEN** the net (if you really must).
But no. That'd hit your paymasters too hard, wouldn't it? … The Big Yin
Just in case you missed it, The Big Yin ........ http://gu.com/p/43aee/sbl
"Channel 4 News economics editor Paul Mason lambasts the banks and says he is 'sick' of returning to film outside the RBS offices in London after years of scandals, as six banks were fined £2.6bn for foreign exchange market rigging. He asks why no criminal charges have been brought, and says the country deserves a better banking system because everyone is dependent on banks"
Actually, the banks are dependent on everybody else, for the money they have and require is all theirs, and they [the banks themselves] have no money at all of their own. Yes, it is a right dodgy Ponzi business they don't want you to know or think about. "Tis a monumental arrogance though to not realise that such blissful ignorance and naivety are just short temporary initial states before wisdom and intelligence kick in and take over and make over everything.
amanfromMars 1 Sun 16 Nov 07:40  having a monumental say on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/11/15/bofh_2014_episode_12/
One Small Step for Man into Women ..... One Giant Quantum Leap for Man and WomanKind
"Ideally I feel the company's direction is shaped by the desires of our client base and yet we've really not done any in-depth work - as a discovery exercise - on what THEY will be looking for from US. Whilst we have some idea about what attracted them to the company in the first place, it's difficult to know whether the technology adoption we've currently got in play is tailored to their future needs without some form of rigorous investigative process. Otherwise, REALLY, we're leading a horse to water before we shoot it in the head."If anyone can make anything out of that load of swill they've got my vote.
Thanks for the vote, Simon T.
And is … "What I'm more concerned about is that we're investing in hardware capable of several million tera mega flops whereas we might be better placed changing our focus to scopable tapered bandwidth provision with a view to getting full saturation of our core technology platforms, which would, in the broadest sense mean that we're effectively utilising our investment to the tune of 95 to 100 per cent” ….. fine wine steganography revealing modi operandi et vivendi for successful expanding capture and failsafe enough retention of leading intelligence readership with virtually remote controlling command support of IT governed and governing space places/SCADA Operating Systems/CyberSpace Command and Control Centres of QuITe Excessive Exceptional Exclusive Executive Excellence ….. XSSXXXX Quantum Internetworking Tech for Virtually Impregnable Savvy Introducing Omniscient Node Lode/SMARTR IntelAIgent Source
Is that El Reg’s novel noble reconstituted raison d’être, for there is no possible viable reason why it shouldn’t or couldn’t be in these days of new ages and anonymous autonomous zeroday vulnerability exploits to negotiate and monetize?
And bravo, Simon T, for introducing such a succulent saucy Gina for the gander. She’s surely bound to have captivating BGFs and Stellar Mates too. It is certainly only natural in such fields of endeavour and expertease.