BBC News: UK military denies ban on iPods

Discussion in 'MacBytes.com News Discussion' started by MacBytes, Jul 13, 2004.

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    Savage Henry

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    Man, these stories that get noticed purely cos they've got a reference to an iPod in the title ....


    I spose it's the price to pay for being the most coolest thing on planet Earth right now

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    mainstreetmark

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    How the heck does that work? Someone surely has to enter a password to even be ON the system.
     
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    Well, knowing what you talk about and being allowed to talk to the press are mutually exclusive..
     
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    hmmm sees the usb / firewire as a drive easy acess copy over network blah blah blah most armed forces passwords probaly start with 123 abc got to let the grunts run things. since the officers hardly ever like doing any real work oh sorry thinking of 1800 time frame when officers did bugger all and let the grunts do all the work..

    As for the ban in areas well yep they should be working not listning to tunes...:D
     

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