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Ryan Prince
Attended Fareham College
Lives in Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
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Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
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Fareham, Hampshire, United Kingdom - Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, United Kingdom - Redditch, Worcestershire, United Kingdom
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Taker of photographs, wrangler of data, drinker of tea and coffee, eater of cake.
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I am an amateur photographer, a fan of Android, tech, Formula 1, Land Rovers, and camping and the outdoors. I am also responsible for the Shire Land Rover Club twitter and facebook ​​​​accounts. My current camera is a Sony A6000. All of my photos are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike licence - please respect this.

I am British, and this post pretty much sums me up nicely.

I came out as gay in March 2014 - my life from this point forward is a work in progress.

According to humanmetrics.com, I am INTJ if that interests you.
Bragging rights
I survived the Vaalimaa-Torfyanovka border crossing. I'm on IMDB!
Education
  • Fareham College
    Business Studies, 1990 - 1993
  • Neville Lovett School
    1985 - 1990
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Another slant on the right to be forgotten Google are arguing that what they are showing in results in say, Australia, should not come under the jurisdiction of France. But, as this article points out, if a copyright holder outside of the US wants links to copyright-infringing sites taken down, the holder uses copyright laws in the US rather than their own country. 
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I may bide a while until the dust settles.
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Classic Cartoon Films

A while back, I mentioned a number of iconic films that I hadn't seen. I was just listening to a podcast that mentioned Snow White, and realised I've never seen it; then I started thinking about all of the other classic cartoon films I've never and got to wondering if I have missed out. The list I have so far is:

Snow White
Bambi
The Aristocats
101 Dalmations
Fantasia
Watership Down
Beauty and the Beast
Cinderella
Peter Pan
Lady and the Tramp

and I'm sure there are more, not to mention many of the modern-day ones. 
 
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+George G I've seen clips, but not the film. I've seen Mary Poppins about a hundred times, and I think I've seen Bedknobs and Broomsticks.
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Wooh! Exploding Kittens starts shipping today!
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Today a rumor suggests that Netflix will be the first place Disney's Lucasfilm will bring a live action TV show. Originally rumored for release on cable television back in 2009, this television sho...
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Awesome!
This amazing 4-minute video is the world's first full mountain biking segment to be captured in a single continuous shot. Titled "Unreal," the film shows t
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If you had trouble logging on to your NatWest or RBS account today, this is why.
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Antique, old, rusted, archaic, crumbling, ancient, and time-worn – all words that could describe vintage vehicles. Some are in better condition than others, some in running order, others put out to pasture. Photographers love to shoot crumbling subjects. I hope you enjoy these images of old cars: Plymouth by Aaron J. Groen on 500px Old …
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Google rejects French court's demand to extend the right to be forgotten to all Google search sites, arguing that it could "potentially set a precedent that one country’s laws can control access to content globally."
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Facebook's defence was that because it is headquartered in Ireland, it only needed to comply with Ireland's laws; this despite a recent ruling that companies trading throughout Europe need to comply with all local laws.
Facebook's policy of forcing users to use their real names on the social network has been under fire for some time now from privacy advocates and those in the LGBT community who feel discriminated ...
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Facebook have introduced a new tool called Security Checkup that "makes it easier to find and use the security controls for your account." Currently available only on your desktop, with mobile coming along soon.
Starting today, you can try a new tool called Security Checkup that makes it easier to find and use the security controls for your account.
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I wasn't aware of this case until I saw this story today, but I think his case was doomed to fail from the start. Trying to force Google to forget something you are currently serving jail-time for is never going to work.
A man involved in a £51m VAT scam loses a legal bid to have news stories about him removed from Google searches.
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Delightful shop that manages to pack a huge range of tea, coffee, herbs, and local produce into a tiny space. The owners are extremely knowledgeable and very helpful.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Lovely place, very welcoming.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
What a great pub! Some friends and I stopped off here on the way back from a photowalk around Richmond Park on Saturday to grab a drink and gain some respite from the weather. It was about 4.30pm and the pub was already starting to fill up, but the staff were extremely efficient. It was great to see a number of guest ales on tap and I managed to grab a delicious IPA (not sure of the name) and ordered the Wild Board Burger, which was delicious. If ever I find myself in this part of London again (which I am planning on doing), I shall hope I am in the right part of town to revisit The Roebuck.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
They can sometimes be a little dearer than other places, but the service is excellent.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Absolutely stellar service - came away with a couple of bow ties and (thanks to constant nagging from a friend) my first Harris Tweed jacket. I will definitely be back!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It was a few years ago that I stayed for one night with friends. It was just about okay, but being next to the river you will get bitten by bugs during the summer.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
An excellent day out. Their website recommended three hours to look around, but we were there for six and still didn't see everything. I highly recommend the free audio tour which is available in a number of languages, and keep an eye out for members of Henry VIII's Court who do an excellent job of interpreting the politics at the time he decided to create the Church of England. The buildings wete amazing, and so much bigger than I was expecting, and the formal gardens are vast. If it is a nice day when you go, you will find plenty of shade under the trees. The only downside is the cost - unlike a lot of museums nowadays your ticket does not last the year. I don't know whether this is down to their charity status, or just their choice - if it wasn't for some vouchers covering a lot of the cost, I might not have made the trip. Likewise, the cost of food in the Tilt Yard Restaurant was quite steep for what you were getting - the quality was good, but the prices were higher than a motorway service station so you may wish to take your own and have a picnic. All that said, I would definitely recommend a visit and would go again if I had the chance.
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