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Calling all commentards: Want some new icons?

We at the El Reg Central Overseeing Commentard Soviet are considering whether to expand the available spread of comments icons to include some news images - the better for you, our beloved readers, to express yourselves with wit and elegance. Our existing comments icons If you reckon we need some fresh images to add to the …
Lester Haines, 20 Apr 2011
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The Register and Australia-New Zealand

As some of you have already noticed, in the last few weeks The Reg has been running more locally-sourced stories in Australia-New Zealand. Our plans here are still in soft launch mode, but we think it's appropriate (possibly even overdue) that we give local readers a head up about them now. For quite a few years now The Register …
John Lettice, 28 Feb 2011
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Correction

On Wednesday, 6 October, we reported that a Wikipedia admin, RodHullandEmu, had added erroneous information to the Wikipedia entry on Norman Wisdom. In a revised version of the story we reported that RodHullandEmu had not added the erroneous information, but had "preserved" it. We accept that both of these statements are …
Team Register, 11 Oct 2010
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The Register comment guidelines 2010

1. Firstly and perhaps most importantly: Moderation is at our discretion. We publish what we feel is fit for publication. We accept the vast majority of all comments posted, and we try to be broad-minded and consistent - but in the end if we don't want it published on our site, it doesn't go up. Correspondence will rarely be …
Sarah Bee, 19 Jul 2010
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Site news: Track this forum

This week we introduced "Track this Forum", a membership feature for commentards and lurkers on El Reg and reghardware forums. Take this example: http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2010/05/26/captain_cyborg_cyberfud/ See the grey star? See "Track this forum"? Click the link and log-in to El Reg forums, if you haven't done …
Drew Cullen, 27 May 2010
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Register Hardware redesigns for a shiny 2009

LONDON December 22, 2008 Register Hardware (www.reghardware.co.uk) has launched its redesigned website, just in time for a bright and bouncy 2009. The makeover sees the consumer technology website adopt a shiny black livery and a visual design that emphasises the prominent role that hardware reviews now play in the publication …
Team Register, 22 Dec 2008
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Terms of use

Welcome to The Register. The Register is a news organisation owned and operated by Situation Publishing that allows users who have created an account with us (“Members”) to post comments on contributions/articles and to receive newsletters through email subscriptions. 1. Your acceptance of these Terms 1.1 By using, visiting, …
Team Register, 30 Sep 2008

About The Register

The Register is a leading global online tech publication, with more than nine million monthly unique browsers worldwide. The core audiences are the UK and US, accounting for more than 6m. The bulk of the remaining readership are located in Canada, Australia and northern Europe. Starting out in London in 1994 as an occasional …
Team Register, 30 Sep 2008
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The Register reaches more tech professionals than ever

Press release London, UK, July 31 The Register has marked its tenth year as the UK's top tech and science news website by publishing its best readership figures yet. An ABCe audit for April 2008 shows traffic to The Register continues to grow. Unique users hit 5.3 million, up 13 per cent year on year, while page impressions were 34.6 million …
Team Register, 31 Jul 2008
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About the website

Debian GNU/Linux MySQL jQuery — Write less, do more Vim GNU Emacs Mozilla Firefox We’re proud that The Register uses valid HTML and CSS on its pages (give or take the odd hiccough involving over-enthusiastic advertisers or eager-to-get-a-scoop journalists — if you spot any problems please let our webmaster …
Team Register, 5 Apr 2004

Contact The Register

The Register is headquartered in London, with offices in New York, San Francisco, Sydney, Southport and Edinburgh. Sales Contact a member of the team : Email: sales@theregister.com Tel: UK: 0844 854 4970 US: 925-282-3008 Int: +44 (0) 20 3699 6571 APAC Sales APAC Sales Manager Andy Nathan AMP Centre, Level 34 50 …
Team Register, 6 Feb 2004

Your Privacy and The Register

The Register is owned and operated by Situation Publishing Limited Situation Publishing Limited Unit 1 Portland Street Trading Estate 14 Portland Street Southport PR8 1LJ The Register strongly believes in the importance of keeping readers' personal information personal. It will never use your information for any use …
Team Register, 24 Jan 2003
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Get your Reg logos here

In response to the many requests we receive for Reg vulture logos, we're pleased to offer the following set of gifs: 150x150 black logo 150x150 red logo 100x100 black logo 100x100 red logo 50x50 black logo 50x50 red logo
Team Register, 15 Oct 2002
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Republishing Register content: Terms and conditions

Can we photocopy your content? Yes, for internal corporate use only. It's free of charge. You want to reprint/photocopy for external distribution i.e. for sales collateral? There's a price. And you need our permission. Can we reprint, republish your content FOC? For stuff that we own, the answer is yes if it's for personal …
Team Register, 11 Jul 2002
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How to link to The Register

You are welcome to link to The Register and any Register headline from your own website. The Register's main URL is http://www.theregister.co.uk, and our week-to-view headline index is at http://www.theregister.co.uk/week.html. We have a RSS feed you can use if you want to link to our latest headlines: http://www.theregister. …
Team Register, 11 Jul 2002