Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hicl Inf. C LSE:HIC London Ordinary Share GG00B5SNML04 C SHS 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 103.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Hicl Inf. C Share Discussion Threads

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16/3/2003
10:12
can also be adapted to plug into any "port"
cheesehead
16/3/2003
10:11
dell's scotch whisky
cheesehead
16/3/2003
10:08
waldron So when your car gets stopped by the police after that late party and you are asked to "blow into this,Sir!" you claim that you have just been refuelling your laptop? LOL!
infamous academy
15/3/2003
23:41
Oh yes. Considerably. (Copyright John Major, 1990-97. All rights reserved)
ashtongray
15/3/2003
19:06
Don't wish to spoil the party (hic!) but drinking methanol not a good idea...
ashtongray
15/3/2003
16:31
Japanese version fueled with Saké Russian version fueled with Vodka French version fueled with cognac etc etc hic.
waldron
15/3/2003
16:27
Does it go faster if you breath on it when you've had a few?
m.t.glass
15/3/2003
16:11
See BBC article Toshiba has unveiled a prototype fuel cell it hopes will become the power source for laptops in the future... The fuel cell breaks down methanol to generate power and, Toshiba claims, will provide enough juice to run a laptop for about five hours....Toshiba hopes to put the fuel cell on sale in early 2004... .....Mr Akashi said the commercial versions will be slightly larger than existing lithium-ion batteries and use the same power interfaces so they should work with older laptops.... ...Existing laptops should get about five hours of work time out of a fuel cell, said Mr Akashi. Laptops that use Intel's Centrino chipset that minimise power use should get up to 20% more time... ...Future versions of the fuel cell should be able to power a laptop for about 10 hours. Toshiba is also working on fuel cells for PDAs and cellphones.....
m.t.glass
02/1/2003
10:30
Mustard Gas, Bubonic Plague and a dash of Sarin Love Saddam!!
pommy
01/1/2003
23:11
monkey Pimms. 1/3 pimms. 1/3 gin 1/3 champagne a few mint leaves on top. yum yum
theape
01/1/2003
17:51
The usual mixture for our local foxhunt members and shoot was a mixture that did the job it was supposed to do.It kept you warm for a few hours till you got back home. It was 50% Dark Rum And 50% Drambuie. Great if you soaked to the skin. Regards ,Moneybags
moneybags
04/3/2002
13:59
Apropos nothing at all really (except I used to live around there) - but fans of locally-made beers might want to watch Working Lunch (BBC2 12:30) tomorrow (Tues 5 Mar) when o/b reporter Rob visits Hook Norton brewery. Everything there is still driven by a steam engine installed in 1899 (including the website - judging by the speed of navigation: http://www.hook-norton-brewery.co.uk ) and deliveries to nearby N.Oxfordshire pubs are still made by horse & cart. Not sure if they still hold twice-yearly public open day/tours, but those were always worth going to (from what I remembered later). Not the greatest beers, but OK.
m.t.glass
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