Re: selective wireless?
We have been at Shannon Limit for years, and actually it's based on Thermodynamics.
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We have been at Shannon Limit for years, and actually it's based on Thermodynamics.
" selective wireless, rather than wireline infrastructure. It’s a lot cheaper."
Also 1000x more power hungry, and 10,000 times (or much worse) capacity / speed per customer.
It's not actually even cheaper per user than fibre if a per user minimum 10Mbps at peak time and design contention of 20:1
Wireless is just a cheap way of adding undefined coverage with almost no subscriber install cost.
Only point to point microwave links give better than 10 Mbps at peak time at low contention, You don't need many users on 100Mbps LTE to see speed drop to 0.5Mbps, as the headline speed is a perfect signal at full strength and one user. For a sensible size cell with just 10 users the average can be 3Mbps.
Ancient analysis, not out of date as you can't repeal Thermodynamics.
Shorting is plain wrong and ought to be illegal. Deploying information like this is unethical.
They are conflating different issues. Also the niche French laws ought to be amended, they are not EU laws. There are EU copyright issues, but not are mentioned in the article.
Mozilla have little expertise in this and really ought to stop fiddling with Firefox GUI but fix the bugs and functionality if they are short of work.
It assumes that the residents still have connectivity and power.
Disaster recovery people need real commercial two-way radio, satellite gear and Mobile operators should drop in microwave link or satellite fed base stations.
It's hard enough to make ordinary companies be legal, never mind ethical. Trans-National ones just make sure they don't get caught.
Actually the SIM was anonymous and free with call credit from Tesco. Though some countries now ban anonymous SIM sales.
You need it for added "facebook features".
So I used a burner £10 SIM in a £15 burner phone. I use it with fake data and a penname.
Everyone saw this coming. Anyone with two braincells, otherwise why buy Whatsapp?
Facebook is a parasitical walled garden. Their privacy settings are meant to be awkward and ignored. They are making their fortune out of exploiting private information. If Regulators really cared about consumers, then Twitter, Facebook and Google would be shuttered, not because they help terrorism (they don't), but because they are the worst examples of exploitation of ordinary people. Apart from the exploitation they make bullying and spreading lies too easy.
Shame on the Media promoting and using them.
Brother Inkjets & lasers replaced Epson Inkjets and HP lasers here, they got too cost reduced about 10 years ago.
Auto correct as you type is just evil.
All the real Kindles are only USB storage!
You can connect it to XP, Win7, Linux and even Andriod phones or tablets via USB2Go adaptor cable if the Android device supports USB sticks that way.
It's not like one of those silly cameras that needs a driver, or like an iThing needing iTunes. You don't need ANY application other than a file browser, though I recommend Calibre (works almost all eReaders and many OSes).
How many other USB devices cause this?
Does turning off stupendously stupid autorun fix it?
If life evolves there, won't solar flares wipe it out periodically, given the distance?
If not, there might be inhabitants that don't want extra people settling.
Project Starshot isn't very viable. Someone was reading too much SF. The original Project Orion is more feasible.
Do railways first, then trams. Forget cars for now.
It's a programming problem.
We also don't really know how people do it and real computer AI isn't invented yet (Only domain specific expert Systems = Databases and badly Simulated Intelligence) as we don't actually even understand any form of biological learning or intelligence.
Why aren't there trains without drivers first? A much more controlled problem. Then trams. Exactly what is Google's motivation on automated cars?
1) High capacity services need fibre.
2) Radio spectrum is never going to be good at high capacity.
3) Existing Mobile Spectrum is poorly used.
4) It's called cellular because to get more overall capacity you make smaller cells.
Greed pure and simple. King David and another man's wife.
When bean counters have outsourced everything they can to the Cloud, then one day it will be like E.M. Forster's "The Machine Stops".
We will get up on a Saturday to discover no Electricity (the network management), no ATM, no phone (the billing system down), no retail POS, etc.
-- A rushed release on a Friday evening. We have near mono-culture too.
Moral: NOT better management of updates and backups by the Cloud Provider, but if anything is part of your core business, run it on your own servers. Only use 3rd Party Datacentres for your Internet presence (probably core of it your own servers, co-lo to get connectivity) or temporary collaboration.
To ditch MS Windows entirely.
Except it's not. Fake AI jargon* for a type of computer architecture vaguely inspired by biological neural networks, which are only partly understood.
* Almost all AI jargon has no relationship to the real biological world, it's designed to get grants. market expert systems (really human curated databases with interfaces based on simple parsing, written by humans. No real "self learning" or adaptation).
Lots or many, I think, thinking of entire computer, not a chip. My brain needs cooled to count that far.
I've had the windows build of wget for ages on XP, without ANY *nix shell or Powershell thing.
What applause? I never noticed any. This is a halfbaked project.
I use Linux now for everyday netbook & workstation. XP, Win98 etc on some old HW for legacy HW I/O to program old gear via serial or parallel ports.
Can UK afford a real Navy?
Does UK need one?
Which is more use, an aircraft carrier with decent mix of fighters & bombers and support defence or the Trident system?
But then Farnell was awkward in Ireland with their semi-fake Irish operation. Maybe Brexit makes them and RS irrelevant?
I don't know.
I've been getting more parts direct from China and though I used Farnell & RS since 1980s, I've not used either for about 8 years.
Yes, Amazon is destroying eInk eReader competition as they are a book seller. Sony got out. Really Kobo, Nook etc need better deals with publishers or those are doomed.
Phones at least are viable products without iTunes or support of a Telco as no Telco / Mobile/Cell operator has Google's or Amazon's scale and near monopoly. Regulators should ban KDP select and Amazon Unlimited. Anti-competitive.
Fuelled by greed to (eventually have no WiFi in Mobes and) use paid Mobile access over WiFi Frequencies.
ANY convergence (i.e. call / connection handover) between Licensed and Unlicensed spectrum should only be using EXISTING WiFi or BlueTooth. Mobile Pico and Femto cells MUST use licensed spectrum. That was working 8 years ago.
Unfortunately many regulators (Ofcom, Comreg) are only interested in looking after big Telcos. See Regulatory Capture.
Symbian 60 was poorer than other OSes Nokia had. They went bad around 2002 / 2003 killing off S80 / Crystal. Then BUYING Trolltech rather than just paying them for an S60 GUI replacement was doomed.
Nokia must have killed off 3 to 6 better alternatives than S60 for GUI before adopting Win Phone.
Nokia knew the phone handset business was doomed. They got a good deal selling it yet keeping name and all IP. Nokia still exist and have eaten Motorola and Siemens Telco Infrastructure companies..
The only useful innovations were bought in at the start, Multitouch and the GUI from Fingerworks.
Innovations like no SD card, glued in battery, cut down SIM and changing the dock are not consumer friendly.
Proposed future "enhancements" such as no 3.5mm jack socket or no physical SIM are to suit Apple, not consumers.
They tried doing a watch that needs an iPhone (many others don't need a phone or work with any BT device).
Unless there is some successful class of consumer product where is the Apple innovation possible? Replacing Mac OS and Mac Air with an iOS product that has a keyboard and stylus? Oh they did already.
Some of it is science
This on the other hand is snake oil. The article is a whitewash, but critical information is removed, see talk.
Most of Psychology is too subjective to be science. Psychometrics is 100% fake snake oil.
The study of the robot report is horribly flawed.
No awareness or AI needed. Emotion is probably easy to program. But who wants a robot or computer that sulks?
Oddly if you view page source
Also strangely though the page content is just
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He can't spell Laser
It seemed a Latte alternate to traditional use of .cmd files using all those lovely Admin utilites on the MSDN / Tech disks, for people that had never bothered to automate creation of 2,500 NT Domain user accounts automatically from the student admission database. I didn't use a Unix shell on Windows, though I had one since 1998, but couldn't see the point of Powershell for people that had actually learned how NT and all the 32 bit NT console utilities worked rather than pretending it was a DOS console.
NT3.1 came out in 1993. By 1995 some people were quite expert at Admin of NT3.5, how do you think people PROPERLY did NT Administration using script / console / automation before Powershell came out, TWELVE years later? Without Services for Unix either.
Yep. After 20 years supporting and promoting Windows I now promote Linux Mint with Mate Desktop. Easier for Windows users or admins than Win8 or Win10 if you are used NT3.5 to Windows 2008, Though even Vista was a backward step and Win7 was only a fix of it.
Since Unix Services for Windows in 1990s
Others lead MS copies ...
Oracle cloud Subscriptions
Google data slurping and "cloud"
So called "Cloud" Computing.
Certainly they might be happy to copy Facebook. They are doing very well.
x86 can't compete in portable, low power or IoT. Too expensive and too power hungry.
I remember Bubble memory in the 1970s.
They did actually make real products, but it quickly was surpassed by Flash. It was always too expensive. Certainly clever.
I've wondered if using new materials it would ever come back?
Lies for children explanation as to why it doesn't give Instant communication:
Essentially you have two randomly shuffled packs of cards that you have NOT looked at. The change to the entangled particles essentially is the same as if both packs of card are re-ordered (and still match).
When you look to see the order the entanglement is lost.
Thus by being clever you can tell if quantum entangled communication has been tampered with (a man in the middle attack may be impossible), but actual transmission of actual information is limited by light speed.
So an "ansible" or other faster than light communications isn't stopped by practical limitations but by basic physics. Only entangled particles ever "know" there has been a change. The two observers can agree to look at the same time and compare results. Obviously the agreement to look and the measurement of state are both communications limited to light speed or slower.
Like all quantum mechanics, just when you feel you've grasped it, you realise it's not comprehensible.
Daft to have such feature across VMs.
It's good to hear it can be turned off, though if you are using the so called Cloud?
I'm also always reminded of the guy in Fifth Element.
I have Space Merchants here too.
Not "low anything"
Make sure they open the correct side though.
UK Size 12 OUGHT to be 30"
Take a tape as sizes are completely inconsistent between brands or seasons.
Children's jeans may be too short and too lacking in bum/hip.
If you are 32" or more you are at higher risk of heart attack. BMI is too coarse a guide due to muscle vs fat and different body types / bones / ethnic origin.
Lifting is dangerous and poor exercise. It will add muscle, but may not make you fit.
There is only one way to be less fat. It's not more exercise, though for fitness a minimum of activity is needed. It's eating less than you burn, gradually over a long period, a fast diet lowers the metabolic rate and later you put on more weight.
Fatness, bulk, fitness and muscle are different things, though related.
Lifting is probably the worst way to lose weight or fat. Even situps does no better than a corset, it just adds muscle to pull in the fat tummy, unless there is eating reduction and some overall exercise too.
There is no magic solution (diet or exercise) other than a reduction over a year and permanent reduction in food intake. If you are very sedentary, then separately you need also some regular daily activity (even if just using the stairs frequently each day), a weekend gym workout is actually worse!
They just found a huge reserve.
Weather (wind) is the biggest issue for airships, this is what destroyed the ingenious USA airship based aircraft carriers.
See Cosmic background noise vs Frequency (rises sharply as frequency reduced), Shannon's Law (Information) and Inverse Square Law. Also dish gain is related to the cube of frequency, thus 1/10th frequency gives 1/1000th gain on same size dish.
Only spectroscopic analysis is likely to give results, starlight affected by planetary transits. Radio is good only to a few light years or a bit more if someone is pointing THEIR massive array with Gigawatts of power at us.
Linux Mint, Mate Desktop (change some default settings) and "Redmond" theme. More like windows than Win 8 or Win 10.
Unless this is a deliberate mistake?
Discredits the FBI policy they hate.
Reduces howls of indignation about the orphaning of ARM Surface tablets.
Education and proper configuration and external firewall beats ALL AV for effectiveness. 30 Years of testing proves it.
AV is part of the problem, not a solution. False sense of security substitutes for users actually paying attention and learning how to use Windows safely. UAC is also pointless.
Didn't version b of Win 95 have USB?
I've been disabling Autorun on CDs, Network Shares and USB since they existed. I remember in 1995 wonder who had the the stupid idea of Autorun. (Though maybe MS copied the idea from Amiga)