16 posts • joined Wednesday 2nd April 2008 01:28 GMT
Of course, able to track the animals back through generations, records of what they are fed and any injections are things any commercial farm is obliged to do. You should see the stuff you need to record for PIGS!
Changed their minds?
Why would you say they changed their minds?
The first announcement said they will no longer support *DOWNLOADING* old MS Office formats, so does the second.
They only re-worded it to make it more clear it was only downloading/exporting they were talking about. Nothing changed.
Did better than I did
I lasted a little under an hour of use before I had to give up, it took longer to install it.
Got stuck on the "pictures" screen, unable to leave. No icons, no menus, no way to navigate back to that odd start screen. Only way out I could find was to hard power down the machine
I found out later that you may be able to press the Windows key, which this (old, but fantastic key feel) keyboard doesn't have
People say there is proof but where is it?
I've read a lot of the links posted here, and followed links from there elsewhere and from what I can tell there has never been any proof.
No scientific journal would publish his paper, so he self published on his blog. The paper itself leaves out a lot of information
In fact the only scientific article I could find was one that questioned his press releases, mostly talking about the fact the machine produces too much copper
No idea if his machine works or not, but if people keep saying "there is proof" I'd like a published paper from Rosi showing it and several other laboratories able to reproduce the results.
Small business, thats me
I fall in the range of a small business (Entirely Internet reliant) that can't really justify the 2k a month for a corporate account. I'm getting by with a 1tb ADSL2 which is good enough.
In my little industry, I know a half a dozen other companies I do business with that are in the same situation. Dunno if the NBN is any good, or crap, or too expensive, or the devils work... but for us (Small Bus.) it's fantastic!
A fool and his money?
Doesn't really make any difference if the bonus was in cash or German Christmas Dumplings
Employee was specifically told, multiple times, not to do something
Employee did that thing for 5 minutes of Internet Fame amongst his buddies
I'd have sacked him too
Using the wrong meaning of defense
I thin the above posters, @cartercole and @lou may be reading the word "defense" incorrectly
The person quoted is a general, he doesn't mean "firewalls and making sure your PHP is safe" sort of defense, he is talking about the military meaning of the word
In other words, you fight an enemy offensively or defensively. When fighting defensively you may allow them to come to you, and pound themselves against your walls or trenches and you kill them there
Obviously, in cyberwarfare, allowing hackers to attack your site deliberately to "kill" them as they do so isn't going to do anything.... You "must" fight offensively, seek their strong holds out and kill them where they live.
@ Tazer as ana alternative to simpyl talking to someone = bad
Yeah, chatting to screaming, naked druggie always works...
It's a wonder that all those people being stalked by ex's for 20 years, who stand outside their house at 4 in the morning screaming abuse (then begging to be forgiven, then screaming abuse) don't try this easy, fail proof method method
(Whats the end sarcasm tag again?)
Errr.... yeah right...
> and will keep you out of the douche "i've got an iPhone, I'm cool" category.
Yeah... no it won't... There will just be a new category "I've got a google phone. I'm alternative!"
I still want one though :(
It's worth the wait
I've been running it on a work machine now for a few months as has several other people in my company. Frankly, a beta version of Win7 was an order of magnitude better than a release copy of Vista
> The arachnids of the Devonian period got not bigger than 2 meters.
You say that like it is a good thing...
I don't understand this article.
It's not April the first, and there is nothing in the article body (or video) that directly implies it is a joke, but rather both take the idea seriously.
The video contents however, are technically impossibly and patently ridiculous.
Is this a joke video the author didn't get? Or is the article itself so deep, filled with extended irony, that it went over my head completly? (Probably the latter, I don't mind that, I'd just like to know)
> "Rooted in the Jesuit tradition" is particularly funny if considered from an Australian perspective.
Well, that sort of depends on your recollections of the Jesuit School you used to go to doesn't it? :)
Couple of videos available
Even a radio interview on YouTube
Same old same old
It is always a "Quiet white male over the age of 30 who has problems fitting in at work, a loner who has trouble in social situations"... *always*
That bloody software probably has one button and a messagebox that pops up with that exact same message over and over
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