You mean LUHN.
very simple check digit
942 posts • joined 7 Apr 2008
You mean LUHN.
very simple check digit
My old F91-W is still going strong after 15 years without a battery change but the strap broke a couple of years ago :)
The 59 is similar but I can take the kids swimming with it.
John Lasseter heads up Pixar and Disney Animation Studios. They aren't that different now.
On the other hand Frozen is still filling cinemas and has sold more merchandise than anything else this year.
Even the moderately successful animation Cars which had passable box-office and DVD sales made many times more from lunch-boxes, pyjamas etc...
Frozen stuff filled most kids Santa sacks this year. The profits will be mind-boggling.
I thought they did a great job. The bricks feel the same size they do in real life. I'd never seen a CGI Lego before that looked the right scale. Also the bricks have scratches and imperfections and texture. It's quite well done tbh.
The screen and keyboard face the user. The user faces the screen and keyboard.
Albeit within a gnats chuff. Since they've already justified to HMRCs satisfaction why the profits are sent abroad (branding etc...) then where exactly is this tax supposed to bite? Except in the ballot box.
I'm not saying it's right but HMRC already accepts their arrangements.
What happens when the population starts tracking down the oldest, skinniest people they can find and imprisons them as stool-factories for the obviously good crap they have?
Is RBS as a whole going to get a bigger fine?
Keep them on a separate VLAN behind a firewall that's got some draconian rules for a start.
Is it getting it? 4.4.4 is so last month tbh...
It's not like it was a secret but fair enough for saying it. Shows a bit of balls to come out and say it and risk sales in the nuttier sections of world society.
They need to put more questions in around propensity for a 'menage a une'. Is three a day enough?
Can't they just blow up Mercury so that the comet misses?
I'm literally sat on the edge of the bog.
Forget the bollox. Only a large-scale double-blind test will prove this one way or the other.
Science > waffle
Assuming Windows if they're exploiting RDP but may be wrong.
A modern blade running VMs for better utilisation will draw 350W or so.
Large companies will pay about 8p per kW/h.
It's likely t be tidally locked.
Susceptible to flares too?
We do have 21 seconds to go!
Some mammals also have only the one pipe. Monotremes, named because of this quirk.
Does the 21 second rule hold true for Monotremata or just for Marsupials and Placental mammals?
This will be appealed up to the Supreme Court whose job it is to determine how this sits with the 4th and 5th Amendments.
Cores or vCores?
They will be contested surely.
a.) P2P is still a huge portion of the total internet traffic.
b.) Tor users are still a tiny fraction of the total internet users.
c.) P2P is very slow over Tor.
Add it all together and 90% of P2P being through Tor doesn't stack up as a feasible claim.
Same in reptiles which allows for females to create males without sex via parthenogenesis.
The trick was to get the maximum points before the kill screen.
(not that I did.)
Aren't they supposed to be using PDW rather than SQL Server?
If I remember rightly he was A head of IT not THE head of IT at HBOS.
That was his point. He was playing the consumer champion via a technical limitation that is easily rectified. It is just posturing.
Dropbox and others use SHA for the of same purpose and manage fine. The files aren't deleted if they match a banned hash but simply can't be shared. See the Dropbox article the other day.
As to your example, that's the flaw in the Megavideo model which means that content owners would never consider it as a distribution platform. Kimble is playing it as a personal storage platform but monetising it as a distribution platform. If it really was a personal storage platform then they could have taken the measures that Dropbox et al do. But they didn't want to because they would have lost users. Not all users wanted to stream copyrighted content admittedly but many did. Steps are available to reduce copyright violations as others already do but Mega chose not to take them.
Down vote away. Those are simply the facts about that part of the case. I'm saying nothing about the rest of it.
If Kimble was so worried that using MD5 hashes to identify illegal files would have falsely alerted to legal files then why didn't he just change to use a better hash like SHA? It's not rocket science.
Reminds me of when I had a gas bill from BG many years ago that was ridiculous. I persuaded endless bods on the phone that I didn't owe it but still the demand letters and bailiff threats came.
I'm sure they're much better now though.
Isn't 4.0.4. ICS rather than Jelly Bean?
Organic claims to be both healthier and better for the environment without proving either. Some light reading. Plenty more out there:
I suspect, although noone has absolute proof, that it all rather depends on the individual application of organic or non-organic farming.
Flavour's a different matter. Personal choice init.
It may have the disadvantage of being proprietary but the Lightning connector is so much better than micro USB. Hopefully this has copied all the good bits.
Most companies don't write all their own software so even if they like the MS stack they may buy a product which requires Oracle. Happens all the time.
iPhone 4 still isn't entry-level at £200. You can get a vastly superior Moto G for £100. Also the ship may have sailed on iOS if the vast majority of phones already ship with the Google walled-garden.
(Not an anti-Apple rant. I have a 5S as well as a Moto G and enjoy both.)
...but I need to know.
Was it a boy or girl doggie? Was he the active partner? Had the dog been trained with treats? Did he use protection?
I shouldn't need to know. But I do.
Terminator Seeds scary stuff or just a myth?
Well we'll see which methods work best in the coming years. What's the harm in other options?
I suppose you also get the laptop format and can pay consumer prices for cheap laptops.
Presumably the reason to choose Chrome workstations over Wyse terminals would be the promise that over time you'd hope some apps would be ported to web apps or SaaS therefore meaning you wouldn't have as much need for virtualised app servers? Otherwise there wouldn't be a lot of difference.
Presumably some kind of red dwarf judging by the age?
I can't see it going down too well with most IT Security teams. Assuming the Windows bit goes on your corporate network, the Android bit probably won't be allowed and will be relegated to the public network. Yet they are connected and share files? I can see Security minds boggling right now.
How can I post that the resolution is too low unless you tell me it?
That's kinda the point. You can see how well they did at predicting last year.
(The answer is BADLY if you can't be arsed to look.)
Here's what psychics predicted for 2013:
Unless they are keeping their real predictions off the interwebz cos of spooky reasons...
Is there a version with vPro?