Condolences to his family.
1136 posts • joined 7 Apr 2008
Condolences to his family.
Helvetica Neue is about 40KB if I remember correctly. I fail to see how changing that could increase sales. I'd say it's more likely to be due to the larger point sizes mentioned elsewhere in the article.
You'd think these sort of government services that will spike once in a blue moon would be better off with elastic infrastructure patterns.
It's a nice UI but without the ability to limit who can add/update/delete tasks or copy a new project from a template it's not a lot of use except for small teams.
Never try humour again.
It is quite easy to suspect this is just Labour going through the motions to look good to the electorate and to get a bit of a kicking into the Tories with their slim majority.
Wasn't Burnham around when Jack Straw and Jacqui Smith were proposing pretty much the same thing? Not that it would be a surprise for him to change his opinions. He seems to get a new set of opinions and convictions based on each morning's newspaper headlines.
Making things illegal (or making only the crippled versions no one wants legal) always works.
Nobody dies from heroin now that it is only available from criminals. We should learn from this example especially in relation to products that appeared to be pretty harmless in the first place.
It may turn out that it's easier to chase-the-dragon than to buy 24mg e-juices but there couldn't be any unintended health consequences. We can just make unintended consequences illegal. Then they will never happen. It all makes perfect sense.
Downvote all you want but it still isn't true. Those little arrows don't change reality.
Nope. Distribution is less of a problem if you can produce food near where it is required by, for example, making it drought-resistant.
This is untrue
@ Tim Hughes
Sorry but this is not true.
This is simply untrue.
@ Adam 52
This is untrue. Pesticide and Herbicide usage is usually reduced. That's the whole point:
This is simply untrue.
The fact you mentioned MSG makes it obvious I can ignore your comments. Get an actual education rather than picking up 'facts' from Facebook memes.
I'm not going to reply to every single one of you who says that Monsanto will eventually hold a monopoly because GM seeds are sterile and farmers will have to keep buying the seeds every year and once the monopoly is in place will jack up the price etc...
So many replies keep trotting this out as an objection 'even if the science shows they are safe...'
It's utter bollox. Totally untrue:
The only time terminator seeds have been developed is where the were specific requests or NGO pressure to make them sterile for fear of cross-contamination. And then they were never rolled out anyway.
Let me repeat: IT IS BOLLOCKS! SHUT UP!
I could link hundreds of studies that have shown this for years and regularly lose Facebook 'friends' for doing so on Facebook. That and calling their anti-vaxx bullshit dangerous nonsense.
Careful with the Patrick Moore angle though. The science doesn't need an ex-green 'name' and can stand up for itself quite nicely.
Thumbs down for the first to mention large bio-biz Mon&@^70 in a 'woo-scary' kind of fashion.
Which UK bank isn't committed to offshoring IT?
Take the redundancy and have a nice summer off.
At least someone knows what they are talking about in this thread finally.
Do you really think they aren't regulated?
"How much would you like me to lend you at 36%?"
Nothing because you haven't explained anything about how much I'm expected to pay back. You've just given me an APR. (Hint: APR is not what you think it is.)
"The commentard might not know what is better for a specific individual than they do but in general often people who need to visit loan sharks are not in the best state of mind to make that sort of decision and would probably be far better speaking to a free debt helpline."
Firstly we are not talking about loan sharks here. The non-standard credit market is regulated by the FCA. Loan sharks are not. Payday loans is a small part of the non-standard market but this action by Google would affect the non-standard market way beyond Payday Loans.
Secondly customers may need debt advice which lenders are obliged to signpost them towards. However, just as likely, they might not need debt advice, they might just need a washing machine.
The downvote button is just below...
"You have just made a very rational comment stating a self evident truth. I expect you will be down-voted really a lot."
It's not the first time I've been down-voted for stating facts here and it won't be the last :)
"Good. Because the whole point of a credit rating is an assessment of one's ability to pay the borrowed money back."
No. They are different things.
Firstly, no it isn't and secondly how do you expect people with a poor credit rating to improve their credit rating without taking out credit?
A credit rating is not the same thing as an affordability assessment. If the customer can afford the payments (which they will be checked on) then who are you to say they shouldn't be allowed credit which will allow them to build up a credit file and maybe get a better value loan from a more mainstream provider next time?
36 percent really isn't that high a rate and would preclude lending to many who haven't got a great credit rating.
I'd say the numbers completely make sense over doing it yourself for all the reasons listed by MatthewSt.
In addition you have the fact that these prices tend to decrease year on year. You don't pay for anything you aren't using yet with cloud storage so for a typical use case where you've got an archive that will build up over 5 years and only max out at the end of the 5 years you aren't paying that maximum until the end of the period where the price will have more than halved anyway.
Unfortunately typical in-house projects will demand you pay for the storage array requirements for at least the next 3 years in advance, at today's prices.
Bear in mind this is just for archiving requirements, not Tier1 storage for a DB. The economics of it just make sense provided it matches your requirements.
My wallet has not enjoyed my switch to vaping. I buy new gadgets every week and due to the safety I vape a lot more than I used to smoke :)
When every spectator gets charged for every seat in the stadium because the new ticket licensing contract doesn't recognise skin as a valid human-container.
True. I used to work with someone whose permanent home was Salt Lake City and he told me there really is nothing to do.
He didn't further elaborate along the lines of, "except wanking of course", but I read between the lines.
Stigmatising sex before marriage will lead to an increase in faps. Simple.
Japanese Fart Porn?
Lot's of COTS packages require JBOSS or WAS :/
What we really need to know is whether it can run Crysis.
If only they'd realised they could have bought the data off the UK government for a few bob.
Can't somebody just fire up a copy of Elite II and settle this?
288TB isn't an awful lot to be honest.
It's still never been explained to me why Baxter looked like a female puppet with a stick-on moustache.
This bothers me.
The modern generation are Golgofrinchians compared to their forebears.
Late 2017 is a fair way off. If I could have bought one now I might have been a bit tempted. Looks nice and goes quick (according to spec sheet) certainly.
Is regionally incorrect.
Just reviewed a document that had AaaS standing for Analytics as a Service.
I had to mark the bit where it talked about an 'AaaS-partner' as being unsuitable for issue. In fact I put a ring around it.
Can it really do games? Could I leave my desktop at home at a LAN-party?
(Man, I feel so old saying LAN-party :/)
Fappening I've heard of. Celebgate I've never heard of. Bloody prudeish retcon. Free the Fap!
I WAS the UK's LibDem voter. I feel vindicated now.
Or Soggy Biscuit
When the AI spends all it's time trying to arrange it's Go counters into a cock and balls just for a cheap giggle at the opponent's expense then it will truly be a thing to be respected.
Nostalgia. Catchy theme.