143 posts • joined 9 Apr 2008
BT openreach made BT Group £1,360million. BT Openreach is a monopoly and therefore should be a non-profit making company (as should any monoply).
We already have such systems in aircraft, TCAS for example. Which will communicate between aircraft and take appropriate avoiding action. Crucially the pilots have no choice in the matter because when there's only 2 seconds to decide if you're going to go left or right, you'd better be sure the other guy is going the other way.
Re: Don't buy a crap watch
wave-ceptor - useless piece of crap took it 2 days to work out I was in New York.
and the point is? us sysops have been re-coding servers from the beaches of the world for decades.
As the people in Google towers are flying all the time (they are never at there desks) they think rest of us do as well, which admittedly I would if I was on 2k/y
The civil service does not pay enough to have the right experienced staff to run these type of projects.
It was well over that for Selby rail crash
Cars won't be the first self drive vehicles on the road it will be buses in London and long distance night time trucking lorries on the motroways
LOHAN goes higher than that
No mention of church.net - using church towers and mircowave
Openreach should not make a profit as its a Monopoly
Its not just IT workers - you want to try a zero hours contract and see how stressed you get when you can't pay the bills or can't get a mortgage
Re: I always thought he was a bit crazy
Sounds like he is doing a Mugabe or a Kim Jong-un ie going mad, but the only problem with that is he has a self destruct button and the USA won't go in because of MAD
Funnily enough FB messenger has just been slued off from FB
Does that mean ICO will buy my local hospital new microscopes at £4 million to replace the ones that run on XP which we bought 10 years ago, and do the job very well.
After scotish independence the IT budget for Scotland will only be a couple of desk tops and a laptop for Salmon, as they won't be able to afford anything else.
Re: As a Spanish national and ONO customer...
Good luck to Spain. It can't even provide a decent mobile conections in the UK.
He will be a top flight boffin in 15 years - lets hope the UK can keep him.
Re: "the currency helps facilitate criminal activity"
Only in the USA.
Mean while in Mexico; Argentina; Panama etal. the $ is the currency of drug smugglers choice – everything can be brought outside of USA with a suitcase of green backs.
Don't worry they have already sold your Hospital records to the insurance industry so they can put up your insurance premiums.
An accountant - the best way to wreck a business
Re: So that's why they're moving to Poland
That’s problem is a making of the EC governments, any company can pay their taxes any where they like in the EC, as long as they are registered there and have a address there – don’t know why a lot more companies don’t do that.
That the problem with most Government IT Politicians get in the way. The system was designed in the '70's and be glad it still works, because there is nothing else.
That the problem with most Government IT contracts Politicians get in the way
Re: It's all about the money
Those ce marks are easily forged
It the price of the sets that get me, an fm radio is about £15 where are DAB radio is about £100. Anyway I have a web radio and I use that in the morning.
Why in three months time why not from the 1st Nov?
Re: Private circuits
Why do you think they wouldn't?
Takes too long to use the e-gates - would have used them at Stanstead but the human queue was going faster
What with this, PRISM and other things happening to the net I'm being more and more pushed to VPN and it will them and not the music industry fat cats how will get my oney.
Because they have been hoodwinked by the government. The US government is not the only one that is hoodwinking its people, and it getting very scary as we are not far away from the western governments turning into totalitarian states, and the general population is not aware.
Not doing fibre is their main problem, capping is another
Stop watching TV and they will go away.
I pay £240 to Sky so maybe Sky's prices should come down with out BT whoesale price coming down.
Re: There are many LED matrices
Do you pay high street council tax or just an Industrial Estate council tax?
flightradar24 seems to show no less aircraft than normal for Southern Britian.
Do we actully have robots?
Do we actully have robots or are they tools run by humans at the other end of a wire?
Anyone who keeps money in a bank is a fool. Romans knew how to keep money safe - were still finding it 2000 years later
I bet it will still mean I have to go into the field aross the road to a get a signal
With the V1 all he needs is a V3 to complete the set.
Re: The Shard
It does, but its just a step out of phase, and therefore we mortals can not see it.
Re: Electric supply for GAS smart meters
10-15 years - my phone battery only lasts 24 hours!
It's actually bench drill + file = fully working gun
Keeping your hand on the tiller means you know where your company is going. Once you take it off (and it is very easy to do so) it is very difficult if not impossible to get it back and if you don't your company will fail.
Paris knows all about tillers and keep her hand on it.
Looks like he was shopping at their equal to our Waitrose. If he had gone to the local market he wouldn’t have got the shopping in the car!
Re: Blocking access to Remote SMTP servers?
I hope you got your money back +10%
Which is why you should treat anything said by the wide boys of telco / ISP industry with a pinch of salt.
and in the mean time piracy continues to flourish.
Why don't publishers get it, the people who pirate their films / books wouldn't be buying them in th first place, so any profit they get from them (pirated copies) is only a plus.
I already have free 'The Cloud' thanks to Sky. It's a pity I can't use The Cloud onboard which would be alot easier than the present system Greater Anglia has, though with 50 year old rolling stock I don't expect that much.
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