Re: Looking forward to it
Bah - £50k
Finger trouble, brain trouble - take your pick.
879 posts • joined 19 May 2008
Bah - £50k
Finger trouble, brain trouble - take your pick.
"We were going to call it model E for a while and then Ford sued us saying it wanted to use the Model E," he claimed.
So Ford don't even HAVE a model E - they want to use it.
Who released their announcement first?
Maybe they should use their own initial? the Tesla (Model) T...
Entry level Model s is £50, so £<$ in this instance.
Simulate null data.
So when the app asks to read SMS you can either deny it, or pass it an empty list.
When it asks to send you can either deny, or accept the message and then discard it.
When it asks for location you can tell it you're in Greeenwhich (or some other selected place) or tell it to sod off...
in building a CDN we had devices to go into ISP networks which would improve service for their customers without excessive cost in term of u8pstream bandwidth for the ISP.
Surely that is the way for disney/bbc/sky to "prioritise" their traffic?
Then you can put your own root CA on as a TXT record, and sign your own certs.
You still have to trust the Root DNS certs, but they've demonstrated themselves pretty responsibly up to this point
> Where does the energy come from?
Generally the sun, although nuclear fission (i.e. previous generation stars) is a good source as well. Interestingly of course the energy comes from large static engines which can have emissions monitored and or reduced by scrubbing tech - which would instantly retroactively apply to all vehicles on the road/track.
> Who has to deal with the pollution involved in production of both parts & energy?
This is different in what way to other fuels? Of course the death rate from digging up oil is quite high. The parts are fairly simple, the battery technology is kind of the point of this sort of endeavour.
> Can I do a 680 mile round-trip in one day? (Me, today, Sonoma to Solvang & back).
Yes you can, although probbaly not in one of these, but then you couldn't do that in an F1 car either.
> What is the cost of recycling once the various bits are b0rked?
Not too bad - the batterries will last a fair while (although obviously less in the performance oriented formula than in the real world). I think Tesla reckon on 8-10 years in the cars before they degrade to 80%
Then they can be grid level storage (UPS for your house) for a decade, and then some 98% of the materials are economically recovered.
> Bottom line: This technology hasn't really been thought out thoroughly.
New bottom line - you haven't grasped the point, or looked at the tech lifecycle.
requiring continued security updates for all software in use by some (sane) number of users in this country.
Still waiting for a low power, OK speed (mostly sequential), insane capacity and drop dead low price storage.
If ReRAM is as good as it sounds then great - but a big fat slow SSD will do the job quite happily - at an appropriate price point obviously.
These things always come in at the top of the market.
Where was ABS introduced? Electric windows? virtually anything else you now consider standard.
Probably in the Merc S Class...
How is this different to people putting their own aerial up.
Can I use my DVR at home? Yes (ignore the fact that I don't have a TV license for the moment)
Can I use a PC as a DVR at home? Yes
Can I then watch something off that PC/DVR at home? Yes
Can I stream something from my PC/DVR to a smart TV at home? Yes
Can I take that PC/DVR to my parents house and watch things I recorded earlier?
- I assume this is equivalent (legally) to carrying a VHS cassette...
Interestingly: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2003/2498/regulation/19/made isn't clear on the issue. Time shifting is legal, but space shifting may or may not be.
Either that magnet is so strong that the phone will break when I try to remove it, or it's weak enough that the first time I stray off a velodrome it will jump off and smash under the wheels of the following truck.
rear view is easily accomplished by high tech things called "mirrors", lights are easily powered by a hub dynamo, and many will aurtomatically turn on when weather conditions suggest it would be useful (it's not a requirement to have lights/reflectors on a bike until sunset in the UK, even if the weather is really dark - it is a good idea though!)
Ride logging is easily accomplished using a £30 logger (or any smartphone/tablet)
What I would like to have is a box which takes:
- GPS signal from the sky
- 2*external HD camera connections
- ANT/Bluetooth (probably two versions for HR or cadence sensors)
- Simple relay based cadence sensor (wired)
- External power - preferably dynamo driven, USB is acceptable
- SD card for video/gps logging
This would activate when power was applied, and shutdown when power went away (leaving enough in the supercap to keep date/last location for GPS quickstart and enough to flush data to the card)
Record in 5 minute segments, with no dropped frame, GPS/HR/cadence data applied as subtitles or an associated XML file (or both - the format isn't that far off, and SD card space is cheap)
When running out of room delete the oldest data.
That's almost cheap enough to get a pile to run as a NAS.
After all, at home I want large amounts of data avaialble quickly, but low iops and sequential reads only need to saturate a 100Mb/s ethernet link (maybe 2).
Just give me my big, slow, power supping, ssd already?
Unless you produce yourowm power...
700,000 miles, rear ended once. That's no accidents driving an average distance every year until you are 87.
Bring them on.
Less bad than smoke, I'll agree, but it certainly isn't "just water"
Also cost a few pence per tablet, once you've made the first one at a cost of several billion $currency.
The unit cost is one part of retail - r&d is also only one part in this area. Support, ongoing software changes, server infrastructure (the NSA doesn't pay for it all)
before that third launch? Was it meant to be afterthe third launch?
Answers to those questions rather change the grounds of the injunction...
Where is my limited rewrite, slow, HUGE CAPACITY flash drive.
With an average car in the UK doing about 10k miles, and assuming ~1 car per driver, the average person will accumulate 700,000 miles at about their 87th birthday...
As I've said elsewhere I much prefer the failure modes of these cars to those with a nut behind the wheel...
They would know who arrived first and proceed appropriately.
They would *know* who arrived first to tiny fractions of a second.
The failure mode can be "slow down amd work out what to do" rather then "Oh, I didn't bother looking"
That's a big plus right there...
Doesn't quite follow the spirit of the challenge though does it.
Only a few people can do that - and in the places where £5 would be considered luxury - they don't have supermarkets literally throwing food away...
I want a BIG, slow SSD and am willing to take poor rewrite lifetime (assuming reads aren't limited) for it.
Warm archiving in datacentres, and at home would be so much nicer - I have alot of DVDs archived to disk, but that's alot of spinning rust - when a big, slow SSD would do well...
The science is easy, it's the engineering that's tough.
Now - who has the psion 5 patents again?
And here is me thinking that a data centre is likely to have a fairly predictable load, probably verging on absolutely static, since the compute resources are being used as nuch as possible.
Even when service usage drops in the middle of the night (erm, when is that on earth?) background tasks can be used to keep the utilization high....
Isn't that virtually a shoe in for a nuke power source?
Or of course a whole month's worth which blow up after some (short) period due to a small failure copied to all of them...
Consistency is nothing without quality
Surely there are three class action suits here then...
What was wrong with barrel connectors? robust and "any way round" meant just that...
interactions have they seen/year - against how many neutrinos?
Hence the feature phone with 3G and Bluetooth.
I'd not call the Nokia C3-01 smart - but it provides me with my data connection (which costs ~£5pcm)
OK, not for alot of data, but I've only exceeded 50MB in a month once, and my package is more than that...
Why 4" screen. get a dumb phone, e-ink on that.
3G radio and BT for tethering.
Then the phone does it's bit well, and your tablet/pc can do the bit that it does well...
Doing it through legislation is the correct process.
Why is that double standards - one requires some discussion and/or work on the part of the government.
(Second hand from my M-in-Law) Why?
Because it has a battery that will last for a decent time (nearly 24 hours now and it's still reporting 4 bars of 4).
It does HDPA (3.5g) data connectivity, and when I paired with my Nexus7 the tablet has a "use this device for internet access" checkbox - it just worked.
So I now have a phone that sounds good as a phone (as in everyone I've spoken to on the phone has said it sounds better before they knew I'd changed the phone), and provides me with a data connection for my actual smart device.
What issues do I now face?
- SMS sync to Gmail - I've found that useful over the past 3-4 years
- Data usage counter - I'd like to find a decent counter to ensure I don't blat my allowance
(I should note that I have WiFi practically everywhere, so my data allowance is small - but easily adequate for my modest needs)
That I can configure to return an empty contacts list, a random location etc. etc. to apps unless I've whitelisted their use of said data.
And why is nuclear only suitable for baseloads?
Is it because you only think in terms of first generation BWR? LFTRs have no problem with adjusting their production - they don't suffer from Xenon poisoning (which is why BWR reactors *are* baseload generators)
And for those of us who don't see junk mail (either because the dog eats it or someone else recycles it, or because the whole lot is instantly recycled) and haven't visited a GP in a couple of months....
Stupid process - should be a simple question at your next appt. (or next routine hospital visit if that's sooner)
If there was one in a shop in town then I'd pay to use it, but there is no way I can justify the outlay.
Maybe it's a business opportunity I'm missing, or maybe mail order has it all sewn up. When amazon are doing drone deliveries then they should invest in some...
Quite a few non lego parts in there.
Pretty cool idea though...
I'll let *that* use the net...
Disaster zones, avalanch le recovery etc..
I measure storage in bytes, or maybe floppy discs...
To identify an organisation type? Commercial, non profit, network...
To identify the country of operation (even if not tax operation)?
SLDs then perform country based versions of the above.
WTF does *.google. provide? An incomplete looking URL... in the current world of search first, find URL later if at all, I can't recall the last time I tapped in a whole URL to a web browser (actually I can, I was configuring a new remote access system, typed it once, bookmarked it) so it breaks recognition and saves 4 characters of typing in extremely rare cases.
Is surely a better tool to use in this discussion...
Or even any of the many great artists who have reused canvases...