Re: A new kind of scratch monkey
Taking rendezvous with doctor Sigmund...
10779 posts • joined 3 Jun 2008
Taking rendezvous with doctor Sigmund...
But the question is how logical is it that she's the only one who was monitored, how likely is it that she was the German person the NSA was watching?
I misread that as "mounted", I hope I am not the only one.
But 'twas all legal! Ingsoc has all the paperwork to prove it.
If you are done, I can invite you to have a visit with my local mayor...
And maybe Stephen Fry for the tour description. For the LULZ.
This reactionary drive will get you nowhere!
How exactly will beancounter mannage improve a space expedition?
It's not even kawaii enough to be a good copy of a Japanese Chibi Moe Spacerobot (with or without schoolgirl attendance).
Come on , China, get a grip!
Yep, state doesn't like much competition.
This was all just a matter of time.
"We define what money laundering is, and you did it."
"GOOGLING A POLITICIAN" == Replace it with higher-quality AI from the Choc Factory. Guaranteed 100% non-sociopathic!
Plasticky face, no baby petting and robotic demeanour will be (welcome?) side-effects of high intelligence, no ego problems and actually logical and consistent behaviour!
Clearly a Tibetan take on the afterlife. Stay away from the red light of Other Devices!
"We have a fix in an upcoming software update for a bug that can occasionally cause a home screen crash"
"This is great news because I've been shocked how often these reboots/crashes have been occurring since moving to iOS7 last Autumn"
So "occasionally" or "often"?
With a few notable exceptions, the "progressive" media matrix – the lefty pundits, thinktanks, academics, and activists who make up the Democratic party’s core intellectual constituency – have reacted to the Snowden revelations with hysterical denunciations, not of the government but of the leaker: the hate emanating from the MSNBC studios is hot enough to burn if you get too close to your television. And it’s not just the pundits: Norman Soloman rightly called the response from progressive Democrats in Congress "murky," and that’s certainly an understatement. Sure, some of this can be attributed to partisanship, but there’s an ideological motivation for this illiberal stance as well. ...
[Progressive historian Sean Wilentz in The New Republic] – whose work has focused on the role of race and class in American politics – digs up morsels of Internet commentary by Snowden in order to show he’s ideologically suspect. The piece has all the hallmarks of a Pravda polemic, circa 1933, which purports to demonstrate that Stalin’s critics are Trotskyite wreckers on Hitler’s payroll. There is no treatment of Snowden’s claim that the NSA’s intrusive programs violate the Fourth Amendment, or that such a comprehensive spying apparatus conducted in secret represents a mortal threat to our democracy: instead, Snowden, Greenwald, and Julian Assange are given an ideological litmus test at the end of which they are diagnosed as …. libertarians!
This is their "crime."
Wilentz cites an Internet posting in which Snowden writes: "It’s my only gun, but I love it to death." This is the Professor’s first clue that Snowden is Not One of Us: "The Walther P22," he avers, "a fairly standard handgun, is not especially fearsome, but Snowden’s affection for it hinted at some of his developing affinities." Why, he probably watches "Duck Dynasty"!
Horrors! But there’s worse to come....
Snowden is at this point so out of the loop
So how's the weather in the Big Government Tank in Virginia and so you actually believe you will get pension checks from Uncle Sam later in life?
So what good is this?
1) Microsoft-proprietary "IP" that Microsoft wants to flog but where everyone has to be toll-gated for --> Dead on arrival
2) Microsoft-proprietary "IP" that Microsoft wants use in-house only --> Dead on arrival
And seriously, no prior art?
Well, people can't into history of science shocker. Ask anyone inside the UK about Turing and get the same blank look.
Humans pull themselves out of universal utter shite a bit => It was God!! (this actually means, as member of God's Own Franchise, "pay me")
Living standards improve => This is bad. You must put scare quotes around "better off". Believe in solidarity and communitarian lifestyle instead!! Repent!!!
It's like having an economist professsor tell you that your lifestyle is rotten, too affluent and somehow undeserved (why are you putting tail fins on your car?) - definitely not socialistic enough - and that you better get on with the War On Poverty. Yeah John Kenneth Galbraith, I'm looking at you.
He even posts regular pictures of his doge and blogs about vegetarian menu recipes and the legendary outings with his pal, Stalin, where they remove the kebab.
Even Nokia Siemens Networks is now an un-word.
Oh well. The last action will be the issue of a phone with an additional "Windows" key, then.
And I have to say: I just had a cheapo Nokia Asha in my hand. And I have to say... Do these people write unintuitive dreck interfaces worse than those thrown together by spotty-face sophomores for the fun of it? Is management running interference on correct product design and usability testing? Are there only two developers at Nokia's mobile software division? Is the deep reason of FAIL the northern "third way" semi-socialistic model? It's practically deliberate....
> steampunk Deathstar?
Not enough bronze.
Meanwhile, we have to do with the whole gamut from mercantilism to lawyer-fueled monopolism.
And frankly, in Oracle's place, I would call this unlicensed support "terrorism", because it terrorizes Larry and one never knows to what shady, beturbaned underground figures the proceeds of this fly-by-night support might eventually go. Certainly not into the pocket of upstanding american companies that have nothing to hide.
> Not like a herd
Yeah, I have a mobile with a specially dedicated "Facebook" key on it... WHY?
I don't even have a data plan.
"Upon which progressotards in the forums saw their hotspots pushed, which were not of the nature liberated in the sexual revolution, rioted and started calling names, verily because their belief systems were bent and twisted and they didn't care about that starstuff when all was said and done."
In that far away galaxy, Space Obama had just announced Space Obamacare, when the Supernova ruined the announcement, rendering healthcare not mandatory but null and void.
This discussion has been had and was buried dead.
Oh God, why?
Dimension = free variable.
In classical space at time "t", 3 real-valued coordinates suffice to describe the position of a "mass point".
With two particles, you need 6 real-valued coordinates. The space of two particles has 6 dimensions! (Why 3 + 3 instead of 3 x 3? Dunno, lol!)
Same here: 27 complex values => 27 dimensions.
No, it is just the size of a teeny tweeny Hilbert space.
Around the time the war in Iraq was won.
> don't have to comply with
> What's your point?
Why does one have to explain this? It's like having to explain how a car engine works at a NASCAR meetup.
because it is considered incredibly secure
It is also considered incredibly non-GPL
Someone needs to pay the legals, too.
> progressive liberal campaign
Unless this is the across-the-pond "liberal" (the dictatorship of the taxing neurotics)
So what was the manufacturing date on the 40'000+ hour drives?
Also, time to re-read True Names.
In the once upon a time days of the First Age of Magic, the prudent sorcerer regarded his own true name as his most valued possession but also the greatest threat to his continued good health, for - the stories go - once an enemy, even a weak unskilled enemy, learned the sorcerer's true name, then routine and widely known spells could destroy or enslave even the most powerful. As times passed, and we graduated to the Age of Reason and thence to the first and second industrial revolutions, such notions were discredited. Now it seems that the Wheel has turned full circle (even if there never really was a First Age) and we are back to worrying about true names again:
The first hint Mr. Slippery had that his own True Name might be known - and, for that matter, known to the Great Enemy - came with the appearance of two black Lincolns humming up the long dirt driveway that stretched through the dripping pine forest down to Road 29. Roger Pollack was in his garden weeding, had been there nearly the whole morning, enjoying the barely perceptible drizzle and the overcast, and trying to find the initiative to go inside and do work that actually makes money. He looked up the moment the intruders turned, wheels squealing, into his driveway. Thirty seconds passed, and the cars came out of the third-generation forest to pull up beside and behind Pollack's Honda. Four heavyset men and a hard-looking female piled out, started purposefully across his well-tended cabbage patch, crushing tender young plants with a disregard which told Roger that this was no social call.
Yes, just you.
That would be like emulating a pink-painted Death Star.
Surely there must be a new hope?
That kinda stuff is being pretty much very well indeed simulated on them supercomputers.
No extra crank stuff needed except dark ingredients.
I do think we have ourselves a winner.
I think just settling on the BB is lazy
That's right, I'm totally down with the WinPho theory. There are just two or three other retards with me here, room's pretty empty. We can have a beer, talk smack ...
Where is Mittal?
Hitachi results as in the early 2000's
That's 13 years ago, so probably not really relevant.
But Google kept schtum about the drive makers.
“dead on arrival on arrival”…
Correct if you need an RMA sandwich.
> Using desktop drives in a 24/7 environment will kill them.
> RAID ... exacerbates the failures
[Dubious statement - Discuss]
Why do they put STOCKTICKERS behind COMPANY NAMES IN THE ARTICLE?
Stockwanking taken too far? I assure you not! It's for people with financial nous that mere mortals cannot reach!!
Meanwhile, China is making a creaking sound. Bizarre, it sounds like U-Boat that is reaching crush debt, are you sure those bank reinforcements are sufficiently str--- CARRIER LOST.
..but life goes on.