Is it a sequel to Primer?
212 posts • joined 12 Jun 2008
Is it a sequel to Primer?
I downloaded the 64-bit version and let it upgrade upon which it installed the 64-bit executables into C:\Program Files (x86). This kicked off my OCD. Luckily a fresh install seems to put them in the right place.
A couple of questions spring to mind
-Will it be possible for him to start dead on the gun?
-Will he need to be debited a fraction of a second on account of frame dragging?
(Edit: thanks for doing the maths Egghead)
Providing a common kernel and Chrome browser application would have pretty much the same effect as merging the OSs - they've been doing some work towards this with Chrome Custom Tabs and the like already.
If they produce a desktop style launcher and overlapping window manager for Android then that could be their consumer laptop OS of choice, benefiting from the brand transfer from phones and tablets. ChromeOS could march on in the education sector as 'Google Schoolbook' or something similar.
It's also statistically unlikely that anyone'll win the lottery this week.
Relax - it's got the lowest tailpipe emissions of any 1000mph car on the market.
I think it goes to show that the area of the Venn diagram containing techies that have managed to reproduce is still surprisingly small.
Video calling would have been a godsend when my kids were pre-schoolers. Sadly yet another thing for which I seem to have been born a decade or so too early.
Depends on the app but some of them may not be moving their cache out of main memory - some music streaming apps, for example, may not shift previously downloaded songs without manual intervention. Try clearing the cache in the system and app settings and re-starting everything. Failing that find out which apps are the main memory hogs in settings, delete and re-install from the store.
He should do. He sounds fairly down to earth...
Women's BREAST MILK is the new 'liquid GOLD' of the internet
So men's breast milk should command an even greater premium then.
Windows 10 technical preview build 10074 installed smoothly
Build 10130, currently on the fast update loop, changes the menu and 'Metro' interfaces quite significantly from the one illustrated and is much more 8.1-like. Whether or not it's representative of the final release is anyone's guess though.
...and try to build a new one with LCD screens instead of old CRTs...
IIRC Apollo instruments were only electro-mechanical and Nixies. There must probably have been tubes in the cameras though.
You're right about Boeing though.
Must get confusing when they need to buy real gas (LPG or CNG)…
Especially as the 'L' in 'LPG' stands for 'Liquified'.
Allison Pearson complaining about the cliched language structure Pratchett used, missing the whole point that he was writing about a bunch of old heroes so would have been parodying fantasy prose...
To be fair the junction in the Venn diagram of Interesting Times and I Don't Know How She Does It readers is probably fairly slim.
It's still an experiment in progress but F-91Ws seem to be costing me approximately £11 per decade to run. Being the Bic Cristal/Honda Super Cub of watches I'd imagine that they'll still be rolling off productions lines 20 or 30 years hence in very similar form.
Since Samsung have gone to the trouble of tooling up for a very much non-standard curved screen why didn't they go the whole hog and just drop the physical Home button? Then lefties could just invert the device when not using it for making calls.
Or am I missing something here?
So long as broadcast requires any cooperation with the people from TV licensing (who keep insisting on placing offensive adverts on BBC Radio 4)
An easy way to avoid exposure to these offensive adverts is to stop listening to a service that you're not paying for.
#! was the distro keeping my 12 year old ThinkPad T41 going. Non-PAE and slow it may be but it's got the best keyboard I've ever used and a case like a trilobite. I'll have to give it viking funeral.
“In terms of whether we approached Microsoft, or Microsoft approached us, I don’t think it was either, I think it was a conversation in a bar,”
Let's see, The Flying Pig on Hills Road is handy for MS Research and, given the story, appropriately named.
It worked so well for the Alien movies.
she decided it was dark enough that she could get some sleep instead.
My dad snored audibly throughout the final two-thirds of Star Wars in 1978. Twenty years later I found myself in a similar position for The Phantom Menace. I stayed awake, but it was a close run thing.
One of the duties of a parent is having to sit through 'must see' movies on a Saturday afternoon, the worst of which in my case being, by a considerable length of chalk, Pokémon: The Movie 2000. I would honestly rather undergo dentistry than have to sit through the final hour of that for a second time.
G-Force wasn't much better but was mitigated by being presented in 3-d (so you could at least nod off behind the dark glasses without too many people noticing).
'Cortana' sounds less shit than 'OK, Google'.
I've been experimenting on my Nexus and it seems to me that it only listens for a series of four hard vowel sounds, so a chimp-like "oh ay ooh ooh" seems to work and you can even get away with "Ewah WooWoo" sometimes.
No doubt locksmiths will be bidding for bol.locks. It'll be memorable.
It would be easier to influence this if there was a link.
This is probably one of those rare occasions that you have to contact your MEP, though good luck if you find yourself trying to persuade a Kipper that the EU isn't attempting to steal our plucky British spectrum.
I have exactly the same problem and am bemused that the Outlook OWA doesn't have a default mobile-friendly format.
Try appending '/?layout=twide' (or '/?layout=tnarrow' if you're on a phone) to the end of your OWA URL. I've got it as a bookmark.*
PITA, but it works.
*May be dependent on running Exchange 2013
Then I remembered to clear the cache and it was fine after that.
Thank you for reminding me of that, my N4 now is now zipping along like before. I seem to be getting about 25-30% more out of the battery as well, which more than makes up for the few new annoyances that have arrived with Lollipop (what happened to silent mode? It seems that vibrate only is the best I can get now).
Seconded, I end up using it pretty much every day.
KeePass is worth a shout these days too.
Canal+ has been created around porn and footie
Will we see small, one man band, independent record shops ever again? I doubt it.
They've got deep pockets so ARM needs to keep that in perspective...
ARM concerned by deep pockets?
The last time that I went to 'The Deep' in Hull I had cod and chips in the cafe.
Yeah, move to Cambridge to get away from those insane house prices, crippling transport issues and high cost of living issues.
As the glass floor that the window gazing chap is standing on will discourage anybody wearing a skirt from walking across it can we say that this place has been designed with its own glass ceiling?
substitute "rich person" for "rich nerd".
"Rich male person" perhaps. One of Apple's challenges going forward is going to be persuading women to
a) Strap a huge lump of tech to their wrists at all, and
b) Keep it there long for enough to harvest enough data to satisfy their (at the moment nascent) profiling apps.
OwnCloud may 'only' offer server-side encryption but, if you're mostly accessing your files via a mobile device, it's probably the preferable option. Hard sums eat your battery.
Do I get the job?
...we don't need a reclaimed swamp in the remote south east to keep us going
Singapore; Hong Kong; Brunei; Bahrain; Taiwan; they all have the advantage of being islands. If London had been founded on the Isle of Wight it would have declared independence years ago.
Waiting is better than not at all, and one would hope that not all blocks were on the equivalent of a memory stick in rural Lincolnshire.
As you correctly point out, though, the 'value' of any crypto-currency (especially BitCoin) is entirely in the efficiency of the network. You might not mind waiting 15 minutes for confirmation if you're BCing some chewing gum or a pint, but if you were waiting that long for the price of your house then you'd sweat.
..the limiting factor in practice would be the end user's storage space though, network bandwidth is going to make the practicalities of accessing TB-sized data sets distributed on home user's PCs a challange.
I think that the idea is that it would be a backup of last resort rather than primary storage. Multiple replication would mean that some sort of BitTorrent-style peer protocol could mitigate the problems caused by wet-piece-of-string ADSL connections somewhat.
No doubt the SpaceX people have worked through all of the connotations of calling a rocket the 'V2'.
All of this safety stuff is desirable but it's just a side-effect of what Google's really after. Data-slurping and consumption devices are reaching saturation point so the only way to increase eyeball-time is to free up hours currently spent doing important but, from Google's point of view, unproductive things like driving. They'd much rather you took your eyes off of the road and fixed them onto a Google movie or updated G+. If that also happens to result in you hitting fewer pedestrians, that's great!
The article is spot on as regards Tech City.
Importing the worst of Silicon Valley’s cut-and-run VC culture hardly helps build long-term businesses. It places greater incentives on short-termism.
Luckily there are some counter-examples. One of the factors contributing to the current success of Cambridge (where Chinese graduates have been in attendance since before Xu Zhimo) is that the University's geological-style timescales leak out into it's investment culture and planning.
The field next to Addenbrooke's Hospital on which the new Biomedical Campus (to which AstraZenica are about to re-locate), for example, was earmarked for the purpose of a medical tech park in 1962 when the LMB built their first new lab at the end of Hills Road. Having been there 800 years or so the University was quite happy to wait another 50 until the moment was right to send in the JCBs.
Or you could open the Security and Privacy box and flip the 'Include online Search Results' switch to off.