Re: Microdots ?
It's called "Smartwater" http://www.smartwater.com/
534 posts • joined 17 Jul 2008
It's called "Smartwater" http://www.smartwater.com/
It's likely one of the 90% scale replicas doing the airshow circuit.
"There was an old woman who swallowed a fly" etc.
We need some brave soul to add an amendment to a bill, which prohibits amending bills in the future.
How is it at cohabiting with another OS?
I understand Boris is trying that for the new hybrid buses.
Not for a full charge, just a quick top-up whilst at the bus stop.
" If only the laws of physics and chemistry allowed a cheap small, light, high capacity battery to be constructed..."
Or is it patent issue?
BBC also say a larger ship (capacity 19,224 containers) will be launched in 52 days.
"Sorry, but giving up your freedom for security is not an option - in fact a US President originally said that, but I guess he'd be sitting in Gitmo today for an anti-American attitude."
Ben Franklin was never El Presidente.
Someone in USA (due to last minute illness) was able to attend last year's World SciFi Convention at London Excel using one of these.
USA adds sales tax of between 0% (Oregon) & 9.45% (Tennessee) at the checkout, making the drive anything from $64.99 to $71.13
UK adds 20% VAT BEFORE the checkout, making the drive $78 (or £51.47 at today's rate), so you're right. It's a 50% markup for good old "Treasure Island"!
Stores report sudden spike in sales of Groucho Glasses & Guy Fawkes masks
And monies. What monies for drive?
The old battleaxe has been dead over a century now.
Won't someone think of the grownups?
Someone who will sneak a rider onto an unrelated, but absolutely essential bill, which bans riders on bills.
Fusion EATS hydrogen to make helium, leaving less fuel for the car!
Please force the FA to start their own subscription funded TV channel, so that I DON'T have to pay for sport I WILL NEVER WATCH!
So "disabling" TRIM support on 3rd party SSDs isn't a bug, but a feature?
This could pay for itself in days!
Don't get it from McD's. You'll get an honorable mention at the Darwin Awards!
Depending where you are, you're still in with a chance.
Some "Broadband Initiatives" (Superfast Cymru is mine) are moving EO lines onto cabinets in the exchange carpark.
I know this to be the case as it has happened to me, although line length seems to limit me to 55-65Mb/s
Google Image Search suggests the logo is an equation. "SQRT(ANS)"
Search filtering/sorting gave zero results
Buildings labelled "Stagg Industries", A busted animal cage with the sign "Grodd", etc.
But make the sound of a Fax machine signalling that it's "Out of Paper" as your outgoing message.
Laws agains junk faxes are more strictly enforced than phone calls.
It seems that you've never played the game "Whack-a-Mole"?
Some guys in the UK have been charged with assorted Terror offenses including "On-line reconnaissance of a police station and military base", AKA using Google Earth.
"Google will be just fine with a micro sd slot."
Unlikely. Google want you to upload everything to their cloud, so they (and NSA etc) can scrape your data.
Wipe would be initiated when phone _cannot_ see the security token.
Old school version would be the old "If anything happens to me, the information I have goes to the papers".
"Eh? Then what does the Settings -> Security -> Encrypt Device on my Android 4.1 phone do? Or the Settings -> Security -> Encrypt external SD card ?"
Nothing unless you switch it on. Which is what Google will do in Android L (default ON instead of OFF).
Since Plod will take a phone immediately as evidence, but leave jewellery until a suspect is booked, auto-wiping might be achieved by pairing with an NFC ring ( http://nfcring.com/ ) or similar device.
If NFC ring <> connected then return phone to factory settings.
Placing the phone in an RF-shielded bag would obviously break the connection between phone & NFC device.
Not a lot of people realize that El Presidente is only cleared to the red level of that graphic.
I could have sworn the Doctor said "It's the baggage car, but thanks for _lying_".
Well, it worked for Voda / EE vs Phones4U.
Books in my house are analog-only!
But what guarantees have MS given that this "feature" will be removed in later builds?
Mine's the one with a tinfoil hat in the pocket -->
I AM serious. And don't call me Shirley!
You understood me perfectly. PCS, not so much!
This is why patches should be issued ASAP, instead of waiting for the first Tuesday of next month.
"Then there's just the safety issues to address; personally I don't think H2 as a fuel is any more dangerous than LPG or petrol overall, but irrational public fears are still fears"
I don't know. You blow up one little zeppelin...
"Probably it runs Linux, has been hacked, and is currently serving up phishing attacks and SPAM with most of it's bandwidth...."
UK.gov runs Windows, always has, always will (as long as the brown envelopes keep arriving from Redmond)
MS Exec #1 - "Our next release will be Windows 9"
MS Exec #2 - "But MS Indonesia already announced 9 would be a free update for 8 & 8.1"
MS Exec #1 - "Bugger! We'll call it Windows 10 instead"
"Yeah, but at NASA these days it seems to all be about the ice"
That's because water ice = Oxygen to breathe & Hydrogen to burn.
Bonk fares are lower than cash ones.
Android (Don't know about Apple) has a data counter built into the settings.
I suspect it'll be more accurate than anything vendor supplied.
The same applies to "Orange Mail" - Android phones have to be tied to a GMail account anyway, so why bother with that either?
BBC now reporting "30 feared dead" - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-29399306
Try Isaac Asimov's "Lucky Starr, Space Ranger" series.