You're probably right, thank you. Clearly I needed more coffee
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"Windows 10 IoT Core is an oddity in that while it does have a GUI stack, it is limited to Microsoft’s Universal App Platform (UAP)"
"Note that IoT Core is not limited to UAP apps."
Anyone else confused?
My partner didn't receive a polling card; we spoke to the council who told us that she was registered and to just turn up; fortunately she is on the list at the station. We aren't in London, but it seems similar issues have occurred elsewhere, but our council was switched on enough to deal with it...
Re: WHAT DID YOU FUCKING SAY TO ME???
" I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it"
You owe me a new KB
Re: Obsolete? Upgrade?
More than that, it requires an iOS device to work. You won't still be using your iPhone 6 in a decade. And I suspect that when the iPhone 8 comes out with iOs 10 or whatever,. it will have dropped support for the first gen Watch, to force the cultists to upgrade anyway.
Re: NTP - to correct "wrong kind of heart"
Would that be the Nookie Transmission Protocol then?
if that were the case, why listen to US companies?
I also find it interesting that 6 of the 19 are German..
Never heard of Foundem either..
This all strikes me as 'My product isn't good enough to beat the 'Merkin company,waah, daddy EU legislate me some market share' whining by a bunch of also-rans, whereby there will be court cases for years, there will be a fine, google will have to add 'did you mean to search with bing?' labels on their search listings, the EU bureaucrats all shake hands with each other and pontificate on what a great job they did, while the consumers all continue using Google because it is good enough, but now more annoying due to the extra crap they're forced to add. So they use a non-eu TLD version instead, like with the right to rape kids and have it deleted^w^w^w^w^w^wbe forgotten charade.
TL:DR; its total shit that will do nothing but annoy consumers slightly and make lawyers rich while demonstrably changing nothing.
Where do you put the /good/ excrement, an iMac mini?
Re: All in 1366x768!!
I think the 16:9 ratio is due to the panels being mass produced for TV use, which makes them cheap to procure
Your algebra is flawed
Re: Sounds like a Mental Health Institution
"I like OSS, but I don't believe that it is immune from "Ego, politics, and lies"."
See: Linus Torvalds
Re: How many of these are using Google as their address bar?
I had to google that phrase. Your comment is already tagged (and the only hit, too) :P
Re: What you have to remember
in my day, we called em 'Null Modem Cables'...
Re: @ ChrisZ Advanced Motoring
"I believe they call it defensive driving to always assume everyone else outside of your own vehicle might an idiot."
Having spent years on a motorcycle, I live by that creed, albeit in the slightly elongated form "Assume everyone else on the road who is an idiot who is trying to kill you"
Riding a motorcycle makes you much more aware of what is going on in the road ahead of you; you're typically looking further ahead, aware of that person coming to the junction who may just pull out in front of you, or that car parked near an intersection so visibility of both parties at said intersection cannot see each other.
My pet hate is people in these ridiculously long vehicles who actually nose out into traffic just so they can see; I dread to think how many cyclists have been caught out by these... (though don't get me started on cyclists; red lights are for all road users, including you, don't blindly cycle through them like you own the road!). Is there a competition between german car manufacturers to a) sell to the biggest douches; b) see how close they can egt to getting the driver sitting in the boot?
Re: pushbike headlamps
Isn't it technically illegal for the flashing lights to be mounted on the bike itself, I was under the impression that flashing modes were only for when the lights are mounted on the cyclist themselves...
m = milli; µ = micro
As much as I love Star Wars (The Original Trilogy, of course), I still marvel at their slower-than-light lasers.
Re: No wonder Americans are scared
Since it is now obligitory to link this when referring to Fukushima here..
I have a Nokia TV. Branded Granada though IIRC.. I think a lot of their stuff was rebadged by the rent-a-telly crowd back in the day.....
Re: I can hear the piano now.
I remember being in France, with a friend of mine, heading along the high street in this small town , gleefully singing this at the top of our voices. Good times....
well I'm up in the lake district this weekend so you know it's going to be thrashing it down for me!
I managed to see them from suburban Derbyshire last year
"Vittu" is indeed the Finnish variant of the C-word.
I once saw a car on the M1 with the reg plate "V1TTU"
I wonder if he knew....
It would be, except the amount of people who use blank passwords and easily guessable usernames means that being able to guess your way in would be trivial in a lot of cases.... especially since these people are the type not to have adequate firewalling in place.
Re: @ AC
There's an awful lot of After RotJ books that are officially Canon - well, that is to say, they /were/... they could do a lot worse than make Timothy Zahn's Thrawn trilogy...
Palp[atine, Vader and the Second Death Star may be gone, but by no means were all of the Empire's forces destroyed at Endor. Now, various Admirals etc, each with their own fleet, are warlords, vying to either unite the remnants of the Empire under themselves, or hold onto their own feifdoms. At the same time, you have the Rebel Alliance forming the New Republic, Luke going renegade and back again trying to resurrect the Jedi order... there's plenty that could be done.
I just hope they don't invalidate the twenty-odd years of post- RotJ canon with the kind of twoddle Eps 1-3 inflicted upon the saga....
I fear we are kindred spirits... I have a huge collection of old consoles, including most of those in your (very impressive) picture and an old SPARC Station 5... has to throw out the old Sun 20" CRT when I last moved (it was enormous and very heavy) so it goes unused, my dreams of having a fanless *Ux firewall/server dashed, when I could never get the Wyse serial terminal to work with it (I still have that, green on black).. and I never did find a connector to convert the Sun 15D3 or whatever it was video port to VGA...
I love the internal design of the SS5, so clean and minimalistic and functional...
Also got about 5 old PC boxes (I left 10 I'd acquired behind as well when I moved), 3 boxes of cables, a 386 compaq laptop (runs and boots still! Has the weird trackball built into the lid)...
Actually, they _did_ implement such a measure... but only for levelling content. Every 8 hours your character is left unplayed in an inn, you will gain double the XP from killing creatures for the next 5% of your level.
They were originally going to have a 'fatigued' status for your character, so that beyond a certain point, you would only gain 50% XP until you rested, but that caused such a fuss, they gave you 'rested' xp bonus, and then doubled the XP needed to gain each level, thus having the same net effect, but without the QQ.
Of course, the real hardcore spend all of their time at max level, and this does nothign to impact them..
Surely that picture is not the antenna itself, but the chip that controls it? As others have said, the antenna would be a wire somewhere else within the device. Antennas themselves are merely dumb signal colectors/senders, the clever part is in the chippery that controls them...
I wasn't aware that the business had passed into such shady hands... I shall stop using and reccommending this software now.
It raised a smile to se my alma mater UMIST mentioned. T'was a sad day when it was merged into University of Manchester...
Interesting to see the research going into these issues; I had no idea rivets accounted for so much of a plane's weight.
Thats because no-one will dare tread in the middle ground, as it is now DMZ and chock-full of land mines.
NSN posted a lower loss than a year ago, with net sales up 20 per cent to €3.642
Wow, a whole three and a half euros! That's almost four euros!
...does that include support for the virtual XP they've been shipping with 7?
Also 1000 Days is less than 3 years.
I'm David Beckham, and Harper Seven was my idea!
if it wasnt for the bleeding heart scaremonger greens, we could have fitted them with small nuclear generators and then they wouldn't have needed solar power. Even on explosion i doubt it would have been much worse than Fukushima (itself a miracle triumph considering what battered the reactors there)
..think maybe he'd watched a little too much The IT Crowd?
I also assumed Not Safe For Most People
Two Hours W.O.O.
I think they've been talking to the king fo the potato people....
You spin me right round round
I have a late 80s drive opened up, polished, and hanging on my wall as 'an art'
Took my squidface Shammy to level 85 within 10 days, which was perhaps a little disappointing, but it's not about getting to 85 it's all about the dungeons. The Normal mode dungeons are sufficiently challenging that they're no faceroll, but with an intelligent group doing them at level is eminently possible. the Heroics are HARD. As they should be. Dioubtless after we'vew all got tier 13 we'll be facerolling them come the death of the Exp-pac, but not they are challenging. We spent many an hour wiping on them alrewady, with many more to come.
The new zones are reallyn nice. I agree about Deepholm, it is a little dark and samey, but Vashj'ir is lovely, with some awesome quests (who DOESN'T want to mind control a shark and swim around eating Naga, humming the Jaws theme all the while?). Twilight Highlands is Very Cthulu in places, which is cool.
Not sure about still wearing full T10 at lvl 85; I had one piece left. Admittedly, I wasn't wearing 25man heroic versions...
If you don't want to be queueing forever for dungeons, roll a tank. Then don't suck at tanking.
Mine's the one with the ilvl333 rare mace in the pocket.
Is that the format rag mags come in now... hardback... paperback... comeback....
Mine's the one in my lap with the dodgy stains.
Since the discussion is Firesheep, BlackSheep and the Sheep-like public, surely Ovine would have been a better choice than Bovine?
I work on the flight path for Manchester, and grew up on it too, so I spent ten minutes in the sun waiting for it to pass over. It's big. Very big. There was a surprising number of people in the Tesco car park nearby stood watching too. If I'd have had my way, I'd have been in the pub beer garden at the landing end of the runway.
So long as..
As long as that punch was not belo0w the belt, as that would now classify as Extreme Pr0n.
I was considering uising the Jole Alert image, but this set of law and case law is far too disturbing to be funny.
I couldn't help but snigger at the magnifying glass 'Enlarge' link
I actually have one of aforementioned Samsung/LiMo/360 phones. It's an interesting set up, but I am constantly disappointed that it is not Andriod, since Voda seem to favour the walled garden approach, and no-one is porting those Andriod apps I keep seeing to it (I don't see how it could be difficult, but there isn't enough market share to make it worthwhile I imagine). Even the touted 'tight integration' with FailBook et al isn't really that good. It's a shame the community which was trying to port Android to it never managed it, cause the H1 is a lovely piece of hardware let down by its OS. Which, as an interesting aside, doesn't do proper Multitasking, and doesn't even save the state of the browser unless it is interrupted by an incoming call/message. Sound familiar?
I red it as in "Cubit" as well, and got strange images of personal topiaries being shaved into the words of books. Could make Turning the Page interesting...
Jlocke is correct, although, pedant alert, Windows 7 is based upon a modified Vista kernel, which is version 6.1 (to Vista's 6.0). Windows 95 was version 4.0 of the non-NT 'kernel', 98 was 4.5, ME was 4.9. After the debacle of ME, and presumably to save the effort of maintaining a second OS (especially one which was 32bit extensions to a 16-bit shell, running on an 8-bit OS, as the 9x/ME kernel was, iirc), they canned the 4.x kernel and released XP Home/Pro, based on the same kernel (NT 5.0).
Micros~1... can't believe I have never seen this one before, must have fallen asleep in Flame class
Is your choice of '34' truly random or pseudo-random?
I'll get my coat... rather, I'll use a true RNG to decide which one to take from the rack....
Criterium is a perfectly acceptable word; Criteria is plural; Criterium is singular. One Criterium, two Criteria.
Like Data is the plural of Datum.