Re: How about the following?
Who is going to rewrite them all?
A lot of authors have retired.
3653 posts • joined 5 Mar 2009
Who is going to rewrite them all?
A lot of authors have retired.
Not really, some old games are still playable.
Then there are applications not rewritten due to retirement.
This would be good for me.
A built in 16 bit layer so those old 16 bit programs can be ran
The same layer allows the above to use IP
The command shell allows MSDOS programs to run
The command shell allows above full screen
Do that than XP can die.
There are still too many tools better in MSDOS than Windows, I can run them on anything XP and earlier provided 32 bit.
I still need to keep an XP PC around for the odd task!
I had all three with my current car. Hard work steering it and I went throught the fluid like mad. (oil seal fixed it)
Then ABS and TC failed.
New hub and a reset fixed it.
power steering out was worse!
Or my last car when the crank sensor failed, followed by the alternator (yes a coincidence)
Last time I had a car with this a new crank sensor fixed it
I see what you mean.
Actually, they tend to eventually, but they all go into politics wanting to better the world
>>>>so goodness knows what they might be into
I could well imagine on a few of them.
Didn't have that issue here, only one woman and she was standing for a party I did not want to vote for,
So voted for the best person for the job!
A smile improves a picture
One of the listed MPs in the mens list is a woman, (wrong flag ticked)
William Hague is quite popular
My MP is quite high (top 150 men)
Some of those featured would be 100x better than Ed Millipede for his ex job.
And I am still trying to work out which of the women would be the most fun.*
Top 20 17 Conservatives!!!!!!!!!!!
Some of the middle ranking ones are much nicer looking than some of the higher ranking. But then long flowing hair or shoulder length normally looks nicer than short hair.
* List your thoughts on this!
Ed Balls has been on 33627 times!
I wanted to enter a competition once, from home (as that was how it was set up), but was restricted to US only.
Other competitions for same game also insisted on a particular control method which I did not get on with, two control schemes, the most popular with top end players was not allowed. I do not know why as normal controllers had aim assist, the motion controllers did not.
I was in top 1%
in this class of car.
To me this is the white goods of cars, when people discuss Mondeos, these, Vectras and the like, I actually think choosing a new oven was more interesting*
* Bosch double built under for those interested
Oh and I have chatted with someone who has travelled at 152mph on the GWML
A real boffin no less!
And travel on his railway
I still think the GWML is his greatest acheivement, still used today with 125mph trains, no realignment needed, just right to begin with.
Also allowed steam to maintain some of the fastest regular schedules in the 30s
And Royal Albert Bridge is a national monument!
I would rather MS won against Murdoch
Currently solar power is not relevant in the UK, generate power when you don't need it.
Now you could even be off grid.
Storing you daytime collected power for the evening seems a good idea to me.
Most dangerous thing in a filling station are starter motors, they spark, a lot.
The problem with DRLs was that the EU mandated they had to be seen and had to dazzle.
The old Volvo sidelights were much better
I HATE DRLs
Really dazzling sometimes, especially at dusk when headlamps should be on, headlamps are a lot less dazzly than DRLs
Accidents happen, sometimes you can't avoid them. But then I was undamaged enough to call Police and Ambulance.
Two other people had a head on air bags deployed, just in shock.
No just no, I would like to live thank you, as would the driver who smashed into me.
I still get flash backs of the car infront of me swerving into oncoming traffic (suspect broken wheel), the the car they hit head on spun put of control smashing into me.
So 3 deaths would be a good idea then?
More safety the better, I called 999 for Ambulance and Police, the other two cars were twisted pile of metal and I drove home with a slightly bent but beyond economic repair car (£2500 to repair to a decent standard)
With the ECU cars the answer is Hawkeye or Nanocom.
I had intermittant 3 Amigos, the only thing which fixed t was clearing with Hawkeye, it has behaved ever since. Sensors all OK, wiring all OK.
I do have a spare SLABS ECU but loath to swap due to calibrating the suspension.
With newer cars a code reader like the above two is essential.
Found out that aftermarket MAFs are crap by monitoring the air flow, cleaned the original and now OK, the one I fitted made the car flat.
Ny previous car was OBD2 compliant, gearbox played up, the reader I used on that car said selector switch, used to get to work until repaired (not a fan or gearbox repairs in the snow) was by resetting error codes when they occured. Even discovered new gears like lock up second. Or pulled lock up top from around 300rpm.
I would say that with a code reader the D2 is as maintainable as an early car.
There is an argument about this, when did they stop making repairable Land Rovers.
To some the end of the series.
To others the end of the TDi300.
Some the Transitification of the Defender.
D2 injector loom
How else can they get signals to the uint injectors?
Easy just to replace when necessary, not a bad job. Just annoying, but the design does work.
Sun roofs. Mine had a broken pipe, now dry inside
The problem with the Porsche soft roaders is that they tend to make the owners look like nobs. Porsche sports car styling does not translate to the offroader look at all well.
LR Air suspension does work well, surprisingly compliant off road compared to the coil spring live axle jobbies. My car is part coil part air and the back does ride better than the front.
My problem with the RRS is that it is too small inside for its size and between two better cars, The L405 is pretty majestic despite the silly door grills. Then the D4 is roomier and more practical.
Thumbs down, has anyone actually driven one?
The visibilty down is not good, but otherwise it is good off road. Just I prefer the full fat RR or the Discovery.
Someone I know were looking at a large offroader and the RRS was too small inside. So bought a D4.
RRS works well off road, just the visibility
RRS is lower than RR.
D4 is nice, but not as user servicable as anything with live axles.
I can carry out most work on my D2 myself
No a pre 2007 Defender
They are lower than the full fat Range Rover (which I prefer) but you sit too low behind the wheel.
I felt more comfortable behind the wheel of a Discovery 4, but the big difference is when you go over very steep summits.
You cannot see the ground, whereas you can on the higher seating position cars.
This car is in market between what I would want.
Family off roader, I'd go Discovery
Luxury off roader, I'd go full fat Range Rover
Full offroading, an older product like a pre 2007 Defender, or a Discovery 1 or 2
On my last sports bike I changed gear at 12,500 rpm
It LOVED revving
Jump off a sports bike into a car, used to power bands starting at say 8000 revving a car to 8000 is not excessive, if it will go there it gets there.
Unless you have ridden high revving engines it is difficult to understand.
When engines with strokes over 60mm are hitting over 10,000 rpm reliably on bikes there is no reason to jump into a shortish stroke car and think that revving it will kill it (when warm of course).
My old pushrod lumped hot hatch was 4mm longer stroke than some superbike engines, no wonder the racve engines were fine at 8000rpm and mine was fine at 7000rpm. Also that it did > 100,000 miles OK
Rev counters are needed.
The problem is some engines will rev hard into their red sections, no rev limiters, a prime example being the old blobby shaped 1300 Astra D reg era I suppose. Old high mileage lease cars.
Rarely had rev counters, engine would rev like mad, coming off a bike, you think nothing of an engine revving.
Was around a year before I came across a rev counter on a 1300, and was amazed to find I was changing 1st to 2nd at 8000rpm, that is when the power dropped off.
1600 had a rev limiter
1300 red line was under 7000 cannot remember the value.
A few years later I owned a hatch with a 1600 pushrod lump in it, would safely rev to 7000rpm, red line was 6000 but the manufacturer stated bottom end safe in road tests (sportyish model maximum power was over 6000rpm) to around 7000, they were too stingy to produce different rev backgrounds.
A standard low tune 1600 valve bounced before 6000rpm red line, the sportier and tuned ones, well I knew someone with an 8000rpm lump, mine started to bounce a bit over 7000rpm.
So there I am driving around in a old car with silly rev limit and I have to drive a Sierra, 1600 Pinto. belonged to my then employers,
OK it was crap, but the red line was about 5,500 or so, but if no rev counter I would have taken it over 6000, just to get it moving.
By the way I have never rev damaged an engine, but I have killed a couple of poor gearboxes, usually due to crap change quality forcing wrong gears (Ford front drive ones were horrid). When 2 was to he back and left of 1 1st to 4th was common. Perhaps I was spoiled by my own cars having gear levers sticking out of the box itself rather than via cables.
So the first point is, if you do not have a rev counter make sure there is a rev limiter, you do not know what the driver has just come off from. If you have just come off a bike, you will thrash the car just to get slow acceleration, and when you are used to 8000 to 10000 power bands, well a high revving car engine sounds like it is just coming on song.
And another point, too little power, get plenty of power and the car will accelerate well enough without revving. Had 2.0 and over now for 20 years, can't see any reason to buy a tiny engine with the weight cars are today.
No problem driven loads of cars with no rev counters,
Change gear when they stop accelerating.
Then I drove a rev counter fited version.
Vauxhall Family 2 1300cc engine will do 8000rpm. Red line 6.something
As my own vehicle at the time had a 10,000rpm red line 8000rpm was low.
I had a part time job running ex lease cars around.
We beat Napolean so we drive how WE want
Now you are saying you do not want them tying up with anyone.
To get a stable 5 years, if we need a coalition lets just have one, Where is the win by forcing minority governments and stagnation of policies.
Germany runs coalitions, they manage OK.
We did OK last time.
I do like the starting tax policy, great for anyone not earning a fortune.
That is how I describe Cameron, not that he is good, just least worse
And also a large chunk of them would not want to go near Labour.
There is an overlap between parties and the Lib Dems have both Labour tolerant and Conservative tolerant supporters.
I would put most of the South West Lib Dems seats in the more Conservative tolerant side.
Personally I am Labour intolerant and would vote for the party most likely to unseat them.
Hmm lets think
Higher starting rate for income tax. That was good.
Stop ID cards, great.
As to Lib Dem voters, Lib Dems are voted for by Conservative supporters who are annoyed with their own party or when the LD is in the best position to unseat a Labour.
Lib Dems are voted for by Labour supporters who are annoyed with their own party or when the LD is in the best position to unseat a Conservative.
Lib Dems are voted for by centrist people where the MP comes before party.
Now if you do not like Lib Dems teaming up with Conservatives, but would be happy for them to taem up with Labour, why are you not voting Labour?
Personally I think the coalition has been a success and some of that success is due to Clegg getting involved.
I admire them for getting involved in the coalition and not shirking the job.
They were shafted over tuition fees I feel, but remember they are their own party.
It is not all parties vs Conservative, it is all parties vs ALL OTHER parties.
There is NO RULE which says you must side with Labour if you are not Conservative.
The Lib Dems went with Conservatives as they were the highest polling party.
If parties are planning pre election tie ups just elect that other party.
Will be interesting the day after polling.
Depends where you live as well, which parties are likely to be the winners and runners up.
Then there are the leaders, I have said this before, there are no best leaders, just least worse.
Nationally the smooth talking marketeer, Mr Bean, the very earnest, bloke from the pub, the strange mad lady.
Scotland has Jimmy Crankie!
I am casting my vote on my prefered local candidate rather than their boss.
Some of the party, well they worry me, Ed Milliband, can he even feed himself? He gives this aura of incompetence (not saying he is) and I cannot see him being up to the task.
Look at the linked article, the CSIRO logo inherits a lot from its previous version, more than Cisco.
Interesting read, The linked document is worth looking at.
Lots of similarities, blue white, vertical stripes, a picture, capitals, begins with C ends in O.
Different font, different shade of blue, different badge shape.
Both are revamps of earlier different logos. CSIRO was blue before with stripes. And more like its current logo.
I feel Cisco were right to bring it up and the TMO were right to throw it out.
Which is pretty good.
That Jay Zed lost out to a games programmer on a house.
Well done Notch
I did lots, the shop owner had the same top end model as me.
I may have a downvote for knocking the inferior format, but at least I saw all my 80s rental films with better picture and sound!