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.. it's about 1.7 GBags (Giga Bulgarian airbags).
You forget about Ronnie Soak (Kaos). Everybody forgets about Ronnie.
As I understand it, Einstein was one of the original group of physicists whose work predicted quantum teleportation and he didn't feel comfortable with the prediction. He wasn't 'wrong'.
It's actually a little router, so it's entire purpose is to talk to other devices.
Out, damn Siri!
Ok, I'm going.
Such an interesting shade of blue.
I hereby relinquish all rights and claims to the random number generator method known as the 'Frank Ly Generator' and gift it to the world. (I retain the right to bask in any reflected glory.)
Note: I had to press a 'Sumbit' button to get the post published. Vulture lawyers might have a say in this.
" ... the right number of photons needed to balance getting the maximum quantum uncertainty, while not saturating the detectors."
That indicated they were using a bright 'scene', if they were worried about saturating the CMOS detectors. I'd have thought that quantum effects wouyld be more noticable at very low levels of illumination.
Has anyone tried generating a 'random' number my performing a checksum on all the pixels of a photo of a natural scene (flower beds in a park, woodland glade, etc)?
Let them eat freedom fries.
... I dream of having a bigger/better car than my neighbour.
So, that's not your name, it's your pet's name :)
"... developers can access the data and leverage it to create entirely new applications.”
How much will they pay me to let them view and use data from my body?
Is that true for all inkjet printers, or just this one?
I think that's their point.
I hope that could be removed because that does not go well with how I like to hold a phone, or cameraphone, or anything.
If 'instant messages' are carried over the telcos' networks, why would the telcos care who sends and receives them?
“When we negotiate with suppliers, we are doing so on behalf of customers. ..."
The last time I looked in detail and read the T&Cs, the 'all you can eat' didn't allow tethering; it was 'The One Plan' that alowed tethering. Has this changed recently?
Edit: Must type faster.
TPB servers floored by Popular Demand for a particular video title. (I'll be searching soon).
I used to play all day with a stick and a hoop and I was happy and grateful for it. Kids nowadays.......
That's hard work and needs expertise and some thought and planning and getting off a fat arse and out into the real world.
Would you want to have a personalised experience with an assistant like that?
Go to eBay (or similar) and get an Acer Travelmate 8000 (or similar). Also on eBay, get a replacement battery and an SSD PATA drive for it, 16GB or 32GB will be fine. Install LInux MInt (or similar). Enjoy using it. I already had the Acer so I just had to get the battery and PATA SSD :)
123456 isn't a prime number so if course it's not secure. (I may be getting confused here.)
Would the toothpick/stylus fit into a small recessed tube in the wristphone, or would it be tied to the strap with a short length of stylish string?
After Heartbleed and other similar problems, I'd hope that many eyes are now looking over the crypto and security functions of Linux and its various distributions. At least people can do that if they want to.
... that they use an SMS to send the warning? I hope so.
You mentioned it. That could be the spark :)
Paragraphs 7-10 explain the differences and the relative advantages betwen virtualisation and containerisation. Nate Amsden's excellent comment is very interesting.
... have torches and pitchforks, or were they brandishing buggy whips?
I'd be happy to charge a roving business person half that rate, and provide a meal and a bottle of wine while they surfed the net using my WiFi. Do I put an advert in my local paper?
... on the globe doesn't correspond to where they were taken (according to the location placards). I was a bit disappointed.
I encountered that problem 3 years ago when I tried to pay my (ill in hospital) Mother's phone bill, we were both with Virgin Media. They wouldn't accept my encyclopaedic knowledge of her and her account details. Eventually I drove 100 miles to her house and made the phone call from her phone, thus 'proving' my bona-fides and obtaining details for making a direct transfer from my bank account. I'm surprised that they didn't accuse me of being a burglar who'd broken into her house.
“It’s things like not confusing Eileen with Elaine.”
Whereas Dan, Dave, Don, Dick, Dom and Doug are so memorably different.
I'd be happy to put my old laptop in the DMZ and let CERN use it.
Especially the inverter, which has no reason to store any kind of data and from the link supplied appears to have no mechanism for data to get into it; (unless it has a secret built-in Wi-Fi block with data processing and a flash memory store - let's go totaly paranoid here).
P.S. The 'intact' and 'destroyed' keyboard components seem to be two different items.
Thank you. Obvious when explained simply and clearly.
Could you please briefly explain what 'augmented reality' is and why Google Glass doesn't provide it?
I remember reading about the Durovis Dive, which seems like a cheap and cheerful and clever way of getting Occulus Rift functionality, but maybe not Occulus Rift quality. After those two, I'd have thought that the only other patentable things would be 'software patents' to perform certain functions - cue court cases between Apple, Samsung, Google and others.
"I see that you're disposing of a large metallic 'white goods' item. The appropriate recycling and chemical disposal fee will be automatically added to your council tax bill."
If they were real engineers, they could be creative and kick-ass anywhere. They're not engineers, they're 'user experience imagineers'. (Grumpy old engineer mode: Off. Oh, .. I can't turn it off...)
Has anyone figured out what will happen if Googlematter and Applematter meet and interact?
It's been a while, I must dig them out of my 'library' disk.
That would be legally difficult, especially in Japan. Maybe they could set up a legally controlled 'special zone' with the herbal produce containers being sealed and then only exported to Colorado and similar places? Even then, it would be a niche product with a high price.
... and to feel that they need this, would be capable of using a standard encryption utility on a .txt file and sending it as an attachment, surely? The recipient has to be able to decrypt the attachment, yes, but if the recipient can't do that, they are probably not clued up enough to be able to use this service anyway.
I refill the cartridges of the 'real cig lookalikes' and a 30ml bottle of e-juice lasts me two weeks. If any government did try taxing them then there would be massive smuggling of this liquid.
As you said, the problem with e-cigs, from the government's point of view, is that they lead to a reduction in tax revenue; from the wealthy and influential tobacco companies' point of view it's a reduction in profits. It's not just the people who smoke/vape who are addicted, it's entire governments of major nations.
Maybe he thought it was a sperm-bank ATM.
Apparently, if you have a paper published in an ASCE journal, nobody else is allowed to publish it anywhere, not even you. Maybe they should have read the details of the conditions before they submitted it for publication? (The meaning of the word 'submit' might be relevant here.)
Edit: I just noticed that I have to press a button labelled 'Submit'. I give up.
Surely that should be 'sibling'?