Why don't they just disconnect the data cables to the dark internet?
3753 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
Why don't they just disconnect the data cables to the dark internet?
That would be interesting :)
Ahhh but ...... you know what will happen when the servers realise there is a kill circuit that they have no control over.
He did leave, but he left in a TARDIS, so it gets complicated.
Since dogs tend to follow human populations around (or get dragged along), then the modern European dog may well have mixed ancestry and any separate domestication/evolution could have been muddied in the past during the many human migrations.
So is Black Friday.
It was looking for warmth and companionship that the humans never gave it and the stove was hot stuff.
I live in fear of the TeraJug. It will come one day.
I've been using gmail for about 7 years and used that account to sign in to Android for 3 years (2 x HTC phones and now a Nexus 4) and have that account as my google wallet. I've never had any spam from Google. I use AdBlock on my browser and on my Android phone. Is any of this significant or useful to you? You did say it was an Android phone from China?
That was some weird s**t. (Right at the end.) I found the entire situation there, as presented, to be very alienating and depressing.
" Microsoft said failure to migrate would mean banks not being able to support biometric readers, ...."
Isn't this about drivers for the readers? If so, the manufacturers had better write some XP drivers; or maybe Linux drivers :)
The government of the USA is incapable of controlling one of it's own agencies or formulating laws that have the originally intended effect. That's probably quite common across Europe as well.
Especially if it's an illegally downloaded book or TV show.
I can understand your thinking behind that easy put down, but I'm sure he's right. If you consider how this will probably be used by children and teachers, it will be like the teaching of 'computing' using Word and Excel to teach children 'how computers work'. You don't teach someone how a car works by showing them how to drive it around a quiet urban backstreet.
Shouldn't that be 'less than 7-to-1 dilution ..." to be noticable and therefore a nuisance?
(I'm assuming that 7-1 dilution means 7 parts air to 1 part smelly substance.)
Clichés die if you don't overuse them.
Would it be posible to cause confusion and disruption in hyena society by 'posting' false messages using these bacterial cultures? Would this be an ethical experiment?
This would be great if the kids were allowed to wear pirate costume fancy dress, complete with cardboard swords.
Steady on. The USA isn't the 50's USSR. Not yet anyway.
It will be up to the government to decide if this substance is allowed to be sold to the public. The drinks industry is very wealthy and gives money to the government and also pays lots of taxes and excise duty to the government. Hence, the government will not allow this 'alcohol replacement' to be sold.
How many 'key staff' do you need to gather into a disused warehouse and 'persuade', in order to have access to serious amounts of money. Just wondering.
One possibility would be to use it as a development system to write and debug an application, then port the software to a "down and dirty with the connections" target system.
This raises many questions and has many possibilities for corruption.
Even if you're careful to make sure they're entered as text entries?
That was my first thought too, but the Raspberry Pi solution would be much cheaper (not counting your time in setting it up and messing around with it).
It looks like the sort of thing I used to draw when I was 13. I used to 'design' fully working interplanetary spaceships.
"Why not boost them into a higher Orbit ....."
Them running out of fuel may have something to do with it. Also, it may be considered more convenient and less dangerous, in the long term, to get them out of the way of anything useful up there.
Much of the detail of the sound of the sound of the human voice is produced by the shaping of the tongue and the lips and we hear the sounds that come out of the mouth through the air. Does a microphone on the surface of the throat actually sound any good?
"...and polished before use."
Does this 'polishing' involve precision machinery that removes significant amounts of metal? I'm a cynic, I know.
"... login more seamlessly across devices (Android)."
I've always had seamless and permanent 'login' on my Android phone and tablet. Press Feedly icon -> get Feedly. On my PC browsers, I've set Firefox to always remember the appropriate cookies and never had to login again after that. (I have the Feedly add-on button).
This was about having the user give default permission for Feedly to contact the people in their G+ circles, presumably so that Feedly could spam them with "Your friend is using Feedly - so should you." messages.
No, it's coitus continuous.
'...an array of sails “reminiscent of fish fins, which will remind visitors that they are on a seaworthy vessel". '
Fish swim under the suface of the water.
I read that as 'vampire empire'. My speed reading abilities need some improvement.
It always does that when angels appear to me. Just saying.
I found out what it's about: http://www.thespiceworks.co.uk/
Their Hempseed powder, for making drinks/smoothies might be interesting. Apart from that, its all a bit too 'niche' for my tastes.
"Effectively the company is giving away something valuable (a stake in itself) and getting nothing in return, .."
They could have given cash (which is valuable), but this way has advantages for the employee/director.
They do get something in return, they get the services of the employee/director, which must be of value to the company or they wouldn't keep them in employment/appointment.
If the company really does value the ownership of its own shares, it can simply buy them in the open market and run accountancy methods to turn this to its advantage.
The entire point of this process is to reduce the amount of tax paid by the employee/director and the company. It has nothing to do with 'giving people a stake in the company'. If people wanted that, they'd buy shares. It's not 'ordinary workers' who are given these deals, it's directors and high level managers.
You can get them now on e-bay at amazing prices!
Or wait until the end of January/February when the overexcited early buyers relaise they have an urgent need for money. That's exactly what happened with the Nexus 4.
"Having initially claimed this was a HM Revenue and Customs matter, and after HMRC pointed out it wasn’t, the Home Office simply said it has no plans to change the regulation."
It's a reflex action. It's in their blood and the marrow of their bones.
"... we had to send [the] limousine to the car wash to get it detailed after all the activities during your rental."
So, what were the details of the sexual activity and the sex toy?
Well, that's my contribution to branding ideas.
"What cruel archetict of life has imagined such a vial and base thing?"
According to Terry Pratchett, it was created when a group of wizards, from the Unseen University, tried to draw/create a duck during the creation-time of the 4ecks continent. At that time, the act of drawing something actually created it. (The details are hazy in my mind.)
“If you try to break them up [NSA and US Cyber Command], what you have is two teams not working together. ..."
"Splitting the two organizations would result in fights over resources and command decisions, ..."
"This will of course create tensions ....."
So, the people available to take charge of these important organisations are not team players who's concerns are the efficient operation of vital national defense activities. They are immature and self serving psychopaths who are concerned only with their own status and the amount of money and power they can be seen to wield. Well, that's how I read it.
Given the market price difference between alumina and HPA, and the likely volumes, wouldn't it make sense for them to make their own HPA? They wouldn't need to make a 'profit' on this stage since their aim is to supply their own saphire crystal cutting operation. It might even make sense to buy up the HPA companies at an early stage to get the expertise in-house.
"... one of the companies I expect financial probity from (my bank, insurance company, pension fund, etc.) .."
Past idiocy is not a guide to future stupidity. Or is it?
I'm waiting for transparent aluminium.
On my way now, no need to push.
I think it's tawdry and tacky and yucky, but I don't think it breaches DP requirements because it doesn't store any images of the 'target individual' or obtain any personal identifiable data. I may be wrong on that point, so please respond if I am. Even if I am wrong, what harm can it do to me if a machine makes a one-off decision that I'm male and over 50, then decides to show me a Viagra advert?
They could have hired a person to sit and look at their customers and then make a decision about what sex they were and what age range, but it's cheaper, overall, to develop this machinery.
While we're on this subject, what are these 'modem' things that are mentioned in several articles? Also, don't get me started on Itanium; it is NOT in the periodic table of elements.
It's Doctor Who. It's always the same one. His appearance changes as a result of regeneration. Has this been forgotten?