"..who would self-reference themselves in a deragotory manner?"
Ask the members of NWA. :)
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Ask the members of NWA. :)
... dont you develop an interest in basic astronomy, just for something to think about?
Maybe someone dictated it over a bad phone line and they actually said 'branded'? (I'm munching on straws here.)
"Nobelists could understate chocolate consumption to amplify the appearance that native prowess led to their Prize ..."
I'm sure that a Nobel prize winner would never falsify data for their own benefit.
Given that one of the functions of a 'Solicitor' is to act as a pimp for a barrister, your confusion is understandable.
If it's methane then it's probably farting.
I think he means the underground ducts and tunnels that carry the comms fibres and cables.
Those clever Chinese, concerned about projected long term shortages and high prices of rare earths; decided on a cunning plan to mainipulate the rest of the world into improving the supply of rare earths. The Chinese were willing to suffer short term pain in exchange for the long term gain of everyone. Altruism at its finest.
Did you try turning it up and up again?
If you see a house on fire, then shout, "Hey, look, that house is on fire!", have you committed arson?
Do you think she'd even understand the question?
Since I never tick the box that says 'Save your card detail for future convenience' , then I don't have to worry about that sort of problem. Do I? Even if I did, they wouldn't store the 3-digit CC security code. Would they?
I use Paypal wherever possible for this reason. I don't totally trust Paypal but I think it reduces my exposure.
But that's only for one night of the year, so the daily average is not bad. Or did you mean 'Midsomer Murders'?
Anybody who wants to take my details before 'allowing' me to browse products gets told 'no'. I'm tempted to carry a rolled up newspaper to whack those young puppies that jump on you as soon as you walk through the door in some shops.
I think of it as a micro.nanosecond. (Or a deci.centi.milli.micro.millisecond; multipliers I'm comfortable with.)
That wouldn't be cost efficient or practical for anything but a very large computer centre located next to a power station. It would also required long term 'joined up thinking' from large and separate groups of people. So, sadly, no.
I heard that Sir Kenneth Yellowhammer is suing them.
Yes. If I can access the internet, I can access my domestic NAS box. The 1Mb/s maximum rate out of the house (in my case) may be a problem, but that is a different issue altogether.
..showing respect for the place you are visiting. Take nothing but database snapshots, leave nothing but messages.
I've mucked out stables and shovelled fresh horse droppings and it's not that bad really. Perhaps the 'obvious distress' was at seeing a horse being brought into the restaurant, leading to an understandable assumption that it was destined for the kitchen. Ahhhh, ..... burgers.
I was offered an update in February, soon after I got the Nexus 4. I've just done a manual check and it tells me, "Your system is up to date". I'll keep waiting.
When I got a Nexus 4 in January, I thought it was a good idea because I'd have all the latest Android goodness (and patches) delivered direct from Google. It seems I was wrong.
A secondary market, or maybe swap shop meets.
This problem would not occur if the telcos treated people as clients/customers, instead of as cattle to be fattened, prodded and poked for profit.
I'm waiting for "Backupsky" which backs up all your Amazon data to Microsoft, then "Goobackify" ..........
On a personal level, I use Insync on Win7 and Linux for local to Google Drive mirroring. Single payment of $10 per google account gets you mirrored on as many computers as you like. (I am not affiliated with them in any way.)
I always knew that a situation like this would happen eventually.
I think wolfetone is refering to the FAA airworthiness certification process for components and materials and processes, in general; and not suggesting that FAA engineers crawl around the aircraft looking at stuff.
It was a penguin; but your mind couldn't handle it, so it was replaced by a black and white traffic cone. How do I know this? - I've seen those penguins before, lots of times.
Want to read/watch/listen to stuff - get a tablet. Want to do serious work - get a laptop.
... of the recent article about the PROC government giving reductions in prison sentences for favourable tweets/postings/etc. Who would have thought that officials of the Catholic church and the PROC would have attended the same 'Population Control' workshop?
Your '**' footnote doesn't have a corresponding '**' marker in the text of your post.
I got a polite and friendly response the last time I submitted a correction. Try it.
Up to 10MB/s unlimited internet
If a Chinese citizen made lots of pro-goverment tweets/comments/etc over a long period of time (properly recorded and logged), could they commit a small crime and not go to prison because they've already 'paid for it'?
Firing a small, high energy projectile at Europa does not constitute a 'landing' in any accepted use of the word. The finest legal minds that Earth can afford have assured us of this, so it will be alright.
... that provides an encrypted voice and data service to anyone who has the appropriate (and inexpensive) ground equiment? I'd be surprised if the security services allowed this to happen. Expect strict laws and severe penalties for any unauthorised person in possession of such equipment.
Good old Eadon. I wonder what he'd say?
We are Festival. Entertain us (or else)!
I believe this style (quite common in Google sourced text) is intended to address the historic imbalance of written gender representation, because it is felt to be 'a good thing to do'.
My personal preference would be to write, "When one is presented with a warning which advises one that proceeding further will compromise one's computer security ....etc". People always laugh at me when I do that so I've stopped bothering.
He must know some totally useless dancers.
Note: Yorkshire Sculpture Park is in the grounds of Bretton Park, a mile up the A637 from J38 of the M1. It's a nice place for a relaxing day out for the entire family. As well as the 'modern' sculpture exhibitions, there are the original buildings of the country house and also one of the finest yew hedges I've ever seen (10 years ago).
We're very worried that Mr. Jones has't paid his council tax because he usually pays it on time and he's not answering calls to his house phone or mobile. There's a possibility that he's developed amnesia and wandered off and may be in danger. Can we see his mobile phone records so we can contact his friends, or maybe the police can track him for us?
I think Reason 1. was thrown in by Steve Balmer at the last minute.
Then wouldn't any atmospheric conditions settle down to an equilibrium state, with maybe a bit of mixing turbulance around the terminator line? (As you can probably tell, I'm not an expert in exoplanet climatalogy.)
When 'the internet of things' is fully upon us, NSA/GCHQ/etc will be overwhelmed with data traffic for storage and analysis.
" ... and advertising revenues.."
Is there anything that can't be financed by advertising? It's marvellous.
....when few people are using them, will the cars prowl around and exhibit feral pack behaviour?
What you can do next is argue that iOS came from some kind of UNIX derivative and so the majority of traffic is actually UNIX traffic. It really does rule the world, quietly and without fuss.
If the triple point of water can be calculated to happen under certain conditions, thus providing a reference situation for checking instrument measurement (temperature in this case); can the required conditions for another physical situation, happening at a much lower temperature, be calculated? e.g. the triple point of some gaseous element or anything else you can think of that happens at very low temperatures.
Any biologist, even a student, will tell you that mice can harbour a variety of viruses. Sometimes, an interdisciplinary approach is needed.
... with trials about 'rubber-bands'. Boing-Boing!
Some NAND gates, a 5V power supply, some switches, some LEDS, .... There's nothing difficult or expensive or 'hard to understand' about it.
The chances of anything coming from Mars are a million to one.