Are those the new bluetooth bablefish earphones?
5233 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
Are those the new bluetooth bablefish earphones?
I've seen text like that before on Google searches, for many years. I'd always thought that it was 'keyword stuffing' but perhaps this is a technique that's been used for a while.
Is it a galvanised coating, zinc dipped, zinc alloy? Anything you look at or think about has hidden complexity that demands more questions and deeper understanding.
If the dedicated band of painting people didn't have publications like this to learn from and promulagate their craft then the world would slowly fall apart. This publication should be celebrated, not derided. (I'm a keen amateur painter and am experimenting with the use of Hammerite satin finish paint on shed hinges for long term weather protection.)
Was that five people all working together, independently; or did it take the police five attempts to get the right one?
"He also said that IoT devices ought to be “deployed in a fashion that makes them automatically udpate and keep themselves secure all the time.” "
My inner miscreant is salivating (or some other bodily fluid) at the thought of that happening.
"One lucky punter passed a stone three times after three consecutive rides on Big Thunder."
Ok, as long as it wasn't the same one going up and down the tubes. Can anyone tell us what it feels like?
It's 3D printed objects that change (fall apart) as time goes by. Already been done.
That's because Narcissist Heidi doesn't know about anything apart from .com domains. Shhhhh, let's watch and wait and be entertained.
There was an identical thing with Madonna (the singer, in case you've forgotten her) who tried to get Madonna.com taken away from someone who'd had it for a long time and used it to display images of The Madonna. However, that seemed to work out for her in some way as I've just found out by having a look at it.
A misguided attempt to spoof his location? I'll bet he's as sic as a parrot now.
Ubuntu 16.04 and its Mint 18 derivative are both LTS to early 2021. I'd wait until 2018 when the next Ubuntu LTS is probably due for release. Then wait a year for it to 'settle down', then wait for a year until 2020 when the next LTS will probably be released. Bleeding edge is a bleeding nuisance.
“If they have no Christian ground...we can do more harm than good.”
Is that like a Windows developer trying to debug a Linux problem?
What about poetry or limericks or doggerel? What is the difference between a song and a ballad anyway and how are they defined? As usual, the lawyers have made sure that the law is unclear so as to give themselves work in the future.
" ... a joint ABF and South Australia Police (SAPOL) operation ..."
But the Bureau “did not independently test the DDoS protections that IBM was contracted to put in place, as it considered that it had received reasonable assurances from IBM.”
I thought it was cheap and easy to hire a DDoS attack nowadays.
... and a sensible name. It must have a sensible name to be taken siriously.
Cyber attack in 2012. Arrested in March 2015. Sentenced in Sept 2016.
That tells you a lot about him.
I read that as 'Being a Beast Hardcore' which seems appropriate, especially if you read the synopsis in the link. (It's actually called 'Being a Beast'. Oh, those sub editors.)
It would have been great if he'd attended the ceremony to accept his prize, dressed as a badger.
I agree with everything you say (apart from the empty dektop thing) and I do it all with MATE. Four workspaces is enough for me, I find.
I did think that KDE 'Activities' would be useful but it didn't seem to work in the way I thought it would. I can do what I hoped it would do by hibernating my computer.
Anyway, the important thing is that you've got something you're happy with and so have I.
I use the MATE desktop because it reminds me of Win XP (which was nice to use) and everything works fine in an understandable way. I've used LXDE on a old laptop and that's workable. I've tried Compiz and I've made an honest effort to use the KDE desktop so I could learn about all this modern bling. However, I just don't 'get it'.
What is the point? Can anybody explain it to me?
Licensing costs for use of the 'Virgin' name? Oh, the possibilities.
.... that I made the effort to get the Win 10 update early this year and the Anniversary Edition update last week.
Every time I plug that SSD in and boot from it, I'm reminded of why I switched to Linux three years ago. (If you haven't worked your way through the Win 10 Anniversary Edition update process then you haven't died.)
"We are sorry for any upset this has caused and are keeping Mr Gamble updated throughout our investigation,"
I'm sure that will be a great comfort to him and his family.
"But delaying the parachute opening allows the seat to slow down a little??? "
Yes; as ejected, the seat is moving forward through the air at the same speed as the aircraft but is nowhere near as aerodynamically shaped. Hence, it slows down as time goes by. Opening a parachute on a forward moving seat will give a large force that causes the pilot's head to move forwards.
However, I still don't understand what the pilot's weight has to do with it. Unless a lower weight pilot results in a faster ejection (upwards) speed due to a lighter mass load on the ejection mechanism ...... I still don't get it.
The password was 'admin'?
I hope the buyer changed it to something more secure.
It's no use having a Genie if the lamp isn't maintained and the personnel know how to rub it properly. Also, don't even think about using a Wizard.
Was it the sound of the helicopter that prevented him from hearing the robot sneaking up behind him?
"Charlie measures A and B, in a way that prevents him knowing which photon he's measuring."
Why is the state/content of Charlie's mind important?
"During the BSM, Alice's particle A teleports its quantum state onto Bob's particle C."
If B and C are the quantangled pair, how can it be A that has its state 'teleported' onto C?
I've read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_state but I'm non the wiser.
Also see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No-cloning_theorem which states that it is impossible to create an identical copy of an arbitrary unknown quantum state. Isn't that what was done when the state of A was teleported onto C?
"... according to a new survey from Visa."
“Visa is already supporting a number of institutions in the development of emerging forms of authentication,”
Are there any independent surveys? I wonder what governent surveys have to say.
Do they have a built in time-delayed thermite charge to destroy the innards, to stop them being found and any classified data being extracted? Or wouldn't finding an intact one be all that useful to an 'enemy'?
The picture seems to show two (1.5?) personal assistants in matching uniforms.
"... so a dev can browse the Internet from inside an editor window."
Is this actually useful in practical ways? I'm not a 'dev' or anywhere near being one so I don't know how they work.
If I rent a simple lower tier service from a hosting provider and provide an email address to my cousin and to an old friend (neither of whom live in the same town as me) and also maybe let them have a bit of ftp server space, am I a service provider under the meaning of the act?
That sounds like a logical and reasonable idea but it would add a layer of legal and administrative complexity to their activities and operations. Also, IANAL but it might give Comodo a chance to demand a licence on equivalent terms and then tie them up in costly legal action if they say no. Better to keep things simple.
.... the ongoing reason why Apple won't talk to you.
Keep it up. (That's what Intel said to Apple.)
Culture CLUB would be an even more terrifying weapon.
"Do you really want to hurt me ....?"
"So how do you assert ...?"
A big 'F**k Off' sign and lots of booby traps.
When politicians and civil servants are drafting tax laws, they should engage 'domain experts' to point out to them how the laws can be bypassed. We've seen, time and time again, how the intent of tax laws are simply bypassed. It's almost as if future corporate tax lawyers and accountants are running governments.
Upvoted for use of the word 'minutiae' and the subtle baking references.
I'm now three months into vaping and have been tobacco free for all that time (after a failed attempt four years ago). This time, instead of the 'pen' type system, I bought a tank system and vaped 24mg strength liquid even though the tank instructions say not to use anything more than about 16mg. I found that this was the only way to satisfy the cravings I experienced. After a couple of weeks, I diluted the 24mg with 16mg to give a 20mg liquid and got used to that. I've been working my way down, using simple mixing/dilution and am now vaping 10mg liquid and I find that the cravings are much less. My intention is to get down to 4mg or less and then quit.
If you want to save money, you can dilute high strength liquid with glycerine but you lose the flavour and you get big clouds of vapour (which some people enjoy).
I believe that my failure, four years ago, was because I was using a pen system with 24mg liquid and that didn't give me enough of a 'hit' to satisfy the cravings. As I recall, organisations that seem to be against vaping have recommended that the maximum strength of vaping liquid made available to the public should be set at a low level to 'protect them from harm'. It would appear, at least in the case of people like me, that this would have the effect of protecting BB&P from people quitting tobacco.
I realise that some people will say that 'the public' must be protected from their own foolishness but I can easily buy enough whiskey to kill myself, so what's that about? Oh, government tax income, yes. I hope I can stop before they get regulated/taxed.
Note: By my reply, I 'revealed' that I use suppositories thus exposing myself to ridicule and extending the joke.
I agree with you but didn't you mean 'repository'?
In the NoScript menu, select Options and then the General tab. Right at the top you can automatically enable maindomain.com to three levels of granularity.
.... is to wait until about three days after a very popular TV series has released an episode and then download it from the torrents early in the morning. Give it about 10 minutes to settle down and see how fast it's coming down the line. Note: This is for technical test purposes only. When it's finished downloading, or before, you must stop the torrent and delete it. You must not play it or store it on your computer.
"... a small time window hundreds of miles away from where you normally use it ..."
One Friday evening, I drove from work to within two miles of my home then exercised my credit card by filling up my tank with petrol, then bought some food from the supermarket around the corner from where I live and decided to buy some cigarettes from the tobacco counter there. That was the straw that broke the camel's back. The cigarette transaction was blocked and guy on the counter was told to phone a special number and said he had to destroy my credit card unless I could talk to the man on the phone and answer some questions. Apparently my use of the card was 'suspicious'.
As well as the links in the article, it's worth having a look at:
This seems to give a good summary as well as a brief history of the development of the technique. It's well written and I nearly understood it.