Re: What planet do these people live on?
There have been a few independents that have stood out.
3095 posts • joined 15 Jun 2009
There have been a few independents that have stood out.
Outlook is the sole reason we use office (it is just as cheap to license outlook for us as it is office). Our WinOS, CALS and office are bundled together as part of our core desktop license bundle (office is effectively free when we do this).
If it wasn't for the reliance on outlook then we would be down the road too - I at least have LO installed alongside as the DEFAULT in hopes that people will use it more. Unfortunately I haven't found a way around outlook (without resorting to individual email, communicator/lync/skype, task, calendar apps)
or mandated DPI and retention. Perhaps those who are obfuscating will go into a "look more deeply" pile.
Shit. Ben Dover, Mike Hunt was on that list too. And Phil MacCrackin.
but that wouldn't work as you wont build a time machine in the future to give to your past self. The paradox wouldn't correct.
However, if you FOUND the plans to a time machine, don't forget to put the plans there in the past.
light can be "stopped" in 0k rubidium condensate (well, held in an excited state). That being said, your hand would also have issues in the same.
superluminal effects can only be observed and it is probably the observations that are incorrect (incorrect as in there are ways to explain why they appear to be superluminal). Ironically, one of the effects is the expansion of space itself, some objects are moving away from us as at an observable "greater than c"
not really, it depends on what you mean by FTL. If it means that you set off at point A and got to point B before a beam of light from point A got to point B then you have travelled effectively FTL but that doesn't mean you went from point A to point B via the same course as the beam of light.
You still cant travel faster than light in a straight line but there are no real boundaries on (say) the theory of folding or wormhole or extradimensional rifts. By their nature these are outside our current laws and understandings.
or perhaps our current "vacuum" isn't a vacuum at all, perhaps it has something that we haven't detected yet, but this "something" was more/less abundant previously. Thus in the same way light is altered by the refractive index, this "something" also has a refractive index that is negative to our eyes (or rather our definition of a vacuum being 1 is wrong)
The X15 gets my nod for fearless test pilots. The whole shebang could have blown at any second, it leaked, the avionics were naff, the ejector seat was "probably work up to a speed, after that better to be blown up". It had 3 control systems depending on your speed, each with a different joystick and "throttle" and "forward" headrest for deceleration! More over, many of its pilots instantly qualified as astronauts based on height achieved. It still holds the record for fastest manned powered aircraft.
remarkable little spaceplane.
or was it advanced weather? Perhaps they can only give judgement when the forecasts are given?
That would look like a proper checkpoint Charlie exchange. I don't want to google and spoil the image in my head of a band playing on the Normway side of a bridge with some large BMWs on the Russianside of the bridge. Snowden picking up a package in the middle whilst a few plain dressed people (talking into their lapels) sit in plain looking SUVs watch on (from the Norway side).
Ok, so I watched bridge of spies the other week....
surely that would be a million to one chance.
Whilst of comedic value, Ryanair might only be the national express of the sky but I paid the same this year (for 2017 summer) as i did for the last 4 years to go to gran canaria. Their prices have remained pretty much the same (book early, dont care about boarding or seat booking extras and take 1 small case).
Their flights from prestwick are on time and i expect them to be spartan. The only extra i pay is the CC charge for section 75.....
I too use simple batch files in GPOs to do simple tasks in startup /logon. The overhead in powershell wouldnt be unnoticed.
Not a good move.
Library machines tend to be more useful when people have physical access to them.
Plus not having a sensible max recipients on the email server was a massive fail.
Just add a mail rule with the subject until it blows over.
[Redacted] is a much better book. It concerns the onteraction of [redacted] with [redacted] yielding far greater results. Since supermarkets sell [redacted] and building merchants ask no questions about [redacted] you can be on your merry way in no time.
Since the lizard GCHQ overlords OWN duckduckgo then why go to the bother?
Mobile post wont let me put tinfoil icon :(
My daughter's school chemistry book has revision on the nitrification of benzene. It warns to keep the temperature low otherwise it makes TNT! Obvious terrorist training!
BAN CHEMISTRY! THINK OF THE CHILDREN!
I hate twitter, facebook and linkedin. Can i have the job?
Nope. They couldnt afford to k9ve back to the pund. They only reason they make money is due to these tax deals being useful to large EU trading corporations.
Up until 2014 samsung made LOADS of things that explode through their weapons manufacturing samsung techwin arm. They sold that division to Hanwha though.
New toblerone looks stupid with all those gaps.
I thought the millennium bridge had been built?
Your account number is similiar to mine! 58008618
Im guessing that you have health insurance because your insurance comapnies have a good hold in your government system. We still have a tiny bit of sanity left in ours.
For how long I cannot say :(
Good luck convincing consultant surgeons that they cannot email word documents to each other.
What is the reg units for salary? Pints or kebabs?
20k pints is a decent salary.
Well the Scottish MPs will vote against brexit. And there will be a fair few dissenters. The regions that voted leave may not have a large mp presence either.
It means 'thank fuck for my Irish grandfather' and scottish grandmother if it ever came to that.
I jad no odea about that peter belt stuff. Man thats some fucked up money sink for the gullible.
"Im sorry Dave, im afraid i cant save that. Im keeping those photos for ..later..."
People still "hoover" the floor these days (other vacuuming products are available) but xeroxing things has pretty much gone now.
Goatse gif. Not even bleach will clean your eyes enough.
We had a similar issue with sandisk ssds. Back when SSDs were expensive we had 15k vostro laptops and 15k SSDs for a laptop-per-child scheme. Dell were in the loop but the sandisk ssds refused to work with the vostros when encrypted. We thought the firmware was iffy (the kingston and OCZ worked fine but were 7 more per unit. Intel also worked but were way too expensive). Sandisk refused to acknowledge an issue so we eventually went with kingston and bit the bullet on cost. That cost sandisk about three quarter of a million.
Youre a techie and you voluntarily went to a cpw shop?
My god man.
VMs with dynamic memory allocation should also help as the hypervisor wont be mapping memory sequentially.
Faster refresh will mitigate.
ECC is not totally immune to ECC. At best 2 bit errors will halt the system (DoS your server). Some ECC is more susceptible https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LT54Jq_0kJk#t=26m25s
Million to one say you? Everyone knows THOSE odds come true 9 times out of 10.
Most companies run their own dns caching as part of their proxies (i imagine, we do to cut down on requests) so this will hit general public more. In fact i only noticed the issues when i switched from wifi to data on my phone.
They would only have gotten really shitty if cyanogen had a full featured working store that google couldnt cream off.
Dont forget blaming people posting as AC.
Dirt eating peasants.
The MIT tokamak might not have been a leap to commercial hrade production but it was a leap to greater understanding
Talk to huntapac, they risk going bankrupt due to lack of workers. They need minimum wage workers for packing veg. No locals will work there (simple work but plentiful). Once the students go back to uni tthey need foreign workers.
Surely the next step is people using independent backups (that wont be encrypted at the same time)
We get o365 for free with our core desktop office and cals. Never used it, never set it up and ive certainly not told staff. Seems the IRS was getting a bum deal.
I thought it was caused by shit batteries?