Re: Monitor resolution
The last bastion of the patronising and pompous, apparently....
1993 posts • joined 11 May 2007
The last bastion of the patronising and pompous, apparently....
They're returned with prominence in the search results. Is it the excellence of their services that put them at the top of the list? Is it Google pretending to do just a search while shoe horning in ads for their own services that results in their services prominence?
Surely anyone can see there is a potential for a conflict of interest here. It's not tricky.
Thank fuck for that!
Complications are not "unknowns".
I'm not saying it's not complex, I'm sure it's ridiculously complex, but the complexities aren't secret.
In the benefits system? I don't see why there should be any "unknowns".
You're talking about "damned data". Some people collect it.
Wow, someone's got issues. Is it half of the worlds population, or you?
>> The company said in a statement that it had suspended Mateen while it conducted an internal investigation. “Through that process, it has become clear that Mr. Mateen sent private messages to Ms. Wolfe containing inappropriate content." <<
Bit late for them to be worrying about what people think of their staff.
No, Chocolate Factory. As in "Charlie and the..."
It's a book, if that helps.
Seem to have accidentally typed "drivers'" in the middle of that sentence...
So "two loudspeakers on opposite sides of the room" aren't proper stereo. Care to elaborate?
stupid how? Because it actually manages to provide a little security?
I think 'generate a token on the fly that's good for 15 seconds" is an excellent method, you have to be quick to steal that password and use it.
Got any suggestions for a better mechanism?
I'm more potentially offended by the racist overtones,tbh.. Oh, which faux outrage to choose.....?
Attention seeking much?
As the article is about moving from one environment to the other surely they already have people with Windows skills.
The point is obvious from the tweets printed. There's clearly a lot of people who still need to learn how to respect others and their freedom to love who they want to.
Really? Oh thanks Frankee, you're so knowledgeable, please educate me more!!
Posting "I didn't learn how it worked and it was different than I guessed" puts you at fault, not JS. If you don't like it once you've learnt it then that's a different issue. But complaining that it's not strongly typed is like complaining that your apple isn't orangey enough.
*(use ===, not ==, no coercion!!)
If you're not old enough to remember the upset and distress caused by IE6 and it's non-standard ways, and you're happy for Google to be the one's setting the agenda now, then no. If you think all browsers should be capable of rendering all web pages then yes.
Hardly average at 2 billion views......
Not proggy enough for you grandad?
I'd rather see that than 'No overload for method takes 1 argument'....
Not me. What gets up my goat is the constant posting by some on here that you can make any device better by wiping it and putting your favourite Linux distro on it.
We get it! A load of people on here like Linux. Now change the fucking record.....
Why? What's going to execute them on Windows? Isn't your email client the thing that'll parse these scripts? Doesn't the mac client have the same capabilities? (Genuine technical question everyone, so can we skip the OS flames if at all possible? When I double click a .js file in windows it opens in notepad...)
Can I wipe it and put a PROPER Linux on there?
Well they certainly seemed to have fucked up the English Language curriculum...
Like when the banks nearly went bust?
Right, 95 it is then!!
and "curate's egg". Apparently another phrase for "a bit shit" is more valuable than a specific one for "they say bits are ok but it actually has no redeeming features"...
...can I wipe it and put PROPER Windows on there?
Show us yer knickers!
...there's no revenue for the site and it'll end up titsup. Noscript allows static ads. (Of course, if the ad revenue collection requires JS then there's still no cash, but where money's concerned people tend to care more about coping without JS...)
No it's not! This is Google, hence fixing it in an update is ok and we can move on. Nothing like MS!!!
They could compromise the system though. Security and minimal attack surface are more important. I would suggest these engineers get a hobby that isn't just fucking around with their day jobs (or make a game that stands alone) and stop putting back doors in, even if they think they're robust.
Unpopular? No, the replies clearly state why they disagree with you. The concepts you need to learn to code are language agnostic.
Stop pretending it's all VB diehards hating. (Though you've clearly no knowledge of vb.net....)
except Worm is just the name of the team that wrote the exploit, it's not a worm. It's an exploit that requires users to download and run a compromised Powerpoint presentation. Quite unlike the Heartbleed and Shellshock exploits.
Me neither, not sure why you think that's relevant. How about answering the phone while walking carrying something in one hand?
It's for when you're using your phone while doing something else, say eating a bowl of cornflakes. One hand holds the spoon and feeds you, the other works the browsing device.
Accuracy is important. This is a technology news site. You sound more upset than the original poster....
arguing over the file system for an OS that's supposed to be all cloudy.
However much you may talk it up, it's difficult to see how having two separate pay grades for men and woman can be less complicated than having one for both sexes. Sounds like nonsense to me.
"All the content in RoomAlive is driven in real-time and dynamically adapts to the exact colour and geometry of the user's living room". Sounds like they're specifically trying to target that issue.
Though it was MS, not Google.
Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, honest!
I mean Boo! Down with Micro$oft!
doesn't mean you have to trust third parties to host those libraries.
Yes, I know.
Presumably the idea is to keep cached copies of data on your device to a minimum. With a web front end there might be some caching of assets but you'd hope that actual email contents wouldn't get cached. That's not the case if you run a fat email client, which is why they require the remote wipe capability.
Seems perfectly sensible and reasonable.