9 posts • joined Thursday 23rd July 2009 13:41 GMT
It's funny how one of the things which makes online advertising so annoying (it coming from other domains, usually via rather slow CDNs) makes it so easy to block. If websites served all their image content and advertising content from the same directory adblock would be a lot harder to use...
Good on you though Reg, when's the switch to a subscription model coming then? :)
Have you seen Star Trek? What do you think the deflector dish is for?
Besides, isn't the point of warp drive that instead of moving at close to the speed of light, you travel slowly while compressing space to decrease the distance you have to go?
I'm glad Cambridge researchers agree with me
I've been saying this for years...
Lets hope this makes it into the mainstream media, with all the anti-bank feeling around at the moment something might be done.
The only way...
That this kind of technology will take off is when we have automated/robotic space-based manufacturing capability, using materials obtained from either mining on the moon or the capture of a NEO. Preferably this would involve self-replicating robots capable of churning out solar panels without much human intervention. They'd also need to be capable of maintaining the arrays once built.
And transmission back to earth would be better done using some kind of tether rigged with superconducting cables - else the transmission losses just make the whole scheme even sillier.
Launching the equipment from Earth would be madness using our current disposable rocket technology. Better to spend the money on developing fusion, or building terrestrial solar arrays...
this is oooooooold
Welcome to 2 months ago! They've been running this ad campaign for ages...
Andrews and Arnold provide native IPv6 on all their offerings, only ISP in the UK doing that at the moment that I know of.
If you want IPv6, switch providers, if enough people switch the big ISPs might just take notice...
As for FTTC/FTTP, bring it on!
Quite aside from the "interesting" design, I had to add an SSL exception in FF to access the site. Not really terribly professional looking when your users get a nasty warning when they try to access your site.
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