15 posts • joined Wednesday 26th August 2009 14:09 GMT
Works both ways
If a prisoner can post how (s)he is doing on facebook, what's to stop everyone else from posting what a lovely time they're having whilst not being in prison?
A couple of weeks of everyone pointing out how nice it is not to have bars on their windows, and that they can just pop down the pub when they feel like it (and if they want to use the phone they don't have to smuggle it into the house up their bum), and surely the most hardened of crims will start to feel a bit down about this facebook thing.
But is there a plugin for Firefox that allows H.264 use?
Obviously it will depend on how big this hypothetical airship is, and how high above the ground it will be stationed at, but if it's sat in one position, won't it make a pretty easy target for any bampot with an AK?
I'm pretty sure there's data missing from the spread sheet.
Eg Peugeot 205: in
1995 - 2770 passes and 2774 fails
1996 1105 and 1020
1997 4 and 1
so over two years over 2000 cars were scrapped? I'm pretty sure there's more than 5 205's still going in Bristol, let alone the UK...
We moved from 2k3 to 2k7 about two years ago now (to 50 odd employees).
For the first two weeks I got nothing but bitching and moaning from my users about the new interface.
Then they shut up, learnt how to use it and now everyone is quite happy with it, and I've not had a complaint since.
As far as I know, there's no plans to upgrade to 2010 anytime soon (we're still using XP due to some old bits of software), but 2007 made my life a bit easier (the customised setup builder is very useful), so all in all I'm a happy geek.
FF3.5.4 on XP, works fine.
(and as it happens I've never had any problems with Lloyds, but then I've never had much money for them to loose)
"Using the Minimal Services option didn’t make for a fair test either, because it changed the Windows display scheme to mimic a butt-ugly Windows 95 layout."
ie it turned off the theme's service, this is the first thing I do on a new PC, perhaps that's why I never ran into any performance problems using Vista, with theme's turned off you're not wasting cycles drawing eye candy.
Appearance is subjective, but performance can be objectively measured.
(ps, can anyone tell me why Win2003 has the wireless config service enabled by default?)
@ Lionel Baden: It's a conservation of momentum thing. m1v1=m2v2 where m1 is the mass of the projectile, and v1 it's velocity, and m2 and v2 are the mass of the capsule and it's final velocity respectively.
Guestimate numbers (ie tottaly made up and not really anything to do with reality)
m1 = 10g == 0.01kg
m2 = 10 tons == 1000kg
v1 = 500 m/s
v2 = (m1v1)/m2 = 0.005m/s in the opposite direction to the shell . So not very fast really and presumably well within the thruster's capabilities, although on one website I read
"firing caused considerable shaking of the station itself, therefore in-orbit tests of the weapon during manned operations were ruled out." (http://www.russianspaceweb.com/almaz_ops2.html)
@ Ken Hagan
SMB is documented, and M$ gave the Samba project all the documentation they needed way back in December 2007. I've no idea if that extends to SMB2.0 mind.
Given how important file (and printer) sharing is to most windows running shops, turning SMB off isn't really an option. Good thing we've not upgraded to Vista yet :)
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