Re: If Google wants to limit the speed of their test cars/prototypes to 25 mph....
The Mersey tunnels have minimum speed limits.
105 posts • joined 1 Sep 2009
The Mersey tunnels have minimum speed limits.
Cut its budget.
So why did the Swiss police get involved? Is sending an anonymous letter of complaint a criminal offence?
Others report it working...
Sideload Snap. Install Audible from Google Play. Away you go....
As a premium subscriber to spotify, I'm pleased that they support Linux with a proper native desktop client, and the Android client works well on BlackBerry too.
A few people have referred to Drax as a coal-fired counter-example. I believe Drax is now a wood-pellet biomass power station, and so its radioactive output will have been reduced.
"There’s nothing that would keep Apple out of the Android market ... We could compete very well ... We could play in two arenas at the same time.”
Nothing to suggest should or would.
Does this amount to preventing the possibility of a fair trial? Sub judice? Contempt of court proceedings to follow?
Are you sure those adverts aren't targeted?
Would the prosecution in any other civilized country be aloud to constantly refer to the defendant as "Mega Conspiracy" in its depositions? Can the defence refer to the FBI as the Federal Bullshit Informants or rename the DoJ the Department of Fartypants?
The more amazing photo is that of President Obama shaking the hand of President Raul Castro.
Proved to happen under Hoover. Do you have any evidence that anything has changed?
"I'll raise you unfair and unjust taxation without representation and the ensuing American Revolution."
Except this is a fantasy dreamt up after the fact. Taxes on tea were actually lowered to allow British companies to compete with Dutch tea smuggled into the colonies, by Americans. The actual rallying cry across New England was the far less wholesome, sectarian cry of "No Popery" - a response to the newly conquered French (catholic) fur traders being granted the same protections by the British army as the American fur traders, thus threatening the business interests that they had assumed would be advanced by the British victory in the French-Indian war that these same fur traders had engineered.
Disclaimer: I've never Facebooked.
Isn't the point of a social networking site to communicate with your social circle? If someone is posting stuff that upsets you, ask them to stop, or drop them from your social circle. I don't see a need to tell people in other social circles what they should be posting.
I did read the bit about electricity sources ... 30% from 'green suppliers'. This is where an electricity supplier that has multiple sources, some green and mostly non-green, pretends that you are only supplied by the green electricity when in reality it is all fed into and out of a single grid. There is no way to transmit just the 'green' energy to a particular consumer.
Even with a notional supply of the green stuff to apple, just means the other customers, get a greater proportion of their supply notionally from non-green. This sort of smoke and mirrors does not really constitute real green energy any more than carbon offsetting does.
However thumbs up to apple for at least generating much of its own power by renewable means, even if the carbon free claims are pr bullshit.
"We are deeply concerned ... could cause irreversible damage to the creative sector on which the United Kingdom’s future prosperity will significantly depend," the MPs warn.
If our future prosperity significantly depends on Harry Potter and the latest X-Factor pop, then we are indeed truly fucked.
I recently switched from o2 to 3 for my mobile internet. I was SHOCKED, shocked I tell you, to discover that the nanny filter was off by default. Won't somebody think of the children?
The negative association of fingerprint id with crime detection is at the root of the opposition to this scheme. A facial recognition system would avoid this and do the same job.
You cite a 5% failure rate - and yet may schools operate these scanners for canteen payments without a problem.
"But as any good programmer knows, this ignores the use of zero as a value."
day = 'Jan 1st'
So day will be the 256th element, afterall.
If what they are doing is wrong then they should be punished ... so the fine should be bigger than the profit, regardless of the size of the profit. Otherwise crime pays.
A Japanese engineer sues a Japanese company over a Japanese product in an American court. One of these things is not like the others...
But none of these tweets are in any way clever or amusing.
While I was wondering when Blake would return to the show, I went on a school trip to the RSC to see Twelfth Night. Disappointed to realise that Gareth Thomas was unlikely to give up his RSC gig to go back to a sci fi show. Cherie Lunghi was in the performance too, so it wasn't all bad.
You have convinced me. I'm now in favour of compulsory real names. It will make my stalking habit so much easier. Oops, I've said too much.
<---- that is not my real name.
When either pandora or spotify started and was US only (can't remember which), they required a US ZIP code to be entered to 'prove' that you were USian. I wonder how many other people joined me in residence at the White House.
The ISPs would have no obligation to third parties to provide access to their websites, and can filter whatever they like, with no duty to those sites.
They do however have a contract with their customers - whether this contract requires them to provide access any particular sites or category of sites depends on the details of those contacts.
Nixnote (formerly Nevernote) works well as a native Linux client. Hope this doesn't bork it.
Yes, you are crazy.
The advantage to the client of buying both hardware and software from a single source is that there is no opportunity for the hardware and software suppliers to blame each other for a problem and neither be willing to fix the mess.
" if it didn't work that way what would be the reasoning for committing one crime vs. many?"
A counter argument might be - I've committed several minor offences, but the total sentence is now so big I have nothing to lose, so from here on in kill any witnesses.
"they do this about 100 times a week. And that 99 of those visits turn out to be nothing."
... and the other 1 time turns out to be nothing too.
ITYM Who watches the iWatches.
Prove, v. i.
1. To make trial; to essay.
Including vulture central - debian web servers.
That would be £
"Give to caesar what is caesar's"
Commonly misunderstood. The pharisees' question was designed to elicit a response that was either seditious or look bad to the jewish nationalist audience. The reply would be understood by the audience - Caesar should be given what is rightfully his - i.e. nothing, without actually saying anything that would land Jesus in hot water with the Roman authorities.
The moral person requires no laws, for he knows what is right and acts acordingly. Laws are put in place for the immoral and the wicked to force them to behave in a minimally acceptable manner. Those bleating that they obeyed the letter of the law and thus have done no wrong are clearly members of the latter groups rather than the former.
It is time to reach for a bigger legal stick with which to beat the wicked back on to the right path.
"To jaw-jaw is always better than to war-war."
... for He makes His sun rise on the wicked and on the good, and makes the rain fall upon the upright and the wrongdoers.
Yes the press is already governed by laws - those laws that apply to everybody. What Cameron is arguing against is laws specifically to regulate the press.
What we have here is a first. A PM who hasn't responded to a situation where the existing laws are not being enforced with a "We need more laws." I find myself in agreement with Mr Cameron - and that too is a first.
Just get your friend to carry your lanyard/rfid to all those lessons when you have better things to do.
"I'm still trying to get my head around the reason why Talk Talk have jumped at the chance of implementing the "filter thingy"."
Well there will be savings resulting from any reduction in data download, and less need to respond to law-suits against copyright claims which will reduce admin costs.
I always pronounced it 'jiff' - if anyone uses a hard 'g', I've not met them.
adj 1: bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure
I'm not sure how you stretched my meaning to include condoning and then extended your error by stooping to personal insults.
Reprehensible yes, but not theft.
Hey Mr advertiser why don't you ask the user to change their settings if they visit your site with don't track set? You can explain the advantages of your enhanced experience. Make a good case and people will opt in surely.
"Wireless Asociation[sic], formerly the Cellular Telephone Industry Association (CTIA). It argued that jailbreaking should not be allowed because users buy handsets, but don't necessarily own the software that runs them."
So replacing the software I don't own with software that I do own is wrong. How is that for fucked up logic.
"governments are CRAP at running services like this"
"Virgin Media ... exit service I received, was absolutely dire"
"BT ... I was getting 2 - 4Mbps max"
So privatised services are the solution?
Don't VW own Porsche?