Re: Would aircraft system designers really do this?
If it was good enough for Darth....
528 posts • joined 16 Oct 2009
If it was good enough for Darth....
And Jeff was also using a Mac (see photos)
Well there has to be a payback for doing your best to reduce the cost of social provision for the disabled...
Senior staff seemed more clued up about dodgy emails, meaning managers and staff clicked on links in malicious messages two times more frequently than executives.
Senior staff frequently in my experience have a clued up secretary (aka admin assistant) to do that for them (and print out the emails they need to read). Nothing to do with innate sense, other than that to understand where an activity is above (below?) their pay grade.
You can't beat an Italian football match for real flares...
Looks good. Shame about the weakness in 4g coverage for a number of UK networks.
And yet,with all that data,stolen or otherwise,our governments have not been able to foil one terrorist plot to stop it in its tracks.
To be fair, we don't know what has necessarily been foiled - and trials held in camera make that difficult to know. But you do make a very good point - a concentration on 'offence' through massive surveillance has a tendency to (a) allow government agencies to carry on claiming money for what may well be largely the case of the 'the emperors new underwear' - ably assisted by technology and quasi governmental companies with a vested interest in getting their noses into the trough, (b) allow them to avoid smarter more targeted intelligence gathering and prevention by pointing to the great efforts being made through mass surveillance and (c) carry on justifying their existence through what looks, certainly in the US like entrapment practices with weak minded stooges.
Yup a little limiting :-)
Well relaxed anyway if the claims are to be believed....
Complete with the cut and pasted bullet points.
You really have not listened to any of the presenters (eg one J Humphries) on the Today program have you?
Nooooo read the article. It was the MiL at 100 yards on a richochet
Ahhh yore higher powers seem to have more influence than most :_) just dump Sky
you really have never studied that record of shepherding best practice have you - Shaun the Sheep
I haven't seen an an electric, but my fibre glass 7 happily outru s most porsces to 60 - and it feels like it -:) to go back to another thread, I'm driving an Auris Hybrid for most miles
What's wrong with Donkey Kong?
"High resolution in laptops is vastly overrated. The higher DPI is something that most desktop software hasn't been written to cope with so the OS upscales the windows. "
Well I use a Macbook Pro 15" Retina as my main machine - generally on a desktop, and find the high resolution/screen real estate extremely useful and comfortable. Apps (primarily homegrown or development) cope very well. Travelling on the train I do switch down the resolution.
it just took a couple of crashes to complete
Complex does not mean complcated.... if you can do integers and fp in assembler you can represent 'complex' numbers. Read up m'boy.
pahh i accept your spectrum and offer a ZX80 (although with a dodgy memory pack)
and where do you think thedata will be stored?
Just one waffer thin mint? And look what it did to Mr Corporate? (Disclaimer - I love my Mac book pro retina :-)
Only if you plug him in
that's business for you
I don't think the watch has appropriate sensors. although I suppose a seismic sensor might work
Does Death bother with twitter - other than anticipating applying a scythe in due course?
Ahmed would like all of his comrades to know that the virgins are great down here
I also. But I also have to pay an extortionate amount (well not really they are craftsmen/women) to service my rolex
Because of course they had no vote. We do God help us.... (As an atheist I hope y'all see this in its proper context)
I use two mobiles a Moto G and an iPhone5s.Both seem to have come with a default 'dont annoy me when i am driving' - but sheep will ignores such advice......
just outsidePeterborough of course
Three expressos in and I read this as Fiorina....
Well I was aware of Toty ministers and their SPADs doing this but servants, not really a d civil - never
Not quite. It becomes dangerous as the probability of that energy being ummm very rapidly released in an uncontrolled way grows.
Surely in this case Hadaway is sunni?
And the curses involved in getting the engine out of a VW Dub need to be heard to be believed. Came up with a number of new ones myself. Worth the effort (I think) though.
And how should we get you right?
Almost certainly fewer than the number who fail to understand nuclear power? Are you going to boycott your electricity - or hey, this is an idea, put in a filter?
"Apple's hype machine has creaked into life again"
It never creaks into life - and possibly this sentence explains why they don't ask you?
What could be easier? Hosting a nonexistent service with imaginary cycles and storage. Sounds right for a govrnment partner.
Methinks not. For every government worker lost, two become available in th lost cost, sub minimal wage private sector shurely. Or get outsourced overseas.
No. Anti government waste that has occurred under recent administrations of all colours. Go back to the Daily Fail if you can't read.
All very true. But to assume a linear progression is stupid. It will either crash and burn or go exponential.
While I am (un) happy to believe this very predictable car crash run by the deluded IDS will fail, the so called analyst is an idiot
Brian Wernham, independent analyst and author of Agile Project Management for Government estimates it will take the DWP another 120 years to reach its roll-out target, on the basis of its current rate of getting active on-board.
A linear estimate of take up is idiotic. But then I suppose he did write 'Agile Project Management for Government' and look where that got us... Get the processes right, get the loading and performance right and after you have debugged the humans in the loop then take up becomes some exponential to the limit of the number of users.
One would hope. But even an air gap is vulnerable to a well paid employee seeking to add to his/her salary.
Sounds like a challenge to me. fight fight oh er er er silence to me
Surely ads and results go hand in hand. Not incidental but symbiotic?
There is of course the old saying about the people who got reliably rich during the great gold rush sold the picks!
Rolls Royce haven't done too badly for their investors on the engine front.
Or just a symbol? Forget absence it is there.