Re: At least they know where to send the invoice
That would be Terranea di Navigazione s.p.a
132 posts • joined 23 Oct 2009
That would be Terranea di Navigazione s.p.a
" Chernobyl witnesses reported seeing 'blue twinkles' in the wreckage of Reactor No.4" I guess that that was probably Cherenkov radiation in the eyeball; not a good thing.
The US corporates gave up training their workers a looong time ago.
Tabs vs spaces is not important. Scripting languages and data descriptions that are sensitive to white spaces is the real problem. Oh, and one that has been solved and forgotten, and solved and forgotten, and ... for decades.
"any unbreakable system must have essentially the same characteristics as the one-time pad: the key must be truly random, as large as the plaintext, never reused in whole or part, and kept secret"
Not really practical for most at the moment. The truly random requirement is also a bit of a bugger.
Very like a modern version of ICL's CAFS (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Content_Addressable_File_Store).
When there is a discrepancy between the rate data can be delivered into a system and the rate at which it can be consumed by the general purpose processor(s), then a bit of specialist hardware in the way to pre-process the data is always a help. What I'm not sure of is that will a single purpose piece of hardware like a CPU always be faster than the same logic programmed onto a FPGA?
Just like the horrible 148 different rules for passwords. <email address> != <user>
One of the main problems with nuclear tipped cruise missiles is that it paints a confusing picture to the enemies your trying to deter in a MAD sort of way. If all you have is nuclear SLBMs and they detect SLBM launch, they know what is coming. Conversely, if there is no launch, then there is no possibility of a nuclear attack. However, if you have conventional and nuclear armed cruise missiles (a probability unless you throw away all conventional cruise missiles) and they see a bunch of cruise missiles coming their way (or worse, vaguely towards them) and they don't know whether they are nuclear tipped or not, they have to respond as if they are nuclear tipped and the world is a darker place.
Hum, but that 'solution' is SAP.
If your riding a horse, you, the rider, are still responsible if there is an accident on the roads, not the horse which seems to me a similar situation as riding in an autonomous car.
That would be the Apple graphene dispenser.
Sir Peter Leahy Bonfield, arch example of type. Same useless failing strategies applied to two of UK's leading tech companies one after another. Leading to misery for his workforce and a peerage for himself.
Hum, look up the Glorious Revolution of 1688. There are others...
Oracle does the same...
The main issue would seem to be that the Irish government have passed tax laws which results in multinational businesses that generate profit in foreign countries not being subject to taxation on that overseas profit, only on the profit made in Erie. This is not the situation in other countries. The UK for instance, currently gives businesses credits for tax paid in foreign countries and then taxes you on the rest, at normal UK business tax rates. The USA, I think just taxes you again on the lot as worldwide income and doesn't bother with the niceties of double taxation that you might have to shoulder. Other countries, mostly, have similar arrangements. The Irish are effectively running as a multinational corporation tax haven in the EU.
" Digital Citizen Passport " Hum, souds like an ID card...
I think a lot of people have given up entirely and use their phones or tablets.
If you didn't need Russian launches then you could change the inclination of the orbit.
You can turn the Wi-Fi part of the BT router off and use a different WI-FI access point which gets rid of the piggy backing problem. But I guess not many people would do that...
It looks sun synchronous
Sooty and worn-in is the preferred Star Wars look...
Well looking for something that probably doesn't exist and where you get more money to look again when you don't find it, sounds like a good job...
<3 is "Love (heart shape)"
Don't forget those pesky data protection rules that the EU foisters upon us.
It was the wrong way around on the launch pad?
Not if you've signed a waiver to your legal rights in order to get more than the legal minimum redundancy terms...
Just wondering if this will result in any meaningful losses.
Most classified material is stunningly unimportant.
Is that you, Buttle?
The problem is, which big corp is any different?
"the previous management of Sun had no grasp of the value of their company" That just about sums it up...
He's waiting for a space yacht.
Looking historically, exactly which bits of scientific research 'should' we not have done?
Because that wouldn't allow you to do traffic analysis and that's the whole point of this exercise. Well, other than to legalise what GCHQ and palls do already.
Isn't this what the Tories want to do?
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They take their own position from the stars as they pass through apogee ...
A marvellous company. No really, it is, legally speaking, I can't say anything bad about it.
Having worked for a few USA employers, they all asked me to sign a document agreeing to my personnel and other employment data to be kept and processed wherever they saw fit. Not sure how legal that was at the time and not sure if this ruling affects that too much. It would only be tested in court if somebody had the means and motivation to do it and given that you mostly want the job and compared to the US-MegaCorp, of puny means, it's pretty unlikely to be tested. So I guess things will just carry on.
@Arnaut Monte Carlo simulations... No whether you think that their use in share trading is for the greater good or not is debatable but at least the weather forecasts are more reliable.
How about, 'Never piss of a companies with offshore cash piles bigger than your national debt'
There is always the tried and trusted Bessemer converter option. I used to send discpacks to their fiery doom via the ones in Scunthorpe, truly a trip to Mordor...