Re: Good news
Haven't been following the F1 this season - must have missed the BBC coverage.
5654 posts • joined 31 Dec 2009
Haven't been following the F1 this season - must have missed the BBC coverage.
Didn't know he was out of the coma and on the way to being better until I read this.
>Which market is it coming out it in
The 'next billion" those lesser developed regions with more primitive telecommunications infrastructure and less access to modern fibre optic telecommunications.
So pretty much anywhere more than 1/2 mi from a BT exchange
Still waiting for Blair and Bush to turn up at the Hague.
Funny that in 70years the international criminal court had convicted 2 world leaders; Donitz for ending WWII and some guy from a little tin pot African country that forget to sign minerals for weapons deals with a superpower.
Suppose the government in the 1930s had been gathering holiday photos so it had evidence of you kissing somebody in public.
Just so that if you said anything nasty about the Germans ( and so compromised the chances of British industry getting the contracts for those new shower blocks) it would have something to leak to the tabloids.
Sounds like a great deal for consumers.
Google changed the contract and I assume the owners can choose not to agree to the new conditions and can return their year old chromebook for a full refund.
If you find the site through Goolge then DNS, and the silly new set of top level domains, are pointless.
The hard bits are built by Samsung and then assembled by a bunch of Siemens pick-place machines.
The peasants are just putting them in boxes
And coincidently started building everything in Alabama, or somewhere with no auto unions, instead of in Germany.
And then the crowds of humans will run after the cows waving their iPads.
At worst, both the cows and festival goers get some exercise - at best, some performance theatre that everyone else can enjoy
I suppose there is an issue with the smell and 'manure' problem
- but the cows could get used to it.
Wouldn't real cows be just as effective?
They could roam the festival site with WIFI stripped to their backs.
It was on in the default and nobody read the manual ?
MobileIron claims that it offers a full management system for data on your mobile devices.
Unless they can prove that this hack was somehow able to post messages, send email and wipe the devices but somehow wasn't able to "fully manage" the data - you should assume that they slurped everything.
That wiping every employees mobile phone after extracting all the data from it represented no financial loss to the company and no risk to customers.
Normaly if some hacker merely gets onto their web server he is accused of causing millions in damamges
Suppose the only result that came up when an employer Googled your name was the conviction for nicking booze 20years ago - because Google gives more weight to a "real" newspaper than your blog about your work rescuing kittens. The conviction is spent and doesn't appear on a police record, but does appear on the HR manager's phone.
>They can't find some e-mails because a hard drive was destroyed.
Presumably this is where an all-seeing National Security Agency that even spies on the government could come in handy?
I'd like a warrant to tap phones looking for terrorists Mr Judge
Where does it apply and for how long.
Everywhere in the world for the next 1000years.
Approved - stamp
Obviously there won't be any $20,000 routers this time.
Now that we know that we need to avoid any HW made in china for security reasons, and any routers used in schools need to be terrorist proof they will need to cost a little more - but we have to be safe
They already have a kill switch for that - it's called the phone system.
You don't need to build a secret kill switch into all TV sets to stop them hearing anti-government messages on Fox news, you just have a word with Fox news.
And the ability to block the import of any cheap Android phones that don't have this feature
Safe rockets use liquid fuel.
The Apollo era Saturn V rockets used liquid fuel as did the Shuttle main engines because Nasa only allowed liquid fuel for man rated missions. But the shuttle got a bit heavy and so they added a couple of solid fuel boosters.
They were perfectly safe because Nasa changed the rules to allow solid fueled manned flights
>it is our taxes that are paying for these inefficiencies. The money saved can be better spent elsewhere
Such as on dole for all the people made redundant ?
Look at the shining model of the South Yorkshire coalfield.
Spend 10x as much as you used to spend on subsidizing coal on dole, inward investment grants, regional development grants, depressed area grants, extra policing, extra healthcare etc.
And 20years later you still have an area that s completely fucked.
But at least you now have millions of quid going to Moscow to pay for the gas you are using instead. Well done comrade Thatcher - have an Order of Lenin
In the same way that semiconductor wafer processing is a fundamental skill that is part of everything.
Electric cars are going to be everywhere so we all need to be lithium miners ?
Now try doing that if you are a european company with development teams in 5 different countries.
Are many of the IT professionals from these nations qualified parachutists?
It is going to create traffic problems if large numbers of them are dropped into the square mile and the chutes don't open
I always put down African - I believe my family came from Olduvai Gorge originally
>but how does that work for, say, a brain surgeon or a sysadmin?
Same way - by the amount of blood on the walls at the end of the first week.
Are supposed to allow you escape from being locked to expensive propriety server applications and databases - so you naturally go with the main jailer?
But the Bletchely trust have evidence that the NMC have weapons of mass destruction that could be used within 32kb (1) and so must be stopped.
(1) the evidence came from some posting on the internet and may be confused
>I´d like to know what our society is
I thought there was "no such thing as society"?
If he doesn't believe in holy iron lady he must be some sort of commie terrorist
And Google could respond by removing it and replacing it with a front page link saying "Embarrassing details about Mr X available on our Irish server click here"
Since Google don't do any business in the UK, according to their tax return, there isn't much the UK could do.
>When did the armed uprising take place in the UK?
Approx 1969-1998 and it was necessary to have reporting restrictions to prevent the oxygen of publicity
> el reg readers tend to be able to take rational arguments and draw their own conclusions.
That if you are about to launch a crackdown/counter-insurgency operation you don't want the rest of the world finding out any details except through your official news agency?
They seem happy to do the same thing if the suspect you haven't used your real name on Google+, or if there is some copyright background music in your home video on youtube.
This is simple you request a page removed, they pass it onto the courts, the court declare which page is removed. If Google can't keep up with the data flows resulting from individual court judgements - its probably in the wrong business
>“I am not aware of any exceptional circumstances which would justify a departure from the neither >confirm nor deny principle in relation to the alleged Tempora
What about when foreign companies stop basing themselves in London because of the assumption that all their data will immediately be copied to the USA? What about when Airbus stops allowing Brits anywhere near their designs because GCHQ will copy them to the NSA who will hand them to Boeing?
I'm not sure that being seen as merely a US eavesdropping operation is exactly in line with Boris and Cameron's new digital tentacles London - or perhaps it is!
A national lottery with the prize the chance to Hunt Harper - could clear the national debt!
>This was an engineer in a royal cannon factory
A little unfair, Benjamin Thompson (Count von Rumford) was America's first world class scientist. But since he was a royalist he got kicked out and went to work for the Germans.
Especially when you reclassify every dry-cleaner with a facebook link as a digital business
Then why was Russel Crowe still visible in almost every shot of Gladiator?
Nurse, he's got out again !
I think the packets just wanted to go and watch the footie
That's why we need more regulation.
Do you realise that in London today people who are not members of the British Computer Society are allowed to use computers. On the street. In broad daylight. Where it might frighten the horses.
So ironically it is legal for Apple to do these tax dodges so long as they effectively ban anyone else from selling their kit profitably. But an HP or IBM or Lenovo couldn't