Re: Ownership issue
I presume you are referring to Europa
938 posts • joined 1 Apr 2010
I have heard of a few cases of this, but in none of them have I heard that the code will run within a reasonable time.
I believe that there are rotary UPS systems like the system that you describe with zero start up time (or less than 1 cycle of 50Hz). The diesel is kept warm and with a BIG flywheel the clutch auto engages when incoming power drops.
But these are expensive, large and very hard to retrofit to a building.
Shouldn't that be called a cat-flap?
Yo dawg, I heard you liked backdoors, so I put a backdoor in your backdoor
In the our universe the number of electrons to move about is large, but not infinite.
No competition really
Clearly Adobe have the experience of writing really buggy code, and I expect them to keep ahead for the foreseeable future.
Some Scotsmen do not have ginger hair; some are bald.
we REALLY need an icon for it
Solid earth tides also exist. They are of order 10's of centimetres (rather than meters) . They have lower amplitude and are not in phase with the ocean tides, because the continents are just floating on magma.
Even rock will flow if warmed enough and given enough force.
Any actor, producer and director that has the staying power of Mr De Niro clearly has some intelligence, and has earned respect.
Next to that item on Yotube were (when I pulled it up) "Reacting to my teenage computer" - reasonable enough, and then "5 most brutal prisons in history".
Does the 2nd item say something about Mr Dabbs home life, or the conditions he works under?
you forgot the high-pitched whine of the flyback transformer; a sound that I remember from childhood
Ah, you have to also consider that after 6 pints of stout it is not only the brain that becomes non-functional - there also also organs that become somewhat non-functional also.
Sign of my age.. see icon.
If the female on the left of the photo is an example, I think I could resist the temptation.
Also a problems with twins, and will be in future with clones.
Maybe like Scumbag Steve? Or a big bag of money with a Scumbag hat.
The only thing that is "inutile" round this forum is TalkTalk security response
For carrying-on an undertaking of great advantage but no-one to know what it is.
Will lap this gold-plated bullshit up. The fact that the tubes give distortion totally negates the hi-fi credibility seems lost on them.
Why should marble be any better than chipboard or any other non-conducting material anyway?
To the True Believer there are only 2 possible choices
Debian or Arch; with maybe Yocto on an embedded system.
I can just imagine attractive you ladies of negotiable virtue making big business out of this.
But, as for fooling login system, would a waxwork dummy head work as well? It worked for Sherlock against Colonel Sebastian Moran.
BEWARE this looks like a vogon wrote it
Does that mean the portable version is OK?
translate all data to assyrian, and then write that output as Hiragana, written diagonally.
What - does this sound stupid; it makes as much sense as the UK government position.
Just let us know what you really feel
I have BOUGHT (not as a package from a carrier, but from a shop) 2 Samsung phones - so no locking. Get prepaid package. So far no real problems with them. If the carrier pisses me off (has happened) I
I would not consider doing it any other way.
The wife has one phone (the more expensive) and I have the other one.
You were lucky - all we had was a software modem, and you had to reconfigure it every time you used it.
Wait for the precession of equinoxes; it will be about right in another 20,000 years
We had an home insurance company that gave away fire alarms for the home and subsidized fire extinguishers.
That is not so wildly different to this concept.
maybe just stick to:
- well defined file formats
- similar icons for similar concepts
But don't use identical code base for servers, desktops, tablets, phones, TVs, game consoles, fridges etc.
I hope he's a frood who really knows where his towel is
It's to check that you are not an cyborg; hunting people down via WeChat.
" the assumption has to be they have appropriate security in place to cover it"
I would ASSUME no such thing; the provider should prove to the bank and to the public that the security is rock solid. Otherwise who would trust their money in that bank?
Number 2) - inconvenience is the big one for me.
I remember having to give a presentation once with a Windows system and it insisted on a huge update while I was doing the intro.
After that I used a Mac or Linux box. Do the bloody updates when I say so, without umpteen reboots
ye earth lubbers
Surely this is a phased array giving a localized dip in air pressure with strong peaks around it to hold beads in place - or have I missed something?
Out there he would be a very cold dog
"millions of lines of code running in an EMS"
Can that really be the case?
If machine learning did this then I think it must be doing much more than working out fuel and air amounts....
Perhaps it really wants to choke us.
'feminal' - a portmanteau word female+criminal?
If it needed to be secure, why wasn't it encrypted? Surely the most basic operation of a spy agency?
Or is it that they don't want us to encrypt and are leading by example.
They have obviously tapped into the undersea cables, and are hacking from a secret underwater lair.
Binary is their native way of counting (2 flippers) so computing comes naturally to them.
What's that nurse - time for my meds?
Connotations of greed of resources, uncontrollability, tendency to roast anyone who comes within reach.
Logo: obviously a troll, an equally awkward thing to deal with.
Perhaps not so surprising that clouds and water reflect light better that rocks and sand. If you compare the lunar surface with e.g. Australia they are not wildly different in brightness.