23 posts • joined 20 May 2010
how does it compare to the equally well priced Orange San Francisco on PAYG as per your earlier review of cheap Android phones?
Capacitive screen, easily rooted/upgraded (apparently), free phone for the same price
Lies, damn lies and statistics
both P values are at the significant level of 0.05 fpr variation left/right
the paper states no difference in mean BMC/BMD
r value is a coin toss
I call shenanigans
Primer of Biomedical Statistics might help the journalist
I love the smell of male bovine faeces in the morning...
is part of my job
and another thing....
if both populations have a significant left/right variation then maybe it is normal...
shame they did not do ANOVA
or have a decent sample size
News flash : Fish can't Fly!!
Strangely, a Faraday Cage, designed to block transverse electromagnetic waves doesn't stop longitudinal compression waves of ultrasound. Who'd've thunk?
Ultrasound does travel in gas, just not very well
It travels better in liquids and better still in solids (issues around elasticity not withstanding)
It is the interface between materials that is the biggest issue, where most losses occur. A coupling agent generally required (hence icon).
Nyquist applies to A-D conversion. Ultrasound (US) is not inherently analogue.
I use US professionally.
And it is fabulous at assessing steel / welds / metal fatigue / submarines....
shenanigans for when the court order to disclose AC's IP is sent.
(TSR reference shouldn't need to be explained...)
I read the title a little differently and thought, YouTube, truncheons and popularity were being discussed.
Mines the one with the hosepipe in the pocket. Mind the stairs Sir.
no GPS is a deal breaker for me - I want to navigate with a tablet so the sooner a proper compliance document is out the better.
is that not available, not applicable or some other abbreviation.
Are you claiming the wi-fi is permanently switched off or that the tel-co doesn't specify?
Enquiring minds need to know - 3G only data isn't a great option
a phrase commonly used in RISC OS.
All fun and games, until some one loses an "i"
GPS or it's no use
can we know if there is GPS on board so it can navigate - a deal breaker for me, and many others I suspect
4port + WiFi
similar but with added WiFI is the Devolo AVeasy wireless 4 port adapter - can be part of a kit with a single port adapter to plug in near router. I use one successfully and am considering adding a second both for WiFi coverage and the increasing living room demands for ethernet connectivity of consoles/telly/decoder boxes etc. Bit dearer than quoted above.
he walks among us, and uses Hotmail!
Jesus uses Vodafone according to the undocumented feature ;q
fortunately I've never shared my email with them so I remain less spammable.
I think my next phone will be bought outright and a selection of monthly SIMS used as I see fit with no disclosure of such information
no chance of misdialling
111 is awfully close to 112
333 would have been a better choice...
its not too late yet, wait, it's government so it's waaaaay too late.
I may have misunderstood, but sell for $26 or pay $30 to dispose gives a profit of $56 per tonne, rather than $4
and when the rfid reader or chip fail you get fined??
can they really read from a passing bin lorry?
stir the tanks
The train now arriving
All the additional benefits of the 410 over the 210j are part of the spec of the DS210+, launched 17/5/10 according to a brief google/browse having studied the spec chart linked to.
So you can have a 2 disc set up with the processor/memory/eSATA for less.
CfH : new chief exec announced as Phineas T Barnum
emergency treatment will not be changed/affected.
Chronic problems seeing someone else about - you can talk to them
You will still have to give a history - all those questions whether this happens or not.
Minimal benefit at the end of the day.
Might stop some "gaming" of the system - if the person doing so admits to who they actually are.
And if you have a severe allergy, I would rely more on bracelet/tattoo than CfH
And I am in a position to know lots about the care delivery - and the reality on the ground of CfH
Segway / segue
and I though iRobot made bomb disposal equipment and vacuum cleaners...
Dry suits come in two types though.
Neoprene - restrictive
Laminate - full mobility.
And you are meant to dump the air out to avoid the Bibendum effect
I use both types, and wetsuits for a variety of watersports activities so not unaware of the relative merits.
And I would love to learn to kitesurf, having watched it at Scarborough Beach - the one in the Southern Hemisphere though
Paris because she would look good in neoprene/latex/whatever
a better wet suit has been available for ages - it's called a dry suit. ;)
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