10 posts • joined 22 Oct 2010
China in a few years if their quinquennial plan works out.
Twitter answer? This is a good time as any to kill the free ride.
And the El Reg hacks missed Twitter's answer the very same day? Read and weep:
Re: Fond memories!
Do you mean rewriting it in C++?
"In the future, there will only be one"
Ahhh! But you Bill? You are no Highlander.
First word Babgladesh had a world-leading academic center on Computer Science and electronics.
What's happened to the art of bylining?
A simple "March of the Pentiums" would've been much better.
Very nice and all...
But LimeSurvey does much more for the right price (GPLv2). And their cloudy service LimeService has a pricing structucture that methinks is more reasonable in some respects. No endorsement implied, although I've used the first and loved it. I've never touched the second, though.
The fox guarding the hens.
Re: Putin putting Ballmer straight...
Judo kick, Ninja poison? Nah! Behead him he will, while riding a kazakh prized horse bare-chested (as in the anti-alcoholism campaign couple of years ago).
And Skolkovo *is* close to Moscow. Check the Skolkovo Fund website: <http://www.i-gorod.com/en/>. A hyperlink in the article would have been a nice touch, nyet?
As always, in the last 40 years, the Japanese were first.
NTT DoCoMo has been doing it for 6 years or so. It works because they don't involve the SIM at all, but rather an independent security chip. The chip can even be in a peel-on sticker that you attach the phone's battery lid. See:
- Just TWO climate committee MPs contradict IPCC: The two with SCIENCE degrees
- 14 antivirus apps found to have security problems
- Apple winks at parents: C'mon, get your kid a tweaked Macbook Pro
- Feature Scotland's BIG question: Will independence cost me my broadband?
- Driverless car SQUADRONS to hit Britain in 2015