10 posts • joined Tuesday 8th February 2011 10:53 GMT
Re: Wrong move
Maybe it's all part of a cunning plan by canonical to lure M$ to their doom.. keep adding stupid to Ubuntu to pull M$ further down while the community Lubuntu, Xubuntu and others like Mint provide useful workable versions.
Never mind Lego
What about all the lego sets with assorted crooks?
LEGO City Forest Police Station 4440
Can't see this MIMO system working too well on TN-C and TN-C-S systems in use in the uk.
how well does data travel on a shorted pair of wires?
on a more serious note
+1 for the Pratchett references
Re: What about dam building?
Never mind the natural and farmed marine life that are in that area eh?
The Whitstable oysters are the first that spring to mind.
(not that I'm personally bothered, can't stand shellfish)
On the Other hand
I had a Seagate drive die last week, Seagate were quite happy to RMA a replacement under warranty
Sugar / linux all the way despite the rumours to the contrary...
see the latest linux journal
@ Penguin Slapper
Dictionary definition of Half Life: The time required for half the nuclei in a sample of a specific isotopic species to undergo radioactive decay.
basically, within that time period half of the radioactive isotope has decayed into the next element in that particular chain, leaving half behind.
so after those "hours " are up, there will still be some left to be found, Thats why the iodine with a half life of 8 days will take weeks to decay, not just 1 week and a day.
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