So how long until
We can detect a passing GSV?
83 posts • joined 25 Mar 2011
We can detect a passing GSV?
Well, they're only a mute button away from being the Guild of Mime Artists...
Where's the scorpion pit when you need it?
Gently does it...
How about carrier pigeons? There's a
n app RFC for that.
We're going to need a bigger corner soon...
Politicians should be like NASCAR drivers - they should have logos from all their sponsors on the back of their jackets. Then you'd know why they vote the way they do!
Well, it is stimulated emission...
"There is no floating-point support, so it won't be juggling tasks involving lots of math."
I guess number theory doesn't qualify as maths, then?
Fire all the scientists and hire more administrators? I've seen that pattern before.
Will we? Guess my invitation got lost in the mail.
On those lines: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mMaRmMthWQ
Someone needs to be paid for those 4,000 volts
'Except for one thing: back when FIPS was created, the standard didn't consider astrophysical sources for randomness, so it stipulates that “the RGB or portion of the RGB cryptographic module that generates the key must 'reside' within the FIPS 140 key-generating module.”'
So if the key-generating module is the universe, the CMB is within the module, no?
Morse code? Luxury - we had to make do with dots, because dashes hadn't been invented yet. The only letters we could send were E, H, I and S.
I just hope they've taken precautions against the .303 bookworm.
the prime minister *of* counter-terrorism
Given that the statement seems to originate from a press office, I wonder if we're looking at the start of this effect:
The G&S could switch into a classical-style opera, with lyrics in Italian...
"Gli angoli sono rotonde,
e si tiene sbagliato
C'è solo un pulsante,
Non un grosso problema"
I see what you did there! Have an upvote,
"THE CHALLENGE is open to United Kingdom residents only."
Fantastic accuracy warning!
You shouldn't excuse one bunch of idiots by pointing out what a different bunch of idiots did. Politics (like life) is not a zero-sum game.
Was there any mention about whether the data has to be stored within Australia? Or can it be encrypted with ROT13 and then stored in the cheapest cloudy location?
I'm pleased there is now a real Red Dwarf in this solar system.
But how many of them are called Rod? According to http://howmanyofme.com/search/, there are 20,841 people called Rod in the US...
Ah - thanks for the answer.
Can you pair it with more than one phone? I assume it broadcasts the video to all connected devices - if so, can you have 3 way conversations between (say) your spouse and the person at the door (does it relay sound between paired phones)?
And then track the perpetrator's IP address through a GUI?
"Perhaps they should have left it to special branch."
This is called winning.
If they release a new version or patch a bug, does it need to be re-blessed?
I was promised the Stob, damnit.
on the subheading!
People will always remember the books he never had a chance to write, and they will be the greatest books of all.
Some of the early change logs for Libre SSL.
we need warrantless metadata access, obviously!
I thought the current lot were all in favour of market-based approaches!
a.k.a "We changed the name of the treaty."?
Must save our precious
bodily fluids radio signals!
No, just no.
has it sprung a leak?
The Operating System Formerly Known As Windows?
For the subheading.
Did they give away free apples at that concert?
He's halfway to being the next Robin Hood - he steals from the rich but he hasn't got 'round to giving it to the poor yet.
Small but essential component - the plucky playmonaut?
Before unleashing that text, might want to fix the typo at the end of the first paragraph.