And I for one would buy one of those!
Or one of these .. www.hover-bike.com
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And I for one would buy one of those!
Or one of these .. www.hover-bike.com
So what is the average actually speed in London then? More or less than 20mph?
For answer turn to page 14 of https://tfl.gov.uk/cdn/static/cms/documents/london-streets-performance-report-q1-2012-13.pdf [PDF]
So actually ENFORCING a 20mph should make your journey go quicker 8-)
Sorry wrong, been a UK tax payer for over 25 years and before I went part time a lot it was at 40%.
And I'd be more than happy for that tax to be spent in the rest of the UK outside of Das Kapital.
It is still somewhat parochial, especially to those of us who are, thankfully, not within the gravitational field of the blackhole that is LUN DON.
In which case just run it under a virtual instance of Windows .. easier and safer then running Windows all the time.
This should not be a problem for end-users if Mozilla add some code to handle the site 'upgrade' from HTTP to HTTPS automagically.
Firefox could simply have an option (off by default but with info on how to turn on though custom error handling) to automatically switch to HTTPS URLs when the HTTP URL does not respond (e.g. TCP port timeout or connection refused).
And they even have a hardware module for developers ...
I'm sticking to my own designs though using ESP8266 modules and a RasPi 2 gateway ... no cloud required and x509v3 cert based security.
As to why ... well why do people have most tech/gadgets; because we can.
Take a look down the list here...
Hire "perfect curve" obvs. Be the brand.
Very strong. So that's all good.
Yes, no, say again. oh crap.
With wifi SoC devices like ESP8266 and Ti's CC3100 putting together battery powered IoT service seems easier than ever and the advantage of easier 'home network' integration.
I'm using both ESP and Bluetooth modules with Arduinos at the moment but could easily see the ESP taking over all the Arduino work for most remote sensing/activation requirements.
I still have a set of beautifully created cardboard folders complete with embossed logos and bright orange internal elastic bands to hold in place the single sheet of carbon copy line printer paper on which the DEC ULTRIX licence was printed (which I think we never had to use anyway).
We got one of these folders for each DECstation we bought. Although only cardboard they have lasted 25 years longer than the DECstations did and still in regular use by me.
But HP definitely biggest offender in the over-packaging stakes ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyNFNvFAlWs
Clearly you are 'holding it wrong' when you are opening them 8-)
Love the packaging though but I would blame the Japanese for Apple's obsession with tight fitting boxes and the 'opening experience'.
That is so fake ... I mean a Dell display and not a 5K iMac? Must Try Harder (ooh err missus).
18hours = All Day
My heating controller is a drop in replacement for the standard controller so is easily rolled back. However I have zero intention of moving home.
It is all being documented in detail and as I specialise in security, it is most definitely not going to be easily accessible.
I've been /looking/ at home automation for years (e.g. X10) and the only thing I could finally justify to myself was replacing the central heating controller with a bluetooth connected one.
However it is not a commercial controller it is one I built from an arduino, 2 relays, bluetooth module, LCD and two buttons ... costs around a tenner all in. Linked to my home network via bluetooth to a Raspberry Pi 'hub' which manages everything.
Currently having fun building wireless 'room sensors' to measure temp, humidity, light level + occupancy etc .. I aim to create a system which 'learns' our habits and guesses when the CH and HW need to be switched on/off.
Currently it's actually $/£ conversion at the credit-card rate of the day the payment is taken ... then it will be up to the customer to pay any VAT and Duty (and carrier 'processing' fee) ... so could be the fairest way.
Surely you only need to block playing 'videos' through HDMI if it does not support HDCP at both ends .. does not mean you could not use it as a monitor.
It came 'top' in a google search and so should be easy for JoeP to find .. however it is not a fully online service and the online bit looks like a guided way to complete a 'paper form' which you then need to print out anyway ... the basic instructions are:
"How to register
Apply to register as soon as you’ve sent the ‘notice of intention’ form to the people who need to be told.
There are 2 ways to register:
+ use the online tool if you originally used it to make your LPA - go straight to step 4 after you’ve signed in
+ download and fill in the application to register (LPA002) if you didn’t use the online tool
Print out the form and sign it when you’ve finished, then send it to OPG - the address is on the form.
Make sure you include the original lasting power of attorney form and the fee."
So I can see why most people might just fill in a blank form and post it off as it is probably quicker and easier for most JoeP to handle.
Personally I think Register's criticism is unfounded in this case.
mobile = less cluttered
mobile = less ads (see above)
You clearly have not bought Red-Hat then ... Talk about expensive 'subscriptions'
Carrey was good in The Truman Show though.
The 3hr extended versions are sooo much better .. those extra minutes make the films much better (apart from the singing dwarfs in the first one which really is too much) and actually makes the second one flow better and follows the book more closely.
However, the third one is going to be a stretch.
More likely "Estate Agents Ahoy!"
Don't worry, if too many people break the rules, the police will simply ignore it as it upsets the crime stats and just causes more to paperwork ... at least 20% of the time anyway (see today's big news story on iffy crime recording).
Sorry but replacing caps or other discrete component is an order of magnitude different to resoldering a dry joint or loose connector.
*shakes head* kids these days.
yes and surely a true geek would have got the soldering iron out and replaced/repaired said power connector.
In my experience of running a mail server on my own home broadband connection for over 10 years is that the only mail servers which actively refuse connections are the ones for aol.com … so no great loss there (although my transport config routes those via my ISP instead).
But it would really not surprising me if some ISPs are using their deep packet inspection technologies (which they use for traffic shaping and QoS) to dynamically alter SMTP traffic to strip out capabilities from server responses (mine probably does not based on my evidence) or force all web traffic through their own proxy servers (if mine is doing that then it is configured not to add any Proxy headers).
I agree with the EFF though … use TLS/SSL whenever possible but also consider SMIME/PGPing the content. I've worked with x509v3 certs for over 10 years and it is still a pig to get software clients to use them properly or easily.
Now that is how to plan and execute a project.
Possibly ... and Made in UK is somewhat of a cachet on Alibaba ...
So assuming you don't get hit with customs handling charge + vat then its cheaper to export from and then re-import in to the UK.
Yes it's an 'upgrade' of the A not a clone of the B+ but using the same approach as the 'upgrade' of the B to B+ ... i.e. I think the differences between the B and B+ are the same differences between the A and A+ ... so better power regulation (brill), microSD slot (brill), more GPIO pins (brill) and a board re-layout (meh).
The $ price tag has always been a bit of a misnomer as that is the total BUILD inc PROFIT price not the retail price which needs to include Delivery + VAT.
Still, a nice upgrade and very useful for embedded systems which require more grunt than an Arduino/Teensy/etc but at a comparable price.
Then it ought to be trivial for Apple to examine said signed iOS apps and revoke said certificates. Macs certainly use OCSP a lot judging by the network traffic so should be able quickly spot a wrong 'un and block its use.
The iCloud Drive upgrade is OPTIONAL .. you don't have to do it in order to upgrade to iOS 8.
Apple helpfully tell you that iCloud Drive is a one-way upgrade and you can easily hit the "Not Now" button.
Not seen any slow down on the iPad mini myself ... maybe I'm holding it right.
Bash is not just a CLI shell as such .. its a scripting language processor (like Ruby, Perl, etc). So for example, you could call other applications from within, say, PHP ...
[interesting that particular link talks about bash on Windows 8-]
I believe one of the attack vectors is that you could pass function definitions TO a cgi-bin script FROM the web server in its runtime environment (as per RFC3875) ... e.g. crafting HTTP headers to include dodgy bash function definitions. These headers are passed by, say, Apache, to the environment when cgi-bin scripts are initially invoked ... so your script is running with a poisoned environment with extra functions defined.
It's a big enough issue that I've spent the afternoon put mitigations in place on the internet facing web servers I look after 8-(
It uses I2C so you can easily daisy-chain other I2C devices off the same pins anyway.
But these work a treat ...
I'd take a reasonable tablet with GPS + Bluetooth and £5 ODBII dongle + Torque over much of these, especially when tethered to a smartphone ('free' upgrade to 4G on Three has worked out well for me). There are a number of good Car DVR apps as well but I've yet to find a good 'trip recorder' which records front and back video + GPS / timestamp overlays, ODBII data recording (in sync with video) and provides turn by turn routing ... maybe one day I'll write one 8-)
Car DVR cams are stupidly cheap on eBay and work rather well .. I have a 'basic' cam for £18 and it just sits there taking 720p video with motion detection, auto start, G-sensor lock, recording looping etc. Pay a few more quid and you get 1080p, dual cameras and GPS.
I've just had the Openreach FTTC product installed and my speed has gone down from 4.5Mbs to 3.5Mbs for downloads, yet up from 500Kbs to 18MBs for uploads .. screwy or what?!
Sigh. And there I was hoping that the official estimate of 52 - 72 MBs would mean I'd get near the top end (as my ADSL2+ estimate was 1.5Mbs and I got 4.5Mbs thanks to an ADSLNation faceplate).
Don't be (caught being) evil.
Although I have 4 RasPis and have run XBMC / PlexBMC on some I have found the £10 nowtv (Sky+Roku) boxes to be very good (side-loaded with a Plex client via the 'dev' mode easter egg) and running iPlayer, 4oD and umm, Demand 5.
Yeah creative types like Linus Torvalds. Gimme a break. Very few people need optical drives these days .. I've got a £40 portable blu-ray drive, just use it for rips and the very occasional software cd .. everything else goes over the wire(less) or on thumb drives. Optical is just too damn slow and small .. consign it to the floppy and zip pile.
I'd go for a 15" Macbook Pro with its 15.4 inch 2880x1800 IPS display, quad 2.3GHz i7,16GB RAM + 512GB PCIe flash, 2.02Kg, 8 hour battery, all at £2,199 without discount but I would think most people should be able to get it at the 'standard' discount price of £2,023 though.
Agreed .. I have never been bothered to listen to these podcasts .. ever.
They've just rebadged it you fool!
I'm not having a Mini Metro
I'm not having a Mini Metro
Star Wars - my fav vector graphics arcade game of the 80s.
'use the force luke'
Oooh .. another useful one ... now where's the credit card gone ... "wifey, where have you put my wallet? No, honest I'm not going to buy anything, I just want to look at my card numbers."
banggood is good, odd juxtaposition of electronics and ladies wear though ... however can't stop ebaying for arduino bits at the moment.