386 posts • joined Thursday 21st April 2011 09:02 GMT
Re: Beats vs. BeyerDynamic
When mastering I do one master for the CD and a different master for the MP3 version.
That way both can be optimised for their target market. I thought everybody did this.
What could possibly go wrong
Burglar 1: I'm monitoring the whole street, number 11 power just went right down.
Burglar 2: Ok I'll pop round the back ........
Sticking some wire mesh around the place is not eonough.
Look up "Tempest"
the exams were done in a long room with rows of rectangular tables parallel to the walls
oh, wait .......
Welcome to South Lincolnshire, where we are lucky to get the dizzy heights of 1 Mbps
While you're banning words in adverts ....
So if I download a Cliff Richard track, strip out the metadata with mp3tag, then upload it, the govt can grab it as an orphan work and all copyright is lost.
Why in fucks name should I want to email Mark Zuckerberg ?
I already know more than he'll ever learn, IT-wise, life-wise, management-wise, etc etc etc.
I'm over 60 so I'm not kidding, he should learn from me.
Downvoters: think first for once eh chaps
"Hang on, I thought we were first?"
I think that's what basically happened in '69 but we haven't been told yet
Too complicated - go back to Imperial
Ah, I see
Instead of the drum revolving, the drum stays still and the whole machine revolves. You can only do this in space. Safely. The "payload" is 5 kgs of Kim Jong-Un's dirty socks, which should be fairly clean by now. If somebody remembered to put the powder in. It must be up to the spin cycle by now, so expect to see it increase the speed of the revolutions. This is what they meant by "People's Glorious Revolution". In Space no-one can hear you clean. Thanks God it's friday. It's only tuesday, Crap.
Plan to fail
Of course it will be a failure - then Microsoft can (a) slash the price of these and "legitimately" gain market share because they are so cheap and (b) introduce the Surface 2 in about, oh, February, back at the original price so that (c) consumers will then buy the new one.
Any fule kno this
downvoters please look it up first
TM is meaningless even in the USA you need R in a circle for Registered Trade mark.
TM means "we can't be arsed to register it properly or can't afford to either, but we're trying to scare you into thinking we have some control here"
Surely, use the 300 euros to buy the girl a new laptop (ok it might be slightly more) that takes her out of the equation then contest the "penalty" like shit until the media circus becomes intolerable FOR THE CIAPC
I think that website got some of the characters wrong (which doesn't help)
here's my take on it
AOAKN HVPKD FNFJU YIDDC
RQXSR DJHFP GOVFN MIAPX
PABUZ WYYNP CMPNW HJRZH
NLXKG MEMKK ONOIB ARELQ
UAOTA RBQRH DJOFM TPZEH
LKXEH RGGHT JRZCQ FNKTQ
KLDTS GQIRU AOAKN
WTF has "diversity" to do with software development ?
Last time I looked it software development was to do with, well, software, and excellence, etc
Of course this never happens in the Uk
re: That's the standard, and we all expect it.
That however does not make it right
If the trademarks were the same there might some room for discussion.
Perhaps you've missed your calling and should be dafting statues not posing on Tech forms.
... and that they are linked to a "generic" email address e.g. hotmail, yahoo mail, etc
How does he propose to track these down ?
Let's see .... y o u v i e w ... no "r". ..... y o u r v i e w .... has an "r" in it
I''m more confused as to how the court thought these were "too similar" than any confusion that can be brought on by TWO DIFFERENT WORDS
Hang on .... what about "you're view" and let's get into There Their andThey're while we're at it .... despair
re: one piece of real evidence
Me neither, still waiting.
Meanwhile the Antarctic gets colder
From the horses mouth
"Going to war is nothing more than a licence to murder people" - Harry Patch*
* sorry if I got it slightly wrong
"European Privacy thing a while back which said that a company could not read personal emails sent to your company email account"
How do they know they are personal unless they read them ?
Pay per view
Hey you pay TV execs listen here.
I already pay for your service in a monthly fee, are you saying this would be higher if no adverts at all ?
Or does advertising revenue buy you that third home at the coast.
What you really need to address is advertising during pay-per-view slots e.g. I pay a monthly fee, then I pay an extra £15 for a boxing match, then you put adverts in it so that in fact there is more adverts time than content time ... WTF is that all about ?
Sort it. Now.
Fresh from a 70's timewarp and nothing to do with Wenlock & Mandeville (remember them hahaha) we bring you Dee-Lurrrrve the "friendly" cartoon robot who is just the right icon to promote .... oh sod this
re: How do you listen to a talk by that nice Mr. Reith in your drawing room ... etc
"How do you listen to a talk by that nice Mr. Reith in your drawing room while the servants in the kitchen have the Dales and Jimmy in his den freaks out that awful rock and roll?"
You have more than one computer, just like, as you suggest, you have more than one radio.
I have a chess set with several of the pawns missing, it plays ok you just start off with less pawns, player can choose where to put them. Perhaps I should visit a pawn shop.
Bradley Manning as Bradley Leiter the CIA agent that fixes things for Bond with the US, but Bond is never really sure if Leiter has connections with Assange. This results in an atmosphere of slight distrust, no bad thing when dealing with CIA. Bond finds out that Leiter had spent 5 years in solitary in a US gaol, where he formulated his plan to bring down Assange using his own data, and using Bond as a fall guy. Bond finds out and puts Leiter back into chokey. Meanwhile Assange, who think's he's off the hook, comes out of the Embassy and a car chase ensues across London, mixed in with the first London Formula 1 grand prix. cameo roles for Hamilton and Alonso (as Javier Bardem)
I don't get it
Do you now go to jail if the word "Hilter" appears anywhere in .... OOPS
ATMs are often loaded with new, sequentially numbered, bills
This is Earth, mate
Lake Geneva is 45 miles long, that means the tsunami moves at 45 mph, which does seem rather slow. Perhaps it stops off half way round for a little snooze.
Turing should be on the back of the 11 bob note
Parhaps, dear brave AC, we sould hold off on the "dig the bastard up, tow him out to ... etc" until he's actually been found guilty of anything. Oh wait ...
Dancing girls ?
Fucking hell Microsoft what century is this ?
So you'll need bigger pockets to afford it, and bigger pockets to carry it around.
But hey, it's not that big of a deal, just change all your clothes, move house, etc.
now extend this to trains, tubes, buses, the UK
So I checked my version number, I'm on Firefox 9 (with updates switched off).
Didn't realise they's gone up to 16 in that space of time, what was wrong with 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 oh never mind I don't care anyway. Sticking with FF 9 thanks.
Surely replacing them with a cross is just hypocritical, since they are using one religious symbol in a commercial way instead of another.
Oh wait, religion and hypocrisy ..... etc ............
The speed of light does seem rather slow, cosmically speaking. I mean, compared with the distances etc such a slow thing as light seems, well, out of place somehow.
Perhaps soon we will discover a new "light" that runs at a faster speed, this will open up all sorts of comms and travel opprtunities, and have the happy by-product of driving the maths guys potless.
It is the duty of science to keep an open mind, you can't just say that somenting can not exist or be, you have to seek and then observe.
Ok then who's up for it, etc
Before the US starts hitting on foreign corporations committing crimes in the US, perhaps they should look in their own backyard at what US corporations are doing in the US ?