378 posts • joined Tuesday 26th July 2011 07:35 GMT
Its been a long day
thought it bug's me to say
Google is synonyms with search so much so "to google" "google it" means to search for something.
Did they try to buy .google ?
Were so good that we charge you for software that will miss just as many 0 days
The drop out rate
Do the stats point at how many people started and how many graduated?
First hand experience tells me having studied a technical BSc that between 30-50% drop out in the first year or take an easier course. The second years was the same as the 1st in regards to difficulty, followed by the 3rd year which really turns up the heat and a dissertation that killed the last of the dreamers.
Of 60+ people who started my course 23 graduated with only 6 of us getting a 2.1 or higher.
The graduation consisted of the IT, Maths and Physics departments as our numbers where so low, compared to Social studies and History that had 200-300 people graduate each.
Uni for many people is a piss up and excuse not to start work in a call center for another 3 years
Re: AC 07:50
Wonder if they would try to claim that as an expense. Breathing someone else oxygen.
This is just so moronic
Companies whose purpose is to find ways to stop you from dieing.
Re: Why one country ?
There is this thing I like to call the Onion ring of human selfishness.
It starts off with oneself then moves to direct family, in direct family/friends, local area, region, country and finally continent.
People or things in the same layer or closer to the center take precedence over outer layers.
It's why and Englishman who support Man U and another Englishman who Man City hate each other, but when supporting England against another country are the best of friends. Or would support a European team over and Asian or US team.
Its human nature to protect oneself and then progress outward.
its will all come down to a game of
tic tac toe
Look at europe
Any one notice how massively dense central Europe is compared to every where else
got in just before me have an up vote
Re: Another one . . .
In IT there is this perception that all the work is click install, next, next, next , Finish.
Re: Full time?
NHS national DB
Re: $1 salary...
When your net worth is in the billions, $15millions is like a few weeks interest.
it's the truth guvna
but the sky is violet but your human eyes just cant see it
In other research conducted : its is found that almost all living things have a 100% mortality rate!
the exception are: Jelly fish and some weird worm thing which have been found to be biologically immortal.
In other research jumping off cliffs has a high % of causing death especially cliffs with no water below
Re: patent trolls aren't so brave
Of course their Lawyers - the understand the laws of gravity from large buildings
Re: This is it!
But when your Fat they will TAX you because your a bigger burden to the NHS.
pun not intentional.
1. No you don't. I certainly don't anyway. When I'm stuck behind 1000 cars, people are walking past me. I'm completely stationary for long periods. Clearly I'm using more fuel, for parts of that I'm doing zero miles per gallon. And that's not counting the other 999 cars also spewing stuff out.
There is this little thing called "Stop-Start" just thought I'd let you all know :)
Re: A twitter client in <20KB
awk is fantastic for formatting Apache mail logs :)
Re: You have to wonder
males that age also what lots of Porn (males of any age really!
Re: El Presidente
The main thing everyone is forgetting is 50% of the population find logic and mathematics difficult to impossible (the foundations of programming). I would not like to say teaching from an early age wouldn't improve this but teaching can only go so far. Intelligence across the population is not uniform and until we raise the base line from moron, 50% or more of the population will simply not grasp what is beeing taught no matter how long or how good the teaching manics employed are or the tools used.
Lets face it the UK as a whole is full of Paris'
Getting payed to fuck lots of women tends to be a massive motivator for most men.
Obligatory scooby doo
And if it wasnt for those pesky HMRC , id of gotten away with it to.
Some say he was once a black hat but died and reincarnated as a white hat.
Others have comments on his mask wearing and anonymity
but all we know is, hes called the Stig.
Re: Stupid little boy
A better defense for that would be, "I'm sorry officer but couldn't control the POWER!!"
While doing a he-man pose
How was it a hack
if he followed the standard process of imputing the username and password?
Re: Oh, well...
Must not forget your towel as well.
ICE cream is always better cold
its like a stream and all relative
If you look at your hand (or anything), you are actually seeing what it looked like moments before. At no point ever are you from the observer point of view ever seeing your hand in its relative present time.
Due to the speed of light and the relative small distances we perceive most of what we see, hear or feel as the present when in fact we are observing the past. It only becomes noticeable over large distances ; time delay on long distance calls and video.
Zombie attack No.
"This is the voice of your new overlord! surrender or die"
simply a re branding of Mainframe?
Re: Not that much...
And a partridge in a pear tree
Or it didn't happen, or in this case is a figment of your imagination.
If it had made in China on it
Please define for me:
significant security incidents
Nice to know
that any bugs or vulnerabilities will be hard code'd in :)
Isnt a Googly a cricket thing?
Just count in order from the left up to any number.
Re: Its America
In the UK and most other places you'll find that when you are awaiting sentencing on charges and are let out, your on bail. Breach of your bail conditions one of which is committing any other crime is you go to jail until your sentencing.