Re: Got to ask
Its 4 fast cores and 4 slow ones, check out the Big.Little ARM architecture for the reasoning
135 posts • joined 25 Aug 2011
Its 4 fast cores and 4 slow ones, check out the Big.Little ARM architecture for the reasoning
Must have taken you ages, refrains from adding to the cow related puns
I know its a bit radical but that could also work
much like a password
yes yes people will use the name of their dog/cat/pet thing and they will be easy to guess but I guess some combinations will be more popular than others anyway
Most current linux distros request to create a normal user during boot, you do not get to set a root password, but your normal user gets sudo rights, so you can change the root password for console logins
Oh and ssh access by root is also normally disabled
especially the binocular use of the MWA
Gives you the option to purchase a VM for a one off fee, prices are reasonable; based in Canada for those not wanting to host in the US.
The various interfaces are not consistent and poor, but get the job done, customer support is about average, but for these prices - acceptable.
$35 USD gets you a basic system (1 vCPU, 1 IP, 1G RAM, 10G SSD, 500GB data) or you can rent it for $1 USD / month. Thats right just one dollar!
Its almost a Pink Floyd track title from the olden days!
So works well as part of the test
or you can have their version of paranoid android (oxygenos)
So why do I need a limited broadcast service. I get audio from around the world where ever I am.
If I cannot get 3G there may be a good chance that I cannot get DAB either
I doubt that the pay and display machine wranglers will bother, trying to find ones that take the £2 coin is almost impossible and they have had years to adapt to that.
New machines get the new form, old machines get replaced as they are broken is the likely replacement route. I would also guess they may be able to get some form of compensation from the government too to help things along, sort of like the PPI botherers - have you been mis-sold a new currency....
It would be awesome if you had actual rings. That would make decoder rings like toys for kids ;)
American hackers are awesome!
This film was rubbish, from the flying around inside a microprocessor to show that something is being hacked to the hacker/killer character, then onto the FBI who only send 2 staff to trail said hacker around the world, to the predictable ending.
I would say it was a waste of time to watch but I happened to have some time to waste. However, I would in no way recommend it to anyone else.
Watch Kingsman instead, that's a lot of ridiculous fun.
As they used to get along so well
There is something beautifully old school SciFi about rockets landing vertically, can't wait to watch them in action
Or rocks rolling downhill trails?
I just need to do a DNS lookup with a different service and I can skip past their filters?
What 10 year old could not do this?
I hope they are, I thought zones were great when I was first introduced to them years ago, much better than docker!
Its not just perl that can do things many ways, its letting the developers do whatever they want thats the problem.
If you set coding and development standards (for any language) then everyone develops against those, these should not be set in stone but reviewed every now and again to make sure that you are working against the language best practices.
If you only have one or two developers then they will (generally) do things their own way and redevelop the bicycle in arcane ways, thats also what developers do.
I have seen bad code in many languages.
One of perl's problem is peoples perception of it as a quick and dirty hack language, so when using it for quick scripts that is the way those people code, rather than understanding the language and coding as they would in their preferred language.
Another issue is that people cut/paste old code from the internet that is not a good example of running and then bodge around it, this happens in all languages.
For example, my ruby code is shocking and would be considered doing things the wrong way by awesome ruby developers.
can we have the .dvla domain
sorry wrong conference? Oh well I'll be in the bar then
or works enough (eg winXP) why upgrade/change.
Developer types are interested in new stuff and the desktops are now all stable and do whats needed, we get our kicks from new apps/languages/systems nowadays.
Then a polite email to their HR dept & the various heads (CIO/CTO/COO etc) as to why you will never do business with their company due to the ignorance of their staff
spoiler, not seen it yet
Just change the wording
* Do you want to be on the open register which will allow companies to spam you yes/no
And if I record a movie with a camcorder or a concert with my phone, then I own the copyright?
Exactly, right this is not the case.
The copyright is with the person who created the item, or caused it to be created.
For example, the company I work for owns the copyright for the software or documents I write. I do not. They tell me what to create on their behalf.
Well it is possible to change your rom to
* Some others I can't remember
This also gets around the worries some folks have of their phone phoning home!
For things like this it pays to be an early adopter, or to show interest early.
Its fast, sleek, lasts all day and beyond. It almost has all of the things that the top phones do: NFC, BT 4.0, 4G, tap to wake etc. 4G support is on mostly Three or EE in the UK. O2/giffgaff have do not have the right 4G bands to support it.
64GB is fine, music from spotify, files and more music from google drive/play or dropbox. So I only need to copy some MKV files over to play when I am bored.
Low light pictures are not great, but then thats true of most phones. Normal light pictures are fine.
My one gripe is with the orientation of the LCD polariser, its at 90degrees, which mean I cannot see the screen in the car with my sunglasses on if its in landscape mode, most phones put the polariser at 45degrees.
Lots of software houses say that you cannot have the latest app unless you upgrade the core OS, however they normally do not stop the old app from working.
Ideally they should provide a way to not upgrade the speakers and keep the status quo (other crap bands are available!)
The manufacturers magnetic attachments that can go on the meters and capture the LED pulses that the meters give out every x units of energy. These attachments can also 'talk' to the meter to obtain information such as units used etc.
It would not take much to extend these to send this information to the 'internet' so that your smart phone can read it.
The manufacturers obviously will not like this as its cheap and they will not get lots of new meters, they will whine about security of the meters, though this simple comms is not using security.
Note that payg gas meters already have a clip on unit that does this and communicates with a smart card to limit gas and display information.
"We will re-invent productivity to empower every person and every organization on the planet to do more and achieve more."
Does this mean they are migrating to Linux then?
Surely they can check the dialled number and if its one of those route via normal phone connection, otherwise used WiFi
Its not rocket science, though it allows them to make roaming money
Chubby as he was, at least he was a sidekick to a superhero
Maybe they are believers in homeopathy, drinking a microscopically dilute amount of this perps pee is the same as drinking gallons of the stuff!
someone used URIs properly
now will we have an app that can handle gopher:// once again?
Be on the lookout for apps that register themselves as being able to handle yourbank:// etc
it gets my vote, I would like a simple thing like this to control music on my phone or take a pic etc
Whether split-screen or lanparty or all getting together in the same online 'world', is always a blast, especially if you can manage to keep killing the same person time after time, even if its you being killed like that, very funny
Game/life theory - doing things with friends is more fun than on your own
Everyone knows God uses perl.
He messed up the results because the researcher uses the language of Satan!
That government sponsored software is delivered to spec, on time and under budget.
We should be celebrating the positives of this nasty snooping system!
or 5 million a year, to give all 20 million homes and who knows how many businesses, its going to take some time
£1 may get you 1/3rd of a pint and somewhere between 1/7th and 1/12th of a cinema ticket
That's inflation for you
For some reason I need to enter the password twice every time :)
Even though my browser remembers it!
Stupid 365 website
Surely there is more to it than this?
And they would not have to have these kind of deals
with a photo of Lewis Page on it?
At least here in the UK and give talks etc.
Maybe it depends on languages used etc as to how sharing the various devs are ;)
Plus the high bit rate stuff I uploaded, seems to come back to me at a very low bitrate.
£9.99 compares to spotify, so the £7.99 early adaptor price would be a draw if it had more of the music I like
Should the bag/leaves be left to stand and brew the tea due to convection currents in the hot water or should you stir it like a b4stad till the spoon stands on its own?
Because they cannot be snooped, or because they can?
Surely they want to shutdown RIM, as they provide encrypted messaging like Lavasoft and Silent Circle did.