14 posts • joined 27 Sep 2011
The clue should be in the name; quad million ergo 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000
But for some reason we now all defer to *that* other numbering scheme.
The Greeks got it right :-)
Re: Good @ Yet anotheranon.....
Fancy his parents naming him Dick Pick....
Re: Is it me?
You must be kidding. Most banks offer below 1% on savings; those accounts that offer 2% are capped with respect to the amount of cash one can deposit.
If sold to an oil sheik, Russian oligarch or premiership footballer, then cheap at half the price. What other way is there to extract money from these people so as to ensure that funds spread downwards through society?
When individuals horde their wealth, we all become poorer as a consequence. I say double the price.
What gets me is that, here we have an individual that chose to work in the security industry within both the CIA and NSA and yet is concerned by both organisations activities even though both are known for what they are.
How did he pass vetting? Was it his intention to infiltrate from the beginning? If one signs the official secrets act (or the US equivalent) then this is binding and any contravention is seen as breaking the law.
Too late! I am Morninglight Mountain
oracle and sun Microsystems.
twice in 2 days you've referred to Sun Microsystems as a subsidiary of Oracle; the company that was once Sun Microsystems ceased to exist following the acquisition by Oracle. there is no such subsidiary.
Re: and Itanium is dead
Unless there is a cast iron commercial agreement stating that software vendor X will support hardware vendor Y's chip set, isn't it up to X to decide what platforms its software will run on?
I always thought software companies chose hardware platforms on the likelihood that someone would actually buy both the hardware and the software; if no one buys the hardware, why would I care about the software?
I can't sue Sainsbury's simply because they stop selling my favorite product; I'd need a contract to be able to do that.
"The government has convinced the CESG, which sets security standards in government, to address this issue with a statement saying open source as a category is no more or less secure than closed proprietary software."
What makes you believe that CESG thinks *any* software is secure? All this says is that CESG will apply the same rigorous standards irrespective of where the software originates, it says nothing in favour of open source derived software.
Re: Facebook smartphone
I can live without a Facebook phone, heck, I live without Facebook.
Re: Look on the bright side
FB makes... hmm, nothing. It's an vehicle for *advertising*. I have no intention of sharing my private details just so that i can be targeted by commercial organisations.
Apple, Microsoft and Intel *all* make real products, something FB doesn't .
Never heard of it..
So Google found the page that offers you the chance to APPLY for a position. You can rest assured that even if you used Google to find this page, it will be of little help once you're asked to demonstrate your abilities.
I really do not see what all the fuss is about.
Re: Matt Bryant
He's passed out on the floor...
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