27 posts • joined 30 Sep 2011
I bleive that US army used to allow privatly owned wepons
Patton was famous for it and certainly Mad Jack Churchils longbow and broad sword where not oficial issue wepons
You mean advocating spending someone elses money so that little Jack or Lucinda can torrent more stuff.
Re: Copper is the current technology
well as a BT share holder ok cool give us 20 years to payback the cost of FTH then
Re: @H2O networks, yes?
er not 60% it is arroud .5C for both copper and fibre from what i recall from my CCNA
Re: And why would you like that?
new tld cost around $500,000 a large chunk of which is a non returnable deposit
be carefull where you say that in parts of the Uk you woudl be lucky to get away without a kicking.
Re: I'd rather have
Should be .gb and not .en to be strictly ISO conformant
Re: Myth of an idyllic age
re OSI vs TCP/IP not due to the licensing it was just that TCP/IP was cheap and cheerful and dodged a lot of hard problems. OSI was/is hard sums and required developers to be a lot more professional whereas a lot of the TCP/IP standards and tools are "good enough for jazz" efforts knocked together by grad students .
And OSI was very cutting edge TCP/IP took years if not decades to develop mail to the point where it could do what X.400 could do. And X.500 if fully implemented far exceeds what DNS can do now.
And BTW I used to work on BT’s X.400 and X.500 products its just that some times the Best technical solution doesn’t win VHS vs Betamax for example.
The whole set the atmosphere on fire was a non starter from a theoretical perspective.
Re: "they won't incur any casualties on their own side"
But drones are not robots they have human control (@drunkenpredator not with standing) - or would the Professor prefer the ww2 era approach of carpet bombing.
Re: Getting over the hump
Being able to do the weekly shop and not have to A) drive/catch buss to the supermarket and B) drag a set of heavy bags home is a big win for a lot of older users.
Re: He Said, She Said
A whole 1000 people :-) i once heard a bt manager say that they needed another 800 FTE's on a single project.
Re: FAIL indeed: Holmes passed his background check
thease days Full auto is used to win the initail phase of a firefight and supress your oposition - you then switch to aimed fire.
Manging Headcount down by using PIP's
Is standard across all BT how is this news.
Re: Fire in the Hole!
It should be of course
Final comand in the launch sequence for a A4
I seem to recall that you use infiband for hpc to get the internode latency down.
Re: Anonymous take out the Kremlin
Well id certainly be carefull about accepting any cups of tea :-)
Re: Re: Re: Bring back X.121 addressing
Ah Happy days when I could have a realy cool mail address such as C=UK/CN=Neuromancer - perks of having root on the UK ADMD.
You subs of course woudl have to make do with numeric ids like CIX or PRESTEL
Is not 99% infinging content
Drink!, Fortran! Girls!
If you think IT types drink you havn't seen Civils or Chemical Engineers. I once over heard a semi serious convesations at a major (top 5) Consulting engineers i wokred at about the best computer cleaning fluids to make bootleg booze from.
why not reuse the previous days badge amended with +1
>"if we offer you the job at the salary you've asked for"
Rule one is never be the first to mention what salary you looking for - I have fired agencies (from representing me) over this.
As von clausewitz says war is destroying youre enemies abaility to act - so drop a JDAM on the key cable landing sites or use ROV's to sever a countries links might not kill anyone but it still degrades the oposition.
setting employees on fire.
I think ime on fairly strong grounds her setting people on fire is grounds for constructive dismissal (unless your a stuntman)
acutualy being tstupid is no defence
if a manger stipidly descriminates it still an offence (probably a more severe one)
thats cos Java
is Fucking Shit
Obvisolsy the PFY
Must have been flogging this stuff to add to his beer fund :-)
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