2043 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
No more turning over a USB thing, then turning it over again to plug it in: Reversible socket ready for lift off
Re: Size Part 2...
I've always been surprised that the port labels back there aren't written in Braille.
Are those search results just removed for europeans?
In other words, can I still Google for a picture of Barbra Streisand's house from somewhere outside the EU?
I wonder if they could use other bacteria to detect other stuff?
Like hazardous chemicals or gold.
Re: if the US can be far behind then?
The US are way in front with episodes like the McCarthy era. Except that now they actually have the technology to do it properly.
A US patent doesn't seem to be worth the paper it's printed on anymore
They can regulate it
As soon as a politician can describe to me in detail, what it is that they are regulating.
I wont hold my breath.
Re: It'll still give...
Yeah, but imagine the peace and quiet!
Re: MD5 seems rather a bad choice
Especially due to the high number of hash collisions that would result from using that to identify pictures.
Isn't this just existing technology
But in an Apple product?
That should stop the problem once and for all.
Has Thailand finally solved the problem of people downloading books and games from the Pirate Bay? Because if not, I can see a bit of a loophole...
Re: If the public knew the truth about Company X...
Except now people are going to think, "Company X is having a secret tribunal, they must be up to no good."
Brain the size of a planet...
And they ask me to hitch hike across Canada...
I see the CLOP are throwing their weight around again.
Where exactly is their jurisdiction?
UCCWCA - Poor choice of acronym
What's that supposed to spell huh?
Is there anything like this for android?
If India has nothing to hide
They have nothing to fear.
Re: much of an achievement?
I tell you what, you guys go back to work and I'll sit here playing Doom all afternoon.
Still vulnerable to hacking
But only via the high speed lead projectile vector.
Molecular biologist Andrew Conrad?
I thought that name sounded familiar. But only because of that guy from Stargate; Adrian Conrad who ended up with a snake inside his head.
Some media outlets didn't even bother calling him to check the facts
Are there really media outlets out there that indulge in such nefarious practices?
Re: This thing is never going to fly.
It works in Kerbal Space Program.
Re: HR Droids are almost as devoid of smarts as well.
Well, if droids could think, there'd be none of us here, would there?
I'd like to begin by quoting
The entire series of images that make up Star Wars.
Serious question: What's the difference between nudity and pornography?
Those categories are worthless without definitions.
"intimidate or coerce or to compel"
That describes almost every Daily Mail article ever written.
You don’t just type 'Joshua' for full access.
Hmmm, A password with 50 trillion combinations....
I'll try Geoff.
There's a legit place where I can download stuff?
Will it let me download stuff that I already own on a different format?
maximum a posteriori....
Paris, because she's got a maximum a posteriori.
Re: Probably not that big a probe needed
I was thinking something the size of a tennis ball with as many sensors as you can cram into it and still leave room for a compressed air propulsion system.
Now we know how the Google bug ticketing system works.
1) Find bug
2) Post bug in an article to Forbes
3) Google fixes the bug.
Re: Latex Masks
Google Handsome Guy Human Mask.
Re: re. the stupidity of the USPTO
You are Dogbert, and I hereby claim my five pounds.
But not unheard of. Wasn't there a morning TV presenter that got done by the police for that?
Re: Longevity, so far up to thousands of years.
Try hundreds. It you want it to last thousands of years, carve it in stone.
You were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!
Safe cracking has come a long way since the 60's.
What does Andrew Paterson think Glass does?
Am I going to start having to worry about the Data Protection Act when I'm using my Android phone too?
What is Lottie Dexter qualified to advise people on?
Except how to avoid getting a proper job.
Re: Do you seriously log into your home computer
Yes. Because there's stuff on there that I don't want my children to see.
How's security at this museum?
The last thing we need is crooks breaking in and stealing lightsabers.
Re: WTF "5000 times cooler" is supposed to mean
They should have said it was 5 KiloFonzies cooler.
When do you create a Closed Timelike Curve?
See title for answer.
It's a trap!
I've been outside and seen the sun today for the first time in years
Facebook's failure has opened up a brave new world for me.
It looks like an Aperture Science Testing Centre.
I'll have Brid-Aine Parnell know that our satellite is larger than most.
You don't see many planets with satellites that have a mass ratio like the Earth and Moon do!
So much porn!
And here I was thinking that complex physics was the problem
After all, how much GPU power do you spend on making sure that breasts bounce just right?
Why am I only finding out about this NOW!?!
Mine's the coat with a copy of nmap in the pocket.
Unexpected Golden Shower
How much money are they going to make out of this?
Re: How do you determine if a computer program was driving dangerously?
Check the Event Log.
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