Only 5 light years away?
What's that in lifetimes?
2481 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
What's that in lifetimes?
Obviously Han Solo's German brother.
Still better than the Daily Mail on a good day.
That surveillance camera commissioner is so detached he doesn't even know which demographic he's been trampling all over.
You'd expect it to scale properly.
Show me on the doll where Nicholas Bartlett touched you.
If they turn out to be mice then I'm leaving the planet.
If his research really sucks, maybe he can improve on it in his necks paper.
No! We need to call Mr Spoon!
With 91 successful lunar missions under his belt, he's probably more experienced than Jeremiah Kerbal.
It eats Olin Howland.
We could crank the version number up by a couple of notches to make it sound really new, and we could fix it so that instead of using 32 bit addresses, we could use 64 bit addresses. No wait...! How about 128 bit addresses? That ought to keep us going for the next thousand years or so...
To be fair to Google that machine can only be a few years old, and what toddler hasn't said something inappropriate?
You're welcome :D
I get that just reading the morning news!
To be fair, you need some balls to go out dressed like that.
The one true date format is YYYYMMDD and always will be.
All praise to the ISO 8601!
He seems to know watt he's doing.
And something that I've always wanted to do myself.
A work of art of that quality deserves to be in a museum for all to see.
So nothing to do with them getting rid of all their experienced techs and replacing them with outsourced newbs that know nothing about the RBS systems?
This is usual performance for the DVLA.
Surely you mean V-Giny!
And it's all open source.
I wonder how they would try and put a back door in that?
Possibly home to giant space worms? We need to do more science!
I don't know why they don't toss it...
You are unable to do that.
And to be honest, I'd be astounded if anyone thought it was.
Nice one Beavis!
I was thinking RADAR too when I was reading the article :)
It makes the 3 mile commute into work a breeze. And it comes with a twist and go throttle, it's easy to put together on an existing bike and the battery life is good.
You will need a torque arm to stop the motor from working itself out of the dropouts, and the only complaint I've really got is that they should include one in the kits.
I've been burned too many times before.
I imagine that the Ewoks were under regular incursion from Imperial troops and set up forest defences accordingly. After all, those troops must have had a presence there for some time to construct the force field emitter.
That's not how you take down a walker! You want to swipe it with a tree trunk!
I'd settle for plain old Predator heat vision though...
They couldn't stuff that genie back in bottle, what makes them think that they can do the same with a law enforcement encryption key when it gets leaked?
Are usually automatically ignored.
That's a rather big mistake to make on a commercial website.
And they can vote...
Can we have the recipe for Coke too while they're at it?
It needs proper oversight and transparency. And if the IWF runs out of donations then who will carry out this vital work?
Google now has the opportunity to convince me to the contrary.
Ok Google, prove that you haven't.
It's like an analogue sphere, except with corners.
Then why don't they use a LAN disconnected from the outside world using machines all built to the same spec with the same hardware and no cheat programs on any of them.
It would be fair because they would all be using standardised equipment.
I don't think I can remember the first time either...
But I can't help feeling ever so slightly impressed with their work.
What on earth made them think that wouldn't get found? Security by obscurity isn't secure.
There's no reason why Tim Cook can't see to it that Apple pays its fair share of tax and give to charity.
It's not an exclusive either/or thing.