Re: Small Bus
Yeah, you have a 56k modem too. :-)
456 posts • joined 20 Mar 2012
Yeah, you have a 56k modem too. :-)
Or one (of the relationships) is a one-to-many relationship?
I expect a significant number are now running some sort of Linux.
Absolutely, that's why I hibernate my desktop in the evening and resume in the morning, with all my apps and documents open where I left off.
But I reboot so infrequently that boot times are of vanishingly small importance.
All we need now is Alex Zane to comment on the commentator whose video about a video is just a sad attempt to get views/clicks and thence fame on the interwebs.
On their way to becoming the new Apple then. :-)
Bratwurst is German, not Spanish - perhaps you meant chorizo?
How about if you freeze the soft boiied eggs before wrapping them in mince?
Try wearing it on the inside of your wrist?
It could be a big arse on a small person or a small arse on a big person - we're not all proportioned the same.
It's not Linux, it's BSD.
In the UK "Double Dutch" used to be a common phrase for e.g. technical speech the listener doesn't understand.
Explain what - running an expendable virtual machine, or breaking out of a virtual machine to attack the host?
Simple solution: don't put any HTML in email - it's a letter, not a colour brochure. If you want to send me something else then you can attach other media to the letter, which I can view on a PC or tablet, but don't make it hard to quickly view the message on a low-spec phone.
But he makes them so badly.
What's natural about sound that has been digitally processed and is supposed to sound different from the dry track straight from the mic?
... if he doesn't thread the sewing machine.
The author already alerted us to possible confusion arising from that particular usage.
You don't seem to understand the difference between "would still say it if they were present" and "may only say it if they are present".
Er ... Flipper was a TV dolphin, the kangaroo was Skippy.
Why is it amazing that a product which is better than nothing, but not by much, doesn't use as many resources as more capable software?
Deprecated, not depreciated.
For some reason I saw "Education" but in my mind it said "Eadon" - eek, scary. Maybe he's the reason girls don't want to be geeks?
What you need is a remote controlled electric winch to put your bike on your balcony.
No? ISTR switching between various screens using a serial terminal e.g. VT220. Or am I just thinking of Linux virtual TTYs?
American "beer" has hops?
Under English law you can be known by any name you want, as long as it's not done to deceive or defraud.
Carbon fibre is stiffer than Kevlar.
MSFT could afford to give it away because they never paid for it.
Why do you need to counter sniping? The highest bid wins, whether it's placed a second or a week before the listing ends. If a bidder is worried he'll get sniped he should just bid some more, so it's less likely that a snipe will beat his bid.
I had a freeware app to do that in Windows 95, but MSFT has become so out-of-touch with the real world I suppose we shouldn't be surprised that they think its an attention-worthy innovation.
You may have missed how popular virtualization and cross-platform frameworks have become of late.
If the average user is capable of searching for the phrase"XOR two files" then he'll find the first Google hit leads to a free utility to XOR two files together. All he then has to do is XOR the file with known content and its encrypted version, to produce a key file that can be used to unlock all the other encrypted files.
Rather more than a couple of years, I think.
Maybe someone will develop a way to attach a thin sapphire glass face onto a tougher base, resulting in excellent scratch resistance and good toughness too.
People who do physical work often don't wear wrist watches because they get in the way or they get damaged too easily.
Actually the number one proprietary file format lock-in, but things are changing and people (companies, governments) are increasingly requiring open document standards (and not that ODF mess that MSFT churned out a while back).
So you've over engineered the cable and it's stressing the connectors - the socket will likely get ripped off the PCB.
They dispose of much of that liquid before they arrive at their destination, and landing is a somewhat delicate procedure too.
It's the one that doesn't know how to spell shill.
"Big Blue" is already taken.
Why would they bother when they already have your details?
As you have to be running Chrome to use the feature (at least until Mozilla release their version) it's a bit late to try to block its installation.