Re: Commodore P50 programmable calculator.
I think my TI-57 beats that, but only just.
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I think my TI-57 beats that, but only just.
There may be situations in which that is an optimal solution, as well as those where saying "Phone, call Bob" is better.
Why would Barbie have an SSID? She's not a wireless access point.
Because malware requires greater processing capability to decode a voice message compared to a text message?
You realise the first stage doesn't actually leave the atmosphere?
... but I do. I really don't see what all the fuss was (and continues to be) about - it's not as if it was ever compulsory for Ubuntu users to run Unity, or allow external search scopes, but people seem to think Shuttlecock is as evil as Sony.
Where do you go to check that something on Wikipedia is neither opinion based nor controversial?
That's just fine if you have a partition image with the pre-"upgrade" environment to feed to a VM ...
That will still be on OS/2 or XP.
As others have said - find a live boot distro that works OK with your hardware, install it on your HDD, then get Windows running in a VM. Now you can migrate at your leisure. For the more cautious among you, use a clean HDD to do this, so you can just put the Windows one back if it doesn't work out or it takes more than one weekend to get everything sorted.
If this becomes a significant problem I expect some clever people will just hack the BIOS.
Probably, they share the same data format.
Our two weapons are email and newsgroups.
Our three weapons are email and newsgroups and a calendar plugin.
Our four weapons are email and newsgroups and a calendar plugin and RSS.
Claws Mail suits me just fine. I looked at Pegasus back when I was using Windows, but ended up with The Bat! I've not looked at that for years so I don't know if it ticks the "modern email client" boxes, whatever they are.
By avoiding MSFT products whenever possible. :-)
It rather depends whether you consider a phone to be a PC in your pocket or an appliance, and whether you consider the stuff running it to be software or firmware.
I had a nutty crunchy breakfast bar.
This is a tiny board suited to embedded applications where networking is not necessarily a priority, and anyway it's trivial to add if you want it.
I bought a few short mini- and micro-USB cables a while back, mini are black and micro are white so easy to find and not tangled in the pile of stuff that accumulates at the side of my desk.
ITYF it was easily disabled, and never a secret. Presumably the opted-in by default was what upset people, but it was minor in comparison with the current MSFT crap.
At that point he was just a witness.
Dixons didn't go bust, they just took that name off the high street in favour of their other brands Currys and PCWorld. Last year they merged with Carphone Warehouse.
Correctly "this criterion" or "these criteria".
Actually you mean "if they did shut up".
I don't use it - they keep trying to force me to sign up, by stopping me from making YouTube comments, and I refuse to even consider using it based on that sort of tactic.
When did that become a feature of English law?
Don't forget the iodine.
"I want to hold them to task" - wrong
"I want to take them to task" - correct
They must, they pay people like him.
That's not a problem, because they're only offering Skype as an alternative to a face-to-face interview.
Douglas is about 20 miles south of Hamilton. :-)
Actually they're in the process of migrating from Google, that's what this article is about.
Did you consider asking for help, or do you just go straight into whinge mode? And where did "whom" come from?
Hey, that was going to be my line.
Press the button and listen - if you hear a bell then it's working, if you don't then try the knocker. At no point should you knock against the antique stained glass in the door.
Stick it in a light socket.
Whenever I encounter a "Verified by Visa" pop-up it seems to fail to accept my input, but allows payment anyway.
Assembly language isn't machine code, it's a low level symbolic language that gets converted into machine code.
Clearly they need to build some sort of extractor and filter or catalytic converter into the thing - or maybe offer it as a $300 add-on after all the new users discover the problem.
No, if it's connected it's always live - the live and neutral supply lines don't take turns at pushing the electrons.
Indeed - rather than detecting test conditions and acting clean, they could just detect real-world driving conditions and act responsive.
I deliberately don't brake a lot of the time, instead controlling my speed with the volume pedal and gearstick. Those drivers who dab the brakes at every bend in the road are nearly as bad as the ones who don't believe in braking distance or blindly follow overtakers into oncoming traffic.
What doesn't work is trying to wipe individual files, because the obscuring bit pattern won't be written over your data. What you can do is delete your data then fill the device with junk - the only sectors you won't overwrite then are those that have been taken offline due to read/write errors.
"950 kilometers per hour" - that's the maximum atmospheric speed (I'm assuming Earth-like atmosphere).
You don't want the driver to grab the wheel - you want to give him the opportunity to take control once he's assessed the situation, and make a best effort attempt to deal with it automatically until then. So an "I may not be able to handle this" warning from the machine, rather than "I just gave up - good luck".
Just one more year then he's done his 40 and can leave with a full pension. I'm guessing.
... to help people fix theirs? It's not just about how to pull it apart, but also how well it's put together (how likely it will need servicing/repair, how easy that will be) and the precise hardware specification.
But you have a choice of supermarkets, and you don't need any supermarket in order to sell product, they are just convenient marketing points.