Re: Its not the SIZE of the pocket!
Carbon fibre is stiffer than Kevlar.
474 posts • joined 20 Mar 2012
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.
Addresses are translated by the flash controller, this is transparent to the OS. AIUI you'd need to reflash the firmware or replace the controller chip to gain access to the raw storage, although it's possible that there's an "engineering mode" the manufacturers aren't telling us about.
Why would they bother when they already have your details?
It wouldn't be hard to automate a system whereby the office calls the recipient shortly before the driver arrives, and could improve the efficiency of the service considerably, especially if the recipient could choose at that time to have a delivery left somewhere, or returned to the depot for collection or redelivery.
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.
Because that's the latest official and unadulterated version. It's also totally atypical, as anyone familiar with the circumstances will, I am sure, agree.
It's done rather well in Australia, I hear.
Except the sailing stones slide across very flat ground, while the Martian rock has clearly tumbled down a slope.
Because German speakers (writers) do that?
No need - I have a few here, in the case of my CD Walkman.
Swapping the camshaft for a torquier one won't take much retooling.
I doubt it's heavy enough to be much of a tow car.
Including the loading on those bearings?
Websites got more hits from XP users. Quite possibly some of the users had just heard about XP going EOL and had fired up their machines to order a nice new (old stock) Surface Pro, which some sites are knocking out at half the launch price.
Are you including VB devs in that?
No Ethernet, 3.3V only, so in at least two respects it's somewhat less capable.
Except smaller semiconductor fabrication leads to increased sensitivity to radiation, requiring more shielding.
I think you may be misinterpreting what he wrote - everyone mostly makes that "leap of faith" that the software they use, whether open or closed source, and attributed to known or unknown sources, isn't maliciously intentioned.
Fortunately there's GnuPG, which states "Current versions of PGP are interoperable with GnuPG and other OpenPGP-compliant systems."
Does it let you uninstall Windows? Because that's what I'd want.
Perhaps you should have hit "Send corrections" rather than "Post your comment" ...
While you should consult a French/English dictionary, which would reveal that "rein" means kidney.
My usual response to that sort of thing is "Fuck0ffV1sa/Yah00/wh0ever", which is not only memorable but also heartfelt.
There's now a little "password update" link at the top of the My eBay page which leads to a short blurb which in turn links to info.ebayinc.com - the first "Update: Wednesday, May 21, 2014" on that page is a press release, which probably explains why users first found out about this sorry state in the papers. Granted it may have been the best way to get maximum coverage quickly, as many users may not go online every day, but it does look like eBay cares more about PR than actual customers.
Who said anything about network diagrams? Visio does a whole load of organisational and business process diagrams, project management and other stuff too, you know?
Notifying the user that he has a problem isn't really "powerless", is it? Because the user can then try to remove the malware, which leaves him better off than when he didn't know he had a problem.
Rather like the "new" Mini. Possibly more useful than the original, but a lot less fun.
That would be "a challenge from the SOUKS".
That's a "The Book of Mormon" (by the South Park guys) reference, apparently.
I wonder how much influence publicity, about their attempts to bully other game developers, has had.
Yes, but not tiny - Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino are tiny.
Is it not?
Users can check whether any server they have an account on has been vulnerable, and change their passwords in case they've been compromised.