556 posts • joined Thursday 17th May 2012 20:17 GMT
Just restrict the access speef to a point where even youtube won't play.
Just restrict the access speef to a point where even youtube won't play.
Do they make you go home?
have been charged with perverting the course of justice
Oh good refs are safe for now...........at least it wasn't match fixing
One has to wonder what members here would do with out the mask of anonymity.Oh I forgot the NSA KNOW WHO YOU ARE!
Some inflammable spray and a lighter a la Top Gear style..........
And in a final trumpet to liberty
The Guberment will block all sites that use incorrect spelling or use txt speak or show hairy arm pits or..........disagree with Prime Ministers question time or just fill in an excuse.Ya know everyday it feels more like being a contestant in a series of that Les Dawson show Blankety Blank
So make it in a plain box
Then just design and sell a steel cigarette case in company logo that takes a 20 pack
You're forgetting all the official music videos
No Im not forgetting the poor quality audio and video they provide and its licensed for home use not business.
As for selling on someone elses content......well Im sure that wont go down well
As most of youtube content is either homemade videos or business advertising why would one pay for such a service?
That some point out Schools/Colleges would no longer allow XP to access its server yet no mention of weather older Linux distros would be barred too.Are they not just as much of a security hazard?
As to the original topic the main problem may be down to which software students may be required to use and what file types teachers need to supply to and get from students,not an easy task over differing OSs
Personally ignoring the cost for a moment, one has to remember you are aiming to provide your child with the best education and the best knowledge for the future that your money can afford.Its not about ones got Nikes and ones got Speedos its about doing the right thing to kit them out as best you can so they can learn and take on board what is in essence their future personal cache of knowledge.
So as the old saying goes you need to spend to accumulate........
GCHQ Rules the roost
Only in the western world
Security at its finest
The problem, the agency says in a new paper published here, is that there's a lack of cross-border coordination of Computer Emergency Response Team actions
Er isnt that to be expected as each "border" has its own security implementation and techniques to prevent such issues in the first place.Why would one country change what works for it and its infrastruxture for something that may be worse or may not work at all.
Since when is three a swarm.............its a nuisance at best :D
More for less
Is the present norm for any industry and the state of the economy or price differential with the competition is usually the things employers put the blame on.
We are shortly going to annualized hours which sounds good in theory on paper re work life balance but Ive seen it before and its just a way of getting people in on extra days without paying anything out then giving them a day off mid winter.We are also expected to do more technical work plus our normal manual roll and "eagerly" participate in 5s TPM and many other assorted improvement schemes [which will now most probably fall on our days off].
Yay for progress and not even a mention of zero hours contracts by anyone yet.......
Failing to Danger
The cheaper components used in this type of charger have a lower insulation rating which over time degrades to such a level the current passes through them to at least some lower or greater degree.Because they are poorly designed for minimal function they fail to danger instead of failing to safety i.e. the full power input is directed to the USB output port instead of being isolated.The USB cabling itself is not designed or insulated enough to carry a full mains charge safely without hazard to the user ergo the user is in effect a conductor from the cable or device which is now at mains power to any lower voltage or Earthed surface they touch.
So all we need now
Is some good matrix type action as the car passes and we are good to go
Wouldn't it make more sense to send an automated home kit and energy station first and have it report back when established.Given the need for weight reduction maybe having a way of making large room size voids under the planet surface and filling with a balloon type liner might be a better structure to start with that way the building material is kept to a minimum.
I see nothing wrong here
These poor girls are in a need of a mature man to give them some strict guidance.What could be wrong with that?
Really so I have to follow the damn twitter account of the bank just so they can tell me the systems down.If I have the banking app whats up with them designing a notice page into the device in the first place.
If you do need Bitcoins buy em early in the morning the effing price on those things moves like $40 or more over the day.
FSecure launching encrypted online storage
How come they dont get done for with holding names they clearly dont use same as cyber squatters....
I guess they could ahve asked
Given the Government states we are now clearly over the recession,what day next week the banks are putting up the interest rates.
Not quite invisibility
You may be better off making a time differential device that combined the area in question with that before the event occurred thus masking the object from all viewpoints
That might explain why
It was reported recently that the younger Japanese generation had gone off sexual relationships and were more "in to" technology
To face your greatest fear
You must revisited your most fearsome day, where time is the one commodity that makes the biggest difference.
Hmmmmm I wonder if its G string that she needs to become a tad more tuneful
Why do some people
Think they should view sport for free when you need to purchase a ticket to watch it in person?
As for BTs regular invitation to have a "free box" with not much more than paid content on it for "only" £5/month Im not interested, nor am I interested in renewing my 12 month contract just to get "free" sports channels.
Maybe the civil aviation authority
Should impose a ban on these iTems being taken aboard planes until they have a fire certificate.
To support you local branch of the NSA they need you cash too what with all the cutbacks and brib..........er gifts they have to hand out.
The NSA needs to open a few more server farms offering special deals to foreign companys
Are you sure they didnt mean to say
WE ARE UNDER ATACKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!
Yep they probably use more tech in a day than some of the office bound stalwarts on the Register
Needs some posters near all phones
Please reboot before calling the IT department as we hate interrupting out online gaming to fix the internet.
System Admins are very much like Personnel Officers.The later protect Managers from problems brought up by workers whilst System Admins well, they protect the infrastructure from problems brought up by end users
So using the power of the internet the viewing angle at 3 feet for a 6 inch screen is stated as 7.6 degrees.Given this limited viewing angle Id say its total advertising hyperbole to say a curved screen is better for viewing on such a small screen.
So the Government gave staff some downtime, now they're back and giving the Government some downtime of his own
How does spying stop Islamic Terrorists shooting up African Shopping Centres
It doesn't as the main priority of the spying game is to ensure the ball stays well out of your own goal and if it means it goes in someone elses then it goes in someone eleses same as it always has.Bletchly Park was about knowing when to use knowledge and when not to,sometimes this heart breaking process would lead to servicemen or allies dieing because of our inaction.So it was and still is a balancing act of when and not if to use the information.
At the end of the day the park came about because of the boots on the ground that found the enigma machine and codes in the first place. So one does not work well with the absence of the other as the Americans keep finding out to their cost.
Thats how,so expect to see banner and pop up ads appearing some time soon
Breaking the API may hit many a call centre......maybe we shall see a reduction in unwanted calls now
Netbook v Tablet & keyboard
Well in basic terms the netbook contained all the hardware under the keypad and had a hinged screen attached whilst the Tablet [of whomevers make] has the hardware behind the screen with a removable keyboard as an extra purchase.So basically baring the specs its essentially the same or very similar device but with a hefty price difference
Hmm didnt I read the other day...........
That a certain well known company recycling old parts into its latest tablet and appears in all tense and purposes to be only upgrading the processor yet selling it as the next big thing despite the device having a near unreplaceable battery.
So if he said
He was a Hacker and above the law would the judge also hold this true?
In other words France needs some blue pills to help its performance
The statement is quite true
GCHQ is not American so they are not spying on her conversations we are.
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