Re: Sad, just sad....
probably rejected by the IOC or FIFA for being too secretive
188 posts • joined 25 Jul 2012
probably rejected by the IOC or FIFA for being too secretive
So this means that Fortran and C are going to go the milky way?
but they could have tried - Congreve rockets - Rockets red glare etc.
One place I do work for got hit with a .encrpt ransomware. Fortunately they had an unencrypted backup (something I emphasised strongly to them) and so we were able to determine the encryption key and recover all their invoices. which were the only things encrypted.
I was working at a major construction firm and got a call from a job site office trailer that they had lost their internet. The other 2 trailers on the site were still online. I told my boss and he decided to take a drive over there to see what was going on. When he got there he found that the antenna on the office had fallen off the post due to rusted out supports and no one had noticed. He managed to get it back up to the point where they could receive a signal and later had it repaired properly.
He wasn't sending money to an Eastern European girlfriend, he was sending money to a girl in California who was using the picture of an Eastern European model as her "face"
He will be sadly missed. RIP Lester.
I am pretty sure that North America, Africa, India and Austrailia all had indigenous natives worth speaking of, many of which are still suffering the effects of colonization.
What an insane way to run a Motor Vehicle regime. I pay C$90 for my annual automobile license renewal and and C$90 for my 5year driving license. Our Ministry of Transport doesnt care about anything else, although I do have to tell them about my insurance. And I do it all over the internet if I dont think my picture needs changing. Otherwise, I go for a 1 hour (in queue) visit to my local Service Ontario office and have a new picture taken. The new drivers license shows up in the mail in a couple of weeks. If I sell my car, I keep the plates and then visit the Service Ontario office and give 1/2 of the owner ship paper to the new owner to take to the Service Ontario office to register the vehicle in their name
And when some hack pwns your code, and docker says, "well we warned you" who's neck is going to be on the line?
The majority of corporations taking advantage of these arrangements stockholders are foreign to the UK, or Europe. If there is no corporate tax, then no tax will be received from these firms. It is unfair that the citizens of a country not involved in the spending of funds should primarily benefit, rather that the citizens who earned and spent those funds. In short, if you earn income in a country, you should pay taxes in that country.
Taxman's hand in my pocket.
Actually, Netflix, to my personal disgust, is very successful at blocking Surfeasy.
Must be honest politicians.
As far as the fine fellow writing Register based code, I recall that that was how we wrote Easycoder code (in 1970), which was the assembler for the Honeywell Series 200 computers, and which was a version of IBM 7050(?) autocoder.
As for having problems with GoTos in Basic, Digitals Basic-Plus certainly had GoSub and FuNction calls which allowed a very clean programming style.
I suppose that depends on your opinion of the coffee bean based product that Nescafe produces. They certainly make something that they call coffee in North America.
Did the crew of the ship that captured U-570 get prize money when it was bought into the navy?
Cows don't eat grain?
It says 175 not prosecuted for lack of evidence. It doesn't say how may were reported and successfully prosecuted. It may indeed be a couple of magnitudes larger that are unreported but you have to drop that case for lack of evidence
I upgraded my Surface Pro and then launched Firefox (NOT previously my default). It promptly informed me that it was out of date and I should upgrade it. I also had to upgrade the Flash and Java addins so I could do what I wanted to do, It took less than 15 minutes and I was up and running.
if you put them in the road at each bus stop, then as the bus stops to collect and/or discharge passengers some charging can be induced, thus maintaining an adequate power level to complete the route.
Nor does there appear to be a section of an Interstate highway where a bridge has fallen down or a wildfire is rapidly approaching.
Wow, something people hate more than Microsoft. I used to "joke" that no virus could run on a machine with Symantec AV on it because there weren't enough cycles left.
I thought London had been there since before Roman times - much more that 1500 years.
Of course we care. We care about the traffic jams that have resulted from a)changing the existing HOV lanes and b) dedicating 1 lane on the highways which don't have HOV lanes as an HOV lane so that both of them are restricted to vehicles carrying athletes, people with games passes or 3 or more persons.
We also care that the food vendors near the Rogers Centre (formerly the Skydome) were banned during the opening ceremonies and will be banned during the closing ones as well. We also cared that every one entering the Rogers Centre was searched to ensure that no one was smuggling in their own bottle of water or bag of peanuts, ensuring that the vendors inside were able to charge exorbitant amounts for the aforementioned water, other beverages and sundry snacks.
We also cared that they changed the finals for at least 1 of the events so that people who had bought tickets for that time and place were not able to see the event which they had intended to.
I am sure we are going to care a lot more if we get the Olympics that are now planning to bid for.
I think you missed the point where the laptop finds the MS Hotspot for you and asks if you want to buy time, you don't need to go hunting for one, just as you do not need to go hunting for a non-MS Hotspot.
My family and I were landing in Manchester at the time to bombs were going off. I remember seeing the overheads on the motorway saying that access to London had been closed off, and wondering why. Later, we noticed a large number of army vehicles on the southbound road.
I also remember 9/11 as my former boss was in WT1 when the 1st plane hit. Over 200 of my former co-workers were also among the 3000 plus who died there.
Terrorism of all sorts must be stopped.
Only I if can shoot it from the back. Stop sending out negative waves.
My first thought when I read "The Delphi car "took appropriate action", according to Absmeier, and no collision took place." was that that it popped the lid on the trunk, and used the auto-loader cannon to blast the interloper out of the way.
Check the sodium.
I am pretty sure they are regular adult carrots run through a die to shape them into baby carrots.
Crysis? What Crysis?
and if they would only fix the FuelC section of the calculator, I'd really be happy.
And it absolutely motivates me to get off my BFB and walk more. I look at the numbers each evening and then head out to walk to try to achieve the 10,000 step goal. I usually don't quite make it, but if I didn't wear the thing (a fitbit one) I probably wouldn't even try.
Yeah, they could call it the "No Such Agency"
Based on my first view of Microsoft "Edge" where a "popup" ad appeared in a new tab, that is entirely possible
According to my Doctor, my blood cells record my level of glucose for 90 days (A1C) which indicates to me that they live about that length of time on average.
Apparently you missed this:
"All management is done remotely, via a combination of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) and PowerShell – or more accurately, Core PowerShell, a new formulation of Redmond's command line that runs on the Core CLR, rather than the full .Net runtime."
I have noticed that a lot of people do that - they actually know the address but have google as their home page, so they type "guardian.com" in the search bar in the middle of the screen and then click on the first search entry displayed.
Why shouldn't they have different prices in different markets? As much as the EU is common market, it actually isn't really. Different areas place different values on different things. Heck, this happens in countries, never mind the EU. If the market you are in values my product highly, then I can charge more for that product, if the area you are in doesn't, but I want to sell my product there, then I would lower the price until I reached a profitable price point at which sufficient product was sold. This is generally how supply and demand is supposed to work. Companies are in business to maximize profits, not to make consumers happy.
Probably not, since this will be how they communicate with the health app.
At the time he was a lawyer, so yes the description is accurate. It may be more accurate to say that the fight was with a lawyer who has since been disbarred.
Our computers got really really slow, so we went out and bought new ones with a new OS on it (for certain definitions of "OS")
As far as I can tell, the common carrier, Bell Canada, was the one committing these "internet related crimes".
I am pretty sure that unless you licensed to blast, you will be arrested anytime you make ANFO, no matter what colour diesel you use.
A cereal is a grass, a member of the monocot family Poaceae, cultivated for the edible components of its grain (botanically, a type of fruit called a caryopsis), composed of the endosperm, germ, and bran. Cereal grains are grown in greater quantities and provide more food energy worldwide than any other type of crop; they are therefore staple crops.
In their natural form (as in whole grain), they are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats, oils, and protein. When refined by the removal of the bran and germ, the remaining endosperm is mostly carbohydrate. In some developing nations, grain in the form of rice, wheat, millet, or maize constitutes a majority of daily sustenance. In developed nations, cereal consumption is moderate and varied but still substantial.
The word cereal derives from Ceres, the name of the Roman goddess of harvest and agriculture.
What is a Visual line of sight, as compared to non-visual line of sight?
If he is watching BBC product on Netflix, then he has paid for Netflix and Netflix has paid the BBC. Therefore, there is no problem with his not paying the license.
Actually it is "You are an idiot", which can be abreviated as "You're an idiot" which you are.
A lot of the commenters on here do not seem to have very good reading skills. Beyond no mention of storing passwords in text files in email, there is no mention of AWS (Amazon Web Services) in the article. Considering that this is an article about a Microsoft product, one would expect that the information, if stored in a cloud environment, to be stored on Azure.