Re: So 20th Century & une chapeau ancienne
une chapeau ancienne
would have to be un chapeau ancien
43 posts • joined 14 Nov 2012
une chapeau ancienne
would have to be un chapeau ancien
the photo used with this article looks like a turd
Give me a mono speaker witn one driver, perhaps a Tannoy coaxial....
He's just another science dude like Einstein and Feynman, they were right about some things and wrong about other stuff.
Was we hopin' for hashed or weeded, or even potted???
I just experienced a titsup from our beloved Reg....
The most secret hardware sensor is the NF and FF iPhone user detector. App for using this detector sits in the users brain. iS unlocked by BUYiNG SOMETHiNG.
The hardawre and software combo goes by the name of iDAR.
Me thoughts that if all programming was done like i did back in the day making assembler thingies, IT worked always if the hardware was OK.
Would there be ANY titsup if there was a max bug count of ZERO per thousand lines of code.....
TinKeR >< ReKnit = Knit IT again
Ye ye yeye ye ye yeah yes. Water between 0 and 100 centigrade.
Anybody noticed that Facebook has gone titsup????
Cars with an ECU for emisssions control have had the mapping for passing legislations testing in it since day one. (Uhm, also with NO ECU, the mechanical/electrical sensors/valves/whatnot would have a time/temperature/pressure/whatnot profile to meet test requirements.)
Mapping is always suited to the test the legislator requires the car/vehicle to pass. All other circumstances that are not in the test just are mapped according to common sense to get a balanced economy/power/lifetime/u name I.T. performance of the car and drive-train.
Legislators testing-cycles do not conform with individual driving styles. This has been an issue for years and years and .....
So What Is Cheating?????????
BTW this is why you never get the mileage that test-results promise.
You are trolling or miss the point in this discussion or I did not pick up on intended sarcasm. Other then that you are also wrong because of inductional loads give rise to "blind power' or cos phi related currents. Excuse me if/when I am using wrong technical terms/words since I am not a native english speaking person.
After Googling translate I might have had to use the phrase "electrically reactive power".
Just to be clear, you get an extra load in current besides the power the equipment will draw just for quenching it's power thirst.
Yup, that would be truly INSULTING tape
The real true basic uitsmijter is one slice of bread with one fried egg on top of it, salt and pepper to taste . With pickled onions and sweet and sour pickles as a preferred side dish, ham is almost allways under the egg, while cheese is something that came popular after people got to know the cheeseburger at McDonalds. Also the precise basic recipe is dependent on geographical location. uhm regional I mean, or something like that.
The syntax is indeed uitsmIJter, without the E before the IJ.
For decades it is already possible to order batteries or cells or whatever to be manufactured in the form factor you wish . You just have to pay for it, can be costly.
Gearbox is situated AFTER flywheel and even if it dont it is part of the trannie
I seem to remember thingies that could lift / pick up other thingies using a magnet and a thin piece of rope
"We have undoubtedly seen this technology flown in controlled airspace, we have undoubtedly seen it used to harass people, and we have seen it flown in contravention of the air navigation orders, so I think that concern arises by the fact that there is clearly a means of offending that we do not seem to be able necessarily to address quickly,"
This reminds me of the TV series Yes Minister and Yes, PM
I don't use any fruit but would if i could pay for it. one thing i would like i s that things are sure to function properly on a fruity device but now u cant do stuff like there is a discrpenacy between ur usinf the cloud on Ios 7 or 8 , bummer
I would like my tech equipment to be good at it's job. Also I would like my tech equipment give bang for the buck in the long term. Not only professional tech I mean. I like to my stereo amp to run for years, not blow it's transistors after a years use. Modern tech seems to not do that. It seems to me that every one or two years you need to replace your hardware to keep up with things. Also these thingies tend to brake down early. Now Apple gets on this bandwagon, as it supposedly did with it's I-foon. Fashionistas have at least two times per year their gear changed, summer and wintercollection, with very little possibility to be able to wear last years summer cloth next summer. I guess this watch will get a revamp every half year, so Apple will be able to sell two watches per year, year after year. I bore out at this point, I'll stop my rant here at this .
The atom vibrates, this is the medium. It doesn't propagate, but that doesn't matter. So sound is vibration, propagation is secondary.
Star Trek vs. Mars Wreck
uuuuuuuuuuuuueeeeeeeeee LET him drive, there will be a glorious scientific discovery at the horizon
sooooooooooooooooo to create matter, ie some electrons and positrons, we START OFF with, uhm
This tablet and phablet nonsene is just an expansion to reality from what Ster Trek c.s. has shown to the innocent public and those who can afford it want it, and they'll use it for whatever is not necessary.
the torrent sites don't acknowledge the point that there is something fishy about torrents that link to illegal content, ban the links to illeeeeegal content and you are good to go
the fight on capatalism is another one, but is little bit hard since you es ov eeey is based on it
Yeah, Apple products have never had bugs, as hasn't the El Reg site. doesnt remember me and still don't get to stay on the same page when up- or downvoting
Yeah, what if a psychiatrist says, uhm, with 80 % certainty we think.......
Your coach says, well, it could be right for 78.5 %.
The autism specialist says, you're definitely not in the autistic spectrum.
then you are left clueless.
But, gifted, hypersensitive, traumatised, .......
Yeah, go on, everybody
just happy to see that there's a reference to my TR 606 in one of the pics
Of course it is to erase the resistance!
95% of the apps are either craptastic^n
When I hit my neighbour it will be better weather tomorrow, or the day after.
It's more like take today minus 50 yrs western hairstyles. In the idea of Elvis was a communist.................
Hmmmmm, so what about your own comment?
Yeah, it expires at April 1st..................
I thought a glimpse of a time-unit to make a serious comment, but why?
The very first PCB's were resinless cardboard.................
u go a 100 ml, that's .1 liters, (I believe .2 pint) of milk in a cup of apprx. 165 ml. Put for 124 seconds in a microwave at 650 Watt. Cook approx 100 ml. water to the boil. Take a filter holder, put paper filter and 4 teaspoons full of grinded coffee in it. Stir 3 teaspoons of sugar into the cup with hot milk (after the PING, so u gotta peek before u poke). Stir firmly with teaspoon untill foaming. Place filter holder w/ paperfilter filled with grinded coffee on top of the cup with the foamy, sweet, hot milk. Pour on the hot water. Do any/everything necessary to prevent getting things dirty. Enjoy your cuppa.
>Are they also noise absorbant ?
Would the manufacturers name be SIREN ????
Mainframes were big; computers. Then they got smaller; minicomputers. Then they fitted on your desk; microcomputers we called the IBM's with BSoD equipped MSmalware and the Apple Macintosh computers. They became subsequently known as PC's and Macs. In the beginning these really were actually both known as MICROcomputers. Now let's call the nextgen downsized computers appropriately NANOcomputers, please. So mini barebones, minimacs and Rpi are to be in the category nanocomputers from now on. If they are going to fit on a poststamp they become PICOcomputers. If they can get stuck under your nail we will have entered the FEMTOcomputer era. Then there will be a paradigm shift into the quantumcomputer era. Please let us be consistent in naming our iron in the future.