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So how will young boys be able to tell the difference between Great, Grey and Blue??
347 posts • joined 17 Jul 2007
So how will young boys be able to tell the difference between Great, Grey and Blue??
Shouldn't this be the regimental crest of two crossed dead Frenchmen emblazoned on a mound of dead Frenchmen motif.
Well I succeeded where the NSA failed. I found the NSA launch codes and instructions, and I'm going to post them here:-
1.) Light Blue touch paper
2.) Retire to a safe distance
3.) DO NOT GO BACK to a nuke even if the fuse has gone out.
Would that be the BMW or Ford engines???
So what is his theory for why the Dinosaurs died out??
To bring down a T-Rex with basic weapons would take some doing, so if we did hunt them to death, they must have been damn tasty!!.
.....its still not a shark with a frickin laser on its head.
Whilst the Surface may on paper be the better solution, the problem is that the mid management that these are aimed at will want an Apple solution because it's perceived to be 'cooler'
Remember this is aimed at Fanbois. So when the "new and improved" Watch+ comes out in 6 months these will be consigned to the draw with the iphone, iphone3, 4 ,4S, 5, various Ipads, Macbook Air, etc
In my office there is a machine which can take a copy of any piece of paper put into it. The copy is such good quality you can just take it away and read it just like the original.
Obviously I was obliged to immediately take a fireaxe to said device.
I found all the spoilers for series 5 and 6 neatly printed out and bound in handy paperback size at my local WH Smiths.
And pray that there's intelligent life somewhere out in space,
'Cause there's bugger all down here on Earth!
Galaxy Song - MP
If your going to paraphase from the Cisco diagnosis, at least get it right.
You don't install a keylogger to scan memory. The original report states:-
"The downloaded binary, FindStr, installs a keylogger and scans the memory of the PoS device for number sequences that could be credit card numbers."
It then goes on to describe the uses of the keylogger, to capture passwords, and Findstr to scan the memory to find credit card numbers.
"I'm safe because because........"
How many times have I heard that before.
Lenovo for one ;-)
The big advantage of pebble that it is water resistant. My phone isn't.
When skiing or cycling (off-road) or hiking I may have a headphones on and the ability to change tracks without having to fish a smartphone out of my pocket or rucsack is great. Same goes when I get a call or message, because I can see who it is on my pebble I can then decide whether I need to reply or ignore it without having to get my phone wet or muddy.
It's a bit like the £10K ethernet cable the other day.
There are people who will buy them because they can, and then insist that they can see/hear the difference.
..... unless it has a scanning red light on the front, turbo boost, pursuit mode and cracks witty or sarcastic comebacks.
Whilst the content may acceptable, I'm just wondering why this article appears in a "news site"? It's not exactly earth shattering revelations, it's verbatim Information Security 101.
What next? "turning your PC off at night saves energy"
Also whilst I agree that nothing is 100% secure and it should be difficult for an attacker, you've missed an important point, it must be remain useful to the business.
I can take a laptop, shut it down, put it in a safe and destroy the key. The laptop is now, as near as possible, 100% secure from cyber threats. Unfortunately in the process its now lost all value to the business.
Another Autonomy then.
Think of a concept, puts some fancy buzzwords around it, add in lots of marketing which highlights what it purports to do but, don't explain how. Generate lots of excitement with investment companies and speculators who don't know anything about the market but think that it sounds dynamic and sexy and therefore must be good.
Sell company for Billions.... discover there is no product.
Nice work if you can get it.
Upload a virus from a MAC to Alien Mothership job done!!
Although when I first saw this it did make perfect sense. Of course Apple computers can interface directory to Aliens, because after having to deal with Appletalk protocols for 5 years, I can only conclude that they weren't written by a human hand.
"I've seen some half-arsed security measures in my time but this just takes the biscuit. Whoever architect this system needs to be waterboarded," Price said
Which Apple store to you work in?
If they're legal documents they'll have been handled by lawyers and hence wouldn't be contaminated with Human DNA.
If you strap a piece of toast (butter side up) to the back of a cat and throw it out the window, the competing forces will result in the mass coming to rest in equilibrium approximately 8 inches above the ground.
It has been calculated that as few as 329 cats used in this manner could support the average passenger train. HS2 was originally designed to exploit the cat/toast levitation effect and would have been known as the Interkitty express.
What benefit would an attacker have freely publishing passwords? These are commercially traded commodities.
This has all the hallmarks of a disgrunted employee, rather than an external attack. It's either somebody who has been disciplined/sacked and wants to cause trouble, or somebody who has got fed up about banging on about poor security/operational procedures and wants to to a 'told' you so.
I've had my Note 4 for over a month.
Why are they only reviewing it now?
It's a fantastic piece of kit, but I'd take the battery life as suggested in the review with a pinch of salt.
All aboard the gravy train!!!
I couldn't think of anything worse than a film about Steve Jobs.
But a film about Steve Jobs starring Seth Rogen......
Good luck as the Razzies
"Beijing feels that productivity could be easily boosted by building an army of robotic workers, who can work every hour that god sends without demanding holidays, a pay rise or duvet days"
Neither do they demand human rights, democracy, etc etc.
....how hard can it be? They can't even get a simple space launch done properly, it's not exactly rocket science .... oh wait...
The deal the US government did with the Aliens
Who really shot Kennedy
Did the ball cross the line in the 66' World cup final
Why Hollywood keeps making films with Adam Sandler
If you use this you can't shout.. "YOU WERE ONLY SUPPOSED TO BLOW THE BLOODY DOORS OFF!!!"
With my left hand I'm waving the "secret" but quite visible X-37B spy/weapon/space plane in your face, with my right hand .........
We have massively powerful consoles and PC's and all they can come up with is re-hashes of the tired 'run around and slash/shoot things' genre.
Where is the imagination in the games world??
Man's future in space ... Barack Obama: Mars. Narendra Modi: Mars. Vladimir Putin: Er, Moon. David Cameron: Croydon.
Really annoys me that subsequent UK governments have not invested more in space technologies. Ok we're too small to have our own full space program, but we don't even invest much into ESA, meaning that the French and Germans, develop all the technologies and get the downstream engineering benefits.
Even something a potentially ground breaking as the SABRE engine from REL gets minimal governmental funding, in other countries they'd have $billions thrown at it.
because they appreciate that IT'S JUST a BLOODY PHONE!!!!
It'll still be exactly the same if you buy it tomorrow from a Carphone, O2, EE etc shop.
Especially when they are queuing for days just to by a clone of a 2 year old Galaxy Note II.
" After inspecting the Healthkit software, we have deduced that there are no bugs, but the problem lies it a incompatibility of the human physiology with the parameters defined by Apple developers.
If you wish to use the Healthkit Application we suggest that you undergo gene replacement therapy,
Love and Hugs Tim xx"
Surely the person in the right here is the owner of the tank, because a) they have a tank and b) you don't.
If you want to argue I'll give you a 10 meter head start.
What's happens with the charter for the Royal mail. They have always had to service all postal address for a fixed cost regardless of distance?
That's always been the big argument about rising costs, whilst delivering mail in cities is cheap and easy, it's the services to the more inaccessible areas that are costly.
Can rapidly see a Scottish Mail service that won't deliver to anywhere outside the major towns and cities, unless the sender pay a massive postal cost.
A big phone and a watch, didn't they just copy the Samsung launch from last week.
“Now it is such a bizarrely improbable coincidence that anything so mind-bogglingly useful (as the babel fish) could have evolved purely by chance that some thinkers have chosen to see it as the final and clinching proof of the non-existence of God.
The argument goes something like this: "I refuse to prove that I exist,'" says God, "for proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing."
"But," says Man, "The Babel fish is a dead giveaway, isn't it? It could not have evolved by chance. It proves you exist, and so therefore, by your own arguments, you don't. QED."
"Oh dear," says God, "I hadn't thought of that," and promptly vanishes in a puff of logic.
"Oh, that was easy," says Man, and for an encore goes on to prove that black is white and gets himself killed on the next zebra crossing.”
Unfortunately, most real people who buy home routers don't. They just want something that connects their PC/Laptop/tablet to the internet so they can access Facebook, ebay.
Expecting people to upgrade firmware, change passwords, writing scripts is just not acceptable.
Isn't the more likely dystopian future one where humans are just amorphous blobs being told to buy things that they don't need.
Put a dog turd on a strap, slap an Apple logo on it and the fanbois will still buy it, claiming that it's world changing technology.
Damn, I thought HyperCat sounded like the successor to the much missed cross channel Seacats.
I'm still waiting for my piezoelectric shoes to charge my phone whilst walking.
Rather than the whole crashing at speed thing, I thing the biggest motive for hacking a car could be Fraud.
In the UK there is an 'industry' around fraudsters being paid to have low speed impacts with innocent people on roundabouts/intersections etc, they then give the details of the person that paid them, Who then puts in a claim for whiplash, anxiety, etc against the victim's insurance company (usually using an ambulance chasing 'legal' firm).
Imagine if you could could now control the innocent victims car and force it to slam on the brakes at your command, whilst your GoPro camera on the dash records everything. "Sorry mate, you slammed on the brakes, I've got it on camera. I'll tell you what give me £500 and we won't go through the insurance company".