something simple like this:
67 posts • joined 24 Sep 2007
something simple like this:
Guys... putting a big ring of plastic around the edge of screens doesnt make it look bigger! You tried it with the Eee and now this. Learn from the Eee, if you think the screen needs to look bigger... make it bigger!
This seems to have absolutely nothing to do with terrorism
I dont really get how you could "learn" to make them... you pretty much just have to see one to understand it
In that way I was taught to make them at school in history lessons. Shocking
"EA would be better working with ATI and Nvidia and sorting out a joint marketing approach which would benefit them all - and us."
They (Nvidia and ATI) are currently in legal trouble for something similar to this, but that was just to benefit them and not at all us :)
Did the SatNav tell him to buy a ferry ticket as well?
Literally beyond belief
I think you missed the point
This is about big companies (Google and Facebook) releasing their works as open source. Facebook is contrasted to Google because google are heavily criticised for not releasing many of their changes to open source projects
Yeah with IE you dont have to worry about those so tricky to install updates all the time, because MS will leave holes for months before fixing them
"Is this really the product of three years study?"
Probably not, sounds like a final year project. Which most commonly is a double module. So like 1/6 of a years work.
Think about the iPhone as Windows and Android as Linux
That might help you get people's motivations.
"We’re waiting for GT200b to bring DirectX 10.1 and GDDR 5 support to the party, and the sooner Nvidia rolls out 55nm fabrication the better."
Its almost certain that Nvidia will be skipping DX10.1
1) Then you get a big area where the advert is still. adblock removes the advert totally so that it doesnt take up any room
2) Thats how adblock plus works
I wonder how it works
1024 x 600 resolution, 25 frames a second, 3 bytes per pixel
= 46080000 bytes per second = ~44MB/s
So with an amazing compression of 80% thats still 8.8MB/s. One of the variables has to give if its going to work over the net, maybe its not supposed to?
The 9 series wasnt really a new series. Just a con/stop gap.
They just shrank the G80 chip in the original 8 series cards (GTX, Ultra, GTS 320/640mb) called it the G92. Used the G92 in the 8800GT and GTS 512mb.
Then they rebranded the G92 as the 9 series.
This really is a new generation of card though
lol, so at the end of his Biog it says "and I enjoy spending free time with my friends"
That wont be very often then :)
Megabit seems like a bit of an odd unit. Maybe if you were talking about data per second but just saying 166.4 kilobytes would better. Maybe the original author (i guess you copied their units?) was trying to make it sound like more...
I don't think anyone would argue that people that have had to much to drink and are being a nuisance actually got drunk on public transport.
Sure some people might be drinking while being a nuisance, but its the previous 5 drinks that made them act like that not the one in their hand.
Where would they draw the line on what to tax?
Will I have to pay this tax on my new phone? PC? Car with MP3 stereo? Hard Drive?
Sounds like you should have found a better source for your MP3s. "I found this newspaper in the street and its total crap, I can hardly read it! I'm not going to get another newspaper again!" seems to me :)
Most of the "kiddies" I know use a strict off site backup procedure (giving files to friends) :)
"Jackont's discovery of a Trojan on his PC led to a police investigation that eventually led back to the Haephratis and a much larger plot."
If I went down the police station and said there is a Trojan on my PC I wouldnt expect them to actually do anything. Maybe they'd cart my PC of for a few months.
Maybe if you went to some where else, a special subsection of the police they might do something? Is there something like that you can do?
As a child I was alergic to dogs :)
I'm afraid the new religion is "Religion as a Service", so they can change the holy books but they dont need to share their work.
Its already been to London,
I saw one of the Google Streetview VW Beetles about 9 months ago. It went past as I was have a crafty ciggy outside the office.
Here is the one I saw driving around EC2A:
It has the pictures I've seen of the US ones.
By cheap biro I assume you mean one which contains a pressurized cartridge and cost $1 million to develop...
On my commute train to Moorgate every morning I look forward to getting into the tunnel for the last 4 stops so that I dont have to listen to the stupid people on the train on their phones.
Interestingly, flying recently I left my phone on (forgot to turn it off as it was in my coat in the overhead storage). When I got off the plane I noticed that the battery was REALLY hot (as in cant keep finger firmly on it for over 5 seconds).
I guess its down to pressure. Any further suggestions what was going on?
It doesnt work like you suggested at all.
The northbridge could almost certainly be better cooled by sticking a big heat sink on it
More serious questions should be asked about the quality of the youtube video...
Is it just a really bad video or pictures stuck together? Either way its shocking
"Paramount last month gave Trekkies a teaser trailer of the film, which chronicles how the Enterprise crew met at Starfleet Academy and subsequently went boldy forth on their first mission."
Really? Cause the article you link to seems to have a video of them building the SS:E...
Hurd has a future!
Stallman will be pleased ;)
Not really. As far as I can remember it usally is flicked into learning mode, then presented a training set which then calibrates the neural network.
Then it is flipped back into a operating mode, where it no longer learns.
(note: "learning mode", "calibrates" and "operating mode" are probably not the actual names...)
"If you buy me a 50'' plasma then..."
if they will actually delete his data unlike the rest of us
The coats for you...
that'll change with new games as the programmers become more multithreaded/SLI compatable
nice timing of this when google announce their quaterly results, i guess microsoft are hoping to mitigate any regulatory questions by hiding behind googles massive earnings last year/quater
You tube video please!
You come across as the big clever man but really you need to read more about the Swedish law. The P-Bay are just telling people where to download copyrighted material they are not providing it.
In Sweden this is not ilegal.
Do you mean:
Referer == Google: Behave normal
Referer != Google: Display search page
If so, I think your idea is best :)
"Sir, I'm to fat to do the normal PE lessons"
Sir: "I dont think so! Get on the scales!"
The cheapest bit of laying the cables is the bits running down the street. For NTL, the gangs would be paid by the meter laid. They would then get 2x-3x the amount for the bit coming off the T-Junction to the little bit at the edge of the pavement outside your house.
How are they going to lay those T Junctions here? Dig up a little bit of road outside everyones house to reach down to the sewer? Would be loads more expensive, than just digging the footpaths up.
Only way I can see it working is them doing 1 sewer exit per 100m of street then sticking a wifi point on a big pole. OBviously that wouldnt be allowed because of "wifi damaging child"
The idea that linking to universities shows it works is madness because there is only 2 sections coming out of the sewer.
Funny, I dont remember any of the gangs using magic in City of God!
(Yes I did post this when the Inq reported it yesterday, but as the reg never links there I'm hoping to get away with a pea roast : )
As part of our SOks compliance all users in the company now have to do a "data protection" test.
Its simple stuff like avoiding phising etc.
Seems like a good idea to me
Here is an intresting article related to this:
"I wonder why people keep on buying outdated Intel prcessors for their desktops."
Are you having a laugh? The phenoms didnt come out till right near the end of Q4. Intel have had the same mainstream products (Q6600) for so long because there has been no competition.
Are the quad conroe's more expensive? Are you looking at the enthusast extreme editions?
"So yes, I think that AMD are doing the things -kinda- right for the moment, though they might be doing better if they were not always trying to compete with Intel."
Lol no shit. HP might be doing better if Dell packed it all in.
"Which brings us to a very interesting point: is the market pushing them that way, or are the specialised journos pushing the "market" towards such competition?"
They both make chips FFS, of course they are in competition. Would intel be allowed to but AMD, of course not because that would be a monopoly...
You sound like your in charge of purchasing for a company... ohh dear.
This year walking back from the pub on chirstmas eve we stopped and watched a series of 10 or so fights in about 20 minutes out side a pub (yes on christmas eve).
We saw the CCTV camera turn round to see them and within 5 minutes the Police had turned up in force and with dogs.
I think the CCTV spotted what was going on (nobody seemed that bothered about stopping the fighting). If the police hadnt have turned up the fighting would have gone on and on I'm sure. So in this case it did stop some fights from happening.
We stood at a safe distance and watched the festivities. Poor cops didnt see to happy about having to come out.
There are two types of Lotus Notes users:
Those that hate it and those that have never used it.
Or in Saving Private Ryan Captain Miller (Tom Hanks) going over to Germans to explaining that he really didnt want to fight and would just like to find a poor guy called Ryan and then go home :)
I tipped them off about this yesterday afternoon and they didnt credit me :(
I liked the Prof that got her students to work on a Wiki page for an assignment more.
But this approach isnt really anything new. While at uni 2 years ago I was expected to work from the same books as every one else.
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