Yes, they do.
1907 posts • joined 5 Mar 2007
Re: Need in UK
No it isn't. Bicycles are legally road vehicles and should be used as such. That means obeying traffic rules and signs.
@Lee D Re: Weak Logic
The ECHR isn't part of the EU. EU member states are independent signatories to the European Convention on Human Rights - by virtue of their membership of the Council of Europe - which establishes the Court amongst other things.
Other notable signatories include Turkey and Russia, for what it's worth.
But regardless, we aren't leaving the ECHR.
The article is wrong. Google sends a coda via text which you enter as part of the log-in process.
The insecurity stems from the fact that it's possible - however remotely - to intercept the content of that text.
Re: How nice of them
It's getting difficult to tell google and microsoft apart these days.
Obviously they're receiving it wrong.
Re: What about...
It's not the cost, it's the weight. Every m/s you gain at launch is so many kilos extra of payload you can loft to orbit for a given weight of fuel.
Re: Yeah but
I misread that as ASMR.
Though, if I'm honest, I wouldn't be surprised if systemd had a "module" that whispered gently in your ear to send you to sleep at night.
First time anyone has had reason to say that in years.
Then they should remove twitter. It has the exact same issue of loudmouth trolls and hategroups (like isis) that was used to justify removing gab. If one is against the rules, both are. If one isn't, neither are.
That's the core of gabs case. Google are using their monopoly control of the app market on android to pick winners and losers between otherwise legitimate competitors.
@Spanners Re: Additional comma
Is called an Oxford comma because it is required in Hart's Rules for Compositors and Readers at the University Press, Oxford, aka The Oxford Style Manual.
What about spam spam spam chips and spam?
Perfectly acceptable in a list.
Re: Perhaps they're two joss sticks leaning against each other
Your upvotes are at 11 as of this post. I want to upvote more, but...
The echr is not an eu institution! This ruling applies to any member of the convention, not just the eu, and we will remain part of that convention when we leave the eu.
Re: Two Britains?
Yes. Very special.
Re: Self-important little pricks
There's a huge gap between a TOR node knowing what .onion has been requested and lacking anonymity. The node doesn't know who requested it, just that it was requested by a previous node.
There wouldn't be much use in a router if it couldn't route traffic.
Pretty sure that was the joke.
Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action.
Better invade the tanker and liberate its oil, just to be safe.
Re: Arkanoid was legally made
Only for trademarks. Copyrights don't need active defence to remain protected.
Re: Same old, same old
Honestly that's a preetty big USP for me, though it'll likely never live up to the N900. Or the N9.
Such a wasted opportunity...
However, since I'm shortly in the market for a new phone, I will likely consider this one.
I work there from time to time.
Hence the trepidation.
ETA: I can't tell if I'm being downvoted for shittalking server-side JS for for saying that it's popular. (It is. This is probably terrible. Don't shoot the messenger.)
Chap behind Godwin's law suspends his own rule for Charlottesville fascists: 'By all means, compare them to Nazis'
Re: " ..call a spade a spade..."
Accepted by whom?
Keystone cops, not keystone pipeline.
Re: Forcing the Underground
Arguments with extremists rarely convince them to change their ways. In those situations, you argue to convince the audience.
Giving extremists the ability to speak in the open is often the best way to turn people against them.
To me, this feels like the moment private eye jumped on the mmr-causes-autusm bandwagon. Never mind the facts, there's a scandalous narrative to perpetuate! It's frustrating to see a once great publication joining the gurning ranks of the outrage merchants, but it seems to be an inevitable path for every media organisation these days
Re: Apparently he does other thing for a living as well.
The indictment is a statement of charges. It doesn't contain evidence - indictments don't deal with evidence, but merely claims of unlawful activity. As such it's about as solid as a politician's promise.
Re: Also Wannacry?
He's a security consultant. It's quite literally his job to "investigate" malware. Unless you were a retail theft prevention consultant, your childhood escapade isn't remotely comparable.
Or - and I hate that the world has made me this cynical - wannacry was cooked up by the NSA or some other US TLA and now they're getting a biut of payback for it being shut down so quickly.
The incompetence, malice and pettiness of US spy orgs all have precedent.
Nah, they've locked that away in a back room. The correspondence it was distributing from the other, saner universes was causing too much distress.
That's an example of the constant regularisation of irregular verbs.
.. ..-. / -.-- --- ..- / -.-. .- -. / .-. . .- -.. / - .... .. ... then a US Navy fondleslab just put you out of a job
Re: Morse Code
That's the RNs job.
Too late, I notice what autocorrrupt has done...
To be fair, it dies have done positives.
It isn't written in nodejs, for instance.
Re: Admit it
Sometimes we deserve it.
Think of it as a human developing an immunity to being shredded by thousands of tiny knives.
Re: a septic tank is small
You can tell which is congress. Nobody with a brain would put a septic tank at the top of a hill.
Re: Whatever happened to the great migration to IPv6?
Hardly excess. Capitalism manages scarcity fairly well - and that's the problem here. IPV4 addresses have become scarce and are becoming more scarce by the day. This shuffling of a shrinking pool of addresses isn't providing any sort of excess, it's merely turning the car crash into a gentle stop.
Re: Maybe they are not fixing it because...
The perceived advantage is that a bunch if formerly separate components no longer function unless systemd is present, due to poettering et al rolling those components or similar functionality into systemd or infiltrating unnecessary dependencies within them. See udev, dns resolving and dbus for examples.
Re: Temporary Apple Fanboy Here
I'll drink to that.
Poettering's arrogance is the reason the "project" refuses to address it. He will insist that clear, replicable bugs aren't actually bugs and that people are just using it wrong.
We're past microsoft and into Apple territory now. "It just works", as long as you hold it right.
The pushback against systemd is because it takes what were independent systems and rolls them into a tightly coupled monolith. The independence of those prior systems was their greatest strength - the more independent those systems are, the less opportunity there is to bring down the entire OS by crashing one of those systems.
systemd can claim to be modular all it wants; the fact that you can take down the entire OS via the init with a malicious dns response is a fucking travesty in this day and age. It's the sort of thing that even Windows left behind at the turn of the century.
Re: I'm done with Windows.
That advice essentially amounts to "turn off the update service", followed by laborious manual checking every day. That is not in any way acceptable.
Raed it again.
They made that joke because he'd already run. He's run on and off since the 90s.
Re: The Jetsons had a solution
He also worked two hours a day, three days a week.
Or they might announce that Google voice is just a beta and is being discontinued in a month.
We didn't need it. The usmc top brass wanted a replacement for their version of the harrier, so we decided to build a carrier around that planned replacement rather than go back to regular carriers and much cheaper conventional airframes.
Basically everyone involved decided to be an idiot and pick the most retarded way of doing things, as usual.