Was excited for a moment. Tried it out. It doesn't link up to notebooks on Office365, where I store all my OneNote stuff. Epic fail, Microsoft...
20 posts • joined 10 Nov 2007
So, calling the impartiality of Andrew "if it's green, it's wrong" Orlowski into question is v wrong, but homophobia on these fora is fine? What planet are you on?
I'm not childish and have been a reg supporter for many years, but I don't think that Andrew is doing it any favours with his childish rants...
Now VISA joins the sheep
Funny how google searches for "wikileaks site:visa.com" don't match any documents but "wikileaks visa" returns loads of news sites showing that VISA, MASTERCARD and PAYPAL have all withdrawn payment facilities.
Who's next? Western Union? MoneyGram?
Time to ask if we should be concerned about government control of financial duopolies like Visa/Mastercard...
Terrorist target list my arse. I went and looked up my local "terrorist target", which admittedly is a site that could be at risk. However information about it is easily available already on http://www.hiberniaatlantic.com/ and wikipedia, including a more detailed grid reference than wikileaks gave (they redacted it down to the city name).
Get your facts straight
You're off by about £8m p.a. - they admitted straight away this would just save £600k, and your article was out of date before it was published.
WAB is an industry-led technical forum which is currently putting together re-use protocols to stop electronic waste being shipped to African beaches under the guise of charitable donations. That's a very important thing, and scrapping it without thinking is pretty dumb.
There's already a production system for this
In the UK, www.cyclestreets.net is already in place, and has an excellent cycle-oriented routing engine that gives options of the level of traffic you can manage and factors in the gradient profile of the route to optimise it & estimate timing. It's based on openstreetmap/opencyclemap data, which for cycling in the UK is of *far* better quality than Google's mapping.
And they're off again...
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Music to my ears
After learning to program on a KIM-1, this was paradise. No more hex operands...
I spent a few good years programming these - they got quite good with the 2048 etc.
The highlight for me was getting software to run on the embedded 6502 controller in the external SCSI hard disk drive and banging the heads with varied delays to make music. Needless to say it wasn't my system...