230 posts • joined 11 Feb 2008
back in the 80's i built a digital storage add-on for it
it was a tragic day when i let it go, sniffle
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'Computer science professor Matthew Green added: "Assange is personally going to see those Android 4.x phones get patched."'
funniest thing i've read in ages
i assume the issue is that the same device connected to feeble euro voltage will use less power than when connected to heroic uk voltage, given the situation of a simple load P = V*V / R
dyson are free to test at euro voltage, that's the point of eu wide standards, seems like a level playing field to me
if dyson chooses to make a device that consumes more power at euro voltage that's dyson's problem, can't blame the germans for it
apple claims the 7/7s phones are "splash, water and dust resistant, and were tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529"
the 7 in ip67 indicates ability to survive immersion to a depth unlikely to be found indoors in domestic circumstances, certainly far deeper than any normal household sink or bath
if your scenario were correct, it would mean apple lied and the phones explode when wet
it seems more likely that the phone had a fault resulting in catastrophic heating
yet it has not been used
seems clear evidence of a cover up
now, where's my tinfoil hat, i'm sure i saw it earlier
...blatant move to increase netapp storage sales by embiggening the email archive size
you do, you are absolutely entitled to write your own software, if you can't manage it that's tough, deere is under no obligation to help you, and nor should it be
the eff's ludicrous position, apparently supported by some down-voting twats, is that if you buy a product x that should entitle you to the producer's source code and other proprietary info so you can make your own changes to it
by that logic eff should be demanding that buyers of iphone's have the right to apple's source and info so that they can make changes to their "purchased property", which is exactly what many government's would like
people are free to start from scratch and write their own tractor driver
there's no right to the source code of deere's software (aside from any bits covered by license requiring disclosure)
the eff is acting like any other another spoiled brat who's argument is essentially "waaaaaa, because i want, waaaaaa, look i'm being oppressed, waaaaaaa"
the interweb has a lot to answer for
elect a carrot-coloured guy with the brains of a a stick
i'm sure bluto would be a great success as president,
trump is not bluto, he's neidermeyer
it may well do, but many of the companies it acquires soon cut jobs/cost, it's also no stranger to offshoring jobs
what'd be more interesting is blackstone's overall net effect on jobs at it's acquisitions, i suspect it's negative
"The polymer in virtually all of the world’s plastic bills is made by a single Australian company, Innovia Security.
Innovia are the makers of Guardian, a substrate used to manufacture the polymer currency of 24 countries, including Canada, the United Kingdom, Mexico and New Zealand.
Tallow does not appear to be a stand-alone or critical ingredient in Guardian, but the by-product got into the substrate because it is used in processing by Innovia’s resin suppliers.
“Polymer substrate used as a base for bank notes contains additives that help with the polymer manufacturing process, similar to many commercially available plastics,” wrote the Bank of Canada in a Wednesday statement after contacting Innovia.
“Our supplier of polymer substrate, Innovia Security, has confirmed to us that these additives may include extremely small amounts of tallow,” the statement added. "
"Indeed, small amounts of processed cow parts can be found in everything from [...] to brake fluid. In fact, almost all of the images ever featured on historic Canadian currency would have first been prepared by an artist using tallow as part of the engraving process."
...and until their demands are met will cease ride in any vehicle not certified animal free
at john lewis - while stocks last
price still eyewatering though
then you dash them
first rule of the interweb
though shalt not blame open source for anything
and now i need some mind bleach
actually they are even more stupid
when people downvote mathematical fact, the outlook is bleak
have an upvote from me
...looks like it may be the paywall-free equivalent, same diagrams
...sure sounds like malicious intent, i'd throw away the key
Now IT bricks it: A 'Series of Unfortunate Events'
...i expect the reality will be...
to trench and badly fill many more roads, then allow them to further degrade, increasing the misery of sunken, cracked, potholed roads ever further as rain, frost and traffic take their toll, in central london there are holes big/deep enough to damage cars let alone cyclists
add more poles because sharing with other public/private entities is too complicated or seen as a revenue stream by desperate local councils
or maybe we end up like much of the world where the streets are lined with dangly cables, and poor sods making a living up dodgy ladders maintaining them once we exit the eu and its pesky health and safety rules
welllllllll, bear in mind...
tesco's notorious reputation for screwing suppliers down to minuscule overall margins or even into loss, dairy farmers are quite outspoken on the subject
plus the supermarket industry's appetite for rebates//bungs/ransoms/whatever you call them, exacted from suppliers to place product in more favoured positions
...and it's possible that just a few % cost increase pushes unilever underwater
tesco is playing the pr game to paint itself as the defender of consumers, but without knowing the facts rather than the spin, i'd treat anything either side says with a heavy dose of scepticism
...it was brains of last customer
they're mounted above head height, so they get a full view of the punters
some systems piggyback on security cameras, others are self-contained
if you go into a branch of any mass-market retail chain, assume you're being counted and categorised at least on entry, possibly throughout the store, and maybe even correlated with your smartphone's wifi burbling
me as global dictator with super powers and a fleet of hypersonic sharks with frickin' lasers
soon sort it out
after all, if he can announce new cars and ship them on time, what could possibly... oh, er...
not that this article will improve el reg's chances of being at the next one
...this is just an off the shelf remote-ish ignition solution for a wide range of nutters
position flame emitting orifice ready to ignite stuff that'll burn/explode
retire to safe distance,
presumably they'd carry on regardless...
predates it considerably...
but have an amber nectar anyway
presumably it's this one on arxiv...
would be so much better
condolences to his family and friends
"@virginmedia Getting dangerously close to 24hrs with no service. Also dangerously close to me contacting Ofcom about lack of info/updates."
vm doesn't even put scheduled outages on its status pages/ivr system or make the front line helpdesk agents aware, the last one of those i experienced was announced as a few hours but actually lasted three days
vm broadband - great when it works; but when it doesn't, vm's lack of coordination, communication and basic care for its customers is clear to see
21st century - yep
case sensitive file system - nope
os x - wtf?
when i installed the very first version of os x on my tibook, it baffled me how apple could do something so stupid
they perpetuated the stupid for over a decade
that's either commit-mnt, or stupid
would that be st. edmund of blackadder?
and a spaghetti monster flies out
but the idea of sticking all my cards/id/tickets on a phone, of whatever brand, seems pointless
cards weigh c. 12g, fault tolerant, unaffected by impact/environmental conditions that'd damage/destroy most phones, don't need charging; lose one/all and you use your phone to report it, oh. and don't need a wallet, they work fine carried naked
phones weigh a lot more, need charging, easier to damage, clumsier to handle, tend to need protection against impact/extreme environment; forget to charge it, break it, or lose it and with no cards or you it's much more likely that you're screwed
where our intrepid hero makes an emergency landing near a small village
the locals seem friendly, at first...
i'm happy to stand for the unpopular but right, over pandering to lowest common denominator mentality for the sake of popularity
the other route leads to things like donald trump and lynch mobs
oh, and i am a bastard
over idiotic twattery
i make it about 1768 billion yottacats
though it is quite early, so i may be mistaken
but either way it suggests the need for a few prefixes beyond yotta, perhaps an opportunity for el reg to lead the way?
ahhh, so over two kilograms is ok then
/assembles kilocat-equivalent kite
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