Also worth reading about the man who laid the cables
245 posts • joined 22 Feb 2008
Also worth reading about the man who laid the cables
Would this open any of the business to potential prosecution? If they are using a service that essentially seems to expose them to illegal data without any way to remove shouldn't they be able to break out of the contract with goggle or claim any fines they receive back from them? They wouldn't have done it intentionally but the inability of google to resolve the issue in a timely fashion shows a level of incompetence and that as a business product it is unfit for purpose.
Over tightening the bolts by not setting torque correctly causing them to sheer off when driving
They'll complain about the difficulty of complying with background checks and fire certs etc...
Then there will be some kind of fraud or abuse scandal
Then a public inquiry about how this was approved
I think they plan to run them like ski gondalas, so each "train" would be able to divert off the main track to a loading/unloading mini loop.
So he couldn't fit his cyclonic filter to the power plant itself?
none of this grilling nonsense
Fried soda bread x 2 slices
Fried eggs x 2
Fried smoked rashers x2
Fried sausages x 2
Fried black / white pudding
Baked beans - haven't found a way to fry those yet...
Pot of Barrys or Lyons
Wonder would a better route be Dublin - London ? Could also deliver freight if it took in fishguard and rosslare
Forcing the banks to support screen scraping could prevent them from fully securing their banking applications. However if screen scraping is banned they should be forced to provide a common open API that would allow 3rd parties to access banking information with a clients permission.
Could be easier at time for people to look for help with problems before they make them worse themselves.
Coming of age time for design by contract?
Have HPE ever done due diligence right? Autonomy......
Should el reg just look through their recent acquisitions for future stories
By the time its in service the F35's will have being replaced by pilotless drones
Similar thing happened last year before christmass with google blocking three ireland traffic
Why assume people receiving a basic income would be idle? Its not like the dole, you would get it whether you work or not. Therefore is would allow people to take risks and try out jobs they may have shied away from before due to fear of failure or lack of a safety net.
Red Arrows should be rushed kicking and screaming into the digital era. No longer will they be expected to fly free in the air, instead they will co-ordinate elaborate aerobatic feats from the comfort of their drone command center in Waddington.
Bitcoin for CV's and job applicants.
Use blockchain to record your previous work and education details, then through the magic of the blockchain previous employeers and education providers can verify your details and prospective employers can have greater confidence in the accuracy of your CV.
If they have a base next to the landing site it would be far easier to simply install their equipment there than mess around in the water.
It is only a matter of time before US election ads will try using the phrase
OK Google like <insert candidate> on facebook
Its probably the french employment laws that put them off
They may think twice about Ireland unless they plan on building a vast number of student apartments to go along with their campus ( though considering the rent they could collect on them this might be the appeal )
So before the internet the world was a lovely place with no extremists or terrorism or people being radicalised?
YR sauce beats HP hands down for taste, those brexiters have it all wrong.
Still looking for something as good as the original WP7 people hub, the one thing MS got right and promptly ditched...
I have never used a BB but it doesn't sound like their hub achieves the same goal of a unified messaging hub where you can aggregate messages from each contact and reply to them through your choice of IM/email in one place.
Whatever about religious objections I am surprised none of the major animal rights groups have come out against it for encouraging children to "capture" and "trap" innocent wildlife.
oh wait.... http://www.peta.org/blog/peta-pokemon-safe-zone-following-pokemon-go-release/
If your banking app creates a unique QR code for each transaction that is time limited than it would be more secure.
Bit misleading to mention the RBS outage expect possibly to highlight scale.
The outage would have happened regardless of the age or complexity of the code. It was an operational issue caused by poor lines of reporting and badly designed escalation proceedures in the outsourcing contract.
Ops are usually paid well as they work shift. I can't imagine most devs would want to work rotating graveyard shifts monitoring batch jobs for finance companies.
Tesco mobile randomly disabling phones with no notice unless people send in scans of passports.
They claim if they notice unusual behavior on a PAYG account they will disable the phone. It is having the expected results... elderly woman missing hospital appointments and others missing phone calls about job interviews.
I do not think ecigs or vaping shuld be banned but the additives should be regulated. Just because food aditives used for flavoring are safe when ingested doesn't mean they are safe when inhaled.
An extreme example would be the caramel or butter flavour Diacetyl, this was known to be harmful since the famous popcorn lung case yet still ended up in vaping juice. Self regulation doesn't work, an independent body to test additives may be required or more such cases will emerge.
There really wasn't a glut anywhere within the commuter belt. The ghost estates were confined for most part a 2 hour drive from Dublin. Any unfinised housing within Dublin was quickly finished and sold over the last 5 years.
A key part of the issue in dublin is the developers claim that they cannot sell affordable housing at a profit. The main costs they point at being government taxes and levies and the cost of land.
The land issue could be handled by opening up cheaper land to commuters through improved public transport. Or increasing the turnover of land through vacant site levies.
Many people also point to offering a temporary VAT increase to "kickstart" development or reduce development levies, though a criticism would be that woudl simply funnel money to the developers and not result in any affordable housing.
Any developer led initiative though would take some time to ramp up. A government led program of soical housing would be much quicker. Though many people would be opposed to this as they have an interested in the currrent housing shortage and its role in driving up property prices. There is also the role of NIMBYISM that causes huge delays in the planning process.
A good site for reading up on these issues is http://www.dublininquirer.com/2016/03/23/in-dublins-housing-crisis-bureaucracy/
Just as easy to shuffle the money to IOM and Channel Islands and Gibralter
Can you imagine the cost of the process for banks and customers to prove you had used an up to date system to manage the payments? Probably cheaper to pay the compensation.
Wonder are they sabotaging their own program to encourage the use of drones?
I have yet to see an easy to use subscription alternative to ads. I am aware there are a few services that operate on a pay per article model but none that would offer an all you can eat bundle for various sites/papers. I guess it would be too much like co-operating with your competitor to them.
when it goes 64bit in v4 or 5 itll be quite competitive with most sff pc's
Did their study compare pubs to sports clubs/community groups/hobby groups/ etc.... generally any other sort of social interactions?
I like pubs, but I like good science too.
I'd like to know why I am required to file spreadsheets for changes too but one does not questions the lords and masters of "change management" where everything must pass through and get rejected 3 times before ending up with the implementation team.
I work in a large multinational and use Remedy ITSM, however they have not put any resources into the product and use it basically straight out of the box. It is quite painful as you end up working around the system and attaching endless emails and spreadsheet forms to each ticket/request/change
Larger orgainisations can be very conservative to change and commiting to spending on products such as these.
Wonder would it be possible to improve on the control and reaction time of a bot by using some of of autopilot system?
I am waiting for some politicians to spout out how these sales jobs are actually IT jobs.......
Phone looks enormous, while the battery life appears great I still don't understand why there are not more high end phones that would comfortably fit in a jeans pocket around the 4.5" range
No adventuring across a desert for them so.
Another issue with building such droids is the power requirements. Battery technology still leaves a lot to be desired and such bots would spend quite a lot of time charging.
Wonder what will happen when during a rain storm passers by get randomly drenched by wind driven rain bouncing off the walls?
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Considering how quick google are to kill other products that don't make money even if users enjoy and use them I gather that g+ must actually generate some income?
My dreams of Space Piracy live on!!
Would this not be lethal is aimed at someone with a pacemaker or other medical device?
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