Of coure you are not bad just inproveing business efficency.
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... that every device maker will have to put Apples source in evey peice of hardware just so the fanboyz can use their iPhone to change channels.
Wake up TV,Audio and settop box makers of the world and produce a standard for this now before its too late. The alternative is to eate Apple crowle for the rest of eternaty as you pay what ether Apple wants to charge to have their source in your hardware!
Having seen the plans to give IOC members their own lanes (so they can stay in Park Lane hotels) on Londons congested roads, I think I may be using that logo a lot. The roads in the Westminster area are so congested Westminster Council has had to controll the number of motor bikes comuting to the area by charging them to park at the road side!
Just emagin how bad public transport is going to be with all the the people coming to see the games and like the IOC members rushing to the shops in the west end after.
If I am working in central London during the games I will be looking to take a holiday and go anywhere as long as it is out of London. I also think the road system is going to be at a stand still in the run up to the games as they still the roads to make express lanes for IOC members. We will also have to see how quickly they return the lanes to normal use after the games.
They wanted a legacy from the 2012 games and I think their will be one, no one in London will want to host the games for generations to come!
.. we have exactly what the government wanted to give students. A kick up the arse for being a burden on society.
The government knew this system would not work but went ahead any way and this will continue into next year with SLC making a minimal investment in the extra staff needed (if the original setup had worked) to process the additional work they can expect, while claiming to have made a significant investment in staff.
Shame SLC where not in charge of the replacement expences scam which sprang seamlessly into being when the old scam was exposed. If that had happened we would have saved a shed load of cach as PM's strugeld to get their snowts in the new trouth.
If you want to stop this now is the time. Stop using the internet, at least at home. I know its quicker but do you need it? Start telling authoraties to shove it we want paper, at least at home and businesses will follow. You have all the power but those in authoraty think they have the power to keep you in slavery, so tell them no, no more crap no more internet. If they get told no by enough people they will have to listern. If you refuse to do business online businesses will have to listern and they will start to pull internet support. The thing is to get organised. If you dowt this will happen look at what happened when thousands of Londons motor bikers came together on NoToBikeParkingFees.com. Don't forget a lot of people have internet access at work so they could drop it at home and save a bundel of cash!
Anyony fancy an Internet free month? Just say no to the Internet at home for a month and see how they like it. That will put the wind up them. OK the ISP's will still get payed but it will focus their minds on what a world without home use would mean to the bottom line. We the users hold all the real power not some poxy Euro crap government.
If you zap electrinics indiscriminatly you could still kill the occupants if they are say fitted with a pace maker and this could render the device unusaable perticuly if the the person with a pace maker is also a hostage.
Then there is the problem of happens to a modern car when the electrics shut down. Loss of stearing brakes etc. could be as bad shooting the engin in terms of risk to the occupants.
I also suspect that shooting the engin of a moving car while moving your self is more of an art than a science.
If he gets sent to the US he will not be given the same rights as a US citizan. The US has shown what it thinks of none US subjects with a little camp in a Cuban bay. He can expect a show trial and the rest of his life in prison on a set of drempt up charges that will make him look like a master criminal rarther than a minor hacker.
I think he will be used as a scape goat to hide the real failings of those in charge of US security.
You ARE slaves. Given to the government at birth by your perants in exchange for a faximaly of a birth certificate.
So stop complaining IPS are just pionting out the facts of life.
I suspect you even think you own vehicals. If thats the case why do they give you a V5 with your name and address on it as the registerd keeper and not the owner?
And while we are on the subject the V5 is a grant of use, not to you the man or woman who paied for the vehical but the fictional legal personality that is MR/MRS X at Y address.
If you don't beleve me look up John Harris on youtube and he will explain the law far better than I can.
Did I not here a report that sead that this tech. would not have spotted the Christmass bomb attemt?
It's also nice to see that the EU thinks its not a problem if our privacy is invaided but totaly unacceptable to invaide MEP's privacy.
As usual one rule for them and one for us.
I have posted about this before but the idea of a copasitor to take the charge quickly and a battery to store it in the long term is a very good idea as it means that the charge times are reduced to minuets.
This could then mean that milions of mobile phones are charged only for as long needed rarther than overnight. This could save a lot of CO2 being waisted as the phone charger sits trying to top up the phones battery all night when it only needed charging for say 3 hours.
This could also mean that electric cars can top up at petrol stations, rarther than having to spend the entire day in a special car parking bay with a charge post. They would have to come up with the electric equiverlant to a liter petrol can, but when they do they can sell them though the petrol garage.
I still think that the best way to store power is the form of compressed air, at least for cars. This is because you can sore the compressed air for as long as you like , compressed air tanks are easy to produce from plastic and they are llightweight.
Depends on the size of the carrot and the size of sick. I also live in a small falt and don't want to woken up by my washing machine starting and stopping at times that sute the lecy company thank you very much.
So I suppose I will have to get used to paying through the nose for my lecy! Any one know where I can generator? I aso live in a block of flats so a solor cell is useless before someone comes up with that idea.
What my mother thinks of punch cards having worked on a punch card fead accounts computer is not prinerbal here. Needless to say having spent many a day feeding clearing and then refeeding punch cards, she still thinks compuer is a four letter word. Sorry but I don't know which system she would have been useing.
I think that we don't have to wory to much about this as it is yet another Government wet dream of an IT project which like all the rest will cost sevral times as much as initialy cost quoted, most of the money will not be unaccountable for and the end result will be useless. Well that is if they follow the useuall patten.
I don't the last time the world trusted a Govenment with this kind of power was the National Soccialists in 1930's Germany and we all know where that ended up. As for trusting the Conservative party I don't. The Conservatives where supposed to give as referndom on Europe but gone back on that.
This is a Blatent attempt to MAKE the ID sceame conpolsary if you want a drink, and as others have seen that will only be the start.
You may not beleve it but it's still not to late to protest against being charged to park on the street. After all Westinster Council (who started charging cars first back in the 50's) have just started charging motor bikes, but they are putting up a fight see www.NoToBikeParkingFees.com. So if you want to park a car without paying through the nose see how the bikeers are causing trouble and follow sute. By the way in over a year of demonstrations we haven't even had one person cautioned. A very British demonstration I know but one that is working.
Now don't get me wrong I still want street marking and CEO's to enforce them but we don't need to pay to park in order to pay for either as proved by the statement that 70% of a parking ticket goes to the ticketing company and 25% to the council.
The Exetor to saltash rail used to pulled along a vacume tube, with pumping stations along the way to provide the vacume. What if the train creates the vacume in an overhead monorail and the train is lifted inside the same tube on a cusion of air.
I like the idear solor panels over the railway to provide the power for the train. I hope the train is not out after dark!
So what’s the range and what’s the charge time?
I have been campaigning for free parking for motor bikes in Westminster since they started their experiment over a year ago see NoToBikeParkingFees.com. One of the arguments against just providing enough parking for bikes was that there is too much pressure on kerb side space in Westminster, yet both Westminster council and Boris Johnson want to introduce more electric vehicle’s. Both see the political mileage in this and both want to get into the personal vehicle market, no doubt for the money to be made. The electric car is a joke when it comes to recharging though and needs to be recharged at the side of the road to make it viable so you need charge points which is fine until more people change to electric and every car space needs a charge point! The only viable alternative to petrol is a source of power that can use the existing petrol stations.
There are a lot of alternatives but so far the best idea I have seen is compressed air http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dq8aZVLpf-c . Compressed air sounds odd until you realise that a car engine is an internal combustion engine that just compresses the air in the cylinder. This system uses compressed air which can be compressed at the petrol station using electricity; you have to get power from somewhere. Charge times as shown in the video 3 minuets, so time to go and pay for the compressor and electricity, as you would for petrol. The only question is the type of engine. Lastly the compressed air cylinder technology exists but you would need to come up with a standard fill connection.
Well that’s put the would to rights mines a pint.
It seems that manufacturers of cars fit seat belts so are we arguing that Microsoft and all have secure OS'es tostart with?
Personaly I thing whe analogy is bad because people are genrally not looking for ways to brake seat belts but they are constantly changing the way they attack PC's on the internet.
Where is the evidence that slime out performs solor pannels?
What is achiveable now?
If slime is more efficient then by what percent?
Are there any sudies into this tech.?
Basicly this is blue sky thinking, not that that is a bad idea but it would have been better to relise it with solid facts and tests to back it up.
One ferther question why do you neeed air circulation around a sealed unit?
So what if the data center is airbourn say an airship? Commuting may be a bit intresting but planed in advance no more of a problem than commuting to an oil rig. If the Airship was off shore abouve most of the cloud and solor powerd it could sit in international waters and beam data back ond forth.
.. may be the answer but it may not. First off their is the question of what is the ground under the box. Most streets are full of pipes and wires. secondly their is the problem of what goes in the bottom of the cabinet. Thirdly their is the question of how you maintain that which is in the bottom of the cabinet. Having sead this I dont know why they cant lie the cabinet on its side. 1.8 meters is very tall! There is also a coserted effort to reduce street architecture so I simpavise with the residents on this.
I think the church has the right aprouch. That is to decide on a case by case basis. If as the photo in the artical showes you can't see the areial and the perishoners don't object to much why not put areals on churches? We live with the radiation for better or worse anyway so the only objection would be being eraiated when in church which for most of us would be never.
On the issue of usefulness I recall a posting I have made on another article. If we have one point of verification we have one point the criminals will attack. History has shown that when there is a signal point of security people always focus on that. If you don't know what I mean just think for a moment how popular Windows software is for attacks.
Before we all start thinking of complex ways to undermine the ID card you may like to think about how secure pay by phone parking is?
I like most thought that sending a message to pay by text would possibly be exploited by some sophisticated blue tooth technique but in a recent programme of the real hustle all the con men did was put up a fake sign with their text number on it. They could not even be bothered with answering the phone! Instead they got the marks to send their credit card details by text only. Of course people complied with the request on the official looking post, because we are socially conditioned to accept road side notices.
So before you text think! Is that the right number?
The lesson is that no system will remain secure for long if the reward for braking it is high enough, so lets scrap this now.
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