Return to the 70s
That looks an awful lot like a moon buggy, I had a toy one as a kid. With the plans I can now build my own, who knows, today my back yard, tommorrow the moon.......
(Cmon a man has to dream as well you know)
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Mein Kampf is an insight into who the man was, whether he was a devil or an angel is irrelevant, it is, and should remain an important part of history. ( Those who ignore the past are more likely to repeat it)
The question that should arise is "WHY" an increasing amount of people become interested.
Also, I think it would be a worse thing if there was no longer any interest in this kind of literature.
MS's strongpoint was the desktop.
Nokia's strongpoint was the Cellphone.
The public at large, don't care about either anymore, so MS + Nokia have nothing really left to offer in this market. Neither of them offer any "streetcred" which is what people want/need ( Yes, it's pathetic but that is the result of endless years of adverstising).
MS + Nokia + Smartphone market = A drowning horse flailing about in a sea of modicum...
It still won't entice me to buy a Television ( or a huge screen).
What's needed is quality films not quality screens.
4K should have been named 4C whereby C = consumerism. .....
Do people really feel "immersed" just because of the size of the screen ? Even at the cinema I don't get that impression.
I just received a XPS11 this morning, lovely little machine, the touch screen makes W8 usable BUT the price is nowhere near the £300, more like 5 times that price.
The machines in this article should not be confused with the XPS laptops which are in a different ballpark.
Can someone please define privacy before getting involved in a debate.
Is it the right to remain anonymous whilst doing something legal.
Is it the right to remain anonymous whilst doing something illegal.
The NSA, GCHQ are doing what they have always done, it just seems that now most people actually hand them their details on a plate. You want Facebook et al to remain free, Ok no problem but there is a price to pay.
The internet does not force you to do anything that you don't want to do. If you want privacy; don't do anything in public. The internet is after all very much a public affair..
This is a debate that could go on for ever but at the end of the day each person is responsable for his own acts.
Macbooks look great but they are expensive, most consumers don't understand RAM, SSD, GHz, Pixels etc all they understand is the end price. Either they can afford it or they can't. There really is not a lot more to understand.
The fanbois can argue until they are blue in the face about "intrinsic value" but they don't foot the bill for Joe Punter.
Macbooks don't offer anything of value to the average punter......Proof of the pudding lies in the fact that they will buy iPhones and Tablets ( Samsung or Apple), within which they will find all that they truly require, media consumption and facebook....
CM is not a threat, why, because it relies on Google's code. CM does not write everything from scratch, they "extend" existing code.
If anything CM actually helps Google by showing what can be improved, modded to a better level or optimised.
CM is not perfect but it is good.
They only downside that I now see though is that they will no longer have to fight like hungry men in order to survive, I am worried that they will start behaving like round bellied managers. Only the future can tell.
Mea culpa, I read the article too quickly. What I dont understand is how the malware gets there in the first place ( hence the bad presumption of clicking a link within an email - quite typically it's thru email )
In fact I just realised the article doesn't mention at all how the malware gets to its target.
If I had to wake up every morning, try to save the world, risk getting my balls slapped with a heavy knotted rope, suffer jet lag permanently, endlessly watch my favorite lovely lady getting fed to the lions etc I would probably be on drugs, slightly alcoholic and probably have a very bad attitude..
James Bond actually fares quite well considering the odds.
The yanks got men that wear capes and spandex, we were lucky and got James Bond.....
Long live Bond, James Bond
If these guys declare revenue, then I presume that they will have to pay taxes, what happens should they make a declaration when bitcoin is worth $4000, receive their tax bill, then bitcoin drops down to £200 dollars just before they make their payment?
Due to the volatile nature of Bitcoins, I would consider it an extremely risky means by which to get paid or make any kind os declaration.
Would it not be safer to wait until some stability can be ensured ?
Like the Stock market some people will make money with bitcoins but the majority will end up losing.
If it's in the cloud, I don't see how's it possible to retain any form of garauntee.
A cracker requires time before he cracks your code.
Give a safecracker time and he will enter your safe.
The cloud is the element of "time" that is required for the <insert agency/pirate here> to be successfull in pwning your data.
Microsoft has reached it's critical mass, the company should be split into independant entities, each entity with it's own CEO.
Entities : Server and business tools + cloudy stuff, Home platforms + Phones , Applications ( Office ), Gaming and Hardware.
Each entity should remain independant but remain within a commonly shared objective.
I would suggest that One (Wo)Man to Rule them All is no longer valid, the risk for not doing so: implosion..
Tim Cook was even worse, he tried to "emulate" steve by wearing the jeans and the turtlenecks.... Steve was bad enough with his haircuts etc but it is even worse that someone would want to copy the whole look.
Windows/DOS = Variation of *nix with nicer desktop ( debateable with TIKAM).
MacOs = Variation of *nix with nicer desktop.
Android = Variation of *nix with nicer desktop.
Digital/Dec Vax = A true outsider.
Therefore MacOs, Android and Windows are step brothers/sisters.
Send these guys to Afghanistan immediately, if nothing else the Taliban and the soldiers would have a good laugh and maybe put an end to that stupid war.
Would need to swap the bacon for something else though...
Great project, works well , done with humor. Well done guys you have managed to tick off all the correct boxes.
Does this mean that the music industry et al will begin publishing massive increases in their sales figures, somehow I think not.
Rather than spending time and effort chasing the TPB, why not simply start producing quality music....instead of the plastic cheese attempts that we hear today...
I consider the Black Swan as being the unforseen and pathetic handling of the event by NESTA. NESTA appears to have had excellent goals and ideas and also to have been an ideal path to choose. Unfortunately for Fentem is didn't work out that way.
If Fentem has known in advance about how his case was going to be handled he would have probably attempted to achieve his funding from another source.
This article is actually guite a good example of how Nissam Taleb's Black Swan theory is actually appropriate within contemporary societey. In this context we have the Black Swan personified by the quangos....
Success, as he wrote elsewhere in his book, has very little to do with actual logic, technical marvel or genuis level strategies it has far more to do with "pure chance" than anything else.
PS :Thumbs up for the article, it is an interesting insight into what goes on behind the scenes of what should/could produce some interesting ideas/technology.
Upon reading that webpage it appears that they do not know how to tackle the problem !
The concrete goals of the air pollution control plan are not clear, though Zhang Gong, deputy mayor of Beijing, has previously said that the central government requires his city to cut levels of PM2.5 (particulate matter up to 2.5µm in diameter) by 25% by 2017, compared with 2012.
‘While it is very necessary to increase efforts, more research should be done to support policies. Up until now, we still do not know exactly which factors are causing smog in Beijing,’ Ye tells Chemistry World.
Several years ago, Great Britain funded a study to determine why the head on a mans’ penis is larger than the shaft.
The study took two years and cost over $1.2 million.
The study concluded that the reason the head of a man’s penis is larger than the shaft was to provide the man with more pleasure during sex.
After the results were published, France decided to conduct their own study on the same subject.
They were convinced that the results of the British study was incorrect.
After three years of research at a cost of in excess of $2 million, the French researchers concluded that the head of a man’s penis is larger than the shaft to provide the woman with more pleasure during sex.
When the results of the French study were released, Australia decided to conduct their own study.
The Aussies didnt really trust British or French studies.
So, after nearly three hours of intensive research and a cost of right around $75.00 ( 3 cases of beer), the Aussie study was complete.
They concluded that the reason the head on a man’s penis is larger than the shaft is to prevent your hand from flying off and hitting you in the forehead
[Joke hopelessly ripped from here]
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