Re: do not enter the hypen!
Credit card numbers are up to 19 digits, although I'll admit that most uk ones are 16
124 posts • joined 8 May 2008
Credit card numbers are up to 19 digits, although I'll admit that most uk ones are 16
Jira is pretty good, and bitbucket is fine. Bamboo I've found frustrating as you can't prioritise certain builds, or trigger builds by a pull request being created. Fisheye/crucible is pretty terrible, it's very hard to get it to do anything and the UI is really confusing.
But there are very basic, popular feature requests being ignored, e.g. http://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWSERVER-9167
I'm afraid it's all true. Nothing to do with the NHS (benefits are handled by a different government department) but yes there are countless stories of atos assessors writing stuff in reports without asking the interviewee or having any way to know.
The other bit of stupidity - this is costing more than it saves.
Someone is doing very well out of it.
And to "United" right now...
That's my password too. Works well with speech to text.
This is where keepass works well. I can have a keyfile that I manually install on the devices I want to have access as a one time action (never stored in the cloud). So the file in dropbox is useless without both that key file and my password. But if I add a password on my phone it syncs to my desktop.
He could have assumed Kate was short for Bob
Rare that amanfrommars is one of the more sensible posts on a topic...
ODFO to those denying harassment is a problem
You'll enjoy it. But trust me you'll need tissues.
I agree completely - something that gives you some detail on the other end of the account before you click yes. E.g. "Please confirm you want to send money to Bodgeit and Scarper builders". If you send money via mobile phone to someone's number, you get that.
If the owner of the account doesn't match what you're expecting, it gives you a 2nd thought. And if the scammers are going as far as getting the name to match the company they're impersonating, it's an extra thing where the bank ought to pick them up on it.
On the other hand, I can see the argument that he's taking one for the team here. He doesn't need to care about rocking the boat - if he gets black listed, so what - but if it's proven that the accounting practices were shady it makes it easier for "the little guy" to get their shares as well.
I don't know for certain that he's got good intentions here, but I do know that the people he's taking on don't...
The mobile site doesn't have a way to get to the article comments. The comments are a big part of the appeal of the site, please link to them from the mobile site
... that The Register will finally support HTTPS?
He had a real way with words and a sense of humour. One of the reasons I kept coming back here. My condolences to his family. You don't need telling that he was a top bloke, but I hope it helps a little to know that lots of us saw that too.
So long and thanks for all the fish.
If it means that the computer thinks all its certificates have expired, it can refuse to connect to other machines - so it's potentially able to take down a server. Think ransom attack rather than stealing credit cards.
Well written. You cut through all the bullshit and that's why I come here. Keep biting the hand that feeds IT.
Really sorry for your loss.
Three's won't work on dual sim phones. I assume someone hardcoded something. Grr
Only if that account has connected to that PC before. Try a new private browsing window.
Frequently I disagreed with him - but working out why was part of the fun. If you aren't prepared to be challenged then the Sun is that way ->
She is also awesome in Green Wing, which is (I think) available from Channel 4 on demand (or whatever they call it these days).
Or alternatively they did it in their youth and the questions didn't specify a time. (I can imagine that back then it was more common than now as sex before marriage was more frownrd upon)
Are you asking if she had his Waddon?
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means
If statutory holiday was reduced then the people at the bottom of the pile would be exploited - since there are some overheads to having more employees doing doing the same number of total hours, it's cheaper to have fewer people doing longer hours, so companies will push for it. Those who are skilled (like most Register readers) have flexibility here so can insist on better terms, but the people at the bottom of the pile will get exploited, and that's not a society I want to live in.
There are possibly also other benefits that are harder to measure - ensuring people have some time off will benefit their health and so reduce the drain on the nhs/incapacity benefit in the future.
That said more flexibility is useful. My current company ignores bank holidays- you get an equivalent amount of annual leave, you can take it on the bank holidays or at another time, great for taking time off when it's cheaper to go on holiday. My previous one let you buy or sell up to to a week of leave (although when when I went to buy some they looked at me surprised as they were so used to people being overworked and selling some of their leave)
I disagree with the article, but it's good to be challenged as to why I do, more of this sort of thing.
"That plan was derailed by a request to visit a new plant because the CEO would be there."
... wait, what? Why on earth did someone think that was a useful use of your time?
I'm not calling you a liar, but I am trying to understand the logic that goes "We need you to go out and fix this server ASAP.... but first go on a site visit you're blatantly not needed for since you happen to be passing"
Interesting as ever.
Was hoping you would go more into the detail of how British Rail got broken up into its current structure, and how there the government keeps dictating what can be done, how many and what type of trains can be bought... it seems like there we have the worst possible structure. ROSCOs that own the trains budget their leasing costs to pay back the purchase price over 5 years of a projected 30 year life, and then happily take the profits for the rest - and the TOCs can't shop around as they don't have the freedom. That's what angers me, thst we have a combination of all the bad bits of privatisation with all of the bad bits of government ownership.
Or read the article and infer from what's there. Or get on with your life without posting silly comments.
There's an Ericsson phone there! (with the flip)
Video autoplayed no my phone. Stop it! The rest of my train didn't need to hear that
See the book "The Martian" by Andy Weir for a discussion of this as part of a great sci-fi novel. Definitely worth a read!
The EU has given us a lot of things that may not show up on the economic radar but make a difference to people. E.g. the EU is big enough to force airlines to pay compensation for late/cancelled flights. Good luck forcing that through as a country on your own.
Also remember the original reaaon for the EU, avoiding war. I worry that if it breaks up then a decade or 2 later someone will have a pop. That scares me more than many other things.
Hopefully "Password1" is "complicated password number 1 from the list you have to memorise and not write down" rather than literally "Password1"
> Remember your body is a temple.
I have the body of a god.
Unfortunately it's Buddha
You are frying both the potatoes and the onions, before adding the egg?
Might have to try this.
... I heard it was a floating point error
This is a good time to mention that I like the way that the article authors often join in the comments.
My gopro already comes with wifi-handy to connect to a tablet and review on a bigger screen.
I put up without AdBlockPlus for a while (websites have to pay their costs) - until I had too many ads with autoplaying video and audio; that is not on. Even worse than the horrible ones that expand as you're reading down the page. AdBlockPlus is back and helps a lot.
So sorry those who want to advertise; a few of you have ruined it for the rest of you.
And they wonder why there's a hard push back to any game experience that requires servers to work...
A bigger issue with flushing cat poo and litter is that a parasite in it can survove the sewage treatment process and go on to harm pregnant women - see http://www.floppycats.com/cat-feces-flushing-a-bad-thing.html
the driver had been arrested, shortly after the incident, on suspicion of operating the vehicle while under the influence.
Under the influence of what? I'm assuming alcohol, but this is the USA so could well be demonic forces...
I wanted to change the address on my driving licence. I went through all of their hoops online-passport number, national insurance, previous addresses (although it insisted that one of the places I lived didn't exist, nor did its postcode - it's been there 500 years)
Then you have to enter a number offf the photocard, and one off the counterpart. After 3 attempts the it kept claiming I was entering the wrong numbers, then said you've made too many mistskes, you need to pay for a lost one.
So I posted it instead!
Are you sure it was bling that caused this, and not that the local chief/hardman got to have his way with all the women against their wills?
What does that headline actually mean? How in any sense are these cracks near the Earth's core? Yes they go 20km down, but that really isn't significant. It is like saying Wales is near the USA because from the perspective of England they're in the same direction!
The story is interesting enough without that. These lying headlines make me distrust the rest of the article.
Frankly that sort of pedantry makes me [sic]
Bring Your Own Dad could have been fun; we find out the BOFH's dad was an even older school BOFH and they have some father son bonding, cooking beancounters on a campfire.
... if they had put in wireless charging so that most of the time you would use that.
But I wouldn't buy one - even if most of the time you don't need those ports it's a real pain if one day you do and have to pay masses for an adaptor.
In the "More from The Register" section underneath the article, there are 6 articles linked.
See if you can spot a common theme in the titles...
* Adobe finds, patches ANOTHER exploited Flash 0day
* Still using Adobe Flash? Oh well, get updating: 15 hijack flaws patched
* Adobe and software pals haul Forever 21 to court over piracy allegations
* Critical Adobe Reader and Acrobat patches FINALLY make it out
* Another day, yet another emergency Adobe Flash patch. Because that's how we live now
* Adobe swallows Aviary, hopes to stuff Creative Cloud into mobes
(Well, 4 of them anyway)
Where is BOFH?
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