That was the work of Bill Tutte on the reverse engineering of Lorenz. Boggles the mind how they worked that one out.
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I haven't looked in detail at them but the github build has companionApp samples directories for Android and iOS as well as the Pi java version, so could be that they have.
Button is annoying but that is only sample code. No reason you can't trigger it with something else connected to the Pi with a bit of development.
Bit concerned that the 'Join her' link implies that if you raise enough sponsorship then your travel and expenses costs for the exhibition are covered. Surely it would be better for people just to donate to the museum rather than paying for someone's holiday?
Hopefully I'm wrong and all the costs are being met elsewhere, but it would be good for that to be clarified.
According to the Census website
"Census day is Sunday 27 March. Your answers should be about your household on this day. Please submit or return your completed questionnaire before, on or after this date."
So, whenever you like then basically...
Followed the feed briefly but if all you're going to do is just tweet new page headlines then RSS is a better way of getting updates, it's just clutter on the Twitter page.
I'd suggest either have someone responding to questions/comments about the reviews or adding extra content, otherwise it's not worth you bothering with.
It seems rather harsh to judge this woman as an idiot just because she doesn't understand the difference between Linux and Windows. I'd suggest that the majority of people if not selected from a poll on the internet wouldn't either. To many, computer = windows as that's all they've ever used.
Yes, Linux can do most things better but it's still not going to be able to cope with you putting in Windows software and 'just working' which is what she was expecting to happen. Not everyone is comfortable with computers - they are still a scary alien thing where hitting the wrong key will break the internet. That doesn't make them idiots.
Ok, she was trying to learn more about how they work from a course which was probably very application-centric and was based on Windows. That seems like the best place to start to me for using applications so why not. Once you've gained in confidence then you can start exploring options like Linux, but why make life more complicated initially. If someone wanted to learn to drive in an automatic are they an idiot for not demanding a manual?
I'd put the blame on the Dell technical support person personally. She phoned them to ask for a replacement and was told by the 'technical authority' that she didn't need one as what she had was better. In her case, it clearly wasn't.
(Oh, and you're all n00bs coz OS X is the only l33t OS anyway :-P )
The link to the Westminster Hall discussion in the article seems to link to a debate on the Stern report on Climate Change - at least I hope it does. I really don't want to have to interpret remarks such as:
Mr. Lilley: It is for only one variety of groundnuts. There is another variety for which a 15 per cent. improvement will be produced.
in the context of inappropriate internet content...
Perhaps you intended to link to http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200708/cmhansrd/cm081113/halltext/81113h0001.htm ?
"After answering part of the request the broadcaster refused to give further details because if it did so it would damage the public's perception of the effectiveness of TV detector vans."
Isn't that just going to achieve the very thing that they were trying to avoid?
"We can't tell you that they're just full of old wire clothes hangers and cardboard boxes, because then you'd think they don't work..."
They'd probably attract more cash if they made it easier to send them money,
"How to join the Friends
Simply download the Friends of Bletchley Park application form, complete and return to us either by post or by fax on +44 (0) 1908 272666."
Post or Fax? I know the technology was limited in the 1940s but the world has moved on a bit since then!
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