Re: Typical USA Corporate
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It's finger-licking good?
It's like chemo has been successfully applied.
Next: disallow IPv4. Only IPv6 allowed here, so soorrreeee...
You mean the bizarrotardo button that is "powered by Telefonica" (who?) that invites you to "Start a conversation" or WebRTC?
I joked with Microsoft that the release would include manga wallpaper. After all, that reflects the Insiders' tastes pretty well.
I hate to say it, but ALL of the tech is determined by the "Insiders". The fact that a "Start Button" has become lore and part of the expectation does not mean it comes from "Outsiders" or is a good idea.
Yup. It's not like there are any unsolved mysteries of computation locked up in there. Into the trash it goes!
Why doesn't the BND add selectors for Trojans and send those to the NSA, who will analyze them and then warn of an intrusion
In which part of the multiverse would this actually work? How can you select for Trojans, why would the NSA analyze them and why would it warn anyone of anything?
So, unless you use WSUS your are assumed to be in a crappy consumer setting feeding on consumer shit (like, I suppose, Windows) and addies can be pushed into your face?
Great marketing logic.
...for a free WIndows upgrade NAOW.
Who had that brilliant idea? Difficult-to-distinguish from badware and inappropriate in a business setting.
Probably a hit by Assad. Bomb Syria now!
Because suggesting that the aircraft was at fault might impact the manufacturer's profitablilty which would put the defence of the realm (and jobs in a marginal constituency) at risk.
I hate to bring this message but some Yuropean countries have the hots for their "friend's" F-35, so your "risk" is already in the intestinal zone.
Evidence, transparency, proper legal procedure.
You know, nowadays you can actually *copy* black box contents while maintaining evidence, transparency and proper legal procedure and getting the engineers to work.
Not really and the Osprey has some problems due to physics which are only software-fixable in games.
software properly installed would have been built in on boot
Checksums don't work for every problem. Wrong units (pound vs. kg) and configuration with off-by-one errors in the engine serial numbers come to mind.
like pyramids and huge chatedrals lets not forget that most of it was built by "slave" labor.
LOLNO. And there is no need for "scare" quotes either.
Until it drops its cloak and takes off for Vega, all the sides are equally well potemkin'ed.
If it has a chotic orbit, is there any explanation for why it hasn't drifted off into interplanetary space or dropped onto Saturn expect the evident postselection explanations ("it just managed to stay in the neighborhood with no reason, otherwise we would not be talking about it"
The Entrepreneurial State
I opened it then closed it.
It's total, utter crap and totally at odds with anything real and what I encounter around me. Or with common sense. The author must be pissing from high up the ivory tower.
Indeed, as Keynes noted, it is the publicly funded organisations of the state that have the animal spirits.
Keynes was also one of those people that manage to actually NEVER be right about anything. But he managed to lather his writings into so much high-falutin bullshit that politicians and academics alike could reasonably claim that reasonable policy was being described, and thus could follow their instincts to generate free money. Which brings us to today's neverending economic meltdown.
It's like "Jackass", only with robots!
Also, in the video:
"Researchers have developed new algrothims to autonomously jump over obstacles"
Looks like MotR (Machines on the Rise) have already managed to put LSD into the water cooler in a breakout bid, then?
"These are the wrong trousers, Grabit!"
> small and medium business
I thought Bayonetta was all legs, penetrating sights and something like Aikido with guns?
I vaguely remember the original Nintendo stuff release dates (back in the early 90s) were kept totally secret because had they been known, Yakuza thugs would have robbed a few trucks bringing the cartridges to the retailers. Nothing has changed.
"Surging Dollar Value"
Nice euphemism for "EURO reaching the shitter faster".
No. There seems to be a bizarro trend to produce devices that are high-tech and extremely
gaia-rapingcapital intensive but then avoid going the last mile so that an awkward contraption can be manually assembled with bits of 100% natural products by low-skilled but non-alienated workers.
I don't know why either, but there you are.
Happens all day, every day in the carpeted halls of management.
(robocontroller): "This pass is not acceptable, dear [visitor]. Failure to comply with Google House rules will mean you get fully doxed and your search history goes to pastebin. Please comply with the Google House rules within 10 seconds. Nine... eight... "
(sweating journo shows original pass)
"seven ... six ..."
(google engineer) "Err.... I think we might have a problem here...."
I would hate to see what the offspring of psychotic bureaucrats and Google efficiency, coupled to the FEMA trailers, would look like.
And thats your defense for publishing it?
Hey, Obama, don't you have a snooper's charter to push through Congress ?
InB4: "Beware the Nam-shub of Enki"
> Enacting Big Brother, supporting tax evasion,
Yah no, your worldview is at loggerheads with itself.
You forgot: sound
And as usual, a lady in red was involved in the compromise.
It's WASPish suburban dinotopia!
So which is the single non-ignored one?
(had to be said)
Better shut up.
Steve Jobs is a "marketing person" as hard as they come. The producer was The Other Steve. Maybe Jobs' bigger-than-others' sociopathy made him a winner.
"as far as reasonably practical" - Who gets to define "reasonably"? The shareholders?
I'm sorry, shareholder companies don't work that way.
It's the safety assurance people. Who put up a recommendation to the board. Who then decides.Which then goes into the minutes. If the regulator is ok with that, cool.
That sounds like no increase, ie continue to under-invest.
Who gets to define "under-invest"? Retards in forums?
I'd prefer if safety in the air wasn't a "for profit" activity
Enjoy your soviet-era bare-knuckles flights.
You seem to follow the low-brow "Marxist" view of what shareholding is all about and how investment works.
Please upgrade to IQ 75.
Also, saying that "investment was not as high as expected" could just mean that someone decided that things were good enough and didn't want to go for gold-plating or that traction could not be achieved because projects went slower than expected. Simples.
can't figure out how to move an excess of CO2 and heat some place less harmful
Or they could just simply widen the planet's orbit.
Is that a nuclear fireball over the Tomorrowland Tower?
It must be a practical joke, like the "axle-mounted rotative device to support linear movement of goods" patent (or whatever it was called) to just troll the USPTO for the doofus club it is.
They also work differently.
You wear tin foil hat => You get carried off
You don't wear sheeple hat => You get carried off
Would that be a no-win, no-fee grue?
Only tard who haven't realized that taxes ARE exploitation are paying attention to those kinds of things.
> the epoch of historic money printing
> that bit of extra interest
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