Re: Wildlife crime
Well, that sheep's buggered so we'd better arrest the guy.
5746 posts • joined 10 Jun 2009
Well, that sheep's buggered so we'd better arrest the guy.
"... in an orbit that should keep it clear of the Earth or Moon for a century or more."
Why can't they set the controls for the heart of the sun, or something?
"PETA seemingly promised her that if Naruto won the case, he could receive significant royalties ..."
That's when Naruto's Indonesian lawyer (with a contract with Naruto's thumbprint on it) will jump up and claim protective custody of the royalties money.
I think you've jumped the vulture with that one.
I followed the link, I read the details, I watched the video. I still have no idea what it is. In many ways, I'm too old to care anymore.
"... I'v used as much as 6 gigs in a month before."
Did you mean a day? My Virgin Media (UK) cable connection used to have a 2GB a day throttling limit. Now, I think it's much higher and I once downloaded 5GB in a day with no slow down.
Does anyone know how much a rebranding exercise like this costs, over the expected four years of repainting, reissuing notepaper, etc. activities?
An app for recording attendance at CPD courses? If it's important for your profession then your professional body should have that covered and dentists are a regulated and professional body. The intended 'business model' stank to high heaven anyway.
It seems to me that he was calmly and thoughtfully engaging in money laundering.
So, what sort of e-mail do I need to use?
.... I'd like to read the learned analyses of how it happened and what went wrong and why. I'm assuming that I'll still be here in a few years from now and that people will still be writing analyses for public consumption.
"Guns 'n' drugs 'n' rare orchids 'n' stuff ..."
Did they go out and get drunk, develop algorithms to break local laws, cover it up and then start harassing the researchers?
I've never been asked to present my credit card to authenticate my identity. When does this happen? Do they ask you to match the signature or something?
If you'd written the units as J.s (joule-seconds) it's easier to write and you might not have made that mistake.
"...the sliding window data leak was tolerated because it was believed only part of a key was recoverable ..."
Will all similar assumptions (not just key recovery) in security sensitive processes be revisited and rewritten?
Are Microsoft well connected in the UK civil service, the Department of Health in particular?
Furthermore, the NHS itself could have its own in-house repository for all the software it needs. This would be copied down, in a controlled manner as appropriate from Debian, Ubuntu etc. That way, if external developers go insane, the NHS could keep going.
Error ball, corner pocket.
"... it found backups of database tables in the staffer's repo."
I assume/hope that will be covered by this:
"We are auditing all our security practices ..."
"Lasers are, ideally, a concentrated stream of photons at a single frequency."
"The light waves of the laser oscillate ..."
Make your mind up. Which one is it?
But that would rapidly slow them down and so make them less 'cool' and desirable. What's needed is wireless charging via intense microwave radiation directed at the person playing with it.
"You can be sent a link, click on it and you’re in a game.”
In its purest form, gambling is redistribution of money between the players, and the house with organised gambling. In the future, will you know who the other players are and what you're actually gambling on?
Can he get into and out of the Tesla without help? For that demographic and for shopping, something more 'comfortable and practical' would be better. I'm sure they'll be developed and made eventually and be available at a comfortable and practical price.
Some newspapers (The Independent) say that it's called GoldenEye. Does anyone know where that comes from? Maybe there should be public suggestions and a vote but that would probably give us "Virus McVirusface".
She does remind me of every female horse riding instructor I ever met. (I used to go horse riding a lot.)
"Because the contracts for the XP migration were all signed years ago before 10 was avaliable."
I'm sure that the supplier of the 'upgrade' to 8.1 had no idea and could not forsee that Win 10 would be released when it was.
Many years ago when I was involved in writing a spec for a hand held 'equipment manual reader' device, using COTS, for the military, we told the customer that details of the hardware, OS and software should not be settled until a year before delivery, for obvious reasons.
I pronounce MATE as 'ma-chay' just to annoy everyone or make them worry that they've been saying it wrong.
Right ..... one of the most sensitive places of your body, a great place to cut into and insert a foreign object.
"... when we exited and identified ourself as the sheriff’s office”. After a 100-yard chase, the suspect was arrested."
Perhaps tackle him to the ground before the polite introductions? Or is this a police procedure thing?
Give me a Bitcoin administrator and a baseball bat?
The next stage in the 'war on terror' will be mandatory goverment oversight and access to Bitcoin etc. so that the miscreants can be tracked down. Does anyone know if they can already do this?
"... the first time that they will be subject to legislation on online bullying."
How does legislation work for social media providers who are not based in the UK? Who don't have any UK corporate presence? I realise that this is aimed at Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, who do have a corporate UK presence but it does seem to be legislation that could go wrong in the future.
Is that because they're moving way too fast?
This one will run and run.
GIFCAT, GIFGAT, dah dah dah dah duh duh. I sense an animated logo approaching.
"All the sites were back up and running on Monday after IT staff had earned themselves a tasty chunk of overtime."
I just noticed that. I'm not saying anything; I'm just saying.
.... they weren't all in the CC field of a single email. Were they?
"... preparing a new law that would allow authorities to decipher and read private encrypted messages."
So, this would enable them to read the encrypted attachments that real terrorists and criminals send, or the encrypted contents of any usb sticks, etc. that they manage to obtain.
"It's also coated with a little bit of built-in water resistance."
Just a splash of water resistance?
.... what that large component with the adjustment knob is? (I thought it was a lab bench gas tap at first. It's many years since I saw one or used one but the memories came flooding back.)
After you've put it into modem mode, you use 192.168.100.1 for the control panel.
They've only just started getting excited at all the things that could go wrong, and the possible consequences.
I assume that the round was supersonic for most of its path, otherwise the sound of the shot (direct path) wouldn't have taken almost the same time as the 'hit' via a parabolic path.
She started in June last year and has been absent since May this year and they are keeping quiet about her. This might mean she had a two year contract and is in delicate negotiations for its early termination. What's that? You never had a two year contract with share options and bonus payments?
Can you change it to show an eclipse over America and not Africa?
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