Re: 3D Printers
Recycled chocolate? No thanks,
5219 posts • joined 11 Jun 2009
Recycled chocolate? No thanks,
I is now going to build a fume cabinet for mine. Could take up chemistry as well!
Until the flue glazes shut!
I look forward to the coming storms blowing it to bits.
Optimising benchmarks is easy tho - a good optimise will remove all non-useful code and just print out the names of the test and a very small number.
I remember, while trying to teach myself C on our 780 deciding to have a crack at getting Small C up and running on it for shits and giggles as they say. Good way to learn about how computers work - and how beer does too!
but I think almost everyone on here works for people who have minimal computing experience and only escape this sort of embarrassment because people like you work for them,
The government seems happy to pay massive consultancy fees to get worse than a good hack, Social engineering on a much higher level than this.
I reckon it could be 10 or 20 years before the infrastructures of the world collapse to the point where people start realising what a good idea tax is, and then they can charge us for the privilege of re-inventing it.
so we can play whack-a-mole with any governments that look like they might be thinking this is a good idea.
NT but a replacement bus service the other way.
In space no one can hear you making meringue!
presumably they too the time to make it the red screen of death too!
and it never will be!
And if you have something better its not allowed on the net at school.
Unions could be shit in the 70s. Some of those strikes were almost as damaging as the British Management,
Brilliant idea by thatcher to stop the unions damaging business by closing those businesses.
"The frame of the gate is part of the gate and doesn't swing." No, but it certainly bounces around when the gate slams shut in a strong breeze.
I'd love to see if they could sail into the wind. Many claim you had to wait for lateen sails to do so but if you check out the Bayeaux needlework thingy those sails must have had some advantage over the standard square rigs.
I float. Fill me with a few amphorae of wine though...
Run it on the single core zero then! I have a copy of the version that was released for the Pi 'originally' and its gobsmackingly fast compared to Raspbian. It seems to run like a dream on the Zero but the apps were few and far between. I really wished someone would put the GNU developer stack on it and now it seems my dream may come true.
Ignoring trace elements is not a good idea - carbon steel is a completely different beast to iron and only has 2% carbon in it. Could easily account for the fudge!
I'd assume the one accepting the patch would have a peek at the changes and have some clue as to what is going on.
Re extending their stay up their to 500 days. Not nice to have jelly bones when you do come back though is it?
will we find an alien craft?
@spazturtle. What do you mean we didnt pay in enough to get the contribution we are demanding? The one we are legally entitled to according to the contracts we and BT signed? This is not the pensioners fault.
We had trouble with Exchange Server 4.5. I remember running some DB repair program that took 4 or 5 hours to scan the DB half a dozen times to get it into a state that Exchange Server was happy to load.
I was pissing about with some VB for some web app and discovered VB would allow you to dump a whole exchange DB and read everyone's emails and I think I could have used that to rebuild a corrupted DB better than the MS repair program but never have the courage to try it in action. Some nice reading while repairing the DB mind.
exahertz ray telescope becomes ex-ray.
Its from the play that shall not be named so pretty much anytime of year would be appropriate - except GCSEs I guess.
I can get laser gyros for toy aircraft. I'd imagine the lifetime on those could be made rather long with a little effort.
"Those 3A fused sockets are a total pain. Why can't they just use decently rated cable ?"
Accountants. That way they save £30 on the building budget. The fact the maintenance budget goes off scale is someone else's problem.
Those of use who remember nylon sheets know this to be insignificant compared with the voltage generated by a couple wrestling in a bed adorned with satans satin. An electron from one of those can hurl the human body across a room if it impinges on the nether regions!
The Young Ones would like to argue with you!
While doing the annual sums for the tax avoidance I found a receipt for a 256G card. It took me months to find it. When I had finally stopped looking for it I decided to bore the kids to death with a computing demo and found the bloody thing stuck in the back of the tv while trying to use it as an extra large monitor.
So I could have recorded the golf after all!
There's already tensorflow on the Pi and on a Pi3B+ with a heatsink it can run the 'starter' Mnist train and verify in under 10min IIRC.
I've seen a PiZero doing realtime object recognition on a pretrained model using the RaspberryPi camera.
My only objection to this addition to the AI collection is saying its somehow easier to program in than say tensorflow. I'd bet all they are doing is just pre-setting some parameters that you will want to vary later so its not really any easier than tensorflow.
And if you really want to master AI Weka takes a shit load of beating given you dont have to write a single line of code as the GUI can be used to set just about anything.
where my phone and laptop will not have any useful information on them when travelling (or even be passworded). They will be vpned back into life from my own server on arrival at a safe pub.
One of the few ways to get to Antandectica.
I'm well impressed with this old technology. My cars not keen to go anywhere if there's an unneeded bulb out.
Painful Document Format.
They're only giving them away free for the Xilinx stuff - that would be at levels where the accountancy/licensing cost probably exceed the revenue. But if they can help you get started then when you go custom they get a share of that.
I wonder if you can get 8 Arm cores and highways on a Artix7 gate array for less than a production equivalent though?
I believe you could run Unix on a Z80 with a little bit of work - this one is not Unix but shows it could probably be done http://www.symbos.de/
but we had a GEC 4000 (as used to run Prestel) and that used to fall over if there was a lightning strike within 30 miles or so. In the days before the internet people used to be impressed by our weather forecasting abilities as we'd pop out for an early lunch on a sunny day with a seemingly unnecessary coat.
I worked as a chip designer for a while and towards the end of that MBAs started imposing their 'business practices' to technology. In order to reduce static damage to chips as MOSFETS are particularly succeptable due to static from uman ands going down the lead to the chip pad onto the teeny weeny gate of a transistor the voltage resulting is inverse to the size of pad so bigger pads mean lower voltages so MBA decides minimum pad size for all chips designed here.
Now as our group was making ultra fast (for then) ECL the pad size imposed meant that our chips could not work - simply driving them at the speeds we were going at would take more current than the leads could carry! And ECL doesnt normally suffer from static problems.
It took several meetings and threats of violence before we got an 'exception' so we could make chips that would work.
but they'll still fuck it up.
Not sure but I think I may have drunk a lot of that at Uni.
Either 'I cant work out how life started on a warm wet chemical rich earth so it must have formed in cold barren space' or 'it was somehow created on another warm wet chemical rich planet and was somehow blasted into space in a way that somehow preserved the life from the massive acceleration required to do so to travel across space unaffected by radiation or time and magically land on earth without burning up in the atmosphere or suffering massive deceleration that regularly causes shocks that can shatter quarts let alone the remaining life in the missile!
then you just need a CPU that can feed it the data and a power supply that can keep it crunching. So you could probably get away with around £150 for the host PC so I'd more than halve that.
You missed the most important detail:
Something sadly missing in a lot of today's work environments,
I think this is another US myth, as is the 2 year one. The 3 weapons detonated during the war exhausted the stocks of fissile material available, The next test wasn't until July 46 by which time Russia would have probably taken over most of Europe by then as, in all honesty, Russia's weapons production had reached such phenomenal levels that there was no stopping them.
A six point plan is one point short of being able to do anything about the problem at hand. I've found that point 7) Before you start get promoted to a level where you are actually allowed to actually see all the data you will be transferring.
Nothing harder than trying to verify shifting data and associated semantics when you cannot verify that certain activities* are outside your purview.
*when I say activities this includes fiddles that people quite high up never expected to be uncovered so an addendum to point 7 would be "I dont want the whole place to close down and all my friends to lose their jobs when most of the board are locked up so a decent reference and I'll be on my way if you dont clean up your act because the next one who tries to sort your IT may not be so generous.
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