* Posts by Denarius

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As South Australia blacked out, PM's office was told renewable power was not to blame

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Missing the conflict in ideologies again

So Oz and other western countries have multiple versions of governments over the last 20 years plus who have explained the need to sell of public assets to private sectors for efficiency, causing poorer services and much higher prices generally. In Oz at least, pressure has been placed on primary producer associations that historically have mitigated the price taking economics of primary producers for better efficiencies. This caused massive exploitation of producers, like dairy. No wonder the Ag sector is described as agrarian socialists. A very rational position if one is up against a multinational mega-corp sending out bills for 6 figures wanting money from their suppliers. In short, free market rules.

However for energy, the market is being deliberately distorted to make energy much more expensive. I would have time to at least half listen if the OMG, we are all gonna burn real soon now mob would openly admit this, especially in parliaments that their goal is higher costs and reduced secondary industry, continuing the export of jobs to places where the power stays on at a predictable and affordable price. And yes, I have read the recent new Scientist article on 97% of climate scientists blah blah. The logical error in said article said it all.

Lastly if Oz sank tomorrow it would have no detectable effect on Earths weather. (yeah, OK monsoon would not come so far south) I have yet to hear this in political babble that passes for discussion lately. There seems to be a delusion among the media darlings that anyone north of Port Moresby notices Oz, let alone takes any notice, except when military bases are required.

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Re: Just the beginning

Trevor, you mean the two thorium reactors USA ran in early 1960s did not exist ? I must be mis-informed/

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Re: Just the beginning

make plutonium really ? so much of that stuff taking up space already from decommissioning of last nuclear arms race. If thorium reactors were built to burn the stuff into power for when the sun dont shine and the wind dont blow, or as currently the case in Oz, too much sunshine and strong winds, it would be a great step forward in a stable baseload for grid, which is the core issue. I digress.

Given the Oz ruling elites love of monopoly, falling back to oligopoly as last resort, I would bet more on an excuse for massive price rises in "electrical network infrastructure". You might recall how much the the last "gold plated" exercise cost electricity users in eastern states a gummint or 3 ago. That CEO and board bonuses would rise is entirely co-incidence.

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Totally not-crazy billionaire Elon Musk: All of us – yes, even you – must become cyborgs

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as said before

workable AI is still am myth. Expert systems are not AI

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Need is cause for work ?

@Yarr. Really don't get out much do you ? I have lived and worked in places where people got sit down money. No need to work. Places largely hell holes, even if the surroundings looked great to a passing tourist. The substance abuse and boredom were immense and remain so.

On a personal note I did not understand why so many recent retirees said they have never been busier. Now I know. More training courses in local civil defence unit than I had in last 5 years of paid employment, helping in organised sports that are not subsidised by the media, casual charity jobs. I won't go on about all the backlog of jobs at residence. The bigger volunteer units like recent retirees because they bring skills and have time to benefit their community, espicially in emergencies lasting days which brings me to the point. Why do those who don't have to commit to "work", do so ?

Summary: everyone needs a reason to get up in morning. Work places provide an identity and sense of purpose. Lose them and many people lose their sense of value. And no, there are not that many charity jobs for everyone, begging the question of how do mass unemployed citizens live ? I can think of cases where young men left their coastal "paradise" to work in inland towns. They worked with gusto. No more troubles with police, a sense of place as they could buy and own stuff. And to rabbit on about abominations like "art" which wastes resources on driver distractions as the watermelon government of Ozs' crapital Canberra do, is irritating many more than just me.

Musk and the plague of techno-utopians do not understand human needs very much. I have also thought the Amish may have a point after all. Low technology also means the spooks are handicapped which would bring a degree of dignity back to policing. OTOH, I do like email. decisions, decisions...

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Brave VMs to destroy themselves, any malware they find on HP's new laptop

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back up a minute

does not this conversation just demonstrate that active web pages are a major security flaw ? Web browsers by definition should be read only software unable to trigger any local event. I know, I know...

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University DDoS'd by its own seafood-curious malware-infected vending machines

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Ritchie and Kernighan again

Reflections on Trusting Trust. ITIRC ASCM decades ago. Trust nothing, trust no-one until at least basic verifications done. Techno-utopians could benefit from understanding the doctrine of the total depravity of humans from the Reformation. It at least gives a sensible starting point for risk assessment such as, "how would a baddie abuse this kit/process/document?"

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NORKS fires missile that India reckons it could shoot down in flight

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when will hated leaders realise

the only thing "Dear Leader" fears is laughter ? Sanctions and diplomatic threats are breakfast and lunch to some personalities.

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Chap scripts remote Linux takeover for sysadmins

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good stuff

this has uses for work environments, especially when software developers have gone feral, again. Something to try in sandpits. Script has decent style. Unusual in bash scripts IMHO

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Ex-FBI man spills on why hackers are winning the security game

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ELReg is losing its lustre

An informed, realistic piece from someone who was sort of in trenches. This will disturb the PHB class. The market droids will get spooked and techies lectured about some irrelevant pet peeve of CIO de-jure or worse, HR process droids. No marketing spiel either. What is world coming to ?

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SQL Server on Linux? HELL YES! Linux on Windows 10? Meh

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Re: CYGWIN

also a pity UWIN tanked. Was great to have a decent shell ksh93 and standard unix toolset. Better than Cygwin but cost $ for commercial use. Now David Korn works for the new Beast little seems to have happened on updating sources if one can still find them

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Fear not, Europe's Privacy Shield is Trump-proof – ex-FTC bigwig

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did someone say trust lawyers ?

ah well, at least in Oz we know we have no rights that are enforceable against Merkin TLAs.

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IETF 'reviewing' US event plans in the face of Trump's travel ban

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an anti-intellectual and racist presidency?

why would one expect anything else from management of an oligopolistic empire ? Just that new boss not as subtle as old boss in selling out citizens to the corporates. Aside from the new rulez not being racist, merely discriminatory. Now lets see how how Oz PM handles his "your fired" moment.

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'Grey technology' should be the new black

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Re: The answer is simple

you forgot screens invisible to any ages eyes in daylight. Hunting for dark shadows to read an SMS in the Oz summer is so irritating. Yet the original Dell Streak has a transflective screen that was quite readable the brighter the light got.

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Wow, look out, hackers: Trump to order 60-day cybersecurity probe

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Missing the obvious

Remember TPP ? Merkin goals were to legislate their control of trade via IP and multinational friendly clauses. Given these politicians are simple sons of the executive suite, (apologies to Blazing Saddles) they probably intend to effectively "nationalise" everyones hardware, from home routers up to big Telcos via previously mentioned malware preloaded into firmware, as well as "unbreakable" encryption with backdoors. Marketing and mouthpieces will explain the need for security updates and why the networks have suddenly got slower. If you don't co-operate, you must be current villain de-jure. The Chinese probably have sold them the code already. Obligatory Win10 references superfluous.

This might be the reason for the smokescreen on border control. Outrage can be exhausted. In case you think this has not had a dry run, it explains the Oz version of Attorney general demanding all telcos submit their network changes and plans to the lawyers ( and Oz TLAs) before making changes. Dont you love software defined networking now ?

<off-topic> What happens when the spyware in the drives and network cards of the TLA archives mirrors the contents to the TLA archives ? Automatic backup or I/O choke at Langely ? </off-topic>

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Trump decides Breitbart chair Bannon knows more about natsec than actual professionals

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familiar behavior

having suffered merkin multinational governance (cough), the current head of the USSA is behaving exactly like any other CEO from that decaying empire. Image is all. Check reality at door or airport. Listen only to inner circle of yes droids.

One wonders if this is like living under god emperors, eg Pharaohs or Norks ? Will this initiate a plot by TLAs who feel slighted that they are not at all tables of power. A rerun of Praetorian Guards versus emperors in Rome internal power struggles perhaps as history repeats.

A conspiracy enthusiast might also wonder if the manufactured outrage is a diversion from something seriously nasty happening behind smoke. Our little bunch in Oz pulled this off over Xmas/New Year.

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A tale of two conferences: AWS storms ahead, HPE seems to flounder

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seems like 1920s again

reminds me of the 1920 car industry. Tens of firms closed or merged by acquisition into 4 big firms which would eventually merge further. With the rise of virtualisation in all HW components and the various software layers, connected by usually workable networks corporate IT will concentrate into a very few firms who provide a cost effective adequate service. This raises minor questions about Itanic future, (lack of), future of Power architecture and the ARM vs Intel face offs. China with its MIPS derived focus may also provide a "Chrysler" for the GM and Ford of hardware. As for SPARC, another long tail into irrelevance, not allowing for black swan events.

Next year, HPE sold to a Taiwanese firm ?

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NSW government drops a Catch: Bus Wi-Fi is a privacy nightmare

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You missed the trojan

<conspiracy hat> If advertising companies can ask for this data, perhaps whatever passes for the AusGov single Digital ID PHB cabal will be seeing how much they can get away with using compulsion if the punters hand over so much information voluntarily </conspiracy hat> Only flaw in this hypothesis is the assumption that the political classes are cunning enough to try it as it does not involve brown bags under table.

Branflakes is most likely to use the use mere managerial prerogative or captains picks as they are now called to mandate something like this for the new improved Australia Card. :-J Perhaps the Norks have a secret consultancy program for advising the remnants of western governments on how to become a police state.

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ZTE laying off 3,000

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perhaps that explains

the vanishing in Oz of ZTE handsets from what could generously be called Telstra "Shops". Hardest place to buy anything if one has specific requirements. Only bought them because ZTE seemed to be last of manufacturers that have external aerial sockets and hardened aka tradies handsets. External aerials are a necessity in a country with a plentiful oversupply of connectivity in 5 cities and sparse coverage everywhere else. Did see a cheapie Android somewhere very briefly with aerial socket but it seems to have vanished also. And no, phone holders that claim to connect to external aerials are not sold in Oz and the few reports I heard were very scathing.

Another example of the blind following of Merkins that collectively deludes the political classes.

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Blue sky basic income thinking is b****cks

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Re: Er..

and there lies part of the root cause of the current economic malaise. Economic theory is based on rationing of scarce resources. For the first time in history this is no longer the case in the West. Basic needs can be satisfied. Even the poor live longer than most great grandparents of any status. An example of market /needs saturation are mobile phone makers. Phones last too well while being incredibly cheap for what they can do but the phone industry relies on continuing sales when a 3 year old model is just as good for most users. Housing is another matter, but I suggest this is due to deliberate government policy.

I don't see any evidence that jobs are being created to fill the gap left by automation. One can only keep a few baristas employed in a given area.

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work hour ?

Ah Stainless Steel Rat stories. Donning old geezer hat, yes, we heard fairy tales of shorter working weeks back when I were a lad. Got unpaid overtime instead.

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Re: What I love...

except this already happens. A lot of us in the retired/outsourced/junkheap categories already do freebie things in our communities. Rewarded of course by necessary bureaucracy, forms and process. Also copping lectures about upskilling at our own expenses (anyone can pay $25K for a crap college course, right?) One wonders how much the undocumented charity services save governments in West? Judging by how quickly the food bank in my small town had its user count climb I suspect the economic efficiency pundits don't have a clue as to how close many of Oz are to completely becoming disconnected to what passes for society. Then the last part of the article does hold true.

Yet Western gummints, especially in Oz have an ideological fixation with punishing the poor, not the 35% of 100 biggest companies that pay no tax. If you want a recipe for instability, this is it. No doubt the rise of the security estate (yes, I think the spooks are another country inside their countries because they have different laws) is connected to the elites beginning to fear the peasants are restless. Trump being elected by use of persuasion techniques, not policy is a sign of this. Previous Oz PM is another, thankfully failed, example, though his toxic legacy lurks on.

Now to watch the spook estate in Merkin Land investigate its presumptive El Presidento over Russian hacking, instead of asking the obvious question of why any computer of significance be accessible from anywhere ? /* yes I know, cost cutting by the stupid, but bear with argument please */

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Latest loon for Trump's cabinet: Young-blood-loving, kidney-market advocate Jim O'Neill

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Ve haff vays to make you

buy our dodgy foodstuffs or else. VRH need not fear. Trump Co or more accurately, the United States of Oligarchy, will set up an even better TPA which the luvvies in multiple governments will sign up to in hope of post politics cushy jobs in corporate corridors. Said TPA will have more secret courts that means minor matters like death and Minamata Disease will be illegal to complain about, let alone stop. Like the recently reported secret corporate trials in Asia about dubious drugs being sold after their lawyers sued governments arguing profits come before government policies.. Oz had a corporate challenge to Federal advertising rules over an addictive substance. Case was lost fortunately, but the TPA and its successors would strip that power from governments.

OTOH, it has been observed the FDA is so bureaucratic it is actively stopping new treatments being tested, so drugs are being sent to Europe which is, amazingly, less difficult to get new treatments assessed and approved. The EPA has made environmental disasters worse if assertions about European oil spill equipment being rejected at Deepwater Horizon event are true because offered emergency equipment only cleaned up 99.5% of oil, not 99.9% as required. So 100% of oil was left in ocean. But I digress. Given the figures about unrepeatable results now being endemic in most sciences, to use the word loosely, suggests Trump and Co are too late. Evidence based decision making is long gone so any appointments made are only a minor sideshow in the tidal wave of cultural incompetence in all spheres of government.

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Re: No medical or scientific experience.

is this unusual for most leadership in remnants of western democracies ? Most seem to be party hacks, ex-academics, (although a few have been very competent, (take a bow ,Professor Fells), union droids and business cronies. BTW, could this be an indicator that the outbreak of internal violence in MerkinLand predicted by a statistician mentioned here and on New Scientist be not far away. just sayin'

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Re: Comment

so its OK then ?

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Re: We have vays to make you

Tom, true enough. I cant get <sarcasm> </sarcasm> tags working. Sorry. As for the rest of your comment, IMHO you have just described many of the publicly funded busybodies plaguing most remnants of western democracies already. Like most here, I regard civilised discourse as essential to any policy making, especially when strong claims and opinions are made. IMNSHO, ad-hominem attacks are an indicator of a rigid world view restricting rational thought, even if it is fun to use in satire. Problem is most users of satire these days use strawman arguments rendering their satire as verbal noise. BTW, I am not suggesting you have done this.

So far, Trump is behaving exactly as any other recently elected monarch president. Loading all offices with friends and allies, just as the nominal opponents do. Just this time the prevailing world view of general media did not expect their lot to lose.

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Re: Organ payments

@MrDamage. I believe that is the French law. I agree with it. In Oz there is the ridiculous situation of people who have their drivers licences marked as organ donors have their wished not complied with because of some hysterical relative. So people who have made their wishes clear still have their wishes ignored when it would save lives. Just making the donor declaration final and not over-ridable would ease organ donor situation. Some Oz pollies are rabbitting on about doing something about it sometime, but yeah, right.

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Bluetooth 5.0 emerges, ready to chew on the internet of things

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Wonderful, just wonderful

My devices now have to live in a Faraday cage, except for old ones. Blackhats will love this. Wasn't bluetooth just for a personal network, not a small LAN ? That's what WiFi is for. However, ITIRC an article 3 or more years back on ElReg arguing that as the Bluetooth working groups have got their act together much better than the WiFi groups it is likely bluetooth will eventually overtake WiFi as local network technology of choice.

However, IOT lack of security will probably flood the networks with so much "traffic" ISPs will be DOSed out of service so maybe it is a self healing mesh network. Mines the one with Cat 4 cable in pocket

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Australia's universal telco service obligation's day is done

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Re: Great days for lobbyists amongst the foolish

copper still required ? Nah, sell off the NBN as planned, preferabbly to a potentially hostile company from overseas (merkinland comes to mind) and if you're not resident in Collins or George Street tough. market forces and economics you know...

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civil servants ?

what's that ? A fair bit of public service has been outsourced, privatised and contracted out. The snouts in public trough are of those who are writing the rules about access to public trough. For some reason, the idea that sacking state employees and using private donors companies is cheaper and popular despite most citizens not wanting state owned enterprises sold off is still endemic despite its persistent failures to provide any benefits to the country in general. Perhaps the cognitive dissonance may fade after outsourcing the ATO to something like Westpac or Mastercard is carried out. The Romans used tax farming too,. Required legions to keep the peasants quiet. Oh wait, SAIC can do that too with Haliburton and spooks/snoopers.

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Take that, creationists: Boffins witness birth of new species in the lab

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Re: Other examples...

so how is this making new information instead of genetic culling ? Devolution perhaps it is ?

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Re: How depressing...

Tom, perhaps the coin from about 3AD showing a figure representing Rome with its foot on a globe to brag about Roman domination of the world suggests you have been in echo chamber too long also ? Washington Irvings 19th century libel against the critics of Columbus is due to be put back where it belongs, lining drawers in garden shed. I would use the word tolerance but it now means the same thing as Maos little Red Book now on "correct thinking"

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Re: Some organisations who understand evolution.

Well, their leadership think they do. Also those organisations are becoming extinct. Never met a compromised proferssional religious who was clued about any of it. Even heard a senior Baptist academic spout disproven waffle from a century ago as if it was recent. For once I agree with Dawkins. If Darwin was right, Christianity is wrong.

And vice versa I add.

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Re: Just the usual ignorance on display

Dear Lee, I suggest you get out more. I have _never_ met a creationist matching your description. Perhaps getting degrees in geology or biology has something to do with it.

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Another strawman argument

speciation was never disputed except for some group back in 19th century. The natural philosophers had been discussing variation and adaptation for 2 centuries before Charles. No doubt one of the Greek speculation enthusiasts had some concept that could be stretched to fit requirement 2 millennia ago. No, I cant be bothered to trawl through library and for some reason, dont trust Google or wackypedia on it either.

Article shows usual faulty argument that shuffling existing information is the same as generating new information. A strong argument could be made that creationists were supporting fast speciation events _long_ before the materialist fanatics decided it was occurring. Goldschmidt with his "hopeful monster" and Stephen Gould with "saltation events" were honourable exceptions. That someone with Goulds standing and firm belief in the one true faith of materialism could consider speciation events happened quickly suggests it is mainstream evolutionary believers that are slow to adapt.

Given the intricate variation generating processes built into DNA (transposons) while also maintaining error checking mechanisms suggests believers in mere random chance generating new information have a belief system that defies logic. But then, this is a "post truth" culture. The shoutiest group is deemed to have won. C'mon ElReg, you normally do better than this piece of histrionics.

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Elon Musk-backed OpenAI reveals Universe – a universal training ground for computers

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And there was I thinking...

that Universe was the final re-implementation of PICK. Perhaps too much time on AIX servers or am I just getting too old ? Directory names with $ symbols embedded. Great fun coding around that.

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Microsoft boffins think VR visions will rival drugs by 2027

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lastly, CLI dead ?

In the spirit of rampant contrariness, given even M$ have begun to use command lines and config files more in their server OS I suggest that the CLI may even make a come back. Very secure, quiet, mostly private, powerful if user RTFM and very low on resources. Given the amount of junk code running on idiot smart phones, phabulous phailing phablets and other end user devices I forecast <drum roll> a return to end user devices that make phone calls and resemble smaller versions of IBMs smart terminals.

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do any of these futurists think ?

so no-one considers effort expended to create hardware for VR hallucinations real work ? Someone has to make the machines that make the machines, not to mention steel, concrete and fix borked traffic control hardware. Then minor issues like food. You know, the stuff that isn't merkin corn syrup. So far, I only heard a future of intrusive surveillance, deskilled menial casual work, and a ruling non-elite in echo chambers. In these nightmare scenarios, the only up is to be a dope dealer big shot supplying the latest Bolivian marching powder to the 1%s brats.

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Airbus flies new plane for the first time

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Re: First Flight Challenges

wasn't reused components so much as Pave Blue (and F117) are so un-aerodynamic the electronics are essential to keeping the craft the right way up. That the flight control and design worked well speaks volumes about _real_ engineers pushing the boundaries of current practice but not leaping into unknown.. It also suggests that the source of the endless mirth and mockery of the flying flimflam AKA F35, has too much clever code instead of much developed code.. Now if I could just remember the pithy appellation used about the F35 another commentard used I would be a little less depressed.

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Re: Go A350 !

not until the fleshie pilots can over-ride the silicon pilots. If it ain't Boeing, I ain't going. At least it looks like an aircraft that will sell and make money for the buyers. The final sign has been sighted,* the next financial splash is on way so running costs are going to become very important to the 3 airlines left after smoke clears.

* whenever Merkin stock market hits record highs while real economy is still falling, Nemesis is on way.

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Obama awards honours to Grace Hopper, Margaret Hamilton for computing contributions

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this is Oz

about normal for the local ABC. The more inconsequential the more they rabbit on about it.. Usual contempt of the chattering classes for any technical skills.

I was informed of worthy recipients on ElReg. as none of the local sources of lies information mention unfashionable achievements, especially of women. A lot of babble about feminism though.

However, well deserved kudos to Grace Hopper and Margaret Hamilton.

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The case for a police-civilian cyber super-agency in Australia

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TP, Got it in one.

Especially with an AG like BranFlakes. The Fed cops already kept on short info leash by ASIO who brag about it. Fed cops keep State cops on same drip feed diet. What is needed is an anti-corruption/harassment body that can scare the spooks and ministers that only reports to a joint sitting of both houses of parliament to keep all of the peeping toms in line while allowing necessary security and policing work to go ahead with minimal overhead.

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Microsoft ❤️ Linux? Microsoft ❤️ running its Windows' SQL Server software on Linux

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virtualisation again?

reminds of me of the ancient project tangerine that tried for a common binary layer above the multiple CPU instruction sets once available so applications needed to be compiled once and would run on many different versions of unix. Died in the Unix Wars of late 1980s I think. How many layers of virtualisation are being run these days ? Hyperviser, OS, container with this inside ?

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Here's how the missile-free Royal Navy can sink enemy ships after 2018

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Re: Actually, a mosquito

or a Seafire with a RATO unit ? Lets put the warbird movement on a sound financial footing. Given the number of hard headed beancounters and PHBs around western militaries, they could be used as kinetic energy penetrator weapons. Do enough damage to their own side. My coats the one with "War in a String Bag" in pocket...

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Telstra launches Australian homes onto the Internet of S**t

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ABC in on it also

What passes for light technology show in Oz ran an IoT booster in what looked like the shell of an ancient but very good program badly updated. Beyond 2020. Had to shut off TV again as nothing else on and whole program seemed to be pushing handing over control of ones assets to a remote server. How the adequate are fallen.

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Telstra's answers El Reg's Smart Home security questions

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Re: rigorous quality assurance process

not to mention their utterly crap DNS lookups timing out. If one has a big /etc/hosts file on bridge/router network speed is merely slow. Amazingly after getting almost usable lately, a mere 75 KM north of nations crapital (sic) it has now reverted both on 3G and fixed line to its usual 28Kb modem speed. Floptus and Vodafail no better. Even SMS are arriving a day late, a feat only VodaFail achived in past.

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Pythons Idle and Cleese pen anti-selfie screed

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Re: Grumpy old men? i dont think so

Prst, indeed. Once everything and attitude was caused by sex somehow, now its mortality. Perhaps people say and create things because they feel it to be true or shock horror, because they want to.

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