Cheaper to pay for a trip to the dental hytgenist
They will show you how to brush plus scrape off all the crap that been accumulating.
591 posts • joined 9 May 2007
They will show you how to brush plus scrape off all the crap that been accumulating.
Don't pay for a .uk domain, there are plenty of alternatives that are in a race for the bottom and most of the planet is now used to addresses that don't end in .com or .co.uk
Think you're getting confused with realtime systems. Unless you have a SLA stating the performance you will get. It's not a bug that your program runs slower as long as it gets to the correct result (whatever that is).
OI, leave me and my brother alone!
I will buy a cheap phone for it to live on. It may not even need a SIM card.
About time to ditch Moore's law. It was invented by Intel and used as a stick to beat the competition into submission but it is trumped by Scotty's law "Ya cannae break the laws of physics Jim".
It's not a law, rather an observation of past performance. I could come up with a law that states the Dow-Jones must rise by 10% every 3 years but it wouldn't make it happen forever, nor should it be a goal.
How much to run a train over it?
Not sure it's possible to have BYOD when you are BeingYourOwnCorporation.
You do realise that it is fairly easy to read the screen of a CRT from outside your house? Google tempest.
I'm with you, You're wife smells great
383 lines of C that I was going to convert to Verilog when I'm next between contracts. Was going to put it on an FPGA demo board with DVI in and out. Could have been put between a PC and a monitor to fill in sudokus on web pages as you browse the web.
As a Christian I am offended by the complainers. They don't represent me and so don't deserve to label themselves (apart from uptight wankers). I don't take my religion too seriously, God I do, but the church and the people who work for it don't get any special respect.
What would Jesus have done? Probaly that's why there is a bite taken out of the lovely item.
I wonder if SCO thinks they have patents/copyright on stuff in Minix?
Odd that he couldn't access his source code and yet the compiler could. Or did the Fortran compiler have a decrypt-encrypted-source option that was compatible with vi?
Just got to find a suitable Friesian and get it to stand still
Not in my badgers yard?
Agreed it's bass-akwards. I'm contracting at Cambium and their many of their wireless backhaul products have a POE enabled extra port to allow the customer to add a video camera pointing down the mast so you can see who is climbing up to steal the kit.
I have a dog. I get notified before the visitor has entered the garden by the floor shaking so even deaf people are covered.
VHDL - pretends to protect you from stupid errors that Verilog doesn't, but lets you do equally stupid things; verbose syntax that makes you type the same stuff out two or three times.
Even Jesus has to follow medical ethics?
I often go back and forth on websites, e.g.
Are you sure? with OK/Cancel
Back to home page as I clicked Cancel
I don't know about you but I suspect some houses/electricty-meters have more than one car parked outside every night. I blame those naughty people living together.
Assholes that are not filthy rich can't afford to become huge assholes.
It operates just like VHS or DAT tape with guard bands between the overlapping tracks so you don't have to write the whole of the rest of the disk when you change a block. You do have to rewrite the rest of the disk up to the next guard band though so that's why it's no good for random writes. I guess the host managed part is to manage the bands of overlapping tracks in a virtual way so as to not limit it to behaving exactly as a tape.
Be interesting to know if they fake read-after-write checking. Difficult to read just behind the write head without picking up the field from the write head and fooling yourself into thinking the media is written correctly. Any further behind (like a second head on another arm) and you have to manage the rewrites that occur. Bit like turning around a ship.
No wonder the fingers broke off. I'd prefer a sex bot that looks more like Ripley.
Also, the guy on the left of the video looks even weirder.
Why didn't you just give up and use what the form filler typed in? most people know how to format their own name, and people with unusual names are used to telling another human how to. Also, lose the first-name last-name crap, you only have a 50% chance of printing them in the order acceptable to the named person.
Me -> Your sister
It is up to 240V, nominal 230V and a minimum that I can't remember.
Actually, it shows how much access to the courts was reduced, a different thing. I'd like to see the numbers of successful cases on the same graph. I expect there has been a reduction but without numbers, it's impossible to tell how big an effect the fees had.
Doesn't need a fake chip. The real chip will have a debug mode that replaces the Q bits with zero for production testing etc. All the three letter agency has to do is activate the debug mode.
Nobody takes out debug-mode just in case it breaks something and you have no means of debugging.
might be convenient for waving at RFID detectors but there isn't much in there that isn't useful, much better to put it somewhere a bit of tissue damage won't be too incovenient - like your buttocks. Unless of course, you're a compo lawyer, in which case it's a great idea.
Plus I now know what bit of the CEOs anatomy to chop off when I want to break into the building i.e. both hands just in case they are left handed.
If you're in a situation with guys running the dark web and you don't know who the fall guy is -- it's you.
Am I the last customer?
A lot of good things started in the medieval period. The rule of law, human rights, better farming, universities and distillation. OK, not some many comp-sci inventions.
You are responsible for what happens. That includes prams, pushchairs, baths, car seats, roller-coasters, hot-tubs, robot nannies, rocket sleds etc. Generally, the simpler a machine is the lower the chance of something bad happening so robot nannies are out for me
There is more than one network on a warship. Some of them will be connected to the internet when the ship is docked. Sooner or later someone will replace a switch and the super secret parts of the network will also be connected to the internet and no-one will notice for a while.
Any agreement to not enforce the law would be a bad thing for UK justice. All sorts of rich and powerful people would be given the impression that if they make it expensive for the law to be applied they would be given an exception.
Upvotes for this clearly erroneous comment? "I'm think" is spelt correctly. Makes no sense but it is spelt correctly.
The Trump Twitter feed is actually a numbers station, mostly it's padding to keep the channels active but occasionally a message comes through. Does anyone know what happened in the days after covfefe was sent?
Given that he is on paternity leave, I'd suggest a coffee.
On Wikipedia most of them from the countries of the Roman, Greek and British empires have the lady without a blindfold, it's the American ones that can't see what's in front of them.
Seriously, who needs this? Email/SMS/audio/morse is fine for relaying a message. It's only in Star Wars because that is a film and it needed something cool for the audience to gawp at. Other SF films have done it better.
Wonder what they have to do to get zero stars?
Just throwing away IPv4 packets shouldn't slow it down.
Wrexham Lager is not a brewery
WiFi I could understand as it is hard to block completely but any ethernet ports should not be there or be routed only to the CCTV recording machines.
Any chance of getting the top ten offender companies directors names and addresses onto a kickstarter fund for a hitman?
I worked on the docsis demod part of puma7, it was a complete redesign so have no idea about bugs in 6 or 7, my contract ended at RTL delivery and these things have a massive firmware component to go which may or may not be common. If it's a hardware problem the fix is to send out new modems with new ASICs in them. Am now working on fixed wireless broadband and it uses FPGAs, more expensive per unit but you can update in the field (much cheaper than sending someone up a high tower with a new box).
"It's taken so many years and he's dedicated all his holidays and weekends to it so we've seen so little of each other I've really started to hate the Focker"
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