Is it possible
to buy a keyboard with the number pad that matches telephone number pads?
560 posts • joined 9 May 2007
to buy a keyboard with the number pad that matches telephone number pads?
If you look at the transistor structure of a register it looks like two inverters driving each other so, yes, they do amplify the signal around and it stays stable. Computer programs only work because they do stuff in the right order so you need to delay the logic circuits so that everything doesn't happen in random order. Flip flops are used now with a clock in the GHz range. These devices ran at kHz and could also store more than one bit in each loop. Although they are called delay lines they were used because they were fast (in comparison to relays) and low power (in comparison to thermionic valves).
why it's never a good idea to get a tattoo. Once you get one the best you can hope for is to die young.
You could say that high unemployment causes high home ownership - maybe something to be celebrated.
Or there could be something (i.e. technological advances in the last few centuries) that have led to high home ownership and high unemployment. As a species we can now achieve more and work less. Which is OK as long as the achievement and reduction in working are spread around fairly evenly.
In other words - Looking forward we can look forward to to some forward looking mispredictions of the future based on backward looking research.
is to cost them money. As you say if there is a live human on the line when you answer getting them to wait is very effective. If it's a recording asking you the press button I always do then give the silent treatment to whoever comes on the line, seems to freak them out as much as it does ordinary humans.
They eventually learn and go away. Whatever you do don't sound angry or annoyed, they just mark you down on their lists as stupid enough to eventually fall for one of their cons.
Just before HP bought Apollo the market share in workstations was (Sun, Apollo, SGI,..., HP). Just after it became (Sun, HP-Apollo, SGI...). Three months later when all the current and unstoppable orders had gone through the order became (Sun, SGI..., HP-Apollo).
A colleague of mine left HP for Apollo about six month before the buyout, he was gutted when it happened and shortly after was made redundant by HP after they'd bought him. Seemed to him that HP was just persuing him around making him miserable.
I rather think Anonymous have missed that point too.
Or get a usb-cec adapter from pulse-eight (others are available) and you can use the TV remote if you have a reasonably up to date HDMI TV.
"Libel laws are far too strong in this country"
They are not as strong as the truth.
Sally Bercow is a libellous tweeter.
I don't expect to get sued for the above line (maybe told off by a grammar geek).
I would flinch at cow cock as it would imply the cow had been subject to massive hormone treatment or had gender reassignment surgery.
Same as men really. Can't think of any exceptions.
Agreed, Silicon Valley is not in Washington or even New York. When it started it was in a nice place to live. Not true any more but it now has the brand.
I live in beautiful Somerset and there is no money that would make me move to London. I'll contract there but the closer to London the higher the price to compensate for commute time and hotel costs. Currently in Borehamwood and working from home on Monday and Friday so it's bearable
He's wrong too, it was me.
No no, this is the new thing, the amperes are 40 megavolts wide. It makes them go faster. The fuse boxes glow in the dark and the plugs only have one pin.
Of course not, it's a powerpoint.
And a copy of every email you have ever deleted.
Seriously, I'm with Sky (because they bought the ISP that was the only one in the exchange that wasn't BT) and it's OK as a basic home broadband. I moved to using gmail as an email sender but that's because I'm the geeky type that likes to control my reply-to headers. I think port 25 is also unblocked so you may be able to run your own MTA.
Just to confuse the AC even more, most drugs are illegal in Amsterdam but not because they are immoral.
Presumably that's why there is a "lithium-polymer battery fed through a micro USB port".
Apple will need to find more cash to pay them back. Will they issue more bonds? This could keep going forever but there is interest to pay and that is eventually going to be greater than 35% tax.
Maybe the bonds will be bought by overseas buyer and they can be repaid with offshore cash.
Feeling miserable because GDP has gone up? I remember what this country was like in the 70's and 80' and the sense of entitlement in some sectors was higher than it is now. Thanks to Thatcher we have now stripped most of the power from the unions (but not before they destroyed the car industry).
Music on cheap headphones sounds better than on expensive old stuff because it has no wow, flutter, clicks, print-through, interference from engine ignitions. It has similar harmonic distortion and frequency response but your brain is quite capable of compensating for that and removing a fair bit of random noise otherwise you wouldn't be able to have a conversation while walking between rooms.
Cheer up and listen to some music you enjoy.
Fed up with bitcoin volatility? Try my new, improved virtual currency bitcoin2. Based on the proven technology of bitcoin but without any of the hordes of greedy people trying to inflate it (yet).
Well the USD, GBP and most currencies are backed by their countries armies, some of them have nukes.
As far as bitcoin being worth the electricity used to generate it - can you turn it back into electricity?
I used to get it to send mail with a From: pointing to my old freeserve mail account. It now looks like that is causing problems and everything has to be from @sky.com.
Pray tell exactly how you send emails without using your ISP? I'm on Sky and they seem very happy to bin any connection to port 25 to anywhere except themselves.
tt-rss looks very simple and may be what you want. All the data stays on your computer so only you can shut it down or mine it and sell adverts to show your own eyeballs. Also has debian packages.
freedomboxfoundation.org is looking more and more necessary even in free societies.
Do you really want your neighbours to know when your bitch is in heat?
They are up against educationcity.com which runs on all those computers that the schools already have and is probably very cheap for schools. Personal copies are about £30 per year or two so the educational license is going to be much less.
Well a CD is about 600MB but CDs can have about 60 minutes of recording so that's way above an LP. Also CDs are sixteen bits of pure digital stero joy whereas LP comes in at around 12 bits (yes it does) - and you have to reduce that because of the noise floor for a typically dusty and worn LP.
The answer is about 150MB.
We think you have been mis-sold Freeview TV, please press 5 to talk to one of our leeches.
Lots of broken spokes on the London Eye! I'm not going on that till they fix it.
THAT'S THE WINNING FEATURE FOR ME.
No, we're having a strong moratorium.
So he had to sit and watch the adverts while recording the program. Probably got good because he had to pay attention.
Except ours was a very English hack, something like:
"Pick up your litter, others do"
Maybe too subtle to be noticed.
Why wait? They can't really complain if you steal it.
Just put the solar plant 6 hours west and run a cable.
> and a oblong table
Is it OK to have an oblong table? or even rectangular?
> ... does not mean this planet is ours to do with what we wish
OK, so who does the planet belong to and where are they? Oh, that's right - no-one and nowhere to be seen.
Unless you believe in God, in which case it is ours (at least according to the Bible). and so are the animals.
Good luck with your neck muscles.
I'd guess BT Broadband customer support. Well. you wouldn't want to run that on the BT network would you.
Remember people: A bow tie is a cry for help.
Just like orange hair.
There were lots of bright and cheery colours in the Victorian age, we're just left with sepia prints because that is what the majority of surviving media consists of. Go the a museum and look at the fabrics. And all that lovely mahogany.
It shows there is some code in there to handle errors that should never happen. How did Microsoft test that code? Are there any bugs in it? Even if you assume the code identical to and fully tested on other platforms it shows there is unreachable code that make your ROM bigger than it need be i.e. more expensive, slower and more power hungry (more cache misses).
OK so the graphics are cheesy, but it doesn't half load fast.
It's not like they don't own the land the rails run on, Just lay cable.
But now you can use the source code to see how to drive the cool stuff.
Do you really want to be able to change the GPU firmware? How are you going to test your changes? Do you know how much Cadence simulator licences cost? Have you got a thousand core simulator farm?
I'm not having a go but the contents of the firmware are in a file to save having to include non-volatile storage in the chip and to allow shipping the chip before all the firmware bugs are fixed.
Why not just say "Fuck off I'm busy" to them, it works wonders for me. I rarely have to say it twice.
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