Re: EFF Lawyers are EFF'n Stupid
I bow to your expertise in stupid.
665 posts • joined 21 Dec 2009
I bow to your expertise in stupid.
Whoever started this is in trouble - they have embarrassed the bosses there.
"which make it illegal for companies to discriminate ".
make you think "You know, this just could work..."
The reused part that is, don't know about the upper stage and satellite.
You know, the department that is pretty much being shut down.
John Kelly can sod off, not interested in visited a place run by Russian pawns.
And if he comes to the UK I want to see ALL of his bank accounts.
They may have blocked competitors (including those trying to break into the market) using similar tactics.
Well their patent library is expiring fast and the likes of Mediatek are doing it much better and more efficiently.
I manage without this by using non dictionary dual factors, one of which uses two random letters at a time.
Nothing written down an no numeric sequences.
We will cut them off.
Oh, which country CURRENTLY in the EU has the greatest military power?
Then maybe there is an agenda.
So have nothing to lose by doing this.
May the lose that 13 billion dollars and more, especially after not paying overtime a few years ago and anti-competitive practices.
Same thing there.
Stich this Blofeld!
No, that is the previous pope, He hasn't aged too well.
While I stand next to a PC for an hour due to 10bits/sec transfer rate from a head positioner then having to retry because someone in the next cubicle sneezed.
They guy could have gone straight to the website since that was his target.
Best sign of success.
I am looking forward to the excitement of reused vehicle landings now.
Nope, still there.
You were saying?
As long as that lets me use Office (2007 or 2010) then I don't do anything that needs Windows.
Along with "What's A Robot".
The original series broke taboos on race, raised questions on responsibility and consequences.
Enterprise raised some very good morality questions e.g. cloning a person for organ replacement.
Now what do we have?
You Robot - reducing Dr. Susan Calvin to "Robot get the girl" because a woman can't be someone you look up to.
Fast and Fatuous in Space.
Being less agressive during periods of high latency was specifically mentioned.
Is to have the door ajar.
If management fail then ask for £5k for air con.
The world has a little less colour.
Thank you for brightening our world Lester.
Like all the other posts.
I install Ubuntu 14.04 on various servers/test PCs at work using UEFI.
As engineers we protect people from complexity.
That mobile phone in your pocket you whine about has more than 500 billion transistors switching hundreds of millions of times a second and can detect signals slight stronger than the static from a flea rubbing it's legs together.
Does that put it into perspective?
Or they could educate Americans.
Economics - it is expected to reduce launch costs by 30% and the risk is in the landing not the launch so a good approach.
is the rocket ship?
I liked Boaty but SDA is much more fitting.
Boaty lives on as a submersible on the vessel of course.
My best memory of Sir David is with the gorillas, a joy to watch and watch filled with wonder.
Yes, CPU is BCM 8237 and WiFi BCM43438 in the Pi 3.
It was some people at Broadcom Cambridge that pushed the Pi for years before it was given the go ahead.
It is why they exited Blu-ray player silicon, lots of compatibility problems due to dodgy disc mastering and low profits with a lot of smaller customers.
Traditionally Broadcom are a high margin manufacturer and put it back into R&D to stay at the higher end of the market.
Never mind Exnos and Qualcomm - Mediatek are winning in that space.
Intel keep trying the same thing, suddenly jumping on a bandwagon.
A shame but they are still thinking the same way they did twenty years ago.
x86 has been very successful but is fading, especially with ARM moving into servers as well.
What is this? The US election campaign?
If there was useful information in there I couldn't find it.
I had an interview there years ago, years of pay freeze and rubbish pension.
HR were like scared rabbits and the electric wheelchairs they had sat in a corner with dead batteries and flat tyres, they had been like that for God knows how long. I reported it and was ignored.
Then all the internal politics and racism...
Well done SpaceX!
Most are snakes but I have been lucky with HR a couple of times.
How many don't talk about this?
I don't do IT but did develop safety critical systems to evacuate large sites such as airports and refineries with the same kind of workload.
An article like this would have helped me.
Best for to describe this article? Vital.
Who believes the US has stopped?
Plus your soul.
Having to make sure the nagware doesn't take over my PC is the last step.
The only thing I am interested (a bit) that won't run under WINE would be Visual Studio but there are good C# IDEs under Linux so I can write complex applications.
Mint by the way is... well mint!
Dare to make the dream real.
There good serious articles just not too many.
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