That's the image I have Apple now.
838 posts • joined 21 Dec 2009
Yes, from the same civil service that brought you the NHS IT cockup (and the one before), Universal Credit which cost nearly quarter of a million per registered user and more!
Oddly enough there are consultants on all of these projects getting (if I remember correctly) £3,000 a day! The same ones again and again.
1. 'spent' not 'spendt'.
2. Freeview Connect has been in the Freeview specifications for three years that I know of and by definition is open to all manufacturers.
There are fees for access to documents and test suites from the DTG but these are reasonable.
There is no manufacturer exclusivity.
Water warm enough to turn easily into liquid would help to make belt mining feasible in the future.
Carrying energy is one thing, replacing volatiles is another - water isn't a great propellant but without a gravity well it becomes a lot more practical. Now add oxygen by electrolysis.
NSA - you ask for people's passwords and they hand them only.
CGHQ - can't get native Arab translators because of the racism there which the management are afraid to do anything about. Also they have wheelchairs there but they are broken and it isn't their fault because a contractor handles it.
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