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without El Reg - very good serious articles and Bulgarian airbags!
If it will shut him up.
I love the smell of burning trolls in the morning.
the 'NPE' term could be key to chaging things, together with the bond to be put up.
I was in the STB industry and there was one guy at another firm who apparently broke his leg skiing.
In fact he started working for another firm and somehow balalnced things so he was working for both for a long time.
Is to find a problem that students will have to find a solution to without any easy cheats.
AKA the chrome plated penis.
'ARM' in the name is a clue.
Broadcom make SoCs and related devices which include processrs from MIPS or ARM.
If El Reg want a semiconductor reporter let me know.
Also, H.264 is MPEG4 part 10 so which part of MPEG is H.265?
This is the kind of things the brightens up a grey day.
It must be serious!
That 'Lens' thing is a security risk and frankly I used Ubuntu as a convenient distro for years until this which is the last straw.
*Fedora tipped forward*
Apple got away with too much e.g. abuse of patents for rounded corners.
I do and this is quite common.
Oh dear, producing evidence is inconvenient so let them off says the SEC.
Is there a US slush fund?
Parasites who suck others dry instead of working for a living.
A small project like this is very useful as a training exercise and making sure cryptographers maintain a range of skills and look at a range of solutions.
Making snide remarks is not a required skill there BTW.
But a very informative and interesting one (ok I deal with measurement albeit at a much simpler level).
Literally and I hope she sent both of them to bed without any supper.
the Kiwis feel?
Bricks - sacks - canal at this stage.
Hmm... yes I have seen attempts at that.
There was one in the early 80s called "The Last One". Sure enough it didn't last.
Fully deterministic? There goes multiple threads.
This shows not only that there is what seems to be a good alternative but that researchers are looking at organic replacements which will help with long term resources.
Good luck folks!
They get in on this kind of thing as well.
For example I was out for a walk last week and noticed a black box attached about 2-3 metres up a malpost so, being an El Reg fan, I naturallyl looked closer.
It was a black Pelistore case that had been attached and padlocked and had a hidden lense in it pointed at one particular house.
Odd methinks so I call the police and they know nothing about it and suggest I check with Bristol City Council (take note).
I get throguh to the highways department and they say there is a unit number S00777 but they have no details about it.
I am walking past a few days later and lo and behold this not as covert as they thought camera has mysteriously disappeared!
So Bristol City Council who place covert cameras around Downend - you aren't as clever as you like to think.
The question is should I tell the people who are being spied upon?
Sorry but you have managed to COMPLETELY miss the point of this project.
The point is that treatments, particularly those related to cancer have different effects on different individuals and given the way targeted treatments are being developed determining genetic factors will help emormously.
As to Genewatch UK - that are against anything involving genetics.
Sequencinga genome for £1,000 - that is simply the first stage of the process and frankly I found the wole article to be driven by Genewatch's agenda by someone who appears to have no understanding of the medical issues.
She repeatedly ignores data e.g.the low use of DNA but spending money on it instead of police officers who are responsible for most captures of criminals.
She ignores CSPs and others then comes out with figures that will never work.
David Cameron - I know you have to compromise with the grandees of the party but you are putting the country at risk, especially the little people.
Geosynchronous. Geostationary would make it drop like a stone.
Use the money for more police officers.
They have been cut and cut again.
a small pile of rocking horse droppings outside.
But it would take at least a decade for demand to change to match supply, who will dump enough enough money in to support that?
It's El Reg.
Look at Newsnight - it used to be a flagship programme and in recent years they do whatever they like and expect to get away with it.
We heard about the Lord McAlpine issue because he had the influence ot raise it, they lie about little people to make easy airtime who can't afford to defend themselves.
There is an attitude that they don't answer to anyone which is still too prevalent and this is what must be addressed.
I have to agree about Al jazeera - I watched some of their broadcasts during the uprising in Egypt and they have the proffesionalism the BBC used to lead the world in.
It is important to remember their origins - originally set up as the BBC Arab world channel and trained accordingly. It shows.
After chips, particularly complex digital ones, have been in use for several years the oddities such as soft errors become known and this helps with risk managment.
On an earthbound note I had soem 8051 code that couldn't subtract properly and it turned out that the borrow flag wasn't set by the SUBB instruction at a particular address which was in turn cured by emilinating clock noise!
They buy the coffee for their UK operation through their Swiss operation at a 20% hike and then hide the Swiss profits elsewhere.
I suggest you look at those 'mythical' companies.
Then explain your agenda.
Oh, and then look at the 'mythical' satellites I have seen in places like Portsmouth.
Yes, that was this week from the 'flagship' new programme.
The arrogance of this publicly funded body is unbelievable and the corruption that allows them to continue in this way is horrifying.
Something had to be done and I am sure this will need revising but a start.
"The diginity of the office" - it gets used to excuse cover things up.
Meanwhile those who strip these services to the minimum so workers are overloaded walk away from it.
Know where don't know when...
420,000 possible litigants - go for it!
They didn't bother.
This would be consistent with a massive armed raid - with M4s that fire 700 rounds per minute!
It will still be 1-2 generations before fusion is practical but then He3 will become very valuable - the one realistic part of Iron Sky!
This is a result of injected nitrites to make the bacon retain more water.
Literally diluting the product.
It means that when the current livestock have been baconified(tm) they will raise a lot less next time or maybe move to a different type of farming.
Good to see people innovating - Apple have just been tweaking for a while now.
So stop stressing and enjoy the occasional silliness!
Arqiva handle the tramsission system, they DO NOT produce or manage content. If you want a fragmented transmission network go to Australia, their programme guide is all voer the place.
As for an internet connection that "handles megabytes" that should be "megabits per second".
Not the standard I expect from El Reg.
This is cool!!
Earth's first visit to interstellar space and both craft have survived 35 years SO FAR.
North/South etc. are relative to the ecliptic plane. If they avoid the ecliptic then they are less likely to hit particles I guess.
Mwah ha ha.
Did you expect sympathy for a company that abuses any idea of privacy e.g. putting users into adverts, disabling privacy on accounts when someone reaches 18 etc.?
Our rights are slowly eroded on the basis that little people can't fight back, we need big names to stand up at times.
I play my media through XBMC so have ripped discs I BOUGHT AND PAID FOR but this 'Cinavia' thing will try to kill that off.
I can get around it but many people can't. How long until the film industry find a way to disable playback of discs themselves through some key revocation and use that to limit how long you can use a disc?
Will a photo of an emtpy plate do?
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