Re: Transactional Tax
There is already transactional tax. Its called VAT or sales tax.
45 posts • joined 11 Jun 2010
I use one of these as my network printer server on WinXP for 2 printers.
You don't need to install any special drivers, only the printer driver(s). Here's how to do it the easy way without installing the awful and unnecessary Belkin bloatware.
1 Go into Add/Remove Programs, click Add/Remove Windows Components and install Print Services for Unix under Other Network File and Printer Sharing. If Windows asks to restart, click yes.
2 Go into Printers and Faxes and open the Properties dialogue box for your printer and click the Ports tab then click Add Port... Choose LPR port. Click New Port button.
3a A box will pop up with two text boxes. In the first box labeled "Name or address of server providing lpd" enter the IP address of your F1UP0002UK.
3b In the box labeled "Name of printer or print queue on that server" enter lp1 for the printer connected to USB port 1.
If you have another printer on the second USB port, repeat step 2 and 3a this time entering lp2 in the "Name of printer or print queue on that server" box.
Make sure you get the print queue numbers correct for each printer. Don't get lp1, lp2 mixed up else you'll end up using the driver for the first printer on the second one and vice-versa and you'll just get garbled text and symbols being printed.
Hope that helped :)
The way the channels are ordered in the EPG is stupid and illogical. Its totally disorganised.
I use a Nebula DigiTV card and I order the channels according to broadcaster and channel number so related channels are together:
BBC1, 2, 3, 4, BBC HD, Red Button, BBC News
ITV1, 2, 3, 4
C4, C4+1, E4, E4+1, More4, More4+1, Film4, Film4+1
5, 5 US, 5*
then I put the other commercial channels such as Dave, Quest, Yesterday, etc... at the end.
I remove the shopping channels.
That is the way it should've been done from the start. Having BBC3 as 7 for e.g. is ridiculous. It should be no. 3.
Exactly!! I flew to New York last year with parents to visit family i hadn't seen for years so this was my first experience of the TSA.
We had to wait at least an hour in a long queue and once we eventually got to the desk, we had our finger prints and our eyes scanned and were asked loads of silly questions.
Its completely unnecessary and totally ridiculous. Upon arriving back in the UK, all it took was 2 minutes waiting in a short queue and a quick scan of my passport and that was it.
Also why do they have to have stupidly long names for gov' departments, just call the TSA "Border Control" or "US Border" and call Department of Homeland Security simply the "Home Office" like we do in the UK.
"The UK and US were doing the same thing as the Iraqi militias he said, in incarcerating people without trial and not telling them when, or if, they would be released". Maybe 100 years ago but not now.
The UK doesn't jail people without trial then blindfold, chain up and violently beat/cut them for a year and make them drink their own piss. We have human rights laws.
"I would be interesting (*interestED) in meeting the group - which is now a political party within the Iraqi government," he said. "Not sure I would go to Iraq to meet them though, I feel more likely I would meet them at a UN meeting in New York or somewhere similar."
I wouldn't, I'd want to stay away as much as possible. They obviously can't be reasoned with.
You are very wrong. I fix stuff that others say is unfixable and actually make it better than it was originally (e.g. use screws instead of glue in places where screws should've been used in the first place, replace electronic components with higher rated/higher quality ones, use bigger heatsinks, replace plastic supports with metal). I've built and still build stuff from scratch. I'm only 27.
I know more about electronics than my dad does (he's told me) or granddad did.
My dad has more experience with wood though. No screw driver/fixing stuff icon so just used :) instead.
I have iGoogle set as my home page. Its how I keep up to date with the latest tech news. I have The Register, The Inquirer, Anandtech, Toms Hardware, PCWorld.com, Engadget, ExtremeTech, and Make Magazine on it. How will I get my tech fix if Google close it? Theres no alternatives.
Even the local independent Nisa Todays (Harry Tuffins to be specific) supermarket in my town has a Diesel Generator that can power the whole store (including walk in fridge and freezer out the back) if there's a power cut (which isn't very often). You can hear it through out the whole town when running.
If they can afford a generator surely Samsung, a multi billion $ company, can.
What about optical disc (DVD, BlueRay, Holographic in future?)?
Is that a good medium for long term data storage.
I have a few software CDs from 1995 (the same year I had my first PC with a CDROM drive) and they still read fine after 16 years. I've made copies and keep the originals in the boxes so they don't get scratched.
According to Eric Goldman, this is additional evidence that Apple's trademark crusade is nonsense. "Companies that have particularly weak trademarks tend to be overly aggressive in litigation because they're trying to scratch and claw to get something out of nothing," Goldman said. "It's a sign of how desparate Apple is." EXACTLY!!!
Now if only the US patent office would recognise that!
This doesn't just apply to crApple (but mostly it does).
If he legally owns it (which he does), he can do what the hell he likes with it.
Obviously the warranty will be void but if he's opening it, he obviously has experience/knowledge in electronics.
Also, wouldn't the optical drive just be a standard LG or Lite-on IDE drive?
If so would the "hardware" hacking is probably simply just flashing it with custom firmware.
If MS are going to use HTML5 open standards, what was the point of Silverlight in the first place?
If they'd have open sourced it in the first place, maybe there wouldn't have be this problem.
It looks as if they'll eventually just adandon it, having wasted millions (or how ever much it cost) of $.
i've used Norton Ghost before to perform disk backups/transfers, not with 60m files but i can't see why it shouldn't work.
Regularly use it to make my own automated recovery disks by saving the partiton* to an image file, which i then burn to DVD/CD(s) along with a batch script to boot from the DVD/CD.
*i use nLite/vLite to remove crap/add drivers/customise the installation before installing the OS.
Then, once it's booted up, i add essential software (codecs, AV, WinRar/WinZip, Firefox, etc...) before saving everything to the image file.
My current PC is based on the GA-MA770-UD3 rev 2.0 M'brd, Phenom 2 X2 550BE and HD4850 Gfx card.
I use it for gaming and as a media centre, including watching/recording HD channels via a VideoMate S350 satellite card.
My previous PC (which I still have, but is now unused) is based on the GA-7N400 Pro2, Athon XP 2500 and AGP GeForce 6600GT.
To play modern games and smoothly watch HD channels such as BBC HD I needed to upgrade.
Also, for storage, the GA-7N400-Pro2 only has 4 IDE channels and 2 SATA 150 ports.
It still works perfectly OK so I think it may be usefull as a file server.
If i remember correctly, I could never manage to get the CPU temp below about 45 C at stock speed with a lapped Thermalright SLK900. I think this was because the CPU socket only had the plastic clips around it so larger heatsinks that screwthough the MB were not compatible.
By comparison my OC'd to 3.7Ghz X2 550BE has never gone above 31 C with a Scythe Mugen 2.
I used my old PC for many years and I expect my current system to last the same if not longer.
I watched/listened to the video but couldn't tell any difference when it was on or off.
Admitedly, I wasn't listening with headphones, but via my AV receiver and speakers in analogue 2.0 mode.
My computer is connected via 6 channel analogue to the 6ch Ext. Input and also via digital optical S/PDIF. When the digital input is selected, my AV receiver can upmix 2.0 audio to 5.1 so thats what I have it set to most of the time.
I just downloaded flash 10.1. I only use Firefox so why when I go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ and click the Installation instructions link, the page assumes I'm only use IE.
Then further down the page, there's the heading: Installation instructions for Windows non-Internet Explorer. It's shouldn't ****** be "non-Internet Explorer", it should say: Firefox, Opera, Chome, Safari.
Things like that reallly annoy me! The sooner HTML5 becomes standard in all browsers the better.
Then when I click the Agree and Install now button, instead of downloading an actual setup .exe (like it says on the Installation Instructions page under non-Internet Explorer)), i have to install Adobe's stupid download manager .xpi plugin first, which then downloads the latest Flash 10.1 setup to a folder, but doesn't tell me the path or filename.
Why can they just provide simple links to the install programs for each browser so I can specify where I want to download it to?!
Do they really think i'm so stupid to not even know what browser i'm using and how to navigate explorer! I really hate unesseccary bloat like that.
Then on the Thank you page, the "For Firefox users, please see the Installation Instructions" link takes me to a page for Adobe Reader. WTF!?
If Adobe can't even get their website to work properly, no wonder crApple/SJ and some other people refuse to use Flash. I don't exactly like Flash, but since I watch and upload to youtube quite a lot, I have to have it. I have NoScript so that usually blocks adverts.
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