>> CMP R3,R3
Ahh, the joys of MACRO-11
You could also do
There was also TST R3 which did the same as CMP
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>> CMP R3,R3
Ahh, the joys of MACRO-11
You could also do
There was also TST R3 which did the same as CMP
But the digital still needs the spectrum space and each digital channel still takes the same space as an analog, they can just fit more channels into it.
There are also a lot of other non TV users of the VHF and UHF spectrum. CB radio, Hams, land mobile even wireless car and garage remotes. It would be funny if MS stuffed them up and no one could open their car or garage door.
>> Try a bunch of graphic designers who all insist that they need, nae, deserve calibrated monitors
Worked with one like that loved pastel shades. Totally useless in the real world of 'standard' cheap monitors where 3 shades of light pastel pink all looked the same. And we also had problems with colour blindness.
>Sometimes, you just can't fix stupid.
Yes you can see if you can get them to become a candidate for a Darwin Award
I grew up during the days of the Vietnam war, there is NO WAY I can ever trust any government. And that goes double for the idiots in power in Australia at the moment.
The state governments are even worst, and just think back to the Joh's Queenland....
Yep, I've seen them tap and go for everything including a half in the local pub. When I'm drinking give me money, once I run out I know I've had enough and go home.
I would hate to see the result of a "good" nights drink on a tap and go especially as they get more and more pissed and hit the top shelf. Ha Ha
It was in the early 80's I was on a team working on a ship simulator that used three sets of CRT projectors for the display.
At one stage during testing all the displays were showing a black sea and white sky. One of the CRT display tubes cracked. From that point on water cooling was added....
Agreed the big difference is not the frequency range.
The difference between 16 bits and 24 bits is the dynamic range and that can make a considerable difference. The quiet will be quiet etc.
1812 overture anyone!
Got da be metal, the heaver the better. Metallica, Ramstein, Celtic frost....
>Say what you will, the breaks are a legal requirement.
If so someone should tell companies like IBM that have these mandated (well mandated in terms of if you don't turn up you get a negative evaluation) lunch briefings / project planning meetings / ...
And of course you have to take your own food in.
Oh yea, unless someone cuts the cable. Ha Ha
Had better watch out! They had one of the characters Oliver Wendell Jones using a Banana Jr. 6000 computer.
Mark Zuckerberg summarized his plan thus: "Give everyone the power to share anything with anyone."
Yea, as long as everything shared goes via farcebork so all that lovely data can be mined and then passed on to the next person with "value added advertisements".
Have an upvote
What you have stated matches exactly what was found in the Dunedin Longitudinal study.
There's nothing antediluvian about corporal punishment no matter how many libtards cry crocodile tears about it.
Yes there is especially when there has been a miscarriage of justice and an innocent person is found guilty. Time inside can to a certain extent be compensated by money. But there is no compensation for murder by death penalty. Same for cutting off body parts.
How would you suggest compensating a innocent person who has "been beaten to within an inch of his life in jail" especially if that beating caused permanent damage / disability?
fine-grain cookie management - Sad :-( but you can still block 3rd party cookies from the above settings
No, you can use Settings -> Privacy -> Firefox will "Use custom settings for history" -> [ ] Accept cookies from sites to select individual sites to be excluded. This is just not only 3rd party.
The old kit can be very useful as DR cold standby especially if some tool puts a backhoe* through that nice bit of fiber between you and the cloud.
* Could also include various natural disasters earthquakes, floods even bush fires as an example.
Even if you pay the GST it will still be considerably cheaper than the local prices.
As far as I'm concerned I will no longer buy anything from harvey norman. Screw them!
At least a Whopper is a decent burger
You what! That burger in the picture looks like no whopper that I've ever been served, it isn't sagging or leaking liquid and you can actually see some green stuff in it (I assume that it is lettuce..).
Looking at that photo gave me a real "Falling down" moment!
Then you spend weeks/months going back and forth between the business and technology teams with both sides hating you for just doing your job.
That just means you aren't actually doing your job. The whole thing about being a BA is being a Business Analyst which mean working out what are the actual problems and pain points of the business. Being a BA is NOT just passing on a solution that has been requested by a customer.
I am qualified as BA and have worked as a BA and the first thing you learn (if you don't you are an idiot) is that humans all ways define the problem in what they perceive as the solution.
A little example is the person who comes into the shop looking for a star shaped piece of glass to fix a broken window.
So instead of giving a set of requirements to the build team defining a star shaped piece of glass the actual requirements are "Replace Window" simple.
<End Trainer mode/>
If as a BA all you do is pass through what the client asks for then you deserve all the shit you cop.
Everything is 'agile', because that's the best case for terrible lazy programmers, even if they're using a completely different methodology.
Worst are the lazy BAs who can't get their shit together to actually put functional and non functional requirements together. All they do if wait for something to appear then say "That's not what I wanted". Maybe if they had pulled finger out and actually defined the requirements they would actually get what they wanted first time through without wasting all the time and money.
Technically 'agile' just means you produce working versions frequently and iterate on that.
No, technically agile means having no clue as to what is required and to evolve the requirements as you build. All well and good if you have a dicky little web site but if you are on a very / extremely large project with fixed time frame and fixed budget you are royally screwed trying to use agile as there is no way you can control scope.
Hell under agile no one has any idea what the scope is!
Nah, the next rehabilitation program will be the stripping and recycling of nuclear weapons....
Anything server from Microsoft is useless in my view.
Me thinks you are a tad arrogant, I have a mix of Windoze and linux at home and I've got a problem
My broadband maxed out, first thought was one of those bloody windoze systems has "got" something. But after disconnecting the various system it turns out the culprit is my Debian video recorder.
So careful who you blame...
The Computer says "No!"
It has the same orbit period and crosses in and out of Neptunes orbit which means if it is promoted back to a planet it means that and Neptune and it will be swapping between planet position 7 and 8.
Pluto is is also not on the ecliptic....
That's it total death of radio, AM and SW will be completely useless.
Things like WiFi
You mean WiFi as invented by the Australian CSIRO.....
Ditch AM, FM, DAB and DAB+. And analogue TV (we're still doing NOTHING with those frequencies, right?)
Allocate the frequencies to 3G/4G/5G.
Yea, right. During the Black Saturday bush fires in Victoria Australia the 3G/4G/5G was the first communication infrastructure to fail. At least with old style AM you have the geographic coverage from a single transmitter without the requirements for repeaters.
Everyone's mum makes the best food :)
No way, mine was Scottish and everything was either deep fried, boiled to oblivion (20m or more) or burnt. You should have seen her steak eggs and chips. The steak was black and hard, the egg was rubbery and chips, well it is quite difficult to stuff up chips but there were times when they were so crisp.
As least my dutch father could cook.
Tramp: UK, so glad we have a temperate climate and non-invasive fauna.
What about the greater british CHAV...
sometimes human stupidity just seems to know no bounds
The universe is finite human stupidity is infinite..
Really the only practical move is to make it so that the content at the comms endpoints is accessible (on warrant) to the right good guys.
The issue is "who are the good guys" outside of america it is NOT the FBI, CIA various merician state agencies etc...
Even inside merica who really trust the government?
People sometimes "correct" me for looking both ways when crossing a one-way street.
In Melbourne Australia looking both ways is a must as the concept of a one way street is just that, it makes no difference to the average drivers and that even includes the local coppers.
Admittedly there are many inner city roads that could do with better signage. But the local councils don't appear to want to spend the money.
Accuracy of the US... ~1.5 meters. UK 1 meter. (But your Maps and Nav systems are only good to 1.5 meters anyway. )
In New Zealand it can be up to 5 metres out, it just depends on how much the last earth quake moved the land around.
In this case someone with power (Disney) laid off employees and then replaced them with people based on their nation of origin (India).
But is this considered racist? My father in law was indian but white as. Would it be racist if they had laid off the employees and replaced them with people based on their nation of origin (Canada)?
Or is it only racist if they laid off the white employees and replaced then with those of indian race.
I'd still think it was somewhat troubling that a foreign power had interfered with it.
Try the New Zealand election just after NZ went nuclear free in the 1980, strangest NZ election ever, way more like a US election with mud slinging character assassination etc. The US got the government changed from labour to national but even the nationals were not up to reversing the nuclear stance. Next election everything was back to normal.
So what goes around comes around... Ha Ha
Email can be a terrible way to communicate.
Still better than something like slack
Any good technologists got sold off to IBM when PWC got rid of PWCC.
If we do away with religion, we do away with so much history, culture, music, literature and drama that we'd pauper ourselves as a society in the process.
@Kiwi, we have done that all ready! As far as you are concerned the ONLY religion that is acceptable is Christianity. What about all the followers of other religions that the Christians have either killed or converted. They have lost their history, culture, music, literature and drama. Or, is it just that their history etc is not valid and that only your god is valid and everything else is wrong.
Actually the lion belongs to the genus Canis
The lion (Panthera leo) is one of the big cats in the genus Panthera and a member of the family Felidae.
I guess all I can do now is go to Canada, where is that immigration portal.
Yea, all the foreign crap beer like old hen, whatneys, marstens, newcastle brown etc they keep trying to serve at mega expensive imported beer prices.
Cheapest and best option yet : a solid white line 3ft* out from the kerb, stencil a bicycle within every 100 yards* or so and NO PARKING. At all.
Won't work in Melbourne, it will end up full of parked cars especially expensive German cars.
The obvious solution is to visually identify the robot cars (similar to cop cars) so they can be played with safely . Anything less would be criminal endangerment of pedestrians!
Aah, a new sport, Disguise a normal car as a robot car and go hunting for idiots.
Your defence was "They just jumped out in front of me you honour and I did not have enough time to react!"
The tree of life is self pruning....
You missed the sarcasm tags..
" I guess the labor laws in South Korea are a bit behind"
Same in australia, Coles, 7-eleven, grilld are good examples of how to abuse your employees.
Mines the one with the spaceling in the pocket.
-0.9s two wind farms drop out -192MW
The fact that two wind farms that would be geographically separated drop out within 0.1 of a second indicates that a lot more was going on. Whatever caused them to drop out would also be the trigger to cause the interconnect to also drop out.
It appears to me that if you are going to overload a wind farm it will drop out hence both going at the same time followed closely by the interconnect.
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