8 posts • joined 19 Aug 2010
His office seems to be based inside a branch of Ikea.
"charged particles - such as ions"
I'm sure my dimly remembered A level chemistry learnings are telling me that all charged particles are ions, as that's what the definition of an ion is.
Am I wrong?
In terms of reliability it's pretty guaranteed to be there every day 24x7. Problems with storms trashing your kit perhaps? I dunno. Just wondered why it's not even mentioned in the piece.
Having a middle-aged crisis seeing a computer system that I grew up with (not even my first computer!) is now being described as ancient. (Beer is obviously the only solution.)
"Thank god I brought the car: I'm far too drunk to walk home"
Er.. I think it is... https://compass.scouts.org.uk/login/User/Login
Somebody probably pointing metasploit at it right now.
If you can be bothered to click on the link to the blog you'll see that yes, indeed, we have lower case menus.
with only 44,000 to choose from I'll easily sort the wheat from the chaff and be able to vote on the sensible one(s).
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