Paging the estate of John Cage...
51 posts • joined 1 Apr 2011
Paging the estate of John Cage...
GRSecurity doth complain to much, methinks.
This was originally a plan for 7 diffferent large redundant networks (14 POI plan) but the ACCC stuck its nose in and dictated a 121 POI plan (no redundancy).
This will NOT be an NBN until traffic can get from Perth to Sydney without leaving the NBN network.
Right now its 121 RBNs.
Here in DownUndaLand Durex is a brand of Sticky Tape, made for an interesting moment reading the headline...
But, if vacation first appeared in BSD4.3, then it was created in California...
The command appeared in BSD 4.3
And wikipedia tells me BSD4.3 was released June 1986.
So that's 30 years ago...
Australia's NBN was going to be a sleek looking mouse.
Then politics got involved.
Now it's an elephant.
Sorry the T&C of my service provider tells me not to provide *my* password to *anyone*.
Im not about to breach them just for you, so I guess I will continue to NOT VISIT the USA...
PS: My country is better than yours, nah nah nah nah nah...
Now where is my coat?
I guess the release of the fire suppression gas would instantly stop the network too...
I solved this problem, I emailed Mr Tudge to introduce myself as one who is being told he has a debt that I believe doesnt exist..
87.5% of phones are running the Android platform.
12.1% are Apple
00.3% the rest
So what are the other 0.1%??
Not to mention the email I received earlier this week telling me that voicemail services will be turned off for skype-skype calls... You know a phone call is a phone call is a phone call.... I wonder if I can get phone number portability on my Skype-in number (as it is listed as my primary contact for business).
I would recommend the best vehicle to get there would be fitted with blades, fast spinning ones that repel the earth and allow you to float/hover and such...
Yep, rent a chopper..
This is the costs incurred when creating 121 REGIONAL Broadband Networks instead of the original 7 that were planned...
Out of interest, what were your parent's speed on copper compared to yours?
When the person doing the report is from Telstra, then I have a large vat of salt to go with any report they come up with regarding NBN
So if I am approaching my car on foot and indicate to another driver who is visibly looking for a spot that I am about to vacate, am I then committing an offence? As I see it the APP is doing nothing more than allowing me to broadcast my intent a little wider and quieter.
Well thats the problem with this federal government today, it seems that they are still thinking and acting like its the 1950s, and unfortunately them new fangled computer things just dont exist yet..
Have to wonder if they have budgeted in the extra costs to bandwidth and traffic costs into the equation, plus the sites that have small thin pipes to them at present.
Now if only Google could fix the file duplication bug that it has would be great. (https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/drive/Yjmkd4nbhw4%5B1-25-false%5D)
For the 18 years Ive been working in the IT industry there has always been an oversupply of potential employees, always got to watch your back because someone else wants your job.
I can show you locations where the microwave links are still in daily use for telephone calls and can handle a blindingly fast 9600baud if you are lucky.
Cant help wonder if Microsoft will compensate me for data downloaded thrice instead of the once, after all traffic costs in Australia and I'm on a quota plan, in fact this download alone over three devices could account for 18% of my monthly allocation instead of the 6% for getting it once.
So Im going to be sued if i have Coffee with friends???
What a stupid law, dont tell me... its from America right???
As an NT resident I can tell you that there is far more coverage in the smaller towns than you think, but only if you are with Tel$tra.
Gopher worked far faster over 2400baud modems.
Robertson noted that technologies like the terabit transport are important, since both Internet and non-Internet data traffic are doubling each year.
Yet Telstra's latest mobile phone plans double the call and text quotas and halves the data useage available... left hand/right hand I think.
Can I have a Galaxy Tab instead?
Sounds like Libel to me.
The 'learned' judge should also ban the sale of the iPhone so as to create a level playing field, and also encourages both sides to conclude the legal action in a timely manner. As it stands Apple can now drag its pathetic, tantrum stamping feet, as long as it wants.
what if there was a way that the stream only needed to be sent out once, kind of like a broadcast signal, we could call it mulitcast or something???
If it cant be played on my PCs Blueray Disc Player then its faulty and I want my money back.
One of only two series I ever got into (can you guess the other one)
I wish her clear skies.
(in a previous life: Perick, Healer Craft Second, Harper's Tale MOO)
What is this Rugby thing you speak off, is that the game where grown men run around a filed having a fight over a ball?? This is central Australia here, we play Aussie Rules...
The town is spellt Wauchope, you were there, you saw the signs, and you still didn't spell it right.
Also you dont need to move off the road for an oncoming roadtrain on the Stuart Highway (unless your a wimp) you just need to keep driving in a straight line. The highway is designed for two of those things to pass each other head to head, so your little car is no issue.. grow a pair...
UPDATE from the World Solar Challenge: 'Due to bushfires at Barrow Creek and road closures a new control stop has been established at Wauchope 116km south of Tennant Creek to replace the control stop at Barrow Creek. Three cars – Tokai, Nuon & Michigan are currently in that control stop. Event officials are awaiting advice from Police regarding the re-opening of the Highway.'
The NT News has just reported on their facebook page (at about 13:30 ACST)
The Solar Car Challenge might be interrupted. Bushfires NT have just informed us they are planning to close the Stuart Highway, at Barrow Creek, due to raging bushfires.
Hmmm Barrow Creek and British backpackers........
at: 13:30 (ACST)
The Solar Car Challenge might be interrupted. Bushfires NT have just informed us they are planning to close the Stuart Highway, at Barrow Creek, due to raging bushfires
They hold it at this time of year because if they held it earlier they wouldnt get enough sun on the southern half f the continent to run the car, if they held it later they wouldnt get enough sun on the northern half of the country.
The southern winters are overcast most of the times anyways..
Until you get south of Tennant Creek you have a better chance of hitting a buffalo, donkey or wild pig than you do a kangaroo.
Just for reference, the boys in blue in the NT wear Khaki.
And if your internet connection is fubar, I'm guessing your using someone other than Telstra for your service provider.
Not at all, the BEGIN line was part of the message as placed by a program called UUEncode. it turned all the 8bit characters into 7bit characters that could then be represented as ASCII characters. Look it up.
FIDOnet carried binaries the same way.
Let just hope they make the system Android Friendly too?
I have patented the useage of the * to obfuscate swear words, please pay me my royalties :)
Seriously this patent BS is getting worse by the day, how on earth can you patent the bleedingly f**king obvious?
See here for another rant from another ex-pat Australian having the same argument with G+.
From the article: "average wage (about $AU1,300 here, $US800 there)." when can I find a job that is paying this 'average' you speak of, mine is more like the figure you quote for the 'there' site.
That AND I get to live in the most expensive capital city in the country (and no I dont mean Sydney).
This is all old hat, we had near field communications many years ago.
It was called bluetooth.
At least on my XP box when I click delete it starts deleting, and not discovering every bloody file its about to delete.
XP search is far superior to Win7 search, and a damn site easier to navigate.
In reality the Network is 121 Regional Broadband Networks (or RBNs) that will be stitched together by a third party provider (Telstra, Optus, NextGen). For example the Northern Territory FSA will not be able to connect to the rest of Australia, (let alone the world), without using some other party that is NOT the NBNco in order to do so.
Thats no over-reaction, thats just Queensland Police being Queensland Police (aka Fun Police)
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