* Posts by SealTeam6

13 posts • joined 16 May 2011

Sysadmin's three-line 'annoyance-buster' busts painstakingly crafted, crucial policy


Re: Great system...

The one closest to root, of course. In this case 'etc'.

Hole-y ship: ISS 'nauts take a wander to crack Soyuz driller whodunnit


Re: Bits of foil

how can you vacuum when space is a vacuum ?

vacuums work by sucking in air, and dust with it.

Sorry, but NASA says Mars signal wasn't Opportunity knocking


it was Mark Watney

PACK YOUR BAGS! Two Trappist-1 planets have watery oceans, most likely to be inhabitable


Re: "why does the artwork always show a scenery which is pretty much unlikely?"

Yes, we get illiterate people on this site too...

LG G7 ThinkQ: Ropey AI, but a feast for sore eyes and ears


think it's a ThinQ

Isn't it a ThinQ and not a ThinKQ ? No 'K'.

I "ThinQ" so.

Security guard cost bank millions by hitting emergency Off button


Re: Kim or Ken?

No. In a fire it is actually the smoke which kills you. That's what I was taught by the Fire service.

The Psion returns! Meet Gemini, the 21st century pocket computer


Re: OS

"The Psion OS was more akin to DOS." Not all all! EPOC was much more advanced than DOS.

Top CompSci boffins name the architectures we'll need in 2030


Cloud is sexy

Cloud is sexy right now but no one mentions the terrible latency. I would not put a CPU architecture in the cloud because of that.

Why should I learn by ORAL tradition? Where's the DOCUMENTATION?


Re: The only thing better than a weird CMS ...

What about Alfresco ?

(I work for them)

Bad movie: Hackers can raid networks with burnt Blu-Rays


Java is NOT an OS

to Joe Drunk

Micro Men: The story of the syntax era


Watch it!

It can be found on YouTube (in the UK, at least).

Quadriplegic woman demos advanced mind-control of robot arm


Cyber woman

You will become like us ...

Mozilla to shift 12m surfers off 2-year-old Firefox 3.5

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Firefox 4.0.1

Unfortunately 4.0.1 crashes a lot, even without any plugins. 3.5/3.6 is much more stable....

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