Re: Patented battery design
to be fair like a lot of apples "patents" it is often something already done by another company years ago combined with the weak american patent system that grants anything you put on a bit of paper and pass to them
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"What I found more worrying is the gaol time for those viewing "terrorist material" on-line. Who defines what is "terrorist material"? Government could decree any sites working on disrupting their plans are "terrorist material"."
i think that is the direction they are planning on taking, to include any content to the left of enoch powell
The look and basis of the character Harry Potter is based on the character of Ponder Stibbons and the actual story is based on a story by Neil Gaiman
For some good illustrations of Ponder Stibbons to compare the point please check the hardback edition of "The Last Hero"
after a quick seach on google i came up with this from the book http://www.xirax.fatal.ru/discworld/pictures/large/Ponder_tlg_resize.jpg
yes, stackless python to be precise
Although things could get a bit iffy that way, CCP (the company that made and maintains eve) is based in Iceland, however the do have an office in Newcastle and the servers(not including the servers for the special version just for china) being in a datacenter somewhere around London
It is true that i have not used norton for many years due to all the stability issues that it came with, but then at the same time i also found norton ghost absolutely wondeful to use
It just gets to the point where a product burns all the good will your willing to give the company.
It doesnt matter how good they maybe now, the damage to their rep for me and many others has already been done and there are many av products out there which havent had the same issue
The moral of the story is if you release shoddy product after shoddy product, no matter how good the next one is people will always remember the bad ones and avoid it like the plague
The Major problem that i can see is if and when they actually start mining and the fact that no-one can agree on what part of the seas and oceans in the area belong to which countries
Hopefully the UN will not give permission for any sort of mining until atleast that part is sorted out otherwise there could be some very upset people with large military budgets and grudges to settle
Most likely they didnt lock the systems down properly
reminds me of when i was at college and the library computers ran windows 3.11 which had 3rd party software installed to keep them secure including locking down the run command, of course it didnt take long to figure out that all that you needed to do was to alt-tab to the security software and press alt-f4 to shut it down!!
Your problem is that early on you took a crude political stance on copyright, and are now rejecting evidence and arguments that undermine this position - a very selective and (ultimately) doomed approach.
Oh i dont know it seems to work for big business and politicians
Tbh as a talk talk customer myself i have found that once you get past the drones in the call center the support is very good. They do seem to still have alot of technical issues but i do sometimes wonder how much of this is down to the fact of how the exchanges are run.
I do agree with the billing issues that people have the time between being able to access your bill and them taking it out of your bank account is ridiculously small sometimes being a matter of 3 working days notice. ontop of their actual billing service falling over on occasion and not triggering the DD and dropping charges onto your account because of said service falling over.
But again once you get past the foreign call center and get to speak to someone who lives and works in the uk the service is excellent
Its for the fact that france has been anti-anythingnotfrench for the last 20 years atleast.
It doesnt matter if google is 100% innocent or as guilty as sin.
At the current moment france has lost all credibility and any investigation should be done by either another country or by the EU as a whole.
A long time ago when i studied GCSE Statistics the first lesson that we learnt was that statistics mean whatever you want them to mean.
This still rings true, both arguements for and against global warming can be proven correct with statistics, the major differences between proving it correct or incorrect would be the size and scale of the statistical samples used.
And anybody dealing with statistics that wishes to prove or disprove a theory with them will use the data sets that best fit their preferred outcome.
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