"Ansible comms" - pff...
... Interociter shirly....
813 posts • joined 20 Mar 2012
... Interociter shirly....
... no doubt the creditors will be in for a difficult time. PWC not so much...
... Youtube is your friend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PNd1rldj0k
It's worse even than that. Not only will IBM/HCL need to offer the whole stack BUT it will have to interact seamlessly with the MS offerings, because of the legacy factor. With MS being able to alter the underpinnings of everything they do at will, nobody will be able to offer seamless integration.
...don't ask me how I know...
... but m'learned friends will have had a pay day so that's all right...
I like their pants. Lacy!
I see what you did thar buddah, neatly conflating "takin' down pedos"' with key escrow and whatnot. Lessons from the recent past indicate that's, mostly, not what the access will be used for. In fact one of the uses WILL BE your next door neighbour, who works for The Poh-Lice or tha' Eff Bee Eye and who has taken a dislike to you, because your dog barked at him or your son did sexeh to his teenage daughter, will use access, justified by a tip-off from an anonymous informant, to root though your data, looking for evidence of thought crime. Don't worry though, if you've got nothing to hide you've got nothing to fear...
... drive a Morris Minor there in five months. If there was a road.
Noah Webster, of dictionary fame.
... his lawyers let him down badly.
... no wonder Gartner's press releases get editorial space....
... This is no place for talking sense. Away with you.
... here's an amusing set of correlations which can't have a causation: http://www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations
I just looked, it's in 'Disks' under 'Settings' from what would be the 'Start' menu in Windows. Click the gear-wheel menu icon and select 'Create partition image'....
...Now there's a porn use for AI the progress of the technology will accelerate substantially. The Ai we see in films will be factual in weeks...
... economists are working out how much to cut the price of Xeons to so you go out of business. See El Reg passim for details...
.... 'white list'. With a fee to get on or be retained natch.
Management doesn't include strategy etc now?
A. please don't use the word governance, it means management, use management, unless you want to sound like a an NHS manager.
B. Central management leads to more meetings and more reports, not more action. it actually wastes resources needlessly. If the resources wasted on 'managers' having meetings and driving around in their company cars was redirected to where it's needed the problem would be eliminated.
.... (except to keep them looking busy obv.) the solution is not more management, it's less.
...although i can't imagine a real Doctor Lecter using the adjective nice.
... more food-for-thought.
... here you go: https://www.fastkeys.co.uk/keys
No drilling required!
...and fund it with the media rights. Problem solved.
It's more difficult to use and does a worse job than my OralB 600 Pro, which cost UNDER TWENTY EARTH POUNDS! The Colgate/Omron brush was 138UKP. I think that explains the Apple tie-up?
My 'sound card' has a microphone input. I know it works with a cheap microphone - I use it for Skype. Wouldn't that do the job? Justaskin'
...I'm hoping both sides lose.
...so, in the words of Ms. Rice-Davis, he would say that wouldn't he.
My observation is that, even with massive subsidies from the tax payer, the train service isn't what you might wish.
Time will tell of course, but my money, if I had any, would be on the autonomous cars. Imagine this, you go to work in your car. When you get there you go into work, then your car goes to work as an autonomous taxi, returning later to take you home. After dropping you at home the car works the taxi night shift. I don't think The Holborn Effect will stand in the way of that.
Mr. Assange renounces Australian citizenship and becomes an Ecuadorian citizen. He is then hired as an Ecuadorian diplomat. He then leaves under diplomatic protection (remember the Iranian Embassy fiasco). Problem solved! I should do this professionally!
... the end run is a government run white list because the 'blocking didn't work'. Once the need for a white list is is established a charge will be made to be accepted or retained on the list. Like other similar schemes the charge will be insignifiant at first. Later it will be turned into a source of revenue for the Exchequer.
Alfred Russell Wallace, of evolution fame, won a bet, proving the world is round. He never collected though. Never trust flat-earthers...
...on the desktop since 2014!
If Bill was still in charge this would have been stamped out yeas ago....
For those unfortunates who don't know what Tony is going on about:
<wanders off snapping fingers>"Ooh, bar, ooh bar, ooh bar"
Or would it. Here, for example, is a bug that affected me back when I use Win 7: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/13a7426e-1a5d-41b0-9e16-19437697f62b/windows-7-64bit-corrupting-altering-large-files-copied-to-external-ntfs-drives?forum=w7itproperf
It's hard to say how long the bug existed for before being found, but a fix was a long time coming, in fact I don't know if this was ever fixed. It's part of the reason I moved to Linux.
@Carter - really?, this again? Surely even you can recognise that this is a case of 'many eyes' finding and fixing the problem more-or-less instantly.
Amen to that brother.
...Congressmen and Senators too, so I don't see the Gubmint bending over backwards to help out. In fact I see a Chapter something-or-other bankruptcy down the road. No doubt the astonishing bankruptcy laws of the good ol' USA of America will be used to protect the guilty. See Federal Mogul vs The People of Armley for more details of how these things work.
Plastic Padding* is your friend. It stops the likes of Stuxnet in its tracks.
* Type Elastic natch.
... it's STILL not as good as version 12...
I thought activation keys were OEM image specific? No? Enquiring minds need to know...
...what next ElReg, 'crushcat'?
...like a lot of Linux user I migrated to Mint during the Unity years and I'm more than happy with it.
Err, that notable rain free country the Netherlands. Probably by Hans Lippershy. Check out the Wackpedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_telescope
...to save us from the the oppression of corrupt and lazy politicians. About time too.
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