Missing the expected heliocentric orbit
Obviously it needs an over the air update to the maps.
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Obviously it needs an over the air update to the maps.
I think you have to actually be driving it (or someone does) in order to claim the mileage.
Many years ago when I was a system programmer we had a big red ermergency power off button on the wall by the exit. I was working on a communications box which was directly under the button and straightened up and hit the button with my shoulder shutting everything in the computer room down. The second time it happened I suggested that we cover the button with a plastic flip up cover, my boss threatened to fire me if it happened again instead. The third time it happened, I was in my cubicle and popped up and yelled "Not Me! I'm here!". The plastic cover got installed.
Based on 6 years per device.
We ran a Token Ring network with over 256 devices attached on Phone cable (type 3). One day 2 of my co-workers returned from an IBM info session and stated that they had learned that TR could support all the nodes on the backup route, that is, instead of having all the MAUs connected, 2 were disconnected from each other turning the ring into a horseshoe, and they were going to test our backup route. They pulled the plug between 2 of our MAUs and immediately crashed our network, leading to our discovery that we were already running on the backup route.
Also, although I worked with IBM mainframes as a system programmer, I was not aware that you could not just yank the bus and tag cables off a peripheral without causing an issue. On the other hand, I never had any need to know this as IBM did all our hardware support, and we never removed any older hardware, just added new.
Tell that to the pensioners of Sears Canada (and probably the US as well). It recently declared bankruptcy and, after a liquidation "sale" of the available product, closed all the doors. The pension plan is very 20% underfunded although Sears Canada was paying billions of dollars in Dividends to its owners, mostly, Sears US, while not topping up the fund. The pensioners were warning that Sears was going belly up from at least 2008, yet nothing was done because there was no law requiring them to do so.
If I understand this correctly, a bunch of volunteers were attempting to build a Linux based operating system for the National Health Service. They decided to do this by themselves, without an agreement with the NHS and referred to their project using NH as part of the description, which the NHS took exception to.
I am trying to figure out why no one else sees a problem with this process. 1. NHS is a MAJOR user of computer systems. If there is a problem with the OS, who do they turn to for support? The authors are volunteers, what if they get tired of supporting the issues and decline to provide further support? 2. If there is a problem with the OS, and a fix is required immediately, these volunteers are of limited number and employed (hopefully) at paying jobs. Will they be able to tell their current bosses, "Oh, I won't be in to work for a while as I have to fix a problem at NHS?" As we have seen with the Spectre issue, there are problems which are highly resistant to quick solution so how will the OS be sustainable
So why didn't you complain about copper's, which is possessive and should have been coppers, plural or, if they had the kabobs with them coppers' (plural possessive) kabobs (plural, non-possessive)?
I think that the VM OS will have to be patched because the Guest will be accessing its own OS's version of the Kernel, not the Hypervisor's.
you are aware, are you not, that you can tell W10 when to install updates? Including when you are not there to be interrupted?
"Can't we get rid of May?"
Took me a while to figure this one out since I don't live in the UK.
Surely a London TDA driver would be taking you past St. Paul's or the Abbey 3 times, not York Minster?
Many years ago I had the opportunity to install a copy of Kaspersky's AV. It asked for so much personal information including address, and as I recall, date of birth, that I said what the heck (ok, not heck) is this baloney, (ok, not baloney, but another B word) why the heck (again, not heck) do they need this info and cancelled the install.
and they pay sh*t for it as well.
That would depend on where you live. Here in the Great White North (which includes our Atlantic Provinces which typically get more snow than the slightly more westerly province that I live in, it will frequently take many minutes of flowing air, hopefully warmed up to clear a reasonable portion of the windshield.
I also would like memory seats and mirrors and dual temp controls.
"You're talking shit. It was Indiana Jones that shot Greedo first."
Are we sure it wasn't John Book?
While Harrison Ford played both Deckard and Han Solo, I think that you will find that Han Solo is the one who shot Greedo
I suppose next you will be wanting a cable to go with your new printer as well? Generally companies don't supply content cables for 2 reasons 1) they assume that the device is a replacement device 2) they cost money that could be better spent (/sarcasm) providing higher paycheques for upper management and/or higher dividends for owners.
one hopes it's not an sn
I think that the government should be certifying that the software is fit for purpose through testing the AV, which would alieve any concerns about passenger liability, since the automobile is the driver, any meatsacks in the vehicle are merely passengers. This should result in lower insurance premiums (HA!) all round since there will be much lower exposure to liability. For those who will immediately jump on and suggest that the government will do no such thing, please remember that they already specify many things in our automobiles from lights to restraint systems and already crash test vehicles.
"And then there was a car driving along with no lights on...always on dashboard lights and super bright LED daylight running lights, especially in well lit areas seem to distract some people from actually checking their lights are on."
There's a lot of that goes on. I think that the console lights should not be on unless the headlights are on. Or that they get rid of the light switch entirely and go with auto on all the time.
As for those idiots in Lycra, there are tons of those around here and they seem to think that they own the road, especially the smaller rural roads within our region (and probably all the others as well). There are tons of non-Lycra clad cyclists who don't seem to believe in lights or reflectors either and do believe in dark clothes are the thing for riding your bike at night.
doesn't everyone, municipal, state and federal get elected on the same day? Dog catcher to president if it that point in the election cycle?
It was (is?) on the DC license plate as residents of DC, not being residents of a state, do not get to vote in federal elections.
I can't believe you watched that!
I think that either current taxi companies or auto manufacturers will be the ones renting you the autonomous vehicle. I would be more likely to trust an autonomous vehicle from Ford, GM, Jaguar-Rover, BMW, the VW group, rather than one designed by Uber or Lyft.
My spouse's 2006 Corolla received the air bag replacement last year. So not like cell phones.
That has been my thought about autonomous vehicles since people started talking about them. Why bother going to the expense of buying one when you can use your phone app to get your favourite luxury vehicle waiting at your door, fully charged and ready to go. Even the vomit from the previous nights last user cleaned up and de-odorized.
That would certainly be a fun hack for certain types of people.
Some are only pointy at one end so as to be able to attach a small outboard motor at the other.
Also, do ARM patent or copyright their designs?
I would think that Arm's licensing the designs to multiple outside companies would count as "implemented"
Or a higher percentage of people who had an issue decided to respond than people who haven't had a problem. I have a Surface Pro 1, which admittedly I do not use as much as I use my desktop but I bought it when the Pro 2 came out and I haven't had a problem with it yet.
I always prefered:
99 bottles of beer on the wall
99 bottles of beer
take one down and pass it around
98 bottles of beer on the wall.
repeat as needed.
It was an IBM engineer, not Bill. The 640K was a limitation of the design an 8 bit IBM personal computer. The maximum memory size was 1024K, of which IBM reserved the top 384K addresses for IO functions, so no Bill had no reason to say it.
It may simply have been that they thought that no one was depositing $10000 at a time through an ATM. As a previous poster pointed out, the machines only accept 50 notes at a time, which means that to deposit $10,000 in a single transaction, ie stuffing sufficient notes in for a single counting episode, would require 10 $1,000 notes, or 20 $500 notes or 50 $200 notes or some combination such as 6 $1000 notes and 40 $100 notes. On the other hand, walking into a branch and slamming down 1,000 $10 notes would have been much more possible.
Where I worked used SfB (and previously Lync). We used it for presentations, sharing screens, we used it for remote support, again, sharing screens while allowing the support person control, we used it for team meetings, sometimes with video, sometimes without. We even used it to allow the company that managed the building HVAC system remote access to their software installed on one of our laptops, via the SfB web access. I won't say that there weren't any problems, but there were very few.
I was wondering that too since 1CM is only 0.393701 inches, and checking the rest of the comments to see if anyone else noticed.
Because it gives you the weekend to fix your screwup?
As you point out, there is no "I" in Team, there is however a "ME" in "tEaM"
Perhaps because deer don't hop?
Also, it was in '97 not 98.
"On 21 September 1997, a division by zero error on board the USS Yorktown (CG-48) Remote Data Base Manager brought down all the machines on the network, causing the ship's propulsion system to fail."
You don't actually have to change the default search engine. All you have to do is type "google.com" in the UrL bar.
But didn't the watchmakers fixed the coffee machine? (been a long time since I last read it)
Self-driving cars will effectively be public transit. I enjoy driving and if I cannot drive my car, then why would I bother owning it? It costs a fortune in maintenance and insurance to own a vehicle, not to mention the initial purchase or lease cost. There is a reason that Uber is designing their own. Taxi companies will also be quite happy to purchase autonomous vehicles and dispatch them to transport you at need and at a lower cost than self-ownership. Indeed, you will probably be able to order, at a higher cost of course, a luxury vehicle rather than a basic one. And, if after a night of carousing at your local watering hole, you should accidentally soil the vehicle, because you have paid with your credit card through the app, the cleaning cost can also be charged back to you, with video evidence from from the in-vehicle camera.
Anti-lock brakes are fine on dry pavement and you just need to stop. They are not so fine on gravel, snow, or just plain wet roads.
Mr. Clean has a clean shaven head, so no, not him.
Since any cloud drive requires that you sign up for a provider's account, those are also utterly worthless to you. If you don't want to sign up, then don't. But stop whining about not wanting to agree to the requirements of the provider to get something free.
Really? I had no problem pinning the other 2 browsers or any other program I use to the start menu. I would try with chrome, but I don't want it on any machine which I use, for various reasons including the fact that I consider it to be bigger spyware than Windows 10.
DTraceunder the GPL
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