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I found two grammar mistakes in the first couple of paragraphs.. El Reg forgot to proofread?
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Except that this spat was started because Delta ordered a bunch of regional jets from Bombardier. Boeing doesn't make what Delta wants to buy but that still didn't stop Boeing to go running to the courts. There is a market for 100-150 seaters and if you read the article you'd have noticed that Bombardier and Embraer both make jets in this class.
He called just when the hockey game was about to start. Said my PC had a virus. Told him that yes, it did seem slow and that I was having a problem running his software because I was getting popups. (I love Linux..!!) then told him to hang on while my "PC" booted while watching the first period. Making sure to check in now and then with strange "Virus" messages (telling him that I got a "Your PC is stoned" message is one not anyone has fallen for in like 15 years).
During the first intermission, I tried running his "program" and said it was installing. He asked me to type a few things in, to run regedit and said the response was all the viruses in the system. I asked if I should delete it and thankfully he said "NOOOOO"
During the second period, while waiting for the "program" to load we talked hockey, and what the job prospects at "Microsoft" and if he knew anyone.. when he finally started catching on, the missus (who is Indian BTW) picked up the phone and started talking to him. He was VERY forthcoming, going into detail about the company, where it was, how many people worked there, what the hours were and everything (even passing their phone number and address) until she asked for his manager and chewed his ear off. After a few obscenities he hung up, which prompted a call back, more yelling and then passing all of his information to the RCMP.
[quote]I'm sure there is a huge overlap between this group of reprobates and those that said that they were going to move to Canada if the candidate they didn't like was elected president.[/quote]
No thanks, we don't want them here either. We're taking donations to build a wall between us and the US.
Well the news site "exposing" the White Helmets is the same site that says that a "shadow government" pushing Obama to bomb Syria, and that the Orlando shooter's father was a "CIA asset". Also that there are alien structures on the moon (of course there are, they're called "science experiments" put by Apollo astronauts)
In the end, a group of people who go in and rescue people when the bombs start to fall can have all their work called into question by one person with a computer and a website. Perhaps check other sources for the same story before judging them, or as Voland's Right Hand said, support MSF or someone else.
As a non techie, I am trying to understand this. On an article I read, it said that that the Judge explained it this:
"Judge William Alsup, who presided over the case, once explained that the Java programming platform is a bit like a bookshelf. The API is essentially the way the shelf is organized, so that programmers can find the exact information they need. Google organized the Android platform in the same way to make it easier for Java programmers to write software for the operating system, the jury found, but, to extend Alsup’s metaphor, wrote all the books on the bookshelf from scratch."
Is this valid? I realise I might be so far out of my depth that I have James Cameron in a submersible beside me, bit I'm trying to explain this to someone even less techie than me.
I seriously doubt that the pro-gun lobby really read what is being proposed and instead cranked up the rage-o-meter to 11.
So they close the loophole allowing people to buy guns at gun shows with no background checks. How does that equate to "government coming to take my guns"?
And they close the loophole of people on terrorist watch lists being able to buy guns, or people with mental issues. How does that equate to "government coming to take my guns"? Are all gun owners on the terrorist watch list or mental?
So they advocate for more safety and regulations. How does that equate to "government coming to take my guns". AFAIK the second amendment does call for a "well regulated militia".
But if poor Mr. Ahmed Mohammed bin Laden wants a gun with no background checks, watch the "rage-o-meter" get turned way down.
Yes but the secret service are trained to use guns, know about gun safety and are pretty much registered.
Not so for the people leaving their guns on the coffee table for the kids to shoot someone with.
When was the last time a secret service agent shot himself accidentally or shot someone by accident?
Better regulation doesn't meant that "they're coming to take the guns away", it means making sure the person owning a gun is able to in a responsible manner.
I searched all the different makers for a wrist gadget to suit me.
None of the android watches focus enough on the fitness part for me, and the apple watch is more bling than useful.
Finally settled on the MS Band 2. Waiting for it to get here, but from what I see it really does what I want it to, integrates well with Android and has a purpose that I don't currently have a gadget for.
I can see fitness bands outselling watches by a large margin, not sure why they aren't considered in statistics.
I still have yet to see an apple watch on anyone's wrist. Forget that, I still have yet to see an actual physical apple watch.
Most of the climate change deniers will now use this guy as the "even scientists agree that its no big deal" example.
And any attempts by other scientists to validate his data or offer a rebuttal will be taken as "a government conspiracy".
We're pretty well and truly fucked. This year we've got the biggest El Nino on record. Can't wait to see how that ends up for everyone.
Windows has committed.
Google has not. There's nowhere where you buy a phone where people say that they are going to be giving you free software updates. Apple doesnt, Google doesnt, Blackberry doesnt, heck, even Windows Phone doesnt.
Why the expectation for them to?
Computers are being used for longer, there are still people using windows 98 and windows XP. Just because their systems are vulnerable should they go screaming at the media? Even after the support window has expired?
This is so badly worded and the definitions so broad that pretty much anything can fall under this umbrella..
Last year, during the pipeline protests, the government remarked that the "environmentalist" were threatening the economy of Canada. Officially, they are now "terrorists". The new Alberta government threatens to tax the oil companies who are threatening to take their business elsewhere. The government could now be considered a "terrorist".
First nations, who's treaties with the government designate their land as "sovereign" meaning that the government can't run a pipeline through their lands threaten to stop the pipeline. They are terrorists now. If the Bloc Quebecois still want separation, they are "terrorists" now.
There is no oversight whatsoever and they don't have to report to anyone.
People are still fighting against this, and Harper is pretty much out of Ottawa come next year.
Oops he deleted his post..
Saying something like that is tantamount to accusing someone for instance:
If I went to the media and said that I believe you were a sex offender but I'm getting the evidence together, how would the media treat that? Do you think that it may bias someone who might be looking to hire you for a job?
Similar to my experience with the Apple store.
Wife had an iPhone with a dying battery. We go to the store, it isn't terribly busy so we try to approach the counter. iPlod blocks our way with an iPad in hand saying we need to make an appointment to see someone. Ok.. so we ask, when is the next appointment.
Wife looks at her watch. It's 4:30. Shrugs her shoulders while he makes the appointment.
You may now proceed to the counter.
In restaurant menus, they have the prices of wine (for example):
Most of them are priced around $40-60 for example except for one bottle that costs $400. The cost of the wine in most cases is $10 at most.
The reason the $400 one exists is to make the $40-60 bottles look affordable. People come in, look at the price list and noticing the $400 bottle, think that the $40-60 ones are a good alternative. And the house makes $30-50 a bottle.
I would expect that the cost to produce the actual watch is probably around $50-100 at most. When you consider one model at $17000, suddenly $350 doesnt sound so expensive, although almost all Android Wear watches are better and less than $350
Of course it can run XCode. Its an Apple device.
Its like saying I designed a car that can get from place to place. Of course it can, if it couldn't it wouldnt be a car.
If this couldn't run XCode, it wouldn't be an Apple Device.
Oh look, my Samsung phone can run Android. Whoop de do.
"or wait till you get home.
or get a macbook pro."
Ah.. the usual Apple excuse. The problem is you.
So any Apple user who has one of these can only take pictures with an iPhone and sync it to the cloud. How much data is that going to be exactly?
Besides, if everything was meant to be on the cloud, then Apple have just come out with a glorified and expensive chromebook.
"Some people don't use USB drives very much these days, especially people used to tablets, wireless printers, Dropbox, and 'good enough' phone cameras that don't require an SD card. Those who do can buy the Macbook Air or Pro."
Ah so it's just a $1200 iPad with a keyboard attached. How innovative.
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