"We are deeply disappointed that the Committee chose not to provide us with adequate time to...
spin this into something positive..."
122 posts • joined 28 Nov 2013
Which is exactly what happened to my copy of Chequered Flag. Some idiot flicked the polarity switch the wrong way on my cassette power adapter, means the tap unspooled itself into the cassette deck. Took me ages to fish it out.
Chequered flag would only then load if:
It was a tuesday
The wind from from the south east
The ice cream van had already been
the FTSE had lost more than 0.2% for the day
"Cars need massive amounts of bandwidth". Just low latency / high speed
"Complex multi paths" shouldn't be a problem either, as the data has to travel only very small distances
"bunch of metal cars" : by the time 5G is realised, many cars will be composite, not metal
"Alex Stamos, former CISO of Facebook and presently an adjunct professor at Stanford University in the US, took the opportunity to point out a longstanding inconsistency in Cook's position, specifically Apple's desire to do business in China, where authorities have legal support to obtain just about any data they might want"
Of course he did... Whilst there may be an inconsistency, it's better than allowing access to ALL data, something Stamos seems to have forgotten with the whole Cambridge Analytica
Good post. Part of the problem is that the evidence no longer exists. Take Lake Baikal. It exists as part of a rift valley complex. Rift valleys are normally spreading centres between two plates (like the rift valley in Africa, the mid atlantic ridge, etc, etc). There's no plate boundary, however. There might have been, but due to subduction, etc, etc, we'll never know.
The time scale, however, does coincide with the break up of pangaea, however...
Current MacBook Pro: USB-C with Thunderbolt 3, 4 ports, all daisy chain able. That's more than enough for me
And as for the external GPU that can even drive the INTERNAL display....
Yes, not the cheapest thing in the world, but neither is an Aston Martin: And we all know which one you'd want...
I have the same ethos when it comes to beta versions: Under no circumstances should you ever install the first beta of anything.
However, I have to say, I've loved the X. Same screen size as the iPhone 8 plus, same camera, etc, etc, but same size as the iPhone 8. Happy to pay extra to have that convenience.
Also, I've had the phone a few times in the lakes of sweden, doing videos of the fish. You'd have called me mad a couple of years ago, if I'd have suggested that
Yes, I am a bit of a fanboy, but the X has yet to fail me in any way
A week in and it's just as slick as TouchID
It fails every single morning when I wake up and squint at the phone because I'm so short sighted, but it fails in that instance because it's meant to.
If the feds want you to unlock your phone by looking at it, just keep you eyes closed and it will prompt for a PIN :-)
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