Cakes or biscuits?
You're still on that? According to XKCD it's the definition of a sandwich which is where it's at.
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You're still on that? According to XKCD it's the definition of a sandwich which is where it's at.
PTW, doncha know that when a woman makes a complaint it's necessary to point out that all her problems are down to her own cluelessness. Can't have the little ladies getting the idea that they know stuff.
(Yes, I know that victim-blaming (i.e. user) is a professional hazard among tech people so maybe the OP was only accidentally being sexist.)
The days of "Rule Britannia" ended on the first of September 1939.
Not that "Fight for your life Britannia" wasn't impressive but there was only one way it could end.
He was a scammer.
"Like shipping laundry from the Klondike to Hawaii to be washed."
Citation please. The only think I could find was an "amusing facts" page which says it was California and China which is a bit to much like a Radio Yerevan to inspire confidence.
With Microsoft there is never a safe word. "Safe, sane and consensual" - nah, not even one out of three.
The Chinese build their high speed rail lines on concrete viaducts. If you saw rust you were looking at older infrastructure. Seriously, how could you see the supports of the bridge carrying the train you were travelling in?
The Chinese are doing extraordinary things with their rail infrastructure. That's not Chinese government propaganda. I try not to let my dislike of the Chinese regime blind me to the very real achievements of the Chinese as a people and a culture. Adopt that approach and you might save yourself some nasty surprises.
That Auto Express article is bizarre. With two or three exceptions of the (the A6, the ersatz Rolls Royce, and possibly the Lifan 330 which is very Mini-like) the Chinese vehicles in the list bear no more than a generic resemblance to the supposed western originals. Apply a collection of currently fashionable styling elements to a vehicle and you will inevitably end up with something that more or less resembles all the other vehicles in that class. The author appears to have merely selected whichever vehicle he thinks is most like the alleged infringer (i.e. whatever Chinese vehicle he could find a picture of) and called it a match. Even the horrible Rolls Royce ripoff really only counts as such because RR effectively owns the category of big square luxury car.
Not that I am denying the Chinese copy. But stylistic copying happens all the time. We call it fashion. The only reason we don't in this case is that we are not yet ready to start copying from the Chinese. But that will happen soon enough and then we'll change our tune.
Unfortunately, I suspect that it's an entirely reasonable comment given that currently most software development (not just the IOT stuff) appears to be based on the "put it out there and if someone pokes a hole we can always release a patch, maybe" principle.
The Pi can get hot but no hotter than a pizza straight from the oven which is why I built a Pi cluster in a Domino's pizza box*.
*This is, of course, not true. I wouldn't be seen dead with a Domino's Pizza Box. Someone might think I eat the stuff.
If that happened they'd have to reintroduce the farthing so he could pay the damages.
RCL are looking worse: the others are looking fucking brilliant.
This reminds me of the minor moral panic that happened when Photoshop first became popular. Apparently criminal types were going to get up to all sorts of shenanigans with this terrible new power. Instead, instead it just killed in popular consciousness the always stupid notion that the camera doesn't lie.
I just don't want all the other idiots to have one.
I made once made a Quake 2 mod were all the soldiers were replaced with Daleks. If only I had resisted I wouldn't have ended up hacking the Democratic Party and Trump might not have been elected. Please forgive me.
This is for mobile. The article's not exactly clear about the relevance of the Windows Server Arm port but I suppose the suggestion is there will be something similar for desktop Windows. Not that I'm blaming the Author. It seems Qualcomm is talking big but providing precious few details and we all know what that means.
If you want your measurements to be easily divisible by four (or three) you choose appropriate sizes. Which is why your window is 1200mm wide not 1m.
Well, that's world peace done, then.
that might actually be fun.
They managed to get a cheap lot of surplus phone batteries from a source in Korea.
I was thinking along the lines of a White Knight style carrier aircraft to take the electric plane up to a decent altitude before sending it on its way. Technically feasible, probably but I don't for a moment think it would be practical.
You jump as high as you can. While you're in the air the Earth collapses into a black hole. Your landing is now going to be a bit harder than you expected. Well, it's not like that, as a famous black hole wrangler once said. But still, it's a bit like that, only more so, since you have two objects that have mass but aren't made of matter, so they can't actually collide but that doesn't stop them combining. . .
Yes, black holes are weird.
I'm trying to think of how that would work without breaking the bones so badly there's not much purchase left anyway.
It's just a matter of practice and the Romans had a lot of practice.
It is Scotland after all.
It's always crocs in the NT.
Even when it's pythons.
The reason you or I get Lexus ads is the same reason we get spam - If you have a small target and low ammunition costs it's easier to just blast away in the general area and not worry about the collateral damage (which doesn't really hurt the person with the gun). But when you need surgical precision - say you need to tell the rednecks what a great pussygrabber you are while assuring the evangelicals that you support Christian values - then it's worthwhile paying to bring in a sniper.
That said, I'm not exactly panicking. The techniques a bit like flying planes into buildings - you really only get to use it once before coutermeasures are developed.
By that logic you can include many religions into the same bucket, yet you cannot fire someone for their religion....
Did I suggest otherwise? I'm not exactly the biggest fan of religion around here. I didn't and I'm not suggesting firing anyone for their beliefs but if their beliefs lead a person to engage in arsehole behaviour then all bets are off.
Except that the Goreans aren't just fantasising or role-playing. They believe, or claim to believe, that all women are by nature submissive. Basically just a bunch of misogynist arseholes using kink as an excuse to be arseholes. Which is fine if they keep it private. But keeping a personal kink private is easy, keeping a belief system to yourself not so much.
Bet the heel thought he'd get away with just a tongue-lashing.
for a production of Swan Lake featuring crossdressing lumberjacks. Sling me some money and I'll put them in cowboy boots of your choice.
That's my April Fools done. then.
There's still an awful lot of engineering that go's into any car, this stuff is bread and butter for companies like BMW.
The vast majority of the engineering in a car is in the engine, transmission and the suspension. Replace that with a motor in each wheel, active suspension and an actuator for the steering and you've replaced traditional engineering with software and suddenly that bread and butter starts to like toast.
Of course, (some of) the traditional car makers will survive. We've seen this before. Kodak may have destroyed itself but the line up of major camera brands today would be largely recognisable to someone from 50 years ago. But the car makers are going to have a fight on their hands and this looks like an early salvo.
Now you have a slogan.
At which point you have a massive economic downturn because only a privileged few can now afford to consume the products of all that cheap labour.
Maybe we could get ESA to scatter a few wifi access points around the place while they're there.
Perhaps the fact that Intel is not promoting such use tells us something.
patch Tuesday. . .
I was going for 'pure unadulterated bullshit' but I commend your tact.
Sirens had an all Australian cast. Well, at least the important bit did.
The article is talking about a test system which will be on a satellite in geosynchronous orbit (presumably because actually creating the tracking tech is still on the to do list). The business about routing is purely commenter speculation. My take is that they are planning to do direct to LEO from a series of ground stations but that too is pure speculation.
he told a damn good story.
would just wear a mirrored suit. Yes, I've just been reading the comments on the laser weapon article, why do you ask?
The more I see of his output the more I'm convinced that bombastic bob is simply the next iteration of the amamfrommars AI (most likely created by some sort of merge process with Tay). I mean 'bombastic' displays a level of self awareness entirely absent in the actual output so it has to be a coder's little joke.
They deserve a battleth up their jack'sie*. (Pardon my Klingon.)
*Whatdya mean 'jack'sie' isn't the Klingon for arsehole?
You might not be yellow, black, or blue but the dick in the pic is, curiously all at once.
They will announce that all this has, in fact, been an elaborate historical reenactment.
I frequently "blindly" trust the input from my eyes.
Mine are all named after minerals but then maybe I have rocks in my head. Seriously though, why would the fact that you named your server 'Thor' or 'Draupadi' be of any interest to the spooks. ('Isis' on the other hand. . .)
This looks to me to one of those 'vulnerabilities' where if you can use it you don't need to.
Or she just uses an "alternative hostname" that has no connection with any known reality. That's what these guys are proposing isn't it?
Donald's phone on the other hand just uses whatever name the hackers du jour assign it.
Surely the lesson here is that once you have even semi autonomous robots a simple padlock system is no longer adequate. Unless you can shut the whole system down, which you usually can't, you need to use a more complex system of interlocks. It's not really that difficult: the rail industry has been doing it for something like 150 years and I have no doubt the automation industryh as a good understanding of the principles. They just need to be motivated to apply them by the application of a painfully large fine.
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