* Posts by tiggity

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Two's company, Three's unbowed: You Brits will pay more for MMS snaps

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mms

I always use email or post imge online rather than using MMS on 3 to avoid any costs outside my montly deal. I only keep it as I'm on an ol (no longer available) deal with unlimited data very cheap.

I wonder if 3 are liable on a "3 branded" phone if the phone converts emojis to mms images? After all ikt is obviously in 3's interests if that behaviour occurs and arguably a responsible network would ensure their branded phones did NOT do that...

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LESTER gets ready to trundle: The Register's beer-bot has a name

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obligatory Lancashire Hotpots link

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iZt9c91QW1M

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Though glass collector is an OK low wage job for those who struggle with drink serving

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Size does matter, chaps: Oversized todgers an evolutionary handicap

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Energy

In humans the brain takes the most energy (not the genitals) so if wasting energy was a bad evolutionary ploy then it would lead to us getting less clever.

Looking at the house of commons I see signs of evolution in action

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ID theft in UK hits record high as crooks shift to more vulnerable targets

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makes me happy

I only login to handful of sites so not got mny credentials to remember (and no online banking, loans etc)

Thoug if anyone purchased my identity for the 820 squids quoted they would have made a bad move as my net worth is massively negative (stares at mortgage & cries) & no chance of getting loan in my name with that loan being max size possible

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Data watchdog fines Brit council £120k for identifying 943 owners of vacant property

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Excel

Thts the problem with people getting too spreadsheet obsessed.

Export your data in a simple text format and this type of data breach woill be spotted (assuming basic competence)

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Penis pothole protester: Cambridge's 'Wanksy' art shows feted

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Might try it

Pothole central near me, council do zilch.

If a bit of naughty graffiti gets them quickly coming to fix it then bonus for local vehicles.

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Fear the Reaper: Man hospitalised after eating red hot chilli pepper

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Re: Nominative Determinism?

Not sure about that, but back in my student days, for a bet a male (obv) student rubbed chili powder over his helmet (not the headgear type) (and this was done properly not a light dusting, heavily covered). He won his bet, but suffered plenty of discomfort.

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Twitter API overhaul threatens to seriously shaft apps... again

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@ Kaltern

I think main reason for 3rd party ads is not ad related but, as you said "Twitter's own apps are usless and badly designed" - all Twitter "power users" I know use 3rd party software instead of Twitter app / website

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Hookup classifieds ad sheet Backpage.com seized in Feds shutdown

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Re: Meat market

Too simplistic.

Knocking out a prostitution facilitating website will not stop trafficking.

Trafficking will continue.

The girls / women will still be working but arguably in more dangerous situations (e.g. street walking instead of working from an apartment).

If in some way Backpage allowed some random to purchase a trafficked child then I'm sure other ways would be found to facilitate this that were harder for law enforcement to discover than Backpage.

Given Backpage is a mainstream website then allows chance for law enforcement to gather data about those pimping out the girls (even if just "low grade" intel such as IP addresses, phone numbers, throwaway emails etc. - so they have a head start in investigations compared to "dark web" or word of mouth based approaches).

Caveat, not from US so not sure how dodgy Backpage is, but do know they have helped give data on people who posted to law enforcement in the past.

So I'm bemused why law enforcement do not exploit Backpage as an "in" t/ honeypot o trafficking crims.

But I'm looking at this objectively from the viewpoint of finding criminals instead of knee jerk moral crusade.

BTW religious zealots, one of JCs top friends, Mary M was a sex worker and was portrayed in quite a good light in the Bible.

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T-Mobile Austria stores passwords as plain text, Outlook gets message crypto, and more

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Re: T-Mobile

Indeed, which is why I never use Verified by Visa (or its equivalents) that ask for chars 4,6,7 and 9 (or whatever) of your password (which can only realistically mean plain text password stored

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Cinema voucher-pusher tells customers: Cancel your credit cards, we've been 'attacked'

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TLS version?

If they used 3rd party payments companies they might still have hassles. For a long time a lot of CC APIs were accessible via TLS 1.0 - there has been a big push over the last year or so to force people to use more secure versions of TLS (and by rights TLS 1.0 should be dead already in CC APIs but deadline for removal was extended, now July 2018 IIRC)

So they could have been trying to do the right thing and using 3rd party card people but have been vulnerable due to TLS 1.0 usage (there are known exploits)

Purely guesswork (they might have done it all in house), but does show that still need to pay some attention to security even if another company doing card payment heavy lifting on your behalf

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Is there alien life out there? Let's turn to AI, problem solver du jour

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Re: Garbage in, garbage out

Indeed.

We really do not have enough of a clue about what conditions life (of some sort) can develop in - unsurprising as we only have earth life forms to study.

e.g. lots of chemistry is "weird" at low temperatures compared to warm conditions (e.g. look at super conductor research)

Our knowledge of low tempearture chemsitry is currenty low (had to have the bad pun!) - so it could be that chemistry quirks make life far more likely than expected in very cold conditions.. ofr I could be spouting dross, it's all guesswork and this "AI" alien life estimnate should reflect that and be treated as about as reliable as any randomly genearted number

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Are meta, self-referential or recursive science-fiction films doomed?

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Films - meh

I thought the Dune film was OK when I saw it, given what it had to squeeze into a small amount of time (though I had the advantage of having previously read the books)

As a fair chunk of SF audiences mainly seem to like "space opera" type of films (hence the success of Star Wars, which (IMHO) is the film equivalent of pulp SF) then I hold out little hope of a SF film being made that allows for the philosophical questions found in the best SF literature. (Though plenty of scope for mass audience appeal films of lightweight "fun" SF such as stainless steel rat etc)

There is far more scope for someone risking a series based on decent SF, as the best works typically need plenty off time to tell the story well

.. happily plenty of decent written SF out there to keep me interested so I'm not bothered how bad Hollywood SF "visions" are.

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Danish Navy expert finds no trace of exhaust gas in private submarine

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When you are in a hole

Best stop digging.

If (trying to obey all due legal niceties) it turns out he is lying then does anyone know imuch about Scandi legal system and whether judge (or equivalent) would take a dim view of taht and have ability / inclination to increase the sentence duration / severity?

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UK.gov: We're not regulating driverless vehicles until others do

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kicking into the long grass

Actually makes sense in this case

As despite the self driving car evangelists, a Level 5 self drive car (whats the point of anything less), that can cope with UK roads at least as safely as a good human driver is (sadly*) a long way off.

* A shame as I could then go out for a meal somewhere not served by public transport and have an alcoholic drink with it if my car could drive me back when I was over the limit, as it is juts avoid the restaurants not public transport friendly as taxi fares in my locality are extortionate

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UK regulator bans slasher-flick parody ad for OnePlus 5 mobe

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Not often

I'm massively in agreement with Mr O

The ("unknown" video flinging site / app maker) definitely should bear some responsibility.

if it was a TV advert that was "adult" and TV company had broadcast it during Kids programme ad slots then the TV company would *rightly*) be getting hassle for placing the ad inappropriately.

Its not great for phone flingers having their ads served to 7 year olds as they will not typically have much buying power / influence, so I would guess oneplus were paying ("unknown" video flinger) for an ad package targeted at likely buyers (which would likely be an age demographic appropriate for the ad)

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We put Huawei's P20 triple-lens snapper through its paces

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excitement

"Huawei's new imaging hardware has caused as much excitement in the smartphone market as anything since ..."

Maybe it has caused excitement to some people, most people just want value for money.

And, for many there will be a trade off of features and price, an interesting gamble that enough people are bothered about the camera tweaks to pay the price (especially as some smartphone purchasers take into account "intangibles" such as brand cachet - when you are entering the "silly money" market sector then it's a struggle to fight Apple (or even a brand running same OS, such as Samsung)

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Furious gunwoman opens fire at YouTube HQ, three people shot

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@Tom 38

"suicide by cop is quite tricky because the cops, instead of being murderous thugs who shoot you in the head whilst pinning you to the ground, actually try to talk you down or incapacitate you first so you can get treatment."

Some might say it depends quite a lot on the attitudes of the local force and the (perceived) ethnicity of the potential suicidee.

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Re: Of all places

@ Anonymous Coward

It's still easy to get firearms licence in the UK

I live out in the sticks, all the farming people I know have shotguns (with valid licence) for pest control etc.

Though shotguns are not that useful for "spree" style mass murder as 2 shots then reload needed, short (effective) range, etc.

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2001 set the standard for the next 50 years of hard (and some soft) sci-fi

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Re: Not just Siri/Google Assistant/etc

And video phone calls were quite a thing in it too

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2001: A Space Odyssey has haunted pop culture with anxiety about rogue AIs for half a century

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Re: Headline?

@Charlie Clark

"which is why since then spaceships are noisy, because audiences apparently didn't appreciate the silence in space."

indeed, but pandering to the audience goes way too far *

(I like the relatively sparse dialogue, long periods of silence in 2001)

* Hence the seemingly endless interchangeable sequel / series type films these days - audiences seemed to like X so make Y following similar formula to X, repeat until audiences dwindle too much then remodel based on another recent hit

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Watchdog growls at Tesla for spilling death crash details: 'Autopilot on, hands off wheel'

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Re: Crash (almost) re-created by another driver

Hope nobody uses them on some of the roundabouts near me - the lane markings are confusing enough for people, a Tesla would have no chance (at best would take the wrong exit or end up circling round and round forlornly)

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Intel outside: Apple 'prepping' non-Chipzilla Macs by 2020 (stop us if you're having deja vu)

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Re: Makes a lot of sense

@ tom dial

A few things matter for your C code.

e.g. size of common objects such as an int

e.g. endianness - if you have some bitshift operations (quite common in C) then unexpected results on opposite endian architecture

.. there are plenty more

caveat - depends how clever your compiler / build routines are when you specify the target OS, such things as mentioned above may be handled OK ... or they may not

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BT to slash landline rentals by 37%... for the broadbandless

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Re: What does line rental actually cover?

Except that if your line is pants you still have to pay to get the line to house replaced by BT (might have changed as a while ago, we had to pay as, even though we had (non BT) internet, line only had to be good enough for voice calls as far as BT was concerned and so bandwidth was tiny). We would only ahve got a free line replacement if quality was too bad for voice calls.

So, essentially a scam.

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Please no Basic Instinct flashing, HPE legal eagles warn staffers

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Re: "Thou shalt not go commando"

Given the tediousness of most presentations, a commando presenter (whatever gender, or are HPE being sexist by saying men cannot wear dresses?) would probably help prevent nodding off of some attendees

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It's baaack – WannaCry nasty soars through Boeing's computers

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Re: Still fondly remember the morning hearing all those cries of grief ...

I remember all the happy clappy religious ones getting infected (the only ones who would not treat a subject line like that as a bit suspect but instead assume another god squad member had sent it)

.. and obviously we never let them forget it

e.g. All the had a clue uninfected people went out and got new mugs, ensuring we picked a mug with either a heart or the word love on it (or both)

Amazing how constant reminders of muppet security practices encouraged safer email behaviour afterwards

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No Falcon Way: NASA to stick with SLS, SpaceX more like space ex

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@ ArrZarr

And arguably the large payload SLS is, although not quite "glint in the eye", but not necessarily a sure and sudden thing.

But on a more serious point, modular construction is good from repair / maintenance / replacement viewpoint.

And having multiple launch providers cannot hurt - remove single point of failure possibility, get them to compete on cost to reduce budgets (obv fantasy with cozy SLS funding scenario, but you can always hope..) etc

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Fed up with Facebook data slurping? Firefox has a cunning plan

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correction

"Lesser privacy that can be had from a patchwork of browser add-ons – uBlock Origin, Privacy Badger, Disconnect, NoScript, etc. – though these can sometimes break websites. "

Surely ..

these can sometimes break badly written websites

.. and lesser privacy is subject to interpretation - all depends how well they are configured

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Take the dashboard too literally and your brains might end up all over it

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Re: All a dashboard should do

Or, in the case of a relatives car I sometimes drive (so far newer & more bells & whistles than what I have), pretend there is a fault when there is not one.

.. It regularly throws up a tyre pressure warning (irritatingly "tire"), when there's nothing wrong with the tyre, just the TPMS being useless. Totally useless

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Huawei joins Android elite with pricey, nocturnal 40MP flagship

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Re: *Points in disappointment*

A lot less cash

.. Because physics

Yes super sensitive and high density sensors can do amazing stuff with a small amount of light

But a "proper camera" has a massive lens in comparison to a phone, so even with more "low tech" sensors and image processing the huge (in comparison) amount of light more than compensates - so as long as fairly recent tech in a new compact camera then it will be better, but beware compacts using old tech.

But the image processing tech improvements do make a difference, especially when you compare old tech to new: I have a (very in tech change terms) old Nikon DSLR body and some very nice quality zoom lenses (that were back i the day used on a "film" SLR body).

Over a year ago the camera was being put through its paces with a few days of wildlife photography (often the "targets" quite distant, moving at speed).

I got some nice pics, but (at the time quite new) bridge camera was used by one of my friends (bridge has inbuilt (non changeable) lens, significantly smaller than smallest of my lenses, but as "new" (at the time) far better electronic "wizardry"): The resolution of comparable images was far better with his camera, as was focus / image stabilization on (hand shot - non tripod mounted) small targets at speed, showing that although light gathering is key (all things being equal) that the tech makes a difference and new tech can outperform low tech even when that low tech has better optics *.

It is very impressive seeing the improvements in image processing tech in digital kit over the years

* improvement more visible on JPEG images, as bridge had far beter conversion algorithm / tech, but bridge advantage still visible on RAW so not just an artifact of image format.

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Yo Google, I'mma let you finish, but China, I mean, Huawei's P20 is the best

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Re: One thousand eight hundred and thirty five pounds...

That's the price of the type of car I buy! (I do not cover great mileage by car so an old used bog standard car is fine for my purposes)

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Microsoft loves Linux so much it wants someone else to build distros for its Windows Store

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Windows Store

Is the big problem - why should I have to give MS information (e.g. email address ) just to be able to install software on a PC and OS I purchased?

I do not care about curated stores (on android phone I side load stuff as Google store is same idea of wanting credentials so not used by me).

Just make it nice and easy to install software without needing the store (or have an anonymous user option on the store for any free software, which I assume Linux would be)

(Yes I know with MS mega slurp on non enterprise versions they may already know who I am / ditto Google on android (though rooting helps by allowing some crud removal)

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UK.gov: Here's £8.8m to plough into hydrogen-powered car tech

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Re: why subsidise private car development with public money

Better?

In what deranged universe is that?

Extortionately expensive at peak times in UK.

For any "out in the sticks" locations expect infrequent services

Expect non punctual trains and cancellation (especially on "out in the sticks" trains as delays / constellations on these typically cost less than a big inter city so are the "go to" choice to send to the bottom of the heap if any problems)

I use trains a lot, but hate them, on the peak time services I get its packed, rare to be lucky enough to get a seat.

Zero integration of train and bus in areas I use them e.g. bus leaves a minute before train is due, only chance to "connect" on bus (without huge wait for next one) is train on time and bus late so you can get on the late bus.

I have used German trains and trams etc, they were orders of magnitude better experience than my UK experiences (cannot commentate on France as not enough experience on French transport to make a reliable judgement)

Of course it may be taht the UK public transport I use is beacon of crapness and the rest is amazing - but based on experiences of commuter pals in other parts of UK I doubt it.

as a commuter you want

cheap

frequent

reliable

fast

clean

chance of a seat

Only the totally down the tubes road infrastructure prevents me from driving - as most of the drive would be in nose to tail crawling traffic, lots of stop start, high & inefficient fuel use, which is no fun & highly polluting so I do my "green bit" and train it.

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Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, off you go: Snout of UK space forcibly removed from EU satellite trough

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No Surprises

Why are the gov surprised by EU actions that are bad for the UK?

.. Obv I know why, the gov are clueless fantasists that my cat could outsmart at will .

As (for a mix of racist, clueless & protest vote reasons) UK (although obv some areas e.g. Scotland didn't) voted to leave EU.

It is not in interests of EU to give UK a good deal

.. Given that there is populist (AKA racist & retard) surges in a few EU countries, the EU does not want to risk any other countries exiting (after all, the more members the more powerful the EU is in baragining)

Thus the UK will be shafted big time (and not in a good way).

That way, any other country that might think about leaving EU, will see the catastrophic effect EU exit has on the UK economy and think exit is a very bad idea.

Not that the EU need to try hard to screw over the UK when our lead negotiator is David Davis, who should wear a DD (double dunce) hat at all times, but is too stupid to put it on his head.

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Cambridge Analytica seeks data protection assistant

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I liked your deliberate emphasis on this line

The biz says the candidate should have "an interest in and enthusiasm for data protection".

With the whole data slurping mission of CA being rather at odds with data privacy / protection rules

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Just when you thought it was safe to go ahead with microservices... along comes serverless

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Add that to my list

Of new trendy terminology

Describing what has been done for ages

Based on that description, I just take my app which provides lots of "web service" APIs i.e. lots of disctinct endppoints, defined by URI and access method e.g. GET, PST, PUT, DELETE N.B. with full unit tests and any change of contract would show up as a breaking change on tests

Host that in the cloud (and backend data in cloud) and job done, serverless services to add to my CV

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YouTube banned many gun vids, so some moved to smut site

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Gun fans

Lets hope the gun fans go to nthe appropriate channel (whatever the PH term is for a particular org (such as inrange) vids)

Otherwise generic searches are unlikely to be helpful

Big Weapons (unlikely to bring back a howitzer in the top 10 results)

Pump action (not likely to give a shotgun in top 10 results)

Shoot your bolt (not liekly to give running out of ammo in top 10 results)

etc. (add your own, there's masses more out there)

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Your code is RUBBISH, says GitHub. Good thing we're here to save you

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JavaScriptLibraries

Well of course they are insecure, they are JS..

The language encourages bad practices & how many places run static analysis on JS code (whereas any compiled code will (at bare minimum) have compiler warnings and (you would hope) they would have used a LINT style tool for their language(s) of choice).

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MIT boffins build rubber robot, invade privacy of unsuspecting sealife

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The easy alternative is slap a camera on a wild fish

They do it a lot in wildlife filming, temporarily attached to e.g. a whale (yes I know its a mammal, but a sea one)

Not sure how "mini" the camera tech goes in terms of "minimum" size of fish that could be fitted with one (in terms of camera size & ability of fish to carry it)

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Prof Stephen Hawking's ashes will be interred alongside Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin

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A lot of science requires lots of tedious drudgery - be it observation (e.g. ecology / animal behaviour etc.), lab work (e.g. testing novel compounds behaviour against cancer cells) etc.

Theoretical physics is quite different to a lot of science as many theories are hard to test due to us not having the skills / knowledge to build suitable measuring / particle production yet - so you get lots of ideas thrown around that are hard to disprove.

Your everyday journeyman science is not really leap of faith based - yes people have a novel idea, but then its normally quite straightforward (if sometimes slow, expensive, difficult) to conduct experiments to see if the idea has legs

As for leap of faith, Hawking has admitted many of his early theories were wrong - that's science in a nutshell - if your idea is disproved / improved upon (e.g. Newtons laws of motion are great at "normal" conditions but break down in more extreme scenarios which were not really thought about at the time & currently relativity helps to "expand" Newtons ideas by helping explain), then great, it means we now know more than we did.

Plus science is typically collaborative, if you are researching cancer cures you fervently hope (for peoples benefit) your work is improved upon in future (that may be at odds with teh accountants and their ideas of patents etc. !)

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Re: Britain's highest honour?

@ Danny 2

.. Err, you do know he turned down a knighthood?

Lots of people do - it does not often get reported

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e.g. Another classic refuser of honours was (different sphere of activity) LS Lowry

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El Reg deep dive: Everything you need to know about UK.gov's pr0n block

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Re: given unrealistic expectations of the act

Or be female - plenty of unwanted "scoring" attempts have to be fended off

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Five things you need to know about Microsoft's looming Windows 10 Spring Creators Update

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Win 10 replaced by Mint

On parent's PC as (surprise, surprise) it was getting continually bricked by failed updates.

..Bricked as in totally unusable

So now they can do basic email / web / "video" watching / printing / scanning / basic document, photo / image edits, activities (about all they use a PC for) on an OS that just chugs along without randomly breaking on updates.

As per chrome book mentions (& others using tablets) - for "basic" stuff any device / OS will do the job.

Thus the "I must have windows only" market shrinks to need for certian software be it games, CAD, accounts or whatever.

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Re: GNU/Linux

Ah memories, another Demon user back in the early days of squawking modems & little choice of ISP, and if you had a technical issue you could quite likely have Cliff talking you through it.

I too ditched them as they went downhill with takeover, removing key (to me) functionality & reliability plummeting

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US Senate green-lights controversial anti-sex-trafficking law amid warnings of power grab

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sex workers do not like it

They like the online sites as they make things far safer, especially sites that allow reviews as news of problem punters can spread, plus, although there's theoretical anonynmity, the sites will be recording IP, (depending if member ship site) email address etc, all of which can aid in catching culprits if a crime is committed.

The more "underground" a sex worker goes, the more dangerous it is.

In similar way to someone working in multi worker premises (technically illegal) is a lot safer than someone on their own, plying the street.

Cannot speak about US groups per se, but they will probably have to make use of alternate methods to track problem customers e.g. in UK groups such as National Ugly Mugs allow sex workers to share information about dubious customers

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Fog off! No more misty eyes for self-driving cars, declare MIT boffins

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Re: What about the Winter sun

I have not read what the Fail etc. have had to say about this, I can guess the tone, but sadly it's a dream story for gutter press to salivate over.

"Robot" car kills person

Dead person appears to have substance, homlessness etc. issues

The "backup human" turns out be trans (identifying female) but has previous armed rbbery conviction when identified as male.

Driver is not "white"

Getting the redtops etc. to ignore that is like trying to stop a (male) dog licking its balls.

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Hip hop-eration: Hopless Franken-beer will bring you hoppiness

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Re: Happy to be living near Germany

Indeed, I was amused by the environmental disaster stuff - not if you grow them somewhere appropriate.

They grow like weeds here in the UK (and with the gentler climate get subtle flavour differeces compared to grown in more harsh climate)

Caveat - I like a hoppy beer .. occasionally, but also like trad bitter on occasion.

Only reason for US style chilled hoppy beer is hot Summer (that 1 or 2 days in the UK) as cooling beer alternative to a cold lager

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US govt's final bid to extradite Lauri Love kicked into touch

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@ RobertLongshaft

You don't need to worry about Russia destroying the NHS.

The govt with stealth privatization, destruction of morale (and huge staffing crisis post brexit) will do the job.

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Addicts of Facebook and pals are easy prey for manipulative scumbags – thanks to tech giants' 'extraordinary reach'

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Re: The "funds from Europe to Britain" are important only for a few people -

Farmers often do not look after the countryside, mainly keeping it as lacking in wildlife as they possibly can - close grazed fields or huge monocuture fields are not that great for wildlife,

Some farmers do helpful stuff like leave trees & hedgerows, limit spraying, leave wildlife areas at the edge of fields etc, but too many just want to "maximise" ever square metre of land use to detriment of wildlife.

Gardens can be quite good for wildlife so could be that building houses would increase overall wildlife per hectare ... not that I recommend that, letting any "failing" farmland post brexit rewild would be a better option than houses for willife.

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