Re: All very well...
I am more concerned about 'Great Evil' flaming red
863 posts • joined 11 Dec 2015
I am more concerned about 'Great Evil' flaming red
Can do you a really strong vup of tea (Yorkshire of course) - would that help?
Price yes, but that silly notch and face recognition as opposed to fingerprint are a no no, as is size (I am a very happy user of an SE)
A net positive benefit for public health though.
So that will do for Macdonalds burger then...
One can assume only that being accountantas they have decided that the paybacks outnumber the fines/risk.....
Anyrhiung you would care to pay them for.
I found that simply refusing to come back home to let them in until it was convenient really improved the kids ability to remember their keys!
and bananas like a boomerang.
ich auch nicht
probably worth what you paid for them
"Or more importantly," I add, "we know that there's room for some more bodies..."
Ahhhh - these articles just make my Fridays
Rubbish. I was working at HP when the Compaq deal went through (actually the ONLY delighfulful thing about it was getting part of Digital). Individual contributors, of whom I was one, were well rewarded at the time and it was a fun place to work. Compaq and later EDS is where the rot set in.
About par for the course with the modern HP.
Quite. I have been asked to provide some services assessing somewhat smaller mergers/purchases and the process has alway been carried out by impressively serious, sober individuals with a fine eye for detail.
Well the point remains - better broadband won't change thpse attitudes.
Quite agree. The Commmons is all about party purpose. Unfortunately the Lords seems to be slowly moving that way as the ever fattening body is dominated by ex MPs, pensioned off, rather than actual subject matter experts.
The NHS is the largest purchaser of fax machines in the world. Therefore, the Lords said, it’s as important to improve broadband.
The statement of fact is not followed by a conclusion that is necessarily correct. Given the state if NHS (and other organisations) security and ropbustness, fax machines may well represent the most secure, reliable way of getting a document from A to B.
Given today(Monday)'s predictions of cyber threats to British public sector IT, it is a great shame (say who could possibly have predicted this????) that the government have not put a little more in the way of both resources and mandatory standards to IT infrastructure in the NHS.
is nigh - I'm just waiting for the first report of these sofas eating the unwary innocents taking a break (and a beer) in situ
Except with selling that data...
You jest (maybe). I have spent the last 3 months on and off diggin an organisation our of the sh1t becaaue the requirements are a list of 12 feature, all but one of them with multiple interpretatins. Paid well though.
Although to quote from "Real Programmers Don't Use PASCAL"
Even Unix might not be as bad on Real Programmers as it once was. The
latest release of Unix has the potential of an operating system worthy of
any Real Programmer -- two different and subtly incompatible user
interfaces, an arcane and complicated teletype driver, virtual memory. If
you ignore the fact that it's `structured', even `C' programming can be
appreciated by the Real Programmer: after all, there's no type checking,
variable names are seven (ten? eight?) characters long, and the added
bonus of the Pointer data type is thrown in -- like having the best parts
of FORTRAN and assembly language in one place
Extending the analogy, there is much fun and chas to be had from mobile distributed platforms
Surely the application of some guesswork with a bit of bold on statistics rather than science?
s/Alan Pardew/Boris Johnson,Theresa May, Jeremy Cunt, Liam Fox, Amber Rudd/g
I could go on.....
They don't here - we plug them all.
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No the mini fridge needs to be higher - think of the resik and effort involved in bending down.
Unfortunately most companies with the same story will be collecting and sharing data on what and when you read and any ads you collect, maybe with a device fingerprint as well. Theres money in that thar data.
Tortoises like them as well (my cats keep rabbits at bay)
"Flash, I love you! But we only have fourteen hours to save the Earth"
Posibly you mean that fiat currencies baased on Government (reputable) backed currencies are not a bad idea?
I think you will fine a rather good Pterry P
"The phrase 'Set a thief to catch a thief' had by this time (after strong representations from the Thieves Guild) replaced a much older and quintessentially Ankh-Morporkian proverb, which was 'Set a deep hole with spring-loaded sides, tripwires, whirling knife blades driven by water power, broken glass and scorpions, to catch a thief.' "
setting sail without rope? WTH? granted he was in a sub, not a conventional watercraft, but I'd still expect rope to be more likely to be on board than a saw.
That depends on your intentions.....
I think you can believe them on some issues
"People just submitted it. I don't know why. They 'trust me'. Dumb fucks." - Mark Zuckerberg
Quite. I had a PC (x86) running NextStep for a few yeasr (the sponsors would not fund a machine - although they were happy to pay for a verty decent Intel based machine with additional software. I have a suspicion, it was a long time ago, that I didn't list the software. Ran perfectlly well.
I also handed over a deserved update but <pedantic> Anonymity is a key part of security - traceability is as useful as a decryption of the message
Does this make future Solyent Green development tricky?
Well on my frequent trips to Hong Kong I noticed that the chine4ses equivalent in the street markets was 'fry it until it stops wriggling'
It reminds me (of an oft-performed line) "I know what I believe, but if you don't like it, I can believe in a lot of other things as well"
well an upvote for the headline
If (and a big one) it will be interesting to learn whether the investment in a relatively small number of profiles provided good predictors and/or influence points.
No they will have to be licensed appropriately - surely a standard procedure?
My iPhone SE fits the bill then....
I loved my (original) Palm. I used it travelling in conjunction with my Psion - mainly because the connectivity/sync on the palm was extremely good in comparison with the Psion. My last Palm was their first colour model. I still have that and it still switches on and syncs. I didn't fall for the phone.
Ahh but that was my point - while ordinary employees will get screwed if/when it all goes titsup, the founders will have removed a fair proportion of their gelt.
I suspect not that difficult. After all investment is not simply share dilution, so diverting some of the investment into bank accounts as a share of the company is acquired is within the ability of most of these people.
Does any other State Security Organisation run in such a way with such lax security controls ?
Well if you mean proxy SSO then sadly many do. And even a number of state run organisations have been somewhat careless (hello US government)
In a faint echo of other comments above, I suspect the vast vast majority of drivers do not actually know what to do not even know what to use a rev counter fo and even more have no need) - but hey, it's a sports car or wannabe and so gotta have that rev counter.
I was given a drive in a BMW i8 a couple of weeks ago - lovely car and a fantastic engine noise - simulated!
If he thought he could get away with it (and I'll bet he is counting on it in the not too distant) he would tell Congress to fuck off as well.
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