Re: Iranians rooting for oracle
Do you think having to pay for Oracle licences could bankrupt the Government? You may be onto something
69 posts • joined 29 May 2019
For example, if a news paper lies in new reports, every single cm previously devoted to that lie, should have "we lied" in every newspaper printed from that point on,in the same font and on the same pages until it's matched like for like.
In this case Google should be banned from placing ANY paid for ads into someone using the safari browser,until it is matched like for like.
Did you know, that's pretty much what the makers of the game MDK did back in the day. They designed the game then tested it on old hardware, and tweaked it over and over until it ran well on that kit.
These days, if the software runs slow,they expect you to fork out for better hardware, rather than clear out the unused crap.
It's a joke, but isn't that pretty much how Google operates? Don't want to be tracked and want to delete your history, give information we may not have and that will help us, sorry you, even more
"Would you like to be in front of an autonomous car built with the cheapest components around?"
Would you like to spend £1000 +on a digital signage rack mounted "server" (read a bog standard PC with a dual port card) or £25 on a Raspberry pi to do EXACTLY the same role, in a much smaller space, drawing much less power and getting into placed the rack version can't.
Like many commentators, you have a VERY blinkered view when it comes to the meaning of professional use.
Fyi, many of the largest digital signage companies actually support and recommend the Pi.
So you ask Alexia a question it goes to effectively a publically accessible website and gives an answer.
How is that worse than looking it up on Google, going to the website, have Google and God knows who else tracking you on that website and following where you go next.
Yes Noscript and all that, bit here we are talking about the other 99.99% of the population.
To me it seems more private toJoe Public than using a web search or mobile app.
"As Microsoft doesn't support anythiny but their most recent products, it is important to be able to still use SMB1 as that's what a _lot_ of Windows machines only support.The SMBv2 protocol was introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008."
The SMBv2 protocol was introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
The SMBv3 protocol was introduced in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
In fact MS recommended NOT disabling 2&3 as it would break many services.
"I would say buying someone else's work and representing it as your own instead of as a derivative work, does not meet criteria for we're honest representation of origin."
Then I suggest as a protest you throw any technology you have bought in the last 10, if not 20 years, as nearly every big player has bought in someone else's work and sold it as there own
Hell, Rubens flogged others artwork as his own and don't even mention Andy Worhol
Just because a major US motoring manufacturer insists on the bloody format.
To make it even more confusing try matching up our system (week numbers) with this.
So this year week one started on 18365 and week two 19006.
It's even more confusing as the years move on and the dates get more skewed.
...wait until the companies move production back to the USA inbig enough numbers, then slap an export ban on Rare Earth materials for "environmental reasons" (this is already being contemplated).
The rest of the world simply cannot respond to that kind of drop in production.
Going by "Practitioners and other healthcare providers cannot release any identifying information about their patients without written permission." I'm not sure this applies, as it is not the professional bodies that have "lost" this info, as it was the victims themselves that supplied the info to a 3rd party who then lost it.
Now if the USA wasn't so corrupted by big business, they may get some decent laws to cover this, but no doubt they'll just end up with another years free credit checking.
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