547 posts • joined 4 Apr 2008
You could use an Emu-later?
Re: @Steve K
Yes and also key in a scrolling Sin/Cos wave program on the demo ZX-81 beforehand!!
Sorry - I meant TI99/4a i think not TI-32!
Re: Its too busy...
And the boxes in different row don't line up either so it looks really jarring
Re: What next? Create their own Binary Flag (0/1) scheme?
You're assuming here that Oracle == Oracle RDBMS here.
As mentioned above, the dependency could be on (say) Oracle ERP software rather than the RDBMS.
Re: No need to hack anything?
You can also lose the device - does that mean that you have >1for backups...?
Re: And... (teabags)
Only use for teabags...
..and making cups of tea
Do pyramid teabags count here?
(For completenes sand the avoidance of doubt, I am not advocating an abacus made out of pyramid teabags - or indeed any other shape of teabag)
No more mains powered ones being made, imagine the number of recharges needed - impractical IMHO
So you're recommending an extension cord? Won't it get tangled around the sun?
Siri: "Bzzt! John Spartan, you have been fined 5 credits.."
Re: Well done Mr O
So too did Apple, which revived the Watch by adding waterproofing – essential for swimming and outdoors activity – in its second-generation watch.
If these documents are genuinely classified/sensitive then why weren't they encrypted too?
Rouge Techs - Damn Commies!
Nothing relevant to say except - what a brilliant heading - hats off for that one, Sir!!
Re: Is it just me?
Like the Crimson Permanent Insurance office in "Meaning of Life?"
Re: What about disturbing others?
My brother-in-law had one of those in his office years ago - always listened to his Voicemail on speaker and irritating everyone.
So he left an anonymous voice message along the lines of "Hello - You're an annoying, inconsiderately loud bastard who won't shut up".
When said annoying person played that one, the message got home and the problem was (amusingly) solved!
Is that the same Janko Mrsic-Fogel who is CTO of RCL?
He must be busy...
Did you ask him about the Vega+ while you were talking to him?
Re: I am confused
You can have it when we've finished with it over here, but not before... We can't risk bad weather affecting our current cricket form (at least for ODI/T20).
Re: I am confused
Don't worry - it's AManFromMars's summer plumage....
...associate these learnings...
What's wrong with "lessons"? No need for a made-up noun plural.....
The problem is It's a bootable disk image not a picture/logo...
If it's the F35-B (VTOL) then they don't even need a crane as long (as the deck can take the hot exhaust downwash......)
Re: And yet people have bought curated news for years
A fair point, but LinkedIn is not meant to be a newspaper.
Re: See what's trending
See also LinkedIn’s “Curated News” feed that you cannot turn off in the LinkedIn App.
I am not comfortable with those with other agendas curating what they think I should read - thus I have deleted the App.
Re: Real Gains
Not sure if a house is a good example here - unlike shares/bitcoins you can at least live in it.
Additionally its value is also dictated by location - i.e. to live somewhere with amenities valuable to you (and others) you have to pay more.
Re: My address has gone off whois!
GoDaddy at least are switching my domains to hidden WHOIS for nothing and are refunding the balance of my domain privacy fees.
Re: he is missing the lowest hanging fruit
Shadow profiles too please!
Re: Also watch out for hidden alarms
Was it a sign that said "Beware of the leopard"?
Re: Electric Monk?
The Sofa was indeed stuck on Dirk's stairs.
The horse was in Professor Chronotis' bathroom at Oxford university and I believe it was coaxed/pushed down the stairs by the Electric Monk.
Re: Somewhat baffling
Qubits obviously - mysterious ways and all that...
Is this the emergence of the Electric Monk?
Look out for hoof prints on the stairs...
Yeah...but what's he done lately?
No - you're thinking of his sister, Janet
Achilles tendon and spinal injuries are not fun.
No - in fact they are Bad, Bad - really Bad (Ow!)
2a. Check that SD Write-Protect tab is set to Write-Enable/Off prior to insertion in to camera
6. Open pod bay doors, Hal
That's what checklists are for
That's why they have validated checklists for the REALLY important stuff....
Embarassing/frustrating but not life-threatening in this case
Ignorance of the law is not a defence...
Aria has also argued that Taheri did not know enough about the deals to realise they were fraudulent, as well as asserting that he did not know what MTIC fraud was and therefore did not recognise the warning signs in his firm's suppliers
On this point I suspect that he will find that ignorance of the law is not a defence (i.e. that's why you have an external VAT Accountant if you don't have a qualified Finance Director/Controller in-house).
Don't forget AMD's current resurgence on the Server CPU side
Don't forget AMD's current resurgence on the Server CPU side - this may add some pressure to Intel to cut prices or raise specs at a price point.
MARGE - Molybdenum-Augmented Radioisotope Generating Electricity
Re: What's the problem?
Which is what you have been able to do for a long time for personal (i.e. non-business) domains - for an additional fee - with many registrars
Re: We're not in Kansas anymore, Tony.
Re your point on Banking IT, If you are in the UK then I would recommend the Horizon from 1977/78 on iPlayer.
I watched it the other night and it is fascinating looking at it 40 years later (having been around 10 when the program went out).
Bit like the new Oculus ones then
"accept our new privacy T&Cs or you're out".
That's a bit like the new Oculus Terms of Service - basically accept or you pretty well can't use your Rift device (maybe can still do via Steam) or downloads from their store....
Re: Any volunteers?
Or Esther (sweet sherry for the ladies...;-))
Re: everyone dispises?
I completely agree with your sentiment on shadow profiles, but I don't think that your suggestion is workable. I speak as a non-Facebook user also.
How are you (as a non-Facebook user) going to know if anything is shared on Facebook about you?
It is unrealistic to expect that any Facebook user will have a means to filter their non-Faceboook contact when uploading them and also that they will use a codeword (e.g. notJohnFen) when mentioning you in their posts.
I think that the only way to do this is at a back-end level by Facebook where they match mobile numbers/emails with user profiles and anything not corresponding to a user is blocked from collection (not perfect as people change mobiles/emails etc.), and purged. I suspect that this won't happen without court sanction....
Re: Single payer
I imagine that Oracle only put their own corporate stuff on their cloud - there is one for him...
Ditto Azure, AWS . Ooh that’s 3 now.
Re: JEDI Cloud
Larry, this isn't the Cloud you're looking for.....
The offeror is who the contractor is pre-contract (i.e. the supplier offering the contract for acceptance) - it's an established contract law term.
Once accepted then the contract is binding on the offeror.
Re: I know that military aircraft...
If you are on the ground, how do you know it is functional...
Also in this case it appears that the autopilot was functional, but operated incorrectly
Puggsy also please!
Puggsy also please!