390 posts • joined 19 Jun 2009
Because water expands as it freezes.
Re: Algorithmic Artificial Intelligence Hyperbolic Baloney
"I thought the NHS was designed to provide health care to those specifically on low incomes, when did that change?"
You thought wrong.
It would be challenged, when there was a match.
Not a failure mode.
The "visa to a French citizen, German, Polish etc." will be identical I think as they are all EU.
Otherwise there may be difficulty with the EU in relation to entry to their borders.
Well yes, we could... it is called
9 women cannot in one month
make a baby.
"Control" is what is being discussed. It isn't abstract, it involves bricks, people and software.
Who got the money?
And imagine how many pennies would be spent for
Libre Office in its successively current versions...
Re: What do they need this for?
Closed source and proprietary.
It was never necessary to buy that.
(FLOSS does not guarantee anything I'd updated, it guarantees nobody can prevent you having it updated; interfaced to X etc)
Funded by who benefits from regulation!
There are several bad effects of introducing a law saying you may not now do something you could before unless you pay us as much as we spend on allowing you to.
Among them are a temptation to regulate where it might not be needed, and a lack of incentive to operate efficiently.
Who is claimed to benefit? In short, all citizens, residents, visitors.
Who should pay for that benefit?
...all citizens, residents and visitors, through general taxation.
Uber provides nothing which could not
be provided otherwise.
Preferably without any proprietary software involved, but that may be another matter.
This particular company seems to have had its corporate culture set, and we would probably be best served by it going away.
Levitating frogs requires
a very strong magnet. I infer that would work for humans, and possibly be cheaper than the approach involving the ISS or similar.
Intended to be
Just bad record keeping.
Not very surprising ... Now
Track back who caused it please.
It isn't automatic...
It is default.
At 2 per year, what
does "the vast majority" mean please?
You should now have to demonstrate
that you are suitable to control a vehicle before being allowed to do so.
To install software on Linux I type
apt install packagename
You may be doing it wrong.
You cannot regulate
And of course they do not have owners, they have staff.
Re: People are Heavy!
Food, or less than 100 would arrive wherever
That company is not in
the open source community I am in.
Tricky to do that without
making telephone companies liable for conversations on the telephone.
The root of the problem is stupid users...
By and large the smart ones don't react to knowing how to pick a lock or do high-energy chemistry by going on crime sprees.
Re: only if you ignore UNISON
No it doesn't.
It shows that a case requires a plaintiff.
Re: Enough with the cute names already!
Codenames are well sorted.
CASE NIGHTMARE GREEN or
GOD GAME INDIGO are less good than some, but fun.
Statistical technique used by people who don't guess how many Fords, but count them (in a sample, or from registrations of cars etc)
If there are 1000 times as many Fords, divide the crashed Ford's by 1000 to get a crude comparator.
2 week video timer
As I recall. So not more than 2 weeks.
There's a fair compromise...
That vendors are required to maintain support for software while an operating instance remains in the world ... OR until they publish the full source code - all needed to compile working instances - under a licence allowing study, support, distribution of altered versions, extension and patching, which in practice is going to be a GPL.
Then if the task is onerous and no profit can be made from it, the company loses nothing by publishing, and ends its responsibility. If it is a business decision, then their ex-customers get to make a business decision as well, and people who like supporting that sort of thing, likewise.
 You might put a number higher than 1 on that, or not.
 or country, or business, or public service, or government...
And what surprises you about people over 50?
That we are still alive?
Or that we had grandfathers?
_Young_ person, you are not yet a Jedi.
74 countries hit by NSA-powered WannaCrypt ransomware backdoor: Emergency fixes emitted by Microsoft for WinXP+
Do we need attachments?
And if we need attachments, do we need them present in the email?
PointMail looks a better idea, but if an email has an attachment stripping if at the border and dropping it into two days quarantine, turning it to plain text and generally neutering it and allowing it to be collected later seems better.
here we go again, back to the 90s
Into every generation one is born who think s this is possible and a good idea.
I was impressed with that library when I visited
And in a country that size, digitalisation seems important.
Feeding children properly is generally
regarded as a good thing.
It is also an investment in the future many of us share at least a portion of.
That'll be interesting Ministerially*...
appointing someone not in a Scottish seat to be Minister for Scottish Affairs should play well in the Provinces.
* If the Tories are returned
And the Falklands War which arose from Tory action
in reducing visible interest in the South Atlantic by removing the patrol ship.
What a coincidence! We cry.
And the NHS scores
Keep it, it is good.
Plugging satellites together
So there are fewer, larger, satellites would appear to be a strategy.
And adding Lego bricks of thruster clusters on each end could maintain function.
We thought we'd build one space station, then Clarke indicated 3 so let's head back toward that.
However, their direction has changed...
Hitherto the nice helpful world-wise ones would tell the paranoid foreigner-haters how to behave in the expectation that all the way up to the top of the Administration they would be recognised as correct.
Time spent on Windows is no more free
than time spent on any other operating system and desktop.
Nor is it, in my personal and business experience, less time on Windows than on Linux.
Re: Based on assumptions...
Not officially the government I think.
Re: Devils and details.
Charities should be using FLOSS..
Re: The French
Rafael is quite pretty, and I gather works on carriers.
Rather than penalty clause
it may be that they do not promise or propose to do things that are not yet well worked-out.
However in (deterrence of and actions a bit short of) war, building ships for the last war may not work well.
Huge doesn't seem to be the problem - "steel is cheap, and air is free" - but for warships, even rather large ones, making them smaller targets than they might be is probably beneficial.
Would you like to libel any
particular one, to add to Tesla?
Well done California
Vandenberg is federal, presumably, so which other launch facilities are to hand?
Prepare for the worst. Relax and be pleased if it does not happen.
Do you feel the job of HM Loyal Opposition is to
oppose, and therefore he and the party he leads should be against high speed broadband for all?
It is a socialist idea, as is a flat rate postal service and the provision of water.
To have a plausible backronym,
almost anyone sufficient sense must have.