Re: No video?
10 squids a month, me old mackerel, should suffice.
537 posts • joined 22 Nov 2007
The video can be seen on the beeb. If you can't find it, you're a cabbage!
The abstract is linked at the bottom of the "article"; move your mouse cursor over the underlined "hyperlink" thingy... and, maybe, click it !
Any Playmobile reconstruction should seriously remain in your head. It's not funny any more. I could say "you're holding it wrong", but that's not funny either. Please don't link to XCK/Dilbert/Peanuts they're not funny either.
Seriously Lewis? You're Ed now, you reckon reposting articles, almost verbatim, in order *just* to present 70's redtop head & strap lines, is the way forward?
I'm seriously thinking of cancelling my subscription!.............
Sadly, monsewer AC, I have to agree. Unfortunately El Reg has recently become, with the exception of Andrew's articles (Not all - don't get cocky now), just a clickbait aggregator. There's precious little original work.
We understand your need for ad revenue, but please don't take the piss.
I'm sure you'll get upvoted as, generally, sheeple do tend to run with the herd. I'll probably be massively downvoted, however here goes: Please stop:
"You're <insert whatever the fuck you like here> it wrong"
It was moderately funny for a week after the Polo-Necked twat responded to the original complainants email, but not now.
My next lecture is at the Wigmore Hall
The Grauniad contact this Florian geezer when they need info on software/IT patent issues and, presumably, he replies. They consult, he replies, he's a consultant.
Can't attest to his accuracy etc. but, by definition, he's really is a consultant.
You OTOH, by presuming that The Guardian actually has "technical credibiity" in the first place, fail at the first hurdle.
Even for click-bait.
There's a rumour that Samsung is not the chip supplier for some shite idevice* and it's a 700 word article. The SGS4 is due to launch in a few days; we see fuck nothing, other than a snide article on wireless charging.
Please cancel my subscription
Routing around physical damage from a laser is what I understand from TFA. Modern processors (or SoC) are tiny, and tend to be surrounded by laser reflecting heatsinks, gold, silver and tin contact material. You'd have to be pretty accurate with your laser to cause the self healing to initiate, assuming that the stuff you lasered through, to get to the chip, was also capable of self healing.........
At Ferranti in the 70's & 80's EMP proof processors were developed for use in computers, comms equipment & targeting devices. Those babies could carry on during & after a nuclear airblast. However it was accepted that if the equipment was close enough to be physically damaged....
I've never met anyone who has declaimed "I have a Python web app" (presumably followed by breathing on their knuckles and polishing them on their Christmas cardie) has anyone else here?
PS If, when someone exclaims "I have a Python web app" & you are unable to immediately ascertain, from the choices/options you mention, what the FTG means - try asking - he'll surely explain in excruciating detail.
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