oops, sorry made a mistake.
Currently, there is a 100$ reduction in the US, and the price given by El Reg included the bargain and the one I gave did not.
So, in fact, you can get the Windows 8 version at 1499$.
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Lewis Pages is controlling ice melt.
No impact of CO2 or mankind activities (Lewis Page is god).
Nasa is a nice band of marketing teenager that never understood engineering.
And, proof above all, Curiosity has found positive temperatures on Mars, although there is no mankind activities there.
Sorry for polluting this topic.
As a developer, I consider that Apple must act quickly.
They must act quickly, not against people getting their hands on iOS beta releases, but against people complaining against iOS beta releases not being supported by App developer.
Last year, from beginning of July to end of September, my app got several 1 star note and negative comments by users of iOS5 beta complaining because of crashes.
This is really a burden.
This year, the day after iOS6 beta 1 was out, I had a 1 star note from an iOS6 user, because of a standard telephony feature my application is using, and is in IOS since version 1, and that is broken in IOS6 for the time being. It was not even a problem of my application not working correctly under iOS6.
Apple should prevent those people from noting apps on teh market. Apple must act quickly on that.
Matt, you are a joke.
"In insisting that any change is caused by man and dooms us and the rest of the planet you sound just like some desperately guilt-ridden and very unscientific cult."
Did I ever said that ?
So, claiming that I insisted that is a joke.
You are a joke. End of the story.
ok, did I say that anyone died in Fukushima ?
Yes, Nuclear "energy" is more green than most of other fossile energy.
But also potentially more dangerous.
When Lewis wrote his article saying that this was a minor incident winding down, he was completely wrong. This was a very serious incident growing and growing.
He wrote a series of article saying it was impossible that only iodine would be release and that it was impossible that cesium would be release.
Those prooved to be completely false.
Then, because this industry is potentially very dangerous, we have to be on the knees on the enterprise to be sure they keep on improving their security standards. Exactly the contrary of this Mr Agenda.
Hey Lewis ? You great futurist might remind this one :
Fukushima's toxic legacy: Ignorance and fear"
Hysteria rages unchecked as minor incident winds down
By Lewis Page • Posted in Physics, 22nd March 2011 13:49 GMT
I am impressed by your imaginative way of using use of fire by prehistoric man to pretend that gengerating CO2 is what makes us human, and trying to get to our minds that we have to continue to generate the more CO2.
What about demonstrating that lying is an essential part of being human ?
We have an actual proof here ...
1000 millisivert per hour this morning in some water found in reactor n°2.
Everything is fine.
Radioactivity released in the environment keep on growing.
What you can't understand, is that the crisis is not because of the current situation, but because of where the current situation could drive us.
Before the tsunami, all that happened could never have happened.
After the tsunami, the "experts" told us that as the reactor had been stopped, this was just a cooling problem.
After the first explosions and the first releases of radioactive elements, again "experts" start to pretend that there was no problem as the situation was under controlled and only short halflived element could leak.
Every assertion done by "experts" in the last weeks have proven wrong.
Do we really have to wait for the situation to go to the next level to have the right to say that this is a crisis ?
"It remains highly unlikely that the workers themselves will suffer any measurable health consequences from radiation"
With levels of 500 millisiverts per hour close to reactor 2 today, they have a little more than 10 minutes to spend there before they should run away.
That does not give time to do a lot of work.
If ever this increase and prevent worker from working close to reactors 1 and 3 before being able to reinstate a proper cooling system, this situation might become critical.
Clearly, a triumph for the nuclear industry ...
As already said by anonymous coward, natively, chrome OS is targeting netbooks and not tablets.
This is a very important distinction.
Is there a touch based layer at the time being in Chrome OS ?
I don't know.
But reading such a short article based on a single tweet, and mentioning twice that ChromeOS is targeting tablet is really clear on the level of this article : bullshit written by somebody of very little knowledge of the situation
So logitech will start selling in 2-3 weeks a device running mostly on GPL code, but the source code will be made available in summer 2011.
Looks like a GPL violation to me.
They have to offer the source code of all GPL based code they are using as soon as they start selling the device.
Then, if you read the complete judgement (http://legalis.net/spip.php?page=jurisprudence-decision&id_article=2985), and you are native speaker, you will understand the "people condemned" :
- Eric S. (as it is stated although the 'directeur de la publication" of a French web site can not be anonymised
- Google Inc
(Google France is not condemned because Google Inc is directly responsible for running google.fr)
to pay :
- 5.000Euros for the costs to go to court
- 1 Euro of damages (M. Bellanger had asked for 100.000 Euros)
- 500 Euros per day and per occurence starting one month after the judgement (so should be october 8th)
I imagine that an occurence is when one of the following terms
" “M. X... viol”,
- “M. X... condamné”,
- “M. X... sataniste”,
- “M. X... prison”,
- “M. X... violeur"
appears on Google suggest after having typed the name of this person (and you can judge by yourself now cause it still works). So I imagine it's a maximum of 2.500Euros max per day.
ok, so Mr X is not Mr anybody. He is said to be Pierre Bellanger, CEO of a French radio that has turned into a big web blogging company (skyrock).
A link with some information about his story ...
First, French national figures : if you do consider the amount of suicides that are from teenagers, and if you do consider that there are no teenagers in France Télécom, then you can consider that the figures are more above French average than under.
Then, what is worth considering, is the amount of people that are commiting suicide, mentioning the main reason for that is their work, and because of the pressure of their work, they no longer can cope with that.
Then, this is very unusual. People generally comitting suicide because of personal problems. Not because of problems with their manager's pressure.
Then, yes there may be civil servant that were not used to work with pressure. Then, I was shocked to see people (not in this forum) saying that it was the wikest that were failing.
In fact, if you are looking at the average people that are comitting suicide, you discover that they were people that did succeed in the past, but because of the neverending structure remodelling, they were doing job they were not comfortible in, they were failing to cope with their workload, and their objectives. Then, themselves or their manager were telling them that they are weak and should leave.
They are lost and are commiting suicide.
Moreover, one important point to consider, is that in France, as FT is partially state owned, there has never been any redundancy plan. The government never allowed that to FT management, though that is necessary.
But there are great pressure from the management to see people leaving the company. The bonuses of managers are based on how many people from their service are leaving the company. Anf those people are sometimes harassing the employees and bullying them, to drive them to resign.
As a consequence of what, people are sometimes choosing a more extreme solution.
"It says the new box adds DTS decoding - that's surround sound ..."
oh, the DTS fans will love that one !
1- can you give examples of such blu-ray players because that seems very interesting
2- and let's give WD a cahnce as the y have not yet announced the product nor the price. Maybe this could be as cheap as 30£ (pls do not comment on that one !)
Sorry, but I also saw some demos of flat panel 3D screen 2 months ago, and there were no such frame per left/right eye and you could have a continued viewing experience without pain.
The 3D experince was great. But then this is a demo, and the sequences are selected. So I would be very interested to see the result with everyday TV programs
The phone is supposed to be for developers.
Moreover, one of the interest for developers is that the bootloader is specific and allows you to completely reflash the OS.
And for shipping costs, read the small lines ...
"Outside the US
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shipping service and the applicable customs, duties, import and
country specific other fees."
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