Flying saucer repair stand
Aliens land then ancient man stands back, draws air in through his teeth and says "I'll cost you, this is an obsolete model, you can't get the parts you know."
63 posts • joined 15 Sep 2008
Well Southern Electrics Feed-In-Tariff meter reading page was down altogether when I tried it 6 days ago, had to email the reading in.
They give you just a 5 day window to submit the reading and then say "We aim to make your payment within 65 working days after receiving your readings" so 13 weeks.
If that's their terms when they owe you money I guess it only fair we apply the same terms when we owe them.
Arduino footprint, ARM cortex M3, 72MHz, 128KB flash, 20KB RAM, available now.
I have no affiliation with either company.
And to answer another question, yes you can use "native" code. I program Arduino Duemilanove in C using Gcc, don't see why you'd want to use assembler though. Gcc gives you all the special register and interrupt support you need. Wanting to use sleep modes and interrupts is the reason I didn't use C++ and "Wiring".
Just shows you can't trust them.
Sub 4M here and falling on the BT wholesale monopoly. I can remember when it was 6.5 but as it slows and it falls below the fault threshold, BT look at it and regrade the line with a lower threshold.
Deepest darkest Hampshire.
Down the pub it was suggested the quickest way to get an upgrade would be to burn down the exchange.
Thanks for confirming my choice of Humax Foxsat HDR back in December. Been running without a hitch since then. It just works, very smooth even if a few of the operation menu steps feel a little strange, you quickly get used to them and it quickly feels natural.
It seems Panasonic still has some catch up to do, especially at that price. If I wanted a clunky interface I could build my own for less.
As others have already said, thanks for the warning guys.
Been to a few SEOne events in the past but guess I'll visit them no more.
Don't want my details associated with any sort of marketing database.
I have government photo ID, with home address verified by a physical police visit, but I'll only show that to someone for the purpose for which it was issued. That's not strictly true, I once used my shotgun certificate to gain access to a lap dancing club, bet that put a skew on the database.
A important aspect of a UMPC has to be it's size, how else does it qualify as UM? Since the EEE 701 was launched just about every announcement (with one poor exception) has been for a larger box, where are the smaller ones?
It would be so useful if that table had a column with X*Y*Z in it.
Still looking to shave about 15mm off the width :(
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