Don't quote me on this, but... =P
I thought the advantage of being able to use symmetric key exchange was it fundamentally had a lower computational overhead... that and it looked nice and neatly symmetric ;-)
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"Also a link to an online copy of the Daily Mail's "Nature's Deadly Rage" would be great if you could provide it..."
Err... you did try Googling the phrase; Daily Mail's "Nature's Deadly Rage" didn't you....?
Because an online version of that copy seems to be the first result
Why are pedestrians, cyclists and motorists referred to in articles/studies like these as if they're entirely different species?
I drove to work today, but tomorrow I'll be cycling down to the station to catch the train into London and then walk from the station... I guess I must be some kind of weird one-off mongrel =P
Hell, if the allowed area is small enough continental drift starts to become a problem with long distance calls ;-)
That'd be interesting to try and have to explain to a room full of generals suddenly looking a blank screen mid-sentence if you forgot to take it into account...
"...the legitimacy of forming a government with the ringing endorsement of just over a third of the electorate"
It's just over a third of the people who voted, not the whole electorate, much less the British people (to badly paraphrase a man called Gil =)
It's not spelt out in the article or the blog post itself, but in the supporting doc (PDF of letters bouncing back and forward between him and the bank) he does explain why he wasn't willing to sign the second declaration....
"The quality of some of the songs (including "popping") clearly indicated that the tracks had been downloaded"
Right, because stuff that's been downloaded is made out of those dodgy knocked off ones and zeroes that fell off the back of a lorry...
Maybe he used some old decks to copy all of that old vinyl onto his laptop (probably a lot easier to carry around) and made a bollocks of the quality? *shrug*
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