Will show an impressive discount come the sales
108 posts • joined 13 Jul 2009
They couldn't have gone for Core Operational Policing Solution (COPS).
Nobody naw give you no break
Police naw give you no break
Soldier naw give you no break
Not even you SIMS software give you no break
Bad boys, bad boys
Whatcha gonna do, whatcha gonna do
When they come for you
"My wife regards this as an excellent sport, and she will happily spend 20 minutes playing along"
I'd recommend listening to replyall episodes 102 & 103. It's Olympic standard "playing along"
If by the service in question you mean teamviewer then yep they do. When you enable it you get a recovery key:
"If you lose access to your mobile device or to the authenticator app on your device, the recovery key is your last resort to deactivate two-factor authentication. The recovery key allows you to login again with your email and password. The recovery key is very powerful as it allows you to deactivate two-factor authentication. Therefore, it must be kept in a secure place. Consider printing more than one copy in case one copy gets lost or destroyed. Do not send the recovery key unencrypted via email since this could give an unauthorized user access to it. After deactivating two-factor authentication with the recovery code, you can always reactivate two-factor authentication for your user."
"The (very few) aircraft that have had cabin ejection systems, rather than ejection seats, were designed for operation at sustained supersonic speeds and had them for that supersonic ejection case. Nobody would (or does) bother with such a heavy, expensive and relatively low performance system otherwise."
Didn't Jean-Luc Picard perform emergency saucer separation at a warp speed of 9.5?
I abandoned iplayer when the last set of "improvements" removed the ability to series link recordings.
Now use get_iplayer & web pvr manager along with task scheduler to download the programs and play with the viewer of your choice (vlc etc)
so you can get images in FF & RWD along with a time line.
it doesn't crash whenever its paused.
it doesn't leave you watching the spinny thing for 5mins whenever you try to do anything with it.
In respect to "It's apparently a chargeable upgrade with an up to one year evaluation period. After that you presumably must pay...."
I'm still sceptical but It doesn't sound like that from this from Terry Myerson:
"This is more than a one-time upgrade: once a Windows device is upgraded to Windows 10, we will continue to keep it current for the supported lifetime of the device"
"Taking people that have no history of computer use, who grew up 100s of miles from the nearest PC, and whose entire family line were small holding farmers, and putting them in charge of your global IT infrastructure cannot end well."
That's a very harsh description of the Scottish population
"Fiction alert! We have this thing called "fiction", which means that people make up stories right out of their imagination."
Doctors produce fiction as well.
Richard Smith, a member of the Royal College of Physicians working party that produced the recommendations, told the paper the limits were prompted by “a feeling that you had to say something”.
I had to get up in the morning at ten o'clock at night half an hour before I went to bed, drink a cup of sulphuric acid, work twenty-nine hours a day down mill, and pay mill owner for permission to come to work, and when we got home, I had to back my data up with parchment and a quill
You were lucky. We lived for three months in a paper bag in a septic tank. We used to have to get up at six in the morning, clean the paper bag, eat a crust of stale bread, go to work down t' mill, fourteen hours a day, week-in week-out, for sixpence a week, and when we got home our Dad would thrash us to sleep wi' his belt.
But according to:
"Samsung attached a portion of the jury selection process in which Hogan promises he can set aside his own understanding of patents and only use the judge's interpretation of the law and her instructions. But after the trial, Hogan and other jurors who gave interviews said that his experience helped them come to their decision"
So if he lied during voir dire how is that Samsungs fault?
Civil at the moment. the TL:DR version ends with:
It follows from my findings in relation to Mr Freeman, Mr Sullivan, Mr Marrow and Mr Steele that the papers in this case should be referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions with a view to any criminal proceedings against one or more of those persons that he might feel are appropriate
"Mr Waters' reliance on his medical condition to excuse him from responsibility ... and to explain his inability to participate at the trial ... was, on his own evidence, greatly exaggerated"
"After I had completed drafting most of this judgment, including in particular the section dealing with Mr Waters, I was informed that Mr Waters had died"
"I would merely observe that the causes of his death shown on his death certificate... seem at odds with the conditions which Mr Waters said that he suffered from at an earlier stage of these proceedings"
The fact that he needed to know was not known at the time that the now known need to know was known, and therefore those that needed to advise and inform him perhaps felt that the information that he needed as to whether to inform the highest authority of the known information was not yet known, and therefore there was no authority for the authority to be informed because the need to know was not, at that time, known or needed
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