Re: Deja vu, all over again...
But that's part of the problem, they don't all support the standards in the same way or by the same amount.
So you choose the one that supports the standards you need.
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So, first. Please make your posts make sense. Littering them with capitalised letters in your green crusade do nothing for you. Post as a person. You seem to realise this is a rant so have posted appropriately.
Why is me choosing to keep things I have paid for a problem? They are not littering, I am not sending them to landfill. Why is me expecting the companies, that sell these things for excessive profits, to offer something in return for what essentially, is just them saving money instead of having to dig it out of the ground. If they were serious about "green" they would never have made the things unrepairable. These companies are only about profit and want the rare elements from these things cheaper than they can dig them out of the ground so they can continue to rake in the excessive profits.
My "green" is my own businesses and I am proud of it since I've been doing it since I was a whipper snapper. I did not need to wait for this "woke" mentality to do what I knew was right, so take your crusade elsewhere.
...are they paying me for my obviously valuable stock of those resources?
Or, as I suspect. Are they going to relieve me of them out of the kindness of their hearts, and "for the planet."
How about I hold onto them until they pay back some of the extortionate,inflated price I paid for them. They are doing me no harm sat there.
So the difference here is just capex vs opex. You're paying for the electric. You've specced up the hardware. You can give it a hug if needs be...
But you're paying Amazon (insert other provider if necessary) to for the privilege. Could you not I don't know budget for the kit and install it yourself if you need an on-prem workhorse? Pretty sure it would be cheaper in the long run.
But you've just described what Zuckerberg is trying to sell. In his metaverae you'll be able to experience the joys of running through the rape seed field with none of the drawbacks.
Winner right there. Though you'll need the compulsory added extra touch and feel pack for the full experience.
Sounds like you want the old days back. Windows went registry. Deal with it.
If you like everything to be a text file may I suggest to you a very popular option called Linux.
It's free, does lots of things well and works in the way you want an os to.
Stop basing the tool and use the right tool for the job if you don't like the other options. You have a choice.
Getting all upset that x company does things differently is just your emotional attachment showing.
You don't need a registry hack. You literally turn it off in the options.
I've had it on since the option appeared just because I like the option to select the portion of the screen being captured.
I used to use a 3rd party program to do it but since they added the option to wi dows there has been no need.
If you want to continue your witch hunt. Go ahead but you're just showing your ignorance about the operating system.
@The Man Who Fell To Earth
Thanks for linking the exact articles I was talking about. Nothing about the technical side of things an if these devices are intentionally sending out data. The first is the most technical and that is dealing with designing systems, for companies. Shock horror, other companies do this too.
What I want to see is where this so-called leak/threat is and how I should mitigate it. Although I already know that as I don't let anything out from these cameras.
Is there any study or article that actually shows that these devices are an issue, leaking data or anything or is this a case of oh it's china therefore it's bad?
I'm not talking about these articles that go for headlines of X amount of $company cameras are exploitable. These articles are just revealing where people have not properly secured their devices.
I have an estate of Hivision cameras and when I get time will do my own check on any leaks. Not that the company can afford to replace them all. But having a credible article with an analysis would be a great help.
Heat pipes used in graphics cards are essentially vapour chambers.
They contain liquid that evaporates then condenses back to a liquid to efficiently move the heat.
It seems there is a design flaw that is apparent on some (not all) cards. Where it is assumed that the gas is not condensing again or some such so that the heat pipes are not working properly.
Too much / not enough coolant or just design. We will know when AMD find the cause.
It's not that difficult. Everyone knows Google is where search is at and most everyone thinks Chrome is 'the' browser now-a-days. So they all download Chrome, Chrome then says make me default, user says yes please. End. I've not had bing re-ask or force itself to be my default browser in many years.
Yes, I'm a techie, but I have not done anything to prevent it that any non-techie would not do.
The HP 3D printers were the only ones that could make my limited run 800pcs design I needed at the strength levels I needed. I did not have an in house printer and was weighing up getting one. Also at a lot smaller cost than injection moulding.
I had my design tested on normal printers and the HP technique ones as I had some fragile bits. Normal 3D printing was very course (even on as fine as they offered) compared to the HP ones and they were brittle. I could snap bit's off easily. Using the HP process I could bend my design a LOT before it broke.
As others have said though. These are big printers and not for the home crowd.
Let's be honest, do we really NEED 5G?
4G does most of what everyone needs. 5G will eventually role out and will help, but it is not needed by the majority and won't even cover, as previous generations before it, everyone.
What this is a report by an interested party(ies), the GSMA.
P.S. I've written a report that all countries are lagging behind putting £1,000,000 each into my bank account. Please step up your pace as you are all lagging behind at the moment.
While I wholeheartedly agree that would should collaborate internationally, that can also be seen as putting all your eggs in a single basket.
250M is not a lot to say, what about this way.
I admit, I've not looked into ITER fully but surely looking at multiple ways of doing things is better that trying one and potentially failing.
As Charlie has said.
I get it you want to promote faster speeds. But you'll not achieve them. The chances of having a free 320Mhz channel are practically zero.
What can it achieve with a 20Mhz channel (or lower) and/or with many people connecting? If everyone is connecting at 5.8Gbps let alone the 40 that is theoretically mentioned. Just think of the back-haul needed let alone if those speeds are actually achievable with more than 1 person connected.
A lot of people not in IT I speak to think the Wi-Fi speed is the internet speed so that'll be interesting trying to explain why they can't get that speed.
Nvidia exceeded market expectations and on Wednesday reported record first-quarter fiscal 2023 revenue of $8.29 billion, an increase of 46 percent from a year ago and eight percent from the previous quarter.
I expect the above to be amended, but 2023 revenues already. GO NVIDIA!
I beg to differ.
A persons data belongs to them and only them unless they decide to share it. I could make all sorts of analogies about other data that you would not share like the contents of your house, your salary heck your entire schedule. All of these could save lives too you know, if you use the data correctly. They can also be used in other ways too nefarious as well as not, all without your knowledge.
Why should your data be any different than any other possession? If I want to borrow a friends car, I ask them nicely and they will either say yes or no. If it's a no I can't then just take the keys. That's called stealing and potentially carries jail time. Data should be no different.
Part of our insurance this year had to include "Cyber", part of the stipulation was that I download and app and had to have it and run it within 30 days.
I'm not running some random App on my system I said, but our legal guys were on my case. So I downloaded the app, ran it thinking it would do some sort of scan or check of our systems.
Nope, it is a tool for reporting a breach. A literal messaging app, period. I mean I could have let them know by The WhatchamacallitApp but nope the insurance policy dictates I need theirs. Guess what else it does? Yup try to sell me more insurance in the form of keeping me notified of security concerns. As if I don't do that already in better ways than an insurance company.
It's not the writing of the words that is different from the mouth-hole version. It's he interpretation.
Many a disagreement that has been going on for far to long because a took b's written version the wrong way has been resolved by having them actually talk to each other.