Re: Goodbye to Slack
Salesforce uses Oracle for it's back-end, but it really doesn't surprise me that Ellison hates his customers. I guess that is pretty pbvious whenever you use an Oracle product.
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I totally get your point but tt will be interesting to see what legal standing a P.O.W NFT with no recognised authority has under any particular legal jurisdiction.
'I own this thing!'
Works fine for people happy to accept a value for a crypto-currency, but may not stand up in court.
And the penalties should apply to Probase's customers for criminally negligent supplier due diligence - or if they subcontracted due-diligence checks then also to the companies who provided them. I believe the GDPR legislation does not allow companies to just pass the buck to service providers in cases like this.
$100,000 to devote ... Apple's negligent misrepresentation... another $500,000 in damages. Finally, the emotional and physical toll exerted on the former gangland bean counter also has a price of, erm, $2bn.
So 2bn + 600,000 = 2.6bn? Rounding that 0.6m to 0.6bn? Is that just how Columbian accountants roll?
Isn't Struts a front end MVC thing for web sites? Shouldn't it be sat in the DMZ with only carefully controlled and monitored API calls allowed through to the secure zone? Don't you expect your front-end applications and servers to get hacked and injected and horribly abused with malformed requests hence all that monitoring and separation and internal firewalls?
How can so many government funded projects be so awful, and rather than anyone admit they've made a mistake, would rather keep shoveling money in, denying there's a problem, making the mistake bigger and repeating until a new government can scrap it completely. Over and over it happens. The people responsible are almost impossible to pin down, and when you do they just lie and/or talk about something different. It boggles my mind just how much inept fuck-buggery goes on, all hiding behind policies and processes that were intended, once, to be useful, but are in fact just screens for incompetence.
So monthly patterns are reasonably predictable - you don't need Big Data for that, the last 20 years avergage monthly temps. would do, not 200 years of 2000 samples an hour. But even that amount of data won't help determine the weather next wednesday. That is my point, nice general trends can often be spotted without massively huge, detailed data sets. Specific detailed predictions can often not be made even with them. When the volume of sample isn't the issue Big Data isn't going to help.
What you say is great for nice non-chaotic systems. Try recording the movement of a three bob pendulum for 100 years sampled every 1000th of a second. try to use that data to predict where it will be 15 seconds later (If you are going to say that is possible, what if a bearing fails after 7 of those seconds?). Not only does Correlation != Causality but also Determinism != Predictability. Few systems are as nice and well behaved as gravity.
Are you sure you're not getting all Daily Mail with your numeric reporting?
If he was 0.3% blood alcohol and the UK limit is 0.08% then he was just under 4 times the UK limit - 7 pints(ish). Hardly a fatal or particulary extraordinary amount of booze, just more than you should drive after. The Polish must have very low limits.
If it helps stop morons from cloggin up the NHS, and demanding rather expensive medicine and treatments, is it really such a bad idea? I'm all for protecting the vulnerable from exploitative swindle-merchants, but there comes a point when you have to wonder if we're really so short of religous morons that we really have to try to save them all. I'm sure they all quite keen to join their maker in paradise, surely we shouldn't try to delay their ultimate happiness?
So, even when the Judge pointed out how stupid they were, CPS sought a retrial?
It seems like madness to my poor naive brain that CPS need a conviction to prove material is extreme porn or child abuse, so one poor bugger gets a very nasty criminal record and everyone else (if they are paying attention) can learn from this and dispose of the material. That really sucks. Surely in any sane country there should be a mechanism where the police or CPS or some specific censor agency could go to the courts and get a ruling on the material, rather than needing to prosecute the owners/publishers.
But then people would know the law, and could sneak and weasel out of prosecution by cowardly not breaking it, and that would never do.
... and it's rather nice.
The battery life is about 4 days if you remember to turn off the WIFI but still have email/facebook synchronising on 3G. You can set it to 2G only and switch off the account synchronising. It supports IMAP email quite nicely too.
I like that I can vaguely keep up with friends on facebook without going to the website, I'm not a big fan, but quite of few of my friends (and strangely, my parents) seem to be.
I'm very pleased with it.
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