Re: Just A.N.Other Global Operating Device Proving Wonderfully Different to Others
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135 posts • joined 2 Nov 2009
This is wilful stupidity on Cerf's part.
No one is or should be asking for Google to divulge their technology. They are or should be free to do with it as they want.
Google, however, is not using the results of their technology to reflect the world as it is but as the way they wish it to be. That is what we object to.
I have found a delightful addition to this problem, including
Indigenous North Americans who call their fellow sell-outs Apples - Red on the outside and white on the inside and
Eco- Warriors who are called Watermelons - Green on the outside, red on the inside.
but they are so numerous that they cannot fit on this page.
Meaning (via Google Translate)
No, my good man, you are wrong. Mr. Proudhon was French, so he knew nothing about tea, and he was a mutualist / anarchist, not a socialist. But this is a mistake that is easy to understand, because there are many people who think that Mr. Corbyn is a Marxist. Today, even insults are thrown by those who do not understand their derivation.
There you have it in a nutshell. The cloud is based on the premise of a bank. The bank lends out depositor's money to others on the notion that not all of the depositors need access to their deposits at the same time. If there is a run on the bank (sorry we're out of capacity at the moment), the bank will have an auction to see who gets access to their own money by paying MORE.
What a delightful idea. IT dealing with the banks.
Since Strategic Command still uses the granddaddy of them all
Why not supply custom versions at $US 2 million a pop?
Superconductors? Really? Cool down your dreams using liquid Helium? How many watt-hours just to power the compressors to keep it liquid? How many effing Pounds Sterling is this going to cost for your anticipated "improvement"? You have any idea of the increase in efficiency you are proposing? Call back when you do.
There comes a point where these Wall St. types must be considered to be bona fide clowns. And the rest of us are hanging on to their every word.
Is it reasonable to think that because Office365 is up by the admittedly statistically farcical "triple digits" that regular Office should do the same? Are we so naïve to believe their expectations of earnings continuing "To Infinity and Beyond!"? Are we simply playing the game of getting out of the market at the top and letting the sucker, I mean investor behind us eat it?
If anything, the cost to build a renewable infrastructure is just as bad. The equivalent levels of carbon emitted would practically cancel each other out. Benefit? Running an industrial economy versus a hunter-gatherer one.
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