Boeing Jim, Really
Acorns next meeting ....
1540 posts • joined 28 Jan 2016
I've done this comparison in the past,
you need to compare apples with apples.
App sales are equivalent of an online marketplace IE Amazon Marketplace, Ebay, which charge (all told) IRO 15% on purchases
In game currency is basicaly payment processing, so looking at Square, Paypal, Worldpay, etc.
you are looking at around 7.5%
Google have half (if their lucky) a leg to stand on, as other stores are allowed, but apple have none, as they dont allow any other store on their platform.
Because Shiney, "its got an apple logo on it, so its better than whatever you have"
Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, Huawei, TCL(Alacatel,blackberry), Lenovo(Motorola) all make very good phones at a fraction of the cost, but 50% of right pondians and 60% of left pondians wont buy anything without the fruit based logo
Same with 5G
if everyone could get 10Mbps and 3G it might be worth pushing 1Gbps and 5G, but the so called Universal Service Obligation, is starting to look like a most people something, if you feel like it.
IIRC BT were gearing up to roll out fibre everywhere in the 90s before HMG flogged their remaining 50% they even built fibre fabs in ipswich and birmingham
the answer is not detecting the defects and fixing them
the answer is not making the defects in the first place.
this is why you need programmers and engineers, not coders.
Heres an acronym for the Authour of the piece:
Forget Usual Coding Knowledge Or Finding Faults, Treat With Adept Talent
in a software firm you need a core group of Programmers or software engineers to create the program logic and flow a build in the security etc., then you need a miriad of coders to translate this logic into the miriad of languages used across the miriad of platforms.
Manglement in their effort to cut costs said why are we paying the core group so much, why not just pay them the same, so quality did as it does and left the sinking ships, this is why we see less and less inovative features, and more tweaks to current code, building up more and more technical debt....
Virgin are owned By Liberty Global - says everythiing USAians need to know.
In the UK most people have 2 choices, get something down the withering OpenBreach(Kingston if your in Hull) Copper lines or over Virgin Fibre/COAX network, where available
The rare happy few have a third party provider with their own fibre and a decent service, at a not unreasonable cost. (GigaClear, CityFibre, Hyperoptic, B4RN, and others)
the less-rare unhappy ones either dont have a phone line thats reliable enough to get a connection, are uneconomical to provide to and have to resort to Mobile Internet, if not in a blackspot, or god-forbid Satelite broadband to satisfy their need
what you have to understand is that your speech is free, but so is anyone elses
It just so happens that society in america has become so polarised, and your identity defined by Red or Blue, there are no longer shades, there is no purple.
Each exists in its own bubble with out the other, where its view is re-inforced by opinions drressed as facts.
There are now at least 3 sides to every story: yours; mine and the cold hard truth. with the algortihms and partisan media, all that matters to you is yours and all that matters to me is mine, and the truth ceases to be.
IOW, the courts interpret the law, parliment makes it.
Precedent is great, it fixes all the grey areas,
if i higher court have made a decison like this use it to guide this decision, the problem comes when precident is wrong, and you need to persue it to the top to change it.....
I stuggle to find your point, as you are fully contradicting yourself. firstly you need to compare apples and apples, thew a51 probably competes with the SE, but you have to look at the S Series to compare to the iPhone.
OS to OS, iOS counts for 2.69% of mobiles in india, Android 96.28%
Vendor wise Xiaomi have 27.32%, Samsung 20.1% Vivo 13.62% Oppo 11% Realme 8.62% and Apple a lowly 2.69%
(latest from statcounter)
but with the smartphone market penetration at a lowly 36.7% there are a lot of indians who have multiple mobiles and a lot more that dont have any
who said boeings were economical to operate
they just arent for a given generational/type combination, the boeing is probably less economical
McDD execs have one proiority and thats the almighty dollar.
they will show lip service to anythign as long as it increases the margin they can make on each bird the manage to flog
NHS records are not online, the only things that are available across the entire NHS (if you can say such a thing still exists) are the Summary care record (which you can opt out of) and the demographic data linked to your NHS Number.
The actual detail of your record is maintained in a miriad of diferent systems, that are generally completley incompatable with each other,) held and operated by GPs, Hospitals, Community Teams, Support Units and other entities that you deal with and the transfer of which is covered by a miriad of controller/processor and controller/controller agreements.
The majority of your information is stored in your GP record, and this gets shuttled around the country when you move doctors or a specialist needs the detail.
This information is dicom images. these are ultrasounds, xrays, cts etc they are transfered in a common format, which is constantly maintained and updated, the current version 2020d, there are usually 5 a year, its even has an ISO Standard 12052.
As with all standards, the majority of issues are not with the actual standard, but its implementation.
This specific incident is more down to an imaging system and vendor implementation. Normally if these are stored in the cloud the demographics are stripped from the images before they leave the organisation and replaced with a unique reference.
the system may be broken, but it has been for a long time.
the Trump admin's case that this is an emergency, so they dont need to consult, is laughable, and the court got it right.
if theyd started this earlier in the administration rather than all the wall nonsense and muslim bans, they might have actually done some good.
if they had done their due consultation, this system might actually have worked, Higest paid or most needed proffesions prioritised requirement of sallary at 110-115% of market rate for the role, and wide industry acceptance and it would have sailed through.
rushing through with wildy unworkable limts and no consultation, its a joke.
exactly, the government defined the requirement of a "substantial meal," without defining the term
its up to the court to decide on the definition of substantial and meal should a case were somone is prosecuted under that statute appear before them and a hgiher court has yet to make that determination.
thats the problem with the current CMA, effectivley every action you take can be considered in one of the 5 offenses:
1.Unauthorised access to computer material.
2.Unauthorised access with intent to commit or facilitate commission of further offences.
3.Unauthorised acts with intent to impair, or with recklessness as to impairing, operation of computer, etc.
3za.Unauthorised acts causing, or creating risk of, serious damage
3a,Making, supplying or obtaining articles for use in offence under 1,3,3za
the definititions are to broad and the penalties too lenient.
basically its the worst of both worlds, we can charge you with CMA violations for everything, but all you get is a slap on the wrist, wheras fraud charges have a better scale, and considerably larger maximums
Rotate your keys, retire old ones, but dont release them, its just a faf on.
I rotate keys about every 6 months, and have 1 active, and othe onld one in dns, so after a year, the keys just arent there anymore.
DKIM is a point in time solution to verify the email is comming from who it said it did, it is not an ongoing proof of this.
So on my domain, if the email hasnt arrived or been checked in 1 year, DKIM wont verify as the selector wont exist, or if it does, it will have a different key.
why release the keys, it makes no sense to, as DKIM has no use for the private key after the message is signed, and the public one is sitting there in DNS untill its no longer useful.
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