It's worth mentioning that device passthrough requires CPU extensions and motherboard support, and this doesn't seem well supported outside of solid server gear.
Most women who are in professional environments have had the experience where they propose a course of action, and people ignore them and keep talking, and then some guy proposes the same exact course of action, and everyone agrees with it, and concludes that the guy had the idea. Watch carefully in meetings and you can see it too. It's sort of magical.
Most guys have had that happen too.
I know LOADS of out-of-work lawyers in the UK. Many firms now get by with 1/5th the number of staff that they used to because a lot of the preparation and document related work is offshored.
People have been detained or arrested in the UK under various iterations of the terrorism act for really pathetic things. In one example, a woman was arrested for walking on a cycle path.
Given that we have already abused the terrorism laws by using them to detain and arrest people for offences that are clearly not terrorism related, how can we trust our system to hold trials in secret just because they are terrorism related ?
For all we know, these people walked on a cycle path - we have arrested people under terrorism related acts for things like this, so how can we be sure that the cause for arresting these people wasn't this trivial ?
Let me know which desk you sit at and I'll stop by for coffee tomorrow. We MUST be in the same building!
The comment I replied to was
> You can still get raped and cheated with London taxis.
From that comment, it wasn't clear that the OP was just talking about black cabs. Mini cabs are also taxis in London.
This is only a problem in America from what I can tell.
In the UK and elsewhere in Europe, I buy my phone outright then buy connectivity to a network separately. I currently pay £12 per month (including taxes) for 300 minutes, 500 SMSs and unlimited data. The unlimited data seems truly unlimited so far.
We don't pay to receive calls or SMSs, so the low looking amounts shown there are more than adequate for my needs.
I change providers roughly once every 6 months as deals change to ensure that I'm getting the best possible deal, and I take my existing number with me at no extra charge.
Don't forget NetMums!
I think that really depends on your field. There's certainly loads more work available for me in London, and the pay outside of London for similar roles with similar hours is around 20% less.
Similar properties in Stamford (only place I know well enough to compare to) are not cheaper enough to impact my mortgage and travel options are more restricted there.
No idea - just thought I'd share what I personally see. I've never seen an accurate stat from a reseller, so I pay no attention to them other than to compare different engine options within the same model of vehicle from the same manufacturer.
And a gun.
And a house. With cable!
> I'm always amazed at people in the US who are happy to spend more than the equivalent of one working day a week just getting to and from work.
A significant number of people in London do that and more. The average commute for the people in my office is 45 minutes unless there are delays. At least twice a week, someone has a delay extend their journey.
I get between 11.5 km/l and 13.1 km/l depending on what kind of driving I'm doing on that tank. This is on a 3 year old Mazda 3. My previous Mazda 3 gave similar consumption figures.
My Honda CB500F gets between 22km/l and 24km/l depending on the type of travel.