Well, after what seems like a zillion years, I have finally decided to prune Slashdot from my list of daily sites to use for tech news. I was spurred on by Cmdr Taco's recent departure, but if truth be told, the site's never been the same since the last re-design that just made it harder to get things to display as I want, other sites seem to get the headlines quicker and have far fewer derps trying to out-first-post everyone else. So, goodbye - and thanks for all the polls.
True - I used to have a crystal set that I'd occasionally hook up to a digital analogue clock and it would run fine throughout the day and up until one of the more local stations went off the air for the night.
No, but they act as the interface between the organisation and its customer base. 'Rep' means 'representative' so you might as well tell them how you want them to represent you (an unhappy customer) in their feedback and internal reports - assuming they bother to 'tell it like it is' to the grown-ups.
Meh, my device uses Sapphire and I call my positively charged regions 0s and my negatively charged regions 1s, so I'm in the clear.
Nope, as I pointed out on El Reg - pretty flexible:
T2ss can drink - just stay off the high-carb (Guinness-type) stuff and don't drink on an empty stomach.
Best wishes from another T2 (who drinks)
I work about 10 mins walk from the Harveys brewery in Lewes and it's always a pleasure to pop into their shop for a few bottles. It's amazing how many locals you see walking about town with their large plastic containers on the way to/from a fill-up!
Yes, we have moved on to eIntrusions and iIntrusions - and how about Intrusions 2.0
Even the crystalline entity needs to relieve itself once in a while.
Just think about it for a moment; if someone managed to deliberately or accidentally bypass the maths integrity checks they could actually divide by zero and the whole universe would collapse in on itself - this would really ruin everyone's day.
Typical! You wait ages for a post to point this out and then two arrive together!
You plug the USB port into a powered hub (to power the board) and the peripherals into the hub too.
I have emailed them and suggested they consider the following and I'm sure they've had tons of others asking for a network connection.
"Housed in a 32-pin, 5mm x 5mm QFN package, the MicroPHY® is the smallest Fast Ethernet PHY available that provides a full 802.3 media independent interface (MII) to the system media controller."
USB-to-network adaptor - the D-Link kit at the bottom of the picture on the site
Move over Richard Keil - this is a true memorial abend!
(for those too young: http://www.f-secure.com/v-descs/memorial.shtml)