The title of the piece is "Are Tethers the Answer To the Safety Issues of Follow-Me Drone Technology?", so which the answer is an emphatic "No", for all the obvious reasons: collision, tangled tethers, over-head power cables, etc.
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The last two cars I've owned have been Renaults. Not only do they key-cards, but they're wireless too. No need to actually dig them out of your bag! How can other manufacturers be so behind???!
Just search in Google for "holy grail of search engines". Job done.
I have a BT Mobile Broadband dongle. I have found that BT blocks searching the Internet Archive www.archive.org. I'm guessing that the BT anti-porn filter is simply based on the domain, and can't "see" the page. Try searching for www.bt.com on the Internet Archive! I think the UK ISP porn filters are likely to cause significant issues.
That's why they've employed HUWAEI to run the new porn filter. They have a very good track record of blocking other content types too, such as political decent, etc.
The filter is working fine.
I've come on a long way since then. I now prefer http://www.over40wivess.com/.
Isn't it rather strange that the other town (which is presumably smaller than Norwich) isn't actually mentioned? It just says in Norfolk. Anyone reading this post might assume that Norfolk is a small town, near the (slightly) larger town of Norwich.
I think Delia Smith might have something to say about this!!
So, let's get some facts straight: Norfolk is a county. Big place. Famous for it's water-ways which are called "The Norfolk Broads". Norwich is a city. Famous for Coleman's, a brand of sauces (especially mustard), and, of course, the Norwich City Football Club (a soccer team), which just happens to be owed by Delia Smith, a famous TV chef, and next-in-line to the Throne (if all the Royals get nuked). OK, I made that last bit up!
Yes. You're right. Good is better much than fast.
However, that might explain why my (EMC) Iomega StoreCenter ix12 300r is such a useless PoS. The hardware seems reliable enough, but the software just doesn't work. It's coming out of the rack next month, because the 2U space is more important than this 'server'.
I'm a mac user and long term sophos customer. Well... I guess there's got to be one.
UnXi's claim that you link to http://www.sco.com/5reasons/#5 is just lies. In the UK, I think the Trading Standards Authority would have something to say. If one thing is now clear, SCO never owned the rights to Unix, never owned unix, still don't own unix.
I like the comment on this page which says "UnXis's award-winning Global Services offer a complete portfolio[...]". Which "Awards" exactly? Buying the remains of SCO probably $600k down-the-drain. I also note on the The OpenGroup's website (the owners of UNIX), that they (TheOpenGroup) own the trademark UNIXWARE. So what do UnXi actually own? A few hundred thousand lines of unmanageable and out of date code? Seriously guys, Unixware and OpenServer are deader than a dead thing with dead dangly bits.
I thought that WindowsNT was heavily influenced by the VMS architecture?!