I was looking for the robot carpark I used in central london about 15 years ago.
I did find this video from 1960 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
I was looking for the robot carpark I used in central london about 15 years ago.
The map on that page is quite interesting, the red line shows how far north Mexico used to reach.
If those borders still stood The USA wouldn't have much of an illegal immigrant problem but Mexico sure would.
I do it with gparted
I have a usb hard drive with 3 operating systems windows 7 linux mint and av linux (debian 6.06)
booting with av i can put windows7 and mint on any system easily with gparted. The only quirk is windows7 always needs the destination partition increasing in size by 1mb.
once the o/s is on a quick chroot to the new linux partion then grub-install update-grub then reboot to the new linux install then update-grub again this gets rid of the usb installs being in the menu reboot this time choose windows loader boot to windows it then sets up any new drivers required. (if you don't wipe out the windows hidden system partition it stays registered)
The main advantage is i can prepare a single system fully update it and roll out as needed.
I can even create a virtual drive with virtualbox configure it as a dual boot configure it as needed and write that out to a physical usb drive and use it as the image to deploy. I generally resize the partitions to make them as small as possible then expand them if needed.
Once you have good base images you can customise them as required for each deployment.
My typical weeks driving is about 200 miles, In ireland anyway your unlikely to drive more than 270 miles one way anywhere. Dublin/Cork is 158 so you would need to recharge some at your destination.
It could be quite interesting as a rental car you might never need to charge between depots.
What would be interesting to see is the difference in performance between the two operating systems running the same games on identical hardware.
If there is a performance advantage to steamos then gamers will use it. Smart gamers will dualboot if there are games they want to play that are not available for one os but are for the other.
If chickens are only getting killed when the neighbors dog is locked up then you can say the neighbors dog is not killing any chickens when its locked up, something else is.
If some chickens are getting killed while the dog isn't locked up the dog might be killing chickens, or it might be guarding chickens or have nothing to do with the killing of chickens.
Seems like you need to be watching the chickens to find out what is killing them.
Farmer at the back of me last year was having problems with dogs killing sheep (3 dogs running together in the early hours usually) I actually saw the dogs one time and heard them a couple of times as did other neighbors we never saw the dogs individually going after sheep or find out whose dogs they were. In the end the farmer got a donkey which bonded with the sheep and after that no more sheep have been killed to date.
Seems like the ram was capable of stopping an individual dog but got mauled badly with 3 of them working together, with the donkey on side the attacks stopped but we never did find out where the dogs were coming from.
Did you know a British 2 pence piece weighs 1/4 of an ounce a penny an 1/8th and the half pence coin a 16th of an ounce?
Wieghing coins is probably still quicker than counting them but those 3 coins were especially useful
The price of fuel is just one part of the costs of running a vehicle.
Maybe you don't have road tax in your locality but for me the difference between my current 1 litre car and my old 1.6 litre car is about â400 a year, The car insurance around another â200 and there is a fuel saving of around 10-20% thats maybe another â500 Then there is depreciation which is hard to quantify but generally economical cars hold value better than ones that cost more to run.
It's clear to me that choosing a small car to run has saved me money, maybe in a few years an electric car will be an option for me. Typically I drive 30 miles a day so an old electric car with a weak and expensive to replace battery pack maybe ideal.
well perhaps the channel tunnel between England and France is a better comparison.
(about 31 miles long) the seikan tunnel in japan is about 33 miles long and deeper. 4 to 5 times longer doesn't seem impossible to engineer.
So let me see if I have this right
connect to a torrent and collect $10 from each person torrenting the file by notifying the ISP of the infringement, aint that great I can leach off this copyrighted stuff and make a bundle.
Using the DMCA, I thought A was for America anyway.
So which is the biggest paracite? The torrenters or RightsCorp?
motorcycles in the UK are allowed to make thier own lane. That said you should always proceed with caution, I would guess i'd have been doing 10 - 15mph tops filtering through. There is no need for speed in that kind of traffic.
You see a lot of novices who burn away from the lights to be sat at the next red for a minute while you casually saunter up and sit beside them. There are actually some pretty good traffic engineers who time the lights so they go green as you approach them if your travelling at a sensible speed if you go faster you meet another red light.
Another pet peev of mine is drivers who will enter a junction and can't clear it blocking traffic entering from another direction and causing traffic to back up further than it would if they had just waited a while. It's noticably different driving in the UK and driving in Ireland in the UK drivers tend to follow the rules of the road to a greater extent than in Ireland. Irish drivers tend to block junctions more often than not and if everyones doing it then you end up having to do the same, although to be fair the timings tend to be less well thought out than in the UK. Although in Ireland you may get let out of a minor road sooner than you would in the UK.
Another difference is in driver ability and training, Ireland has a lot of provisional driving licence holders who have driven for years without ever having taken a test. The situation is improving in recent years but there is still a tollerance that you wouldn't get in the UK.
Actually it seems the real story is that dropbox has now disabled these links.
The link in the summary is full of people who used dropbox to share content with customers who now get a 404 or 403 instead.
It's understandable that they use dropbox this way, e.g new promotional leaflet on garage doors upload it to dropbox and share the link, simple anyone can do it.
Alternative options could be run a website with a cms system, require everyone to learn how to use it, make users create an account so they can access the content. not to mention you need a more powerful server to serve that content to more than a handful of people.
A lot of content management systems incorperate dropbox or similar to serve relatively large files so the server isn't being stressed with serving that content.
This fix has just created a major problem for a lot of organisations. A lot of files are not really private information just easier to serve with a simple system like dropbox, well it was till this 'fix' happened.
There are very few "accidents" just people taking stupid risks. Maintain a safe distance, ie enough manouvering room so you don't join an accident, don't overtake when you can't see the end of the manouvere e.g going up hill or on a bend. Stop when necessary. Procede with caution sometimes you might want to turn off the radio open a window and listen. Use your indicators. Drive within your lights or as conditions allow. Don't be an asshole.
Sometimes you will come across assholes on the road it is best to give them a wide birth even stop and pull over in order to get them out of your way, but don't dawdle if you want or need to drive slow make opportunities for people to overtake.
Bad planning and poor judgement are the most common causes of accidents which is why schools have low speed limits around them as kids can be stupid around roads.
Be helpful, I remember one time I was filtering down the centre line on a motorbike (dispatch rider) past stationary traffic and a taxi driver stuck his hand out. I braked and a pushchair popped out from between the stationary traffic. Without that warning I could have killed a toddler as it was no harm was done and I don't think the mother was ever aware of the danger.
One thing about london traffic professional drivers work the streets most of the day and they are very road aware. The most dangerous times are when schools start and when schools let out, followed by the rush hours when the non professionals are on the road.
Try this for size
toilets which test and analyze gender quantity odour blood alcohol drugs pregnancy and stds there is a feed on the page.
As a parallel case encrypted satellite signals were routinely decrypted with software cams for years without problems other than key updates. Nagra 3 still appears to be secure after around 4 or 5 years since its introduction. In comparison to these satellite boxes an iphone is a super computer. OTR used with pidgin encrypts and decrypts as you type.
Just because it is hard to decrypt an encoded block by brute force does not mean it is hard to encrypt and decrypt with a given key set.