if you value your craft. the bespoke solution is not for everyone, but there is something to be said for the perfect fit. i am able to confirm that it worked well for me, and remains the second most useful thing i ever developed.
thank you for clarifying. my opinion is that, since we have the ability, it makes a lot more sense to record both streams on both devices, as this gives a better chance of recovery, should either or both be compromised. i wonder what the truth is...
the word is adaptation, surely?
only the bbc, so far, has shown the ability to adapt anything with any degree of responsibility.
perhaps i do not understand merkin manglish - maybe adaption means "convert to a drug"?
please read the reply (currently scored 5, informative) to which i am responding. according to that, they are not different devices, they are redundant units - there are two, and BOTH record BOTH cockpit voice AND flight data, i presume on the same media. at last word the bbc is reporting that the cockpit voice is still missing, but this does not make sense, if the AC i am replying to is correct.
(currently scored 5, informative) to which i am responding. according to that, they are not different devices, they are redundant units - there are two, and BOTH record BOTH cockpit voice AND flight data, i presume on the same media. at last word the bbc is reporting that the cockpit voice is still missing, but this does not make sense, if the AC i am replying to is correct.
look at the damage that closed source has done to us, in the virtual world, and project this onto the physical world.
you must not give machines the same private autonomy you allow microsoft (for example) to take.
it is bad enough we permit closed source to handle our data, and the lessons from this are obvious.
a closed source AI operating in the physical world is a golem and should be considered evil by definition.
from bbc - "Divers retrieved one of the flight data recorders of crashed AirAsia Flight QZ8501, says officials, but the voice recorder is still missing"
if you are right, then the report is a lie.
can you support your statement?
evolution has it's dead ends also - say goodnight, petrolheads.
another gas pedal gone spongy on you, sorry.
you ARE killing us.
should be simple.
am willing to bet they will make it complicated, for profit.
is the right expression?
cubietruck has SATA also.
you're one of those metal beetle people, aren't you?
it's not the cold, it's the things you do to escape it, that make you sick. your buildings and carriages are sealed up like tupperware, into which you blow hot air, usually loaded with moisture. convection heating is cheap and easy, a very low budget way of making people feel warm. proper radiant heating and healthy fresh air are expensive and difficult to maintain. of course, you could just dress for the weather, but most of you don't.
i can't breathe in your world, i drown in my own perspiration every time i get on a bus, go shopping for groceries.
it was minus two here, and dropping, the last i looked, and my windows are open wide, as they always are, year round.
the air tastes like fresh water.
are less than this already, on average.
this discrepancy can only grow.
blueray is compressed, therefore the bit pattern has practically nothing to do with the actual content, is simply random distribution.