Samsung has interesting 1 0 reset on laser cartridges, it does a count to figure when the cartridge should be finished giving a low warning finally when 'empty' printing just 1 page when you power it up. Found this out when i was swapping 2 cartridges round (one used to put a line on the page but for some prints it doesn't matter).
Anyway the cartridges come with a small fuse around 200 - 400ma 240v glass fuse its not connected electrically to the cartridge. When a new cartridge is inserted in the printer the fuse completes a circuit and then blows resulting in 1 0 this resets the counter foil round the fuse doesn't work it doesn't go to 0 and any removal of the cartridge and reinserting is just 0 0.
I love the simplicity of this, other systems use a chip to maintain a count and the fuse does the same job for less.
You know windows has a command line and powershell, OSX has terminal as well.
As a windows admin I really don't want to lose one of my most useful tools.
Maybe not running as such, but there is a fair chance it may lead to better drivers for nvidia hardware.
Interesting read but I can not find any reference to Turkish Pilots being killed in the attack in February. It appears to have been army personnel that were the majority of the victims (and most likely from the nearby military training school - speculation no evidence). There is little detail about the dead, one funeral was for an army officer (guardian).
I would find it unusual that the turkish army and airforce would share buses. However it is also unusual that names of any of the victims have not been disclosed.
I'm not so sure on this.
A photograph is not biometric information just because it is a photograph, you could have 1000's of photographs. After analysing the photographs you can then have biometric data from the face geometry which could be illegal.
I can grow poppies at home, it is not illegal to have poppies even though they contain opium.
However if I process these poppies to extract the opium I would then be in violation of a bunch of drug laws. Opium is a class A drug which would attract severe penalties.
There seems to be a transformative event that changes legal possession of flowers into a class A drug. Arguably there is a similar event when you process photos into biometric data.
As an aside google wants to replace the version of picasa I have with one without facial recognition. I think possibly due to infringing European laws.
To be honest i've an old android phone and it's still on the same version of android it was fine when it was new but because of all googles updates that you have to have in order to use the play store there is no room for any apps.
Totally wrecked by updates
no you can't just upgrade from 10.7 it requires a 64bit driver for the graphics that my macbook doesn't have. other than that its a tidy little dual core working fine for many years.
So mostly yes but for the sake of a driver no.
Buy at Amazon.de or Amazon.es then. 60 euro (or Â£43 sterling). it will almost certainly ship from the uk
Google translate really works well with German. Used to be Amazon UK was competitive but these days its better with amazon spain or germany, euro's is my currency and converting to sterling is bad for me but good the other way round.
What an extra-ordinary person then Assange person is, above laws and able through divine right to dictate to nations the terms under which he will make himself available to their justice system to answer for accusations of rape. We must all abandon all notions of democracy and justice and bend the knee to his holiness...
It's more extraordinary circumstances. He is subject to ecuadorian law , not us law or swedish law or french law currently due to his location. Its more unusual than whats happening in Europe right now where thousands are claiming asylum being subject to persecution is one reason why asylum is granted.
With older technology the best you could do was to figure out a setting which would allow an engine to perform across a range, for race tuning for a track for example you would be looking for power at higher speeds and not for sitting in traffic idling.
A fully loaded car will require more torque at lower speeds than one carrying just the driver.
Going uphill requires more power than driving on the level. On older vehicles pretty much the only thing that could be done was to lower the gear and increase the revs.
Put simply there was one tuning setting which had to cope with all driving conditions. What Volkswagen have done is make the tuning variable on the fly and the engine management provide the optimal tuning for the conditions, rather than using a compromise tune.
Unfortunately this means that for a rolling road on the level where there isn't as much need for power the engine reduces its fuel intake and burns an appropriate amount of fuel for the conditions it detects. The problem isn't with the car so much as the actual emissions testing methods.
Think about it when your driving on the level and come to a hill you will press harder on the pedal to dump more fuel into the engine some of which will pass through unburnt. If you see a diesel engine vehicle in front, you often see a puff of smoke as the driver dumps more fuel into the engine. usually its for around a second as the vehicle picks up speed. In that second the emissions wouldn't pass inspection.
The emissions test is supposed to be representative of typical engine output with volkswagen engines the output under test is what you would get in similar driving on the road, unfortunately real road conditions are not driving with low resistance at a steady speed.
This is a bit of a disaster for new cars because if they are not allowed to perform optimally then the end result will be higher emissions in order not to be cheating a defective test.
My A3+ inkjet has 16ml of ink when full, so 120ml of ink is around 8 cartridges worth. So seems very excessive.
yeah outside of IT, I have used a tensile test machine well over 100 years old and about the size of a coach used to break steel ropes and slings. (uk sheffield test in the 90's) Doesn't even run on electricity it's water powered and can apply 100's of tonnes of force. Had to stand behind a metal guard with cracked glass holding a pointer against the rope. There was strands of wire rope embedded in the ceiling...
Amazing old rig it's probably still working today.
In the 1980's Sheffield city (4th largest city in the uk) had bus fares at 5p 10p and double that after midnight. with the late buses leaving the city centre a little after 2 am , the clubs closed at 2am.
In the morning rush it might be the third bus that came past that you would catch. The first 2 being full already but that'd mean you had been at the bus stop for 10 minutes. 3 services going to different parts on the out skirts the routes converged and each service running every 10 minutes at peak times .
It worked well, because the buses were cheap people found them more economical than driving to work and parking all day. Because there were less cars on the road traffic flowed, the bus journey was quick, without holdups. Because regular folk used them, they were safe and clean. If you were a smoker, you had to ride on the top deck (yes smoking on public transport, seats were nicer downstairs). There was even kneeling buses which lowered the bus so wheel chair users and mothers with buggies could get on and off easily. The buses were subsidized but to everyones advantage, and 2 sets of doors get on and pay at the front get off via the side door, no waiting for people to get off before you could get on max 88 passengers. oh and the routes ran across the city centre to the opposite side, + circular buses that ran the outer ring road.
Then maggie forced the council to stop subsidising buses and opened up the routes to competition.
The rise in fares resulted in more car's commuting in. the deregulation resulted in over provision on popular routes and under provision for less popular routes. traffic jams with a large number of near empty buses with journeys taking longer to complete.
so done well everyone benefits and gets home quickly. done badly well bigger roads were needed but not budgeted for.
Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes, and not rather a new wearer of clothes. -- Henry David Thoreau