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The Isle of Wight by Paul Ratcliffe
On Mon, 05 Jan 2015 09:18:28 +0000, Chris Hogg wrote: As the ships round the buoy, centrifugal force causes them to heel to starboard (right). There is no such force of course. That is just momentum. The force is the one which tries to turn the ship to the left.
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January 9th 15 11:53 AM
by Roger Mills[_2_] Go to last post
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Thats Oxford channel. by Stephen[_6_]
HI all, Can anyone confirm that Thats Oxford is now broadcasting on the LOX mux on Ch 51? Its supposed to have started on 22nd December 2014. Also if you are receving this channel, I'd be interested in where you are recieving it so I can see if its actual reception matches its intended service area. The reaon for my interest in That's Oxford is that:
January 9th 15 10:47 AM
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OT subtitles on the BBC I Player? by Mick IOW
Hi, can anyone say if it is possible to have subtitles on the BBC I Player please? And how? Mick.
January 8th 15 10:51 PM
by Davey Go to last post
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OT help my computer is full by Gary[_4_]
My c drive is full to bursting. and I need to do something about freeing up space. Computer running w7 with 1TB divided between 2 HDs but giving 3 'disks'. the majority of my programs save data to either d or e and recently a 1.5TB usb HD. All 4 disks are now full. I do have a new 2TB usb HD and 2 other smaler USB HD 1TB to use but I realy do not know where to start as far as C drive is...
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January 8th 15 12:59 PM
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LG TV Sound Bar - Subwoofer. by Alaric
I have just bought a sound bar which includes a subwoofer speaker. As regards the positioning of this speaker, would its performance be affected adversely if I position it on one of its sides as opposed to upright. Alaric
January 8th 15 09:20 AM
by Martin[_2_] Go to last post
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No signal on BBC over freeview by Edward Bostelmann
Are able to view and watch the BBC channels over freeview during the day, but mostly in the evening we loss the signal on all the bbc channels. This has happen on the odd day in the past, but is now occurring everyday for the last couple of weeks. Have tried to retune and it make no difference. Live in the odiham area of Hampshire. Has anyone experienced a similar issue, and what can be done to...
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January 7th 15 11:35 PM
by Indy Jess John Go to last post
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Can never remember. by Brian Gaff[_2_]
The new channel for news since it moved. Does anyone else find it completely unmemorisable as well. Also why is there a red button as the only channel in the 600 range? Brian -- From the Sofa of Brian Gaff Reply address is active
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January 6th 15 09:53 PM
by Martin[_2_] Go to last post
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STV Edinburgh by Richard Tobin
I see that the local station STV Edinburgh is now broadcasting a loop on Freeview 23 advertising that it will start next week. It's on channel 30 from Craigkelly. I was somewhat surprised to get a perfect signal with a wideband aerial pointing at Black Hill, about 90 degrees away. -- Richard
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TOT2: modern education, cultural differences, and Goethe by Bill Wright[_2_]
1. This evening I was asked to help a secondary school pupil with his homework. The child had consulted various sources and had produced a reasonable bit of work. The only thing was, the standard of English was uneven. I pointed out the worst bits and he was able to think of improvements. But when we got further into the work I came across a sentence that was so bad the only option was to...
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January 6th 15 07:50 AM
by Chris J Dixon Go to last post
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snipping ts files neatly by Jim Lesurf[_2_]
I'd be interested in info on simple programs to let me 'snip' a long ts file into shorter segments at playback times that suit me. I'm aware that the ts file is packeted, and have in the past experimented simply with using dd to snip oup sections to new files that respect the packet boundaries. However its clear that I also need to respect the locations of some of the metadata packets that...
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January 5th 15 02:00 PM
by Jim Lesurf[_2_] Go to last post
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Fwd: OT help my computer is full by Gary[_4_]
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: OT help my computer is full Date: Sat, 03 Jan 2015 13:38:27 +0000 From: Gary Reply-To: Organisation: Gary To: Johny B Good
January 5th 15 12:53 PM
by Jim Lesurf[_2_] Go to last post
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Satellite sockets that aren't F-plug sockets by [email protected]
Just come back from trying to fit a satellite dish to my parent's new house, which was fitted with TV cables and sockets by the sparkies but no dish. Didn't install the dish, by the way, but that's another story. What surprised me was that where I expected to see sockets for F-plugs in the wall, with their sticking out screw barrel, the sockets were flush like a Belling-Lee (which they...
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January 5th 15 12:50 PM
by george Go to last post
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latency by Bill Wright[_2_]
On Sky News there was a bloke in the studio talking to camera. The newsroom (?) was behind him, and over his shoulder we could see a monitor showing him. The delay was very long, 15 seconds at least. Bill
January 5th 15 08:47 AM
by Brian Gaff[_2_] Go to last post
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News.individual.net, bad news if you're not german by Fredxxx
On 02/01/2015 22:44, Charles Ellson wrote: On Sat, 3 Jan 2015 09:07:59 +1100, "Rod Speed" wrote: "Charles Ellson" wrote in message ... On Fri, 02 Jan 2015 08:13:34 +0000, Optimist wrote:
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January 4th 15 12:31 PM
by Tim Streater[_2_] Go to last post
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And now in International News, an important product recall. by Brian Gaff[_2_]
Erm, is this really true, or do they have their April fools day in Japan on 23rd December? 23 Dec 2014 at 07:01, Kat Hall Solar-powered bra manufacturer Triumph International has been forced to recall 20,000 solar-powered brassieres. The Japanese lingerie maker is best known for its bra that allows the wearer to become her own source of renewable energy via a detachable solar panel -...
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January 2nd 15 06:52 PM
by Bill Wright[_2_] Go to last post
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Queen plus Adam Lambert - BBC1 by Dickie mint[_2_]
Is it me, or my sound box? Or them? The sound mix just doesn't sound right. Sounds like it's only the audience mic picking up Adam's voice. Richard
January 2nd 15 03:02 PM
by Yellow[_2_] Go to last post
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BBC 1 Scotland Hogmanay programme available UK-wide on red button by Ian Jackson[_2_]
As subject. I wonder how many Freeview viewers knew that they could have been watching the North Britain version of seeing-in of the New Year (albeit extremely sanitised), instead of the new-fangled rock festival London version? -- Ian
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OT magnetron service life by Johny B Good[_2_]
We recently purchased a new microwave oven from Sainsburys to replace our 20 years plus old Toshiba ER-7700E which had developed an intermittent display fault (requiring a slap on its side to resurrect the display, implying a bad connector contact or dry joint). Out of curiousity, I'd already googled for info on the durability of microwave ovens and noted an oft quoted figure of 2,000 hours for...
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January 2nd 15 01:25 PM
by Bill Wright[_2_] Go to last post
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Freeview BBC 1 HD Dolby sound glitches by David[_9_]
On my new Samsung UE55HU7500 TV I'm using Freeview and only on BBC1 HD when in Dolby I'm getting the occasional sound glitch, never got it with my previous Panasonic Freesat TV. Anyone else have this problem or is it my set up? Regards David
January 1st 15 09:39 PM
by David[_9_] Go to last post
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EU Directive on TV ECO mode? by Dickie mint[_2_]
In a forum for the over 50's this was posted today: "Yes another EU directive for new tv,s is they must have an ECO setting this is normally turned on by default to reduce power consumption but if you want the best picture quality then you must turn it off. If you have purchased a new tv in the last couple of years and have not turned it off then do so" Can't immediately find a...
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January 1st 15 07:26 PM
by Mike[_19_] Go to last post
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