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  1. Great man. I hope the isle of man name something after him.
  2. Happy to pay private but finding a private way is where I'm stuck.
  3. Thanks that's really helpful.
  4. Thanks for replying. Unfortunately the waiting list for NHS is about 3 years. Their psychiatrists are dealing with people who need are in much more need. Yes you can still refer to it as aspergers or you can refer to it as autism spectrum disorder (asd).
  5. Are there any Psychiatrists over here that do adult aspergers evaluations ? Googling and looking at the gov website doesn’t seem to bring back any useful info.
  6. It will be a grey wagtail. They breed on the Isle of Man rivers. Yellow wagtails are rare migrants. Maybe 1 or 2 a year pass through. At places like langness, derbyhaven and the point of ayre. (Ie coastal migration points)
  7. That’s a sparrowhawk 👍
  8. Ah yes just seen MTG got it in Nov last year. They provide server support for the Manx gov so at least that's something for Publics data security. As for Argon and IT works, they definitely dont and from hearing things on the grapevine they haven't got a hope in hell of getting anywhere near them.
  9. Typhoon house and Skanco business systems. They did the printers and desktop support. The government went with Argon and It works. Neither had any ISO standards. Yet both 9001 and 27001 was a requirement for the gov tender. It seems if you quote low enough the Gov will ditch off any requirement especially any that are in place to protect the publics information and data.
  10. http://www.manxradio.com/news/isle-of-man-news/government-aims-to-be-fully-compliant/ So the Gov claims they will be fully compliant with the Data security regulations coming in yet last year happily dumped off the only two Island-based computer service providers with ISO27001 (Information security management) for two companies who not only don't have any data security policy/procedures but don't even have ISO9001 (Quality management). Basically the government thought the public's data and personal information is not worth the same as saving them a bit of money on the Computer service tenders. Lovely.
  11. Yes. I watched it happen. Extremely lucky it didn't flip upside down and the props didn't shatter through the cabin.Also we haven't got a CAA. We are under the UKs CAA. Incorrect we have our own CAA and our own Air Navigation Order and authority over Manx Airspace ! Is that new or something to do with the M register ? ? We always got audited by the U.K. CAA and it was them who dealt with any incidents here.
  12. Yes. I watched it happen. Extremely lucky it didn't flip upside down and the props didn't shatter through the cabin. Also we haven't got a CAA. We are under the UKs CAA.
  13. To allow modders to make the TT course for racing sims.
  14. They did scan the circuit and went on to subsequently release 3 editions of a video game featuring the TT course. I believe a new game is due out for the X Box.(link) http://www.thecheckeredflag.co.uk/2016/04/isle-man-tt-video-game-way/ ETA: It was around 2005/2006 when the first edition PS2 game was released. Yeah not that game. That wasn't a laser scan of the course either. Sony were over in July 2014.
  15. Have you looked on the "Gaming" section for this forum ? Ta
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