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4004 Intel's First Microprocessor
1969-imagine there were no computers.  Two scinetists were asked to create a dozen chips that could programmed for use in a calculator.  This was the beginning of the Intel processors-the rest is history.
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The Invention of the Television
Is it true that Leonardo da Vinci and Isaac Newton played a role in the
development of television? Why is an Italian priest credited with
producing the first TV broadcast in 1860? This short clip gives you the story behind the invention the whole world loves to watch.

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6.5 Smart home networks

Some devices in a smart home may need to communicate information about the environment (for example, information about light, heat, humidity, sound, movement, water levels, etc.). They may also need to communicate to:

  • give information about their state (for example, activated, deactivated, faulty);

  • give temporal information (for example clock time, lapsed time, delays);

  • instruct, interrogate or acknowledge another dev
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5 Summary and conclusion

In this unit we have considered questions surrounding the future of school geography. This may at first seem an odd question, but it is salutary to remember that the advocates of geography had to work very hard to make the case for the subject's place in the English National Curriculum.

As the unit sought to show, even if we can agree that geography has an important role to play in schools, opinions vary as to the purpose of the subject:

  • Is it a
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Introduction

This unit looks at a selection of short poems in German that were set to music by Franz Schubert (1797–1828) for a single voice with piano, a genre known as ‘Lieder’ (the German for ‘songs’). Once they became widely known, Schubert's Lieder influenced generations of songwriters up to the present day. This unit discusses a choice of Schubert's settings of Goethe's poems, and using recordings, the poems (in German with parallel translations into English) and the some music scores. You
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Actualités en Médecine Gériatrique - Paris 2015: La prévention du risque suicidaire en ...

Titre: Actualités en Médecine Gériatrique - Paris 2015: La prévention du risque suicidaire en gériatrie est-elle possible?

Conférence filmée le mercredi 17 juin 2015 à la faculté de Médecine Pierre et Marie Curie à Paris dans le cadre de la journée d’Actualités en Médecine Gériatrique qui propose une série de mises ...
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The Honey Badger-Perhaps The Most Fearless Animal on Earth
The Guinness Book of World Records have named this species the most fearless animal on earth. Watch this video to see why. Is there anything that this animal does not eat? (03:20) Some scenes may be disturbing for younger viewers.
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2.5 Bookmarking websites

Most browsers allow you to keep a record of links to websites that you have found useful. These are called 'Bookmarks' in Firefox and 'Favorites' in Internet Explorer, and may have other names, such as a 'Hot List', in other browsers. For convenience I've chosen to call them bookmarks. Browsers usually offer the facility for organising the bookmarks into folders and sub-folders so that you can keep track of them as your collection grows.

You may well have a collection of bookmarks alrea
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A New Methodology to Develop Hypermedia Systems for Architecture History
This paper illustrates a research project concerning the analysis of architectural works through a comparative study based on hypermedia tools; by exploring the hypermedia, users can find the main subjects relative to the "method " of architectural planning. The use of multimedia in architecture allows the integration in a single system of different types of information which are necessary for the description of a work. texts, designs, photos and sounds. In addition, the hypertext information st
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3.5 3.5 Globalisation

All this was taking place in the global context of the ending of the ‘long post-war boom’ in the early 1970s. Profit rates were falling and there was a return of generalised capitalist crises, an intensification of competition and a consequent acceleration in the ‘internationalisation’ of production, as larger firms ‘went global’ in their search for restored profit levels. These developments not only exacerbated the problems of ‘problem regions’, they also led to fundamental c
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COMP2211: Model-View-Controller
COMP2211: Model-View-Controller - UNSPECIFIED Keywords:UNSPECIFIED
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2.1 The development of gender identity

In this section we are going to look at where we come from in terms of childhood experience and the development of gender identities in childhood. Gender identity involves the construction and use of gender categories. Children's gender categories are at first rather simplistic; but, as we shall see, children refine their categories so that they become more reliable and useful for their social lives. Studying the development of gender identity in children reveals that this is a story of a sea
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Precast 19: Exocrine & Endocrine System 2
ENHANCED podcast on the exocrine and endocrine system.
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Vanderbilt joins NASA in eclipse balloon launch
Vanderbilt University researchers joined a national NASA weather balloon project giving scientists and people around the world a view of the total solar eclipse from the edge of space.
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Transparency in the Obama Administration - A First-Year Assessment - Luncheon Presentation
Michael Isikoff, Investigative Correspondent, Newsweek, and contributor to MSNBC
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17.1 Part 4: 1 Revising your understanding

By now, it is probably apparent that those of us writing this unit are enthusiastic about the possibilities for systems thinking and complexity thinking. Our enthusiasm extends beyond just thinking, to applying systems thinking to a situation in the world that we experience as complex for the purpose of doing something about it. Our focus is on improving a situation experienced as problematical or on grasping some opportunity. It is the act of relating systems thinking to action in a given co
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Seminar 15- USAWC Distance Education Class of 2011
One more challenge faced the senior officers as they celebrated completion of two years of internet-based studies at the Army War College's distance education program. The largest graduation class in college history received their diplomas on a day of record-breaking heat, July 22, at historic Carlisle Barracks.
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Introduction

This course explores two important concepts relating to the creation of music, namely composition and improvisation. The concepts of composition and improvisation are closely linked, and the reason for looking at non-Western music is partly to demonstrate this truth – it should help to clarify these two concepts, and the relationship between them.

We couldn't hope to cover a representative sample of the world's musics in a single course, and I have certainly not tried to do so here. W
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A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 1 Bramber Rape (Southern Part)
Describes the southern part of Bramber rape, the easternmost of the three rapes of West Sussex. It tells the history of 19 parishes lying along the coastal strip and over the South Downs.
Author(s): T P Hudson (Editor), A P Baggs, C R J Currie, C R

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