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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...ed under a variety of monopoly and libel laws (and, later, under national security and obscenity laws). There was little or no difference between ro... ... live support, etc.) • Full disclosure of rates, prices, privacy policy, security issues, etc. • Feedback from other users (opinions, reviews, com... ... prevents some scientists who happen to specialize in encryption and data security from publishing their research. Edward Felten of Princeton has s... ... real benefits on the levy's intended beneficiaries. They repeated similar assertions in a letter they have recently dispatched to the European Commi... ...lopedia or by established experts! Two members attempted to disproved my assertion (regarding the error in the Wikipedia) by pointing to a haphazar... ...of sophisticated GUI's (Graphic UserInterfaces) and VRML (Virtual Reality Markup Language) - these maps may well show us the way to a more colourful... ...ual appearances and content indexing) to languages such as the DARPA Agent Markup Language, OIL (Ontology Inference Layer or Ontology Interchange Lan... ...IRUSES and CONTAGION. We should study these mechanisms before making any assertions. For the few, who, like me, put emphasis on the individual inst... ...l appearances and content indexing) to languages such as the DARPA Agent Markup Language, OIL (Ontology Inference Layer or Ontology Interchange Lan...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

... life threatening should or could, morally, be terminated. Using the transactional language: the contract was not entered to willingly or reasonabl... ...t relates to what is missing. But it is no mere sentence, or proposition. It is an assertion. It is goal-oriented. It strives to alter that which e... ...ple love snakes, for instance, and deeply empathize with them. Could we accept the assertion (avidly propounded by these people) that snakes ought ... .... We, humans, were such an order-increasing weapon until recently. These intuitive assertions can be easily converted into a formalism. In Quantum ... ...rposes such as population control (chickens, salamanders, toads), food and protein security in conditions of scarcity (hippopotamuses, scorpions, c... ...The owner, after all, looks after the dog and is the source of its subsistence and security. People – and dogs – have been known to have sacrificed... ...ors and eliminating negative ones. He also provides emotional support and economic security, thus stabilizing the family unit. Finally, he is the p... ...with visual appearances and content indexing) to languages such as the DARPA Agent Markup Language, OIL (Ontology Inference Layer or Ontology Inter... ...cribed as insurance premiums paid by the citizenry. Firms extract from consumers a markup above their costs to compensate them for their business r...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... life threatening should or could, morally, be terminated. Using the transactional language: the contract was not entered to willingly or reasonabl... ...t relates to what is missing. But it is no mere sentence, or proposition. It is an assertion. It is goal-oriented. It strives to alter that which e... ...ple love snakes, for instance, and deeply empathize with them. Could we accept the assertion (avidly propounded by these people) that snakes ought ... .... We, humans, were such an order-increasing weapon until recently. These intuitive assertions can be easily converted into a formalism. In Quantum ... ...rposes such as population control (chickens, salamanders, toads), food and protein security in conditions of scarcity (hippopotamuses, scorpions, c... ...The owner, after all, looks after the dog and is the source of its subsistence and security. People – and dogs – have been known to have sacrificed... ...ors and eliminating negative ones. He also provides emotional support and economic security, thus stabilizing the family unit. Finally, he is the p... ...with visual appearances and content indexing) to languages such as the DARPA Agent Markup Language, OIL (Ontology Inference Layer or Ontology Inter... ...cribed as insurance premiums paid by the citizenry. Firms extract from consumers a markup above their costs to compensate them for their business r...

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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

... ("data mining"). Its insights must be the inevitable conclusion of the logic, the language, and the evolution of the theory. f. Aesthetic – Econo... ...dity, external shocks, and other negative externalities. The behavior of a specific security reveals additional, idiosyncratic, risks, known as alph... ...y has yielded an equal number of Nobel prizes and controversies. The vacillation of security prices is often measured by a coefficient of variation ... ...iods (i.e. major trends)." Not so, retort the fundamentalists. The fair value of a security or a market can be derived from available information u... ...cribed as insurance premiums paid by the citizenry. Firms extract from consumers a markup above their costs to compensate them for their business r... ...vershadows any potentially beneficial effects in mitigating crises ... Despite many assertions in policy discussions that moral hazard is a major ca... ...cribed as insurance premiums paid by the citizenry. Firms extract from consumers a markup above their costs to compensate them for their business r... ...y is aware of his own defeat. In order to console himself and to restore his self- assertion, such a man is in search of a scapegoat. He tries t... ...e stronger the bonds of locale, language, and history - the more rigorous might an assertion of a common pathology be. Such an all-pervasive and...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...hardcover : alk. paper) 1. Internet. 2. Internet—Social aspects. 3. Internet—Security measures. I. Title. TK5105.875.I57Z53 2008 004.67 80112—dc22 20... ...eds—means that bad code can infect huge swaths of the Web in a heartbeat. If security problems worsen and fear spreads, rank-and-file users will not be... ...els. Their designs were much easier to secure against il- legal behavior and security threats; the cost was that innovation became much more difficult. ... ...w appear to employ former U.S. cybersecurity czar Richard Clarke’s evocative language of a “digital Pearl Harbor,” 86 experts are increasingly aware o... ...nsporting them from one place to another), a piece of paper (hosting written language, wrapping fish), or an alphabet (con- structing words). Our world... ...ee, 76 the Web came into existence, and because Berners-Lee’s html hypertext markup language was easy to master, people without much technical know-ho... ... I wanted to emphasize these notes were the beginning of a dialog and not an assertion of control.” 16 Informal, junior, and unchartered, yet collabor... ...dnet.com/hardware/?p 154 (Nov. 17, 2006, 06:55), discussing Steve Ballmer’s assertion that Linux infringes Microsoft’s patents at the Pro- fessional ... ...Neal, 215 Hotmail, 169 “How’s My Driving” programs, 219, 229 HTML (hypertext markup language), 95 Hunt, Robert, 190 Hush-A-Phone, 21–22, 81, 82, 121 h...

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