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The Mystery of Jamieson Stone

By: Jonathan Cross

...ire. Even though her salary was almost double of anyone else in her position at the other networks, being the head producer of ‘The Stone Nightly Ne... ...ber while waiting for a bus in Jerusalem. He had set himself apart from the rest of the television journalist, not just because of his imposing pr... ... ratings were three times that of any other network news. Today, his ratings eclipsed all networks combined. He was the one man that the world tuned... ... the question. “I assume you’ve seen or heard about Jamieson Stone’s suicide on worldwide television.” “I’ve seen a dozen replays. The networks have... ...about Jamieson Stone’s suicide on worldwide television.” “I’ve seen a dozen replays. The networks have no shame. It’s always ratings to them. I kno... ...ant you allay Mrs. Stone’s mind that her husband committed suicide just as we all saw on television.” Brand’s eyes steeled and glared at Kensey. “... ...e, or find out why the most trusted news man on the planet committed suicide on worldwide television?” “Okay, okay.” Barton held up his hands in a g... ...news man in the world, apparently beyond reproach, blows his brains out on live worldwide television. He was convinced it was an ingenious murder, b...

...ional intrigue with a high-level murder case, The Mystery of Jamieson Stone will leave you on the edge of your seat. When the world’s most famous television news anchor, Jamieson Stone, apparently commits suicide on live international television, Stone’s widow hires detective Michael Brand to find the truth. The detective discovers that Stone was murdered, but the reas...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...st advances in mass media, public transportation, telecommunications, and computer networks. The police - there are 16,000 law enforcement agencies... ...Televa and Luxor of Sweden and became a consumer electronics group - manufacturing televisions and such. Nokia continued with its acquisitions ... ...ary.com suggests that it is derived from a Monty Python skit in their Flying Circus television show in 1970. In it a group of Vikings harass two pat... ...s/ea/side/teapot.html http://www.teachervision.com/lesson-plans/lesson-2851.html Television The transmission of images obsessed inventors as ea... ...iple of scanning a picture, line by line and frame by frame - still used in modern television sets - was proposed simultaneously in the USA (by W.E... ...in the USA (by W.E. Sawyer) and in France (by Maurice Leblanc). The first complete television system - using the newly discovered properties of sel...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...Philadelphia Experiment") a defrosted Rip Van Winkle exclaims upon seeing Reagan on television (40 years after his forced hibernation started): "I k... ...ted by and integrated into complex, shape-shifting and highly- idiosyncratic neural networks resident in the head of the dreaming individual. One ca... ...stance? We don‟t travel to our bank – we use online banking. We remote control our televisions, power stations, cranes, and numerous other machines... ...st radio signals have traversed no more than 130 light years omnidirectionally. Out television emissions are even closer to home. What other source ... ... other periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses in Macedonia organised by ...

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Class Heroes: A Class Apart

By: Stephen Henning

...ith just the right level of casual flirtatiousness, while still maintaining her television mystique. She’d been developing this little friendship s... ... the events on her brother’s ward, Samantha Blake was sitting up in bed with the television on. It was part of the baffling logic of the hospital th... ...hat it’s like, or what you’re going through. A lot of my friends work for the US networks, and they’re on the phone to me every night asking ‘How ar... ...the second time something like this had happened. As she was pondering this, the television buzzed into life. Just static, but it was nerve-jarringl... ...the plaster casts seemed to weigh a ton. She looked around her. The sound of the television was cutting through her. Her body was shivering. “Sam?”... ...ewn over the floor. He could hear his sister crying and the blaring noise of the television. “James! James please help me!” James hurried to his sis... ...ation regarding sharing your story with the world, which we have done. If the US networks want to run with it, then they will no doubt be in touch w... ...tted the programme, via playout servers, to the satellite, cable and internet TV networks. Sharon was in charge of the OB van, and it was her job to...

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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Women with Hiv/Aids

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...opts or cell organizes when sample data changes system parameters. In neural networks, learning means any change in any synapse. We do not identify... ...ion the difference between the supervised and unsupervised learning in neural networks for we often say 16 the data is an unsupervised one. The le... ...ap one ball in I n to one ball in I p . They are comparable to simple neural networks. But we need not adaptively train the minimal FAMs. As discus... ... n to a ball in [0 1] p ∪ [ 0 I ] p . They are comparable to simple neural networks. As FAMs the NAMs need not adaptively be trained. Apart from ... ...Sundays’ a doctor or an expert should talk about HIV/AIDS for half an hour on television. Only when people hear and see for a long duration it will ... ...e or even full time job is spend their time in cinema theaters or before the Television. Thus the media is one of the major reasons for the increas... ...ondition when you read or heard news on AIDS in newspapers, radio and television after you contracted AIDS? : Sad Ashamed Highly ... ...Columbia University Press, New York, 150- 159. 57. Kosko, B., (1991) Neural Networks for Signal Processing, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. ...

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The Point in the Heart

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...our wish to satisfy our need for connection with others. although social networks and forums today are usually filled with drivel, and surely there... ...entary texts and diagrams. All these services are provided free of charge. Television In Israel, Bnei Baruch established its own channel, no. 66 on b...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

... vations, and a new vision of self and nature will emerge on the internet, on television, and in communication networks of enterprises and communiti... ... and nature will emerge on the internet, on television, and in communication networks of enterprises and communities. In civil society, a culture of...

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Apec's Achievements in Trade Facilitation 2007-2010-Final Assessment of Tfapii

By: Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Policy Support Unit

...ulatory burdens, while also building a foundation of trust and confidence in data networks. A case study on the application of an electronic Cert... ...ng in more rapid trade flows, reduced costs and greater integration of production networks. APEC has relied on international standards and participa... ...006, but are now between 91% and 100% alignment. As a reference for the study, televisions were chosen as the product in which to evaluate the ac... ...owards reducing trade transaction costs. The value of APEC’s worldwide exports in televisions, in real terms, grew from USD 39.1 billion in 2005 to ... ...onsumer spending as a result of the Global Financial Crisis). Intra-APEC trade in televisions consistently accounted for around 80% of the value of ... ...the value of these exports over that period. The growth experienced in exports of televisions was in line with global trends, with APEC economies con... ...lations to the international standard covering electrical safety requirements for televisions, IEC 60065. In 2006, 10 APEC members reported 100% ali... ... APEC region. Additionally, building a foundation of trust and confidence in data networks ensures the growth of electronic commerce in the region, ... ...ulatory burdens, while also building a foundation of trust and confidence in data networks, thereby ensuring the growth of electronic commerce in th...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...technology Continental states - universal technosystems - Internet, global networks - universal science - global databases ('World Brain') - global hi... ...Today we ask, what does a global person identify with, what are his safety networks? Will local morality be replaced by biological morality, and will ... ... cultural environment. In virtual reality, the Internet, cyber- and global networks, man of the future is able to live simultaneously in different par... ...es and they are like summer cottages, holiday homes of the rich. We have a television set and the young people watch it, but I don't care to watch. So... ...do you like most? watch it. I stopped watching TV many years ago. I think television is a good thing. You can see the news from our home country and ... ...s a good thing to buy and you have something to boast about when you own a television. I think that TV programmes are mostly good. It's our human natu... ...arn a lot of foreign affairs. I don't think there are any disadvantages to television. The only drawback is that it can't be left on in a What about u... ... of house. Which do you think is the best? In this next picture, there's a television set, telephone, radio, typewriter, and all kinds of goods. Which... ... rise and fall of the water; house building style, irrigation canals, the networks of dammed paddy fields were adapted to the nature of riversides, ...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...e and Stall of the Generative Net—7 1 Battle of the Boxes—11 2 Battle of the Networks—19 3 Cybersecurity and the Generative Dilemma—36 Part II After t... ...ork. In the 1990s, the Internet passed unnoticed in mainstream circles while networks were deployed by competing proprietary barons such as AOL, Com- ... ...n would prevail over the others, apparently imagining that the propri- etary networks would develop in the same way that the separate phone networks—a... ...converged to just one lucky provider. 1 All those bets lost. The proprietary networks went extinct, despite having accu- mulated millions of subscribe... ... $99 Timex/Sinclair Z-1000 or a $199 Texas Instruments TI-99/4A could use a television set as a display, and a standard audio cassette recorder to st... ...to a limited range of applications. For example, TiV o is greatly leveraging—television viewers describe its impact on their lives as rev- olutionary—... ...ted variations in performance have long been smoothed out in refrigerators, televisions, mobile phones, and automobiles. As for PCs, telling users th... ...onality (i.e., disable all storage to and playback from a hard disk drive of television data) in all but 192,708 units of the Infringing Products that... ...o might be using them at that very instant. 10 Imagine sitting down to watch television on an EchoStar box, and instead finding that all your recorded ...

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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

...s, now consume mere decades. Telecommunications, global transports and information networks, such as the Internet - pit the likes of the USA agains... ...ltant position with a firm you formerly oversaw or regulated, your own talk show on television, a cushy job in the administration? The truth is tha... ...f eminent Afghan leaders. This is how they secured their foothold in Afghan social networks - something neither the West nor Pakistan succeeded to ... ...ernment is largely supplanted in Pakistan by criminally-tainted regional political networks of patronage, venality, nepotism, and cronyism. More th... ...ident Vladimir Putin warned on Tuesday, in an interview he granted to TF1, a French television channel, that unilateral American-British military ac... ... typical daily occurrence, bucking a global trend, Matsushita intends to expand its television factory in Plzen. Its investment of $8 million will e... ...between Chinese and Russian companies that provide for the assembly in Russia color televisions and household air conditioners are being successfull... ...pplied by imported Indian and Moroccan craftsmen in two of the palaces. Iraqi state television reported in June that Saddam exhorted his ministers t... ...ruction - though Israel is hitherto the only regional nuclear power - and by global networks like al-Qaida. In his travelogue, "Eastward to Tartary...

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Neutrosophic Dialogues

By: Florentin Smarandache

...tive breakthroughs, there is no qualitative leap. On the contrary, our TV networks and computer networks are contaminating society, bringing it into... ...an and the U.S. have to admit that the United States would be ruined from television. Is it better in our mainland? How can we be saved from cultu... ...usnesses have been stolen. (The United States could be destroyed by TV and networks. If China follows, say nothing of the future, the present is alre... ... technological advances, good things also beckon misfortune. Let’s look at television, for example. I know people will object to my analysis of TV, s... ...nism. You're out of step with the times.” Nonetheless, in my opinion, the television is a menace to human life. The television is a man-eater. Did yo... ...n these days. Instead of doing their schoolwork, they sit in front of the television set. They're glued to the screen, and it eats up their very lif... ...iples of being good people. They will learn only how to stare dully at the television. And what does the TV teach them? Every kind of strange and fre...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...process where interested people can market to each other. Ignite consumer networks and then get out of the way and let them talk." This is so... ...f the Internet a Medium The internet is simply the latest in a series of networks which revolutionized our lives. A century before the internet, th... ...ars ago. It started with a complete computer anarchy manifested in ad hoc networks, local networks, networks of organizations (mainly universities a... ... Non commercial entities jumped on the bandwagon and started sewing these networks together (an activity fully subsidized by government funds). The ... ...y commercial software can still be downloaded for free. In many countries television viewers still pay for television broadcasts - but in the USA an... ... but in the USA and many other countries in the West, the basic package of television channels comes free of charge. As users / consumers form a ha... ...egins to carry a price tag. This is what happened with the advent of cable television : contents are sold for subscription or per usage (Pay Per View... ...as the computer is less user friendly and less reliable (predictable) than television - less of a black box - its potential (and its future) is limit... ...vision - less of a black box - its potential (and its future) is limited. Television attracts 3.5 billion users daily. The Internet stands to attrac...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...manner similar to al-Qaida: they freelance and self- assemble ad hoc in cross-border networks to tackle specific issues. Jewish organizations - many ... ...learned to closely cooperate in order to survive. No wonder that all modern global networks - from Rothschild to Reuters - were established by Jews... ...h an independent copy of a book of instructions). The receiver can be passive (as television is). In such a case we will not be justified in sayin... ...n vitro fertilization to space travel. Every technology can be potentially abused. Television can be either a wonderful educational tool - or an a... ...man species be any different? Effects on Society Cloning - like the Internet, the television, the car, electricity, the telegraph, and the wheel b... ...ation), scale hindrances (no possibility to distribute small quantities), "old boy networks" which share political clout and research and developme... ... the land and steal money or solicit bribes because they need the funds to support networks of patronage. Others do it in order to reward their nea... ...ltant position with a firm you formerly oversaw or regulated, your own talk show on television, a cushy job in the administration? The truth is tha... ... over by schools, health – by (national or private) health plans, entertainment by television, interpersonal communication by telephony and compute...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...manner similar to al-Qaida: they freelance and self- assemble ad hoc in cross-border networks to tackle specific issues. Jewish organizations - many ... ...learned to closely cooperate in order to survive. No wonder that all modern global networks - from Rothschild to Reuters - were established by Jews... ...h an independent copy of a book of instructions). The receiver can be passive (as television is). In such a case we will not be justified in sayin... ...n vitro fertilization to space travel. Every technology can be potentially abused. Television can be either a wonderful educational tool - or an a... ...man species be any different? Effects on Society Cloning - like the Internet, the television, the car, electricity, the telegraph, and the wheel b... ...ation), scale hindrances (no possibility to distribute small quantities), "old boy networks" which share political clout and research and developme... ... the land and steal money or solicit bribes because they need the funds to support networks of patronage. Others do it in order to reward their nea... ...ltant position with a firm you formerly oversaw or regulated, your own talk show on television, a cushy job in the administration? The truth is tha... ... over by schools, health – by (national or private) health plans, entertainment by television, interpersonal communication by telephony and compute...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...stounding leadership Larry has provided and the insights into “the wealth of networks” that Yochai brings. Jessica Litman, Pam Samuelson, Michael Carr... ... a negative effect on our culture, our kids’ schools, and our communications networks; on free speech, medicine, and scientific research. We are wastin... ...e on that point. And some of them, like the design of our telecommunications networks, or the patenting of human genes, or the relationship between co... ... reproduction and distribution—of course it is appropriate for them, and the networks they “share” on, to be subject to liability. What’s more, to the... ...ness plans relied upon showing movies in theaters and then licensing them to television stations. VCRs and Betamaxes fit nowhere in this plan; they wer... ...nt that it was a “fair use” under U.S. copyright law for consumers to record television programs for time-shifting purposes. Since fair The Internet T... ...s clearly disapproving, others would point out that book- stores, movies and television channels are filled with material on how to commit mur der...an... ...ights legally? I could, after all, make a videotape of the DVD playing on my television, and use that grainy, blurry image in my documentary criticizi... ...lassic favorites, most people do not want to own movies. Watching the film on television or renting it for a night is perfectly satisfactory. Both of t...

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The Vatican Conspiracy

By: Jonathan Cross

...x waved off the rest of the reporters clamoring to get their face on national television. "You'll have many more opportunities for your questions i... ... businesses to flourish, they need our European, Russian, and US distribution networks. Therefore, we have all formed agreements. We use each other'... ...orks. Therefore, we have all formed agreements. We use each other's worldwide networks to distribute to lesser networks; and then to major drug deal... ...roducts world wide." Gallucci took a breath. "Our agreements and distribution networks are so well thought out and managed that it is not dependent ... ...so subtly," Gallucci said with a half-smile. "First, I bring all of the Mafia networks under my control. Most of which I have already done; I will h... ...atment. This is a national emergency. Drugs are being portrayed in movies and television as recreational, a way to have a good time and forget their... ...weet scent of cognac from a snifter. The only light in the room came from the television, which was on the BBC channel. The words, 'A Live Report' f... ...nd's apartment. Police roped off the area with yellow tape from onlookers and television cameras. A team of forensics was scurrying around when Radc... ...ross/Artemis The nation woke in shock and then panic, as every newspaper, television and radio described the massive destruction of the Washingt...

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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

...ll Street Journal has recently published an elegiac list: "Twenty years ago, cable television was dominated by a patchwork of thousands of tiny, fa... ... longer hierarchical and rigid, business resembles self-assembling, nimble, ad- hoc networks of entrepreneurship superimposed on ever- shifting produ... ...ress International (UPI) Also Read: The Disruptive Engine - Innovation Forgent Networks from Texas wants to collect a royalty every time someon... ...g poses a threat - however distant - to print publishing. Napster-like peer to peer networks undermine the foundations of the music and film indust... ...tes or stands for. Actors are often mistaken for their roles, wars are fought on television, fictitious TV celebrities become real. That which ha... ...ted and disseminated virtually cost-free to the next consumer through the Internet, television, radio, and on magnetic media. MIT has recently place... ...mes). One can hardly benefit from the weather forecasts without owning a radio or a television set - which would immediately tend to exclude the ho... ... the land and steal money or solicit bribes because they need the funds to support networks of patronage. Others do it in order to reward their nea... ...d, arid, and disadvantaged country can nowadays leverage air flight, the Internet, television, cell phones, and other miracles of technology to pro...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

... the development, maintenance, and use of computer systems, software, and networks for the processing and distribution of data.‖ According to M-W... ...ightbulb 1880  Electricity distribution 1906–1919  Radio 1920s  Television 1930s (or sooner)  Punch cards to input and externally store ... ...e Internet we know today that connects ground-based, radio, and satellite networks. In 1974, Vint Cerf (―father of the Internet‖ to some) and Bob ... ... Kahn wrote the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). That let the various networks connect in a true ―Internet.‖ By the 1980s, it connected the comp... ...of the twenty-first century:  Satellite TV gave people access on their television sets to real reporting of images and information on CNN, Al Jaz... ...people post information and opinions anonymously on a computer.  Social networks let people share information, opinions, and organizing ideas and ... ...h Following TEXT<<<<< PERHAPS INCLUDE TIME LINE ON SAME PAGE? Social Networks and Digital Books Soar TIME magazine named Facebook founder Mar...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

... the development, maintenance, and use of computer systems, software, and networks for the processing and distribution of data.‖ According to M-W,... ...ightbulb 1880  Electricity distribution 1906–1919  Radio 1920s  Television 1930s (or sooner)  Punch cards to input and externally store ... ...e Internet we know today that connects ground-based, radio, and satellite networks. In 1974, Vint Cerf (―father of the Internet‖ to some) and Bob K... ... Kahn wrote the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). That let the various networks connect in a true ―Internet.‖ By the 1980s, it connected the comp... ...of the twenty-first century:  Satellite TV gave people access on their television sets to real reporting of images and information on CNN, Al Jaz... ...people post information and opinions anonymously on a computer.  Social networks let people share information, opinions, and organizing ideas and ... ...h following TEXT<<<<< PERHAPS INCLUDE TIME LINE ON SAME PAGE? Social Networks and Digital Books Soar TIME magazine named Facebook founder Mark ...

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Analysis of Social Aspects of Migrant Labourers Living with Hiv/Aids Using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

... risk. 7. Some women said that awareness must not only be made through television or posters but should be made through street dramas or songs or... ... generalize often correctly from past experience to future events. Neural networks or neuro-computing or brain like computation is based on the wist... ...the flexibility and power of the human brain by artificial brains. Neural networks consists of many simple computing elements generally simple non l... ... together with far more complex and far more structured couplings, neural networks architecture cover a wide range. In one sense every computer is ... ...ns were proposed in 1943 as models of biological neurons and arranged in networks for a specific purpose of computing logic functions. The problems... ...urpose of computing logic functions. The problems where artificial neural networks have the most promise are those with a real-world flavor: medical... ...r that we have to bring in the maximum of our change. Further, unlike the television which is planned for family viewing, the radio is often listene... ...rint media and the obscene portrayal of women in semi-naked states in the television. While habits like alcoholism, smoking or even visiting comm... ...tion when you read or heard news on AIDS in newspapers, radio and television after you contracted AIDS? : Sad Ashamed Highly depre...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

... so on. A transaction takes place, for example, when a person decides to watch a television program; he is exchanging his time for entertainment. ... ...tamate in baby food, fatty hot dogs, unclean fish, tractors, medical X-rays, color television radiation and many Federal agencies. Another change a... ...tion. Bagozzi (1975) points out that "an exchange can occur between a person and a television program.” The "person gives his attention, support, p... ...ngth of weak ties." This concept has grown out of sociological research on social networks. It is a fact that one's particular communication netwo... ...ak ties of friendship and acquaintance, although the commitment to ideas from such networks may be quite shallow and may lead to compliance only when... ...omething, the channel is word of mouth; if I place a public service announcement on television, the channel is the mass media (see Chapter 7). Au... ...he present context, information is the product. In fact, because a newspaper or a television screen can not deliver an actual product, media are ent...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...n the brain often takes priority over the logical section of the brain. This has an effect on our buying habits, our preferences for films and televi... ... the street corner businessmen guarantee you happiness when you buy their mind altering wares. And the marketing of sex in books, movies, and televi... ...innocents were attacked with equal fury by their countrymen.‖ --―Millions of people in our country don't automatically reach for the televi... ... motivation, or trying to win over yourself by doing better every week. This would be a ‗power to‘ motivation. ―With game attendance, televi... ...g engagement the same relationship continues. But what happens after marriage? Do they go their separate ways? Does one watch a good deal more televi... ...person possesses. He listed other capitals as: economic, one‘s access to finances; social capital, friends and relationships in one‘s social networ...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...stence upon a number we only acknowledge its existence. It exists either as neural networks in our brains, or as some other entity (Platonic Idea).... ...zes defence mechanisms. Patterns, Structures, Shapes Patterns are an attribute of networks (which are composed of interconnected and interacting h... ...ified in accordance with their energy content. They become part of hyperclusters or networks through the process of realization (in which lingual en... ...ognized" (from the past) the brain first checks the most active hyperclusters and networks (those of the recent past and immediate present). Final... ...he recent past and immediate present). Finally, it examines those hyperclusters and networks which are rarely used (primitive). Upon detecting an e... ... other periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses in Macedonia organised by ...

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Narcissistic and Psychopathic Leaders

By: Sam Vaknin

...satisfactorily, and comprehensively resolved by the application of computer networks to voting. Even with existing technologies, election results (r... ...ectorate), can be announced with great accuracy within hours. Yet, computer networks are unlikely to overcome the second obstacle - the problem of t... ...ich Alexander the Great is an integral part. Not to be outdone, Macedonian television is now awash with a lengthy ad depicting the precocious leade... ...periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses in Macedonia organised by the Agen...

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Bail Yourself Out

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...dness. This is the underlying motive behind the massive growth of social networks on the Internet. People need to connect because they already feel... ...Yourself o ut in the process. Their productions are displayed not only on television, but also on the Internet, in movie theatres, and on the radio,...

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The Labor Divide

By: Sam Vaknin

...t the way of central planning. Business resembles self-assembling ad-hoc networks, or a guerilla force - rather than the bottom heavy and elephanti... ... less than 100 workers. Even behemoths, like General Motors, now resemble networks of small, autonomous, businesses and profit and loss centers. 6.... ... Modern economies are comprised 70% of services and are sustained by vast networks of telecommunications and transport. Advances in computing allow ... ...prostitution. UNICEF and the ILO are in the throes of establishing school networks for child laborers and providing their parents with alternative e... ...of small quantities or render it non-profitable), by maintaining "old boy networks" which share political clout and research and development, or by ... ...riodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in Macedonia in courses organized by the Agency...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...lecommunications: limited telephone, telegraph, and radiobroadcast services; television introduced in 1980; 31,200 telephones (0.2 per 100 popl.); 5 A... ...n of Journalists, International Medical Association, International Radio and Television Organization Economy GNP: $57.8 billion, $6,460 per capita; re... ...- ways 2,440-3,659 m Telecommunications: government- operated radiotelephone networks provid- ing effective service to almost all points on both islan... ...-3,659 m, 21 with runways 1,220-2,439 m Telecommunications: adequate, modern networks reach all areas on mainland islands; 3.52 million telephones (35... ...y by microwave relay; international service good; good coverage by radio and television broadcasts; 849,129 telephones nationwide in 1984 (5.3 per 100... ...40-3,659 on Tristan da Cunha Telecommunications: 1,500 radio receiv- ers; no television service; wireless service to Cape Town and Ascension; telephon... ...to Grenada and St. Lucia; 4 AM and 1 FM stations; St. Vincentian-owned cable television system Defense Forces Branches: Royal St. Vincent and the Gren... ...casting or televi- sion facilities; radio-relay and cable links into Italian networks 212 Sao Tome and Principe 50km //ha do . Principe 1 Pedras , Ti... ...00,000 receiver sets; many satellite ground stations and extensive satellite networks Defense Forces Branches: Ground Forces, Navy, Air Defense Forces...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

...the mammoth costs of erecting third generation - 3G in the parlance - mobile phone networks in both countries. The two companies were among the acc... ...ts in Europe allow winners to co-invest, co-own, co-operate, and co-maintain their networks? This, at best, is debatable. Frequencies are a commod... ... The licences are fully tradable assets whose value depends on added investment in networks and customers. Too late, telcoms are realizing the magn... ... other periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses in Macedonia organised by ...

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Kabbalah, Science and the Meaning of Life

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...to ten languages. His daily lessons are broad- cast live and recorded on cable television in the US, in Israel, and on the Internet to tens of thousa... ...uction company, producing documentaries and edu- cational films aired on cable television networks in Israel, North America, and Europe. Additionally... ...any, producing documentaries and edu- cational films aired on cable television networks in Israel, North America, and Europe. Additionally, Bnei Baru...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...Cafe Mimoza". His government constructed makeshift schools and hospitals, parallel networks of services staffed by the Serb-dispossessed, capitaliz... ... Sam: In my view, this is simply wrong. Modern terrorism - multinational, amorphic networks, with access to technology - is at least 50 years old. ... ... other periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses organised by the Agency o...

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The Soul Bearer

By: Jonathan Cross

...c relations. You're still using that one site you restored in everyone of your television commercials running on those Sunday morning news shows, a... ... around the room. C-SPAN would cover the event live from open to close, but the Networks would edit their coverage down to no more than four minutes... ...sed. Cathy Knowles had been bouncing around from newspapers, to radio, and now television where she held the spot as special events reporter. She w... ... come." "He called you personally?" Edwards asked. "I'm here. I'm not watching television," Brent replied. "I was told by head of News, be here or ... ...r case. When the richest man in the country donates ten million dollars on live television, you can bet something's up. You can both turn your notes... ... PRESIDENT'S NEWS conference started at six p.m. sharp. It was carried on every television station in the country, plus, broadcast to most countries...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...s not a natural kind of bio- feedback: that is an abomination of living neural networks stopping dead without any living bio- feedback. Instead of p... ...heir children at day-care centers, after-school programs, comes home to watch television, and calls itself a family. Now the culture of ‘day care’ h... ...slaved people on Earth. Enslaved by ease and wealth and corruption. Every television commercial, every cultural dance, every cultural song, every... ...ant as the smog produced from our cars, or the constant bombardment of radio, television, and other frequencies that fill the air. Any knowledge a ... ...ld have shit-cams. It would become entirely normal to come home, turn on the television, and watch people taking a shit. And anyone who objected t... ...admissible. This game of legal tactics is shown and demonstrated endlessly in television shows, and demonstrates over and over that people who do no... ...march on Washington. They were more organized. They went to their local news networks and got them to cover it individually… Because the corporate... ... got them to cover it individually… Because the corporate sponsored national networks refused to do so. So they had their million men in Washingto... ... their million men in Washington. They made speeches . The small independent networks gave them a tiny smidgeon of coverage… : Washington itself ig...

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Best of Freshman Writing 1 Best of Freshman Writing

By: Lucy Morrison

........................... 33 Dan Tyger “How September 11, 2001 Changed News Television”........................ 37 Best of Freshman Writing 3 Editoria... ... possibilities for why they left home. As I watched them, I thought of the television show, America’s Most Wanted. Could this couple be fugitives hidi... ...ebrity is mentioned, but that is not always the case. A celebrity can be a television per- sonality or a movie star, but he or she can also be a local... ...tor and sports commentator. Then things changed. Instead of turning on the television and seeing him making a winning catch in the game, he was seen e... ... once bit off a man’s ear during a boxing match. This last act was seen on television. What kind of influence do people like Simpson and Tyson have on... ...rs upheld their duties and provided a con- stant flow of new developments. Networks used every available resource for their cov- erage, and reporters ... ...ne of the crash sites. All available resources for both local and national networks became involved be- cause nothing else seemed to be of equal impor... ...ete Coverage of the War on Terror …” (Steinberg1). All of the ma- jor news networks have stated that their news crawls will be there for the foresee- ... ...-a-day coverage was a common occurrence days after the attacks. Many cable networks cancelled regular broad- casts during these days as well: ESPN bro...

... 31 Michele A. McClellan ?Overcoming the Hurdles? ................................................. 33 Dan Tyger ?How September 11, 2001 Changed News Television? ........................ 37...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...he work to Argenbright Security. 13 The checkpoint featured closed-circuit television that recorded all passengers, including the hijackers, as they w... ...right Security. Like the check- points in Boston, it lacked closed-circuit television surveillance so there is no documentary evidence to indicate whe... ...Lee Hanson had heard a woman scream just before it cut off. He turned on a television, and in her home so did Louise Sweeney. Both then saw the second... ...elger, had not been told of a confirmed hijacking before they learned from television that a plane had crashed. 181 Others in the agency were aware of... ...had just sat down for a meeting when his assistant told him to turn on his television because a plane had struck the North T ower of the W orld Trade ... ...air traffic con- trol, financial services, telephone systems, and computer networks. . . . Third, we will undertake a concerted effort to prevent the ... ...against it and the Taliban. 125 Bin Ladin relied on the established hawala networks operating in Pakistan, in Dubai, and throughout the Middle East to... ...ing paper, entitled “Strategy for Eliminating the Threat from the Jihadist Networks of al Qida: Status and Prospects,” reviewed the threat and the rec... ...ary to terrorists, work with a coalition to eliminate terrorist groups and networks, and avoid malice toward any peo- ple, religion, or culture. 41 Pr...

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