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Validate Digital Signature in Adobe : A Step by Step Guide with Snapshots

By: Pratik Kaushikkumar Kikani; Pratik Kaushikkumar Kikani

The book will show how to validate Digital Signature in Adobe reader. It covers two methods of validating along with snapshots of screen and step by step guidance....

“SIGNATURE IS WHAT YOU GET PAID FOR.” –Pratik Kikani

Index Content Page No E-book Page No Introduction 5-5 6-6 Few Basics of Digital Signature 6-7 7-8 Methods of Validating Sign-Brief 8-9 9-10 Which Method Suitable 10-10 11-11 Method 1 with Snapshots 11-16 12-17 Method 2 with Snapshots 17-28 18-29 Document after Validating Sign 29-29 30-30 ...

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Ghidul Google SEO

By: Nicolae Sfetcu, Editor; Nicolae Sfetcu, Performer

Acest document a fost lansat iniţial ca un efort pentru a ajuta echipele Google, însă este la fel de util şi pentru webmasterii începători în domeniul optimizării pentru motoarele de căutare, şi care doresc să îmbunătăţească interacţiunea site-ului atât cu utilizatorii, cât şi cu motoarele de căutare. Deşi acest ghid nu vă va dezvălui niciun secret prin care site-ul dvs. să se claseze în mod automat primul pentru interogările de pe Google, respectarea celor mai bune practici prezentate mai jos va simplifica atât accesarea cu crawlere, cât şi indexarea conţinutului dvs. de motoarele de căutare....

Ghidul de iniţiere Google privind optimizarea pentru motoarele de căutare, Versiunea 1.1, 13 noiembrie 2008

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Libraries of the Future

By: J.C.R. Licklider

This report of research on concepts and problems of "Libraries of the Future" records the result of a two-year inquiry into the applicability of some of the newer techniques for handling information to what goes at present by the name of library work— i.e., the operations connected with assembling information in recorded form and of organizing and making it available for use....

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What is CryptoCurrency & What are 12 Ways I Can Profit from It? : A Basic Guide to Unlock Your Door to the World of CryptoCurrency

By: Cindy and John Donohue

Have You ever entered into a World totally new to you & everyone was ahead of you? You finally found that right place, time, niche, company...however, everyone spoke in advanced terminology, assuming you would understand? We have been there, done that & are in the process of designing the t-shirt. We listen to our Mentor. A long time ago, he told us that we need to train new people in our business like they are entering the 1st grade. Brilliant! We must train people from the standpoint of where THEY are, Not where we are. How & why do people in leadership positions miss that? We start with the Basics, Doing it Correctly, with proper Direction, from Day 1. We move forward, Step by Step, Never missing a Step. ...

How can you Profit from **Two Technologies, which are poised to Disrupt the Largest Industry on the Planet? You may be thinking, "Wow, What a Game Changer!". In reality though, It is creating a New Game, with new rules and new players. This Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity is a game that Ordinary people, not just the Rich and Famous, can participate in... With the entire Banking system on the verge of a disruptive change, are you seeing the massive potential to profit within this $80 Trillion Dollar Industry? What are the **Two Technologies? 1. Smartphones 2. Peer-to-Peer Social Platforms Do you Understand the Power of this? Everywhere you go, you see people on their Smartphones. What are they doing? Engaging with other people on Social Platforms! At their fingertips, they can be engaging in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat & Periscope, ALL within a few seconds of each other. Let's be honest, we all do the same activities... It's Time to accept it and Learn how we can Profit from it. ...

Chapter 1: "CryptoWhat?" Chapter 2: Trends & Disruptions Chapter 3: "Where Can I Profit from This? Chapter 4: "What would You Look for in a Cryptocurrency company?" Chapter 5: Testimonials & No AutoShips Chapter 6: "What are the 12 Ways I Can Profit from Cryptocurrency?"...

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X-15 Research Results

By: Wendell H. Stillwell

This semi-technical summary of the X–15 program is directed toward the less publicized aspects of its achievements.

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Wright Flyer Paper : Unmanned Intratheater Airlift, Vol. 45

By: Major Kevin J. McGowan, USAF

This paper investigates the DOD’s tactical logistical challenges and each service’s tactical lift requirements, especially with respect to the movement of supplies from forward supply hubs to forward forces. To address these challenges and requirements, the author suggests the use of remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) as a potential solution. Focusing on existing and quickly emerging technologies as well as the joint operating requirements, the author proposes RPA performance and design characteristics along with a concept of employment that increases tactical lift capabilities and meets all current service requirements....

1 INTRODUCTION . . . .1 Notes . . . . . 12 2 OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS . . . .15 Notes . . . . 26 3 TECHNOLOGY REVIEW/PROOF OF CONCEPT . . .27 Notes . . . .41 4 PROPOSED SOLUTION . . . . 45 Notes . . . . .51 5 SYNOPSIS OF CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT . . . .53 Notes . . . . 59 6 CONCLUSION . . . . .61...

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The Reverse Perspective : Fifteen Years of EcoDesign at Philips Consumer Electronics (1993-2008)

By: Ab Stevels

This book describes what happened in the field of EcoDesign at the Consumer Electronics Division (PCE) of Philips Electronics in the years 1993-2008. Fifty stories illustrate the five overlapping stages of its development: Get the facts, stimulate creative thinking, implement and validate, integrate into design and production, and communicate results effectively. EcoDesign has been introduced to PCE through a bottom-up approach with an emphasis on common sense. This ensured a wide acceptance and a strong participation. As a result, EcoDesign turned out to have a significance which went far beyond just environmental improvements. Apart from direct cost reductions, it turned to be an effective concept to critically review decisions taken in the past. In its mature form it has grown into a powerful general management tool. ...

The electronics industry has been dealing with EcoDesign as of the early nineties of last century. There has been a variety of drivers to do so, varying from ethics to complying with (new) environmental legislation. After 25 years a new generation of EcoDesigners has entered the field. This generation operates from the wider sustainability perspective, that is taking apart from environmental also social and economic considerations into account. It is supported by a knowledge base which can be accessed through internet and through smart phones. This is quite a difference compared with the period when EcoDesign started. The scene has therefore changed but many issues to be addressed by EcoDesign have not. The key issues are still energy, materials, packaging and transport, chemical content and recyclability. Making EcoDesign successful in the business is facing similar hurdles as twenty years ago....

1. In what kind of company was EcoDesign being introduced in 1993? 2. EcoDesign inside companies in the Electronics sector. 3. What is EcoDesign? 4. EcoDesign at Philips Consumer Electronics: a special case. 5. The 50 Stories about the development of EcoDesign at Philips Consumer Electronics. 6. Stage 1. Get facts, why are things as they are? 7. Stage 2. Fostering Creativity. 8. Stage 3. Implementation and Validation. 9. Stage 4. Structure. 10. Stage 5. Communication and Green Marketing. 11. Teaching Applied EcoDesign. 12. Looking back and looking forward. ...

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Project Home 2011 Scientific Research

By: Paul Stevenson, Editor

Documentary of Project Home 2011 scientific research 1979 - 2011

1- Introduction 3- Abstract 4- Objective of Project Home 2011 6- Technology developed in Project Home 2011 7- Project Home 2011 new theory of the big bang 10- Project Home 2011 research colleague John Obik- A brief history 14- Project Home 2011 research colleague Matthew Mitchel Urquhart- A brief history 19- News articles and publications 22- Post-Project Home 2011 scientific research work and accomplishments 24- Post Project Home 2011 successful bridge destruction and post-Project Home 2011 work completion if 2015 ...

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LiveApp - 12 Code Commandments

By: Anil Mehta

The 12 Code Commandments are the steps to follow when building a new software. Each commandment goes into detail of each fundamental aspect of the project and provides insight on what you should keep in mind....

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Failure to Launch : From Big Data to Big Decisions; Why velocity, variety and volume is not improving decision making and how to fix it

By: Forte Wares

The key to making big data initiatives a success lies within making the produced data more digestible and usable in decision making, rather than making it just ‘more,’ resulting in the creation of an environment wherein information is used to generate real impact. Put another way, the survival of Big Data is more about making the right data(not just higher volume) available to the right people (not just higher variety) at the right time (not just higher velocity)....

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Using Visual SourceSafe : SourceSafe / VSS Tutorial, Volume 163: SourceSafe / VSS Tutorial

By: Kevin Gao

Although this SourceSafe tutorial can be used for anyone who is interested in SourceSafe, it is mainly for software developers. As you may have been using SourceSafe for a long time and know many features of VSS, I will try to make the table of the content easy to navigate so hopefully you can easily find the information that you are interested in....

In this SourceSafe How To series / tutorial, I will write some guides, How To and FAQs about SourceSafe and will also post resources I found on the internet. This series will cover some basic and intermediate topics of SourceSafe as well as some advanced topics....

Introduction _________________________________________________________ 4 What is VSS? ________________________________________________________ 5 Market position _______________________________________________________ 6 What can VSS do? ____________________________________________________ 7 History preserving _____________________________________________________________ 7 File Difference _________________________________________________________________ 8 Project/Folder Difference _______________________________________________________ 9 Easy Collaboration ____________________________________________________________ 10 Several Important Concepts ___________________________________________ 12 VSS Database/Repository _____________________________________________________ 12 Working Folder _______________________________________________________________ 12 Master Copy and Local Copy ___________________________________________________ 12 Basic operations ____________________________________________________ 13 Add _________________________________________________________________________ 13 Get _________________...

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Wright Flyer Paper : How Small Is Too Small?; Technology into 2035, Vol. 46

By: Major Paul E. Kladitis, USAF

The Department of Defense (DOD) anticipates the realization of biomimetic bird and two-inch, insect-sized systems within the 2015–47 period. Although robot systems of one millimeter or smaller are not explicitly specified in current DOD and Air Force technology road maps, the technological aims towards this size can be clearly inferred from official documents. This research assesses the likelihood of, and barriers to, the realization of true microrobots and nanorobots (defined as submillimeter-sized robots of micro-meter and nanometer proportions, respectively) that can perform in military applications by 2035. This research finds that the realization of true microrobots for military applications by 2035 is unlikely, except for a single case of microrobots....

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Wright Flyer Paper : Tracking Next–Generation Automatic Identification Technology into 2035, Vol. 46

By: Major Richard N Holifield, Jr., USAF

This paper explores the advances in automatic identification technology, specifically radio frequency identification, and seeks to exploit these capabilities for use in the Department of Defense (DOD) supply chain. Using technological trends, a thorough literature review, and the opinions of experts, the paper compares current technology to a 2035 requirements forecast to identify capability gaps. The end goal is logistics situational awareness, whereby the DOD has the ability to provide end-to-end visibility throughout its supply chain and can rapidly mobilize, deploy, sustain, and redeploy forces in support of national security objectives....

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China in Space : Civilian and Military Developments

By: Colonel David J. Thompson, USAF; Lieutenant Colonel William R. Morris, USAF

Col Thompson, in his concentrated focus on China’s military space applications, examines PRC ground, space, counterspace, and space policy aspects. His principal findings: China has plans to construct a new launch site in the deep south; PRC telemetry, tracking and com-mand capacities are improving; China has the ability to conduct limited intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions from space; the PRC is pursuing a counterspace capability most likely using satellite jammers and anti-satellites (possibly parasitic or nano-satellites). Col Thompson concludes that while China’s space program does not now constitute a global threat, the PRC is pursuing space capabilities that will increase its regional influence, and deny an adversary certain uses of space....

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Wright Flyer Paper : Back to the Basics; An Aviation Solution to Counterinsurgent Warfare, Vol. 23

By: Major Arthur D. Davis, USAF

In this paper, I seek to demonstrate that the methods of using airpower to take the fight to the enemy and protect our ground forces during small wars need not involve the most advanced aircraft available. This “low-tech” approach does not suggest using lesser technology per se but proposes a different look for the types of aircraft that can perform a specific mission and for their manner of employment—that of protecting ground forces while combating the elusive insurgent. These same aircraft can prove invaluable in training an indigenous force to take the fight forward. By looking to relatively inexpensive, off-the-shelf aircraft, the Air Force can protect its ground-based charges and cement a relationship with embattled nations by helping them help themselves....

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Mosquitoes to Wolves : The Evolution of the Airborne Forward Air Controller

By: Gary Robert Lester

By the end of the Vietnam War, advances in technology allowed these FACs to control strikes against targets at night, in bad weather, and with improved precision. Laser-guided weapons systems, new computer navigation equipment, and advanced ground radars combined to provide an effective and lethal capability. If the Mosquitoes were an annoyance in Korea, the Wolves of Vietnam proved to be a deadly addition to the concept of FAC....

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Aviation Urban Operations : Are We Training Like We Fight?

By: Lieutenant Colonel, Todd G. Kemper, USMC

The author contends that urban terrain has become the preferred battlespace of US adversaries in the early twenty-first century. This environment poses unique challenges, especially to air and space warfare. The difficulty of sorting friendlies from enemy combatants, the latter intermingled with large numbers of noncombatants in very confined spaces, creates serious dilemmas for maneuver and aviation forces. Colonel Kemper believes that this mission, though well documented, has received neither the priority nor the resources necessary to ensure operational excellence and success on the modern battlefield. Thus, he not only inquires about whether we are training like we fight, but also seeks to determine what makes aviation urban operations so complicated and unique that they require stand-alone doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedures....

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

This book also begins with that wondrous first Information Technology and then moves on to tales about the wonders of the written word—great stories, many of them likely new to most readers. In them, you‘ll find all the backgrounds, foregrounds, premises, conclusions, and surprises that make up the best and most valuable books. This book also begins with that wondrous first Information Technology and then moves on to tales about the wonders of the written word—great stories, many of them likely new to most readers. In them, you‘ll find all the backgrounds, foregrounds, premises, conclusions, and surprises that make up the best and most valuable books. At sixty-four, I bring another full lifetime lived both at that exact moment where my experiences could straddle working in print shops and in the current digital eBook era.. My degree in human-computer interfaces in 1973 led to my appointment as adjunct professor at Benedictine University, where I built the world‘s first electronic library in 1988. You could walk into that library, and the first thing you‘d see was the computer asking if there were any books you wanted. You se...

Way back in the fifteenth century a man named Johann Gutenberg invented the ?printing press. More than 400 years passed before Ottmar Mergenthaler found a way in the late 1880s to mechanize that historic invention. Then, less than a century later – in the 1980s – digital printing displaced Mergenthaler’s wondrous Linotypes....

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Technology and Military Doctrine

By: I.B. Holley

1 THE ROLE OF DOCTRINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 THE DOCTRINAL PROCESS: SOME SUGGESTED STEPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 3 CONCEPTS, DOCTRINES, PRINCIPLES . . . .19 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 4 SOME SEMINAL THINKERS ON TECHNOLOGY AND DOCTRINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 5 WEAPONS AND DOCTRINE: A HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 6 INSIGHTS ON TECHNOLOGY AND DOCTRINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 7 OF SABER CHARGES, ESCORT FIGHTERS, AND SPACECRAFT: THE SEARCH FOR DOCTRINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 8 LOOKING BACKWARD TO SEE AHEAD IN SPACE: REFLECTIONS ON THE NEED FOR SPACE DOCTRINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 9 A MO...

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The Business of Domain Names

By: Nicolae Sfetcu

Business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names. On the Internet, the Domain Name System (DNS) associates various sorts of information with so-called domain names; most importantly, it serves as the “phone book” for the Internet: it translates human-readable computer hostnames. Domaining is the business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names. Such domain name portfolios often include cleverly chosen and highly marketable generic domain names, or domains whose registrations had lapsed yet still retain reasonable traffic. There is sometimes no actual intent to use any of the domain names with the exception of generating advertising revenue through domain parking. ...

Business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names.

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