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I should be reading about web content creation right now.

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Open Journal Systems, by the Public Knowledge Project

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The IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) is an international organization that aims to advance and disseminate state-of-the-art scientific information and resources; educate the signal processing community; and provide a venue for people to interact and exchange ideas. The materials in this lens have been carefully evaluated by the IEEE-SPS and found to be of high quality and relevant for anyone interested in signal processing. All of these mater...
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A hint towards foreign policy debates, Election 2016

Much unlike NASCAR, certainly:
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Is Apple seriously trying to emulate a Hollywood plot, or is that just coincidence?
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Amazon.com: The Miracle of the Kurds: A Remarkable Story of Hope Reborn In Northern Iraq eBook: Stephen Mansfield: Kindle Store
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The Bacula® Open Source Network Backup Solution

If it's free/open source software* and has a manual, no further sales needed...

* So far as thesis statements, though, well but it's a far cry (?) from anything obviously easy to integrate with DOM Level 3 Load and Store functionality, though it's got something to do with files and media nonetheless. I'm sure there's structures in whatever things it uses for the file things it does with the things it is as a network service thing, and stuff.

It needs more pointy pointed daemons... #OpEd  

...and it's got an SQL part. #EnterpriseThingsAndStuff  

I'll stick with scp, right now, but -- In keeping with a spirited style of overview -- I think Bacula looks pretty hip for its context. It's got enterprise molecules, the kinds of things that Brawndo marketers crave?

As for "me again", LoL, I think I'll just proceed to wonder how DOM L3 L&S can be integrated with software archive systems. Something about file containers in a filesystem metaphor.
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An Introduction to the FDM-TDM Digital Transmultiplexer - OpenStax CNX

Discrete communications signals. Reading about it -- class hasn't got to the point of discussing multiplexing, but reading about it.
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"Found it," the streams interface in CORBA IDL that I'd been searching-around for, now and again -- and here, this morning, I had simply begun writing some more "Whiteboard concepts" with pen and paper, towards any number of thesis statements about a web-free document management model.

DOM Level 3 Load and Save, "There it is." It's an all-around applicable platform-agnostic parser interface for XML information sets -- no, erm, no bullgadawling around about it.

The 'systemID' fields could contain actual URIs, or filesystem pathnames.

If it's not implemented in Common Lisp,  as yet, the lines of code would be the trivial part. The thesis statement for where it fits into what -- not even remotely trivial, that part -- even less so, considering that it's toward a web-free model, however denoted in whatsoever on the Modern Push-Button Web(TM)
Appendix A: IDL Definitions. This appendix contains the complete OMG IDL [ OMG IDL ] for the Level 3 Document Object Model Abstract Schemas and Load and Save definitions. The IDL files are also available as: http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-DOM-Level-3-LS-20040407/idl.zip ...
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A singular kind of news, from the complex climate of Iraq.
By: Hemin Lihony hlihony@rudaw.net A shocking betrayal, waves of suicide attacks, days hiding in the desert. This is a first-hand account by a top Kurdish commander in the Iraqi armed forces about what really happened – and what happens next – in Ramadi, Anbar and Iraq. Transcript...
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Via Russia's own Kremlin, a perspective concerning the events in #Ukraine

I'm sure they've avoided going into detail about what really was happening ont he ground in Ukraine's Euromaidan. I only wish that more Twitter users were so circumspect in avoiding a representation of such unspeakable vulgarity. It does lead to a sense of trauma, to see such news. It's not fun, and I'm not a professional journalist, but now I do know something more about it, "Like it or not"

Towards a sense of dignity about really undignified and atrocious actions of people, and Russia's continuing stability in the Eastern hemisphere....

... with a shout out for the coal miners of Donbass, the blacksmiths of Donbass, and really broad sense of patriotism, with a fond memory of a song by Loretta Lynn ... and not much more to say for any odd redux of the film, Pacific Rim ... so far beside that whole EU that the US is still by in large independent of ...
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KB Moto Review Subaru is a respected name in cars. From Tim O'Neil's professional rally driving school, in New Hampshire, to the highways of Hawaii, Subarus have been trucking professionals and enthusiasts , families and friends, along the American roadways since the introduction of the Subaru 360, in the late 1960's. Today, with new models such as the BRZ and XV Crosstrek, Subaru promises to hold its own in the modern automobile industry. KB Motorsports, having expanded from their original location near Lake of the Ozarks, now brings the Subaru lineup to Springfield, Missouri, along with a broader selection of domestic and import cars. In order to replace an older car that was having some maintenance issues, I bought a used 2008 Subaru at KB, in 2012. It was my first experience in shopping for a new car. It wasn't difficult to find a great looking car, once I found KB's selection - it was almost like "Love at first sight," with the Subaru I found. With all wheel drive and Subaru's pattened SRS system, it hugs the winding highways and byways like nothing I've ever driven before. I wasn't a hard sell, albeit - I'd done some research. I'd heard of Subaru's reputation with the Tim O'Neil school, moreover, and I was happy with the look and the features of the model I was looking at. Lastly, I felt a sense trust for the professional integrity of the dealership and the staff. (Though it had been something of a rough day for me, that made it a nice day again.) Apples and oranges aside, KB took great care to make it a great experience, from the initial test drive to the deal-closing paperwork, even assisting with selection of insurance options. Though I'd showed up late in the day, KB was patient and helpful. Their expert, professional work has made a distinctly positive impression on me, and I'd say that I may be happier with my car, for it. I look forward to getting some mileage out of my Subaru. Thanks, KB!
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