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Encapsulate Behavior, not Just State In systems theory, containment is one of the most useful constructs when dealing with large and complex system structures. In the software industry the value of containment or encapsulation is well understood. Containment is supported by programming language constructs such as subroutines and functions, modules and packages, classes, and so… Read Article →

STEVE JOBS, SHIRT SLEEVES rolled up to his elbows, long hair over his collar, sits like a virtuoso at the keyboard of his new computer. Behind him, projected onto a huge screen, computer images – silvery letters and symbols – expand and shrink, leap and pop about as Jobs puts the machine through its paces…. Read Article →

12 September 2011 A commission appointed by the British government has recommended major reforms of the country’s banks. Reporter: Robert Peston The most radical reform of British banks in at least a generation has been proposed by the independent commission on banking set up by the Treasury. What’s recommended is as close to a formal… Read Article →

Later, as he sat on his balcony eating the dog, Dr Robert Laing reflected on the unusual events that had taken place within this huge apartment building during the previous three months. Now that everything had returned to normal, he was surprised that there had been no obvious beginning, no point beyond which their lives… Read Article →

Before the Soviet invasion, the Kyrgyz people were nomads. They lived for thousands of years as pastoral shepherds in Central Asia, tending sheep, cows, horses, and camels. In the summers, the Kyrgyz people traveled up to the mountains with all their possessions, and set up a boz ui, or gray house, a large felt tent… Read Article →

PERPLEXUS project works to develop networks that self-organize and learn Powerful computers made up of physically separate modules, self-organizing networks, and computing inspired by biological systems are three hot research topics coming together in one European project. European researchers have developed an innovative computing platform. At the heart of the system are many small modules,… Read Article →

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon are considered to be one of the original Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. They were built in the ancient city-state of Babylon, near present-day Al Hillah, Babil, in Iraq. They are sometimes called the Hanging Gardens of Semiramis (in reference to the legendary Queen Semiramis). The gardens were supposedly… Read Article →

Istanbul is truly a world city, a city which everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. It is an enchanting blend of Eastern and Western culture, a vibrant, modern city, with a unique identity. Its rich past coexists alongside its youthful exuberance. Although no longer the capital of Turkey, Istanbul still remains the… Read Article →

A Simple Test for Thoughtful People. Am I my head or my face? No, it is my face. Am I my chest? No, it is my chest. Am I my arm or my hand? Am I my leg? No, it is my leg. All the parts of my body – indeed, my entire body –… Read Article →

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw is among the most successful woman in India. The head of a leading biotechnology company, the 55-year-old is a high-earning entrepreneur. But 30 year ago, when Mazandur-Shaw founded Biocon in a garage in Bangalore, it was a different story.”I couldn’t find people to work for me-not even women”,she told the Financial Times. Biocon… Read Article →

People don’t just want to be educated about what you offer. They want to be seduced. Yes, seduced. Being seduced is an exhilarating experience. (If you haven’t tried it yet, I highly recommend it.) Yes, we want to be educated and make rational decisions that optimize our goals. But we also yearn to be romanced,… Read Article →

Step 2. Define some variables Scala has two kinds of variables, vals and vars. A val is similar to a final Variable in Java. Once initialized, a val can never be reassigned. A var, by Contrast, is similar to a non-final variable in Java. A var can be reassigned Throughout its lifetime. Here’s a val… Read Article →

There are many ways to write an essay. However, the standard essay form follows the same basic patterns as discussed in this ‘how to’. Difficulty: Average Time Required: 30 minutes Here’s How: Select the topic of your essay. Choose the central idea, or thesis, of your essay. For example: Information technology has revolutionized the way… Read Article →

How To Motivate Yourself – Self Motivation Staying motivated is a struggle – our drive is constantly assaulted by negative thoughts and anxiety about the future. Everyone faces doubt and depression. What separates the highly successful is the ability to keep moving forward. There is no simple solution for a lack of motivation. Even after… Read Article →

So you want to hear a story? Well, I used to know a whole lot of really interesting ones. Some of them so funny you would laugh yourself unconscious. Others so terrible, you would never want to repeat them. Now I can’t remember any of those. So maybe I’ll just tell you about the time… Read Article →

In the High and Far-Off Times the Elephant, O Best Beloved, had no trunk. He had only a blackish, bulgy nose, as big as a boot, that he could wriggle about from side to side; but he couldn’t pick up things with it. But there was one Elephant – a new Elephant – an Elephant’s… Read Article →

A Haunted House Virginia Woolf Whatever hour you woke there was a door shutting. From room to room they went, hand in hand, lifting here, opening there, making sure – a ghostly couple. “Here we left it,” she said. And he added, “Oh, but here tool” “It’s upstairs,” she murmured. “And in the garden,” he… Read Article →

Title: Ozma of Oz Author: L. Frank Baum Contents – Author’s Note – 1. The Girl in the Chicken Coop 2. The Yellow Hen 3. Letters in the Sand 4. Tiktok, the Machine Man 5. Dorothy Opens the Dinner Pail 6. The Heads of Langwidere 7. Ozma of Oz to the Rescue 8. The Hungry… Read Article →

Internal combustion engines are likely to remain in widespread use for some time yet, but it’s possible that we may be bidding adieu to that most iconic of engine parts, the spark plug. Researchers from Japan’s National Institutes of Natural Sciences (NINS) are creating laser igniters that could one day replace spark plugs in automobile… Read Article →

Trade Forex Like a Sniper…Not a Machine Gunner Today’s Forex Lesson is “Absolutely Freaking Awesome”.. Seriously! In fact, It’s probably one of my best trading lessons I have ever written. It took me at least 2 days of brain power and probably 20 coffees. So for my efforts, I am going to ask a small… Read Article →

Margaret Dauncey lived in an art studio near the Boulevard Montparnasse with Susie Boyd. That afternoon Arthur was coming to see them. The young women were expecting him. Susie was looking forward to the meeting with interest. She had heard a great deal about the young man, and knew about his romance with Margaret. For… Read Article →

There are some who say that rewards are the most powerful force in organizations. According to Michael LeBoeuf, the world’s greatest management principle is “What gets rewarded gets done.” He said that he reached this conclusion after hearing the following parable: A weekend fisherman looked over the side of his boat and saw a snake… Read Article →

BOOK THREE: BELLA Personal affection is a luxury you can have only after all your enemies are eliminated. Until then, everyone you love is a hostage, sapping your courage and corrupting your judgment. Orson Scott Card Empire PREFACE No longer just a nightmare, the line of black advanced on us through the icy mist stirred… Read Article →

Dark Elves were once part of the Elven tribes, but were banished after they learned black magic in order to obtain the power to fight Humans. They lost the battle, but continued to study the dark arts. Dark Elves have similar features to their Elven brethren, but are taller, have blue-gray skin, and silver hair…. Read Article →

Relationships with other people It’s nice to have a lot of friends. You can enjoy many things together. All my classmates are rather nice but all of them have different characters. Some are courageous, kind-hearted, curious, faithful, thoughtful. In my class there are no heartless students but there are some egoists and selfish ones. Sometimes… Read Article →

The war between Google and Oracle is far from over, but the big G keeps racking up tiny victories in what are admittedly modest battles. Now the Redwood Shores-based company has been told to go back to the drawing board with its damages report. Originally Oracle sought $2.6 billion, but its theories were largely dismissed… Read Article →

After being caught in the destruction of the Vestige, the group awakens directly under the Hanging Edge on the expanse of a solidified Lake Bresha. An aftereffect of the energies released by the dying fal’Cie, the waters of the lake are now frozen in crystal splendor. Despite having survived a fall from an incredible height,… Read Article →

CHAPTER 1. DAPHNE LOVED SPEED. Not in the traditional sense: she rarely pushed her weathered Honda Civic past third gear. The race for Daphne lay in the corridors of her mind, long and labyrinthine, and the girl needed her get-up-and-go. Cocaine, when she could afford it; ephedrine-powered nasal decongestants when she couldn’t. But she was… Read Article →

Mikhail Bulgakov. The Master and Margarita (1997) Contents Introduction A Note on the Text and Acknowledgements BOOK ONE Never Talk with Strangers Pontius Pilate The Seventh Proof The Chase There were Doings at Griboedov’s Schizophrenia, as was Said A Naughty Apartment The Combat between the Professor and the Poet Koroviev’s Stunts News From Yalta Ivan… Read Article →

By J. K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Chapter Eight. The Wedding Three o’clock on the following afternoon found Harry, Ron, Fred and George standing outside the great white marquee in the orchard, awaiting the arrival of the wedding guests. Harry had taken a large dose of Polyjuice Potion and was now the… Read Article →

Another Angel 31st October 2007 It’s 1:02 a. m. and I’m not able to sleep after the painful news received around eleven that my best friend, my hero, my sister God forgot to give me, my everything was graced with 24 hours to live. I don’t know why this happens and why it will continue… Read Article →

The Hound of the Baskervilles Arthur Conan Doyle Chapter 1 MR. SHERLOCK HOLMES Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who was usually very late in the mornings, save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all night, was seated at the breakfast table. I stood upon the hearth-rug and picked up the stick which our visitor… Read Article →

2 It was in 1886 that the German pharmacologist, Louis Lewin, published the first systematic study of The cactus, to which his own name was subsequently given. Anhalonium lewinii was new to science. To primitive religion and the Indians of Mexico and the American Southwest it was a friend of Immemorially long standing. Indeed, it… Read Article →

Chapter 8, IN WHICH CHRISTOPHER ROBIN LEADS AN EXPOTITION TO THE NORTH POLE ONE fine day Pooh had stumped up to the top of the Forest to see if his friend Christopher Robin was interested in Bears at all. At breakfast that morning (a simple meal of marmalade spread lightly over a honeycomb or two)… Read Article →

Index Case (First Discovered Example) Male, aged 31 years. Employee at a biotechnology firm. Engineer. Already dead upon discovery. Confirmed address… The man sank into a bench in the Forest park, and sighed. He wondered how many Times he had already sighed that morning. He sighed, and looked at the head of lettuce in his… Read Article →

AN AGACELLA OR George Stafford was phlegmatic, unimaginative, and, even a bit stupid. Once he was spending his vacation at the Hotel Thiersberry, the dullest spot in all America – extremely expensive and exclusive. ‘Exclusive’ is a terrible word, and the Hotel Thiersberry is a terrible place. A vacation is an interval in work, as… Read Article →

There was a blind girl who hated herself just because she was blind. She hated everyone, except her loving boyfriend. He was always there for her. She said that if she could only see the world, she would marry her boyfriend. One day, someone donated a pair of eyes to her and then she could… Read Article →

The Menu Widget allows you to easily create a simple flyout menu typically found in desktop applications or website navigation. Vertical and Horizontal Menu widgets are available in the Wireframe widgets library. If your design needs a custom menu, you can use dynamic panels for more flexibility. To add a Menu widget to your wireframe,… Read Article →

Making money solves most problems, and in Ireland today, Plenty of men are making plenty of money. The only reasonable response Is a cry of ‘Well done.’ Yet instead we are hearing complaints That too many Irish are now making too much money. We are hearing Accusations of greed, and criticism about pressure. Why? Because… Read Article →

For tourists yearning to escape the crowd (go where there are not many people) wander off the beaten track (go to place tourists don’t normally go) and get back to nature (live a natural, rural style of life), Suriname increasingly looks a promising choise (a choice which could be a very good one). Nobody in… Read Article →

I don’t understand boredom. All you have to do is walk around the house as if you were blind. How could you be bored? Depressed, yes. That’s a different ball game. I know depression. I know every degree of it. But not boredom. You take the laughs out of Rain Man and it’s not the… Read Article →

Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen CHAPTER 1 The family of Dashwood had long been settled in Sussex. Their estate Was large, and their residence was at Norland Park, in the centre of Their property, where, for many generations, they had lived in so Respectable a manner as to engage the general good opinion of their… Read Article →

THE first clear evidence of how antidepressant drugs help to boost brain cell formation could lead to better treatments for depression. The hippocampus is one of just two brain regions known to grow new neurons throughout life – a process called neurogenesis. This process is disrupted in people with depression, although it is not known… Read Article →

Pasta is a generic term for foods made from an unleavened dough of wheat or buckwheat flour and water, sometimes with other ingredients such as eggs and vegetable extracts. Pastas include varieties that are filled with other ingredients like ravioli and tortellini. The word pasta is also used to refer to dishes in which pasta… Read Article →

Thierry Porté aims to turn Shinsei into a retail and investment banking power The returns bring the word “supersize” to mind. Shinsei Bank Ltd., the lender sold at a government auction to Western investors for $1.2 billion in 2000, has delivered $3.7 billion in profits to its buyers. But while the bank’s primary backers –… Read Article →

New inventions are appearing every day to make our lives easier, longer, warmer, speedier and so on. But only a few inventors design a new machine or product that becomes so well-known that the invention, named after its creator, becomes a household word. Here are ten famous inventors and the inventions that are named after… Read Article →

What are Your Chances of Success as a Forex Trader? Most traders have heard or read that 95% of people who try their hand in the markets fail to make money; this is a very common myth that is widely circulated around the internet and elsewhere. However, this myth is not based on any solid… Read Article →

Requirements elicitation is concerned with where software requirements come from and how the software engineer can collect them. It is the first stage in building an understanding of the problem the software is required to solve. It is fundamentally a human activity, and is where the stakeholders are identified and relationships established between the development… Read Article →

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