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    Optical Storage Mediums

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    Optical Storage Mediums The most common way of storing data in a computer is magnetic. We have hard drives and floppy disks (soon making way to the CD-ROM), both of which can store some amount of data. In a disk drive, a read/write head (usually a coil of wire) passes over a spinning disk, generating an electrical current, which defines a bit as either a 1 or a 0. There are limitations to this though, and that is that we can only make the head so small, and the tracks and sectors so close

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    When the word “storage” is discussed as related to computers, one does not usually mean a closet or desk compartment. Storage in this sense refers to a medium to which electronic data is stored whether permanently or temporarily. In fact, the Computer Dictionary Online (2008) states that storage is, “a device into which data can be entered, in which they can be held, and from which they can be retrieved at a later time.” Several types of storage mediums exist for electronic data including hard disks

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    How Magnets Affect Computer Disks BackGround One of the most commonly used Computer data storaged mediums is a Computer Disk or a Floppy. These are used in everyday life, in either our workplace or at home. These disks have many purposes, such as: Storing data: Floppies can be used to store software/data for short preiods of time, Transferring data: Floppies are used to transfer/copy data from one computer to another. Hiding data: Floppies are also sometimes used to hide sensitive or confidential

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    Writing Technology

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    words into something, as the ancient Sumerians did. After all, as Walter Ong says, "The first script, or true writing, that we know was developed among the Sumerians in Mesopotamia [...] around the year 3500 BC." Ideas flew through my head about which medium to carve, such as wood, or even bread. The plausibility of these formats got the better of them, however. Wood would create far too much effort for a simple school assignment, not to mention be possibly hazardous to my health (I don’t exactly trust

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    filter press is recycled back to the thickener. The underflow of the cyclone is dewatered on a screen and combined with the sinks (+32mm ) coal to the thermal stockpile by Conveyor 18-33. The +6mm particles together with the medium are fed to the 200t/h Wemco drum. The medium density, which ranges from 1.42-1.55 t/m³, can be regulated depending on the quality of coal fed and produced. Coal with a bulk density of 1.0t/m³ is supposed to float while the gangue sinks but because of near density material

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    Mediacy And Hypermediacy

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    closely examined the relations and functions of such concepts in their book, Remediation: Understanding New Media. Both immediacy and hypermediacy are terms referring to logic, the imperative on which the relationship between the engager and the medium rests. Immediacy refers to the producer’s goal of the text’s mediation being rendered transparent. Immediacy is associated with simultaneity, intuition and invisibility, and attempts to erase its representative qualities to provide ‘immediate’ a.

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    Hydroponics Growing Without Soil

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    hydroponics. During the 1940’s at Purdue University, Robert B. and Alice P. Withrow developed another hydroponic method. Their process was called Nutriculture. Nutriculture varied from Dr. Gericke’s method in that gravel was used as a rooting medium. After World War II a number of commercial installations were built in the United States. The majority of these were located in Florida. Most were out of doors and subject to the rigors of the weather. Poor construction techniques and operating practices

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    Language as Freedom in Sartre's Philosophy I argue that Sartre posits language as a medium of communication that is capable of safeguarding the development of subjectivity and freedom. Language does this in a twofold manner: on the one hand, it is an action that does not phenomenally alter being, but that has the capacity of altering consciousness; on the other hand, language, more particularly written text, is a mode of communication that is delayed, hence that occurs outside the present, i.e

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    A Detailed Business Report of One Medium Size or Large Business I have been asked to produce a detailed business report of one medium size or large business. My well- planned business report should contain: Ø The objectives, organisational structure and communication channels that operate within the business. Ø An examination of how these factors, interrelate in a way that can affect the success of the business. Ø An explanation of how quality assurance and control assurance and control systems

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    How does a CD work?

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction ................................................................................................pg. 2 Factors Creating the Demand For Secondary Storage ............................pg. 2 Why Buy Optical ........................................................................................pg. 3 CD Physical Characteristics.......................................................................pg. 4 How Does a CD Work.............................................

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