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Power Line communication

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 15, 2009
Powerline Communications, is a breakthrough communications technology for high-speed data, voice and media transfer over existing power lines. PLC provides home networking and broadband internet access using existing electric infrastructures without the need to install new networks. PLC is a... »read more
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Finding MAC Address

by Tracy Pettigrue | Sep 28, 2009
  Code: #include "stdafx.h" #include <Windows.h> #include <rpc.h> #include <rpcdce.h> #pragma comment(lib, "rpcrt4.lib")   // Prints the MAC address stored in a 6 byte array to stdout static void PrintMACaddress(unsigned char MACData[])... »read more
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MIDI FILE STRUCTURE

by Derek Thompson | Sep 28, 2009
  File Format:   Standard MIDI files provide a common file format used by most musical software and hardware devices to store song information. MIDI files contain one or more MIDI streams, with time information for each event. MIDI files make it possible to exchange information such... »read more
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How Does Google Voice Work

by Tina S | Jan 15, 2010
You can use google voice with your own google number or non-google number also..
  With Google Voice, you get all your calls through a single number. The idea about Google Voice (formerly GrandCentral, which Google acquired) is this: lots of us have more than one phone, and it would be nice to have a single number to give out that will reach us on any of these phones.... »read more
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Unix Shell Scripting Tutorial

by Tracy Pettigrue | May 28, 2010
1. Introduction Time is precious. It is non-sense-ical to waste time typing a frequently used sequence of commands at a command prompt, more especially if they are abnormally long or complex. Scripting is a way by which one can alleviate this necessity by automating these command sequences in... »read more
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How To Add a YouTube Video to Your Web Site

by Tracy Pettigrue | Oct 28, 2009
In 1998, embedding videos into a web page was a real challenge. You had different formats to chose from, other visitors might not have the proper software installed to see the video, bandwidth was still limited, as most people were still on dialup. Fast forward to 2008. Most people have... »read more
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Mono 2.0 lets .Net apps run on Linux

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Oct 12, 2009
Source: http://www.infoworld.com By: Paul Krill, IDG News Service October 06, 2008 Mono 2.0, an open-source runtime enabling .Net-based applications to run on Linux, Mac OS X, and Unix, is being released Monday, featuring capabilities for a number of .Net technologies. Considered... »read more
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Failed Military Inventions

by Syeda Tasneem Rumy | Feb 8, 2010
Simply, a military invention is one that was invented by the military in order to improve and advance certain military tactics, missions, or overall existence. Today, many of the most common military inventions, such as the GPS or Internet, or used by civilians as well. When thinking about... »read more
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TCP packet life Cycle

by Tracy Pettigrue | Sep 28, 2009
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  Every Web page that we receive comes as a series of packets, and every e-mail we send leaves as a series of packets. Networks that ship data around in small packets are called packet switched networks. On the Internet, the network breaks an e-mail message into parts of a certain size... »read more
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SATA

by Penelope Truce | Sep 28, 2009
SATA:   In computer hardware, Serial ATA is a computer bus technology primarily designed for transfer of data to and from hard disks and optical drives. It was designed as a successor to the legacy Advanced Technology Attachment standard (ATA). Serial ATA adapters and... »read more
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