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Panasonic continues to ensure intercommunication capability between DLNA compatible products and promote the wide adoption of the IEEE 1901 international standard and products that support it.
14.7.5.2.1 Communications and Policies Devise and execute ways and means to establish and maintain intercommunication of all Sections and uniform policies of their operation.
In the nineteenth century, in large part due to technological developments, especially steamships and the telegraph, the pace of intercommunication accelerated, but change brought instability, not least the tension between globalisation and nationalism.
Nevertheless the note somehow overlooks Campanella's own distinctive, most prevalent and self-revealing use of the image, not as referring to the belittlement of man as homuncalus, nor as the much trumpeted cosmogonic interpretation of Carlo Ginzburg's Menocchio, but the much more subtle cognitive one, so characteristic of the prisoner, betraying this Apostle of the Internet's own longing for outreach, communication, and intercommunication: namely, that we humans normally are content to live each "cocooned away, complacent, not wanting to be disturbed, jealous of our remove" (Remin., 221; cf also Mon.
Award-winning designer John Maeda, MIT Media Laboratory, discusses "Post Digital," the title of his recent midcareer retrospective solo exhibition at the NTT InterCommunication Center in Tokyo.
Luis Escudero of Intercommunication asbl, the association co-ordinating the project on the European side.
data sharing to win!" bringing home the long-discussed need for cooperating to standardize the electronic data interchange (EDI) -- from bar coding to electronic purchase orders to merchandise scheduling, picking and sales tracking -- that is vital to vendor/retailer intercommunication.
You can also make personal notes next to BOOK text entries with an optional programming tool, named: "Portable Erasable Nib Cryptic Intercommunication Language Stylus" or "PENCILS".
It is called RISK, which stands for Rodrigues Intercommunication Searches for Kids.
Minds are not supernatural entities but personal experiences produced when brains are in a state of awareness of their own functioning, most probably a state created through the complex intercommunication between and among brain subcomputers for vision, hearing, language, attention, and other cognitive and perceptual functions.
The fact that "people buy expectations" is worth considering in any human intercommunication. Telling people to do or believe something may, if they are coerced, force them in a certain direction, but it does not make them believe in what they are doing.
Drawing upon new archaeological interest in rural areas, scholars recently have become convinced that strong cities possessed dense networks of intercommunication with surrounding settlement, rather than being separated by their fortifications, as they thought earlier.