How many years did you register your domain name?
The majority of Spam websites only register a domain name for one year. A domain name registered for a longer period implies that the owner is more likely to be legitimate and serious about their web site.
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When you use the Web or send an e-mail message, you use a domain name to do it. For example, the URL “http://www.megrisoft.com” contains the domain name megrisoft.com. So does the e-mail address “email@example.com.” Continue reading “DNS Arms”
— The Group —
Several groups of employees represent different points-of-view within an organization. It is those different views that cause friction and power plays. Across professional and workplace boundaries, the more difficult groups tend to fall into one of the following groups. Continue reading “Corporate Groups”
A new virus has been detected that you may want to take precautions against. Be careful, if you try to solve this virus problem, you will be castigated in the media and by the UN. This is the Palestinian Virus – a virus that settles in your PC, claims it was there before your PC was built or Bill Gates was born, then demands parts of your hard drive. Continue reading “Palestinain Virus Warning”
How to improve your vocabulary in English
Following are a few methods for expanding your vocabulary with words you will feel comfortable using. Try one or more of these at your convenience. The ones that seem most appealing will probably work best for you.
1. Make a list of subjects that fascinate you most. The more you enjoy a topic, the easier to learn about it. Now go to your local library and search for a dictionary of words specific to one of these topics. If you like Baseball you may find a dictionary of baseball words for example. Not every topic will have its own dictionary of relevant words but you? I be surprised how many do. Once you have found a dictionary for one of your favorite topics, thumb through it looking for words that you have never heard or words you have heard that you don? know the meanings of. The sheer joy of having found the words and their meanings will help them sink into your memory. Since they relate to a favorite topic, you will likely practice and use them regularly with all the commitment needed to make them a part of regular conversation.
2.In different parts of the country people favor different words. Try picking up or subscribing to a newspaper from another part of the country. Or enlist a friend or relative from another area to join in on vocabulary improvement and offer to send them a copy of your heaviest big city newspaper in exchange for yours. Or go online and read such a newspaper on line for free.
3. To make learning easier and more productive, use flash cards in a new and more effective way to master several words at once. Instead of putting separate words on separate cards with separate meanings. Pick four words that all have the same or similar meanings and write them on one side with their meanings clearly identified on the other. Since you will be learning the same or very closely related word meanings for four words, you will be learning four words and one definition with slightly subtle changes. This brings it all together as one task in which you learn 4 times as much in about the same time.
4. Object words are easier because your are learning the definition of a word which is also a tangible item that you can picture in your mind. Go to a unique curio shop, specialty store or science or other obscure type of museum you have never been too before. Keep any brochures or other documentation that describes what you are seeing. Let the mental pictures drive the names of these items and their descriptions deep into your mind for recall later.
5. You learn much more by being humble than by being proud. Just as when driving you should be willing to stop and ask for directions, you shouldn’t? be afraid to do some digging when there? a word you don? understand. Look it up or even have the courage to ask. Go on a word hunt. Write down what you didn’t? understand and quickly. Hound that word and its meaning with your own research until you find it. The satisfaction of victory over your ignorance of that one word will bolster your confidence that you can learn many other words if you want to badly enough.
A computer display is a marvelous thing. An unassuming dark gray surface can suddenly transform into an artist’s canvas, an engineer’s gauges, a writer’s page or your very own window to both the real world and a huge range of artificial worlds!
Most desktop displays use liquid crystal display (LCD) or cathode ray tube (CRT) technology, while nearly all portable computing devices such as laptops incorporate LCD technology. Because of their slimmer design and lower energy consumption, monitors using LCD technology (also called flat panel or flat screen displays) are replacing the venerable CRT on most desktops.
Standards and Resolution
Resolution refers to the number of individual dots of color, known as pixels, contained on a display. Resolution is expressed by identifying the number of pixels on the horizontal axis (rows) and the number on the vertical axis (columns), such as 800×600. Resolution is affected by a number of factors, including the size of the screen.
As monitor sizes have increased over the years, display standards and resolutions have changed. In addition, some manufacturers offer widescreen displays designed for viewing DVD movies.
HOW A COMPILER WORKS
A compiler has three basic components: Preprocessor, First and Second Pass Compiler, and Linker.
In the first pass the source code is macro expanded in the appropriate macro environment.
A series of source to source optimizing transformations are performed to simplify the source tree. Type declarations are used to select specialized, efficient versions of low level functions.
A graph is generated from the source tree. The structure of the graph reflects the flow of control in the tree. The nodes of the graph contain blocks of intermediate code for an abstract machine with byte addressing and an infinite set of registers. Register allocation is performed based on data flow analysis and machine specific rules concerning live ranges across code fragments.
The blocks of intermediate code are translated into a single linear sequence of target machine code through a process of template matching.
Finally the relative branch instructions are “fixed up” to point to the correct locations in the code sequence.
The compiler is in fact much more complex than this model might suggest. Machine specific optimizations, for example, can be included in any of the passes. The distinction between passes is also not as simple as that listed above. However, this description is sufficient to allow the programmer to make optimal use of the compiler.
The 1750A is a family of compatible computers that implement the instruction set described by the military standard document MIL-STD-1750A (1980). The computers have been constructed by many methods, by a wide variety of companies. Traditionally, 1750s run aircraft, missiles or parts thereof. They are usually programmed in JOVIAL, a high-level programming language derived from Algol. Continue reading “Military Computers”
The Graves of Tabacco
Cigarette smoking is a major factor in diseases that affect the heart, the circulatory system, and the lungs.
The use of tobacco has changed over the years. Pipes, cigars, chewing tobacco, cigarettes, and snuff have been in fashion at different times in history. Continue reading “The Graves of Tabacco”
We have all felt this way, tired, run down, lazy. Some days we just want to stay in bed and others, itâ€™s just a chore to go through our daily routine. We may think what we need is more rest at night, a few naps during the day. When you feel tired you automatically assume you need more sleep. There are many reasons for feeling fatigued and before you try any of these things, it is important to have a check up with your doctor to be sure you have no physical ailments. Some reasons for feeling tired are depression, low iron and certain illnesses, make sure this does not apply to you. Continue reading “Increase Energy Level”