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The Panel in attendance
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Jean-Luc di Paola-Galloni, VP Sustainable Development and External Affairs, Valeo; Jaehak Oh, Vice-President, Korea Transport Institute (KOTI); Uwe Leuschner, Vice-President Business Development East, DB Schenker Rail AG; Elisif Elvinsdotter, TV and Radio Journalist for Sweden’s public broadcaster, Panel Moderator; Mohamed Najib Boulif, Deputy Minister of Transport, Ministry of Equipment, Transport and Logistics, Morocco; and Jean-Pierre Loubinoux, Director General, International Union of Railways (UIC) attending the Panel Session:Crossing continents: How new routes and technology can improve surface transport at the International Transport Forum’s 2015 Summit on "Transport, Trade and Tourism" in Leipzig, Germany on 27 May 2015.

Image from page 698 of “Carpenter” (1911)
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Title: Carpenter
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
Subjects: Carpenters — Labor unions — Periodicals McGuire, P. J. (Peter James), 1852-1906 Duffy, Frank, 1861-1965
Publisher: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
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Learn to Fill BIGGER SHOES I Dont be satisfied witli merely pushing a sawand driving- nails. Be a master of your craft.Learn to plan as well as to work—to use yourbrain with the same skill that you use your hands. How You Can Do It You can master every branch of building construction, archi-tecture and carpentry^at almost no expense at all. You canhave the knowledge and experience of over four score experts styour command, for use whenever you want it—by allowing us toplace in your hands this great ten volume set, without you send-ing us one cent in advance. THIS CYCLOPEDIA OF Architecture, Carpentryand Building is the most practical work on the building trades that has everbeen published. It covers every detail of building constructionfrom common carpenter work to reinforced concrete and steel.Contains over 3,000 drawings, full page plates, diagrams, etc..4.670 pages, bound in half morocco, printed on special paper—large clear type—10 massive volumes, titles engraved in 21 ka

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what is the difference between a projection tv and a flat panel tv?

Question by Flanktatomore: what is the difference between a projection tv and a flat panel tv?
I am looking to buy a tv for my house. I want to know what the difference is between a projection tv and a flat panel tv?

What type of tv do you recommend?

Is there a tv that you recommend that is reasonable in price?

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Answer by Leo W
A Flat Panel TV uses LCD Technology or Plasma Technology. Back when the frenzy first started, There were major pros and cons for buying either. However, currently, it is simply a matter of preference. Many will say that Plasmas produce richer Blacks. I own both, and see no discernable difference. The biggest noticable diffrence currently is the weight. Plasmas are VERY heavy.

Projection TVs are just that. A small projector inside of the television project the image onto the display INTERNALLY. Because a certain amount of distance is required for this projection,these tvs are nowhere nearly as thin as LCDs or Plasmas, and can not be wall mounted. They also do not have wide viewing angles. When you look at a projection outside of the recommended viewing angle, the picture seems dark or duller, and the colors are not nearly as bright. Most newer LCDs and Plasmas have a nearly 180 degree viewing angle (Half Circle) so that from any angle on the display side of the TV the picture is visible,and clear, and crisp.

I recommend LCD as they are lighter, and also unlike plasma, they do not suffer from glare when in a brightly lit room. Just ensure you future proof yourself and get a 1080p (progressive). This is currently the highest resolution available. If you have a little more cash to blow, look for a television with a 120hz refresh rate. These tend to display fast action images such as sports or action movies better, and does not leave little trails behind ( in general you rarely notice them on a quality set, regardless of your refresh rate).

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Q&A: Is it possible to configure wordpress and Fantastico with yahoo web hosting control panel?

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Question by Fsl: Is it possible to configure wordpress and Fantastico with yahoo web hosting control panel?
Is it possible to configure wordpress and Fantastico with yahoo web hosting control panel? if yes please guide me how to do this if not then which webhosting company is better to host my iste with word press and fantastico.and is there any extra charges for these services please help.

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As far as WordPress is concerned, there’s actually an installer built right in to your Yahoo! Small Business Web Hosting account. You can learn more about this installer at http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/smallbusiness/webhosting/wordpress/index.html.

Unfortunately, we have no such integration with Fantastico. Please refer to that software’s help documents for further information.

And if you need assistance with any Yahoo! Small Business service, you can get in touch with us 24/7 at http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/contactus/.

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Anime Weekend Atlanta 2012 Ask An Anime Character Panel – Part 1

Anime Weekend Atlanta 2012 Ask An Anime Character Panel - Part 1

Fans get to ask some of their favorite anime characters questions. Part One of this Three-Part series.
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Panel Discussion With Top Socio-Economic Development Entrepreneurs + Q&A!

Panel Discussion With Top Socio-Economic Development Entrepreneurs + Q&A!
Event on 2012-11-13 18:00:00

"Driving Economic Development Through Social Entrepreneurship" 

Panel Discussion With Socio-Economic Entrepreneurs + Q&A

Featuring Just To Name A Few:

Nancy Welsh

 

Nancy Welsh has been lauded for her achievements in affordable housing and green building and has set a new standard for "extreme green" affordable housing, recycling entire houses otherwise destined for demolition and outfitting them with the latest in energy efficiency – all the while providing jobs to under-served communities. The success of Builders of Hope communities is being heralded as a universal solution to the housing crisis facing cities nationwide. The Wall Street Journal called Builders of Hope as potentially "the most politically correct housing development on the planet." The concept started in North Carolina and is quickly spreading.

Social Entrepreneur Nancy Welsh is an inspiring example of how determination, a thoughtful approach and environmental leadership are a winning formula for the millions of Americans in need of affordable housing. She was the focus of a book entitled "Builders of Hope: A Social Entrepreneur's Solution for Rebuilding America." She has been featured on PBS, the Washington Post, and Wall Street JournalUSA TodayCBS NewsIndependent Weekly, and WRAL.

 

Kevin McDonald

 

Kevin McDonald,  Founder of TROSA

 

Kevin McDonald is the Founder, President, and CEO of TROSA, an innovative multi-year residential program that enables substance abusers to be productive, recovering individuals by providing comprehensive treatment, work-based vocational training, education, and continuing care. The TROSA formula works. Over 1,100 people have graduated from the program and gone on to live healthy, productive lives. It has grown into a million operation serving more than 400 people at a time. Prior to founding TROSA, Kevin directed a program for homeless parolees in Los Angeles that assisted former gang members. He has been recognized nationally for his achievements.

 

 

He has received the Leadership for a Changing World Award by the Ford Foundation, the Service to Mankind Award by the Sertoma Club, the Healthcare Heroes Award by the Triangle Business Journal, and the Social Enterprise Innovation Award by the Social Enterprise Alliance. Recently, he was named the Legacy Leader by the Triangle Business Journal. He has been featured by the Herald Sun, the Triangle Business Journal, and the Philanthropy Collaborative.

 

 

Martin Eakes

 

Martin Eakes,  Founder of Self-Help

Martin Eakes founded Self-Help, which a community development lender and real estate developer that works with individuals, organizations, and communities traditionally undeserved by conventional markets. The organization has stepped in to provide alternatives to the predatory lending and banking practices that hurt low-income families.

Through the success of Self-Help, he has demonstrated how responsible investing can be leveraged to lift up entire communities and raise the economic profile of a region. Self-Help has provided almost billion in financing to more than 60,000 homebuyers, small businesses, and non-profits. Among its many awards and recognitions, Self-Help was featured as 1 of 12 exemplary nonprofit organizations in the book Forces for Good: Six Practices of High-Impact Non-Profits (2007).

He has been featured on Stanford Social Innovation ReviewFast CompanyPBS, and the News and Observer.

 

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What’s New in Flat Panel Displays

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What’s New in Flat Panel Displays

First of all you need to learn your HD from your LCD and differentiate between a LCD flat panel and a Plasma flat panel. Most of the current flat panel displays are actually LCD, that is liquid crystal displays. These are generally backlit and have the enormous advantage of being quite thin and relatively lightweight.

Many consumers have now switched over from the older style televisions, a process which requires robust removal men. These older televisions have what’s known as CRT screens, or cathode ray tube screens. These were less reliable than the LCD or plasma flat panel screens. It’s only after you have the old television taken away that you realise how large your living room actually is. As the consumer demand grew for larger screen sizes the size of the tube grew also, until it took over a significant area. The much thinner LCD or plasma screens are a boon to interior designers.

While LCD displays tend to be used in watches and calculators and other small items, plasma screens are typically used in large television screens. These actually consist of two glass panels separated by a thin gap filled with a neon gas. The glass panels have a series of electrodes running across them and the technology uses electrically charged ionized gases.

Differences between plasma screens and LCD flat panel displays
One of the key differences is that the plasma screens are made from glass, which reflects more light than a LCD screen. The downside of this is that they can produce glare and sometimes an anti-glare coating is put on the plasma flat panel.

The plasma screens have the advantage of having wider viewing angles than LCD and can produce deeper black colours. On the downside, the plasma screens do use more electricity than the LCD ones.

Next up are the HD screens
The TV screens most commonly seen in retail now are the HD, or High Definition, plasma screens. These displays usually have a resolution of 1,024 x 768.

In terms of the future of these kinds of technologies, one of the challenges is to increase the energy efficiency, especially given the growing demand for increased size and the tendency for users to leave the devices switched on.

In 2010, the number of plasma TVs shipped globally topped 18.2m. We don’t yet have the figures for 2011, but despite the global downturn, this has probably increased again.

What’s next?

A 2011 technology exhibition in Japan (FPD International) showcased a 3 millimetre thick OLED TV. This is an incredibly thin flat panel screen, and still maintains a really fast response rate with full HD resolution. A slow response rate can result in blurring or distortion of the picture. OLED is another term we better explain here. This stands for organic light-emitting diode, which is a bit of a mouthful. This is a recent technology in which there is a layer of organic semiconductor between two electrodes. Other technologies coming down the line are SED – surface conduction electron-emitter display and also FED, which is field emission display.

The same show also introduced ‘invisible glass’. This is a kind of glass that has 99.5 per cent transparency, compared to 92 per cent for ordinary glass. This would reduce the glare and reflections on flat panel screens. The technology giants are kept busy!
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Pyle Home PTC20LD 19-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV with Built-In DVD Player

Pyle Home PTC20LD 19-Inch Flat Panel LCD HDTV with Built-In DVD Player

  • 19” LCD Screen – Built-In Analog (NTSC)/Digital (HD/ATSC) Tuners – 400 Brightness cd/m2 – VESA Wall Mount Compatible (Bracket not Included) – AC Input: 110V/120 Voltage Selectable
  • Built-In Progressive Scan DVD Player – 16.2M Colours – Progressive Scan CCD, V-Chip – Multi Language OSD (English/French/Spanish) – 70W Power Consuption
  • Compatible Formats: DVD,VCD,MP3,CD,CD-R,CD-RW – 1440 x 900 High Resolution – 160° Horizontal/ 135° Vertical Viewing Angle – Multiple Input Options: AV, HeadPhone, S-Video, VGA, HDMI, YPbPr Ports – Dimensions: 19.5” W x 16.8”H x 2.8”D
  • NTSC Auto Color System – HDTV Compatible: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i – Built-In Speakers 2 x 10W – RF Cable Input – Weight: 13.4 lbs
  • 16:10 (Widescreen) Screen Aspect Ratio – 500: 1 Contrast Ratio – Removable Base Stand – Full Function Wireless Remote Control

When it comes to hi-def televisions — you won’t find a better LCD TV on the market than Pyle Pro’s PTC20LD TV. Complete with built-in DVD player — our amazing NTSC auto-color system and 16:9 (Widescreen) screen aspect ratio provides the viewer with the clearest picture imaginable. See every hi-def detail — all the time. With over 262,000 colors, this 19″ flat-screen TV is perfect for use at home or in the office. Its built-in speakers and removable base stand make it convenient, durable, and long-lasting. Comes with full-function remote control, multi-language OSD, and tons of other great features. Despite the low price — you won’t feel like you’re just settling. This model delivers terrific hi-definition images — and the standard def looks great too, thanks to a powerful video processor that enhances colors, contrast, and details while reducing noise.

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Flat Panel Televisions: Add Another Dimension to your Entertainment

Flat Panel Televisions: Add Another Dimension to your Entertainment

A flat panel television is a light television set that hangs from the wall or ceiling and only three or four inches thick. The most ordinary flat panel televisions are either plasma or LCDs, which stands for liquid crystal display.

These flat panel televisions are very popular because of not only the size but also elegance and performance. This innovative technology dominates the television market and they are now more affordable as the prices have decreased. As with any new technology, there are a few disadvantages but certainly far more advantages when it comes to flat panel televisions.

The most basic advantage of purchasing a flat panel television is its weight and size. One person can not only carry it easily but also hang it up like a picture. You can lug it from room to room, place it almost anywhere instead of having to purchase a television stand or entertainment centre to house the old type televisions.

Behind direct view televisions, plasma flat panel televisions have an excellent picture and the LCDs are extremely close. When it comes to satellite programming and displaying cable, LCDs sometimes lack a little.

The selection of flat panel televisions is practically limitless with a huge selection of sizes. Plasma flat panel televisions start at 42 inches so models smaller than that are LCDs. Unlike plasma televisions, manufacturers designed LCD flat panel televisions to combine and interact with your PC while still operating as a television. Never use your plasma television to display video games or as a computer monitor as burn-in could be a problem.

Both plasma and LCD flat panel televisions have an above average life expectancy of over fifteen years and unlike rear projection televisions, they have no lamp to replace so are more cost efficient.

Shop intelligently and enjoy the new flat panel televisions of your desires.

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Zax 85010 26-42 Tilt Flat Panel Mount With 2M Pro Series Hdmi Cable (Tv Mounts/Access / Flat Panel Mounts) Reviews

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ZAX 85010 26-42 TILT FLAT PANEL MOUNT WITH 2M PRO SERIES HDMI CABLE. FITS 26″ – 42″ FLAT PANEL HDTVS, SUPPORTS UP TO 100 LBS, 0 /-15 TILT, VESA(R) COMPLIANT PATTERNS OF 100 X 100, 100 X 200, 200 X 200, 200 X 400,

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Boss 638UA In-Dash CD/MP3 Receiver with Front Panel AUX Input & USB

Boss 638UA In-Dash CD/MP3 Receiver with Front Panel AUX Input & USB

  • AM/FM radio, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3 receiver
  • 4 x 60 Watts maximum power with 5V RCA preamp output
  • Active black mask display with illuminated control buttons and quartz digital clock
  • Includes front panel auxiliary input, USB port, SD card slot, wireless remote
  • One-year limited warranty

Boss 638UA In-Dash CD/MP3 Receiver with Front Panel AUX Input & USBA great way to add MP3 playback to your vehicle, Boss Audio’s 638UA is an MP3-compatible, in-dash, AM/FM and CD receiver. It features front-panel USB and SD memory card inputs, so you can play back MP3s from burnt CDs or just plug in a card or thumb drive. A front-panel auxiliary input completes the package, for connecting your iPod or MP3 player.

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Play back your favorite MP3s directly from USB thumb drives.

Connect your MP3 player or iPod using the front aux input.

Replace Your OEM System
The 638UA makes a great replacement for single-DIN OEM systems. The unit features a fully detachable front panel for security, an active black mask display with illuminated control buttons, and a quartz digital clock readout.

AM/FM Radio
Enjoy your favorite radio programming with the PLL-synthesized tuner, featuring 24 station presets for instant access to your preferred stations, and switchable USA/Europe radio frequencies.

Auxiliary Input
The convenient front-panel auxiliary input (3.5mm mini jack) is a great way to enjoy audio from your iPod, MP3 player, or other external audio devices.

CD Player
Play back all your favorite CDs, including burnt CD-R/RW discs. The ESP anti-skip mechanism ensures your music isn’t interrupted by any bumps in the road, and playback features such as a mute function, repeat mode, or intro scan are all included.

You can also enjoy your favorite MP3s, burnt to CD, with full ID3 tag display of artist/track info.

USB and SD Connectivity
The 638UA features a front-panel USB port and SD Card jack, so you can instantly switch out USB thumb drives or SD cards with a fresh batch of MP3 tunes/podcasts/etc.

Dial In Your Sound
Select from preset EQ response curves, and tweak it a bit more with separate bass and treble controls. A Loudness feature ensures ample low-end even during quiet listening, and standard balance/fader controls let you adjust the stereo image to suit your vehicle.

Preamp Output
The 638UA provides 60 Watts through four channels, and if you’d like to expand your system, use the 5V RCA preamp output to send to an external amplifier.

Remote Included
A wireless remote control is included for convenient control of the system.

What’s in the Box
Boss 638UA Receiver, Mounting Hardware, User’s Manual

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