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Mp 3 Player Mp 3 Files
1,289 wordsTwo years ago, MP 3 was just another audio compression format. Today, it's a Net phenomenon that's at the center of an enormous controversy. That's because MP 3 makes it possible for people with an Internet connection to bypass record stores (and cashiers) and download CD-quality music by their favorite artists -- for free. MP 3 is great for music lovers and cheapskates, who can download funky tunes to their hearts' content without spending a dime; however, it's a nightmare for musicians and rec...
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Car Stereo Prior Knowledge
1,708 wordsIn todays society many products are released into the market without first going through a proper evaluation phase. Designers must take into account the needs of the user by inviting prospective consumers to evaluate their products and to point out improvements in the interface or design. When designers fail to incorporate the users needs, the products economic success is in serious jeopardy. If the product is too hard to operate then the consumer may opt for a better version, often looking towa...
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World War Ii End Of The Year
1,843 wordsThe huge company called Sony was named after two words. The first word was sonus, which means sonic or sound and the second word was sonny, which means little son. The combinations of the two words mean a very small group of young people who have the energy and passion toward unlimited creation. Mature Ibuka came up with the idea in 1946 right after World War II. His main motive was to set up a company to create a steady work environment where engineers who truly appreciate technology and realiz...
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Easy To Understand Worst Thing
1,090 wordsA small, dark room, with lots of books, a radio in the corner and a big mess. In the middle of the room is a small bed. There is no TV, no computer, no play station, no modern technology, just only one small radio and a night lamp, which is on the desk. And of course, beer and liquor bottles arranged by the wall. But most importantly in this ugly dark small room is the small bed that is only mine and no other beds, which means that this room is only mine. This was three years ago. Right now I li...
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Cd Rom Drive Hard Drive
1,502 wordsSubject: [ 3 - 2 ] How do I extract tracks from, or copy all of, an audio CD? Start with the CD-DA FAQ: web Take a look at web to see if your CD-ROM drive is up to the task. EAC, from web is often recommended for extracting ("ripping") audio tracks. To copy from CD to CD, the source drive needs to support digital audio extraction, which is rare among older drives but very common in current models. Ideally, the copy program will use disc-at-once recording to produce a duplicate that mimics the or...
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Tape Recorder Total Cost
693 wordsAUTHOR: Grace Hopper (Change Grace's name to yours) COURSE: CSC 102 Section 1 (Use the correct section number) DUE DATE: December 10 th, 2010 (Use the correct due date) REFERENCE: "Computer Science - A structured Programming Approach using C++", Forouzan & GilbergPURPOSE: Create a customer's bill for a company. The company sells only five different products: TV, VCR, Remote Controller, CD Player, and Tape Recorder. The Unit prices are $ 300. 00, $ 120. 00, $ 25. 30, $ 250. 00, and $ 15. 00, resp...
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James Russell And The Invention Of Compact Disc
1,136 wordsJames Russell was born in Bremerton, Washington in 1931. His first invention, at six years old, was a remote-control battleship with a storage chamber for his lunch. In 1953, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in physics and graduated from Reed College in Portland. Afterwards he went to work as a Physicist in General Electrics nearby labs in Richland, Washington. There he started many experimental instrumentation projects. He was one of the first to use a color TV screen and keyboard with a computer...
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Alarm Clock Cellular Telephone
2,342 wordsA man wakes up in the morning to the sound of his digital alarm clock and immediately checks his e-mail. He turns on the television, which has a V-chip to keep his children from watching what may be violent. He gets dressed, gets in his car, and drives to work where he works as the network administrator at a local steel company. It is amazing all of the things this man uses in the morning alone that would not be possible if it were not for computer technology. From his alarm clock to his e-mail ...
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Beam Of Light Laser Beam
497 wordsHow a CD works Compact disc (CD) players have increasingly replaced the phonograph and the cassette tape. They offer a clear, crisp sound, faint background noise, and have the additional advantage of longer life. In addition to their audio content, some compact discs contain digital graphics that can be displayed on a television screen. To understand how a CD works one must understand what a CD consists of. A CD is about 1. 2 millimeters thick. Most of the CD consists of an injection-molded piec...
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Compact Disc Cd Rom
1,057 wordsJames Russell was born in Bremerton, Washington in 1931. His first invention, at six years old, was a remote-control battleship with a storage chamber for his lunch. In 1953, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in physics and graduated from Reed College in Portland. Afterwards he went to work as a Physicist in General Electric? s nearby labs in Richland, Washington. There he started many experimental instrumentation projects. He was one of the first to use a color TV screen and keyboard with a comput...
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Emerson And Thoreau Todays Society
2,182 wordsLife At Its Simplest Emerson 038; Thoreau As Life At Its Simplest Emerson 038; Thoreau As Applied To Modern Living Life at Its Simplest A Practical Application of Interpreted Emersonian and Thoreauvian Concepts Due to a variety of coincidental circumstance, I have recently found myself in the position to write a paper exploring the practical application of Emersonian and Thoreauvian concepts in modern society. Both Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau are considered two of the most ...
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