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  1. Back to BASIC: The History, Corruption, and Future of the Language by John G. Kemeny, Thomas E. Kurtz, 1985-04
  2. Internet Distance Learning and the Future of the Research: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Basic Research of the Committee on Science, House of Representatives, ... One Hundred Sixth Congress, Second Session
  3. The Habit of Reading: A Neglected Dimension of Adult Reading Instruction / Adult Basic Education and the Homeless: Changing ABE's Future / Adult Literacy Programming: Whose Needs Are Being Served? (Adult Basic Education: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Adult Literacy Educators, Volume 3, Number 3)
  4. In The Age Of The Smart Machine: The Future Of Work And Power by Shoshana Zuboff, 1989-10-02
  5. Better Money Management Subliminal CD with (NLP) Neurolinguistic Programming imbedded in soothing music and calming sounds of ocean waves Get out of Debt! Have Financial Freedom! Take Control of Your Future! by Mind Design Unlimited, 2007
  6. Dignity of Organisational Skill by PANDIT SHRIRAM SHARMA ACHARYA, 2000
  7. True BASIC: The structured language system for the future : Macintosh user's guide by John G Kemeny, 1989

81. .netBooks: Book Listings By Technology
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82. The Broadband Future: Open Access Or Closed Networks
Talking Points on the Broadband future Open Access or bring a vast array of newprogramming to the flow of information, supported by the basic principles of
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  • The central issue is whether we can preserve the openness and diversity that have long characterized the dial-up, narrowband Internet, where innovation and competition have flourished, in the new broadband environment. Now that the Ninth Circuit Court has ruled that high-speed Internet access over a cable plant is a telecommunications rather than a cable service, the stage is set for the FCC to achieve regulatory parity between DSL service over telephone lines (which are open to competitive ISPs) and broadband cable networks (which are currently closed to such competition). The FCC should abandon its misguided "hands-off" approach to broadband cable and adopt an open-access requirement that includes the following four guarantees: Access to all content and services, allowing the user to filter content if he or she chooses, and to use or not use any Internet-related application, without imposing any filtering or blocking schemes from above.
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    85. SVG's Past And Promising Future [Dec. 04, 2002]
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    A year ago published the first SVG column, " SVG - Where Are We Now? ". In it I examined the way the SVG 1.0 Recommendation was being embraced by XML and graphics vendors. In this column I want to update the state of SVG by examining what's been happening lately.
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    86. Visual Basic [Oct. 25, 1999]
    them, that is not possible with Visual basic alone. 29, 2000 Doing business in thefuture, now with 29, 2002 eXtensible programming Language (XPL) This is a

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    This tutorial for Visual Basic authors shows how to dynamically create a dropdown list and a table from an Active Data Objects (ADO) recordset using a generic eXtensible Style Language (XSL) stylesheet.
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    XML gives Visual Basic coders developing for the Web a way to create simple property-based classes more easily, combined with a way to persist them, that is not possible with Visual Basic alone.
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    This article makes a concise case for moving most businesses online. [Nov. 15, 2000] Drive your Flash Front-Ends with SOAP This tutorial shows Flash developers how to make Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) calls from Flash to build an interactive thin client Web application. [Apr. 29, 2002]

    87. Gamasutra - DirectMusic For The Masses - The Future
    more and more convergence in future versions of their games' music output, the basicarchitectural improvements CD drive, want dirtsimple programming, and don
    DirectMusic For The Masses The Future By Tom Hays

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    Vol. 2: Issue 44

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    A common thought about DirectMusic is that it should merge with DirectSound, combining the APIs' strengths and addressing their weaknesses. According to Kevin Bachus, DirectMusic's product manager, "DirectSound and DirectMusic are really siblings in the same audio organization. Seamless integration of DirectSound and DirectMusic is very important. Expect to see more and more convergence in future versions of DirectX." DirectMusic's DLS output can benefit from DirectSound-specific features such as spatial positioning (a.k.a. 3D sound). In turn, DLS offers control over sound effects from within authoring tools, letting sound designers take some of the sound effects implementation out of the hands of programmers. It can also offer features of which DirectSound has no inkling - such as envelopes and midsample looping - which can be completely set up by a sound designer and triggered using standard MIDI commands. As I mentioned, this is a big package. It attempts a great many things, and based on the alpha version, it seems to do many of them well. It doesn't include some things that many developers wanted, especially a track-based, scriptable system for controlling adaptive music playback. However, what it offers is closer to solving some of the same problems than might seem evident at first glance.

    88. Home Toys Article
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    Channel Program Manager SMART LLC When designing systems, the earlier into the project you start the better off you are. Hard-wired systems take a lot of design time due to the fact that you need to plan for the wires to be run once the walls are up, but prior to the drywall application. One of the benefits of going with a soft-wired system is that the system design can be modified at any time during the construction process.
    In today’s market, technology is becoming more prevalent in the new home market. From “Smart appliances” to “Smart Homes” the face of the new construction market is changing rapidly. Where consumers once wanted upgraded flooring, cabinets, pools, or spas, today’s tech-savy home buyers want more. Amenities once considered only for the very wealthy are increasingly being asked for by a much larger demographic. As Generation X grows up, and become first home buyers, technology that the Boomers didn’t appreciate, want, or could afford, instead will be desired and expected. Having grown up with technology, this age group is quickly setting the standard for technology in the home. And not far on their heels is Generation Y who will demand even more technology in their homes.

    89. DevX: UML Zone
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    90. Microsoft Criticized For Lack Of Software Security | CNET
    point to the Java programming language, developed by be a better model for the futureeconomy, with Microsoft's technologies, including Visual basic and ActiveX

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    92. Staz Software, Inc.
    STAZ Software is the purveyor of the finest programming language ever produced for an Apple computer (FutureBASIC) and the best desktop publishing program that ever graced a teacher's desktop (Classroom Publisher). We've also got shareware, games,
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    Download the demo.. FutureBASIC Release 7 Demo is available as a free download from here . Or, check out the all the info on this milestone release. We are pleased to announce the arrival of FutureBASIC Release 7
    [Mother and Child are both doing fine, as they say]. Check out all the info here Release 7 also sees the arrival of Shibumi Press, a publishing house that will be bringing you titles of interest to FutureBasic programmers. The first one on your desk is Switching to FutureBASIC . Current subscribers get this free! New subscribers can also get it as a bundle with a new subscription to FutureBASIC. See the store now. Urgent Update
    Staz notes that, somehow, the sample code for the 'Switching to FutureBASIC' book got left off the R7 CDs! It is available for download from here , with apologies from all at STAZ Software.

    93. : Articles > Building ASP.NET Pages With Visual Basic.NET And C#
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    94. Wintellect - Resources - Newsletter Archives - March 2002
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    97. Digital Image Processing Tools For Programmers: LEADTOOLS High Speed Color Image
    Programmers Welcome to the future of digital high speed image processing andimaging development, the code is all here! Top / SDK / Image Processing.
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