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Judges Recommended Apps for iPad - Tenth Circuit Bench and Bar ...

Current 6/24/2013 Judges’ IT: Ideas and Best Practices for Chambers Automation A Collaboration Among the U.S. Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 1 of 13 1. Remote Desktop and Cloud Apps GoToMyPC: Connect to your Mac or PC desktop. Free LogMeIn: Connect to your Mac or PC desktop. Free Citrix Receiver: Secure VPN connection for Citrix users. Free Junos Pulse: Secure VPN connection. Free Dropbox: Cloud-based file storage system. Not recommended by the AO. Free Wyse Pocket Cloud: Secure way to connect to your Mac or PC desktop and build your own personal cloud. Free OnLive: Cloud-based PC desktop using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Free Remote Desktop Lite: Access to a PC running Windows XP Professional or Vista/Windows 7. Free Current 6/24/2013 Judges’ IT: Ideas and Best Practices for Chambers Automation A Collaboration Among the U.S. Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 2 of 13 2. PDF Management Apps GoodReader: Annotate PDF documents, manage, transfer, and sync files and folders. $4.99 PDF Expert: Read, annotate, fill, and flatten PDF documents, highlight text, and make notes. $9.99 ReaddleDocs: Annotate PDF documents, manage, transfer, and sync files and folders. Does not have all the functionality of PDF Expert. $4.99 iAnnotate PDF: Annotate, manage, and share PDF documents. $9.99 Current 6/24/2013 Judges’ IT: Ideas and Best Practices for Chambers Automation A Collaboration Among the U.S. Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 3 of 13 3. Word Processing and Presentation Apps CloudOn: Create, view, and edit files directly in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Free Documents to Go: Edit, create, and view Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. $9.99 Keynote: Create slides and present right from the iPad. $9.99 Minimal Folio: Present portfolio of images, video, and PDF. $2.99 Office2HD: Open, view, create, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. $7.99 Pages: Create, edit, and view documents. Based off the Mac desktop version of Pages. This app also works with iCloud. $9.99 Quickoffice Pro HD: Create, edit, access, and share Microsoft Office files. $14.99 Word Perfect Viewer: Only app that can read WordPerfect files. Can also bookmark files, email converted files, and export a HTML version. $5.99 Current 6/24/2013 Judges’ IT: Ideas and Best Practices for Chambers Automation A Collaboration Among the U.S. Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 4 of 13 4. Reference & Research Apps Black’s Law Dictionary: Contains more than 45,000 legal terms. $54.99 Constitution: Complete text of the US Constitution. Free Dictionary!: Contains 200,000+ definitions. Free Fastcase: Federal cases and statutes as well as cases and statutes from all 50 states. Free Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: The complete text of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure from the appendix of USC 28. Free FRE: Complete text of the Federal Rules of Evidence from the appendix of USC 28. Free Law Library – The Constitution: The U.S. Constitution which includes fulltext search, bookmarks, a history of articles viewed, and AirPrint Enabled Printing. $0.99 LawBox: Legal library: (all federal rules, 28 USC and Constitution, well as selected state statutes) similar to LawStack. Free LawStack: Access Federal Rules, US Constitution and more. Free LexisAdvance: Lexis for iPad. ID and password required. Free Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary: Contains nearly 4,000 legal terms (inexpensive alternative to Black’s Law Dictionary). Free Current 6/24/2013 Judges’ IT: Ideas and Best Practices for Chambers Automation A Collaboration Among the U.S. Courts, the Federal Judicial Center, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 5 of 13

Somatic Symptom Disorder Fact Sheet - DSM-5

Somatic Symptom Disorder The upcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) replaces somatoform disorders with somatic symptom and related disorders and makes significant changes to the criteria to eliminate overlap across the somatoform disorders and clarify their boundaries. The changes better reflect the complex interface between mental and physical health. Characteristics of Somatic Symptom Disorder Somatic symptom disorder (SSD) is characterized by somatic symptoms that are either very distressing or result in significant disruption of functioning, as well as excessive and disproportionate thoughts, feelings and behaviors regarding those symptoms. To be diagnosed with SSD, the individual must be persistently symptomatic (typically at least for 6 months). Several important changes have been made from previous editions of DSM. The DSM-IV disorders of somatization disorder, hypochondriasis, pain disorder, and undifferentiated somatoform disorder have been removed, and many, but not all, of the individuals diagnosed with one of these disorders could now be diagnosed with SSD. The DSM-IV diagnosis of somatization disorder required a specific number of complaints from among four symptom groups. The SSD criteria no longer have such a requirement; however, somatic symptoms must be significantly distressing or disruptive to daily life and must be accompanied by excessive thoughts, feelings, or behaviors. Another key change in the DSM-5 criteria is that while medically unexplained symptoms were a key feature for many of the disorders in DSM-IV, an SSD diagnosis does not require that the somatic symptoms are medically unexplained. In other words, symptoms may or may not be associated with another medical condition. DSM-5 narrative text description that accompanies the criteria for SSD cautions that...

FreeSwitch   World's First Cross Platform SoftSwitch That Bridges Telecommunication

It is a scalable open source cross-platform telephony platform created to route and interconnect popular communication protocols using audio, video, text or any other form of media.

Math Released Test Questions - California Department of Education

© 2008 California Department of Education (CDE) Permission is granted in advance for reproduction of these resources for educational purposes. The content must remain unchanged and in its entirety as published by the California Department of Education. To obtain permission to reproduce the information (text or graphics) contained in this document or any other CDE materials for any commercial purpose, submit the specifics of your request in writing to the Copyright Program Office, California Department of Education, CDE Press, 1430 N Street, Suite 3207, Sacramento, CA 95814. Fax: 916-324-9787.

OMRON Tag Creator for Wonderware InTouch ... - Klinkmann.

OMRON Tag Creator for Wonderware InTouch WindowMaker Overview The Klinkmann OMRON Tag Creator is an add-on module for Wonderware InTouch WindowMaker, used to expand the functionality and capability of InTouch at design time. The Omron PLC programs created by the OMRON CX-Programmer Windows Programming Software (CX-Programmer) can be saved as binary (.cxp) files or text (.cxt) files. Based on information about all PLC program variables included in .cxt files, the OMRON Tag Creator uses .cxt files created by CX-Programmer to help you create tags within InTouch quickly and easily. The Klinkmann OMRON Tag Creator supports the following types of OMRON PLCs: - CS1/CJ1 Series PLCs, - CV-Series PLCs, - C/CPM2x PLCs, - C200HX/C200HG/C200HE PLCs, - CQM1 PLCs. The following Klinkmann OMRON Communication Servers are supported by OMRON Tag Creator: - - Klinkmann OMRON Hostlink Communication Server (OMRHLINK), using the Host Link protocol to communicate with OMRON PLCs directly via serial RS-232/RS422/RS-485 interface; Klinkmann OMRON FINS Gateway Communication Server (OMRONFGV), using FINS communications protocol to communicate with OMRON PLCs over Ethernet, Controller Link, Sysmac Link, Sysmac Bus or Serial networks; the OMRON FinsGateway software must be installed on MS Windows (NT, 2000 or XP) to run the OMRONFGV Server; Klinkmann OMRON Ethernet Communication Server (OMRONETH), using FINS communications protocol to communicate with OMRON PLCs directly over Ethernet network; the OMRONETH Server does not need the OMRON FinsGateway software to be installed on computer where OMRONETH Server is running.

Elie Wiesel's Acceptance Speech for the Nobel Peace Prize

Elie Wiesel’s Acceptance Speech for the Nobel Peace Prize The following are excerpts from the prepared text of the acceptance speech by Elie Wiesel, the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize, at a ceremony in Oslo.* It is with a profound sense of humility that I accept the honor you have chosen to bestow upon me. I know: your choice transcends me. This both frightens and pleases me. It frightens me because I wonder: do I have the right to represent the multitudes who have perished? Do I have the right to accept this great honor on their behalf? I do not. That would be presumptuous. No one may speak for the dead, no one may interpret their mutilated dreams and visions. It pleases me because I may say that this honor belongs to all the survivors and their children, and through us, to the Jewish people with whose destiny I have always identified. I remember: it happened yesterday or eternities ago. A young Jewish boy discovered the...

BlackBerry 10: Device Switch Guide -

Transferring contacts, files, and media from a BlackBerry device What will be transferred? With BlackBerry Link, Customers can transfer information that was saved to the memory on their previous device, including1: • Contacts1 • Files (pictures, music, documents) • Calendar items1 • Tasks and Memos2 • BBM™ contacts • Browser bookmarks and folders • Alarm/clock settings • Text/SMS/MMS/PIN messages • Phone Call Logs • WLAN Profiles (for non-enterprise networks) • Password Keeper entries If your Customer has anything saved on their SIM card, such as address book contacts, remind them to save this content to their device memory or your media card first. That will ensure they get transferred during the device switch.

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone
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Contents Welcome .... 7 BlackBerry 10: new apps and features ...8 Getting started ....12 Set up your device ....14 About BlackBerry ID ....15 Set up a new BlackBerry ID ...15 Device Switch ....16 Before you switch devices ...16 Backing up and switching devices ...18 Transfer data from a BlackBerry 7 device using a media card ...18 Transfer data to a new device using a computer and BlackBerry Link ...18 After you switch devices ...19 Restoring your BBM contacts and groups ...19 Transfer passwords from the BlackBerry 7 Password Keeper app ....9 Add an email or social networking account ....19 Tips after switching devices ....20 Troubleshooting: Device Switch .... 20 What makes my BlackBerry 10 device different from other BlackBerry devices? .... 22 What is BlackBerry Link? ....25 Navigation ... 26 Keep moving ....26 Home screen at a glance ..... 26 Application icons ...27 Notification icons ....29 Using the BlackBerry Voice Control app ...34 Get your message out with the BlackBerry Keyboard .....36 Keyboard and typing at a glance ......36 Show the keyboard ...... 36 Delete a word ...37 Type faster with automated assistance settings ..... 38 Cut, copy, and paste text ......38 Selecting word suggestions that appear on your keyboard ..........39 Connections ...40 Check which wireless networks your device connects to .. 40 Connect to the mobile network .........40 Wireless connections icons ........ 40 Tips: Choosing a connection .........42 Connect your device to an HDMI display .............43 Turn on airplane mode ..........43 Connect to a Wi-Fi network ........44 Turn on Bluetooth technology .................................... 45 Pair and connect with a Bluetooth enabled device ........ 46 What is NFC? ............46 Turn on NFC .....47 Send a file using NFC ....... 47

DSLR vs. CCD - Stark Labs
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Ford vs. Chevy? Mary Ann vs. Ginger? Mac vs. PC? DSLR vs. dedicated CCD? OK, to the average American, perhaps this last one doesn’t belong, but in the realm of astrophotographers, the DSLR vs. dedicated CCD debate has certainly been a hot topic on discussion forums. While not at the level of reflector vs. refractor vs. catadioptric, it’s a younger debate and may well grow and mature to rival such classic forum-fodder topics. Any comparison like this is inherently somewhere between difficult and impossible as there are a whole host of factors that will affect the final outcome, the weighing of which is up to the individual. Here, I attempt to side-step (aka “ignore”) many of the challenging factors in this comparison of four cameras. In the end, I’m not going to crown one the “winner” and the obvious choice for all. Well, I may crown one the winner in this set of tests, but this is just one set of tests. There is no overall metric that combines cost, performance, ease of use, quality of included software, performance in the Arctic, performance in the Gobi desert, usefulness as a daytime camera, cost of accessories, functionality as a doorstop, and the critical SAF (Spousal Approval Factor). Given this, the goal here is a set of tests under controlled conditions to see just how well each of the contenders performs. Warning, you will see no stars, no galaxies, and really no pretty pictures whose processing could be used to obscure or accentuate flaws. Every attempt has been made to be agnostic and treat each camera identically in measuring a number of specs and testing its performance on the test bench.

The Future of Natural Gas - MIT Energy Initiative

Foreword and Acknowledgements The Future of Natural Gas is the fourth in a series of MIT multidisciplinary reports examining the role of various energy sources that may be important for meeting future demand under carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions constraints. In each case, we explore the steps needed to enable competitiveness in a future marketplace conditioned by a CO2 emissions price or by a set of regulatory initiatives. This report follows an interim report issued in June 2010. The first three reports dealt with nuclear power (2003), coal (2007) and the nuclear fuel cycle (2010 and 2011). A study of natural gas is more complex than these previous reports because gas is a major fuel for multiple end uses — electricity, industry, heating — and is increasingly discussed as a potential pathway to reduced oil dependence for transportation. In addition, the realization over the last few years that the producible unconventional gas resource in the U.S. is very large has intensified the discussion about natural gas as a “bridge” to a low-carbon future. Recent indications of a similarly large global gas shale resource may also transform the geopolitical landscape for gas. We have carried out the integrated analysis reported here as a contribution to the energy, security and...