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Review: BlackBerry Z10 delivers, but doesn't stand out

Review: BlackBerry Z10 delivers, but doesn't stand out The BlackBerry Z10 went on sale Friday in the U.S., and BlackBerry loyalists will like the improvements that come with the new smartphone and operating system. But for consumers who are looking for an alternative to Apple's iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S 3, the Blackberry Z10 is not it. First, though, let's talk about how the Z10 is much better than its BlackBerry predecessors. Formerly known as Research In Motion, BlackBerry has upgraded its hardware to match today's standards for smartphones. The Z10 has everything users expect from a smartphone today: an excellent screen, powerful processor, a top-notch rear camera and a front camera for video chatting, LTE cellular connectivity and a large amount of storage. It also doesn't hurt that BlackBerry 10, the Canadian company's all-new operating system, has been loaded with a lot more applications than BlackBerry users had access to before. The very design of the Z10 is also much improved. The new device looks a lot like an iPhone, but is slightly larger and still holds onto BlackBerry identity, with features like a flashing red light for when users have new emails. The phone is thin, light and sturdy, and its 4.2-inch high-resolution screen and 356 pixel-per-inch density looks great. The Z10 features an 8-megapixel rear camera, which takes good pictures that users can proudly upload to Facebook or Twitter, and also records solid 1080p HD video. The same goes for the 2-megapixel front camera, which also shoots 720p HD video. The camera's software offers users a variety of features and options. I particularly liked a shooting mode that will take a flurry of pictures right after each other. That lets users take pictures then choose the one they like best. This is helpful for group photos or pictures in crowded places. Inside, the BlackBerry Z10 runs on a powerful 1.5GHz dual-core processor and comes with 16 gigabytes of storage, which can be further expanded through a microSD slot found inside the phone's back cover. The phone can also be connected to TVs and monitors using an HDMI port located on its side. As for the software, BlackBerry 10 adds a number of new features that users will appreciate. BBM, the company's proprietary messaging system, still exists but now also features BBM video, letting users video chat the same way Apple iPhone users do with FaceTime. The highlight of the entire new operating system, though, is BlackBerry Keyboard. As users type, the keyboard tries to guess what they want to say next, and it'll show various words on top of the letters it thinks users are about to tap. If the device shows the word users want, they can simply flick the word upward, and it's added to the text they're typing. As the feature is used more, the keyboard will supposedly get better at guessing the word users type. One other feature that might be useful but that I didn't get to try out was BlackBerry Balance. That feature lets users keep both personal and work accounts, letting users separate the different sides of their lives. This makes it easy for IT departments to get into users' work accounts and take actions, such as remotely wiping information, without affecting the data that's on the personal side of a user's BlackBerry Z10. Unfortunately, enabling BlackBerry 10 requires that a user's employer have BlackBerry Enterprise Services 10. This might keep many new users from being able to try out this feature until their company upgrades to BES 10. That's why I couldn't. But not all is perfect in BlackBerry 10. The operating system suffers from many of the challenges new platforms all deal with. It can be slow at times, and it's immediately obvious that some features could be better if done slightly differently...

Case study BlackBerry Z10 Final
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Andy Tow on… The new BlackBerry Z10 Andy Tow, Managing Director, Avenir Telecom • A new user of the BlackBerry Z10 • Requires efficiency and reliability in a handset • Speed is a definite must have • Innovative and quirky features are essential • Has a huge passion for mobile Andy Tow, Managing Director at Avenir Telecom talks excitedly about his BlackBerry Z10 device, the difference it has made to his busy days and some of the innovative features that have made the handset a real essential.Like the majority of us, Andy’s day is a busy one, juggling phonecalls, emails, meetings, messages, Twitter accounts – the list is endless! “Making a single task quicker can make all the difference to my day. And the new BlackBerry Z10 allows me to do just that – but with many tasks, all at once. I can even split the phone into a work and personal device with BlackBerry Balance, meaning I no longer have the need for my personal iPhone”. Speed “The single word I would use to describe my new phone is ‘quick’. The BlackBerry 10 operating system, combined with the innovative features have all been built with a busy lifestyle in mind”. “It certainly makes my day work more efficiently”. My favourite feature The ease of use of the keyboard and especially the word prediction are definitely key features of the device. It has learnt how I write and adapts to how and what I type, making it so quick and easy to write a message, be it in any form”. that the camera is fantastic! The images are hi-res and sharp, and I especially love the Time Warp feature which starts taking photos before and after I have taken the picture, meaning that I can rewind to the perfect photo captured – no more shots with eyes closed and no smiles”! I also love that the BlackBerry Link software can support iTunes for syncing all my music – it really is great”...

Cover Letter Template
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Cover Letter Template Your Address Your City, State, Zip Code The Date Employer Representative Name Title Organization Name Street or P.O. Box Number City, State, Zip Code Dear Ms. (or Mr.) Representative Name: Paragraph 1 Reveal your purpose for writing, identifying the position for which you are applying, your source of information, and the name of someone familiar to the organization, if you were referred by them. Strong transition sentence to the next paragraph. Paragraph 2 Discuss your knowledge of the organization. Incorporate recent industry information, and specific information about the position/organization. Paragraph 3 Focus on what you can do for the company, school or organization. Base this on your skills, education and experience without restating your resume. Feature two or three specifics from your past experience that might positively impress the employer. Write these qualifications in a bulleted section or sentence format. Paragraph 4 Indicate what steps you will take from here, e.g., calling to follow-up on the application process, and provide your phone number. Show appreciation to the reader for the time and consideration given to your letter and resume. Sincerely, (signature) Sarah Student Enclosure Spell check and proofread your letter! Remember to sign it. Print the letter and resume on matching resume paper and mail in a matching envelope. If applying electronically, save as a pdf or word document and attach to brief email with resume. Keep track of the correspondence you mail or email and follow-up as you have indicated...


Creation and Use of Templates for Custom Letters

Create and Use Templates for Custom Letters The capability to create MS Word letter templates to replace any "standard" ProIRB letter was made available with the release of Version 5.00.0000. Clients were then able to choose whether to use the standard ProIRB letters that were already included within the Program OR create letter templates that were more flexible and customizable via an MS Word interface. You must close any other MS Word documents you may have open and be working on before working with letters in ProIRB. The instructions below will pertain only to creating and using letter templates. While every attempt has been made to provide accurate instructions, the appearance of screens and dialog boxes and the order in which they appear may vary depending upon the Microsoft Office version and/or email client used. The Quick Step Summary is followed by more detailed instructions beginning with Prior To Creating Your First Template. Images referenced as Figure 1, etc. are included at the end of the instructions. From Main Menu, click Administration button, then click Letter Closings button. Type your preferences in each box for each Letter Name. Close screen. From Administration screen, click Template Locations button to check that the folder location appears in the white box for the template type you wish to create. If not, click Use Templates button. Click Return.From Administration screen, click the Create/Modify Templates button. Click the appropriate radio button under Template Type for the type of letter template you wish to create, and then click Modify a Template button. Copy the base template already provided (e.g., IRBActionLetter.dot) and paste into the large white area.While the copied template is highlighted, press F2 on your keyboard and type in a new name for the template. Open this newly named template, make your changes, then click File / Save. You may click the Try it Out button to view your changes and switch back to Modify a Template until the changes are completed and to your liking. You are now ready to use your templates for letters by clicking the appropriate button within a screen that corresponds with the activity or type of letter you wish to send (e.g., Send Correspondence button from Post IRB Meeting Actions). More detailed instructions start below. When ready to send a letter, you get to the template(s) you wish to use depending upon what activity or screen correlates with that letter Template Type. For example, you would click the Send Invoice button while in the Study Input and Edit screen. The Which Template to Use?? screen displays. Select the specific letter template you wish to use and then click the Open button. There will be at least 2 templates from which to choose in the list – the original base template that we suggested always be kept available and the template that you gave your own name to after following the steps above for copying the base template. Clicking the Send Study Specific Letter button in the Study Input and Edit screen can access any template(s) you created under the Study Specific template type. Clicking the Acknowledgment Letter button while in the Serious Adverse Event or Change in Procedures screen to access their respective template(s). Clicking the Place on Agenda and Print Letter button while in the Studies for Renewal screen to access your Continuing Review template(s). Clicking the Send Letter button while in the Informed Consent Checklist screen (a screen gotten to by clicking the Consent Checklist button in the Study Input and Edit screen)...

Driveline Driveshaft Align Angle I would like to take ... - Stl-vettes.com

Driveline Driveshaft Align Angle I would like to take a moment to clarify how I check and achieve driveline angles on a vette. I used this method on a '64, '66 and a '70 when they were here in our shop and it works. Basically, we picked up a magnetic, digital angle finder from Harbor Freight (See picture below). Take the first measurement on the bottom of the tail housing near the end of the transmission. We'll call that measurement "A". Next, take another reading on the middle of the driveshaft tube, we'll call that one "B" and finally the last one on the bottom flange of the rear end pinion yoke, we'll call that one "C". Now.... Take A - B = front working angle and the B - C = rear working angle. It is the 2 working angles that we are worried about. The 2 working angles should be equal but opposite and as I have stated before, each individual angle should not exceed 5°. The difference between the 3 angles cannot vary by more than 3°. In other words, if you have 5° at the tail, the driveshaft cannot be less than 2*and the same goes for the pinion. Ideally, you want the tail pointed up and the pinion pointing down at the same angle (but opposite) from the tail. In real word applications, it is almost impossible to have the tail much above 0* as there is limited room in the tunnel. On a Vette, with a fixed rear end, it is not as important to point the pinion down, as it is fixed and won't "rap up" during torque load. The most important thing to remember is getting the angles as close to equal but opposite as possible. On the '64 that I worked on, I used a pilot bushing (like what comes stock in the crank) and "spaced" the pinion down by inserting it between the snubber and the "tongue" that is part of the pumpkin. They are a 1/2" thick and worked great. IMO, the most important thing to remember about driveline vibrations is once you start adjusting the angles, if it is a driveline vibration, the dynamics HAVE to change. In other words, if you have a vibration that comes on at say 2500rpm, and you change an angle by shimming, if it is truly a driveline vibration, the dynamics WILL change. It may come in now at 1800rpm or whatever, but IT HAS TO CHANGE. If the dynamics do not change, then it is NOT a driveline angle issue. I hope this makes sense and helps you guys out. If I can answer any questions for any of you guys/gals, please feel free to post or PM me with a phone number and I will be glad to call you directly and try to explain it better...

Algebra 2 with Trigonometry Practice Exam #1 ... - eMathInstruction

Algebra 2 with Trigonometry Practice Exam #1 – Answer Key Answer all 39 questions in this examination. Write your answers to the Part I multiple-choice questions on the separate answer sheet. No partial credit will be allowed on the multiple-choice section. For Parts II, III, and IV, clearly indicate the necessary steps, including appropriate formula substitutions, diagrams, graphs, charts, etc. For all questions in these parts, a correct numerical answer with no work shown will receive only 1 credit. A reference sheet that you may need to answer some questions in this examination is included. Scrap paper is not permitted for any part of this examination, but you may use the blank spaces in this examination as scrap paper. Scrap graph paper is provided at the end of this examination for any question for which graphing may be helpful but is not required. Any work done on this sheet of scrap graph paper will not be scored. Write all your work in pen, except graphs and drawings, which should be done in pencil. Note: A graphing calculator and a straightedge (ruler) must be available for you to use while taking this examination. Part I Answer all 27 questions in this part. Each correct answer will receive 2 credits. No partial credit will be allowed. For each question, write on the separate answer sheet the numeral preceding the word or expression that best completes the statement or answers the question. 8i were plotted in the complex plane, the result would fall in which of the7  2i and 2. If the sum of 4 following quadrants? 0 on the interval 2  9sin x 4. The largest solution, to the nearest degree, of the equation 5sin 2 x is which of the following? 360 x  0 This problem is most easily solved by 2 and 9sin x  5sin2 x graphing y then finding its largest x-intercept using your graphing calculator. 8 and use your 2 x 3  x 4 Graph the function y calculator to find the smallest zero of this 2.507...function, which is approximately 6. A quadratic function of the form y . Which of the following represents the range of the quadratic function? 2 6,  point at A leading coefficient that is positive indicates that the parabola opens upwards and has 2 but noa minimum y-value of maximum y-value...

Algebra II/Trig. Honors - Canyon Crest Academy

Canyon Crest Academy: Algebra II Trigonometry Honors Level of Difficulty This course is designed to provide for a solid foundation to promote success in higher mathematics courses. In alignment with California State Standards, we will cover linear, quadratic, exponential, rational, irrational, and trigonometric and circular functions, conic sections, sequences and series, probability, trigonometric functions and identities, and applications of trigonometry in solving triangle problems. This class does not give a weighted grade. Homework Load: Students will have between 20 and 30 math problems per night. Timing will vary depending on the student but will generally be between 90 to 120 minutes per night. Students are expected to review previous topics on a nightly basis so they are prepared for weekly quizzes and tests. Level of Difficulty: The difficulty level of this course will vary by student. Some students may find this course moderately difficult and other students will find this course very difficult. This class is essentially two classes rolled into one (Algebra II and Trigonometry) & therefore moves at a very quick pace. Students entering from college prep (non-honors) Geometry should consult with their Geometry teacher for recommendation. Students should have solid master of the following topics prior to taking Honors Algebra 2 with trigonometry: 1. Factoring 2. Solving linear & quadratic equations & inequalities 3. Simplifying & performing operations on rational expressions 4. Graphing linear & quadratic functions 5. Setting up and solving linear functions based on word problems 6. Using exponent rules to simplify expressions. 7. Writing equations of lines...

ALGEBRA III & TRIGONOMETRY GRADES 10, 11, 12

ALGEBRA III & TRIGONOMETRY GRADES 10, 11, 12 MATH CURRICULUM SUMMARY The purpose of the Math Curriculum summary is to present an overview of the Algebra III and Trigonometry curriculum. Parents are the intended audience of the Math Curriculum summary. Basic Algebra Polynomial and Rational Functions Simplify integral and fractional Exponents Simplify Radicals Add, subtract, and multiply Polynomial expressions Factor all 2, 3, and 4 termed polynomials Add, subtract and multiply rational expressions Equations and Inequalities Trigonometry Solve linear, quadratic and quadratic type, radical, and rational equations and inequalities algebraically and graphically Applying quadratics to word problem situations Add, subtract, multiply, and divide complex numbers Find line / curve of best fit and linear and quadratic models Solve and graph polynomial and rational functions algebraically and graphically Identify and graph linear, quadratic, absolute value, piece-wise, square root, and polynomial functions Identify vertical and horizontal asymptotes Identify circles, parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas in standard and graphing form Identify critical features of each conic section Sketch each conic using graphing calculator where appropriate Introduce unit circle and circular functions Identify and graph the 6 trig functions Introduce triangle trigonometry Use the law of sines, cosines, and area of triangle formulas in word problems Introduce and derive trig identities Develop, graph and find inverse trig functions and their values...

Peaks of Popular Culture: The Harry Potter Heptalogy

Peaks of Popular Culture: The Harry Potter Heptalogy Lucia-Alexandra TUDOR MA Student, 1st Year The Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iasi Seven fantasy novels selling in 400 million copies already represent a phenomenon; but three companion books, seven popular audio books, five exceptionally successful films with three more to follow, six computer games, lego, an announced theme park and even new words such as muggle entering the vocabulary make the Harry Potter series represent not only a literary, but also – it may be said – a cultural phenomenon. It has been pointed out that Harry Potter achieved this status simply by word of mouth: as Christopher Wrigley emphasizes, referring also to Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, to which Harry Potter has been compared and does indeed share some similarities, These books initially owed almost nothing to marketing. Latterly, it is true, Tolkien and Rowling have received much publishers’ hype, reinforced by excellent films; but in the beginning Harry Potter crept into the world virtually unheralded, and the success of the first book was due almost entirely to word of mouth, which rapidly became a torrent. (Wrigley, 2005: 4) However, it cannot be denied that consumerism, in the sense that the public was constantly flooded with advertisements and bombarded with information, played a key role in spreading its fame throughout the world. In fact, the series’ rapid rise to fame led to the coining of a new term, created with the sole purpose of describing this virtually unprecedented phenomenon – Pottermania. Today the Pottermania, with the publication of the last book in July 2007, is in fact drawing to a close. It has set an extremely high standard, perhaps in terms of literary quality, perhaps even more in terms of popularity, having as a consequence, among other, that the highest possible praise for a series is to be presented as ‘the next Harry Potter,’ as in the case of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight. The existence itself of what has been termed Pottermania has logically led to the question of what lies behind these books and to a search for a reason for the fascination have exerted over such a high number of readers. There has been a great deal of exploration of this subject, helping identify factors that have contributed to the unforeseen and remarkable popularity of the heptalogy, such as the eclectic mixture of genres (Harry Potter, though primarily a fantasy novel, may also be described as a Bildungsroman, or in the case of the first books, as boarding school stories, and contains many elements of the mystery genre as well, e.g. unsolved crimes, unexpected twists at the end), the fact that the magical world functions as a mirror for our own, Rowling addressing issues like prejudice and slavery, or, at the level of marketing, the publishing strategy – the series approach, which helped generate increasing interest from volume to volume –, while psychologists have emphasised the identification potential on the part of the reader as well. However, there are also other issues worth considering. In analysing the phenomenon, John Granger, a researcher of Harry Potter, puts forth as a reason the fact that the books are obviously much better than others (Granger, 2003: 27). He also proposes a guide of influences, in which he includes a variety of famous works ranging from the Bible to Cinderella and from the Odyssey to Agatha Christie (ibid.: 34)...

florida marine research institute technical reports

FLORIDA MARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE TECHNICAL REPORTS Understanding, Assessing, and Resolving Light-Pollution Problems on Sea Turtle Nesting Beaches Florida Department of Environmental Protection FMRI Technical Report TR-2 Lawton Chiles Governor of Florida Florida Department of Environmental Protection Virginia B. Wetherell Secretary The Florida Marine Research Institute (FMRI) is a bureau of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP).The FDEP’s mission is to “protect, conserve, and manage Florida’s environment and natural resources.” The FMRI conducts applied research pertinent to managing marine-fishery resources and marine species of special concern in Florida. Programs at the FMRI focus on resource-management topics such as managing gamefish and shellfish populations, restoring depleted fish stocks and the habitats that support them, protecting coral reefs, preventing and mitigating oil-spill damage, protecting endangered and threatened species, and managing coastal-resource information. The FMRI publishes three series: Memoirs of the Hourglass Cruises, Florida Marine Research Publications, and FMRI Technical Reports. FMRI Technical Reports contain information relevant to immediate resource-management needs. This document was designed in WordPerfect (v. 5.1) and Microsoft Word (v. 6.0) and formatted using Quark XPress® (v. 3.3) on Apple Power Macintosh® computers. Figures were created in Harvard Graphics® and exported to Adobe Illustrator® (v. 6.0). The headline font is Adobe® Avant Garde, the text font is Adobe® Palatino, and the cover headline is Adobe® Gill Sans. The cover and text papers are Consolidated Fortune Matte Recycled. Llyn C. French and James F. Quinn, Jr., of Florida Marine Research Institute, performed formatting, layout, graphics scans, and production for final film. Extra! Extra! Graphics Commercial Printers, St. Petersburg, Florida, printed the document, and it was finished by Associates Trade Bindery Inc., St. Petersburg. Hatchling art, page vii: © 1987 by Flying Turtle Productions. The cover and text papers used in this publication meet the minimum requirements of the American National Standard for Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials Z39.48— 1992...

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