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Date: 2007-05-02
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HannStar HW194 19-inch LCD display
Inexpensive 19-inch LCD features three year waranty
With LCD display prices reaching rock bottom prices, now is as good a time as any to send that aging CRT display to the recycle bin. With the crush of Chinese manufacturers creating havoc for traditional display companies in both the HDTV and the LCD computer display markets, I thought it was time to check out an offering at the entry level.

Getting Your MCSE Certification: The Difference between Real Boot Camps and Cheat Camps
A technical training school that provides accelerated instruction leading to MCSE certification is typically referred to as an MCSE boot camp. From my experience, having taught boot camps for five years, the name is fitting. It is an experience that can make or break you. It is at times painful, and at times one of the most rewarding experiences imaginable. And when I say rewarding, the last thing that comes to mind is the four-letter title at the end of your name when you pass all of the MCSE certification exams.

Data Compression Basics - Part 3
Video Compression
This is the third and final part in a series of articles about data compression, with particular focus on media (graphics, photography, audio and video). It describes the fundamental principles behind modern video codecs (ex., DV, MPEG, etc.), including intraframe compression, vector transformations, delta encoding and motion compensation, as well as how some of those techniques can be applied to other areas. It also includes a list of links to other compression-related resources.

Service-Oriented Architecture: What Is It and How Can It Help Your Business?
Service-oriented architecture, or SOA, is a hot topic in business today. You may have read about service-oriented architectures and be wondering how they can affect your business as well as how they can be of use to you. By looking at it from both a real-world perspective as well as a technical perspective, you will forge a solid understanding of service-oriented architecture from which you can jump off to implementing this technology within your business.

Deconstructing Execution: How do you know done is done?
During the execution of a piece of work, each worker will have a different understanding of what done means to him or her. In this article I will address the question of “when does done really mean ‘done’?”


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