Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing From the RFID tags now embedded in everything from soda cans to the family pet, to smart buildings that subtly adapt to the changing flow of visitors, to gestural interfaces like the ones seen in Minority Report, computing no longer looks much like it used to. Increasingly invisible but present everywhere in our lives, it has moved off the desktop... Adobe Acrobat 8 in the Office Adobe Acrobat is one of the most widely recognized tools for document management, office communications, and improved workflow, and Acrobat 8 is the most powerful version yet, introducing new tools for shared reviews, creating automated forms, license management, additional security, and many others. Now that PDF has become the ubiquitous... Broadband Internet Deployment in Japan (Advanced Information Technology) Japan is well-known as the country where the penetration ratio of the intelligent cellular phone system is large. In 2007, it was reported that in the cellular phone system in Japan, the total volume of data traffic became larger than that of voice traffic. Now, the telecommunication infrastructure is going to be converged with broadcasting...
Color Atlas of Human Poisoning and Envenoming
The field of medical toxicology can be simply divided into animal and human poisonings from animal, plant,
or man-made sources. Even more precisely, toxinology is the study of poisoning and envenoming by biological
organisms, and toxicology is the study of human poisoning from manmade sources. Living organisms,
such as animals,... Inhabited Information Spaces: Living with your Data In this book you will find some examples of work in particular from the Inhabited Information Spaces Grouping. It is interesting to see how some of these ideas are still “futuristic” and others have started to become part of mainstream thinking and made their way into products.
Some people say that you can find...
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