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10 Quick Steps To Becoming A Google Power-User by Judith Brandy
... There’s even a language called “Bork, bork, bork!” Go find out what it is. It’s all quite interesting and will greatly expand your Google mindset. There is a lot more you can do with Google than the tips I’ve outlined. Check out my website link to their features page for a complete look at Google features. And even though they have a lot of features listed, I keep finding other ways to use Google. I think of this search engine as a creative entity constantly growing.

AI Decision Computers to Construct and Deconstruct Solution Answers by Data Sets for Humans by Lance Winslow
... will come to trust the artificial intelligent computers, but until then humans will be demanding more answers in the form of more questions. Humans will want to see the data sets and a deconstructed decision-making process in a format they can understand and this too will be a challenge for artificial intelligent computer software designers. I certainly hope this article is of interest and that is has propelled thought. The goal is simple, to help you in your quest to be the best in 2007.

W.D. Gann Square of Nine by Peter Amaral
... The Gann Wheel, what most people think of as the Square of Nine, is sometimes called a "Square Root Calculator" or a device that "Squares the Circle." This simple illustration may explain how and why these terms came about. You probably recognize that the illustration is just the first two rings of a Gann Wheel with the numeral "1" at the center. 3 4 52 1 69 8 7 Formatting limitations prevent going any further but you can see the pattern that could continue the progression to infinity.

What Everybody Ought To Know About Jewelry Appraisals by David Foard
... There is an Online Jewelry Appraisal do-it-yourself Valuation Kit which has been designed to be as simple as possible while remaining accurate, within the guidelines of the Jewelry Trade and Valuers Profession. It's a Smart School Calculator. WE ARE NOT SUGGESTING IT CAN TURN YOU INTO A QUALIFIED VALUER nor are we trying to replace your local Jeweler. That would be wrong of us to even try. But you ought to understand the possibilities. Our Goal here is to simply steer you in the right ...

Finding a Mall Parking Spot Using Mathematics - Part I by Joe Pagano
... Having said this, I can move toward the interesting sounding title of this article and explain how basic mathematics can be used for even such an odd sounding thing as finding a parking spot in a busy mall. We all know how frustrating this can be particularly around the holiday shopping season. Now man is a clever animal and if you ask people their method many will quickly volunteer that they have a great system. These systems range from stalking people who leave the mall to circling like ...

Technology Tips To Make Life Easier by Jim Meisenheimer
... How many industry sales records do you own? If you would like to run for the GOLD and learn how to become the BEST you can become - please keep reading. If you're an EMERIL kind of person and interested in "Kicking it up a notch," take a look at my October 5-6 Advanced Selling Skills Boot Camp. New topics and exercises to help you take your business to the next level. See complete details along with 9 special bonuses here: Let's go sell something . . .

TPM and Lean Production, is It Worth the Effort? by Oskar Olofsson
... If you do not know your present OEE-ratio, the easiest way to determine it is to use the free OEE - calculator at wcm.nu. Then estimate what you consider a possible OEE-ratio after improvements. World Class companies reach 80-95% OEE, what is a realistic level for you? Use the present and future OEE to calculate the future benefits. If you don't want to do the calculations by hand, try instead the free TPM and Lean - calculator at wcm.nu. Et voilà!

Visual C# Express - Separate Data From Display. (3rd In A Series) by Samuel Mela
... In my last article, "Visual C# Express: Projects and Solutions", I used the example of an interest calculator program to demonstrate how a C# Windows program can be constructed by putting multiple projects into a solution. The solution, called called "InterestCalculatorSolution", contains a Windows Application Project called "InterestCalculator", and a Class Library Project called "FinancialLib". This solution is a simple example of how data is separated from presentation in modern visual ...

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