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February 7, 2009

Ostpreußen German

das heutige Klaipėda in LitauenSource: Wikipedia

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January 29, 2009

Nature One German

ist das größte Festival elektronischer Musik Europas und findet gewöhnlich am ersten Augustwochenende auf der ehemaligen Raketenbasis Pydna bei Hasselbach nahe Kastellaun im Hunsrück stattSource: Wikipedia

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January 20, 2009

Leipnitz German

gestorben am 21. November 2000 in MünchenSource: Wikipedia

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January 19, 2009

Nessus

was started by Renaud Deraison in 1998 to provide to the Internet community a free remote security scannerSource: Wikipedia

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January 18, 2009

Lindsey Vonn

  1. is an elite member of the U.S. Ski Team's alpine skiing programSource: Wikipedia
  2. born October 18, 1984 in Saint Paul, Minnesota as Lindsey KildowSource: Wikipedia
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Lindsey Vonn German

geboren am 18. Oktober 1984 in Saint Paul, Minnesota als Lindsey KildowSource: Wikipedia

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January 13, 2009

Salzberg German

  1. bekannt für den leckeren Tafelspitz mit Kartoffelrösti und Creme-SpinatSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. Gratis WLAN von FreewaveSource: Personal Knowledge
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January 12, 2009

Johannes Matthias Augustus Stroh German

Parlamentarische Kontrolle (Abschnitt Quelle) Neben dem BundestagSource: Wikipedia

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January 11, 2009

Dexter German

Dexter Morgan ist seit seiner Kindheit traumatisiert: Er hat keinerlei Emotionen und den unstillbaren Drang zu tötenSource: Wikipedia

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Dexter

American television drama series based on the novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay and adapted for television by Emmy Award-winning screenwriter James Manos, Jr., who wrote the pilot episodeSource: Wikipedia

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Dexter German

US-amerikanische Krimi-/Drama-Fernsehserie mit Elementen des schwarzen Humors. Michael C. Hall spielt den Serienmörder Dexter Morgan, der beim Miami-Metro Police Department als Forensiker (speziell Blutspritzeranalyse) arbeitetSource: Wikipedia

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Donovan Bailey German

geboren am 16. Dezember 1967 im Manchester Parish, JamaikaSource: Wikipedia

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Dr. Atl

died August 15, 1964Source: Wikipedia

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Palm Pre

  1. is the new smartphone from Palm with a newly developed operating system called Palm WebOSSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. Palm stock jumped almost 35% after the Pre announcementSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. makes use of the Palm webOS - a Linux based operating system developed by PalmSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. Uses "Synergy" to pull contacts from Google, Facebook and other formats into single formatSource: Personal Knowledge
  5. functions as camera phone, portable media player, and Internet client (with text messaging, email, web browsing, and local Wi-Fi connectivity)Source: Personal Knowledge
  6. is an internet-connected multimedia smartphone designed and marketed by Palm, Inc. with a multi-touch screen and a sliding keyboardSource: Personal Knowledge
  7. Three megapixel camera with flashSource: Personal Knowledge
  8. scheduled for release in the first half of 2009Source: Personal Knowledge
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Popoli German

liegt an der Autobahn A25 von Pescara nach Rom und an der Staatsstraße 17. Um den Ort Popoli gibt es drei große Quellen, die Größte ist die Sorgenti del Pescara mit über ca. 7.000 Liter pro Sekunde, gefolgt von der Sorgente Giardino, die mit ihrSource: Wikipedia

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Skifliegen German

Gregor Schlierenzauer hat das Skifliegen 2009 am Kulm mit einem neuen Schanzenrekord von 215.5m gewonnenSource: Website

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January 10, 2009

BBCode German

Viele Textauszeichnungen funktionieren in BBCode analog zu HTML, beispielsweise [i]kursiv[/i] und [u]unterstrichen[/u]Source: Wikipedia

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Burton Snowboards

  1. Founded by Jake Burton Carpenter in 1977Source: Personal Knowledge
  2. sell several sub-brands which focus on specific market nichesSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. manufacturer of snowboardsSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. Carpenter first made snowboards by hand in his garageSource: Personal Knowledge
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Ira Allen German

gestorben am 7. Januar 1814Source: Wikipedia

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Julius Meinl German

Das Julius Meinl Markenzeichen ist der von Joseph Binder entworfene Meinl-Mohr, ein dunkelhäutiger Kinderkopf mit hohem rotem Fes auf gelbem GrundSource: Wikipedia

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Publizist German

ZeitungswissenschaftlerSource: Wikipedia

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January 9, 2009

Gloriana Pellissier German

geboren am 12. August 1976 in AostaSource: Wikipedia

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January 8, 2009

Antonov

  1. Антонова, formerly the Antonov Design Bureau, is a Ukraine-based (since 1952) aircraft manufacturing and services company with particular expertise in the field of very large aircraft constructionSource: Wikipedia
  2. founded in 1952Source: Personal Knowledge
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LRG German

LRG clothing ist eine im Jahr 1999 gegründete US-amerikanische Modefirma, die ihren Sitz in Orange County, Kalifornien hatSource: Wikipedia

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Rationale Funktion German

teste anonymes fakten postenSource: Personal Knowledge

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January 7, 2009

Francis Poulenc German

gestorben am 30. Januar 1963Source: Wikipedia

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Judas Priest German

britische Heavy-Metal-Band aus Birmingham, die seit den 1970er Jahren als eine der einflussreichsten Bands ihres Genres giltSource: Wikipedia

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January 6, 2009

Gloggnitz German

eine Stadt im südlichen Niederösterreich am Fuße des Semmerings, und trägt den Beinamen Gloggnitz, Stadt in den BergenSource: Wikipedia

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January 5, 2009

Carhartt

  1. Carhartt Inc. is a U.S.-based clothing company founded in 1889Source: Wikipedia
  2. Carhartt Logo
    Carhartt LogoSource: Website
  3. family owned company, owned by the descendants of company founder Hamilton Carhartt, with its headquarters in Dearborn, MichiganSource: Wikipedia
  4. Carhartt Logo
    Carhartt LogoSource: Wikipedia
  5. Carhartt Logo
    Carhartt LogoSource: Personal Knowledge
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GSUS

  1. dutch streetwear / fashion clothing companySource: Website
  2. founded in 1993Source: Personal Knowledge
  3. sold in 27 countries and a couple of hundred stores worldwideSource: Website
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January 4, 2009

Chanel No. 5 German

  1. Chanel No. 5
    Chanel No. 5Source: Wikipedia
  2. durch Marilyn Monroes berühmte Aussage „zum Schlafen trage ich nur einige Tropfen Chanel № 5“ (1954) blieb der Erfolg dieses Duftes bis heute ungebrochenSource: Wikipedia
  3. „Ich lanciere diese Kollektion am fünften Tag des fünften Monats, die Fünf scheint mir Glück zu bringen.“Source: Wikipedia
  4. Duft besteht aus insgesamt 80 Bestandteilen, verstärkt durch synthetische AldehydeSource: Wikipedia
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Coco Chanel

died January 10, 1971Source: Wikipedia

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Coco Chanel German

geboren am 19. August 1883 in SaumurSource: Personal Knowledge

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Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel

Coco ChanelSource: Wikipedia

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Coco Chanel German

gestorben am 10. Januar 1971 in ParisSource: Personal Knowledge

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Family Guy

  1. cancelled once in 2000 and again in 2002, but strong DVD sales and the large viewership of reruns on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim convinced Fox to resume the show in 2005Source: Wikipedia
  2. show centers on a semi-dysfunctional family that lives in the fictional town of Quahog, Rhode IslandSource: Wikipedia
  3. created in 1999 after the Larry shorts (its predecessor) caught the attention of the Fox Broadcasting Company during the 1999 Super Bowl commercialSource: Wikipedia
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January 3, 2009

Audi quattro German

hat einen permanenten Vierradantrieb mit mittlerer und hinterer DifferenzialsperreSource: Wikipedia

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Brat

slang term for a group of young actors in the 1980s who made several movies togetherSource: Wikipedia

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Da Brat

  1. American female rapperSource: Wikipedia
  2. born April 14,1974Source: Wikipedia
  3. rapper popular in the 1990sSource: Personal Knowledge
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Douglas DC-8 German

vierstrahliges Düsenpassagierflugzeug der Douglas Aircraft CompanySource: Wikipedia

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Ferrari German

  1. Stammsitz des Unternehmens ist Maranello in ItalienSource: Wikipedia
  2. 1947 vom ehemaligen Rennfahrer Enzo Ferrari als eigenständige Marke gegründet und gehört heute zum Fiat-KonzernSource: Wikipedia
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Frank Schätzing German

geboren am 28. Mai 1957 in KölnSource: Wikipedia

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Lewis Hamilton German

geboren am 7. Januar 1985 in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, EnglandSource: Wikipedia

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January 2, 2009

Bastiano de' Rossi German

gestorben im 17. Jh. in FlorenzSource: Wikipedia

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Bastien Geiger German

geboren am 26. Februar 1985Source: Wikipedia

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Einwurf German

Tätigkeit eine Gegenstand durch eine Öffnung bzw. in ein bestimmtes Ziel zu werfenSource: Wikipedia

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Einwurf German

Diskussion: einen ungefragten Kommentar eines Dritten in einer DiskussionSource: Wikipedia

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Einwurf German

Eine Öffnung, in die Etwas hineingeworfen werden kannSource: Wikipedia

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Patrick Head German

  1. britischer Ingenieur und beim englischen Williams Formel 1-Team als leitender Ingenieur tätigSource: Wikipedia
  2. geboren am 5. Juni 1946 in Farnborough, Hampshire, EnglandSource: Wikipedia
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Patrick Head

co-founder and Engineering Director of the Williams Formula One teamSource: Wikipedia

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January 1, 2009

Florian Pronold German

  1. deutscher Politiker (SPD) und seit 2002 Mitglied des Deutschen BundestagesSource: Wikipedia
  2. geboren am 28. Dezember 1972 in PassauSource: Wikipedia
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December 30, 2008

iFart

  1. Digital Sound Machine and entertainment system bringing laughs and enjoyment to its usersSource: Website
  2. built-in security system designed to surprise and discourage iPhone theftSource: Website
  3. iFart developer makes $40,000 in 2 daysSource: Personal Knowledge
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December 28, 2008

Gesine Schwan German

  1. geboren am 22. Mai 1943 in BerlinSource: Wikipedia
  2. Hochschullehrerin und Kandidatin der SPD für das Amt der Bundespräsidentin im Jahr 2004 und 2009Source: Wikipedia
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December 27, 2008

Amsterdam

capital and largest city of the Netherlands, located in the province of North Holland in the west of the countrySource: Wikipedia

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December 26, 2008

Dob German

steht für DamenoberbekleidungSource: Wikipedia

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Sony

Sony has historically been notable for creating its own in-house standards for new recording and storage technologies instead of adopting those of other manufacturers and standards bodiesSource: Wikipedia

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December 24, 2008

Agenda 2010 German

verweist auf EuropaSource: Wikipedia

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December 22, 2008

Coco Chanel German

  1. Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, besser bekannt als Coco Chanel, laut Geburtsurkunde eigentlich Gabrielle Bonheur Chasnel (der Tippfehler wurde nie korrigiert) war eine französische ModeschöpferinSource: Wikipedia
  2. Coco Chanel brachte über ihre Kindheit und Jugend immer wieder beschönigte Versionen in UmlaufSource: Wikipedia
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December 6, 2008

Grey's Anatomy

The series revolves around Dr. Meredith Grey, played by Ellen Pompeo, who began the show as a surgical intern at Seattle Grace HospitalSource: Wikipedia

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December 5, 2008

Amsterdam German

  1. Hauptstadt der Niederlande und hat 747.290 Einwohner (Stand 1. Januar 2008), als Agglomeration Groot-Amsterdam ca. 1,5 Mio. (2007)Source: Wikipedia
  2. Im Großraum Amsterdam (nördlicher Teil des Verdichtungsraumes Randstad) leben ca. 2,5 Mio MenschenSource: Wikipedia
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December 2, 2008

Hip-Hop German

-Musik ɦip ̟ɦɑp hat ihre Wurzeln in der schwarzen Funk- und Soul-MusikSource: Wikipedia

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Margaret Sanger German

Margaret Sanger wurde inhaftiert weil sie die erste Abtreibungs-Klinik einführteSource: Website

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November 28, 2008

Berentzen German

  1. mittelständisches Unternehmen mit Hauptsitz in Haselünne, DeutschlandSource: Wikipedia
  2. börsennotiertes mittelständisches Unternehmen mit dem Schwerpunkt auf der Herstellung und Vertrieb von Spirituosen und alkoholfreien GetränkenSource: Wikipedia
  3. Aktien sind zur Hälfte Stammaktien und zur Hälfte stimmrechtslose VorzugsaktienSource: Wikipedia
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November 26, 2008

Sennheiser

private German company that makes microphones, headphones, telephony accessories, and avionics headsets for consumer, professional, and business applicationsSource: Wikipedia

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November 23, 2008

London

capital and largest urban area in the United KingdomSource: Wikipedia

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November 20, 2008

Vienna

by far the largest city in Austria as well as its cultural, economic, and political centerSource: Wikipedia

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November 15, 2008

Aphex Twin German

  1. Aphex Twin wurde vor allem durch die ungewöhnlichen und teilweise verstörenden Musikvideos zu „Windowlicker“ und „Come To Daddy“ bekannt, die in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Regisseur Chris Cunningham entstandenSource: Wikipedia
  2. Richard D. James gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter der Electronica-SzeneSource: Wikipedia
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David Bowie

  1. Bowie is also known for his baritone vocal rangeSource: Wikipedia
  2. David Bowie was born in Brixton, LondonSource: Wikipedia
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Fotografie German

  1. bezeichnet ein technisches Verfahren, bei dem mit Hilfe von optischen Verfahren ein Lichtbild auf ein lichtempfindliches Medium projiziert und dort direkt dauerhaft gespeichert (analoges Verfahren) oder in elektronische DSource: Wikipedia
  2. das dauerhafte Lichtbild (Diapositiv, Filmbild oder Papierbild; umgangssprachlich kurz Bild oder Foto genannt), das durch fotografische Verfahren hergestellt wird; dabei kann es sich entweder um ein Positiv oder ein Negativ auf Film, etc. handelnSource: Wikipedia
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Groupe Danone

is a French food-products company based in ParisSource: Wikipedia

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Robert Kalina German

Grafiker aus Österreich, der den 1000 Schilling Schein und die EURO Banknoten entwarfSource: Personal Knowledge

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November 14, 2008

Newsmagazine

weekly magazine featuring articles or segments on current eventsSource: Wikipedia

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November 13, 2008

Apple German

  1. Apple Inc. ist ein Unternehmen mit Hauptsitz in Cupertino, Kalifornien (Vereinigte Staaten), das Computer und Unterhaltungselektronik sowie Betriebssysteme und Anwendungssoftware herstelltSource: Wikipedia
  2. hieß früher Apple Computer IncSource: Wikipedia
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Nigeria

country located in West Africa and shares land borders with the Republic of Benin in the west, Chad and Cameroon in the east, and Niger in the northSource: Wikipedia

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November 3, 2008

Wifitising

a form of advertising over wifi networksSource: Website

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October 4, 2008

Taxi

hired vehicle with a driver conveying passengers between locationsSource: Personal Knowledge

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September 8, 2008

Backup

copies of data so that these additional copies may be used to restore the original after a data loss eventSource: Wikipedia

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August 31, 2008

Kaffee German

  1. bohnen werden aus Steinfrüchten verschiedener Pflanzenarten aus der Familie der Rubiaceae gewonnenSource: Wikipedia
  2. schwarzes, koffeinhaltiges Heißgetränk, das aus gerösteten (Röstkaffee) und gemahlenen Kaffeebohnen hergestellt wirdSource: Wikipedia
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August 24, 2008

Beck's

  1. German beer brand of the brewery Beck & Co in the north German city of BremenSource: Wikipedia
  2. 1873Source: Personal Knowledge
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July 15, 2008

Promiscuity

sexual behaviour of a man or woman who either casually or regularly has sex with several partnersSource: Wikipedia

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July 5, 2008

Orbit German

Umlaufbahn, auf der sich ein Objekt periodisch um ein anderes Objekt bewegtSource: Personal Knowledge

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June 22, 2008

iPhone German

  1. US-Magazin Time wählte das iPhone zur „Erfindung des Jahres 2007“Source: Wikipedia
  2. Verkaufsstart in den USA war am 29. Juni 2007Source: Wikipedia
  3. von Apple entwickeltes Smartphone, das über den Bildschirm mit einem oder mehreren Fingern (Multi-Touch) gesteuert wirdSource: Personal Knowledge
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UMTS German

  1. Abkürzung für Universal Mobile Telecommuncations SystemSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. Mobilfunkstandard der dritten Generation (3G), mit dem deutlich höhere Datenübertragungsraten als mit dem GSM-Standard möglich sindSource: Wikipedia
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June 1, 2008

Logitech German

  1. Unternehmen wurde 1981 gegründetSource: Wikipedia
  2. unter anderem produziert Logitech Computer Mäuse, Lautsprecher, Headsets, Webcams und anderes Computer- und Konsolen-ZubehörSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. international tätiger Schweizer Computerzubehör-HerstellerSource: Wikipedia
  4. MX 1000 war 2004 die weltweit erste Lasermaus auf dem MarktSource: Personal Knowledge
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May 31, 2008

Transformers German

  1. Weltweit spielte der Film an den Kinokassen über 700 Millionen US-Dollar einSource: Wikipedia
  2. US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 2007, der auf den gleichnamigen Spielzeugreihen von Hasbro basiertSource: Wikipedia
  3. Regie von Michael BaySource: Wikipedia
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May 28, 2008

TKP German

  1. Tausenderkontaktpreis gibt an, welcher Betrag eingesetzt werden muss, um 1000 Personen einer Zielgruppe per Sichtkontakt zu erreichenSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. Tausenderkontaktpreis ist eine Kennzahl aus der MediaplanungSource: Personal Knowledge
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May 25, 2008

Byte German

  1. Ein Byte entsteht durch die Zusammenfassung von 8 BitsSource: Website
  2. Standard-Maßeinheit für Datengrößen in ComputernSource: Website
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Festplatte German

  1. auch HDD genanntSource: Website
  2. Laufwerk, das Daten magnetisch auf mehreren, im Gehäuse untergebrachten, Scheiben speichert und auf diese beliebigen Zugriff bietetSource: Website
  3. Magnetisches Speichermedium mit hohen Kapazitäten und recht geringen ZugriffszeitenSource: Website
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Mainboard German

  1. Zentrale Platine, auf der die Komponenten eines PCs miteinander verbunden werdenSource: Website
  2. im englischen Sprachgebrauch oft auch Motherboard genanntSource: Website
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München German

  1. drittgrößte Stadt Deutschlands sowie die zwölftgrößte der Europäischen UnionSource: Wikipedia
  2. Mit 4.313 Einwohnern je km² hat München die höchste Bevölkerungsdichte aller deutschen GroßstädteSource: Wikipedia
  3. 1,3 Millionen EinwohnerSource: Wikipedia
  4. Landeshauptstadt von BayernSource: Wikipedia
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RAM German

  1. im Gegensatz zur Festplatte ist RAM ein nicht-permanenter Speicher, das heißt, die Daten werden im RAM nur so lange gespeichert, bis die Stromzufuhr unterbrochen wirdSource: Website
  2. Abkürzung für Random Access MemorySource: Website
  3. wird auch als Arbeitsspeicher oder Hauptspeicher bezeichnetSource: Website
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May 23, 2008

Apple German

  1. Unternehmen, das Computer und Unterhaltungselektronik sowie Anwendungssoftware herstelltSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. iPod ist einer der erfolgreichsten Portable-Media-Player der WeltSource: Wikipedia
  3. 1970 gehörte Apple zu den ersten Herstellern von Personal ComputernSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. Am 1. April 1976 von Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak und Ronald Wayne gegründetSource: Wikipedia
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Transformers German

  1. Spielzeugroboter, die sich mit wenigen Handgriffen zu Autos, Flugzeugen, Kampfstationen etc. umwandeln lassenSource: Wikipedia
  2. Es gab auch eine Zeichentrickserie, um den Verkauf der Action-Figuren zu fördernSource: Wikipedia
  3. Action-Figuren, die seit 1984 hergestellt werdenSource: Wikipedia
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May 22, 2008

Berlin German

  1. mit 3,4 Millionen Einwohnern die bevölkerungsreichste und flächengrößte Stadt DeutschlandsSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. bedeutendes Zentrum der Politik, Medien, Kultur und Wissenschaft in EuropaSource: Wikipedia
  3. Hauptstadt und Regierungssitz DeutschlandsSource: Personal Knowledge
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Uganda German

  1. von Winston Churchill als „Perle Afrikas“ bezeichnetSource: Wikipedia
  2. 28,9 Mio EinwohnerSource: Wikipedia
  3. ist von Seen, dem Weißen Nil (hier: Viktoria-Nil und Albert-Nil), Urwäldern und Savannen geprägtSource: Wikipedia
  4. Staat in OstafrikaSource: Wikipedia
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May 20, 2008

Eminem German

  1. Der Name Eminem entstand aus der phonetischen Schreibung seiner Initialen „M & M“Source: Personal Knowledge
  2. wird auch Slim Shady genanntSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. US-amerikanischer Rapper und Produzent, Grammy- und Oscar-PreisträgerSource: Website
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May 18, 2008

Prozessor German

Recheneinheit eines Computers, die über Software andere Bestandteile steuertSource: Wikipedia

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May 16, 2008

Lidl German

  1. deutsche Discount-Kette und Teil der Schwarz-Unternehmensgruppe mit Sitz in NeckarsulmSource: Wikipedia
  2. 33 Lagergesellschaften, die ca. 2.700 Filialen betreuen, ca. 80.000 Mitarbeiter weltweitSource: Wikipedia
  3. Anfänge des Unternehmens reichen bis ins Jahr 1930 zurückSource: Wikipedia
  4. Sortiment ist mit 2000 Produkten für einen Discounter untypisch breit aufgestellt, Aldi führt nur 700 ArtikelSource: Wikipedia
  5. Rechtsform einer Kommanditgesellschaft (KG)Source: Wikipedia
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May 15, 2008

Microsoft German

  1. multinationaler Softwarehersteller mit 79.000 Mitarbeitern und einem Umsatz von 51 Mrd US-$Source: Wikipedia
  2. 1990 wurden das grafische Betriebssystem Microsoft Windows und die Bürosoftware Microsofts, Microsoft Office, MarktführerSource: Wikipedia
  3. 1975 von Bill Gates und Paul Allen gegründetSource: Wikipedia
  4. Marktführer bei Betriebssystemen und Office-AnwendungenSource: Wikipedia
  5. „Microsoft“ steht für Microcomputer-SoftwareSource: Wikipedia
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May 12, 2008

Beck’s German

  1. gehört seit 2002 zur belgischen Interbrew-GruppeSource: Wikipedia
  2. wird international neben Deutschland nur in insgesamt vier weiteren Ländern weltweit hergestelltSource: Wikipedia
  3. Unter dem Namen Beck’s stellt die Brauerei Beck & Co. verschiedene Biere und mehrere Biermischgetränke für den deutschen und internationalen Markt herSource: Wikipedia
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Red Bull German

  1. Taurin-haltiger Energy-DrinkSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. GmbH ist ein österreichischer GetränkeherstellerSource: Personal Knowledge
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May 11, 2008

Polen German

  1. 528 km lange OstseeküsteSource: Wikipedia
  2. größte Stadt ist WarschauSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. Mitgliedstaat der Europäischen Union seit dem 1. Mai 2004Source: Wikipedia
  4. Staat in MitteleuropaSource: Wikipedia
  5. Klima ist gemäßigt und wird nach Osten und Südosten immer kontinentalerSource: Wikipedia
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Tchibo German

  1. eines der größten deutschen, international tätigen Konsumgüter- und EinzelhandelsunternehmenSource: Wikipedia
  2. Die Marke Tchibo hat in Deutschland einen Bekanntheitsgrad von 99 %Source: Wikipedia
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May 5, 2008

Buenos Aires German

  1. 13 Millionen EinwohnerSource: Wikipedia
  2. Hauptstadt und das kommerzielle und industrielle Zentrum ArgentiniensSource: Wikipedia
  3. Name kommt von einer Schutzheiligen der Seefahrer, Santa Maria del Buen AyreSource: Wikipedia
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April 29, 2008

Buenos Aires

  1. capital and largest city of ArgentinaSource: Wikipedia
  2. Strongly influenced by European culture, Buenos Aires is sometimes referred to as the "Paris of South America"Source: Wikipedia
  3. third largest conurbation in Latin AmericaSource: Wikipedia
  4. 13,000,000 inhabitantsSource: Wikipedia
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November 22, 2007

EVDO

  1. Evolution-Data Optimized or Evolution-Data onlySource: Personal Knowledge
  2. telecommunications standard for the wireless transmission of data through radio signals, typically for broadband Internet accessSource: Personal Knowledge
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November 20, 2007

Chemical Brothers

  1. typeface used to write the typical "The Chemical Brothers" logo is derived from Sho, designed by Karlgeorg Hoefer in 1992Source: Wikipedia
  2. founded by Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons (occasionally referred to as Chemical Tom and Chemical Ed)Source: Wikipedia
  3. one of the few truly arena-sized electronic actsSource: Wikipedia
  4. from Manchester, EnglandSource: Wikipedia
  5. pioneers of the big beat electronic dance genreSource: Wikipedia
  6. Chemical Brothers
    Chemical BrothersSource: Wikipedia
  7. UK-based Grammy Award winning electronic music duoSource: Wikipedia
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Sudoku

  1. mind gameSource: Wikipedia
  2. name derives from the Japanese phrase "Sūji wa dokushin ni kagiru," meaning "the numbers must be single"Source: Wikipedia
  3. objective is to fill a 9×9 grid so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3×3 boxes contains the digits from 1 to 9, only one time eachSource: Wikipedia
  4. Sudoku
    SudokuSource: Personal Knowledge
  5. logic-based number placement puzzleSource: Wikipedia
  6. means "single digits"Source: Wikipedia
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November 19, 2007

Accumulation

purchase of a large number of shares over a longer period of time to avoid pushing the price upSource: Personal Knowledge

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November 18, 2007

Brand

  1. has functional and emotional elements which create a relationship between customers and the product or serviceSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. name, sign or design to identify products or services from a company in order to differentiate them from those of competitorsSource: Personal Knowledge
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Caterina Fake

  1. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  2. best known as the co-founder of FlickrSource: Wikipedia
  3. won BusinessWeek's Best Leaders Award in 2005Source: Wikipedia
  4. Caterina Fake
    Caterina FakeSource: Wikipedia
  5. "Fake" is the real name. It was anglicized from the German, "Feick" in the 1500sSource: Website
  6. American businesswoman and entrepreneurSource: Wikipedia
  7. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USASource: Wikipedia
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Corporate Design

  1. official graphical design of the logo and name of a companySource: Wikipedia
  2. includes letterheads, envelopes, forms, folders, brochures, etcSource: Wikipedia
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Frequently Asked Questions

Matthew Hopkins wrote The Discovery of Witches in 1647 in FAQ formatSource: Wikipedia

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Garbsen

  1. nearby HannoverSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. 52.4183333,9.5980556
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GIF

  1. uses a palette of up to 256 distinct colors from the 24-bit RGB color spaceSource: Wikipedia
  2. 8-bit-per-pixel bitmap image formatSource: Wikipedia
  3. original version of the GIF format was called 87aSource: Wikipedia
  4. limited to 256 colorsSource: Wikipedia
  5. introduced by CompuServe in 1987Source: Wikipedia
  6. Most people pronounce GIF with a hard "G"Source: Wikipedia
  7. Graphics Interchange Format (GIF)Source: Wikipedia
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JPEG

  1. most used for storing and transmitting photographsSource: Wikipedia
  2. compression algorithm is not as well suited for line drawings as PNG and GIFSource: Wikipedia
  3. approved in 1994 as ISO 10918-1Source: Wikipedia
  4. commonly used method of compression for photographic imagesSource: Wikipedia
  5. compression method is usually lossy compressionSource: Wikipedia
  6. stands for Joint Photographic Experts GroupSource: Wikipedia
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MB

  1. MegabyteSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. equal to either 10^6 (1,000,000) bytes or 2^20 (1,048,576) bytes, depending on contextSource: Wikipedia
  3. unit of information used, for example, to quantify computer memory or storage capacitySource: Wikipedia
4 facts

Philanthropist

someone who donates his/her time to charitable causesSource: Personal Knowledge

1 fact

PNG

  1. computer image format that employs lossless data compressionSource: Wikipedia
  2. acronym PNG is optionally recursive, unofficially standing for “PNG's Not GIF”Source: Wikipedia
  3. created to improve upon and replace the GIF formatSource: Wikipedia
  4. stands for Portable Network GraphicsSource: Wikipedia
  5. pronounced "ping"Source: Wikipedia
23 facts

Roger Federer

  1. Roger Federer
    Roger FedererSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. tennis professionalSource: Wikipedia
  3. regarded as the best tennis player of his generationSource: Wikipedia
  4. Born on August 8, 1981Source: Wikipedia
  5. Born in Binningen, Basel-Land SwitzerlandSource: Wikipedia
  6. named Laureus World Sportsman of the YearSource: Wikipedia
  7. co-established the Roger Federer Foundation in December 2003Source: Wikipedia
  8. SwissSource: Wikipedia
  9. ranked World No. 1 since February 2, 2004Source: Wikipedia
11 facts

Salt

first registers of salt use were produced around 4000 B.C. in EgyptSource: Wikipedia

38 facts

Soft Launch

launching a website in stages and without mass media coverageSource: Wikipedia

1 fact

Twitter

launched July 13, 2006Source: Wikipedia

12 facts

Warren Buffett

  1. committed to give away $30 billion to charity with 83% going to the Bill and Melinda Gates FoundationSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. value investing approachSource: Wikipedia
  3. Warren Buffett
    Warren BuffettSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. Born on August 30, 1930Source: Wikipedia
  5. investor, businessperson and philanthropistSource: Wikipedia
  6. Buffett's donation is said to be the largest in U.S. historySource: Wikipedia
  7. known as "the oracle of Omaha"Source: Personal Knowledge
  8. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, USASource: Wikipedia
  9. net worth of around US$52 billion (2007)Source: Wikipedia
  10. Master's degree in economics in 1951 at Columbia UniversitySource: Wikipedia
  11. one of the wealthiest people in the worldSource: Personal Knowledge
  12. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
16 facts

November 17, 2007

A4

  1. successor of the Audi 80Source: Wikipedia
  2. compact executive car produced by the German automaker Audi since 1994Source: Wikipedia
20 facts

Abraham Lincoln

  1. Died on April 15, 1865Source: Wikipedia
  2. I cannot make it better known than it already is that I strongly favor colonizationSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. Born on February 12, 1809Source: Wikipedia
  4. sixteenth President of the United StatesSource: Wikipedia
  5. April 15, 1865Source: Wikipedia
  6. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  7. introduced measures that resulted in the abolition of slaverySource: Wikipedia
51 facts

cohesive

means well-integrated, unifiedSource: Personal Knowledge

1 fact

Factolex

structured knowledgeSource: Personal Knowledge

7 facts

iPhone

  1. designed and marketed by Apple IncSource: Wikipedia
  2. announced at the Macworld convention on January 9, 2007Source: Wikipedia
  3. User input is accomplished via a multi-touch screen with virtual keyboard and buttonsSource: Wikipedia
  4. multimedia and Internet-enabled mobile phoneSource: Wikipedia
21 facts

Mark Twain

  1. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  2. American humorist, satirist, lecturer and writerSource: Wikipedia
  3. Born on November 30, 1835Source: Wikipedia
  4. Born in Florida, Missouri, USASource: Wikipedia
  5. authorSource: Wikipedia
  6. wrote Adventures of Huckleberry FinnSource: Wikipedia
  7. April 21, 1910Source: Wikipedia
  8. Redding, ConnecticutSource: Wikipedia
  9. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. DiscoverSource: Wikipedia
  10. real name is Samuel Langhorne ClemensSource: Wikipedia
  11. Died on April 21, 1910Source: Wikipedia
46 facts

PDA

  1. term "personal data assistant" first used in 1992 by Apple Computer CEO John SculleySource: Wikipedia
  2. personal digital assistantSource: Wikipedia
  3. also known as pocket computers or palmtop computersSource: Wikipedia
  4. popular business PDA is BlackBerrySource: Personal Knowledge
8 facts

Snowman

Factolex Snowman

Factolex SnowmanSource: Personal Knowledge

16 facts

November 16, 2007

Marshall Kirkpatrick

  1. AmericanSource: Website
  2. Born in 1976Source: Personal Knowledge
  3. Lead Author at Read/WriteWebSource: Website
  4. During 2006 he was Lead Blogger at TechCrunchSource: Website
4 facts

Miami

  1. incorporated as a city on July 28, 1896Source: Wikipedia
  2. 25.7877778,-80.2241667
  3. 404,048 inhabitantsSource: Wikipedia
  4. international financial and cultural centerSource: Wikipedia
  5. USASource: Personal Knowledge
  6. major city in southeastern FloridaSource: Wikipedia
  7. one of the largest, most influential ports in the United States, the Port of MiamiSource: Wikipedia
  8. FloridaSource: Personal Knowledge
  9. largest city within the South Florida metropolitan areaSource: Wikipedia
  10. metro area grew from just over one thousand residents to nearly five and a half million residents in just 110 years (1896-2006)Source: Wikipedia
45 facts

Nice

  1. 43.7027778,7.2691667
  2. city in southern France located on the Mediterranean coast, between Marseille and GenoaSource: Wikipedia
  3. settlements in the Nice area approximately 2,000 years agoSource: Wikipedia
  4. Provence-Alpes-Côte d'AzurSource: Wikipedia
  5. major tourist centre and a leading resort on the French RivieraSource: Wikipedia
  6. FranceSource: Personal Knowledge
  7. 347,100 inhabitantsSource: Wikipedia
27 facts

Robert Scoble

  1. Born in New Jersey, USASource: Wikipedia
  2. We live in a time when most people don't trust big companiesSource: Wikipedia
  3. joined Podtech.net in 2006Source: Wikipedia
  4. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  5. Vice President of Media Development, PodTech.Network IncSource: Wikipedia
  6. Born on January 18, 1965Source: Wikipedia
  7. co-author of "Naked Conversations: How Blogs are Changing the Way Businesses Talk with Customers"Source: Wikipedia
  8. best known for his popular blog ScobleizerSource: Wikipedia
  9. joined Microsoft in May 2003Source: Wikipedia
  10. American blogger, technical evangelist, and authorSource: Wikipedia
20 facts

Shel Israel

  1. Blogging is the center of my Global Neighbourhood and it has changed my lifeSource: Wikipedia
  2. consultant, blogger and authorSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. was involved in the introduction of products like SoundBlaster, PowerPoint, Filemaker, NapsterSource: Wikipedia
  4. Born in 1944Source: Personal Knowledge
  5. co-author (with Robert Scoble) of "Naked Conversations, How blogs are changing the way businesses talk with customers"Source: Personal Knowledge
  6. has a bachelor’s degree in journalismSource: Wikipedia
  7. Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USASource: Personal Knowledge
  8. has been consulting technology startups since 1982Source: Wikipedia
13 facts

Snowman

  1. snowmen are considered a symbol of ChristmasSource: Wikipedia
  2. Snow Man
    Snow ManSource: Wikipedia
  3. creating a snowman dates back to at least the Middle AgesSource: Wikipedia
  4. man-like sculpture made of snowSource: Wikipedia
  5. Jack Frost (1998 film) a movie with Michael Keaton in which he wakes up as a snowman after a car accidentSource: Wikipedia
16 facts

November 15, 2007

Fact

  1. something that can be verified according to an established standard of evaluationSource: Wikipedia
  2. synonymous with truth or realitySource: Wikipedia
  3. derives from the Latin FactumSource: Wikipedia
  4. is something that is the case, something that actually existsSource: Wikipedia
  5. findings derived through a process of evaluationSource: Wikipedia
19 facts

Syndication

  1. many different types of content are syndicated on the Internet: newspapers, commercial web sites and blogsSource: Wikipedia
  2. web feeds make a portion of a website available to other sites or subscribersSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. Large scale web syndication of content started in 2001Source: Wikipedia
  4. two main web syndication formats are RSS and AtomSource: Wikipedia
7 facts

Tag

  1. keyword or term associated with a piece of information (pic, video, blog entry, etc.)Source: Wikipedia
  2. "tagging" has become associated with the Web 2.0 buzzSource: Wikipedia
  3. can be made in singular or in pluralSource: Wikipedia
  4. enables keyword-based classification and search of informationSource: Wikipedia
  5. Many people associate "tagging" with the idea of the semantic web, however some believe that tagging may not be having a positive effect on the overall drive towards the semantic webSource: Wikipedia
  6. a word to describe an object like a piece of information, bookmark, etcSource: Personal Knowledge
  7. chosen informally and personally by item author/creatorSource: Wikipedia
12 facts

Term

a word or compound word used in a specific contextSource: Wikipedia

1 fact

Terminology

  1. Systematic terminology, which deals with all the terms in a specific subject field or domain of activitySource: Wikipedia
  2. identifying the terms assigned to the conceptsSource: Wikipedia
  3. study of terms and their useSource: Wikipedia
  4. compiling the terminology, on paper or in databasesSource: Wikipedia
  5. analysing the concepts and concept structures used in a field or domain of activitySource: Wikipedia
  6. Ad hoc terminology: deals with a single term or a limited number of termsSource: Wikipedia
10 facts

November 14, 2007

Neustrelitz

  1. town in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, GermanySource: Wikipedia
  2. city centre is characterised by Baroque architectureSource: Wikipedia
  3. first mentioned in 1278Source: Wikipedia
11 facts

November 13, 2007

Apple

  1. publicSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, California, USASource: Personal Knowledge
21 facts

Audi

  1. is the latin variation of "Horch" meaning listen, which is the former company nameSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. Pronunciation: The correct German and Latin form rhymes with "howdy". (pronounced /ˈaʊdiː/)Source: Wikipedia
  3. Germany-based car manufacturerSource: Personal Knowledge
17 facts

Ericsson

  1. founded by Lars Magnus EricssonSource: Wikipedia
  2. publicSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. Torshamnsgatan 23, Kista, Stockholm, Sweden 164 83Source: Wikipedia
  4. Founded in 1876Source: Personal Knowledge
  5. Swedish-based provider of telecommunication and data communication systemsSource: Wikipedia
  6. part of the so-called "Wireless Valley"Source: Wikipedia
19 facts

France

  1. French people often refer to France as L'Hexagone (The "Hexagon") because of the geometric shape of its territorySource: Wikipedia
  2. Language is FrenchSource: Personal Knowledge
49 facts

Heineken

  1. brewed in the Heineken brewery in Zoeterwoude, the NetherlandsSource: Wikipedia
  2. made of purified water, malted barley, hops, and yeastSource: Wikipedia
  3. Dutch pale lager made by Heineken InternationalSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. brewed by 40 breweries in 39 countries around the worldSource: Wikipedia
  5. Founded in 1868Source: Personal Knowledge
10 facts

Vienna

Crest of Vienna

Crest of ViennaSource: Wikipedia

73 facts

Zac Efron

  1. known to young audiences after his roles in the Disney Channel Original Movie High School MusicalSource: Wikipedia
  2. arguably the biggest teen star in America right nowSource: Wikipedia
7 facts

November 12, 2007

Kanye West

AmericanSource: Wikipedia

17 facts

Parasitism

  1. one version of symbiosis ("living together")Source: Wikipedia
  2. a symbiotic relationship that benefits the parasite but harms the parasite's partnerSource: Website
13 facts

November 11, 2007

JavaScript

  1. implementation of the ECMAScript standardSource: Wikipedia
  2. trademark of Sun MicrosystemsSource: Wikipedia
  3. originally developed by Brendan Eich of NetscapeSource: Wikipedia
  4. designed to have a similar look to Java, but be easier for non-programmers to work withSource: Wikipedia
  5. scripting language used for client-side web developmentSource: Wikipedia
  6. unrelated to the Java programming languageSource: Wikipedia
16 facts

Long Tail

  1. Graph of the Long Tail
    Graph of the Long TailSource: Wikipedia
  2. products that are in low demand volume can collectively make up a market share exceeding the few current bestsellersSource: Wikipedia
  3. first coined by Chris AndersonSource: Wikipedia
23 facts

Seed Capital

  1. founders themselves give seed capital using savings, mortgage money or funds borrowed from family and friendsSource: Wikipedia
  2. is not a large amount of money. usually $10,000 or lessSource: Wikipedia
  3. used to pay for preliminary operations like market research and product developmentSource: Personal Knowledge
4 facts

Transformers

  1. based on the Transformers franchiseSource: Wikipedia
  2. Produced by Steven SpielbergSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. their war, our worldSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. Directed by Michael BaySource: Personal Knowledge
14 facts

United States Of America

  1. Capital is Washington D.CSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. Currency is US-Dollar (USD)Source: Personal Knowledge
  3. 302,788,000 inhabitantsSource: Wikipedia
55 facts

Web 2.0

  1. Data as the driving forceSource: Wikipedia
  2. The web as a platformSource: Wikipedia
  3. is the business revolution in the computer industry caused by the move to the internet as platform, and an attempt to understand the rules for success on that new platformSource: Wikipedia
  4. second generation of web-based communities and hosted servicesSource: Wikipedia
  5. social element where users generate and distribute content, often with freedom to share and re-useSource: Wikipedia
  6. facilitate collaboration and sharing data between usersSource: Wikipedia
13 facts

November 10, 2007

David Sifry

founding member of Technorati blog search engineSource: Personal Knowledge

11 facts

Om Malik

  1. founder of Giga Omni Media, IncSource: Wikipedia
  2. Indian-AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  3. Born in New Delhi, IndiaSource: Wikipedia
  4. senior writer for Red HerringSource: Wikipedia
  5. executive editor for the technology blog GigaOMSource: Wikipedia
  6. senior writer for ForbesSource: Wikipedia
  7. Born on September 29, 1966Source: Wikipedia
14 facts

November 9, 2007

Distributed Computing

  1. principle that large problems can almost always be divided into smaller onesSource: Wikipedia
  2. specific form of parallel computingSource: Wikipedia
9 facts

November 8, 2007

A4

  1. most widely used paper size in EuropeSource: Wikipedia
  2. international standard paper size 210x297 mmSource: Wikipedia
2 facts

Adium

  1. free instant messaging clientSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. first version released in September 2001Source: Wikipedia
  3. supports multiple protocolsSource: Wikipedia
  4. GNU General Public LicenseSource: Wikipedia
  5. originally created by college student Adam IserSource: Wikipedia
11 facts

Coffee

  1. cultivated in Latin America, Asia, and AfricaSource: Wikipedia
  2. first consumed in the 9th centurySource: Wikipedia
  3. initially used for spiritual reasonsSource: Wikipedia
  4. negative health effects due to caffeineSource: Wikipedia
  5. discovered in the highlands of EthiopiaSource: Wikipedia
  6. prepared from roasted seeds (called beans) from the coffee plantSource: Personal Knowledge
27 facts

Michael Arrington

  1. graduated from Stanford Law School in 1995Source: Wikipedia
  2. serial entrepreneur and maintainer of the TechCrunch blogSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. one of the 25 Forbes Web CelebritiesSource: Wikipedia
  4. AmericanSource: Personal Knowledge
  5. makes $ 240,000 per month with advertising aloneSource: Website
  6. Born on March 13, 1970Source: Personal Knowledge
11 facts

Mountain Dew

  1. citrus soft drinkSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. euphemism for moonshineSource: Wikipedia
  3. caffeinated, sweet, citrus-flavored soft drinkSource: Wikipedia
  4. produced by PepsiCoSource: Wikipedia
  5. marketed to 12-30 year oldsSource: Wikipedia
11 facts

Prison Break

  1. created by Paul ScheuringSource: Wikipedia
  2. man sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit and his brother's plan to help him escapeSource: Wikipedia
  3. American serial drama television seriesSource: Wikipedia
  4. premiered August 29, 2005 on FoxSource: Wikipedia
21 facts

SEO

  1. involves site's coding, presentation and structureSource: Wikipedia
  2. search engines like Google recognize websites trying to spam their indexSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. the higher a website "ranks", the more searchers will visit that siteSource: Wikipedia
  4. Search Engine OptimisationSource: Wikipedia
  5. considers how search algorithms work and what people search forSource: Wikipedia
  6. improving the volume and quality of traffic to a web site from search enginesSource: Wikipedia
12 facts

Sony Corporation

  1. founded in 1945 with a small radio repair shopSource: Wikipedia
  2. revenue of $70.303 billion (as of 2007)Source: Wikipedia
  3. Masaru Ibuka, joined by his colleague Akio Morita in 1946Source: Wikipedia
  4. electronics business unit and the parent company of the Sony GroupSource: Wikipedia
28 facts

Tim O'Reilly

born in 1954Source: Personal Knowledge

17 facts

Tokyo

  1. 35.685,139.7513889
  2. largest domestic and international hub for rail, ground, and air transportationSource: Wikipedia
  3. located in JapanSource: Wikipedia
  4. largest city in JapanSource: Wikipedia
  5. 12,790,000 inhabitantsSource: Wikipedia
30 facts

WoW

massively multiplayer online role-playing gameSource: Personal Knowledge

6 facts

November 7, 2007

Linksys

  1. acquired by Cisco in 2003Source: Wikipedia
  2. division of Cisco Systems selling products for home and small office networksSource: Wikipedia
  3. most popular product is the WRT54G routerSource: Wikipedia
  4. originally founded in 1988Source: Wikipedia
  5. Victor and Janie TsaoSource: Wikipedia
15 facts

November 6, 2007

Europe

  1. council of Europe flag was created in 1955Source: Wikipedia
  2. most prevalent religion is ChristianitySource: Wikipedia
  3. main natural vegetation cover is mixed forestSource: Wikipedia
55 facts

Europe

world's second-smallest continent in terms of areaSource: Wikipedia

28 facts

Europe

estimated population of 728 millionSource: Wikipedia

55 facts

Factolex

  1. community powered fact lexiconSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. terms go straight to the point. no blah!Source: Personal Knowledge
  3. reduced to the factsSource: Personal Knowledge
7 facts

Gentoo

  1. tools and utilities are built from source codeSource: Wikipedia
  2. modular, portable, easy-to-maintain, flexibleSource: Wikipedia
  3. initially created by Daniel RobbinsSource: Wikipedia
  4. optimized for the user's machineSource: Wikipedia
  5. cool Linux derivat with best package systemSource: Website
18 facts

HTTP

client initiates a request by establishing a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection to a particular port on a hostSource: Wikipedia

8 facts

iPod

  1. Click WheelSource: Wikipedia
  2. Steve Jobs: 1000 songs in your pocketSource: Wikipedia
  3. launched in October 2001Source: Wikipedia
  4. the name iPod was proposed by Vinnie Chieco, a freelance copywriterSource: Wikipedia
  5. dominates the digital music player marketSource: Personal Knowledge
  6. iTunes software is used to transfer music to the deviceSource: Wikipedia
17 facts

Theodore Roosevelt

  1. AmericanSource: Wikipedia
  2. most famous for his personality: energy, vast range of interests and achievementsSource: Wikipedia
  3. 26th President of the United StatesSource: Wikipedia
  4. Died on January 6, 1919Source: Wikipedia
  5. born into a wealthy familySource: Wikipedia
  6. Born on October 27, 1858Source: Wikipedia
  7. youngest President in United States history at the age of 42Source: Wikipedia
  8. PresidentSource: Wikipedia
88 facts

Tooltime

  1. hosted by Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor (played by Tim Allen)Source: Wikipedia
  2. Al Borland (played by Richard Karn)Source: Wikipedia
  3. fictitious handyman show-within-a-show in Home ImprovementSource: Wikipedia
  4. Does everybody know what time it is? TOOL TIME!Source: Wikipedia
5 facts

Vienna

  1. Founded around 500 BCSource: Wikipedia
  2. 48.2086111,16.3719444
  3. largest city in AustriaSource: Wikipedia
  4. located in AustriaSource: Personal Knowledge
  5. very east of Austria and is close to the Czech Republic, Slovakia and HungarySource: Wikipedia
  6. about 1.7 million inhabitantsSource: Wikipedia
73 facts

Xbox 360

  1. Xbox Live service allows players to compete onlineSource: Wikipedia
  2. supports videos in .wmv-format, high-definition .wmv, H.264, MPEG-4Source: Wikipedia
  3. officially unveiled on MTV on May 12, 2005Source: Wikipedia
  4. supports audio playback with music player controlsSource: Wikipedia
  5. conceived in early 2003Source: Wikipedia
  6. Backward compatibility through software emulation of the original XboxSource: Wikipedia
15 facts

November 5, 2007

Berlin

  1. capital city and one of the sixteen states of the Federal Republic of GermanySource: Wikipedia
  2. GermanySource: Personal Knowledge
57 facts

cm

  1. 1 cm = 0.01 metersSource: Wikipedia
  2. unit of length in the metric systemSource: Wikipedia
7 facts

Luciano Pavarotti

  1. part of "The Three Tenors"Source: Wikipedia
  2. Italian tenor in opera musicSource: Wikipedia
21 facts

San Francisco

  1. 37.7666667,-122.4333333
  2. USASource: Personal Knowledge
  3. 744,041 (2006)Source: Wikipedia
8 facts

November 4, 2007

em

  1. technique for writing scalable style sheetsSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. general unit for measuring lenghts, for example page margins and paddingsSource: Personal Knowledge
8 facts

Falco

  1. first hit was "Der Kommissar" in 1982Source: Wikipedia
  2. worldwide #1 hit was "Rock Me Amadeus" in 1986Source: Wikipedia
  3. austrian pop star whose records went to #1 throughout the world during the 80sSource: Wikipedia
20 facts

Procrastination

  1. type of avoidance behaviour characterised by postponing actions to a later timeSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. comes from the Latin word procrastinatus: pro- (forward) and crastinus (of tomorrow)Source: Wikipedia
  3. anxiety associated with starting or completing any task or decisionSource: Wikipedia
7 facts

November 3, 2007

Bluetooth

  1. implemented in a variety of products such as phones, printers, modems, ...Source: Wikipedia
  2. named after a late tenth century king, Harald Bluetooth King of Denmark and NorwaySource: Wikipedia
  3. way to connect and exchange information between devicesSource: Wikipedia
  4. developed in 1994 by Jaap HaartsenSource: Wikipedia
  5. standard and communications protocol primarily designed for low power consumptionSource: Wikipedia
  6. operates in the license-free ISM band at 2.4-2.4835 GHzSource: Wikipedia
20 facts

Gustav Mahler

  1. composed primarily symphonies and songsSource: Wikipedia
  2. Bohemian-AustrianSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. best known as one of the leading orchestral and operatic conductorsSource: Wikipedia
35 facts

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

influential composer of the Classical eraSource: Wikipedia

21 facts

November 2, 2007

Falco

  1. Vienna, AustriaSource: Wikipedia
  2. MusicianSource: Wikipedia
  3. February 19, 1957Source: Wikipedia
  4. February 6, 1998Source: Wikipedia
20 facts

Gustav Mahler

  1. Died on May 18, 1911Source: Wikipedia
  2. Born on July 7, 1860Source: Personal Knowledge
35 facts

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  1. J. K. RowlingSource: Wikipedia
  2. released globally in 93 countriesSource: Wikipedia
  3. seventh and final book of Harry Potter novelsSource: Wikipedia
9 facts

Johann Sebastian Bach

  1. wrote many works for the harpsichordSource: Wikipedia
  2. best known during his lifetime as an organistSource: Wikipedia
  3. most productive period between 1708 - 1714Source: Wikipedia
75 facts

San Francisco

  1. second most densely populated major city in the U.SSource: Wikipedia
  2. popular international tourist destinationSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. fourth most populous city in CaliforniaSource: Wikipedia
  4. located on the west coast of the U.SSource: Wikipedia
8 facts

October 22, 2007

Halo 3

  1. Up to four people can participate in multiplayer match on a single Xbox 360 in Halo 3. Up to sixteen may participate in a single match over a LAN or Xbox LiveSource: Personal Knowledge
  2. is a first-person shooter video gameSource: Personal Knowledge
  3. utilizes a proprietary graphics engine, developed inhouseSource: Personal Knowledge
  4. released on September 25, 2007Source: Personal Knowledge
12 facts
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