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May 4, 2011

Rock Formations in “The Doll House,” a Very Remote Section of the Canyonlands, 05/1972

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A few nice remote printing images I found:

Rock Formations in “The Doll House,” a Very Remote Section of the Canyonlands, 05/1972
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Image by The U.S. National Archives
Original Caption: Rock Formations in "The Doll House," a Very Remote Section of the Canyonlands. Only Six Miles to the East, Across the Colorado River, Is the Famous Needles Section of the Park. But One Must Drive 250 Miles by Jeep to Get from One of These Places to the Other, 05/1972

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-3318

Photographer: Hiser, David, 1937-

Subjects:
Canyonlands National Park (San Juan county, Utah, United States) national park
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

Persistent URL: http://arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=545805

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

For information about ordering reproductions of photographs held by the Still Picture Unit, visit: www.archives.gov/research/order/still-pictures.html

Reproductions may be ordered via an independent vendor. NARA maintains a list of vendors at www.archives.gov/research/order/vendors-photos-maps-dc.html

Buy copies of selected National Archives photographs and documents at the National Archives Print Shop online: gallery.pictopia.com/natf/photo/

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted
Use Restrictions: Unrestricted

The Maze, a Remote and Inaccessible Labyrinth of Narrow Canyons in the Center of the Park, 05/1972
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Image by The U.S. National Archives
Original Caption: The Maze, a Remote and Inaccessible Labyrinth of Narrow Canyons in the Center of the Park, 05/1972

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-3315

Photographer: Hiser, David, 1937-

Subjects:
Canyonlands National Park (San Juan county, Utah, United States) national park
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

Persistent URL: http://arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=545802

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

For information about ordering reproductions of photographs held by the Still Picture Unit, visit: www.archives.gov/research/order/still-pictures.html

Reproductions may be ordered via an independent vendor. NARA maintains a list of vendors at www.archives.gov/research/order/vendors-photos-maps-dc.html

Buy copies of selected National Archives photographs and documents at the National Archives Print Shop online: gallery.pictopia.com/natf/photo/

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted
Use Restrictions: Unrestricted

April 30, 2011

Scene in “The Doll House,” a Very Remote Section of the Canyonlands, 05/1972

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Some cool remote printing images:

Scene in “The Doll House,” a Very Remote Section of the Canyonlands, 05/1972
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Image by The U.S. National Archives
Original Caption: Scene in "The Doll House," a Very Remote Section of the Canyonlands. The Doll House Is Only Six Miles from the Needles Area, But Since the Colorado River Separates the Two, One Must Drive 250 Miles by Jeep to Get from One Place to the Other, 05/1972

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-3310

Photographer: Hiser, David, 1937-

Subjects:
Canyonlands National Park (San Juan county, Utah, United States) national park
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

Persistent URL: http://arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=545797

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

For information about ordering reproductions of photographs held by the Still Picture Unit, visit: www.archives.gov/research/order/still-pictures.html

Reproductions may be ordered via an independent vendor. NARA maintains a list of vendors at www.archives.gov/research/order/vendors-photos-maps-dc.html

Buy copies of selected National Archives photographs and documents at the National Archives Print Shop online: gallery.pictopia.com/natf/photo/

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted
Use Restrictions: Unrestricted

Man in search of eternal light
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Image by Heavenhated
Stobist info.

One SB600 nikon flash remote triggered on top of a chandelier.

Set to 1/32 of its power.

All Pictures are Copyrighted if used for Commercial Purpose. You can download and use the picture for personal use (like wallpaper etc). In case of forwarding to ur friends please credit the Photographer. There are no restrictions to use the pictures for personal use. Do not print pictures without prior permission

April 28, 2011

How are IR and microwave images from remote sensing satellites printed? How do they substitute the wavelengths?

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Question by Jaja: How are IR and microwave images from remote sensing satellites printed? How do they substitute the wavelengths?
Both Infrared and Microwave bands are invisible to the human eye

Best answer:

Answer by ★ Serabi Suspended ★
Both infrared and microwaves are part of the electromagnetic spectrum, which stretches from radio waves to gamma rays. each band of this spectrum corresponds to a small range of frequencies. each frequency is uniquely connected with an energy level.

The total spectrum is very wide. Our eyes respond only to a very small band called the visible band. However, different chemicals do react to certain higher or lower level of energy bands and hence can be used as photographic plates for detecting and measuring some of these radiations.

Satellites nowadays use sensors whose working principle is based on photoelectric effect, converting radiation reaching the sensor iinto electric charge, which can then be easily measured and processed.

Essentially, the energy detected over a given spectral band, whether it is in the visible, infrared or microwave band, is converted to an array of digits corresponding to the energy range and radioed to ground stations.

After receiving it, those values corresponding to the measured energy range (known as grey levels) are finally printed on a computer screen as a picture or as a conventional photograph.

Give your answer to this question below!

April 24, 2011

Lunar remote sensing and measurements: Apollo 15-17 orbital investigations (Professional paper / United States. Geological Survey)

Lunar remote sensing and measurements: Apollo 15-17 orbital investigations (Professional paper / United States. Geological Survey)

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April 6, 2011

RemoteDepositCapture.com & EPSON Announce A New Webinar: ‘Remote Deposit Capture & Independent Sales Organizations: The Way Forward’

RemoteDepositCapture.com & EPSON Announce A New Webinar: ‘Remote Deposit Capture & Independent Sales Organizations: The Way Forward’











Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) March 23, 2010

RemoteDepositCapture.com, the industry’s leading news, information, products and services portal on Remote Deposit Capture, announces a new, freely-available webinar sponsored by EPSON: RDC & ISOs: The Way Forward”.

Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) presents an amazing opportunity for Independent Sales Organizations (ISOs) to generate new sales to an untapped market. Hear from a panel of industry experts as they discuss the issues, challenges, business models, strategies, examples and lessons learned which ISOs will need to know in order to be successful with RDC.

“The electronification of checks, through Remote Deposit Capture, offers similar opportunities to the ISO community as when credit card transactions converted from paper based processing to electronic draft capture.” says Stacia Smith, Business Development Manager, EPSON America. “As such, this service offering has the potential to provide additional revenue through existing merchant relationships and through new and untapped markets for ISOs who embrace this technology.”

RDC, like the card industry, requires hardware (the scanner / data-capture device), software and connectivity. Research has shown the majority of businesses are still unfamiliar with RDC. ISOs have the opportunity to introduce millions of businesses to RDC while leveraging their current direct sales force, service structure and core business model.

Join Stacia Smith, Business Development Manager – Financial Solutions Business Systems Group, EPSON, Mark Nevle, Director of Business Development, First Data / TASQ and John Leekley, Founder & CEO of RemoteDepositCapture.com for an engaging discussion on how ISOs can capitalize on the opportunities of Remote Deposit Capture.

For more information or to register & view the webinar, please visit http://www.RemoteDepositCapture.com.

About RemoteDepositCapture.com:

RemoteDeositCapture.com is the leading news, information, products and services portal for the Remote Deposit Capture Industry. Over 1 million visitors have taken advantage of free webinars, solution directories, white papers, research reports and more. Hundreds of financial institutions, corporations, ISOs, and small businesses have found their RDC solution through our RDC Marketplace. RemoteDepositCapture.com also hosts the industry’s leading RDC conference, The RDC Summit, to be held September 29 & 30, 2010. For more information, please visit http://www.RemoteDepositCapture.com.

About Epson:

Epson is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of highly reliable point-of-service technology, including printers, precision printing mechanisms and digital image scanners. Epson offers a wide range of printing and check imaging solutions that feature innovative technology and functionality to increase productivity, improve customer satisfaction and reduce costs. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Long Beach, CA, Epson America, Inc. is the U.S. affiliate of Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation, a global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality technology products that meet customer demands for increased functionality, compactness, systems integration and energy efficiency. For more information, please visit http://www.pos.epson.com/financial.

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March 29, 2011

Proclamation 8336–establishment of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.(Week Ending Friday, January 9, 2009)(Speech): An article from: Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents

Proclamation 8336–establishment of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.(Week Ending Friday, January 9, 2009)(Speech): An article from: Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents

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Title: Proclamation 8336–establishment of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument.(Week Ending Friday, January 9, 2009)(Speech)
Author: George W. Bush
Publication: Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents (Newsletter)
Date: January 12, 2009
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March 27, 2011

HP Labs creates HP Remote Mobile Printing.flv

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Печатать прямо с телефона – это уже возможно!
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March 15, 2011

Im trying to print something on a remote computer. My computer isnt detecting my printer. How can I print?

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by Stephen Poff

Question by sarah: Im trying to print something on a remote computer. My computer isnt detecting my printer. How can I print?
How can I get the computer to detect the printer I have to print a document from a remote computer?

Best answer:

Answer by Jorge
Try moving closer to it or you could try and re-install the disk the printer came with on your computer again

Add your own answer in the comments!

March 13, 2011

01 Communique Adds Support for Remote Viewing and Control of a PC?s Desktop from Pocket PC Devices

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01 Communique Adds Support for Remote Viewing and Control of a PC’s Desktop from Pocket PC Devices










Toronto, ON (PRWEB) October 16, 2005

01 Communique Laboratory Inc. (TSX: ONE – http://www.01com.com) announced a new release of its remote access service, I’m InTouch. The updated Version 5.0 adds further remote access flexibility and incorporates new features to enhance the user experience. Windows Mobile based Pocket PCs with an Internet connection can now be used by mobile professionals and IT managers to take full desktop control of their distant PC. Real-time control provides users with secure access to all of the information and tools they need to remain productive, regardless of where they may be.

Pocket PC users securely login to their PC running the I’m InTouch service using an Internet browser, and can use their proprietary business applications, check and send email and access their networks. 128 bit end-to-end encryption is used within I’m InTouch to ensure the protection of all data. Users have the ability to manage the presentation of their PC’s desktop on their Pocket PC with features such as horizontal or landscape viewing modes and scaling preferences to view a portion or all of the desktop. No additional software is required to be configured on the Pocket PC. This level of access eliminates the traditional shortcomings of users having to synchronize data between their PC and Pocket PC and the inevitable situation of a file that is suddenly needed being out of reach, back at the office. “With the continued roll-out of broadband wireless networks and higher data transfer speeds becoming available around the world, full remote control and navigation of a users desktop from devices such as Pocket PCs is becoming increasingly practical,” says Brian Howden, Vice President of marketing.

Another feature introduced in I’m InTouch Version 5.0 is remote printing. Remote printing gives a user the ability to print any document on their remote computer to their local printer. This functionality recognizes that some users may not have the business application they are remotely working on installed on their local PC but still wish to be able to print a local hardcopy for review. A practical illustration is someone remotely accessing and working on a business accounting application from the convenience of his or her home computer and wishing to print a report to their home printer. I’m InTouch’s remote print function redirects the print job request given to the business PC to the users local home printer for print processing.

“Version 5.0 represents the natural progression of making our remote access service allow users to feel as if they were sitting at their desktop, regardless of where they are or what device they are using to login. The new features enhance the robustness and flexibility of our service offering,” said Andrew Cheung, President and CEO of 01 Communique. “We continue our commitment to offer a service that is easy to use, secure, reliable and affordable and that gives our users essential business tools to manage their business effectively in this increasingly mobile world. More innovative and powerful features are in the pipeline”.

About I’m InTouch

Designed for prosumers, small and medium business, I’m InTouch is an easy to set-up and cost-effective remote access service. I’m InTouch is available for purchase online at http://www.imintouch.net for $ 99.95 U.S. annually or $ 9.95 U.S. monthly. A free 30-day trial is available with unlimited access.

About 01 Communique:

Established in 1992, 01 Communique is an innovative force in the development and delivery of remote access services and integrated communications software. As the digital and wireless economy evolves, 01 continues to provide cost effective and reliable solutions that give businesses anytime, anywhere access to information stored on a desktop PC. 01 Communique has built an extensive market for its remote access, messaging and communications solutions with its I’m InTouch remote access service and legacy product line COMMUNICATE!, through the cultivation of solid distribution channels and marketing partnerships. For more information on the product, or to try a free 30-day no obligation trial, visit http://www.imintouch.net or call (905) 795-2888 or (800) 668-2185 (North America only)

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March 1, 2011

Speedline Introduces RemoteTech(TM) Remote Diagnostics Software — New Service Offered Free of Charge During Warranty Period

Franklin, MA (PRWEB) October 18, 2004

Speedline Technologies, a leading provider of capital equipment for the electronics industry, today introduced its RemoteTech remote diagnostics service. The new offering allows Speedline’s support center experts to remotely diagnose and solve customer’s equipment and application problems.

“This innovative new service enables customers to tap into our vast process expertise from anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said Mike Montoya, technical operations manager, Speedline Technologies. “As the recognized leader in electronics process knowledge, this capability is a natural extension of our commitment to maximize production uptime, improve productivity, and reduce cost of ownership.”

With the RemoteTech remote diagnostics utility, customers receive improved troubleshooting and problem solving over the Internet and telephone. This capability minimizes field service visits, cuts mean time to repair, lowers maintenance costs, and reduces staff technical training.

“Speedline experts can quickly view equipment operating conditions, diagnose the problem, and recommend a solution using this remote diagnostic tool,” said Montoya.

The highly secure service allows Speedline to access equipment recipe files and error logs and facilitates the uploading of software upgrades directly to the customer’s machine.

“RemoteTech is firewall friendly,” he said. “The customer is the gate keeper and is always in control. We cannot pull or push data to their equipment without their permission. The customer controls all access to the machines for complete control over the RemoteTech connection.”

RemoteTech diagnostic services are available for most of Speedline’s products currently in production. The customer’s equipment must have an Ethernet card or modem, be connected to the Internet, and utilize the Microsoft Windows® operating system. The services will be offered free of charge during the equipment’s warranty period and will be included as a standard feature in Speedline’s Protection Plus service contract. It also can be purchased on a per-machine basis.

About Speedline

Speedline Technologies is the global leader for single-source process knowledge, solutions, and service to the PCB assembly and semiconductor packaging industries. Based in Franklin, Massachusetts, the company sells five, best-in-class brands – ACCEL microelectronics cleaning, CAMALOT dispensing systems, ELECTROVERT wave soldering, reflow soldering, and cleaning equipment, MPM stencil and screen printing systems, and PROTECT global services, support, and training solutions. For more information, visit us at http://www.speedlinetech.com.

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