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ATPM 9.09
September 2003





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Bridging Base Stations


Why I Unsubscribed


Wireless Networking

Blurry Fonts

Satellite Internet

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Gregory Tetrault (ATPM Staff) · September 5, 2003 - 23:30 EST #1
Color Commentary:

Red, green, and blue are the primary colors of light.
Magenta, yellow, and cyan are the primary colors of transparencies and dyes.
Red, yellow, and blue are the primary colors of opaque pigments.

The Red-orange-Yellow-green-Blue-violet-Red color wheels used in elementary school are based on pigments (such as fingerpaints), not dyes or light.

Inkjet printer inks are neither pure dyes nor pure pigments, which complicates matters. They are closer to dyes, which is why many printers use CYMK inks. But, because they aren't pure dyes, many printers have added more ink colors to expand their gamut of colors.
anonymous · December 27, 2003 - 10:20 EST #2
Direcway now sells the DW6000 for the same price as the DW4000, (the DW4020 was $1,500). It is a standalone unit with an ethernet port that will support any operating system. It can be easily connected to your existing router and you're done. It also monitors Direcway and auto-updates its firmware.

I have not noted a major difference between satellite latency versus dial-up browsing. The appeal for me was the ability to share internet connections with absolutely no effort. And yes, downloads are fast.
Jane Pogue · August 10, 2005 - 13:10 EST #3
My camera lens goes back into the camera when I shut it off (DSC-P72), but then goes back out again. I don't remember dropping it. Is there a way that I can keep it from turning back on, and wearing the batteries down?

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