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Clone repository
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cd [folder]

git clone https://github.com/username/projectname.git


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Clone repository to the current folder
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git clone https://github.com/username/projectname.git .

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Assign alias
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git config --global alias.lol "log --decorate --oneline --graph"

$ git lol

$git lol HEAD develop origin/master (active branch HEAD, develop and origin/master branches

$git lol -all (combined history of everything)


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Staging All Changes to Files
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git add -A

Version ≥ 2.0

git add .


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.gitignore - in the main directory and subdirectory
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When created in the top level directory, the rules will apply recursively to all files and sub-directories throughout the entire repository.

When created in a sub-directory, the rules will apply to that specific directory and its sub- directories.


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.gitignore file, based on glob file patterns
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# Lines starting with `#` are comments.

# Ignore files called 'file.ext'

file.ext

# Comments can't be on the same line as rules!

# The following line ignores files called file.ext # not a comment'

# Ignoring files with full path.

# This matches files in the root directory and subdirectories too.

# i.e. otherfile.ext will be ignored anywhere on the tree.

dir/otherdir/file.ext

otherfile.ext

# Ignoring directories

# Both the directory itself and its contents will be ignored.

bin/

gen/

# To ignore any directories named DirectoryA

# in any depth use ** before DirectoryA

# Do not forget the last /,

# Otherwise it will ignore all files named DirectoryA, rather than directories

**/DirectoryA/

# This would ignore

# DirectoryA/

# DirectoryB/DirectoryA/

# DirectoryC/DirectoryB/DirectoryA/

# It would not ignore a file named DirectoryA, at any level

# To exclude specific files when using wildcards, negate them.

# So they are excluded from the ignore list:

!.gitignore

# Use the backslash as escape character to ignore files with a hash (#)

...

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Other forms of .gitignore
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.gitignore files are intended to be committed as part of the repository.

If you want to ignore certain files without committing the ignore rules, here are some options:

Edit the .git/info/exclude file (using the same syntax as .gitignore).

The rules will be global in the scope of the repository;

Set up a global gitignore file that will apply ignore rules to all your local repositories:


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Checking if a file is ignored
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The git check-ignore command reports on files ignored by Git.

You can pass filenames on the command line, and git check-ignore will list the filenames that are ignored.

For example:

$ cat .gitignore

*.o

$ git check-ignore example.o Readme.md

example.o


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See ignored files
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git status --ignored in order to see ignored files

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A global .gitignore file
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To have Git ignore certain files across all repositories you can create a global .gitignore with

the following command in your terminal or command prompt:

$ git config --global core.excludesfile


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.gitignore file. Rules
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  • If the local .gitignore file explicitly includes a file while the global .gitignore ignores it, the local .gitignore takes priority (the file will be included)
  • If the repository is cloned on multiple machines, then the global .gigignore must be loaded on all machines or at least include it, as the ignored files will be pushed up to the repo while the PC with the global .gitignore wouldn't update it. This is why a repo specific .gitignore is a better idea than a global one if the project is worked on by a team

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If you have already added a file to your Git repository and now want to stop tracking it
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git rm --cached <file>

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Ignore files locally without committing ignore rules
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If you want to ignore certain files in a repository locally and not make the file part of any repository, edit .git/info/exclude inside your repository.

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England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom.[5][6][7] I
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England - Wikipedia
ive assembly, a Legislative Grand Committee composed of only the 533 MPs representing English constituencies can scrutinise and vote on bills going through parliament which only affect England. <span>England is a country that is part of the United Kingdom.[5][6][7] It shares land borders with Wales to the west and Scotland to the north-northwest. The Irish Sea lies west of England and the Celtic Sea lies to the southwest. England is separated from c




#digital-marketing #has-images #visitor-analytics

The bounce rate is a website analytics metric that represents the percentage of visitors who entered a site and left without viewing any other pages within the same session. It doesn’t matter how long the visitor was on the page or how they left, though.

Of course, if you have a one-page website or a specific landing page for an event or product, the bounce rate should not be something for you to consider, as there are no other pages for the user to visit.

What % is a good bounce rate?

To keep it short and simple: when the bounce rate goes high it’s bad and when it goes low it’s good.
Here are some reasons that might lead to a high bounce rate:

• slow loading pages
• low-quality content
• bad user experience
• technical problems
• or all of these mixed together

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Section 5.7: Ignoring subsequent changes to a file (without removing it)
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Tell Git to ignore changes to a file or directory using update-index:

git update-index --assume-unchanged my-file.txt


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Ignoring a file in any directory
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To ignore a file foo.txt in any directory you should just write its name:

foo.txt

# matches all files 'foo.txt' in any directory

If you want to ignore the file only in part of the tree, you can specify the subdirectories of a specific directory with ** pattern:

bar/**/foo.txt # matches all files 'foo.txt' in 'bar' and all subdirectories Or you can create a .gitignore file in the bar/ directory.

Equivalent to the previous example would be creating file bar/.gitignore with these contents: foo.txt # matches all files 'foo.txt' in any directory under bar/


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To verify your configuration, run the following command
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bin/logstash -f first-pipeline.conf --config.test_and_exit

The --config.test_and_exit option parses your configuration file and reports any errors.


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ilter part of this file is commented out to indicate that it is # optional. # filter { # # } output { stdout { codec => rubydebug } } To verify your configuration, run the following command: <span>bin/logstash -f first-pipeline.conf --config.test_and_exit The --config.test_and_exit option parses your configuration file and reports any errors. If the configuration file passes the configuration test, start Logstash with the following command: bin/logstash -f first-pipeline.conf --config.reload.automatic The --config.reload.aut







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Automatic config reloading
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bin/logstash -f first-pipeline.conf --config.reload.automatic

The --config.reload.automatic option enables automatic config reloading so that you don’t have to stop and restart Logstash every time you modify the configuration file.


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exit The --config.test_and_exit option parses your configuration file and reports any errors. If the configuration file passes the configuration test, start Logstash with the following command: <span>bin/logstash -f first-pipeline.conf --config.reload.automatic The --config.reload.automatic option enables automatic config reloading so that you don’t have to stop and restart Logstash every time you modify the configuration file. As Logstash starts up, you might see one or more warning messages about Logstash ignoring the pipelines.yml file. You can safely ignore this warning. The pipelines.yml file is used for







Para justificar la importancia de los Sistemas de Información Geográfica (SIG) y el papel que estos juegan hoy en día, es habitual en libros como este citar el hecho de que aproximadamente un 70% de la información que manejamos en cualquier tipo de disciplina está georreferenciada. Es decir, que se trata de información a la cual puede asignarse una posición geográfica, y es por tanto información que viene acompañada de otra información adicional relativa a su localización. Si bien es probable que este porcentaje no haya variado desde que comenzó a mencionarse en los libros sobre SIG, la situación es en la actualidad más favorable que nunca para el desarrollo de herramientas que permitan la utilización de toda esa información al tiempo que se consideran los datos relativos a su posición en el espacio. Esto es así no solo porque trabajamos con gran cantidad de información referenciada geográficamente, sino porque somos cada día más conscientes de la importancia que esa componente geográfica tiene. La geografía ha pasado de ser un ámbito particular con cierta relación con otros campos a ser un elemento fundamental incorporado a la mayor parte de las disciplinas
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#fundamentos_sig
Uno de los pilares más sólidos de los SIG en la actualidad es su capacidad de mostrar que existe una componente espacial susceptible de ser gestionada con la ayuda de un SIG en la práctica totalidad de contextos posibles.
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Partiendo del ejemplo anterior, podemos dar una definición más precisa y formal de lo que realmente es un SIG. Básicamente, un SIG ha de permitir la realización las siguientes operaciones: Lectura, edición, almacenamiento y, en términos generales, gestión de datos espaciales. Análisis de dichos datos. Esto puede incluir desde consultas sencillas a la elaboración de complejos modelos, y puede llevarse a cabo tanto sobre la componente espacial de los datos (la localización de cada valor o elemento) como sobre la componente temática (el valor o el elemento en sí). Generación de resultados tales como mapas, informes, gráficos, etc
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Con lo anterior, una definición más precisa es decir que un SIG es un sistema que integra tecnología informática, personas e información geográfica[ 3 ], y cuya principal función es capturar, analizar, almacenar, editar y representar datos georreferenciados
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Información de tipo sociológico como la tasa de analfabetismo e información de carácter físico o biológico como puede ser la acidez del suelo, no parecen sencillas de combinar para la realización de algún análisis común. De existir alguna relación entre ellas (o de no existir, y pretender demostrar que son variables independientes), es necesario buscar un punto de enlace entre ambas informaciones para poder estudiar esta. Un nexo que las une es el hecho de que están asociadas a una localización en el espacio, ya que una serie de datos de tasa de analfabetismo corresponderán a una serie de lugares, del mismo modo que lo harán los valores de acidez del suelo. El hecho de que ambas informaciones tienen a su vez carácter geográfico va a permitir combinarlas y obtener resultados a partir de un análisis común. Puesto que, tal y como se mencionó al inicio de este capítulo, aproximadamente un 70% de toda la información está georreferenciada, esa georreferencia va a representar en una gran mayoría de los casos un punto común para enmarcar el análisis.
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SIG como integrador de tecnologías Puede pensarse que los SIG son meramente herramientas informáticas y que la única tecnología que reside tras ellas es la propia tecnología informática. Sin embargo, el papel integrador de los SIG hace que sean la herramienta elegida para la gestión de resultados y elementos producidos por otras tecnologías, muchas de las cuales se encuentran actualmente en pleno desarrollo. La popularización de los SIG y su mayor presencia en una buena parte de los ámbitos de trabajo actuales han traído como consecuencia una mayor conciencia acerca de la importancia de la componente espacial de la información, así como sobre las posibilidades que la utilización de esta ofrece. Por ello, una gran parte de las tecnologías que han surgido en los últimos años (y seguramente de las que surjan en los próximos) se centran en el aprovechamiento de la información espacial, y están conectadas en mayor o menor medida a un SIG para ampliar su alcance y sus capacidades. Por su posición central en el conjunto de todas las tecnologías, los SIG cumplen además un papel de unión entre ellas, conectándolas y permitiendo una relación fluida alrededor de las funcionalidades y elementos base de un Sistema de Información Geográfica
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Con la aparición de los SIG, todos los profesionales dentro de esa cadena que va desde el creación del dato hasta las operaciones finales que se realizan sobre estos tienen una herramienta común de trabajo, pues un SIG puede utilizarse para desarrollar parcial o totalmente las tareas correspondientes a cada uno de ellos. El SIG es empleado para crear cartografía, para almacenar, gestionar y consultar esta, así como para realizar análisis más complejos en base a ella y crear resultados
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Desde un punto de vista muy simple, podemos entender un SIG como la unión de dos ciencias: la geografía y la informática. Visto así, un SIG es una herramienta informática para ayudar al trabajo en el ámbito geográfico. Esta concepción tan simple dista, no obstante, mucho del concepto real de un SIG, pues este incorpora elementos de muchas ciencias distintas como pueden ser las siguientes:

Disciplinas relacionadas con la tecnología y el manejo de información. Se incluyen aquí las ciencias de la información, la informática, el diseño de bases de datos o el tratamiento digital de imágenes, entre otras. Muchas de estas, a su vez, derivan de otras o toman importantes elementos de ellas. La estadística o la matemática son algunas de esas ciencias fundamentales.

Disciplinas dedicadas al estudio de la Tierra desde un punto de vista físico. La geología, la geografía, la oceanografía, la ecología, así como todo el conjunto de ciencias medioambientales, forman parte de este grupo.

Disciplinas dedicadas al estudio de la Tierra desde un punto de vista social y humano. En este grupo se incluyen la antropología, la geografía o la sociología, entre otras. Las ciencias de este grupo, así como las del anterior, son todas ellas potenciales usuarias de los SIG.

Disciplinas dedicadas al estudio del entendimiento humano, en particular en lo concerniente a la interacción con máquinas. Las ciencias del conocimiento, la psicología en general o las ramas que estudian y desarrollan la Inteligencia Artificial también juegan su papel en el contexto actual de los SIG.

Disciplinas que tradicionalmente han realizando una integración de conocimientos de otros ámbitos distintos. La geografía como tal es la principal representante de este grupo.

En el contexto presente, podemos entender la Ciencia de la Información Geográfica como todo el conjunto de disciplinas y conocimientos que residen tras los SIG, tanto en su desarrollo y creación como en su utilización y aspectos prácticos. Esta ciencia se enmarcaría a su vez dentro de ese último grupo de disciplinas integradoras, llevando más allá la idea de la geografía como área de conocimiento que engloba elementos de muchos otros ámbitos. El término geomática, formado a partir de los vocablos geografía e informática, se emplea con frecuencia para hacer mención a todo ese grupo de ciencias relacionadas con los SIG. No obstante, y como ya se ha comentado, no se refiere exclusivamente a esas dos disciplinas, sino que simplemente toma nombre de los dos bloques princi- pales de conocimiento a partir de los cuales se ha desarrollado la ciencia de los SIG. Si los SIG deben ser entendidos a día de hoy como un sistema, la ciencia que los define y en la que se fundamentan debe no solo describir y servir de soporte a su elementos, sino también atender a una de las características fundamentales de todo sistema: las interrelaciones existentes entre dichos elementos. Por esta razón, disciplinas tales como las ciencias del conocimiento juegan un papel importante en el ámbito de los SIG, pues son fundamentales para estudiar las relaciones entre dos de sus componentes como son la tecnología y el factor organizativo.

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The Industrial Revolution • The change from an agriculture- to a manufacturing-based society
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[...] • The change from an agriculture- to a manufacturing-based society
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The Industrial Revolution

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Mass-production of knowledge – Invention of printing – Development of libraries – Wide distribution of professional journals
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Mass-production of knowledge – [...] – Development of libraries – Wide distribution of professional journals
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Invention of printing

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Development of libraries

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Wide distribution of professional journals

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The Internet only became popular in the 1990s
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The Internet only became popular in the [...]
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1990s

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Television’s impact on education of the population began within the last few generations
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Television’s impact on education of the population began within [...]
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the last few generations

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In the England of 1750 to 1850: Capital from work of the poor and colonies
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In the England of [...]: Capital from work of the poor and colonies
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1750 to 1850

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United States’ advantages: – Virgin country – Natural resources – Immigrant labor
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United States’ advantages: – [...] – Natural resources – Immigrant labor
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Virgin country

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United States’ advantages: – Virgin country – [...] – Immigrant labor
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Natural resources

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Immigrant labor

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. computer networks
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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. [...] 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. computer networks
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specialization of labor

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. [...] 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. computer networks
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energy from machines

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Flashcard 3954027400460

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. [...] 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. computer networks
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standardization and interchangeable parts

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. [...] 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. computer networks
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use of machines

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. [...] 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. computer networks
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mass production and mass consumption

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Flashcard 3954031856908

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. [...] 7. computers 8. computer networks
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assembly line

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echnological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. <span>assembly line 7. computers 8. computer networks <span>

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. [...] 8. computer networks
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computers

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ety’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. <span>computers 8. computer networks <span>

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Flashcard 3954033954060

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Technological Society’s key concepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. [...]
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computer networks

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cepts 1. specialization of labor 2. energy from machines 3. standardization and interchangeable parts 4. use of machines 5. mass production and mass consumption 6. assembly line 7. computers 8. <span>computer networks <span>

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[...]: Invention of steam engine
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1776

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[...]: mental effort
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Computer

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Interchangeable parts – Require accurate machine tools. – Began in [...] and spread gradually.
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1820s – 1850s

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Interchangeable parts – Require accurate machine tools. – Began in 1820s – 1850s and spread gradually.

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Mass Production and Mass Consumption are interdependent.
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Mass Production and Mass Consumption are [...].
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interdependent

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Computers • Developed in 1940s • Stored programs (processor and memory) • Transistor • Constantly increasing speed and decreasing cost • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise
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Computers • Developed in [...] • Stored programs (processor and memory) • Transistor • Constantly increasing speed and decreasing cost • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise
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1940s

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Computers • Developed in 1940s • [...] (processor and memory) • Transistor • Constantly increasing speed and decreasing cost • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise
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Stored programs

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Flashcard 3954049944844

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Computers • Developed in 1940s • Stored programs (processor and memory) • [...] • Constantly increasing speed and decreasing cost • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise
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Transistor

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Computers • Developed in 1940s • Stored programs (processor and memory) • Transistor • Constantly increasing [...] and decreasing cost • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise
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speed

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Computers • Developed in 1940s • Stored programs (processor and memory) • Transistor • Constantly increasing speed and decreasing cost • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise

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Flashcard 3954052041996

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Computers • Developed in 1940s • Stored programs (processor and memory) • Transistor • Constantly increasing speed and decreasing [...] • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise
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cost

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Computers • Developed in 1940s • Stored programs (processor and memory) • Transistor • Constantly increasing speed and decreasing cost • Make machines more flexible and free workers to supervise

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[...] networks (radio, TV): N
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One-to-many

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One-to-many networks (radio, TV): [...]
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N

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Flashcard 3954062265612

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[...] networks (telephones): (N^2 –N)/2
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Many-to-many

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Flashcard 3954063314188

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Many-to-many networks (telephones): [...]
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(N^2 –N)/2

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The Internet: 2^N – N - 1
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Flashcard 3954066722060

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The Internet: [...]
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2^N – N - 1

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The steam engine (Watt)
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Flashcard 3954074324236

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1700s: The steam engine ([...])
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Watt

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Flashcard 3954076945676

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1700s: Accurate machine tools ([...])
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Maudslay

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Flashcard 3954079567116

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1700s: Interchangeable parts ([...])
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Whitney

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Flashcard 3954082974988

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1800-1850: The dynamo ([...])
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Faraday

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Flashcard 3954086382860

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1800-1850: The electric motor ([...])
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Faraday

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Flashcard 3954089790732

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1800-1850: The assembly line ([...])
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Colt

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1850 – 1900: The internal combustion engine ([...])
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Otto

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Flashcard 3954098965772

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1850 – 1900: Electric illumination ([...])
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Edison

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Flashcard 3954102373644

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1850 – 1900: The telephone ([...])
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Bell

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Flashcard 3954105781516

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1850 – 1900: Machine computation ([...])
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Hollerith

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1850 – 1900: Scientific study of work ([...])
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Taylor

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Taylor noticed that with a constant-volume shovel the load was only 3.5 lbs when shoveling rice coal but 38 lbs when shoveling ore
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Taylor noticed that with a constant-volume shovel the load was only [...] when shoveling rice coal but 38 lbs when shoveling ore
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3.5 lbs

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Taylor noticed that with a constant-volume shovel the load was only 3.5 lbs when shoveling rice coal but 38 lbs when shoveling ore

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Taylor noticed that with a constant-volume shovel the load was only 3.5 lbs when shoveling rice coal but [...] when shoveling ore
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38 lbs

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Taylor noticed that with a constant-volume shovel the load was only 3.5 lbs when shoveling rice coal but 38 lbs when shoveling ore

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Taylor, maximum material was shoveled per day when the load on the shovel was 21.5 lbs.
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Taylor, maximum material was shoveled per day when the load on the shovel was [...].
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21.5 lbs

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Taylor, the same amount of work was done with 140 men instead of 400-600 men
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Flashcard 3954120461580

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Taylor, the same amount of work was done with [...] men instead of 400-600 men
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140

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Flashcard 3954121510156

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Taylor, the same amount of work was done with 140 men instead of [...] men
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400-600

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Flashcard 3954125704460

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1900s: The automobile ([...])
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Ford

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Flashcard 3954129112332

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1900s: Mass consumption/high worker pay ([...])
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Ford

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1900s: Motion study ([...])
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Gilbreths

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Gilbreths, the number of motions/brick was reduced from [...]
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18 to 4.5

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Gilbreths, bricklayers laid 350 bricks/hr while the previous record for this type of construction had been 120 bricks/hr.
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Gilbreths, bricklayers laid [...] bricks/hr while the previous record for this type of construction had been 120 bricks/hr.
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350

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#33-strategies-of-war #introduction #robert-green #strategy
[Strategy] is more than a science: it is the application of knowledge to practical life, the development of thought capable of modifying the original guiding idea in the light of ever-changing situations; it is the art of acting under the pressure of the most difficult conditions.
HELMUTH VON MOLTKE, 1800–1891
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33 Strategies of War Introduction
repressing them. If there is an ideal to aim for, it should be that of the strategic warrior, the man or woman who manages difficult situations and people through deft and intelligent maneuver. <span>[Strategy] is more than a science: it is the application of knowledge to practical life, the development of thought capable of modifying the original guiding idea in the light of ever-changing situations; it is the art of acting under the pressure of the most difficult conditions. HELMUTH VON MOLTKE, 1800–1891 Many psychologists and sociologists have argued that it is through conflict that problems are often solved and real differences reconciled. Our successes and failures in life can be tra




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Qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum (let him who wants peace prepare for war)
VEGETIUS, A.D. FOURTH CENTURY
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e. The problem for us is that we are trained and prepared for peace, and we are not at all prepared for what confronts us in the real world—war. The life of man upon earth is a warfare. JOB 7:1 <span>Qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum (let him who wants peace prepare for war) VEGETIUS, A.D. FOURTH CENTURY This war exists on several levels. Most obviously, we have our rivals on the other side. The world has become increasingly competitive and nasty. In politics, business, even the arts, w




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“Well, then, my boy, develop your strategy So that prizes in games won’t elude your grasp. Strategy makes a better woodcutter than strength. Strategy keeps a pilot’s ship on course When crosswinds blow it over the wine-blue sea. And strategy wins races for charioteers. One type of driver trusts his horses and car And swerves mindlessly this way and that, All over the course, without reining his horses. But a man who knows how to win with lesser horses Keeps his eye on the post and cuts the turn close, And from the start keeps tension on the reins With a firm hand as he watches the leader.”
THE ILIAD, HOMER, CIRCA NINTH CENTURY B.C.
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poleon, and the Zulu king Shaka. As a whole, these principles and strategies indicate a kind of universal military wisdom, a set of adaptable patterns that can increase the chances for victory. <span>“Well, then, my boy, develop your strategy So that prizes in games won’t elude your grasp. Strategy makes a better woodcutter than strength. Strategy keeps a pilot’s ship on course When crosswinds blow it over the wine-blue sea. And strategy wins races for charioteers. One type of driver trusts his horses and car And swerves mindlessly this way and that, All over the course, without reining his horses. But a man who knows how to win with lesser horses Keeps his eye on the post and cuts the turn close, And from the start keeps tension on the reins With a firm hand as he watches the leader.” THE ILIAD, HOMER, CIRCA NINTH CENTURY B.C. Perhaps the greatest strategist of them all was Sun-tzu, author of the ancient Chinese classic The Art of War. In his book, written probably the fourth century B.C., can be found traces




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The self is the friend of a man who masters himself through the self, but for a man without self-mastery, the self is like an enemy at war. THE BHAGAVAD GITA, INDIA, CIRCA A.D. FIRST CENTURY
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ing you. The moment you aim for results, you are in the realm of strategy. War and strategy have an inexorable logic: if you want or desire anything, you must be ready and able to fight for it. <span>Others will argue that war and strategy are primarily matters that concern men, particularly those who are aggressive or among the power elite. The study of war and strategy, they will say, is