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  • November 22, 2007 22 Nov'07

    aerogel

    Aerogel is a translucent, synthetic solid-state substance with extremely low density and excellent thermal insulating properties.  Continue Reading

  • November 21, 2007 21 Nov'07

    WYSIWYP (what you see is what you print)

    WYSIWYP (pronounced wizzy-whip and standing for what you see is what you print) is the ability of an application program, such as a word processor, to generate print versions of content that match what the user sees on the screen.  Continue Reading

  • November 20, 2007 20 Nov'07

    Adobe Buzzword

    Adobe Buzzword is a free, Web-based word processor similar to Google Docs in which documents are created, edited and stored online.  Continue Reading

  • November 15, 2007 15 Nov'07

    Netscape

    Netscape Communications was a computer services company best known for its Web browser, Navigator. Navigator was one of the two most popular Web browsers in the 1990s. (Continued...)  Continue Reading

  • November 14, 2007 14 Nov'07

    Hancock

    Hancock is a C-based programming language developed by AT&T specifically for data mining telephone and Internet records... (continued)  Continue Reading

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