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The LastPrintDate function returns the date a document was last printed. The value will be empty if the document has never been printed. At the time of this writing, this function returned no value even when documents were printed.
Panasonic, hoping to create a new era of digital tape for consumers, announced again that it would begin to sell its HD-capable D-VHS VCR. In September 1999, The Matrix became the first DVD to sell a million copies.9 The Matrix gained notoriety as buyers reported problems playing it on dozens of different player models. While there were some UDF filesystem errors on the disc itself, it was discovered that some players had not been properly engineered to handle a disc that aggressively exercised DVD features and included extra content for use on PCs. The success of The Matrix amplified the magnitude of the problem. Under pressure from disgruntled customers, manufacturers released firmware upgrades to correct the flaws in their players. Years later, when these same manufacturers began working on vastly more complex Blu-ray players, the lessons they learned from DVD upgrades led them to add an Ethernet port to many Blu-ray player models so they could download firmware updates over the Internet. Also in September, Toshiba shipped its progressive scan DVD player, which had been languishing in ware-houses for a year. Panasonic released its progressive scan player in October. The true potential of DVD video quality was finally being unlocked in places other than computers. At the last minute, Sony, Philips, and HP cancelled their planned DVD+RW launch. The DVD+RW camp had decided to retrench, abandoning the 3.0G format which would have been incompatible with every existing DVD-ROM drive and player and focusing on the improved 4.7G version that promised backward compatibility with most DVD readers. Pioneer announced that it would release a DVD-Audio player in Japan without content protection, since that was the only part that was unresolved. The player would only be able to play unprotected DVD-Audio discs until it was updated with final content protection support. This turned out to be a reasonable compromise because decisions on DVD-Audio encryption and watermarking were almost a year away. In November and December, fallout began from a Windows-based software program called DeCSS that had spread across the Internet in late October. The program was designed to remove CSS encryption from discs and to copy the video files to a hard drive. DeCSS was written by 16-year-old Jon Johansen of Norway, based on code created by a German programmer who was a member of an anonymous group called Masters of Reverse Engineering (MoRE). The MoRE programmers reverse-engineered the CSS algorithm and discovered that the Xing software DVD player had not encrypted the key it used to unlock protected DVDs. Because of weak security in the CSS design, additional keys were quickly generat-ed by computer programs that guessed at values and tried them until they worked. Johansen claimed his intent in turning the MoRE code into an application was to be able to play movies using the Linux operating system, which had no licensed CSS implementation. Anyone familiar with CSS was surprised that it had taken so long for the system to be cracked. After all, the first edition of DVD Demystified (the predecessor to this book) had predicted three years earlier that CSS would be compromised. In spite of this, frenetic press reports portrayed a shocked movie industry, taken aback by the failure of the system that was supposed to protect its assets. DVD-Audio player manufacturers announced a six-month
It is my hope that in the pages of this book you have found a what we could become. source of inner peace and greater passion, patience and expecta CHARLES DU BOIS tion, love for yourself and love for others. Remember, whatever was is in the past, and tomorrow is yet to be realized. The one true thing is this very moment, right here, right now the only moment in time that you have for certain. What will you do with it I hope you will cast your eyes to the north sky and keep moving in your quest to discover your True North. Here is an important question that I am often asked in workshops and that you may be asking yourself right now: How will I know that I am on the path to discovering my True North I tell people, You will know, because it will be the most comfortable direction you have ever felt. Here is where I leave you to explore, shape, and define your life s purpose, potential, and passion. Set your sights on your own North Star, keep your life compasses and navigation tools at hand, and follow the destiny that you and you alone will choose to create. And one last note: The journey is the destination.
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To save your report to the BusinessObjects Enterprise repository, 1. Select File | Export To Repository. 2. Desktop Intelligence presents you with the Export dialog as shown in Figure 24-10. Choose the folder to export the document to. If this is a document that only you will access, choose Favorites. If you want others in your work group to access it, choose a Public Folder. For more information on Folders and Categories, refer to 17. 3. If your users navigate documents by categories, assign them by clicking the Categories button. 4. Click OK to begin the export process. Desktop Intelligence will confirm when the export to the repository is complete with a message Export Successful. Click OK to acknowledge the message. To schedule a Desktop Intelligence document to refresh on a periodic basis, you use InfoView. The steps to schedule a Desktop Intelligence report are the same as the steps for a Web Intelligence report. Refer to 18 for more information.
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Washington, DC, the FT3C system represented the first commercial use of wavelength division multiplexing. To understand how this was accomplished, consider Figure 6.1. Frequency division multiplexing (FDM) is illustrated in the top portion of the figure. Note that FDM represents an analog technology in which the bandwidth of the transmission medium is subdivided by frequency. In the top portion of the figure three distinct frequencies (f1, f2, and f3) are used to derive three separate channels. Each channel can be modulated separately from the other channels, permitting three simultaneous transmissions to occur on one analog circuit. In fact, most trunks linking telephone company central offices used FDM through the 1960s to transport multiple voice conversations over one physical line connecting geographically separated offices. Perhaps thinking about the manner by which FDM operated permitted engineers insight into developing WDM equipment. Early versions of WDM coupled light from two or more sources at discrete wavelengths into a fiber, with each wavelength in effect becoming a
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