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Its weight, along with that of the network, did not exceed two hundred and fifty pounds.
These phenomena were occasioned by the expansion of the gas, through increase of heat in the atmosphere, and the consequent disruption of the minute particles of ice with which the network had become encrusted during the night.
It looks, and is, as evanescent as a dream; and yet, in its rustic network of boughs, it has somehow enclosed a hint of spiritual beauty, and has become a true emblem of the subtile and ethereal mind that planned it.
Without the recess are curtains of an exceedingly rich crimson silk, fringed with a deep network of gold, and lined with silver tissue, which is the material of the exterior blind.
Here, in the valley, the world seems to be constructed upon a smaller and more delicate scale; the fields are mere paddocks, so reduced that from this height their hedgerows appear a network of dark green threads overspreading the paler green of the grass.
The only computers on that network were ones under the direct physical control of the LAN's owner; they were connected only to a LAN owned by such an entity.
Networked sensors may be something to consider for new plant construction but are not readily retrofittable.
Satisfying these demands requires that vast amounts of raw materials and manufactured goods be pulled through a giant global network that reaches into ever more remote parts of the globe.
Despite their promise, dual-mode phones also come with cost, network, application, and device challenges.
Not at all, thanks to virtual private network (VPN), a technology that actually has been around since the mid-1990s but failed to gain popularity because the accounting profession has been slow to adjust to both advanced technology and, oddly enough, to modern management styles.
At many school districts, parents and teachers have installed unofficial Wi-Fi hotspots that connect to the school's existing wired network. (Wi-Fi, short for "wireless fidelity," is the trade name for a family of wireless networking standards.) In so doing, they may have inadvertently compromised the school's network, and your district's IT staff may be none the wiser.
The security design in most of our networks comes from the same mindset, where perimeter defense is deemed essential in order to protect the network from being attacked.
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