In computer networking, the Name/Finger protocol and the Finger user information protocol are simple network protocols for the exchange of human-oriented status and user information.
The Name/Finger protocol, written by David Zimmerman, is based on Request for Comments document RFC 742 (December 1977) as an interface to the name and finger programs that provide status reports on a particular computer system or a particular person at network sites. The finger program was written in 1971 by Les Earnest who created the program to solve the need of users who wanted information on other users of the network. Information on who is logged-in was useful to check the availability of a person to meet. This was probably the earliest form of presence information for remote network users.
Prior to the finger program, the only way to get this information was with a who program that showed IDs and terminal line numbers (the server's internal number of the communication line, over which the user's terminal is connected) for logged-in users. Earnest named his program after the idea that people would run their fingers down the who list to find what they were looking for.
Project is the second collaborative studio album by guitarists Greg Howe and Richie Kotzen, released on November 11, 1997 through Shrapnel Records. A previous collaboration between Howe and Kotzen, Tilt (1995), had sold well and thus resulted in a second album.
973 Program (Chinese:973计划) or also known as National Basic Research Program is a basic research program initiated by the People's Republic of China to achieve technology and strategic edge in various scientific fields and especially the development of the rare earth minerals industry.
The program was initiated in 1997 by the Chinese government to develop basic research, innovations and technologies aligned with national priorities in economic development and social development. The program was managed by the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology. Natural Science Foundation of China is also involved in coordinating the research with the program.
Over the years the program has dedicated funding to areas such as agriculture, health, information, energy, environment, resources, population and materials.
The central government has in the past funded projects for a term of no more than five years. Recently, the funding model has changed to 2 + 3 years. Two years after the project has been implemented, it will be assessed by a special panel and allocate funding accordingly.
Logistics is the stage name of Matt Gresham, a drum and bass music producer and DJ from Cambridge, England. He is signed to Hospital Records. He creates his music using the Ableton sequencer. His music style tends to be towards the more soul-influenced styles of drum & bass but is also targeted at a club audience rather than a home audience, which is described as such by Hospital Records as "bridging the gap between a lacklustre subgenre, liquid funk, and more exciting, dancefloor orientated drum and bass". His two brothers – Dan Gresham (best known as Nu:Tone) and Nick Gresham (known under the names Other Echoes and, formerly, Bastille) – are also producers signed to Hospital Records. Matt has also collaborated with Dan under the name Nu:Logic.
Matt Gresham grew up listening mainly to guitar based music such as Rage Against the Machine, and downtempoelectronic music. He took no interest in drum and bass, unlike his brother at the time, until he was introduced to the "Music Box" LP released by Full Cycle Records, which appealed to him as he described it "like downtempo tunes with double time beats".
The term Logistics 2.0 represents a vision of future logistics opportunities, benefits and efficiencies achieved through the deployment of new technologies such as 3D Printing and machine-to-machine communications.
There is also a monthly magazine entitled Logistics 2.0, published by 9.9 Media for senior executives and professional managers involved in management of logistics, transportation and supply chains. The publication covers issues, trends, technologies and business practices in supply chain management, and delivers information needed by decision makers to improve cycle times, reduce inventories, and work more efficiently. 9.9 Media is a diversified media company started by former ABP CEO Dr. Pramath Raj Sinha along with four of his other colleagues. It targets consumer, business and professional communities through magazines, websites, events, and peer groups. Other than Logistics 2.0, 9.9 Media publishes several other magazines, manages professional institutes and host online platforms.
Danish bunker supplier Monjasa has inked a landmark agreement with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)-managed power-to-x project HØST PtX Esbjerg on logistics and offtake of green ammonia for the maritime sector ...David Dupont-Mouritzen, project manager of HØST PtX Esbjerg, added.
The $25-million facility was built to provide logistics services to businesses in the Cornwall area ... This latest build brings Wills Transfer’s capacity in the region to more than one million square feet of storage and logistics space and is the first of a four-phase expansion project at Ingleside.
Railways hinges more on Budget for capex as PPP projects falter ... As a part of 7-point agenda for the budget, FM announced multiple logistics and infrastructure development initiatives include setting up 100 critical projects for ports, coal, steel, fertilizer, and food grains sectors with investment of INR 75,000 Cr.
Among other projects, USD is currently pursuing the development of a premier energy logistics terminal on the Houston Ship Channel with capacity for substantial tank storage, multiple docks (including barge and deepwater), inbound and outbound pipeline connectivity, as well as a rail terminal with unit train capabilities.
In addition, logistics chains built up for decades have been forcibly severed. The blown-up Nord Stream project serves as an illustrative example ...The answer to the destruction of the global market and the severance of logistics chains is the regionalisation of markets, and the development of new safe logistics.
The fact that mineral production contracted by 9 per cent year-on-year in November 2022 – largely due to electricity shortages and inefficiencies in logistics – is indicative of the challenges we need to confront and overcome ... In the last six months, we have signed agreements for 25 projects representing 2,800 MW of new capacity.
According to history, the Etebi-Enwang bridge project was awarded in 1949 to a British construction company headed by Engr Fidelis Cobbs ... Sadly, both projects were uncompleted ... To imagine the almighty US caving in and abandoning such a project is somewhat ironic ... ongoing projects.
Enel's renewables business, Enel Green Power, closed out 2022 with several new clean power plants in North America, including the 270 MW Blue Jay solar project in Texas, the 250 MW 25 Mile Creek wind project in Oklahoma, and several others. The Blue Jay project also includes a paired battery storage facility expected to begin operation in 2023.
6, voted 5-0 to stop the project ...Hunter — whose title is assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition, technology and logistics — said the proposed project “presents a significant threat to national security with both near- and long-term risks of significant impacts to our operations in the area.”.
“We were acquainted through the Arts Council, where he was a former board president, then the architect for a project they were working on,” Lea said ... “He truly loved working as volunteer project manager on the MayflowerMeetinghouse and he loved going to the Old Colony Club,” Lea said.
A performance bond aims to guarantee the completion of the project ... Remulla said the next step is the financial closure for the project ... The project includes the construction of a four-kilometer connector road, with provisions for rail connectivity, fully-integrated logistics and aviation support facilities.