i need use google bussiness to control my restaurant .. i hope anyone can help me tks

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If we have the following message bits > 11010001010001001010 we split this meassage into blocks of 5 bits, then we use two dimensional matrix for error correction to give the sent frame But what if we have a message with odd bits , for example : > 1010010 To how many blocks we can split it? Is there any method to specify the number of bits per block ?

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Back in the eighties, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ([DARPA](http://www.darpa.mil/)) spent more than a billion dollars in an attempt to create what was, in effect, Skynet. You know, the self-aware artificial intelligence system that goes bad in The Terminator movie. DARPA called it the Strategic Computing Initiative, but it was Skynet alright. You only have to read this little bit of political persuasion in favour of the idea back then to get that: "...there will be unique new opportunities for military applications of computing. Instead of fielding simple guided missiles or remotely piloted vehicles, we might launch completely autonomous …

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The Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is becoming the crowbar of the online criminal. In the past we have got rather used to DDoS attacks being one of the favoured approaches of hacktivists, with perhaps the Low Orbit Ion Cannon (LOIC) and later the High Orbit Ion Cannon (HOIC) as used by Anonymous to take down sites being the best known examples. However, recent evidence suggests that taking down a site is increasingly no longer the be all and end all of a DDoS attack, instead it's just a means to a much more profitable end. A couple of …

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Wednesday 6th June 2012 is [URL="http://www.worldipv6day.org/"]World IPv6 Launch Day[/URL] (no, seriously, it is) and, we have been continually reminded in a Chicken Little fashion, the IPv4 address space sky is falling. The fact that the media obsession with Internet addresses running out has been on-going for at least a decade now, fuelled no doubt by slow news days and headline space to fill, has led to something of a blasé attitude towards making the move over to IPv6. Indeed, you might be forgiven for thinking that the whole IPv6 thing had fallen by the wayside and become another Betamax technology. …

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I am not sure if anyone is familiar with implementing Twitter Cards ([https://dev.twitter.com/docs/cards](https://dev.twitter.com/docs/cards)) into a blog, but if anyone is I could use some help. It seems like it should be working on my blog, but my posts don't work in Twitter's testing tool ([https://dev.twitter.com/docs/cards/preview](https://dev.twitter.com/docs/cards/preview)) if I provide the url. However, if I copy and paste the twitter card meta tags in instead, they display fine. I can't figure it out for the life of me. Here is an example URL: [http://blog.paulnshapiro.com/bingiton-google-wins/](http://blog.paulnshapiro.com/bingiton-google-wins/) Here is example Twitter Card info: <!-- Twitter Cards (in beta!) --> <meta name="twitter:card" content="summary" /> <meta name="twitter:url" …

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Hello everyone. I am a computer science student in Jamaica and doing distributed systems now. I got a project to re-implement the chord system on a single machine. This should be done using threads to create the new nodes in the virtual network. Finger tables for each node and a node should store a file also, all of this sounds so confusing. Can someone give me a head start on this project? Thank you in advance.

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Hello everyone! I'm making a game where players build walls and move their pieces to try to be the first player to reach their target square. Essentially, it's a checkerboard, and players can build walls on the segments between adjacent squares to impede their opponents' movement. The one catch is that you are never allowed to place a wall in such a place as to permanently prevent a player from reaching his target square (ie. there must always be a legal path from each player's current location to his target square). Now, I've played around with ANNs before, for class …

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Hi, I advance thanks for your help Gentles! I am a Leanne, In my new Networking Java Program! (Consider an Small Office Please) At first Every Workers Should Login at Time (The Login details UserName ,PassWord and LocalTiming can stored in their own local database), When the Manager Come latter, and Switched on his system then press the button (Collect Loging History) in his application, it shoud Collect & sent all workers Login History to the Manager,s DataBase, (The Both side Application is Jar only) But in Server Client Program, Server should run at first. Is their any alternative way?, …

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I have installed ubuntu 11.04 using wubi installer inside windows.I am not able to find sysconfig in etc folder.I need to change the auto eth0 settings.And I accidentally deleted the auto eth0 configuration.Any way i can get it back.Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Prasanna

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I have tried to google the answer to this one, but im having problems... So I'm coming to the experts! First, what I have for hardware: [U][B]Networking[/B][/U] Switch: Asus GX-D1081 Router: Asus RT-N16 Modem 1: Motorola SB-5102 (Shaw Cable Extreme service) Modem 2: Cisco DPC-3825 (Shaw Cable Broadband 50 service) Powerline: D-Link Powerline HD [U][B]Computers and other devices[/B][/U] PC1 (Windows 7) PC2 (XP) Laptop1 (Vista) Laptop2 (Vista) Seagate Goflex Home (Network drive) WD Live Hub PS3 Wii - all my Ethernet cables are Cat5e - the WD uses the powerline - the laptops are connected to the ASUS RT-N16 via …

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Hi my website gets around 500-1000 unique visits a day, while do get about 5,000 pageviews with these visitors the number of clicks is around 50-100 a day and adbrite does not pay that well. I am wondering if there is a website with high CPM to help me earn more.

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Hi, I have a DELL desktop and laptop, both running XP Pro and am about to take delivery of another DELL desktop running Windows 7. I also have 2 printers, a small HP laserjet for B/W and an HP Photosmart Pro B9180 that I use for photography. Neither of the printers has a wireless capability. I'd like to network all of these so that I can print from anywhere and have access to any computer from other computer. My older desktop is hardwired to the internet and I am currently using a Linksys router to connect the laptop to the …

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Hi Friends, Here is my Scenario, I have two ISP Connections from different Providers BSNL and Sify. Both are 1MBps. In my Office Now we are using Sify for Only one Machine and BSNL is configured in wifi router. But Often BSNL network is in problem. So we have planned to use both Sify and BSNL simultaneously. what we have to do is to Make some arrangements either in cabling or in configuring we have to use both the connections simultaneously. without hassle so that the employees will always be on line. and they may not know in which ISP …

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We are trying to weed out the slow networks in our blend and look for new faster connections. I believe savvis was the fastest but that was years ago. Anyone know now what is the best networks for our DC to plug into?

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16516[/ATTACH]On Thursday, Federal Communications Commission chair [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julius_Genachowski"]Julius Genachowski[/URL] said the he found the idea of Internet service providers offering faster speeds for users willing to pay extra fees "unacceptable." His statement was in reaction to rumors earlier this week that [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story302325.html"]Google and Verizon were working on an agreement[/URL] that would open the way for Verizon offering such a distinction in service. The Commission has been working on its own talks with large Internet service provider and content companies, but news that Google and Verizon might be working on a deal of their own brought the talks to a halt. [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story302391.html"]Google …

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hi, (on a linux system) i wrote the following code snippet to 1. write to a serial port 2. read the data that i have just written to the serial port. the write is functioning, but the read is not. if i use just the read (without "write", but by connecting a serial device), it is working fine. [code] #include <stdio.h> #include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/socket.h> #include <netinet/in.h> #include <netdb.h> #include <string.h> #include <unistd.h> #include <fcntl.h> #include <errno.h> #include <termios.h> int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { char line[1024]; int chkin; char input[1024]; int file= open("/dev/ttyS0", O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY | O_NDELAY); if(file …

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Hi, i am trying to read the contents of a text file containing a single line into a string. i'm doing this in a while loop. the text file gets updated in each run of the loop and therefore the string should contain a new value in each run. but the string is not getting updated. the file is getting updated but the value in the string remains that of the first run. here is the relevant code: sending side: [code] #include <stdio.h> #include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/socket.h> #include <netinet/in.h> #include <netdb.h> void error(char *msg) { perror(msg); exit(0); } int main(int …

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IBM today announced that it has opened a Cloud Computing Laboratory in Hong Kong to support its LotusLive cloud services and the numbers are pretty impressive whichever way you look at them. From the 18 million seats in year one that LotusLive has amassed, to the $126 billion IBM expects the global cloud computing market to be worth by 2012. The 10th cloud computing lab to be opened by IBM, which has been [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/19803/53/"]investing heavily[/URL] in cloud technology for some time now, it's the first by any major IT vendor in Hong Kong. IBM sees it as being key to …

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Pretty much anywhere you live, it would appear that the iPhone consumes at least 50% of all mobile data traffic. Whereas the Android has a little catching up to do with just 11% of that mobile data bandwidth consumption. Of course, the iPhone entered the restaurant first and is already on pudding while Android devices are still nibbling at the starters so to speak. Still, that's more than RIM (BlackBerry) on 7% and eclipses Windows Mobile phones which consume just 3%. Only Symbian devices are seriously in the bandwidth consumption fight on 25% (a drop of 4% from the previous …

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Ever wondered why your WiFi doesn't work as well as you expected, especially if you live in a highly populated part of town? The obvious, and oft-repeated, answer is that all those WiFi networks trying to work in the same vicinity just end up causing network edge congestion and that equals poor performance has been poo-pooed by a British report. The Ofcom regulator over here in the UK reported on the WiFi 2.4GHz band and discovered that WiFi slowdown is caused primarily by babies. Well, baby listeners at any rate. You know, those devices parents use to listen to every …

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With Inauguration Day finally upon us, mobile phone operators across the US are preparing for what could be a bigger test of capacity than the traditional biggest strain on the mobile network, New Year's Eve. Hopefully the months of hard work, involving adding capacity and prepping networks to cope with the upsurge of voice, text and MMS traffic, will pay off and you will not find your self without coverage later on. Obviously, the Washington DC area is expected to take the brunt of the surge, so if you happen to be there here is some industry advice: Send a …

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There are 5 things that every good Linux Administrator knows. Do you know what they are? They are in no particular order of importance: [B]1. Users are a Necessary Evil[/B] - Do you ever wonder why System Administrators seem so annoyed by you and your questions? It's because you are, in fact, an annoyance to them. Don't be insulted by this--it's just fact. You are generally the reason they exist but life would be easier for them if you didn't exist or ever need anything from them. [B]Take a deep breath and realize that you have a symbiotic relationship with …

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The actual Patent title reads "Personal area network systems and devices and methods for use thereof" but PANTS is much snappier don't you think? That's Personal Area Network Technology Systems in full. Apple is looking to patent always-on from anywhere access to the Internet. I thought that was already tied up in something called a 'smartphone' which I am pretty sure, from the back of my brain somewhere, I recall Apple being involved with. Anyway. The new patent filing apparently actually relates to a system which would allow products like iPods or Macbooks to connect to the Internet from anywhere …

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If you believe the results of a study by those chaps over at the USC-Annenberg School Centre for the Digital Future, the answer to the question posed in this blog posting title is 43% of Americans. That is the number of people who took part in the survey, were already a member of a virtual community and who said that the virtual world is just as important as the real one. The fact that the [URL="http://www.digitalcenter.org/"]2007 Digital Future Project[/URL] reveals that 20.3% of virtual community members take actions offline at least once per year that are related to that online …

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Jon Jacobs has spent $100,000 on his own Virtual Nightclub, within Online Role-Playing game "Project Entropia". The winning bid for the space station he plans to use is currently being built within the game. Project Entropia, is a virtual world, with 236,000 players, who convert real cash to in-game dollars, to be spent in the virtual economy. Jon, aka Neverdie, will no doubt be looking to cash in on his purchase by charging for live shows. "I'm already in talks with some of the worlds biggest DJs about spinning live sets inside the nightclub," "Gamers want to be entertained while …

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There has been a lot of hype about former Vice President Al Gore’s revolutionary television network – [url=http://www.current.tv]Current_[/url]. In late July, Current_ went live after being anticipated since early April. The network is said to be like no other TV network around; it’s not news, it’s not fiction, and it’s "not boring." Using short video segments of 1-5 minutes, current_ aims to keep a tech savvy audience interested and informed. [b]Shows are [i]‘Drippy’[/i][/b] But is it all that its cracked up to be? The answer is yes, and no. I tuned into current on DirectTV (channel 366) to see it …

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The End.