Overview of TENT

  • Tento zážitek mu byl inspirací k novému projektu – k vytvoření „epopeje všech Slovanů“, která by zobrazovala radosti a strasti jeho vlastního národa i všech ostatních Slovanů.
  • Tent cities, places of high number of tents inhabited by homeless and travelers/vagabonds have also, are also commonly found in major cities in the South, including Austin, Texas, which had passed a restriction on homeless encampments in May 2021.[6]
  • Tent-style tensile structures are used to cover large public areas which include entertainment venues, arenas and retail areas (example: The O2) or sports stadiums (example: Munich Olympic Stadium) and airports (example: Denver International Airport).
  • Tents are used for a wide variety of purposes, including recreation, exploration, military encampment, and public gatherings which include circuses, religious services, theatrical performances, and exhibitions of plants or livestock.
  • Tento program je určen k zapojení studentů všech stupňů amerických vysokých škol do práce zahraničních výzkumných týmů a zároveň je jeho cílem podpořit institucionální kontakty amerických a zahraničních partnerů.  
  • Tenths and hundredths and, occasionally, thousandths of seconds count: World Cup races and Olympic medals have a fewtimes been decided by as little as one or two hundredths of a second, and ties are not unheard of.
  • Tents were used at least as far back as the early Iron Age.[3] They are mentioned in the Bible; for example, in Genesis 4:20 Jabal is described as ‘the first to live in tents and raise sheep and goats’.
  • Tent Sites are also typically off the beaten path, so you don’t have to deal with a lot of foot traffic, while still offering easy access to amazing sites, attractions and parks near you.
  • Tentatively titled Unfinished Business, it queries why slavery still bedevils art, performance, literature, and conceptions of citizenship within the United States.
  • Tents range in size from “bivouac” structures, just big enough for one person to sleep in, up to huge circus tents capable of seating thousands of people.
  • Network

    Anyone can run a Tent server, or write an app or alternative server implementation that uses the Tent protocol.Tent is a protocol for open, decentralized social networking.Tent is inspired by Project Xanadu.[2]
    Tent supports extensible data types so developers can create new kinds of interaction.Tent users share content with apps and each other.Users can take their content and relationships with them when they change or move servers.


    “Pop” tents are designed with spring-loaded frames that erect the tent automatically when released; these are usually hemispheric in shape.A long-common tent, the conical bell tent, has a single large vertical pole at its centre and is circular at ground level.Other kinds of tent include the wall tent, an A-shaped tent raised to accommodate straight, vertical walls beneath the slope of the pyramid; the Baker tent, which is a rectangular fabric lean-to with an open front protected by a projecting horizontal flap; the umbrella tent, which was originally made with internal supporting arms like an umbrella but which later became widely popular with external framing of hollow aluminum; and the cabin tent, resembling a wall tent with walls four to six feet high.Special tent designs include mountain tents, which are designed compactly for use in conditions of extreme cold and heavy snow, and back-packing tents, which use extremely lightweight synthetic fabrics and lightweight metal poles.The simplest form of tent is an extremely portable type carried by individual soldiers in the field.The tepee (q.v.) is a variant of this design.This is a primitive form of the popular pyramidal A-shaped tent.When erected, it consists of a low pyramid, formed by a short, diagonally set pole at either end supporting two lengths of cloth joined together at the top and pegged into the ground at the bottom.

    How big does your family camping tent need to be?

    Most tents are described by the number of people that they can comfortably accommodate overnight – a ‘4 person tent’, for example, sleeps 4 people! But this doesn’t always allow for much more personal space than the size of an adult sleeping mat.This isn’t much of a problem if you are only camping for a night or two, but with a week-long vacation comes a week’s worth of clothes, toiletries, towels, camp shoes and camping games, not to mention all the camping and cooking equipment that also needs to be stored.So if you value your personal space and are likely to have more than a bag full of personal items each, it’s worth choosing one of the larger family camping tents with rooms that accommodate more people than the size of your family.

    How big of a tent do you need for family camping?

    When you’re looking for a camping tent, you should choose a tent slightly larger than the number of people you expect to sleep in the tent.In other words, error on the side of caution and go bigger than you think you’ll need.Why? While it’s possible to fit four people in a typical 4-person tent, the amount of space for each person will be only about the amount of space a typical sleeping bag takes up.If you want room for larger sleeping pads, cots, or simply room for a family dog or a place to stand and dress, you should consider larger tents.

    How durable is your family camping tent?

    For many families, camping trips are the main vacation of the year.So investing in one of the best family camping tents that provides plenty of space, and withstands storms and heat in equal measure is hugely important.But even more critical, is making sure the investment will last more than just a summer or two of outdoor escapades.

    How easy is is to put up your family camping tent?

    In general, the larger the tent, the more difficult it is to put up on your own.But this is not always the case, and if an easy to pitch tent is high on your list of priorities, then some best big tents with a simpler tent designs might be for you.

    How heavy is your family camping tent?

    For once in the camping world, weight and movability of a family camping tent don’t need to be considered too highly.

    How much space do you need?

    The next thing to consider is the space that your tent provides for both sleeping and living.Although unlikely, assume that you will be camping in wet and rainy conditions.You may only have a day of rain, if any, but if there is enough space in your tent to hang out in during bad weather, it will make all the difference to not only the kids enjoyment levels, but also your sanity levels.Having separate sleeping and living space is also essential, especially if you have young kids who will go to bed early.

    Is your tent weatherproof?

    Not all tents are suited to all weather conditions, but even summer tents need to be able to hold up if a storm hits and only the best family camping tents will do this well.Taped, sealed seams will help to keep the wet out, as well as having a rain fly over the top of the main tent that extends all the way to the floor.Many fly sheets are treated with a waterproof coating that can be re-applied as the treatment wears off with time.

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    What is the floor like?

    There are various levels of floor covering in family camping tents.Some come with a separate groundsheet, others with a fully built-in ‘tub-style’ flooring and some that have a built-in inner tent and a porch or vestibule that is floorless altogether.Whilst a built-in floor is good to stop any unwanted bugs and rodents coming in, or water and backsplash from the rain trickling in, some find them less versatile than tents with a separate groundsheet.

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    Which size tent is Best for you?

    Choosing the right size tent is easier than you think! Click the button below to explore more tent sizes…

    Why Choose Tent Camping?

    Tent camping is an experience that is sure to create lasting memories.

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    History of TENT

  • In 2018, Roobee obtained the licenses for storage and exchange of
    cryptocurrencies in European Union and conducted a series of successful
    tests, during which over 5,000 people have so far transferred over $15
    million to blockchain projects, investment and venture funds, with
    around 300,000 potential clients already forming the community of the
    platform’s projects.
  • In 1998, developer Wei Dai proposed an “anonymous, distributed electronic cash system” called B-money.
  • In 2010, the average size of a block on Bitcoin’s blockchain was less than 100 KB and the average fee for a transaction amounted to just a couple of cents.
  • In 2015, Google confirmed using an algorithm called RankBrain to provide the most relevant results to users.
  • In 2018, Skycoin announced a partnership with the colorful John McAfee that later fell apart.
  • (In the 1830s, bull fighting would be outlawed, so Pit Bulls were organized to fight other Pit Bulls). 
  • In 1094 Sancho Ramirez built the nearby Castle of Montearagón with the intention of laying siege to Wasqah but was killed by a stray arrow as he reached the city’s walls.
  • In 1154, the scientist and cartographer al-Idrisi made a map of the world that was better than the world maps Europeans were producing.
  • In 1564, Mistress Dinghen van der Plasse moved from Flanders to London, opening up her own starch making business.
  • In 1613, James I prohibited private token coinage and granted John Harrington, Lord of Exton, a royal patent to produce copper farthing tokens.
  • In 1626, Pieter Schaghen wrote in Dutch of the purchase of “the Island Manhattes” (Manhattan) “from the Indians for the value of 60 guilders.”[8] An early guilder, a 10.61-gram 0.910 silver coin, was minted by the States of Holland and West Friesland in 1680.[9] The original guilder design featured Pallas Athena standing, holding a spear topped by a hat in her right hand,[10] resting with her left forearm on Gospels set on an ornate basis, with a small shield in the legend.
  • In 1626, Pieter Schaghen wrote in Dutch of the purchase of “the Island Manhattes” (Manhattan) “from the Indians for the value of 60 guilders.”[9]
  • In 1642 when the Puritans took control of the Parliament the coining monopoly was abolished and the minting of the patent farthings ceased.
  • In 1648, following several months of civil war, King Charles I was captured, put on trial and then on January 30, 1649, he was beheaded.
  • In 1787, the French physicist and balloon pioneer, Jacques Charles, found that oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and air expand to the same extent over the same 80 kelvin interval.
  • In 1792, a limited number of dismes were minted but never circulated.
  • In 1817, the first coins of the decimal currency were issued, the copper 1 cent and silver 3 guilders.
  • In 1826, gold 5-guilder coins were introduced.
  • In 1840, the silver content of the coinage was reduced (see above) and this was marked by the replacement of the 3-guilder coin by a 2+1⁄2-guilder piece.
  • In 1845, French watchmaker Jean-Adrien Phillippe joined the company, and in 1851, the company’s name was changed to Patek Phillippe S.A.
  • In 1863, the first issue was made of coins denominated in centavos, worth one hundredth of the peso.
  • In 1868 U.S.
  • In 1872, the Englishmen Clark and Woods patented an alloy that would today be considered a stainless steel.
  • In 1877, bronze 2+1⁄2-cent coins were introduced.
  • In 1885, after returning from a visit to Germany, Zimmermann began production of instruments with the Gütter design.
  • In 1885, at the age of 24, she received a Royal Medal for her painting Art Friends….
  • In 1891, Harry Joseph Kelsall (1867–1950), a Lieutenant with the Royal Engineers in Singapore, described a new species of junglefowl based on a live bird held in confinement in the botanic gardens of Singapore (Fig.
  • In 1898 it was discovered that treating morphine with acetic anhydride yields heroin, which is four to eight times as potent as morphine in both its pain-killing properties and its addictive potential.
  • In 1905 a monetary reform was carried out in which the gold content of the peso was reduced by 49.36% and the silver coins were (with the exception of the 1-peso) reduced to token issues.
  • In 1905, the gold content of the peso was reduced by 49.3% but the silver content of the peso remained unchanged (subsidiary coins were debased).
  • In 1907, silver 5-cent coins were replaced by round, cupro-nickel pieces.
  • In 1912, gold 5-guilder coins were reintroduced but the gold coinage was ended in 1933.
  • In 1917 a one-third interest was sold to Willis J.
  • In 1923, the Samoyed Club of America was founded to promote consistent and responsible breeding.
  • In 1927, Landsteiner, who had moved to the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in New York, and as a member of a committee of the National Research Council concerned with blood grouping suggested to substitute Janský’s and Moss’s systems with the letters O, A, B, and AB.
  • In 1939, Asch arranged for the novel, translated by Maurice Samuel under the title The Nazarene, to be published in English both in the United States and in Britain.
  • In 1941, following the German occupation, production of all earlier coin types ceased and zinc coins were introduced by the occupational government for 1, 2+1⁄2, 5, 10 and 25 cents.
  • In 1941, Mars received a patent for his product and began mass-producing the little chocolate in Newark, NJ.
  • In 1947, a new issue of silver coins was struck, with the 50-centavo and 1-peso in .500 fineness and a new 5-peso coin in .900 fineness.
  • In 1948, all half cents and 2+1⁄2 cents were taken out of circulation, though no further production of either denomination had continued after 1940 and 1942, respectively.
  • In 1949, 1 and 2+1⁄2 guilder banknotes were introduced.
  • In 1949, for example, a Portuguese neurologist named Antonio Egas Moniz won the Nobel Prize in medicine for the invention of the prefrontal lobotomy.
  • In 1950, Queen Juliana’s profile replaced the image of Wilhelmina on the obverse (front) of all coins.
  • In 1951, Solomon Asch conducted a social psychological experiment to find out to what extent does a majority group’s social pressure impact an individual to conform.
  • In 1952, Ericson (1952) reported the presence of vitamin B12, folic acid, in various brown and red seaweeds from the Baltic and North Seas, with content values comparable to that in liver.
  • In 1952, Farina visited the U.S.
  • In 1954, 64,500 cars sold in the U.S.
  • In 1957 the city became the focus of world attention over the right of nine black students to attend Central High School under a gradual desegregation plan adopted by the city school board in accordance with the 1954 decision of the U.S.
  • In 1961, Yayoi Kusama, then thirty-two years old, displayed a painting that was thirty-three feet long and almost ten feet high at Stephen Radich Gallery in New York.
  • In 1962 folk music was booming and the label came very close to signing Peter, Paul & Mary; although Wexler and Ertegun pursued them vigorously the deal fell through at the last minute and they later discovered music publisher Artie Mogull had introduced their manager Albert Grossman to Warner Bros.
  • In 1962’s Aquaman #1, by Jack Miller and Nick Cardy (the ongoing series that Aquaman received after being given a spotlight in Showcase, following decades of being a backup feature in More Fun Comics and Adventure Comics), Aquaman and Aqualad are doing some unusual underwater chores when they are shocked by a series of strange events.
  • In 1962’s Aquaman #1, by Jack Miller and Nick Cardy (the ongoing series that Aquaman received after being given a spotlight in Showcase, following decades of being a backup feature in More Fun Comics and Adventure Comics), Aquaman and Aqualad are doing some unusual underwater chores when they are shocked by a series of strange events.
  • In 1963, Pauline Brock arrived back home with a Pharaoh Hound by the name of Bahri of Twinley.
  • In 1964 they approached Jerry Wexler and proposed a merger with Atlantic.
  • In 1964, the company selected a font.
  • In 1964, the firm purchased and renovated the Henry Hicks Home on Hillsborough Street where we remained for over 50 years.
  • In 1967, the first Pharaoh Hound dogs were imported to the United States.
  • In 1968 Resurrection City saw hundreds of tents set up by anti-poverty campaigners in Washington D.C.
  • In 1969, Bushnell and Dabney formed Syzygy with the intention of producing a Spacewar clone known as Computer Space.
  • In 1970 McCall was faced with a potential riot in Portland.
  • in 1973.
  • In 1975, Atari’s Grass Valley, CA subsidiary Cyan Engineering, started the development of a flexible console that was capable of playing the four existing Atari games.
  • In 1975, CBS presented a made-for-television movie about obedience experiments, The Tenth Level, with William Shatner as Stephen Hunter, a Milgram-like scientist.
  • In 1975, for example, Guccione was honored by Brandeis University for focusing “his editorial attention on such critical issues of our day as the welfare of the Vietnam veteran and problems of criminality in modern society”.[23]
  • In 1975, for example, he was honored by Brandeis University for focusing “his editorial attention on such critical issues of our day as the welfare of the Vietnam veteran and problems of criminality in modern society.”[12]
  • In 1976, Guccione used about US $17.5 million of his personal fortune to finance the controversial historical epic pornographic film, Caligula, with Malcolm McDowell in the title role and a supporting cast including Helen Mirren, John Gielgud and Peter O’Toole.
  • In 1977, Rubik’s “Buvös Kocka,” or “Magic Cube,” debuted in Hungarian toy shops.
  • In 1978, Kee Games was disbanded.[22] In December of that year, Nolan Bushnell was fired following an argument with Manny Gerard.
  • In 1979 Meyer founded his own speaker company; early Meyer Sound innovations include the iconic HD-1 self-powered studio monitor launched in 1989.
  • In 1979, a Russian researcher published a study in which foxes were bred for twenty generations on the basis of their ‘tameness’.14 Overtime the physical appearance of the animals and their social and reproductive behavior changed: their pricked ears fell, their color went from silver to veri-colored, they started to vocalize like dogs and the females came into season twice a year instead of the usual once a year.
  • In 1979, newcomer and legendary powerlifter Bill Kazmaier (USA) made his appearance, coming in 3rd after leading much of the competition.
  • In 1979, the Pharaoh Hound was accepted into the Miscellaneous Class in the AKC.
  • In 1979, Toyota introduced and launched their first front-wheel-drive car, the Tercel, and it had its engine longitudinally mounted, unlike most other front-wheel-drive cars on the market at that time.
  • In 1980, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that a micro-organism that had been genetically modified for use in cleaning oil spills was patentable on the grounds that it did not constitute a "product of nature ".
  • In 1982, Columbia formed the Office of Science and Technology Development (OSTD), which took over the administration of the patent application (Mowery et al.
  • In 1983’s WarGames, Matthew Broderick unwittingly hacks into a US military supercomputer, believing it to be a videogame.
  • In 1983, the breed was officially recognized by the AKC.
  • In 1984, Israeli chemist Dan Shechtman found an aluminum-manganese alloy having five-fold symmetry, in breach of crystallographic convention at the time which said that crystalline structures could only have two-, three-, four-, or six-fold symmetry.
  • In 1984, Robert J.
  • In 1984, the Clandestine Services organization, designated STAR WATCHER, was created under DIA with the mission of conducting intelligence collection on perceived areas of conflict and against potential adversaries in developing countries.
  • In 1984, the European Patent Office (EPO) received its first application for a patent of an animal: the genetically modified Harvard Oncomouse.
  • In 1985, the Museum of Modern Art in New York opened a gallery that claimed to exhibit the most-renowned works of contemporary art of the time.
  • In 1986, musician Peter Gabriel wrote a song called “We Do What We’re Told (Milgram’s 37)”, referring mistakenly to the percentage of test subjects who refused to continue administering shocks.
  • In 1989, British-born James Dyson (inventor of dual-cyclone vacuums) and Canada’s IONA Appliances (the predecessor of Fantom Technologies) made a licensing deal in which the company would manufacture and sell a line of commercial dual-cyclonic upright vacuums called Vectron, for SC Johnson Wax, on which Dyson held the patent.
  • In 1990, China’s manufacturing output was a mere 3% of global value, now, that number is close to a quarter of the world’s output in the manufacturing sector.
  • In 1992, Neil Greenberg, from the UTK Department of Zoology and I undertook a campaign to raise funds to purchase the display for the university.
  • In 1992, Rob Halford abruptly left Judas Priest, which entered an extended period of dormancy.
  • In 1994, Sega game systems invested $40 million in Atari in exchange for all patent rights.
  • In 1994, those proportions were 23% and 21%, respectively.
  • In 1995, PreSonus patented digital control over analog circuits with our first studio product.
  • In 1995, the vacuum was renamed the Fantom Thunder (AKA Kenmore Destiny).
  • In 1996, the iframe tag was introduced by Internet Explorer; like the object element, it can load or fetch content asynchronously.
  • In 1996, the new Atari Interactive division failed to revive the company which was taken over by JTS, a maker of computer disk drives that same year.
  • In 1998 President William J.
  • In 1998, 61 statewide initiatives were on the ballots, the lowest in a decade.
  • In 1998, Democratic voters dominated areas of the state with a high percentage of racial minorities and transplanted white liberals from the northeastern United States, known colloquially as “snowbirds”.[208] South Florida and the Miami metropolitan area are dominated by both racial minorities and white liberals.
  • In 1998, developer Carl Strozz introduced the concept of a NoSQL language.
  • In 1998, the Microsoft Outlook Web Access team developed the concept behind the XMLHttpRequest scripting object.[4] It appeared as XMLHTTP in the second version of the MSXML library,[4][5] which shipped with Internet Explorer 5.0 in March 1999.[6]
  • In 1999, Hartsfield–Jackson’s leadership established the Development Program: “Focus On the Future” involving multiple construction projects with the intention of preparing the airport to handle a projected demand of 121 million passengers in 2015.
  • In 1999, Mr.
  • In 2,401 cases, a double claim was made on a single unique address.
  • in 2000 from Jadavpur University, India.
  • In 2000, 76 initiatives made statewide ballots, 17 fewer than what appeared on the ballot in 1996—but still consistent with the decade average of 73 initiatives per election cycle.
  • In 2000, Columbia brought action against Roche Diagnostics (formerly Boehringer Mannheim) for patent infringement, in a complicated case also involving the therapeutic protein erythropoietin (EPO).
  • In 2000, Ed Brown a former race car driver took over as CEO.
  • In 2002, the guilder was replaced by the euro at an exchange rate of 2.20371 guilders = 1 Euro.
  • In 2002, the Licensing Economics Review found in a review of 458 licence agreements over a 16-year period an average royalty rate of 7% with a range from 0% to 50%.[15][16]
    All of these agreements may not have been at “arms length”.
  • In 2003 Harris turned his attention to ancient Rome with his acclaimed Pompeii.
  • In 2003, Guccione’s publishers filed for bankruptcy and he resigned as chairman.
  • In 2003, it renamed the division Atari Interactive.
  • In 2004 most of the criteria, scoring and content of the examination was in its final stages and most of the work was on the organizational and structural design of this new organization.
  • In 2004, 87% of the world illicits opium production was in Afghanistan, making up an estimated 60% of the country's GDP.
  • In 2004, Cohen partnered with his younger brother, Ross Cohen, and Ashwin Navin, an alum of Goldman Sachs and Yahoo, to attempt to create a business around the protocol.
  • In 2005, 2012, and twice in 2013, Haron was convicted of possession of a controlled substance in state court.
  • In 2005, both Griffin and Botts died from cancer at the age of 61.[9][10] In August 2009, Knechtel died of a heart attack at the age of 69,[8] leaving Gates and Royer as the only surviving members of Bread.
  • In 2006, CDOT instituted a new computer software system called SAP.
  • In 2006, for example, he and his colleagues used it to model the devastating impact the expansion of the cattle and soy industries could have in the Amazon basin.
  • In 2006, the third generation of memory foam was introduced.
  • In 2007, Harris wrote a screenplay of his novel Pompeii for director Roman Polanski.
  • In 2007, patent rates within the United States were:[14]
  • In 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint surprised the numismatic world by creating and issuing two very interesting variants of the classic pure gold Maple Leaf one-ounce coin – the world’s largest and purest gold coin ever produced – a 100 kilogram, or 220 pound, “five-nines” fine (or ninety-nine point nine-nine-nine percent pure gold), one million dollar (Canadian) face value coin (although the gold content was worth over TWO million dollars (U.S.) at the time).
  • In 2007, Untangle released the Untangle Gateway Platform under the GPLv2 license, making it the world’s first commercial-grade open source solution for blocking spam, spyware, viruses, adware and unwanted content on the network, providing a free and better alternative to costly, inflexible proprietary appliances.
  • In 2008, Colorado passed landmark legislation improving livestock confinement practices.
  • In 2008, the Vetri Foundation was created, and according to its mission statement, its intention is, “to help kids experience the connection between healthy eating and healthy living.” The foundation accomplishes this in part by partnering with local schools to improve lunch programs––among a growing list of initiatives.
  • In 2009, the draft law was published and made available through Acre’s website, in addition to being sent to 120 people from more than 72 national and international organizations for evaluation and feedback.
  • In 2009, the University of Wisconsin trial published similarly spectacular results.
  • In 2010 a UK team from the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton (NOCS), equipped with an autonomously controlled robot submarine, began mapping the full extent of the trench and discovered black smokers on the ocean floor at a depth of 5 km (3.1 mi), the deepest yet found.[5][6][7] In January 2012, the researchers announced that water exits the vents at a temperature possibly exceeding 450 °C (842 °F), making them among the hottest known undersea vents.
  • In 2010, Avalanche started as a small video production agency.
  • In 2010, beZ bileta’s frontman Vitaly Artist evaluated the portal via Sovetskaya Belorussiya – Belarus’ Segodnya like this, “It is good, by the way, that the site experty.by has appeared – there is interesting content and there are its own music awards too.”[83] In a review of all Belarusian music awards for 2013, Paviel Svierdlov, editor of “KYKY.ORG”, noted the peculiarity of presenting the site’s awards that it ““takes place in a chamber setting, without a concert and other fuss.”[84]
  • In 2010, Disney released the long-anticipated sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic, Tron.
  • In 2010, Hearst sold its stake to Dow Jones.
  • In 2010, it partnered with the New York State Office of Cultural Education to establish the New Netherland Research Center, with matching funds from the State of the Netherlands.
  • In 2010, Mr.
  • In 2010, Royer released a Jimmy Griffin tribute album consisting of songs written by both himself and Griffin.
  • In 2011 his contribution to the economy has been recognised by the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Slovenia, with the highest national business award.
  • In 2011, it contracted to construct and operate for the Toys-R-Us distribution center in Flanders, New Jersey, what was then the largest rooftop solar array ever constructed.[17]
  • In 2011, it passed what’s known as realignment legislation, which reassigned some types of crimes so that those convicted would be sent to county jails instead of to state prisons to serve out their sentences.
  • In 2011–2013, TJ acted as an expert witness in litigation related to the antiviral oseltamivir, in two litigation cases on potential vaccine-related damage (including the vaccine Pandemrix (2015–2017)) and in a labour case on influenza vaccines in healthcare workers in Canada.
  • In 2012, Google launched the Penguin Update to rid search results that were being manipulated by marketers.
  • In 2012, Taryn Lopez used a FLYSPEC (scanning ultaviolet spectrometer) at the highest seismic station on Uturuncu (1–2 km from the degassing area), but SO2 was below the detection limit, implying the emission rate is probably less than ∼10–15 t/d.
  • In 2012, the Central Bureau of Statistics population estimate for the Eilot regional council had risen by 17%, to 3500, while the population of Eilat had risen only slightly (less than 1%) to 47,700 (Central Bureau of Statistics of Israel 2014).
  • In 2012, together with his team, he built a half-kilometre stretch of phantom road in Glacier National Park.
  • In 2013 Kaspersky Labs reported that the Java plug-in was the method of choice for computer criminals.
  • In 2013 Nick Spanos founded Bitcoin Center in New York as the first physical bitcoin exchange, located right next to the New York Stock Exchange.
  • In 2013, Glenn Fleishman undertook a research project with the goal of learning who currently owns the Omni intellectual property, and concluded that the rights to the fiction published in Omni had long since reverted to the original authors (who had only sold first North American publication rights), and that “possibly even the current ostensible owner” may not know who owns the rights to the rest of the content.[18]
  • In 2013, Google released Hummingbird, which functioned as a more efficient core algorithm, encompassing every aspect of the previous algorithm updates.
  • In 2013, The Brain Attack Coalition recommended that stroke transfers occur within 2 hours of patient arrival at the referring stroke center (Alberts, 2013).
  • In 2013, the founding team foresaw the great potential of the blockchain industry to revolutionize the future of the global financial system.
  • In 2013, they added to their coolness by starting to promote products using ethically sustainable gold.
  • In 2014, a man playing a megabucks slot machine in rampart casino hit a $14 million jackpot after playing for five minutes on a $20 bill when the slot paid off.
  • In 2014, Bitnation was under gained media attention when, just before the launch of the crowdsale, three members of the team left the organization with an open resignation letter.
  • In 2014, Ethereum launched a presale for ether, which received an overwhelming response.
  • In 2014, Glyman and Atiyeh started Paribus, which helped online shoppers get automatic price refunds on past purchases.
  • In 2014, Joseph Poon and Thaddeus Dryja were bitcoin-obsessed engineers hanging out at pizza-fueled meetups in San Francisco.
  • In 2014, Nguyen Quoc Huy was appointed as the general director of Green World Construction and Commercial Corporation, bringing with him the expertise of a construction engineer.
  • In 2014, Polis’s chief of staff was quoted saying that Polis was, “either going to move up or move out,” in reference to his desire to be named chairman of the DCCC.[33] Subsequently, in February 2017, Polis was named a regional vice-chair.[34] Four months later, Polis announced his intention to seek the governorship of Colorado.
  • In 2014, the client Popcorn Time allowed for streaming of BitTorrent video files.
  • In 2014–2016, TJ was a member of three advisory boards for Boehringer Ingelheim.
  • In 2015 there has never been stronger sentiment around the potential for an altcoin to eclipse Bitcoin as the future ‘major’ cryptocurrency.
  • In 2015, Chand started accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment for people looking for medical advice, 6 years before Tesla made an announcement that they will potentially accept Bitcoin for payment.
  • In 2015, Spio founded the CEEK Virtual Reality platform, which currently runs as a streaming service for virtual events which enables live events and helps content creators to reach their fans and users through virtual means including virtual reality headsets, gaming consoles, mobile phones, tablets, desktops, laptops and Smart TVs.[7] The CEEK VR platform was expanded into the The CEEK VR App and the CEEK website.[8]
  • In 2015, the agency reported that 33,091 Americans died of a drug overdose involving a prescription or illegal opioid drug.
  • In 2016 Google started rolling out mobile-first indexing.
  • In 2016 they are due to begin a world tour at London’s Wembley Arena before concluding in Japan with the band’s debut performance in the Tokyo Dome.[48]
  • In 2016, it killed some 64,000 Americans, more than double the number in 2005.
  • In 2016, it produced more than seven times the electricity as solar.
  • In 2016, my developing passion in cryptocurrency became my full-time occupation as a NavCoin core developer.
  • In 2016, the United Nations Human Rights Council released a non-binding resolution condemning intentional disruption of Internet access by governments.
  • In 2017 – dubbed the year of the cryptocurrency – Ethereum experienced many large fluctuations, and the wallet Parity was frozen for a time due to potential security threats.
  • In 2017 following an ICO that reportedly raised $18.9 million, Enjin has been building a suite of user-centric blockchain products that aims to enable anyone to create, manage, trade, store, explore, distribute, and integrate blockchain assets.
  • In 2017, 10 years after its original release, the 2007 model was recalled due to a defect in the vehicle’s airbags, where it could potentially explode in front of the driver and its occupants when activated in both minor and major accidents, posing a threat to passengers.[citation needed]
  • In 2017, Bitcoin prices rose from about $1,000 to a high of more than $19,000 before dropping to where it is now as of June 2020—about $9,700. Initial coin offerings (ICOs) raised more than $3.7 billion in 2017 with a series of new cryptocurrencies hitting the market.
  • In 2017, Bitcoin rocked the market by reaching an unforeseen peak of $19,783.
  • In 2017, Bitcoin was winning.
  • In 2017, Florida became the United States’ eighth largest exporter of trade goods.
  • In 2017, global online revenues contributed to more than 10% of all gaming revenues, with projections made for this market value to increase by 50% in the next 4 years.
  • In 2017, Harvard University genomics pioneer George Church teamed up with two young scientists to launch Nebula Genomics, a sequencing service with an emphasis on transparency with regard to how genomic data are used.
  • In 2017, Nick Spanos turned his attention to a new blockchain project — Zap.
  • In 2017, the currency was even ranked 14e on CoinMarketCap, which had attracted a flow of investors interested in its potential.
  • In 2017, the International Labor Organization estimated that of the migrant worker population, 20.2 million originate from Southeast Asia.
  • In 2017, when Bitcoin and other altcoin projects were gaining a lot of attention, Sia also gained attention over the summer when the coin price shot from well under $0.01 USD to around $0.10 USD.
  • In 2017, you couldn’t go far without hearing about ‘bitcoin’ and ‘blockchain’ – mysterious technologies which were set to revolutionize payments and the underlying infrastructure of our beloved World Wide Web.
  • In 2017, Brave crowdfunded $35M in 30 seconds during its Basic Attention Token (BAT) ICO, geared toward compensating advertisers and users.
  • In 2018 Coinbase launched their independent mobile wallet for iOS and Android investor protection in your or.
  • In 2018 Coinbase launched their independent mobile wallet for iOS and Android.
  • In 2018 Julia Julia is appointed managing director.With RDAI, Denis and Julia transcend the borders between architecture, interior architecture and design.
  • In 2018 Nebula announced a different business model, where participants could have their  whole genome sequenced for no out-of-pocket cost.
  • In 2018, developer/Publisher Pixowl decided to bring this successful User Generated Content gaming IP and large community of creators from mobile to the blockchain ecosystem.
  • In 2018, in a Medium post entitled “Satoshi’s Second Gift: The Renewable Energy Bounty Program”, McKibbin laid out his theory on how Bitcoin’s pseudonymous inventor Satoshi Nakamoto, inadvertently or deliberately, encouraged clean energy production.
  • In 2018, it landed $300 million in investments from GlaxoSmithKline in order for the pharma giant to gain exclusive access to the company’s DNA database.
  • In 2018, Numerai set out to expand the potential use cases of NMR with the launch of the Erasure Protocol.
  • In 2018, Roobee conducted a series of successful tests, during which over 5,000 people have so far transferred the equivalent of over $15 million in crypto to blockchain projects, investment and venture funds, with around 300,000 potential clients already forming the community of the platform’s projects.
  • In 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) offered informal guidance on this topic in the form of enforcement activities, statements, and speeches.
  • In 2018, the team launched the Nexo platform, offering the world’s first crypto credit lines that allowed digital asset holders to obtain fiat and stablecoin loans against their cryptocurrency, and thus setting the foundations of the crypto lending niche.
  • In 2018, when Audius was looking into decentralized storage, they needed a system that would enable routing and addressing of large amounts of content in a decentralized way for their content streaming network.
  • In 2019 Bitcoin Gold will be working on enabling private transactions.
  • In 2019 revenue in 2020 & 2021 & interviews from Thinkful employees in New York City career…
  • In 2019 the company launches its mainnet and Q2 ought to mark QuarkChain core 2.0 release.
  • In 2019 the company launches its mainnet and Q2 should mark QuarkChain core 2.0 release.
  • In 2019, Aveco won the IBC Innovation Award in the “Content Everywhere” category.
  • In 2019, Majestic launched Link Context, a new tool that gives you insights into what content surrounds every backlink you check, including text, other internal and external links, images, whether the main link is an editorial or directory link and much more.
  • In 2019, Ternio was announced as an Amazon Advanced Tech Partner due to this scalability.
  • In 2019, the capitalization of this market counted more than 200 billion USD with all the forecasts showing that it only tends to grow exponentially.
  • In 2019, the company rebranded itself as Education Ecosystem, expanded their content topics and shifted to focus on monetizable projects.[19][20][21] The company announced a $10 million token crowdfunding starting on “Jan.
  • In 2019, the team is aiming first and foremost to launch their blockchain and swap the current ERC20 tokens for the new Theta tokens.
  • In 2020 Aerospace and Automotive OEM IT Departments and Purchase Managers can now begin Tokenizing their precision hardware part supply chains right at their point of production using SyncFab’s Manufacturing Blockchain Network!
  • In 2020 the government announced another structural review with intention of unitary local governance across the county council and York with an overarching elected executive mayor.[27][28]
  • In 2020 UAE Based OE1X invested in Cashaa.
  • In 2020, BitTorrent passed another milestone when it announced
    that it had notched up 2 billion installations of its torrent client software.
  • In 2020, blog posts won’t cut it anymore.
  • In 2020, test different platforms and follow the best practices for it to see if you can build a following, improve your online presence and get traffic.
  • In 2020, the average daily trading volume of the entire cryptocurrency market fluctuated in the approximate range of $50-$200 million.
  • In 2020, the community has seen the launch of Omen with over 2,800 unique users, over 260 markets created leading to over $6 million in bets across Omen Markets.
  • In 2020, the importance of local search engine optimization, or local SEO, cannot be overstated.
  • In 2020, the price of the coin can be $0.00758.
  • In 2020, Dave released the Karma 3 mixtape and celebrated the tenth anniversary of Change Of Plans (2010), the mixtape that started it all.
  • In 2021, February and March ended up giving Nxt-ID’s shareholders a wild roller-coaster ride.
  • In 2021, it is vital to manage expectations internally that SEO will not increase revenue by itself.
  • In 2021, the Arthur C.
  • In 2021, the Cardano (ADA) price added 133.
  • In 2022, the RLC price can reach $1.
  • In 2023, iExec RLC coin will go up to more than $1 and down to $0.5.
  • In 2023, the price can go down again to the point of $84.
  • In 2024, the tendency of the previous year will remain.
  • In 2025, the rate can go up to $0.0379.
  • In 2364, the new flagship of the United Federation of Planets, Starfleet’s USS Enterprise, travels to the planet Deneb IV for its maiden voyage.
  • In the 1920s, farm production had increased dramatically thanks to mechanization, more potent insecticides and increased use of fertilizer.
  • In the 1920s, the University of Florida was the state’s only institution of higher learning where a white male could continue his education.[3] During the same time, the leadership of the state was male, predominantly those from Florida.
  • In the 1930s, the Pharaoh Hound was imported into England but documentation was scarce and inconsistent for the breed.
  • In the 1950s and 1960s, Swiss graphic designers including Gerstner, Ruder, and Müller-Brockmann devised modular grid systems like the one shown here.
  • In the 1950s British cybernetician Gordon Pask designed an adaptive teaching machine called SAKI, an early example of “e-learning”.
  • In the 1950s, a former Superior Court Judge, a former Clerk of Court, and a Wake Forest University Trustee came together and formed Hatch, Little & Bunn with the mission of providing unmatched legal services to individuals and businesses in a friendly environment where every client receives the utmost in personal attention.
  • In the 1950s, the American Decca studios were located in the Pythian Temple in New York City.[4]
  • In the 1960s, Lyndon B.
  • In the 1970s and 1980s anti-nuclear peace camps spread across Europe and North America, with the largest women’s-only camp to date set up at the Greenham Common United States RAF base in Newbury, England to protest cruise missiles during the Cold War.
  • In the 1970s, sound reinforcement technology was inconsistent science at best, and at worst, led to show-ending failures.
  • In the 1970s, we designed the popular lightweight camping tent, the Free Spirit.
  • In the 1980s she sued Atlantic for unpaid royalties; although Atlantic, which prided itself on treating artists fairly, had stopped paying royalties to some musicians.
  • In the 1980s, the Historically Informed performances (or HIP movement), defined by their intent to perform music in the manner of the musical era in which it was conceived, blamed Romanticism and Wagner’s conducting school for slowing down Beethoven’s music performances [3, 7].
  • In the 2010s it became popular for applicants to provide an electronic version of their CV to employers using email, an online employment website, or a job-oriented social-networking-service website, for example LinkedIn.
  • On 1 July 2011, Jupp Heynckes was named head coach of Bayern Munich.
  • On 1 July 2020, Contento signed with 2.
  • On 10/03/2021, the Oraichain team held an AMA on the Crypto Players India community with the attendance of our CEO, CTO, CPO and AI Lead.
  • On 14 November 2014, Li gained considerable attention from Internet music publications regarding her cover of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home”, performed the night prior at London’s Eventim Apollo.
  • On 3 June 1898, Lord Kelvin helped monetise the technology by sending the first paid-for radio telegram.
  • On 31/03/2021, Oraichain and VAIOT held a joint AMA in both Oraichain and VAIOT groups.
  • On 5 January 2015, Li posted a picture on her Instagram account, in which she announced her temporary retirement.
  • On 6 January, he was the president of the United States: probably the most powerful man in the world.
  • On 7 January Facebook decided: no longer.
  • On 9 March 2019, Ugas fought his first career title fight, against Shawn Porter for the WBC welterweight title.