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Thursday, February 12, 2004 Issue 1   VOLUME 4 ISSUE 1  
In this issue...
Understanding Camera Specifications
The Difference Between Jukeboxes, Towers and CD/DVD Servers
Sage Advice From Children

Understanding Camera Specifications
What does it all mean
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To select the right camera for your application, it is important to understand the specifications that are used. The specifications include: resolution, light sensitivity, frame rate, color or black/white, lenses, interface – network attached or analog video, etc.  The specifications will help you select the right camera for your application. For example, the resolution of the camera will determine if you can recognize a person’s face, or if you just can tell if there is someone there. The light sensitivity of the camera determines if the camera can be used at night or even in bright sunlight. This article helps you understand the terms used, so you can select the best camera for your application.
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The Difference Between Jukeboxes, Towers and CD/DVD Servers
The pros and cons of the different technology
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There are a number of products available that make it easy to use CD or DVD discs. Some products are better for archiving information while other products are better for accessing or reading the data. Here is the information you need to select the right product for your application.
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Sage Advice From Children
Kids say the best things

Never trust a dog to watch your food.
     Patrick, Age 10

When you want something expensive, ask your grandparents.
     Matthew,Age12

Never talk back to a teacher whose eyes and ears are twitching.
     Andrew, Age 9

Wear a hat when feeding seagulls.
     Rocky, Age 9

Sleep in your clothes so you'll be dressed in the morning.
     Stephanie, Age 8

Never try to hide a piece of broccoli in a glass of milk.
     Rosemary, Age 7


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