World of Danfoss

Door Danfoss op zaterdag 8 december 2007 17:51 - Reacties (3)
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On this blog i will post my adventures in World of Danfoss.
World of Danfoss is the world where my World of Warcraft characters live, eat and fight in.

The main character in the story will be Stardancer. A Troll mage full of fire.
Stardancer is currently 40 years old. In World of Danfoss a person is considered to be a in the strenght of his life when he reaches the age of 70.

The World of Danfoss is a beautifull world full of wonderfull creatures and cities.

The past 40 years Stardancer developed into a fine young character, serving the Horde factions with his questing and grinding sessions.

Just after Stardancer became the age of 40 he received a riding pet for his duties.

Now on his Raptor pet he storms the badlands looking for experience points.

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Door Shinji, dinsdag 20 augustus 2013 00:35

Hi Kamper Bob,Having just replaced a 2-yr old deep cycle RV baertty, only to have the new one totally discharged within 3 days, I m very, very interested in the baertty monitor you mention. Is it a device of your own creation, or could an absolute electrical dummy install one? I m so glad you're doing this blog I have a 13 Scamp that I would like to customize with uber cool features similar to what you're doing, so you are serving is my Chilton Manual. Thanks for taking the time to put your experience into words.CathyBIdaho

Door denied insurance life, zaterdag 31 augustus 2013 17:00

Great site everything you have done and show is a great help to us new guitarists…I must agree with Lisa the videos portions help a great deal and they make it much easier to learn…My question to you is this…could you or more would you do a few videos of some of the songs you have listed mabye like “Take me home country roads” or “Puff the magic dragon” (for my kids) :leaving on a jet plane” I for one would appreciate it very much…any song would do but those are my choices but anything you could put together would be fantastic..Thanks again for you dedication to the site guitar playing and all your help thus far…thanks again.Dave

Door free life insurance quote, zondag 1 september 2013 11:11

The method is about navigating through a photo gallery using a touch screen. I'd say the human-machine interaction here is technical and the implied graphical effects don't detract from that.Claim 1 reads (the physical object being your finger):"A computer-implemented method, comprising:at a device with a touch screen display:detecting a first movement of a physical object on or near the touch screen display;while detecting the first movement, translating a first digital object displayed on the touch screen display in a first direction, wherein the first digital object is associated with a set of digital objects; characterized in that:in response to display of a previously hidden edge of the first digital object and continued detection of the first movement,displaying an area beyond the edge of the first digital object;after the first movement is no longer detected, translating the first digital object in a second direction until the area beyond the edge of the first digital object is no longer displayed;detecting a second movement of the physical object on or near the touch screen display; andin response to detecting the second movement while the previously hidden edge of the first digital object is displayed, translating the first digital object in the first direction and displaying a second digital object in the set of digital objects."First you slide with your finger the photo being displayed a bit to the side and let loose, after which the photo snaps back. Then you slide with your finger the photo to the side for a second time, after which the photo slides away and the next photo appears.According to the court's interpretation of the claim, it is mandatory that the photo snaps back after the first sliding movement. In the closest prior art (WO 03/081458) the first slide may already bring in the next photo (or rather, digital object) depending on how far you slide.The court's interpretation seems incorrect to me. Maybe it can be derived from the description, but it simply does not follow from the claim. The claim certainly can be read as describing one way of using the closest prior art, so it's not new. In my unhumble opinion, if something else was meant Apple should have formulated the claim more carefully. (As an aside, it is interesting that a mobile phone can directly infringe a method of using the phone. Seems to me there could at most be contributory infringement of claim 1 by a phone.)The Galaxy S, S II and Ace actually normally use the method of the closest prior art (i.e. the first sliding movement results either in snapping back or snapping to the next photo), except when the user has zoomed in on the photo currently being displayed. In the latter case, two sliding movements are indeed necessary to get to the next photo.The Galaxy Tab uses the method of the closest prior art even when the user has zoomed in, so does not infringe the claim as interpreted by the court.Interestingly, Apple argued that the two sliding movements are completely independent (see par. 4.21). That is, Apple effectively admitted that the claim is anticipated by the closest prior art. The court rejected this argument mainly based on the distinction between claim 1 and the closest prior art(!!).

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