Integrating CD-R/RW into PCs: The Time Has Come
- CD-R on the safe side: Seven rules of successful CD recording. Parker, Dana J. // EMedia Professional;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p71
Suggests some tips on successful compact disc (CD) recording on the CD-recordable (CD-R). Defragment of the hard disk; Use of a partition for staging input; Creation of a real image.
- Hardware. // EMedia Professional;Aug98, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p17
Introduces several compact disc (CD) hardware solutions. Includes CD-recordable (CD-R) duplicator tower from Procom Technology; StarWriter 100 and 300 series CD-R duplicators from Otari Inc.; Discmatic CD-Cooker MD101 standalone duplicator from Chugai Boyeki.
- Why the PC Will Not Die. Gates, Bill // Bulletin with Newsweek;06/01/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6176, p103
Focuses on the increasing popularity of the personal computer as of June 1, 1999. Reasons, including the decrease in prices and an increase in power of the hardware and software; Abilities of the personal computer; Outlook for continued success of the personal computer.
- Windows Vista: switch over now or never? Straub, Martin // Wenatchee Business Journal;May2008, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p32
The article discusses several issues to consider when transferring from Windows XP to Windows Vista. It notes that hardware drivers are supported with Vista and majority of printers, cameras and other peripherals work with Vista. It states that Virtual Personal Computer (PC) is a free product...
- Single-bit output ports use unused address space. Labrosse, Jean J. // Electronic Design;10/3/94, Vol. 42 Issue 20, Engineering Software p36ES
Features a write-only device, 74HC259, used in applications requiring only single-bit output. Eight-bit addressable latch; Availability of EPROM address space for write-only devices; Control of devices the functions on a simple ON and OFF command; Illustration on how to use EPROM address space...
- Processing digital color images: From capture to display. Allenbach, Jan P. // Physics Today;Dec92, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p32
Examines the processes involved in electronic imaging systems and explains how to get devices in such systems to communicate in a manner that preserves color fidelity and is transparent to the user. Digital color providing a common language with which devices that `see' colors differently may...
- From photons to bits. Khosla, Rajinder P. // Physics Today;Dec92, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p42
Discusses the role of integrated circuitry, particularly charge-coupled devices, in the burgeoning technology of digital imaging. Image capturing and processing techniques in traditional photography, analog electronic imaging, and digital imaging; Solid-state devices; Conversion degradation;...
- Color in electronic displays. Tannas Jr., Lawrence E. // Physics Today;Dec92, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p52
Discusses how an electronic display uses many small, discrete, spatially independent building blocks called pixels to create an image and how this is done in two important examples of electronic displays, shadow-mask cathode-ray tubes and matrix-addressed flat-panel displays. Electronic...
- Taking the mice by force. O'Malley, Chris // Popular Science;Jun93, Vol. 242 Issue 6, p49
States that in yet another attempt to reinvent the mouse, a patented technology called the force-sensing resistor is bringing a tactile dimension to computer input devices. Details on the force-sensing resistor, or FSR; Development by Interlink Electronics; DuraPoint and PortaPoint pointing...