Henninger eases the Evils of DVD production by keeping it In-House
- A lesson with my year 7 class. Newcombe, David // Mathematics Teaching;Sep94, Issue 148, p23
Narrates events in a mathematics class of David Newcombe. Start of lesson; Introduction of new class activity; Success of new lesson.
- Newcomb to Head TTI Materials and Pavement Division. // Texas Transportation Researcher;2015, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p15
The article announces the appointment of the "Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) senior research engineer David Newcomb as head of the TTI Materials and Pavement Division in Texas.
- DVD: Breathtaking sight and sound, significant challenges. Wright, Maury // EDN;08/15/97, Vol. 42 Issue 17, p47
Discusses digital versatile disc (DVD) technology focusing on the design. Comparison with CD-ROM media; How to effectively integrate DVD into a system; Capacity of DVD-ROM media; DVD use in the computer industry; Availability of DVD add-on kits; What to consider before purchasing a DVD system;...
- No DVD for now. Vizard, Frank // Popular Science;Oct96, Vol. 249 Issue 4, p40
Reports that the 1996 introduction of the digital versatile disc (DVD), which is the next generation format for home video and computers, has been delayed until 1997. Movie studio concern over unauthorized copying being the reason for the delay.
- A rose by any other name couldn't hold this much data. Vandendorpe, Laura // R&D Magazine;Jul97, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p24
Looks at a data storage device called DVDs (Digital Video Discs). Features of the storage device; Comments from Anthony Pietrzykoski, an independent DVD consultant formerly with Time-Warner. INSET: Terms to know..
- Experience the Dazzling Visual Difference. Sterritt, David // Christian Science Monitor;2/11/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 56, p13
Focuses on the advantages of digital video disc (DVD) technology on the home video industry, and increased visual vocabulary offered.
- Vendors: End Of Rewritable DVD Storm In Sight. Olenick, Doug // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics;1/9/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p126
Focuses on the performance of digital video disk (DVD) market in the U.S. as of January 2003. Strategies adopted by various DVD companies for the promotion of their products; Advantages of DVD-Random access memory media; Reasons for the popularity of rewriteable DVD.
- With DVD demand up, are increased player sales far behind? Traiman, Steve // Billboard;04/04/98, Vol. 110 Issue 14, p61
Discusses the rise in the retail sales of DVD's. The need for player demand to catch up; Sales data; The citing of DVD as the key factor in boosting the Musicland Group's bottom line in the fourth quarter ending December 31, 1997.
- The driving question: Where are the DVD-ROM titles... Block, Debbie Galante // EMedia Professional;Jan1997, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p53
Discusses the reluctance of manufacturers in the United States to release digital video disc (DVD) titles and drives. Reason for their reluctance to roll out DVD titles; Hopes of hardware manufacturers for 1998; Issues faced by DVD technology.