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  • The K-x features a new Cross Process mode that automatically and randomly adds finishing touches to exposures to create eye-catching images with unique, intriguing colors (just like images treated with Cross Process* in film photography).

    Gizmodo

  • It is notorious that von Neumann (1932) proposed that the observer's consciousness is somehow related to what he called Process I, otherwise known as the collapse postulate or the projection postulate, which in his book is treated on a par with the Schrödinger equation (his Process II).

    ...anything but love...

  • Each phase of my approach applies an aspect of what I call the Process of Shedding—a rethinking, removal, and recovery on many levels from harmful beliefs and choices that simply frees up the radiance waiting within you.

    The Truth About Beauty

  • This is what we call a Process Table, and it's part of the new release of Antoine and his team for this amazing piece of work, direct result of our

    IT|Redux Feed Digest

  • (The Lefkoe Stimulus Process is effective with classical conditioning.)

    Morty Lefkoe: Boy, was I wrong in my last eating blog post!

  • The second part of the Storytelling Process is discipline.

    The Art and Craft of Storytelling « Write Anything

  • The Hall-Heroult Process is a tremendous user of electricity, which means that every can has a significant global warming impact, to the extent that recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a 100-watt bulb for 20 hours, a computer for 3 hours, or a TV for 2 hours.

    J Henry Fair: Hungarian Bauxite

  • Process is more explicit in patents because of the claim structure.

    IPSC: final plenary

  • De Beers and the rest of the diamond industry have taken steps toward correcting the "blood diamond" problem, but the solution they devised, known as the Kimberly Process, is full of flaws and loopholes.

    A Conversation with Tom Zoellner, author of The Heartless Stone

  • Browsers like Firefox have a massive amount of power, and provide a platform for so much more, I think the move to Multi-Process is great and is the key that could unlock the next level in the evolution of the best web browser ever.

    Firefox Joining The Multi-Process Movement | Lifehacker Australia

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