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  • The 112.8 million blogs and their participants, the hundreds of social bookmarking sites and their users, the dozens of social networking sites and their millions of members, and the numerous authority sites are intercon - nected in an intricate lacework of branches resembling the treelike projections of a neuron, called dendrites.

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  • Open data, the BBC, and 'the virality and intercon ...

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  • I mean, the problem with the Cascades and the Sierras, it is the first line of defense when the storms come into the intercon USA so, they just get hammered.

    CNN Transcript Dec 19, 2007

  • The lines are intercon - nected via remote bridges (Vitalink).

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  • The Satellite Wideband was a domestic 3 Mbit/sec network that had been used for research into the use of packet satellite technology to efficiently support applications with varying delay, throughput, and reliability requirements, e.g., interconnection of distri - buted operating system clusters, development of end-to-end bulk transfer protocols, multimedia conferencing, intercon - nection real-time interactive simulation/training systems.

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  • "These things are so intercon - tional" model, says Woodward.

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  • In meeting the challenges of an intercon - well as current and future generations. nected world, organizations can look forward to formidable capabilities among the ranks of future leaders.

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  • As broadcasters, we live in exciting times: cross-platform systems have been running amuck, technologies have converged, and equipment intercon-nectivity has never been easier!

    TV Technology

  • I just finished my user keynote address at the social networking ane ebusiness conference 2009 here in the grand ballroom of hotel intercon.

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  • Just one example of integrated curriculum here, "The Circus" illustrates how subjects such as math, physical education, social studies, art and music can all become intercon - nected and related, as opposed to being viewed by students as separate, stand-alone sub - jects.

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