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While RPL, which is a part of the Nifty, closed 1.2% lower at Rs 76.20 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
India News Digest: Slump-hit Retailers Look to Small Towns For Relief 2009
The health department said the RPL was a tool to assist in addressing escalating costs in the private health sector.
Nominated by career mentor and one-time boss at RPL, Michael Colford, Sloan was selected by the editors of Library Journal from a competitive group of nominations…
Library Journal Names 2010 Paraprofessional of the Year « ResourceShelf 2010
Emerging Technology runs the gamut in public libraries, from libraries doing things that individuals might consider “old” to examples like RPL that do a bit of everything, testing and trying and exploring.
Delicious: Jason uses it as a dumping ground/external memory; RPL has a delicious account for local history research.
Not only another language this time RPL, but an entirely different platform.
Another smackdown of Dembski & Marks - The Panda's Thumb 2009
Twitter: Jason updates once a month or so; RPL has no Twitter presence.
Message Board: Jason has none beyond blog comments; RPL uses free service called Boards2Go.com.
Blogging: Jason has blogged since 2006; RPL has multiple internal and external blogs fed by broad group of library stakeholders.
Gaming: Jason has lost his edge, since his son is now his entertainment; RPL has a Wii for use in the branches, but no games for loan.
alexz commented on the word RPL
"With the assistance of Cisco distinguished engineer Jeff Apcar, The Register has taken a dive under the skin of the IPv6 Routing Protocol for Low-Power and Lossy Networks (RPL, pronounced “ripple”), a key emerging IETF standard for routing Internet of Everything messages.". http://m.theregister.co.uk/2013/08/30/wtf_is_rpl/
August 30, 2013