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  • v. Present participle of futureproof.

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Examples

  • Now apparently, according to an article in The Guardian on October 20th, it has come top in the Sustainable Cities Index for both quality of life and 'futureproofing' how well we're addressing issues such as climate change, recycling and biodiversity.

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  • Burgess, writing in 1961, had envisaged the book as being set in 1972, but introduced the highly stylized speech and fashions as a means of 'futureproofing'

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  • I actually had someone say “futureproofing the business” the other day and almost wet myself

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  • We need to start futureproofing our discipline now by laying the groundwork for that non-confrontational, informal virtual experience we'll be having in a few decades time.

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  • Capabilities of currently widely used browsers should be a consideration, as should futureproofing for new browsers.

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  • That's actually not a terrible deal if you're into futureproofing, ...

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  • Of course, a good CPU is a bonus, but if you really want futureproofing the Quads will do fine but more expensive.

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  • Quad Core is better with futureproofing if you have any applications that are coded to utilize all 4 cores effectively. fzhfzh is a 3700M user as explained above.

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  • Telstra's rural presence plan: it's all about futureproofing

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  • Most of the RFPs and the most of the bidders and providers involved in those metro-scale networks already include components in their networks that should allow some futureproofing, such as WiMax-like components for backhaul (which will be used for T-1 replacement for muni and business users).

    Wi-Fi Networking News

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