from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Naval, in station-keeping, one of the stern-lights displayed by each ship in line, to regulate the speed of the following ship if station is to be kept properly.


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  • (TTM: ~7y, STM: sponsored by heavy banking industry to open-up consumers): have travelled from early experimental internet to the gray napsteric zones, masked in skypish applications to land through Big Fish in the B2B space as a feature of datacenter operating systems/"branch cache" how it is called in MSFT (TTM: ~15y, STM: integration into the mosaic, identity change): has travelled from academia to consumers in speed-light (less than a decade to launch project Natal) (TTM: ~10y, STM: innovation transforms the product)

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