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- adverb In a
- adverb Using
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- adverb by means of technology
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There is one slighty hiccup, as some of you may be aware I am what you call technologically challenged, hence animation is well beyond my skill set.
THOMPKINS: Ethiopia says it can't afford to remain technologically unsuited to progress.
As to other destinations yes we are not that far off (about 10-15 years or so) technologically from a sustained presence on the Moon.
Going to the moon and having the capability to master aerospace technology is important only if this this country, this civilization wishes to remain technologically competent.
How Obama Will Use Web Technology at Tech Crunch examines what we can expect technologically from the new administration.
As for job losses, not only is Sen. McCain technologically illiterate but he also has no business sense at all.
The mystery aspect of the story was serviceable if perhaps slightly off-putting to witness seemingly present-day detective techniques used in technologically archaic times; for example, the equivalent of a hotel ledger being recorded on reeds.
“If digital cocooning represents future trends, it is understandable that such digital alienation mushrooms in technologically-advanced Korea faster than other countries,” he said.
What may get lost or ignored in this step backwards technologically is that P2P poses a different set of risks and benefits.
Not only do they live in technologically rich households, but they are more likely to have their own computer at home and to be able to use it in a private space.