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  • v. Present participle of timestamp.


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  • As created_at and updated_at are known as timestamping, I refer to my creator and updater attributes as "user stamping."

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  • Of course, they dropped the ball and their timestamping system screwed everyone who filed immediately.

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  • Anyway, Amy did most of the video transcription and I did the timestamping.

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  • That might not be a virtue in medical transcription, but for TV interviews, especially when they are for timestamping, getting every word correctly isn't worth it.

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  • OK, I sort of kind of figured out the timestamping.

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  • Bellcore scientists who pioneered the concept of trusted digital timestamping.

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  • Cherokee server but ran into a lot of buffers are being dropped and a timestamping problem.

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  • Unfortunately, I think his post was stuck hours or days behind, thanks to the timestamping "glitch" on the site, so no one read it.


  • With these new products, engineers can achieve improved synchronisation and timecode capabilities in PXI systems, which is important for synchronising multiple systems, precisely timestamping events and improving measurement accuracy in automated test and data acquisition applications.

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  • What's New in This Release: [read full changelog] · Use server timestamping technique to prevent server side Analyze scan when nothing has changed on server.

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