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Definition of patent Laws
[January 22, 2013 – 11:34 pm]
Definition of patent Laws

These related patents pertain to a system and method for streaming media to a viewer and managing the media. The patents in question define media to include audio, video, and other data,which is a rather broad definition for media. Based on this definition of media then it would seem that what Facebook does to push data to a user s news feed could be generally captured within what is described in these patents. That is not to say that I think Single Touch will be ultimately successful, but there is at least on its face a plausible connection to what is covered in these patents…

Definition of Patent ductus arteriosus
[February 19, 2013 – 11:35 am]
Definition of Patent ductus arteriosus

Patent Ductus Arteriosus. Definition. Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a heart defect that occurs when the ductus arteriosus (the temporary fetal blood. Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a condition in which the ductus arteriosus does not close. (The word "patent" means open.) The ductus arteriosus is a. Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a heart problem that affects some babies soon. In some babies, however, the ductus arteriosus remains open (patent).

Definition of Human Resources Shared Services
[November 14, 2011 – 06:42 pm]
Definition of Human Resources Shared Services

The term “shared services” goes back over 15 years.  Many credit David Ulrich as the inventor of the term because it appears in his 1997 book HR Champions, which gave the shared services concept a big boost.  But Ulrich actually used the term to describe what certain companies were already doing.  In fact, the shared services term and concept began in finance several years before Ulrich’s book.  I, myself, got my start in shared services (and, yes, we used the term back then) at Georgia-Pacific Corporation in 1994. Read More For the past three years, the Shared Services Institute…

Definition of Human Resources Philosophy
[February 11, 2013 – 02:05 pm]
Definition of Human Resources Philosophy

Claire Creffield moves in the direction of a constructive conversation between atheists and believers. This article appears in Issue 60 of The Philosophers’ Magazine. Please support TPM by subscribing. I didn’t warm to Alain de Botton’s suggestion, in his book Religion for Atheists , that we should start building “atheist temples”, because not far from my house there is already a splendid one. Among its many beautiful features are several columns made of Frosterley marble, crammed with highly polished fossilised corals. The presence of these fossils invites the viewer to see…

Definition of Human Resources Employees
[February 5, 2013 – 07:54 pm]
Definition of Human Resources Employees

On February 4, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule implementing two expansions of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). The rule was issued to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Act. One of the expansions provides families of eligible veterans with the same FMLA-protected leave available to families of military servicemembers. It also provides leave to more military families for activities that come up when a current servicemember is deployed. The second expansion clarifies how the FMLA applies to airline personnel and flight crews…

Definition of Human resources Development
[February 19, 2013 – 01:07 pm]
Definition of Human resources Development

Human Resource Development (HRD) is the framework for helping employees develop their personal. What Is a Human Resource - Definition of a Human Resource. Human Resources Development (HRD) as a theory is a framework for the expansion of human. and the Contested Definitions of Human Resource Development.

Definition of Human Resources approach
[February 15, 2013 – 02:17 pm]
Definition of Human Resources approach

After writing one of my most positive and open posts, it’s probably odd to follow with a completely negative one. Make no mistake, I value the input, knowledge and trust of the people in my network, but every day my tweet streams, rss feeds and facebook newsfeeds become more and more saturated with the HR/talent/E2.0 get rich quick schemes. Case in point; I logged in this morning and the first tweet I saw was something along the line of “Five sure fire ways to get fast content for your organization’s blog.” I… just… can’t… do… it. I can’t keep reading them. I’m no genius, and…

Definition of Human Resources and Industrial relations
[February 15, 2013 – 12:00 am]
Definition of Human Resources and Industrial relations

Australians have faced up to it - our workplaces can be very nasty places.  The victims of workplace bullying are too often left jobless, angry, uncompensated, lonely, panic-stricken wrecks. A new independent right to complain about workplace bullying announced by the Gillard Government is a major step in the way we contemplate workplace rights.  But will it work? The details are scant; Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten says the plan would allow the Fair Work Commission to try to solve disputes or refer matters back to state workplace safety authorities. The Commission…

Definition of goodwill impairment charge
[February 19, 2013 – 11:36 am]
Definition of goodwill impairment charge

Artio Global Investors, Inc. (ART) Q4 2012 Earnings Call February 14, 2013, 8:00 a.m. ET Executives Peter Sands – Head of Investor Relations Tony Williams – CEO Frank Harte – CFO Rudolph-Riad Younces – Head of International Equity Rachael Braverman – VP, Counsel Matthew Chodos – VP Artio Global Analysts Adam Beatty – Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Michael Kim – Sandler O’Neill Bill [Inaudible] – Citigroup Presentation Operator Operator Good morning and welcome to the Artio Global Investors fourth quarter and year-end 2012 earnings call. (Operator Instructions) Our host for this…

Definition of copyright infringement
[October 7, 2012 – 02:20 pm]
Definition of copyright infringement

Understanding copyright legislation is important for those using copyrighted material on their computers and online. This includes the majority of music, video, and pictures that most people have on their computers. It also allows one to better understand the questions of, ‘what is online piracy? ’ and ‘why is piracy illegal? ’ Although copyright legislation differs from country to country, and it is best to know the copyright laws of the country that you reside in, there are some basic core elements that are more or less universal, and it is these rules that are seen as forming…

Definition of Copyright infringement Australia
[February 19, 2013 – 10:43 am]
Definition of Copyright infringement Australia

Copyright Infringement. Copyright is a statutory or common law right of authors, artists, and developers (or other holders of a copyright) to publish their. For the purposes of this definition, computer program has the same. an infringement of that copyright if the article had been made in Australia by the.

Definition of Copyright Free material
[January 28, 2013 – 11:24 am]
Definition of Copyright Free material

The editor of The Public Domain Review,Adam Green,recently gave a feature-length interview to Vice magazine Italy. You can find the original in Italian here,and an English version below! While there is a wealth of copyright-free material available online,The Public Domain Review is carving out a niche as strongly curated website with a strong editorial line. How did the PDR begin? Myself and The Public Domain Review’s other co-founder,Jonathan Gray,have long been into digging around in the these huge online archives of digitised material – places like the Internet Archive and…

Definition of Copyright and Piracy
[February 1, 2013 – 07:35 pm]
Definition of Copyright and Piracy

The copyright-neutering movement, which is fueled by free culture activists and Big Internet interests, regularly employs four deceptions in their lobbying efforts to weaken copyright law and change the public conversation about copyright. The movement obviously seeks to distract political attention from the proven real-world problem of online piracy and the urgent need for more anti-piracy enforcement of online copyright-infringement and counterfeiting, to their artificially-manufactured problem that copyright itself is the problem because it limits free online sharing and…

Brand Evaluation test
[February 18, 2013 – 03:11 pm]
Brand Evaluation test

On Friday, at Hickory-High, Ming Wang put together a really interesting piece sharing an interesting new strategy for examining the tradeoff between production and cost for the contracts of NBA players. Here’s the rationale and method in his own words: A few weeks ago, Kevin Pelton of ESPN looked at the best contracts in the NBA by multiplying a player’s WARP (wins above replacement level) by the average amount that teams pay for each WARP. I’d like to approach this same problem from a different angle: namely, how much value are teams getting out of the salaries they pay their…