Basic hardware categories, include: input (keyboard, mouse, microphones, ect.) processing (CPU, RAM, video cards, ect.), output (user interface screen, printers, speakers, ect.), and storage (external drives, USB, DVDs, ect.). Computer Data: Binary digits (bits) are Used to represent data Bit is either 0 or 1 Sizing Computer Data Bytes 8-bit chunk equals 1 byte Size … Continue reading Hardware & Software
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Menzies House is a dedicated and leading community of writers, thinkers, and activists. Founded in January 2010, the non-for-profit website is run by volunteers and showcases ideas across conservative, centre-right, and libertarian movements in Australia. Borrowing inspiration from Sir Robert Menzies’ ideal of a ‘broad church’, such concepts that it does support and aligns to … Continue reading Menzies House – Dedicated Community of Writers, Thinkers & Activists
Australian & New Zealand Students For Liberty (ANZSFL) is a rapidly growing network of pro-liberty students. Their mission is to provide a forum of support for students and student organisations. They work to achieve their objectives by identifying student leaders and training them to benefit, empower, and change their communities. It began as a small … Continue reading Australian & New Zealand Students For Liberty
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of Quadrant magazine in 1956. To celebrate on September 18th 2016 they will be hosting a dinner and conference at the Museum of Contemporary Art at Circular Quay, Sydney. The conference theme is The Future of Civilisation, for those who attend it will provide intellectual challenges … Continue reading Quadrant Magazine 60th Anniversary: The Future of Civilisation
Following on from telling the time in Chinese, we can combine time with the words for morning and afternoon. Zăoshang – early morning Shàngwŭ – morning Zhōngwŭ – noon Xiàwŭ – afternoon Wănshang – evening When saying when in Chinese, the sentence structure starts with descriptive word and time comes after, say in English it … Continue reading Morning or Afternoon in Chinese?
To recap from counting in Chinese yī, èr, sān, sì, wǔ, ect… We will now be telling the time in Chinese. First diǎn in Chinese is a measure word (e.g. a cup of tea, cup is the measure word) therefore you can never say two – èr before a measure word. 1:00 – yī diǎn … Continue reading Tell Me The Time In Chinese?