classes ::: subject,
children :::
branches ::: Communication
see also ::: conversation, parts_of_the_self, thoughtforms

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between people
between parts of the self (like talking to the overmind, or the body, or the body talking to me (saying its hungry)
what about the vital? what does it say?
who is talking who is hearing? is it the same person?
see also ::: parts of the self, thoughtforms, conversation

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Communication and Network Riser
(CNR) A specification for {audio},
{modem}, {USB} and {Local Area Networking} interfaces of core
computer logic {chip sets}. {Intel} introduced CNR on
2000-02-07. It was mainly developed by hardware and software
developers who helped release AMR ({Audio/Modem Riser}) and is
used by several computer manufacturers.

Communication: A term used to refer to a certain feature of sign-situations, viz. the identity, similarity or correspondence of what is understood by the interpreter with what is, or is intended to be, expressed by the speaker.

Communication: (Lat. communicare, to share) Intercourse between minds or selves whereby sensations, imagery or conceptional meanings are transferred from one to another. Communication includes: ordinary sense-mediated communication by means of speech, writing, gesture, facial expression and bodily attitude and allegedly direct contact between minds by mental telepathy and other occult means. See Telegnosts; Telepathy. -- L.W.

Communication media - The written, oral or methods used to communicate a message.

Communication nets - The ways in which members of a group communicate with each other.

Communications Decency Act
(CDA) An amendment to the U.S. 1996 Telecommunications
Bill that went into effect on 1996-02-08. The law, originally
proposed by Senator James Exon to protect children from
obscenity on the Internet, ended up making it punishable by
fines of up to $250,000 to post indecent language on the
Internet anywhere that a minor could read it.
Thousands of outraged {Internet} users turned their {web
pages} black in protest or displayed the {Electronic Frontier
Foundation}'s special {icons}.
On 1996-06-12, a three-judge panel in Philadelphia ruled the
CDA unconstitutional and issued an injunction against the
United States Justice Department forbidding them to enforce
the "indecency" provisions of the law. Internet users
celebrated by displaying an animated "Free Speech" fireworks
icon to their web pages, courtesy of the {Voters
Telecommunications Watch}. The Justice Department appealed
the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Communications Decency Act ::: (legal) (CDA) An amendment to the U.S. 1996 Telecommunications Bill that went into effect on 08 February 1996, outraging thousands of Internet users who it punishable by fines of up to $250,000 to post indecent language on the Internet anywhere that a minor could read it.The Electronic Frontier Foundation created public domain blue ribbon icons that many web authors downloaded and displayed on their web pages.On 12 June 1996, a three-judge panel in Philadelphia ruled the CDA unconstitutional and issued an injunction against the United States Justice to their web pages, courtesy of the Voters Telecommunications Watch. The Justice Department has appealed the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court. (1996-11-03)

Communications of the ACM
(CACM) A monthly publication by the {Association
for Computing Machinery} sent to all members. CACM is an
influential publication that keeps computer science
professionals up to date on developments. Each issue includes
articles, case studies, practitioner oriented pieces, regular
columns, commentary, departments, the ACM Forum, technical
correspondence and advertisements.

Communications of the ACM ::: (publication) (CACM) A monthly publication by the Association for Computing Machinery sent to all members. CACM is an influential publication that commentary, departments, the ACM Forum, and technical correspondence, and advertisements. . (1995-01-18)

Communications Server
{IBM}'s rebranding of {ACF}.

Communications Server ::: (operating system) IBM's rebranding of ACF. (1999-01-20)

Communication - The transferring of a message from the sender to the receiver, who understands the message.

communication ::: n. --> The act or fact of communicating; as, communication of smallpox; communication of a secret.
Intercourse by words, letters, or messages; interchange of thoughts or opinions, by conference or other means; conference; correspondence.
Association; company.
Means of communicating; means of passing from place to place; a connecting passage; connection.

communications port
A connector for a communications
interface, usually, a {serial port}.

communications port ::: (hardware, communications) A connector for a communications interface, usually, a serial port. (1996-08-04)

communications software
{Application programs}, {operating
system} components, and probably {firmware}, forming part of a
{communication system}. These different software components
might be classified according to the functions within the
{Open Systems Interconnect} model which they provide.
Typical applications include a {web browser}, {Mail User
Agent}, {chat} and {telnet}.

communications software ::: (communications, software) Application programs, operating system components, and probably firmware, forming part of a communication system. These different software components might be classified according to the functions within the Open Systems Interconnect model which they provide.(2001-03-18)

communication system
A system or facility for transfering data
between persons and equipment. The system usually consists of
a collection of individual communication {networks},
transmission systems, relay stations, tributary stations and
{terminal} equipment capable of interconnection and
interoperation so as to form an integrated whole. These
individual components must serve a common purpose, be
technically compatible, employ common procedures, respond to
some form of control and generally operate in unison.
["Communications Standard Dictionary", 2nd Edition, Martin
H. Weik].

communication system ::: (communications) A system or facility capable of providing information transfer between persons and equipment. The system usually consists of a components must serve a common purpose, be technically compatible, employ common procedures, respond to some form of control, and generally operate in unison.[Communications Standard Dictionary, 2nd Edition, Martin H. Weik]. (1995-02-06)

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   3 Sri Aurobindo
   2 The Mother
   1 Plato
   1 Peter J Carroll
   1 Norbert Wiener
   1 Ken Wilber
   1 Dr Robert A Hatch
   1 Charles Eisenstein
   1 Arthur Schopenhauer
   1 Abraham Maslow


   13 Asa Don Brown
   11 Anonymous
   7 John C Maxwell
   6 Stephen R Covey
   6 Haruki Murakami
   5 John Dewey
   5 Dave Eggers
   4 Stephen Covey
   4 Charles Dickens
   4 Anne Morrow Lindbergh
   3 Yoko Ono
   3 Shannon L Alder
   3 Peter Drucker
   3 Michel de Montaigne
   3 L Ron Hubbard
   3 Jim Rohn
   3 Edward Snowden
   3 Ben Horowitz
   2 Unknown
   2 T S Eliot

1:Secrecy, censorship, dishonesty, and blocking of communication threaten all the basic needs. ~ Abraham Maslow,
2:Very often, if an inner communication has been established, a silent pressure is more effective than anything else. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Letters on Yoga - II, Practical Concerns in Work,
3:The Mother’s sleep is not sleep but an inner consciousness, in which she is in communication with people or working everywhere. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Mother with Letters on The Mother, Other Dreams and Experiences,
4:We in the richest societies have too many calories even as we starve for beautiful, fresh food; we have overlarge houses but lack spaces that truly embody our individuality and connectedness; media surround us everywhere while we starve for authentic communication. We are offered entertainment every second of the day but lack the chance to play. In the ubiquitous realm of money, we hunger for all that is intimate, personal, and unique.
   ~ Charles Eisenstein,
5:4. Study Every Day ::: Establish a daily routine where you study in one place a minimum of 4 -5 hours each day. There are different kinds and 'levels' of study discussed below. What is important is that study becomes the centerpiece of your day and the continuous element in your work week. Do not wait for exam-time to study. Exams offer the opportunity to refine what you know and to sharpen your communication skills. The best way to focus your view of things is to present it clearly in writing. Writing is a ritual for thinking. ~ Dr Robert A Hatch, How to Study,
6:there is a special personal tie between you and me, between all who have turned to the teaching of Sri Aurobindo and myself, - and, it is well understood, distance does not count here, you may be in France, you may be at the other end of the world or in Pondicherry, this tie is always true and living. And each time there comes a call, each time there is a need for me to know so that I may send out a force, an inspiration, a protection or any other thing, a sort of message comes to me all of a sudden and I do the needful. These communications reach me evidently at any moment, and you must have seen me more than once stop suddenly in the middle of a sentence or work; it is because something comes to me, a communication and I concentrate. With those whom I have accepted as disciples, to whom I have said Yes, there is more than a tie, there is an emanation of me. This emanation warns me whenever it is necessary and tells me what is happening. Indeed I receive intimations constantly
   ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother I,
7:At every stage of technique since Daedalus or Hero of Alexandria, the ability of the artificer to produce a working simulacrum of a living organism has always intrigued people. This desire to produce and to study automata has always been expressed in terms of the living technique of the age. In the days of magic, we have the bizarre and sinister concept of Golem, that figure of clay into which the Rabbi of Prague breathed life with the blasphemy of the Ineffable Name of God. In the time of Newton, the automaton becomes the clockwork music box, with the little effigies pirouetting stiffly on top. In the nineteenth century, the automaton is a glorified heat engine, burning some combustible fuel instead of the glycogen of the human muscles. Finally, the present automaton opens doors by means of photocells, or points guns to the place at which a radar beam picks up an airplane, or computes the solution of a differential equation.
   ~ Norbert Wiener, Cybernetics or control and communication in the animal and the machine, 1961,
8:''He is a great spirit,151 Socrates. All spirits are intermediate between god and mortal''.
''What is the function of a spirit?'' I asked.
''Interpreting and conveying all that passes between gods and humans: from humans, petitions and sacrificial offerings, and from gods, instructions and the favours they return. Spirits, being intermediary, fill the space between the other two, so that all are bound together into one entity. It is by means of spirits that all divination can take place, the whole craft of seers and priests, with their sacrifices, rites and spells, and all prophecy and magic. Deity and humanity are completely separate, but through the mediation of spirits all converse and communication from gods to humans, waking and sleeping, is made possible. The man who is wise in these matters is a man of the spirit,152 whereas the man who is wise in a skill153 or a manual craft,154 which is a different sort of expertise, is materialistic.155 These spirits are many and of many kinds, and one of them is Love''. ~ Plato, Symposium, 202e,
9:If we regard the Powers of the Reality as so many Godheads, we can say that the Overmind releases a million Godheads into action, each empowered to create its own world, each world capable of relation, communication and interplay with the others.
There are in the Veda different formulations of the nature of the Gods: it is said they are all one Existence to which the sages give different names; yet each God is worshipped as if he by himself is that Existence, one who is all the other Gods together or contains them in his being; and yet again each is a separate Deity acting sometimes in unison with companion deities, sometimes separately, sometimes even in apparent opposition to other Godheads of the same Existence. In the Supermind all this would be held together as a harmonised play of the one Existence; in the Overmind each of these three conditions could be a separate action or basis of action and have its own principle of development and consequences and yet each keep the power to combine with the others in a more composite harmony. ~ Sri Aurobindo, The Life Divine, Supermind Mind and the Overmind Maya,
10:And therefore, all of those for whom authentic transformation has deeply unseated their souls must, I believe, wrestle with the profound moral obligation to shout form the heart-perhaps quietly and gently, with tears of reluctance; perhaps with fierce fire and angry wisdom; perhaps with slow and careful analysis; perhaps by unshakable public example-but authentically always and absolutely carries a a demand and duty: you must speak out, to the best of your ability, and shake the spiritual tree, and shine your headlights into the eyes of the complacent. You must let that radical realization rumble through your veins and rattle those around you.
   Alas, if you fail to do so, you are betraying your own authenticity. You are hiding your true estate. You don't want to upset others because you don't want to upset your self. You are acting in bad faith, the taste of a bad infinity.
   Because, you see, the alarming fact is that any realization of depth carries a terrible burden: those who are allowed to see are simultaneously saddled with the obligation to communicate that vision in no uncertain terms: that is the bargain. You were allowed to see the truth under the agreement that you would communicate it to others (that is the ultimate meaning of the bodhisattva vow). And therefore, if you have seen, you simply must speak out. Speak out with compassion, or speak out with angry wisdom, or speak out with skillful means, but speak out you must.
   And this is truly a terrible burden, a horrible burden, because in any case there is no room for timidity. The fact that you might be wrong is simply no excuse: You might be right in your communication, and you might be wrong, but that doesn't matter. What does matter, as Kierkegaard so rudely reminded us, is that only by investing and speaking your vision with passion, can the truth, one way or another, finally penetrate the reluctance of the world. If you are right, or if you are wrong, it is only your passion that will force either to be discovered. It is your duty to promote that discovery-either way-and therefore it is your duty to speak your truth with whatever passion and courage you can find in your heart. You must shout, in whatever way you can. ~ Ken Wilber, One Taste,
   The ultimate invocation, that of Kia, cannot be performed. The paradox is that as Kia has no dualized qualities, there are no attributes by which to invoke it. To give it one quality is merely to deny it another. As an observant dualistic being once said:
   I am that I am not.
   Nevertheless, the magician may need to make some rearrangements or additions to what he is. Metamorphosis may be pursued by seeking that which one is not, and transcending both in mutual annihilation. Alternatively, the process of invocation may be seen as adding to the magician's psyche any elements which are missing. It is true that the mind must be finally surrendered as one enters fully into Chaos, but a complete and balanced psychocosm is more easily surrendered.
   The magical process of shuffling beliefs and desires attendant upon the process of invocation also demonstrates that one's dominant obsessions or personality are quite arbitrary, and hence more easily banished.
   There are many maps of the mind (psychocosms), most of which are inconsistent, contradictory, and based on highly fanciful theories. Many use the symbology of god forms, for all mythology embodies a psychology. A complete mythic pantheon resumes all of man's mental characteristics. Magicians will often use a pagan pantheon of gods as the basis for invoking some particular insight or ability, as these myths provide the most explicit and developed formulation of the particular idea's extant. However it is possible to use almost anything from the archetypes of the collective unconscious to the elemental qualities of alchemy.
   If the magician taps a deep enough level of power, these forms may manifest with sufficient force to convince the mind of the objective existence of the god. Yet the aim of invocation is temporary possession by the god, communication from the god, and manifestation of the god's magical powers, rather than the formation of religious cults.
   The actual method of invocation may be described as a total immersion in the qualities pertaining to the desired form. One invokes in every conceivable way. The magician first programs himself into identity with the god by arranging all his experiences to coincide with its nature. In the most elaborate form of ritual he may surround himself with the sounds, smells, colors, instruments, memories, numbers, symbols, music, and poetry suggestive of the god or quality. Secondly he unites his life force to the god image with which he has united his mind. This is accomplished with techniques from the gnosis. Figure 5 shows some examples of maps of the mind. Following are some suggestions for practical ritual invocation.
   ~ Peter J Carroll, Liber Null,
   Why do we forget our dreams?

Because you do not dream always at the same place. It is not always the same part of your being that dreams and it is not at the same place that you dream. If you were in conscious, direct, continuous communication with all the parts of your being, you would remember all your dreams. But very few parts of the being are in communication.

   For example, you have a dream in the subtle physical, that is to say, quite close to the physical. Generally, these dreams occur in the early hours of the morning, that is between four and five o'clock, at the end of the sleep. If you do not make a sudden movement when you wake up, if you remain very quiet, very still and a little attentive - quietly attentive - and concentrated, you will remember them, for the communication between the subtle physical and the physical is established - very rarely is there no communication.

   Now, dreams are mostly forgotten because you have a dream while in a certain state and then pass into another. For instance, when you sleep, your body is asleep, your vital is asleep, but your mind is still active. So your mind begins to have dreams, that is, its activity is more or less coordinated, the imagination is very active and you see all kinds of things, take part in extraordinary happenings.... After some time, all that calms down and the mind also begins to doze. The vital that was resting wakes up; it comes out of the body, walks about, goes here and there, does all kinds of things, reacts, sometimes fights, and finally eats. It does all kinds of things. The vital is very adventurous. It watches. When it is heroic it rushes to save people who are in prison or to destroy enemies or it makes wonderful discoveries. But this pushes back the whole mental dream very far behind. It is rubbed off, forgotten: naturally you cannot remember it because the vital dream takes its place. But if you wake up suddenly at that moment, you remember it. There are people who have made the experiment, who have got up at certain fixed hours of the night and when they wake up suddenly, they do remember. You must not move brusquely, but awake in the natural course, then you remember.

   After a time, the vital having taken a good stroll, needs to rest also, and so it goes into repose and quietness, quite tired at the end of all kinds of adventures. Then something else wakes up. Let us suppose that it is the subtle physical that goes for a walk. It starts moving and begins wandering, seeing the rooms and... why, this thing that was there, but it has come here and that other thing which was in that room is now in this one, and so on. If you wake up without stirring, you remembeR But this has pushed away far to the back of the consciousness all the stories of the vital. They are forgotten and so you cannot recollect your dreams. But if at the time of waking up you are not in a hurry, you are not obliged to leave your bed, on the contrary you can remain there as long as you wish, you need not even open your eyes; you keep your head exactly where it was and you make yourself like a tranquil mirror within and concentrate there. You catch just a tiny end of the tail of your dream. You catch it and start pulling gently, without stirring in the least. You begin pulling quite gently, and then first one part comes, a little later another. You go backward; the last comes up first. Everything goes backward, slowly, and suddenly the whole dream reappears: "Ah, there! it was like that." Above all, do not jump up, do not stir; you repeat the dream to yourself several times - once, twice - until it becomes clear in all its details. Once that dream is settled, you continue not to stir, you try to go further in, and suddenly you catch the tail of something else. It is more distant, more vague, but you can still seize it. And here also you hang on, get hold of it and pull, and you see that everything changes and you enter another world; all of a sudden you have an extraordinary adventure - it is another dream. You follow the same process. You repeat the dream to yourself once, twice, until you are sure of it. You remain very quiet all the time. Then you begin to penetrate still more deeply into yourself, as though you were going in very far, very far; and again suddenly you see a vague form, you have a feeling, a sensation... like a current of air, a slight breeze, a little breath; and you say, "Well, well...." It takes a form, it becomes clear - and the third category comes. You must have a lot of time, a lot of patience, you must be very quiet in your mind and body, very quiet, and you can tell the story of your whole night from the end right up to the beginning.

   Even without doing this exercise which is very long and difficult, in order to recollect a dream, whether it be the last one or the one in the middle that has made a violent impression on your being, you must do what I have said when you wake up: take particular care not even to move your head on the pillow, remain absolutely still and let the dream return.

   Some people do not have a passage between one state and another, there is a little gap and so they leap from one to the other; there is no highway passing through all the states of being with no break of the consciousness. A small dark hole, and you do not remember. It is like a precipice across which one has to extend the consciousness. To build a bridge takes a very long time; it takes much longer than building a physical bridge.... Very few people want to and know how to do it. They may have had magnificent activities, they do not remember them or sometimes only the last, the nearest, the most physical activity, with an uncoordinated movement - dreams having no sense.

   But there are as many different kinds of nights and sleep as there are different days and activities. There are not many days that are alike, each day is different. The days are not the same, the nights are not the same. You and your friends are doing apparently the same thing, but for each one it is very different. And each one must have his own procedure.

   Why are two dreams never alike?

Because all things are different. No two minutes are alike in the universe and it will be so till the end of the universe, no two minutes will ever be alike. And men obstinately want to make rules! One must do this and not that.... Well! we must let people please themselves.

   You could have put to me a very interesting question: "Why am I fourteen years old today?" Intelligent people will say: "It is because it is the fourteenth year since you were born." That is the answer of someone who believes himself to be very intelligent. But there is another reason. I shall tell this to you alone.... I have drowned you all sufficiently well! Now you must begin to learn swimming!

   ~ The Mother, Questions And Answers 1953, 36?,
13:Sometimes I speak to men and women just as a little girl speaks to her doll. She knows, of course, that the doll does not understand her, but she creates for herself the joy of communication through a pleasant and conscious self-deception. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

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1:Communication, for ~ Trudi Canavan
2:Communication is my thing. ~ Naomi Klein
3:Art is communication. ~ Madeleine L Engle
4:than any communications ~ Charles Dickens
5:epistolary communication: ~ Isabel Allende
6:No, communication is terrible! ~ Jeff Bezos
7:behavior is communication. ~ Daniel J Siegel
8:Communication is improbable. ~ Niklas Luhmann
9:Consensus demands communication. ~ John Dewey
10:who says communication needs words. ~ Unknown
11:Communication is a way of life. ~ Asa Don Brown
12:communication simply requires ~ Charles Petzold
13:Writing is a communication. ~ Theodore Sturgeon
14:All communication must lead to change ~ Aristotle
15:Barriers shut down communication. ~ Lysa TerKeurst
16:with honesty there came communication, ~ R J Lewis
17:Communication is not a one-way street. ~ Jim George
18:Only communication can communicate ~ Niklas Luhmann
19:Art is the communication of ecstasy. ~ P D Ouspensky
20:Compassionate Communication training. ~ Tawna Fenske
21:I think communication is so firsbern. ~ Steve Martin
22:Singing is the lowest form of communication. ~ Homer
23:Miscommunication leads to complication. ~ Lauryn Hill
24:Self-consciousness kills communication. ~ Rick Steves
25:Authenticity empowers communication. ~ James L Nicodem
26:Communication is the sister of leadership ~ John Adair
27:Communication is the transfer of emotion. ~ Seth Godin
28:Communication is the universal solvent. ~ L Ron Hubbard
29:communication specialist Elin Cuijpers. ~ Matthew Mather
30:personal communication, but I wanted to call ~ Anonymous
31:Never mistake legibility for communication. ~ David Carson
32:Don't confuse legibility with communication. ~ David Carson
33:Evil communications corrupt good manners. ~ Charles Dickens
34:Great communication begins with connection. ~ Oprah Winfrey
35:A lack of communication leaves fear and doubt. ~ Kellan Lutz
36:No blame, no hate - why no communication? ~ Charlaine Harris
37:Communication is the real work of leadership. ~ Nitin Nohria
38:near-field communication for contactless payments, ~ Anonymous
39:I was analyzing the guys' nonverbal communication. ~ Glen Davis
40:Communication is everyone's panacea for everything. ~ Tom Peters
41:Communication is pointless and we're all doomed. ~ Frank Portman
42:In communications, familiarity breeds apathy. ~ William Bernbach
43:Do not put cleverness in front of the communication. ~ Paul Arden
44:Every act of communication is a miracle of translation. ~ Ken Liu
45:Friendship requires great communication. ~ Saint Francis de Sales
46:God doesn't need verbal language for communication. ~ Mary C Neal
47:Of all affairs, communication is the most wonderful. ~ John Dewey
48:Real communication happens when people feel safe. ~ Ken Blanchard
49:The goal of art-making in general is communication. ~ Will Cotton
50:All life is profoundly dependent on communication. ~ Cheryl Heller
51:Art is the most effective form of communication. ~ Jennifer Echols
52:Communication is the lifeblood of an organization. ~ Asa Don Brown
53:So art becomes not communication but mystification. ~ Iris Murdoch
54:The secret of war lies in the communications. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte
55:Conversation: The slowest form of human communication. ~ Don Herold
56:A lie is any communication with intent to deceive, ~ Stephen R Covey
57:Communication can only take place among equals. ~ Kenneth E Boulding
58:Communication is only possible between equals. ~ Robert Anton Wilson
59:Communication is the most important skill in life. ~ Stephen R Covey
60:Communications are better now than in my Vietnam days. ~ R Lee Ermey
61:there is no such thing as too much communication. ~ Patrick Lencioni
62:Bad human communication leaves us less room to grow. ~ Rowan Williams
63:Illiteracy is rampant. People are out of communication. ~ Karen Black
64:Silence is a form of communication. Speech divides us. ~ David Malouf
65:Trust leads to approachability and open communications. ~ Scott Weiss
66:You can't be focussed without really great communication ~ Sam Altman
67:Every act of communication is an act of translation. ~ Gregory Rabassa
68:Only through communication can human life hold meaning. ~ Paulo Freire
69:We are in the midst of a VoIP communications revolution. ~ Jeff Pulver
70:A key to healthy problem solving is good communication. ~ Asa Don Brown
71:Communication without a purpose is artistic masturbation. ~ Rod Steiger
72:Effective teamwork begins and ends with communication ~ Mike Krzyzewski
73:Humans are communications junkies. We just can't get enough. ~ Alan Kay
74:People make music to get a reaction. Music is communication. ~ Yoko Ono
75:Succinct is always good in inter-office communications. ~ John Sandford
76:The art of communication is the language of leadership. ~ James C Humes
77:The meaning of a communication is the result you get. ~ Richard Bandler
78:What worries me is that now, communication is virtual. ~ Franca Sozzani
79:You scholars, you're in communication with the devil. ~ Alexandre Dumas
80:Communication is so much better when people are vulnerable. ~ A J McLean
81:communication is theoretically very difficult. They think we ~ Lee Child
82:The only way to end war is communication between people. ~ Oprah Winfrey
83:Communications Corporation opened its doors in Mountain View, ~ Anonymous
84:Communications is at the heart of e-commerce and community. ~ Meg Whitman
85:Effective leadership begins with effective communication. ~ Asa Don Brown
86:Every time I pass him he gives me the excommunication stare. ~ A J Cronin
87:It must be that evil communications corrupt good dispositions. ~ Menander
88:Male-female conversation is cross-cultural communication ~ Deborah Tannen
89:Word of mouth is the most effective means of communication. ~ Ralph Nader
90:Art is the most effective mode of communications that exists. ~ John Dewey
91:Communication is to relationships what breath is to life. ~ Virginia Satir
92:Information is giving out; communication is getting through. ~ Hans Finzel
93:Love is the only channel for a clear communication. ~ Roger Delano Hinkins
94:There is no communication in this world except between equals. ~ Ken Burns
95:this framework is the pinnacle of narrative communication. ~ Donald Miller
96:A good communication is the best medicine for healthy association ~ Unknown
97:Communication in every which way is everything for the leader. ~ John Maeda
98:Communication is the breath or death of any relationship ~ Rasheed Ogunlaru
99:Communication is the most important single activity of man. ~ Stephen Covey
100:Existence is communication, and communication, existence. ~ Haruki Murakami
101:I've always thought of writing as sort of active communication. ~ Lily King
102:Music is a very personal and emotional form of communication. ~ Trevor Dunn
103:my problem with paper is that all communication dies with it. ~ Dave Eggers
104:systems—power, propulsion, communication, life support—were ~ John Sandford
105:The only healthy communication style is assertive communication. ~ Jim Rohn
106:(90 percent of communication occurs using just 500 words), ~ Jordan Peterson
107:Art is a word which summarizes the quality of communication. ~ L Ron Hubbard
108:Avoid miscommunication. The price you pay for it is horrendous. ~ Shiv Khera
109:Good communication is the bridge between confusion and clarity. ~ Nat Turner
110:The meaning of your communication is the response you get. ~ Gregory Bateson
111:To pass beyond communication was to pass beyond salvation; he ~ Stephen King
112:Effective communication is the best way to solve problems. ~ Bradford Winters
113:Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee. ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh
114:No pleasure has any savor for me without communication. ~ Michel de Montaigne
115:The ABCs are attitude, behavior and communication skills. ~ Gerald Chertavian
116:Think of your communication in terms of telling a larger story. ~ Dan Portnoy
117:90% of all management problems are caused by miscommunication. ~ Dale Carnegie
118:(90 percent of communication occurs using just 500 words), ~ Jordan B Peterson
119:The first problem of communication is getting people's attention. ~ Chip Heath
120:As a company grows, communication becomes its biggest challenge. ~ Ben Horowitz
121:The great myth of our times is that technology is communication. ~ Libby Larsen
122:Writing isn't letters on paper. It's communication. It's memory. ~ Isaac Marion
123:Communication: the thing humans forgot when we invented words. ~ Richard Branson
124:I have a very open line of communication with both my children. ~ Gloria Estefan
125:In a downturn, aggressive PR and communications strategy is key. ~ Douglas Leone
126:Intrapersonal communication is a reflection of your self-esteem. ~ Asa Don Brown
127:It’s dangerous to confuse self-expression with communication. ~ Ursula K Le Guin
128:Self-expression must pass into communication for its fulfillment. ~ Pearl S Buck
129:The quality of your life is the quality of your communication. ~ Anthony Robbins
130:There is a world of communication which is not dependent on words. ~ Mary Martin
131:We decentralise permissions over the use of our communications. ~ Edward Snowden
132:It’s common to cease all communication when a relationship ends. ~ Laurann Dohner
133:Power in America today is control of the means of communication. ~ Theodore White
134:RT is the Kremlin’s most important weapon in that communications war. ~ Anonymous
135:The history of commerce is that of the communication of the people. ~ Montesquieu
136:The larger the group, the simpler the communication needs to be. ~ John C Maxwell
137:The question is the primary form of communication for little kids. ~ Jim Gaffigan
138:What’s called luck is usually an outgrowth of successful communication. ~ Al Ries
139:Writing and cookery are just two different means of communication. ~ Maya Angelou
140:Art is the indispensable medium for the communication of a moral ideal. ~ Ayn Rand
141:Communication across the revolutionary divide is inevitably partial. ~ Thomas Kuhn
142:Communication is an art form that is crafted throughout our lives. ~ Asa Don Brown
143:Confusion is the best form of communication. It's left to be unexplained. ~ Twiggy
144:Harrison exhaled. “You two need to work on your communication skills! ~ S L Morgan
145:Intrapersonal communication is a reflection of our daily messages. ~ Asa Don Brown
146:Success takes communication, collaboration and, sometimes, failure. ~ Jessica Alba
147:communication comes from the Latin word communis, meaning “common. ~ John C Maxwell
148:The circle is the fundamental geometry of open human communication. ~ Harrison Owen
149:There should be no "means of communication" which "we cannot read". ~ David Cameron
150:Communication is not so much about what you say, as what you don't say. ~ Jim George
151:Respect for people is the cornerstone of communication and networking. ~ Susan RoAne
152:To improve communications, work not on the utter, but the recipient. ~ Peter Drucker
153:To wit, existence is communication and communication is existence. ~ Haruki Murakami
154:Without communication with the dead, a fully human life is not possible. ~ W H Auden
155:A lack of communication between citizens and policemen is real stuff. ~ Stevie Wonder
156:Men understand direct communication. It's bitches who speak in code. ~ Kristen Ashley
157:The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said. ~ Peter Drucker
158:Art is partly communication, but only partly. The rest is discovery. ~ William Golding
159:Aside from communications satellites, space is devoid of industry. ~ Lawrence M Krauss
160:Communications must destroy localness, by a slow, inevitable process. ~ John Steinbeck
161:I think the greatest challenge between child and parent is communication. ~ Sean Covey
162:Prayer is ecstatic communication with your innernavigational computer. ~ Timothy Leary
163:Tears are a form of communication - like speech - and require a listener. ~ Erica Jong
164:Communication can be sent or received through verbal or nonverbal cues. ~ Asa Don Brown
165:language is an organ of perception, not simply a means of communication ~ Julian Jaynes
166:On December 1, 2012, I received my first communication from Edward Snowden, ~ Anonymous
167:Our manners have been corrupted by communication with the saints. ~ Henry David Thoreau
168:The more elaborate our means of communication, the less we communicate. ~ J B Priestley
169:the science of control and communication in the animal and the machine ~ Norbert Wiener
170:Verbal communication about music is impossible except among musicians. ~ Virgil Thomson
171:a heap of words designed to hinder communication rather than facilitate it. ~ Hugh Howey
172:A man has a property in his opinions and the free communication of them. ~ James Madison
173:We had lost the art of communication - but not, alas, the gift of speech. ~ Gordon Brown
174:Communication is not saying something; communication is being heard. ~ Frances Hesselbein
175:Mobile is the future, and there's no such thing as communication overload. ~ Eric Schmidt
176:Communication goes two ways. Somebody has to talk. And somebody has to listen. ~ Meg Cabot
177:Communication must become total and conscious before we can stop it. ~ William S Burroughs
178:If what is communicated is false, it can hardly be called communication. ~ Benjamin E Mays
179:In spiritual communication,
Mental telepathy
Is the beginners' course. ~ Sri Chinmoy
180:No communication or gift can exhaust genius or impoverish charity. ~ Johann Kaspar Lavater
181:Sex should be a deepening of communication, not a substitute for it. ~ Marianne Williamson
182:The history of commerce is that of the communication of the people. ~ Baron de Montesquieu
183:The key test for an acronym is to ask whether it helps or hurts communication. ~ Elon Musk
184:The more we elaborate our means of communication, the less we communicate. ~ J B Priestley
185:True communication is communion-the realization of oneness, which is love. ~ Eckhart Tolle
186:Banality is a symptom of non-communication. Men hide behind their cliches. ~ Eugene Ionesco
187:de la Haye, Y. (1979), Marx and Engels on the Means of Communication, New York. ~ Anonymous
188:I do not think any SFWA communication should come anywhere NEAR the internet. ~ C J Cherryh
189:Photography is the most direct communication in non-violent contacts. ~ Robert Rauschenberg
190:Technique is communication: the two words are synonymous in conductors. ~ Leonard Bernstein
191:The difference between mere management and leadership is communication. ~ Winston Churchill
192:True communication is communion- the realization of oneness, which is love. ~ Eckhart Tolle
193:A language is a means of communication and should be lived rather than taught. ~ Benny Lewis
194:Civilization is communication...That which is not expressed doesn't exist. ~ Haruki Murakami
195:Communications can be precise and exacting while still being tragically wrong. ~ Alan Cooper
196:[F]ast intercommunication between points is making all points the same point. ~ Alan W Watts
197:I feel that the great challenge of our time is the communication of ideas. ~ Alain de Botton
198:In Africa, music is not an art form as much as it is a means of communication. ~ Vernon Reid
199:Language can be a way of hiding your thoughts and preventing communication. ~ Abraham Maslow
200:Listen carefully. If communication is manipulation, sex is all-out war. ~ Michael R Fletcher
201:The greatest communication is usually how we are rather than what we say. ~ Joseph Goldstein
202:There is no greater antidepressant than communication and fellowship with God. ~ Rick Warren
203:Violence was no longer a way of control but a basic language of communication. ~ Ioan Grillo
204:Both dreams and myths are important communications from ourselves to ourselves. ~ Erich Fromm
205:Effective communication is a key factor in the success of your product. ~ Jesse James Garrett
206:I told my imagination to discontinue communication with my thoughts. ~ Gina Marinello Sweeney
207:Money is either the best or the worst area of communication in our marriages. ~ Larry Burkett
208:Reading is that fruitful miracle of a communication in the midst of solitude. ~ Marcel Proust
209:Teenagers try to hide what's really going on in their communication online. ~ Ethan Zuckerman
210:The key test for an acronym is to ask whether it helps or hurts communication. ~ Ashlee Vance
211:The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn't being said. ~ Peter F Drucker
212:The telephone is a modern symbol for communications which never take place ~ Lawrence Durrell
213:To lie is to intentionally mislead others when they expect honest communication. ~ Sam Harris
214:We have global communication and yet confrontation is more common than dialogue. ~ Dalai Lama
215:Art is a language, an instrument of knowledge, an instrument of communication. ~ Jean Dubuffet
216:Every day I try to be in communication with the universe in an unconscious way. ~ Paulo Coelho
217:It is only after the intellect collapses that any true communication exists. ~ Chuck Palahniuk
218:More and more we are into communications; and less and less into communication. ~ Studs Terkel
219:Our unction, therefore, is the communication of the Holy Spirit, and nothing else. ~ John Owen
220:The communication of ideas requires a similitude of thought and language . . . ~ Edward Gibbon
221:Thinking based on who deserves what blocks compassionate communication. ~ Marshall B Rosenberg
222:We need continuing communication from god. One stream of light is not enough. ~ Henry B Eyring
223:When the trust account is high, communication is easy, instant, and effective. ~ Stephen Covey
224:60 percent of all management problems are the result of faulty communications. ~ John C Maxwell
225:Cemetery communication: lots of people are out there, but nobody is listening. ~ John C Maxwell
226:Expression and communication are essential; without these, civilization ends. ~ Haruki Murakami
227:I enjoy very much communication. I think that scientists need to communicate. ~ Anthony S Fauci
228:In a happy marriage there is a continuous dense magnetic sense of communication. ~ Iris Murdoch
229:Active communication is the ability to exchange, transmit, or share information. ~ Asa Don Brown
230:My favorite means of communication is otherworldly: dreams—meeting in dreams. ~ Marina Tsvetaeva
231:The electronic town hall allows for speedy communications and bad decision-making. ~ David Shenk
232:To be a recipient of a communication is to have an enlarged and changed experience. ~ John Dewey
233:What's clear - and exciting - is that communication for social change is growing. ~ Aaron Koblin
234:When the trust account is high, communication is easy, instant, and effective. ~ Stephen R Covey
235:Communication with another person -- wasn't it the realest thing in life? ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh
236:Effective communication is 20% what you know and 80% how you feel about what you know. ~ Jim Rohn
237:My two daughters live on Facebook and social media is their mode of communication. ~ Tony Goldwyn
238:Negotiation as you’ll learn it here is nothing more than communication with results. ~ Chris Voss
239:The biggest cause of serious error in this business is a failure of communication, ~ Atul Gawande
240:The communication of the dead is tongued with fire beyond the language of the living. ~ T S Eliot
241:Be a believer in true love. Seek deep communication with others and with yourself. ~ Bryant McGill
242:Communication is very important. And the arts do that, whether it's film or theater. ~ Anne Archer
243:Design is about making communication as easy and clear for the viewer as possible. ~ Garr Reynolds
244:Twenty-first-century communication. I fear for our nation’s standards of literacy. ~ Gail Honeyman
245:After all, it's the future of business communication that we're looking toward. ~ James L Barksdale
246:Communication. It is the first rule of any relationship. Never assume anything. ~ Charlene Hartnady
247:Tarantino and Jackson is like Scorsese and DeNiro, and their silent communication. ~ Walton Goggins
248:Unclear expectations in the area of goals also undermine communication and trust. ~ Stephen R Covey
249:communication engineering began with Gauss, Wheatstone, and the first telegraphers. ~ Norbert Wiener
250:Communication is the railway of information linking two intersecting paths together. ~ Asa Don Brown
251:Peace can only be achieved by a contrite spirit, open communication and tolerance. ~ Shannon L Alder
252:The email began: “The security of people’s communications is very important to me, ~ Glenn Greenwald
253:There is more than a verbal tie between the words common, community, and communication. ~ John Dewey
254:To listen well is as powerful a means of communication and influence as to talk well ~ John Marshall
255:A common language is a first step towards communication across cultural boundaries. ~ Ethan Zuckerman
256:Beauty should be the goal of your communication. Learn to speak with godly wisdom. ~ Elizabeth George
257:Communication is mutual feeling with someone, not a didactic process of information. ~ Robert Creeley
258:Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing. ~ Rollo May
259:I hate the amount of communication, the obligation that you have just by owning a phone. ~ Lucas Till
260:I think Twitter is the future of communications and Square will be the payment network. ~ Jack Dorsey
261:The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place ~ William H Whyte
262:Beta testing is a symptom of weak testing practices and poor communication with customers. ~ Kent Beck
263:Human communication, it sometimes seems to me, involves an exaggerated amount of time. ~ Graham Greene
265:In a way the new music showed things could be transformed by new channels of communication. ~ Yoko Ono
266:Intrapersonal communication is the communication of what we are saying unto ourselves. ~ Asa Don Brown
267:Irony is not one of my favorite modes of communication, but I can still recognize it. ~ Sylvain Neuvel
268:Keeping secrets will always lead to unhappiness and communication is the key to love. ~ Laura Esquivel
269:Silence had pounded a nail in the coffin of my marriage. But communication was key. ~ Barbara Delinsky
270:Prayer is inward communication with yourself; action is outward conversation with God. ~ Steve Maraboli
271:The greatest problem with communication is the illusion that it has been accomplished. ~ John C Maxwell
272:You must learn to wrestle against the things that hinder your communication with God. ~ Oswald Chambers
273:A Course in Miracles: all communication is either a loving response or a cry for help. ~ Anthony Robbins
274:Anyone in a position to overcome barriers to free thought and communication should do so. ~ Noam Chomsky
275:A woman is expected, first and foremost, to respond to every communication from a man. ~ Gavin de Becker
276:Communications tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring. ~ Clay Shirky
277:Hearts can be mended and problems fixed, but only if the lines of communication are open ~ Carolyn Brown
278:Main purpose of PowerPoint is to slow communication down so the ideas are easier to catch. ~ Scott Meyer
279:Telephone and telegraph were better means of communication than the holy man's telepathy ~ Eric Hobsbawm
280:Think of Instagram. Journalism will continue to exist, but communication is now visual. ~ Franca Sozzani
281:Communication is always "propaganda." The emitter always wants "to get something across." ~ Peter Drucker
282:I believe in communication; books communicate ideas and make bridges between people. ~ Jeanette Winterson
283:Photography is more than a medium for factual communication of ideas. It is a creative art. ~ Ansel Adams
284:Their only communication so far had included one middle finger and a couple of dirty looks. ~ Lauren Kate
285:There's a lot of different forms of communication, but music is absolutely the purest one. ~ Duane Allman
286:Every anonymous communication is deserving of contempt, just because it's not signed. ~ Fyodor Dostoyevsky
287:Secret communication achieved by hiding the existence of a message is known as steganography ~ Simon Singh
288:Strangely enough, I really think that shoes are a communication tool between people. ~ Christian Louboutin
289:The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand. We listen to reply. ~ Stephen R Covey
290:The means of effective communication are being expropriated from the intellectual worker. ~ C Wright Mills
291:The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. ~ George Bernard Shaw
292:What I thought I developed all of those years ago was a pattern to understand communication. ~ Simon Sinek
293:Emotions Revealed: Recognizing Faces And Feelings To Improve Communication And Emotional Life. ~ Paul Ekman
294:The first law of social communication is whenever you meet anyone, exalt him or her. ~ Harbhajan Singh Yogi
295:The goal of effective communication should be for listeners to say, 'Me, too!' versus 'So what?' ~ Jim Rohn
296:What I love doing is basically two things: I love flying airplanes and I love communication. ~ Richard Bach
297:A Web site is the only medium of semipermanent communication where you can express yourself. ~ David Rusenko
298:Communication is not the preserve of humans; it is the one thing that is truly universal. ~ Lawrence Anthony
299:I'm not in show business; I'm in the communications business. That's what it's about for me. ~ Richie Havens
300:In our overcommunicated society, the paradox is that nothing is more important than communication. ~ Al Ries
301:Nearly every communication method we invent eventually conveys unwanted commercial messages. ~ Jamais Cascio
302:One of the failures of cellular communication is that tiredness often comes across as sadness. ~ Rachel Cohn
303:Preaching is simple communication of Knowledge; it can really be done in silence only. ~ Sri Ramana Maharshi
304:Spiritual knowledge improves intuitive ability, innovative ability and communication. ~ Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
305:The more people are reached by mass communication, the less they communicate with each other. ~ Marya Mannes
306:Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee and just as hard to sleep after. ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh
307:Language was a vast, complicated tapestry. The key to communication was finding a common thread. ~ Tessa Dare
308:Public Relations is the management of communication between an organization and its publics. ~ James E Grunig
309:Secrecy, censorship, dishonesty, and blocking of communication threaten all the basic needs. ~ Abraham Maslow
310:Talking is always a good idea. There's no harm in keeping lines of communication open. ~ Brian Reynolds Myers
311:Civilization is communication,” the doctor said. “That which is not expressed doesn’t exist. ~ Haruki Murakami
312:Great vision communication usually means heartfelt messages are coming from real human beings. ~ John P Kotter
313:In America, we collect more digital communications from America than we do from the Russians. ~ Edward Snowden
314:Secrecy, censorship, dishonesty, and blocking of communication threaten all the basic needs. ~ Abraham Maslow,
315:The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand.
We listen to reply. ~ Stephen R Covey
316:When Communication with others is from love to love... it is deeply satisfying and healthy. ~ Gerald Jampolsky
317:When one person yells the other should listen. When two people yell, there’s no communication. ~ Dale Carnegie
318:I think that's the key [of communication] - to not use one method of communication for all people. ~ Mark Boyle
319:Loyalty is not the kind of exclusive deal, it's just a sincere communication and the same values. ~ Romain Gary
320:Men and women belong to different species and communications between them is still in its infancy. ~ Bill Cosby
321:Art is communication spoken by man for humanity in a language raised above the everyday happening. ~ Mary Wigman
322:because total non-communication in a place like the circle was so difficult, it felt like violence ~ Dave Eggers
323:If we're being unilateral, then communication does not happen, the relationship does not happen. ~ Ross W Greene
324:I love a friendship that flatters itself in the sharpness and vigor of its communications. ~ Michel de Montaigne
325:No relationship can survive without trust, honesty, and communication, no matter how close you are. ~ J Sterling
326:Understanding human nature. Perception. That's how I see acting - perception and communication. ~ Juliette Lewis
327:With my natural communication abilities, I could probably gather a crowd even without the Spirit. ~ Francis Chan
328:Words that are carefully framed and spoken are the most powerful means of communication there is. ~ Nancy Duarte
329:A good marriage can be ruined by poor communications - and by forgetting to put the lid back down. ~ Gene Simmons
330:Be bold. Be fast. Get to the point right away. The best email communication is simple and clear. ~ Constance Hale
331:Communications requires study, preparation, and a special attention to truth, goodness and beauty. ~ Pope Francis
332:Each new tool for communication has provoked panic that society will devolve into silly chatter. ~ Clive Thompson
333:From birth my tongue has had a fire
for communication
with trees and dirt and water ~ Jimmy Santiago Baca
334:Honest communication is built on truth and integrity and upon respect of the one for the other. ~ Benjamin E Mays
335:Modernism is about space. Postmodernism is about communication. You should do what turns you on. ~ Robert Venturi
336:Society cannot share a common communication system so long as it is split into warring factions. ~ Bertolt Brecht
337:The key to high-quality communication is trust, and its hard to trust somebody that you dont know. ~ Ben Horowitz
338:Words are a wonderful form of communication, but they will never replace kisses and punches. ~ Ashleigh Brilliant
339:Clear communication. Respect. A lot of laughter. And a lot of orgasms. That's what makes a marriage work. ~ Dr Dre
340:Good communications have done more to win wars throughout history than well-armed battalions. ~ Robert N Charrette
341:I see so many activists... who are artists because they feel that they have the power of communication. ~ Yoko Ono
342:Photography theory is most often situated between art history, film theory, and communication studies ~ David Bate
343:Silence isn't golden and it surely doesn't mean consent, so start practicing the art of communication. ~ T D Jakes
344:Speech is one symptom of affection; and silence one; the perfect communication is heard of none. ~ Emily Dickinson
345:That was when I realised that music is the most profound, magical form of communication there is. ~ Lesley Garrett
346:Behind every communication problem is a sweaty ten-minute conversation that you don't want to have. ~ Gay Hendricks
347:Good communication is just as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after. ~ Anne Morrow Lindbergh
348:I'm kind of interested in visual communication. For me it's more about suggesting than arguing a point. ~ Iron Wine
349:One thing I've learned to appreciate as I've gotten a little older is direct forms of communication. ~ Billy Corgan
350:Without credible communication, and a lot of it, the hearts and minds of others are never captured. ~ John P Kotter
351:I feel like I was writing as I was learning to talk. Writing was always a go-to form of communication. ~ Frank Ocean
352:Strange about parents. We have such easy access to them and such daunting problems of communication. ~ James Merrill
353:The kinds of errors that cause plane crashes are invariably errors of teamwork and communication. ~ Malcolm Gladwell
354:The most essential thing in life is to establish an unafraid, heartfelt communication with others. ~ Sogyal Rinpoche
355:The new artists coming through were very materialistic and Hollywood, not so engaged in communication. ~ Patti Smith
356:and because total non-communication in a place like the Circle was so difficult, it felt like violence. ~ Dave Eggers
357:Art is a technique of communication. The image is the most complete technique of all communication. ~ Claes Oldenburg
358:Electronic communication is one means by which the very idea of public life has been put to an end. ~ Richard Sennett
359:For me, becoming a man had a lot to do with learning communication, and I learned about that by acting. ~ Adam Driver
360:Human suffering is articulated in language; communication is how we seek help, consolation, etc. ~ Rigoberto Gonzalez
361:I think that a solid team, solid communication, is the number one thing in life at all times. ~ Nikka Graff Lanzarone
362:the communication/of the dead is tongued with fire beyond/the language of the living"--The Little Gidding ~ T S Eliot
363:The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. —GEORGE BERNARD SHAW ~ Anonymous
364:But now put off all these, wrath, anger, malice, calumny, filthy communications out of your mouth. ~ Colossians III. 8
365:Language is a poor enough means of communication as it is. So we should use all the words we have. ~ Caitl n R Kiernan
366:No pleasure is fully delightful without communications, and no delight absolute except imparted. ~ Michel de Montaigne
367:Painting is an extension of man's means of communication. As such, it's pure, difficult, and wonderful. ~ Sidney Nolan
368:Poor communication doesn't disconnet souls. It's the disconnected souls who poorly communicate. ~ Suzanne Woods Fisher
369:Respectful communication under conflict or opposition is an essential and truly awe-inspiring ability. ~ Bryant McGill
370:We don’t need better emotional communication from machines. We need people to have more empathy. ~ Charlie Jane Anders
371:Your tools have elevated gossip, hearsay and conjecture to the level of valid, mainstream communication. ~ Dave Eggers
372:God’s warriors don’t avoid conflict. They fight through it with communication and a positive outlook. ~ Shannon L Alder
373:I think that new communications are wonderful and I am delighted to be a part of the Internet generation ~ Judy Collins
374:Success resulted from determination and will, but also from innovation and communication with the team. ~ Jocko Willink
375:The Internet has brought communities across the globe closer together through instant communication. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick
376:The telephone, it struck me at that moment, is the wrong means of communication for people without ears. ~ Timur Vermes
377:All in all, in-person social interaction is much better for mental health than electronic communication. ~ Jean M Twenge
378:core strategy for Cross Communication: to “use Cross Communication to ‘flip a switch’ in the consumer’s mind ~ Anonymous
379:I slept for four years. I didn't study much of anything. I majored in something called communication arts. ~ Don DeLillo
380:Music is the social act of communication among people, a gesture of friendship, the strongest there is. ~ Malcolm Arnold
381:(...) my problem with paper is that all communication dies with it. It holds no possibility of continuity. ~ Dave Eggers
382:Respectful communication under conflict or opposition is an essential and truly awe-inspiring ability. ~ Bryant H McGill
383:The internet is changing all forms of communication, and this definitely includes political communication. ~ Theresa May
384:The internet must be used to maximise open communication and we should encourage the expansion of its use. ~ Helen Zille
385:The most important thing in coaching is communication. It's not what you say as much as what they absorb. ~ Red Auerbach
386:Communication is a continual balancing act, juggling the conflicting needs for intimacy and independence ~ Deborah Tannen
387:He read political science, mass media communications, finance, and international conflict resolution, ~ David Lagercrantz
388:I want to help clean up the state that is so sorry today of journalism. And I have a communications degree. ~ Sarah Palin
389:Most of the time, communication gets confused with conversation. In fact, the two are distinctly different. ~ Abdul Kalam
390:the neurotic symptom is a communication about truth: that the illusion that one is invulnerable is a lie. ~ Ernest Becker
391:This isn't bickering. This is classic mother-daughter communications. I've been reading up on it. ~ Christina Baker Kline
392:An efficient telecommunications network is the foundation upon which an information society is built. ~ Talal Abu Ghazaleh

Is a work of art

Some are normally born with it

Some may need a chart
~ A Saleh
394:Communication is not about speaking what we think. Communication is about ensuring others hear what we mean. ~ Simon Sinek
395:I come from a tradition - from the Jewish tradition, which believes in words, in language, in communication. ~ Elie Wiesel
396:Our world is drowning in communication, but starving for genuine communio—the union of true communion. ~ Michael D O Brien
397:Sarcasm doesn't appear to work on him. If that's true, I'm in trouble: It's my normal mode of communication. ~ Rick Yancey
398:There must be a reason why photographers are not very good at verbal communication. I think we get lazy. ~ Annie Leibovitz
399:Because it's one of these sort of connections between nodes- every pair of people adds communication overhead. ~ Sam Altman
400:Dance is communication, and so the great challenge is to speak clearly, beautifully and with inevitability. ~ Martha Graham
401:Globalisation due to growing international exchange and communication is believed to shape the new generation’s ~ Anonymous
402:Moving around limits tribal affiliations that are detrimental to democracy, communication, and innovation. ~ Ricardo Semler
403:We decentralise the ability to decide the level of publicity that's attached to any of our communications. ~ Edward Snowden
404:Without a possibility of change in meanings human communication could not perform its present functions. ~ Kenneth Lee Pike
405:A lot of the music editing job is communication and working out what a director really wants the music to be. ~ Steven Price
406:Human experience throughout the ages has been enhanced through learning, information and communication. ~ Talal Abu Ghazaleh
407:Imagination is the faculty of the mind that God has given us to make the communication of his beauty beautiful. ~ John Piper
408:It was a mystery why the army bothered with a signal communication system when its men were so good at gossip. ~ Ruth Downie
409:Poetry is the communication through words of certain experiences that can be communicated in no other way. ~ John Drinkwater
410:Under his breath, he repeated the words of Xenophon: “Anger undermines effective communication with your horse. ~ Jojo Moyes
411:Communication is not what we say, but what you hear (which is a lesson I wish our educational system understood) ~ Tucker Max
412:Effective communication is built on the cement of trust. And trust is based on trustworthiness, not politics. ~ Stephen Covey
413:I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express what it too deep to find for words. ~ Ruth St Denis
414:I think it's important to have a consistent communication with the fans but I don't think it should be expected. ~ Beau Bokan
415:I think the greatest gifts we can give each other in a relationship are the gifts of kindness and communication. ~ Jane Green
416:Language, any language, has a dual character: it is both a means of communication and a carrier of culture ~ Ng g wa Thiong o
417:Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language. ~ Walt Disney
418:One of them, for example, which will probably haunt me more than any other is the problem of communication. ~ Georges Simenon
419:Relationships thrive when communication reflects a ready acceptance and respect of people's innate differences. ~ John N Gray
420:That which is communicated, i.e., understood, is metaphysical. The means of communication is physical. ~ R Buckminster Fuller
421:This kind of “communication” helps your clothes stay vibrant and keeps your relationship with them alive longer. ~ Marie Kond
422:Unhealthy relationships are most commonly lacking in the most essential of ingredient: healthy communication. ~ Asa Don Brown
423:Across the communication landscape move the specters of sinister technologies and the dreams that money can buy. ~ J G Ballard
424:communication is a two-party affair which aims at passing on or receiving a specific piece of information. ~ A P J Abdul Kalam
425:even though we may be physically separated from one another, we can still be in instantaneous communication—and ~ Gregg Braden
426:For me, pictures provide a means of holding, intensely, a moment of communication between one human and another. ~ Emmet Gowin
427:If there is one general law of communication it is that we never communicate as effectively as we think we do. ~ Charles Handy
428:In 1738, the Pope issued an encyclical banning all participation in Masonry under threat of excommunication. ~ James Wasserman
429:In any human interaction, the required amount of communication is inversely proportional to the level of trust. ~ Ben Horowitz
430:Seeking first to understand isn't about who's right or wrong; it is a philosophy of effective communication. ~ Richard Carlson
431:The body is precious and the body is always going to speak through its own capacity for communication and love. ~ Dolores Hart
432:Bell's theorem...proves that quantum theory requires connections that appear to resemble telepathic communication. ~ Gary Zukav
433:hyper-communication can mean we spend more time on Facebook than we do face-to-face with the people we care about. ~ Bren Brown
434:It was a simple and perfect bit of wordless communication, the sort people who love each other take for granted. ~ Stephen King
435:Kris [Jenner] and the family, they have the power of communication. This is the number one communications company. ~ Kanye West
436:Most of the time, communication gets confused with conversation. In fact, the two are distinctly different. ~ A P J Abdul Kalam
437:Music is a therapy.It is a communication far more powerful than words, far more immediate, far more efficient. ~ Yehudi Menuhin
438:Persuasive communication involves enthusiasm, animation, audience participation, authenticity and spontaneity. ~ John C Maxwell
439:To me, animal communication seemed an insane idea, years ago; but my experience altered my life and my beliefs. ~ Bernie Siegel
440:Understanding has very specific component parts. These component parts are affinity, reality and communication. ~ L Ron Hubbard
441:Which sideband is most commonly used for voice communications on frequencies of 14 MHz or higher? A. Upper sideband ~ Anonymous
442:She had that motherly no-bullshit way of using her hands as a second communication device and I always fell for it. ~ Devon Monk
443:We know there is a problem with communication but we are not going to discuss it in front of the entire staff. ~ Robert Townsend
444:We need not just one flash of light and comfort, but we need the continuing blessing of communication with God. ~ Henry B Eyring
445:Communications is the number one major in America today. CNN had 25,000 applicants for five intern jobs this summer. ~ Larry King
446:I think of filmmaking as a form of communication. Maybe it's also an art, but that's for somebody else to decide. ~ Roger Deakins
447:Nonverbal communication is an elaborate secret code that is written nowhere, known by none, and understood by all. ~ Edward Sapir
448:Only as we keep an open communication with our deep inner life will we have the wisdom to make effective choices. ~ Stephen Covey
449:The beginning of motion in matter itself is as conceivable a priori as its communication from mind and intelligence. ~ David Hume
450:The internet, Facebook and Twitter have created mass communications and social spaces that regimes cannot control. ~ Shimon Peres
451:True interactivity is not about clicking on icons or downloading files, it's about encouraging communication. ~ Edwin Schlossberg
452:Any problem, big or small, within a family, always seems to start with bad communication. Someone isn't listening. ~ Emma Thompson
453:Even in developing markets, we're seeing the growth of digital communication is proceeding at a very rapid pace. ~ Irene Rosenfeld
454:Evil communication corrupts good manners. I hope to live to hear that good communication corrects bad manners. ~ Benjamin Banneker
455:modern information and communication technologies are the greatest tools for self-empowerment we’ve ever seen. ~ Peter H Diamandis
456:Now, I return to this young fellow. And the communication I have got to make is, that he has Great Expectations. ~ Charles Dickens
457:Now, I return to this young fellow. And the communication I have got to make is, that he has great expectations. ~ Charles Dickens
458:The strong man is the one who is able to intercept at will the communication between the senses and the mind. ~ Napoleon Bonaparte
459:Violence is essentially wordless. and it can begin only where thought and rational communication have broken down. ~ Thomas Merton
460:Words are an unnecessary trouble. Expression is time wasting away. Any communication is just a yelp in the darkness. ~ Joseph Fink
461:As the world gets smaller and communication spreads further and further out there, you try to find the right balance. ~ Lars Ulrich
462:CIVILISATION is not to be judged by the rapidity of communication, but by the value of what is communicated. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton
463:Communication creates collaboration. Big ears are better than big egos. When you’re not listening, ask good questions. ~ Bill Walsh
464:Corporation opened its doors in Mountain View, California. Four years later, Mosaic Communications had morphed into the ~ Anonymous
465:From my perspective, the state has to assume responsibility for the integrity of international communications. ~ Thomas de Maiziere
466:Healthy communication and an unconditional environment can prove the greatest asset to defeating at-risk behaviors. ~ Asa Don Brown
467:In 1984, I turned to theater in the hopes of finding a more direct form of communication between me and my people. ~ Cherrie Moraga
468:Intimate communication with God will prevent us from lighting our common will on the alter of His holy purpose. ~ Alisa Hope Wagner
469:Nonverbal communication forms a social language that is in many ways richer and more fundamental than our words. ~ Leonard Mlodinow
470:One rule of thumb used in communications research is that 90 percent or more of an emotional message is nonverbal. ~ Daniel Goleman
471:The more wonderful the means of communication, the more trivial, tawdry, or depressing its contents seemed to be. ~ Arthur C Clarke
472:Toddlers really are daft with their inexperience and lack of communication skills. They all need to fucking grow up. ~ Sarah Noffke
473:All communication is manipulation,” Jedao said. “You’re a mathematician. You should know that from information theory. ~ Yoon Ha Lee
474:Code formatting is about communication, and communication is the professional developer’s first order of business. ~ Robert C Martin
475:Human communication and literature are all made of words; thus, it’s hard to overestimate their unbelievable power. ~ Sahara Sanders
476:If you appreciate, perpetuate and explore your own dreams,
then you'll know that dream isn't a one-way communication. ~ Toba Beta
477:I love scripts about relationships, and I love to see puppy love evolving into this mature love and communication. ~ Joaquin Phoenix
478:The agency regards itself as needing no specific justification to collect any particular electronic communication, ~ Glenn Greenwald
479:The noise of fast and shallow communications makes it harder to hear the quieter sounds that emanate from the depths. ~ David Brooks
480:The pure force of life are in communication with each other, independently of us, and then we cannot hide who we are. ~ Paulo Coelho
481:When our communication supports compassionate giving and receiving, happiness replaces violence and grieving. ~ Marshall B Rosenberg
482:Who would have thought that a means of communication limited to 140 characters would ever create misunderstanding? ~ Stephen Colbert
483:With civilization comes communication, he said. Whatever can’t be expressed might as well not exist. Nil, nothing. ~ Haruki Murakami
484:Communication is the one class no one graduates from. Even the wisest man's words will be misinterpreted by a fool. ~ Shannon L Alder
485:Facebook, instagram - I prefer visual communication better than verbal. But I read all the comments, answering too. ~ Verka Serduchka
486:He turned back to face them. ‘I do make sense to you, don’t I? I’m not just imagining that communication is taking place? ~ Greg Egan
487:My father fought in World War I and single-handedly destroyed the Germans' line of communication. He ate their pigeon. ~ Frank Carson
488:One of the emotional affordances of digital communication is that one can always hide behind deliberated nonchalance. ~ Sherry Turkle
489:[Our] first and foremost duty [is] to seek the Lord until we open the path of communication from God to our own soul. ~ Brigham Young
490:We are born into a box of time and space. We use words and communication to break out of it and to reach out to others. ~ Roger Ebert
491:Being a good television screenwriter requires an understanding of the way film accelerates the communication of words. ~ Steven Bochco
492:Communication was often like this, though: stumbling, tripping, getting up again. Moving, however clumsily, forward. ~ Michelle Sagara
493:I think for any relationship to be successful, there needs to be loving communication, appreciation, and understanding. ~ Miranda Kerr
494:John W. Gardner observed, “If I had to name a single all-purpose instrument of leadership, it would be communication. ~ John C Maxwell
495:Misunderstandi ngs happen because we do not understand that different people have different styles of communication. ~ Tony Alessandra
496:One undeniably crucial skill for all leaders is communication. Leadership and communication are inextricably related. ~ George B Bradt
497:There was meaning in this, as multilayered as poetry and as clear as metaphor. Magic is merely communication, after all. ~ N K Jemisin
498:Tide goes in, tide goes out. Never a miscommunication. You can't explain that. You can't explain why the tide goes in. ~ Bill O Reilly
499:To conclude: good journalism is one of the models of good conversation and communication in the wider social context. ~ Rowan Williams
500:We are training each other in acts of communication we barely understand. We are, constitutively, companion species. ~ Donna J Haraway


  125 Integral Yoga
   31 Occultism
   17 Christianity
   16 Philosophy
   12 Fiction
   7 Psychology
   5 Science
   2 Theosophy
   2 Poetry
   1 Yoga
   1 Mythology
   1 Integral Theory
   1 Buddhism

   95 Sri Aurobindo
   62 The Mother
   59 Satprem
   16 Aleister Crowley
   12 H P Lovecraft
   12 A B Purani
   11 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   9 James George Frazer
   7 Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
   5 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   5 Plotinus
   5 Nirodbaran
   5 Jordan Peterson
   5 Friedrich Nietzsche
   4 Aldous Huxley
   3 Franz Bardon
   2 Plato

   17 The Life Divine
   17 Record of Yoga
   16 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   13 Magick Without Tears
   12 Lovecraft - Poems
   12 Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   9 The Golden Bough
   8 Agenda Vol 10
   8 Agenda Vol 07
   7 Agenda Vol 08
   6 Essays In Philosophy And Yoga
   5 Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo
   5 The Future of Man
   5 Sri Aurobindo or the Adventure of Consciousness
   5 Maps of Meaning
   5 Letters On Yoga I
   5 Agenda Vol 01
   4 The Perennial Philosophy
   4 Letters On Yoga IV
   4 City of God
   4 Agenda Vol 12
   4 Agenda Vol 06
   4 Agenda Vol 03
   4 Agenda Vol 02
   3 Walden
   3 Twilight of the Idols
   3 The Secret Doctrine
   3 Sex Ecology Spirituality
   3 Questions And Answers 1929-1931
   3 On the Way to Supermanhood
   3 Liber ABA
   3 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01
   3 Agenda Vol 13
   2 Thus Spoke Zarathustra
   2 The Secret Of The Veda
   2 The Practice of Magical Evocation
   2 Questions And Answers 1953
   2 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 04
   2 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 01
   2 Letters On Yoga III
   2 Isha Upanishad
   2 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03
   2 Agenda Vol 05
   2 Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2E

02.05 - Federated Humanity, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The autocratic empire is dead and gone: we need not fear its shadow or ghostly regeneration. But the ideal which inspired it in secret and justified its advent and reign is a truth that has still its day. The drive of Nature, of the inner consciousness of humanity was always to find a greater and larger unit for the collective life of mankind. That unit today has to be a federation of free peoples and nations. In the place of nations, several such commonwealths must now form the broad systems of the body politic of human collectivity. That must give the pattern of its texture, the outline of its configuration the shape of things to come. Such unit is no longer a hypothetical proposition, a nebula, a matter of dream and imagination. It has become a practical necessity; first of all, because of the virtual impossibility of any single nation, big or small, standing all by itself alonemilitary and political and economic exigencies demand inescapable collaboration with others, and secondly, because of the still stricter geographical compulsion the speed and ease of Communication has made the globe so small and all its parts so interdependent that none can possibly afford to be exclusive and self-centred.

03.11 - Modernist Poetry, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   and a modernist critic acclaims it as a marvellous, aye, a stupendous piece of poetic art; it figures, according to him, the very body of the modern consciousness and resthesis. The modern consciousness, it is said, is marked with two characteristics: first, it is polyphonic, that is to say, it is not a simple and unilateral thing, but a composite consisting of many planes and strands, both horizontal and vertical. A modern consciousness is a section of world-consciousness extending in space as well as in time; there is, on one hand, the bringing together and intermingling of diverse and even disparate contemporary cultures, produced by free and easy and rapid Communication between different parts of the world; on the other hand, there is the connection and communion with all the past civilisations brought about by modern scientific researches. A modern man, who is representative of the age, when he looks close into himself, would find in him a texture of consciousness, the warp of which is spread out from the culture of the Greenlander in the North Pole to that of the Polynesian near the South Pole as well as from the culture of the Anglo-Saxon in the far West to that of the Korean and Nipponese in the far East; and the woof consists of traditions and legends threading past the Egyptian, the Sumerian and Atlantean glyphs and runes, and forward to present-day ideologiestotalitarianism and proletarianism or others like and unlike.

03.11 - The Language Problem and India, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 02, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Almost till the end of the last century French was the language of culture all over Europe. It was taught there as part of liberal education in all the countries and a sojourn in France was considered necessary to complete the course. Those who were interested in human culture and wished to specialise inbelles lettres had to cultivate more or less an intimate acquaintance with the Gallic Minerva. English has since risen to eminence, due to the far-flung political and commercial net that the nation has spread; it has become almost an indispensable instrument for Communication between races that are non-English and far from England. Once upon a time it was said of a European that he had two countries, his own and France; today it can be said with equal or even more truth that a citizen of the modern world has two mother tongues, his own and English.
   It may be questioned whether too many languages are not imposed on us in this way and whether it will not mean in the end a Babel and inefficiency. It need not be so and it is not going to be so. We must remember the age we are in, its composite structure, its polyphonic nature. In the ancient and mediaeval ages, the ages of separatism and exclusiveness of clans and tribes and regions, even in the later age of the states and nations, the individual group-consciousness was strong and sedulously fostered. Languages and literature grew and developed more or less independently and with equal vigour, although always through some kind of give and take. But the modern world has been made so inextricably one, ease of Communication and free interchange have obliterated the separating boundaries, not only geographical but psychological. The modern consciousness has so developed and is so circumstanced that one can very easily be bi-lingual or even trilingual: indeed one has to be so, speaking and writing with equal felicity not only one's mother tongue but one or more adopted tongues. Modern culture means that.

04.02 - A Chapter of Human Evolution, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 01, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The Greek Mind, as I said, is the bridge thrown across the gulf existing between the spiritual, the occult, the intuitive and the sensuous, the physical, the material. Since the arrival of the Hellenes a highway has been built up, a metalled macada-mised road connecting these two levels of human experience and there is possible now a free and open Communication from the one to the other. We need not speak any more of God and the gods and the divine principles indirectly through symbols and similes, but in mental terms which are closer to our normal understanding and we can also utilise the form of our intellection and reasoning to represent and capture something of what lies beyond intellect and reason.

07.20 - Why are Dreams Forgotten?, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   It is because dreams do not occur always in the same domain. It is not always the same part of the being that dreams nor is it the same place where one dreams. If one were in conscious Communication with all the parts of one's being then one would remember all his dreams. But it is only with a few parts of your being that you remain in conscious contact in sleep. For example, you have a dream in the subtle physical, that is to say, in the domain very near the physical. This generally happens towards the end of the night, in the early hours of the morning just before you get up (say between four and five). Before rising from bed, if you remain very quiet, without making any movement and concentrate a little, you will be able to remember the dreams that you had immediately before: the Communication between the physical and the subtle physical being close, you would be able to re-member easily enough. Now if you begin from the beginning what happens is something like this. As you fall into sleep, the body becomes quiet and the vital too goes to rest; but the mind continues to be active, it has not gone to sleep. You have now what are called mental dreams built out of all kinds of ideas and imaginations set free. After a time the mind gets tired and falls silent; the vital has rested sufficiently and wakes up in its turn and moves about. Your dreams of the mental domain are pushed back giving place to vital dreams. When you are active in the vital you very often go out of your body, visit all kinds of places and get involved in various exploits and adventures. If you wake up suddenly then, you would remember your vital exploits in sleep. Some people train themselves to get up at fixed hour of the night. They thus bring to memory the dreams they had just before waking. Now the vital too after having been sufficiently active gets tired and goes to rest. Yet another part of the being now re-places the vital and comes forward. It may be the turn of the subtle physical to enter the arena. The vital is pushed back and you lose contact with it.

07.38 - Past Lives and the Psychic Being, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 03, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   There are people who say and perhaps believe too that they were such and such persons and even give a detailed description of their past lives. There are also the well-known sprit Communications through a medium at spirit sitting. Someone comes and tells you he was Napoleon, another was Shakespeare and so on. How many Shakespeares and Napoleons and Caesars have manifested in this way, there is no counting! There are spirits who are extremely talkative and bewitch you with extraordinary stories, many that seem so true and genuine on the face, many others, of course, full of the grossest self-contradictions. The fact, however, is that usually these spirits are small beings of the vital, often remnants of a dead person, broken bits of his decomposed personality, desires that have persisted, coagulated imaginations set free that move about and seek to possess and settle upon a living person. The small spirits of the vital are often not of good disposition; they amuse themselves at the cost of the gullible human being, making a fool of him. In that world it is easy to read the mind of others: the spirit sees clearly what is there in your head even if you do not speak it out. That is how it reveals secrets known to you alone, even secrets you have totally forgotten. They can imitate other personalities. They know many other small tricks to confuse or astound you.

1.00e - DIVISION E - MOTION ON THE PHYSICAL AND ASTRAL PLANES, #A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, #Alice Bailey, #Occultism
  Hearing on the mental plane is simply an extension of the faculty of differentiating sound. The hearing dealt with on all these planes is the hearing that has to do with the form, that concerns the vibration of matter, and that is occupied with the not-self. It has not to do with the psyche, or the telepathic Communication that proceeds from mind to mind, but with the sound of the form or that power whereby one separated unit of consciousness is aware of another unit who is not himself. Bear this carefully in mind. When the extension of hearing becomes such that it concerns the psyche, then we call it telepathy or that wordless Communication that is the synthesis of hearing on all the three lower planes and which is known by the Ego in the causal body on the formless levels of the mental plane.

10.15 - The Evolution of Language, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 04, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   And yet poets, mystic poets have always sought to express themselves, to express something of their experience and illumination through the word, the human tongue. It is extremely interesting to see how a material, constructed or formed to satisfy the requirements of an ordinary physical life is being turned into an instrument for luminous and effective Communication and expression of other truths and realities in the hands of these seer-creators (kavi-kratu). They take the materials from ordinary normal life, familiar objects and happenings but use them as images and allegories putting into them a new sense and a new light. Also they give a new, unfamiliar turn to their utterance, a new syntax, sometimes uncommon construction and novel vocabulary to the language itself so that it has even the appearance of something very irregular and twisted and obscure. Indeed obscurity itself in the expression, in the form of the language has often been taken as the very sign of the higher and hidden experience and illumination.

1.01 - Economy, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  Our manners have been corrupted by Communication with the saints. Our hymn-books resound with a melodious cursing of God and enduring him forever. One would say that even the prophets and redeemers had rather consoled the fears than confirmed the hopes of man. There is nowhere recorded a simple and irrepressible satisfaction with the gift of life, any memorable praise of God. All health and success does me good, however far off and withdrawn it may appear; all disease and failure helps to make me sad and does me evil, however much sympathy it may have with me or I with it. If, then, we would indeed restore mankind by truly Indian, botanic, magnetic, or natural means, let us first be as simple and well as Nature ourselves, dispel the clouds which hang over our own brows, and take up a little life into our pores. Do not stay to be an overseer of the poor, but endeavor to become one of the worthies of the world.

1.01 - Fundamental Considerations, #The Ever-Present Origin, #unset, #Philosophy
  It is our task in this book to work out this aperspectival basis. Our discussion will rely more an the evidence presented in the history of thought than on the findings of the natural sciences as is the case with the authors Transformation of the Occident. Among the disciplines of historical thought the investigation of language will form the predominant source of our insight since it is the preeminent means of reciprocal Communication between man and the world.

1.01 - MAPS OF EXPERIENCE - OBJECT AND MEANING, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  subjective) must be at least eliminated from definition as a real aspect of the object.
  The painstaking empirical process of identification, Communication and comparison has proved to be a
  strikingly effective means for accurately specifying the nature of the relatively invariant features of the

1.02 - MAPS OF MEANING - THREE LEVELS OF ANALYSIS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  musculature of the face, lips, and tongue over-represented, once again, in the motor homunculus helped
  render subtle Communication possible. Development of explicit language extended the power of such
   Communication immensely. Increasingly detailed exchange of information enabled the resources of all to
  and behavioral response to cues of reward, in the form of hope, curiosity and active approach.
  Human beings enjoy capacity for investigation, classification and consequent Communication, which is
  qualitatively different from that characterizing any other animal. The material structure of Homo sapiens is
  where most information remains latent). Human beings can manipulate take apart and put together
  with far more facility than any other creature. Furthermore, our capacity for Communication both verbal
  and nonverbal has meant almost unbelievable facilitation of exploration, and subsequent diversity of
  procedures that constitute that manipulation) to each other, across immense spatial and temporal barriers.
  This capacity for exploration, verbal elaboration and Communication of such in turn dramatically heightens
  our capacity for exploration (as we have access to all communicated strategies and interpretive schemas,
  expanded in some ways, beyond our own comprehension by our capacity for verbal and non-verbal
  (primarily mimetic158) Communication. We can mimic and learn from everyone who surrounds us, and
  who we can directly contact. In addition, we can obtain information from everyone who can write
  things. This information is generated in the course of active exploration, and modified often
  unrecognizably by constant, multigenerational, interpersonal Communication. We live in social groups;
  most of our interactions are social in nature. We spend most of our time around others and, when we are
  linguistic systems finish the story: adding logic, proper temporal order, internal consistency, verbal
  representation, and possibility for rapid abstract explicit Communication. In this way, our explicit
  knowledge of value is expanded, through the analysis of our own dreams. Interpretations that work
  disposal. Much of this information can be extracted from the social environment, and the behavioral
  interactions and strategies of representation emergent properties of exploration and Communication that
  are embedded in the social structure. Much of this information is still implicit that is, coded in
  more recently developed semantic (linguistic) knowledge, whose operations, in large part, allow for
  abstract representation of the contents of the imagination, and Communication thereof. Squire and ZolaMorgan166 have represented the relationship between these memory forms according to the schematic of
  Figure 12: The Multiple Structure of Memory.167 The neuroanatomical basis of knowing how remains
  essence allows everyone to benefit from the creative action of everyone else (at least everyone with
  whom Communication might conceivably take place). The fact of our sociability ensures that our adaptive
  behaviors are structured with the social community in mind at least in the long run and increases our
  mnestic system (of the listener), although perhaps not yet transformed into a form capable either of explicit
  (semantic) Communication, or alteration of procedure.177 178 It is for this reason that Shakespeare might be
  viewed as a precursor to Freud (think of Hamlet): Shakespeare knew what Freud later discovered but
  then codification) of childrens games.180 It is the organization of such games and their elaboration,
  through repeated Communication that constitutes the basis for the construction of culture itself.
  Behavior is imitated, then abstracted into play, formalized into drama and story, crystallized into myth
  the stories that most easily or by default occupy our attention have contents that are relatively accessible
  to consciousness that is, to explicit verbal/semantic formulation and Communication. The higherlevel stories that cover a broader expanse of spatial-temporal territory are increasingly complex and,
  therefore, cannot be as simply formulated. Myth steps in to fill the breach.
  cosmos, this is precisely because it was first consecrated, because, in one way or another, it is the work
  of the gods or is in Communication with the world of the gods. The world (that is, our world) is a
  universe within which the sacred has already manifested itself, in which, consequently, the breakthrough from plane to plane has become possible and repeatable. It is not difficult to see why the
  established. (Shatapatha Brahmana, VII, 1,1,1-4). By the erection of a fire altar Agni is made present,
  and Communication with the world of the gods is ensured; the space of the altar becomes a sacred space.
  But the meaning of the ritual is far more complex, and if we consider all of its ramifications, we shall
  A new manner of dealing with (that is, behaving with regards to or classifying) an emergent unknown is
  the gift of the hero a gift which demands to be given, which compels Communication, either directly (say,
  in the form of immediate imitation) or indirectly (in the form of abstract description, or narrative). There is
  The power of the past is given due recognition in the ritual of ancestor worship, for example, which is
  motivated by desire to remain in Communication with the dead (which is motivated, that is, by desire to
  retain the wisdom, protective power and guiding hand of the dead). Such motivation comprised a force
  What is cast in stone, so to speak, is remembered and what is remembered (in the absence of
  permanent literate means of Communication) is the value of culture, the significance of the discoveries of
  all those whose exisence preceded the present time. The past, made metaphorically present in the form of

1.02 - The 7 Habits An Overview, #The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, #Stephen Covey, #unset
  Nevertheless, the current social paradigm enthrones independence. It is the avowed goal of many individuals and social movements. Most of the self-improvement material puts independence on a pedestal, as though Communication, teamwork, and cooperation were lesser values.
  Nevertheless, the current social paradigm enthrones independence. It is the avowed goal of many individuals and social movements. Most of the self-improvement material puts independence on a pedestal, as though Communication, teamwork, and cooperation were lesser values.
  As you become truly independent, you have the foundation for effective interdependence. You have the character base from which you can effectively work on the more personality-oriented "Public
  Victories" of teamwork, cooperation, and Communication in Habits 4, 5, and 6.

1.02 - THE NATURE OF THE GROUND, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  The acts willed by our minds are accomplished either through the instrumentality of the physiological intelligence and the body, or, very exceptionally, and to a limited extent, by direct supernormal means of the PK variety. Analogously the physical situations willed by a divine Providence may be arranged by the perpetually creating Mind that sustains the universein which case Providence will appear to do its work by wholly natural means; or else, very exceptionally, the divine Mind may act directly on the universe from the outside, as it werein which case the workings of Providence and the gifts of grace will appear to be miraculous. Similarly, the divine Mind may choose to communicate with finite minds either by manipulating the world of men and things in ways, which the particular mind to be reached at that moment will find meaningful; or else there may be direct Communication by something resembling thought transference.

1.02 - The Pit, #A Garden of Pomegranates - An Outline of the Qabalah, #Israel Regardie, #Occultism
  In view of this continual source of misunderstanding, it is clearly necessary to establish a fundamental and universal language for the Communication ofideas, One understands with bitter approval the sad outburst of the aged Fichte :
  " If I had my life to live over again, the first thing I would do would be to invent an entirely new system of symbols whereby to convey my ideas." As a matter of fact, had he but known this, certain people-principally some of the early Qabalists, among whom we may include Raymond Lully, William

1.02 - Where I Lived, and What I Lived For, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  For my part, I could easily do without the post-office. I think that there are very few important Communications made through it. To speak critically, I never received more than one or two letters in my life I wrote this some years ago that were worth the postage. The penny-post is, commonly, an institution through which you seriously offer a man that penny for his thoughts which is so often safely offered in jest.

1.032 - Our Concept of God, #The Study and Practice of Yoga, #Swami Krishnananda, #Yoga
  Love of God is something different from ordinary love, because God is not something which we need today and do not need tomorrow. God is not an object of a temporal necessity. He is not a requisite of a particular period of time, or of a given condition. God is a necessity of every condition, of all times, and for every person, at every place. The reason is that God is the presupposition of every condition of being, and hence the love of God cannot be conditional; it is always unconditional. While every other love can be conditioned by circumstances and needs of the time, no such condition can apply to the love of God. But our concept of God is here a very important factor, which rules the destiny of our love for God. If God is extra-cosmic, which means to say that He is outside the world, as a carpenter is outside the table or the chair, then there should be some means of Communication between the table and the carpenter, or the world and God. The means of Communication is, of course, the very same means that we adopt in coming in contact with anything else in this world. How do we come in contact with any person or thing in this world? We adopt the same means also in respect of God. We cry and shout loudly so that the person will hear us, if the person is far away, and yearn from within for vision and contact of that something which we love.
  So, there is a defect in the concept of God as a Creator or a Maker in the sense of a carpenter or a potter. To obviate this difficulty, people have conceived God as an Immanent Ruler - some such thing as the soul in the body. The soul in the body is not outside the body. It is not a creator of the body in the sense of a carpenter making a chair, and yet we cannot say that the soul is the body; it is not identical. So, a via media was struck by certain thinkers in the religious field, who made out that it is not fair or tenable to hold that God is totally extra-cosmic, in which case there would be no means of Communication with Him. He has to be intimately present in His creation, and He has to be organically related to the world so that there may be a real contact of the effect with the cause. The soul and the body are organically united. We cannot separate the body and the soul they are together.

1.03 - APPRENTICESHIP AND ENCULTURATION - ADOPTION OF A SHARED MAP, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  linguistically-mediated development of religious dogma or codified morality. Advantages of such
  codification are the advantages granted by abstraction per se ease of Communication, facilitation of
  transformation and formal declaration of (historically-sanctified) principles useful in mediation of

1.03 - Meeting the Master - Meeting with others, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Philosophy
   Two Tamil brothers, the elder of whom was a pleader, wanted to meet Sri Aurobindo this morning. They claimed to be guided by the spirit of their eldest brother, Jagannathan, who had died at Rangoon on 1 December 1918. They brought with them three notebooks containing his Communications and some automatic writings. The younger brother was the medium. The notebooks were sent up and Sri Aurobindo glanced at the pages.
   It was conveyed to the brothers that the demand for the Yoga should not depend upon a planchette Communication; it must come from a deeper source. And they must leave the judgment about their fitness for Yoga to Sri Aurobindo.

1.03 - On exile or pilgrimage, #The Ladder of Divine Ascent, #Saint John of Climacus, #unset
  The demons of vainglory prophesy in dreams. Being unscrupulous, they guess the future and foretell it to us. When these visions come true, we are amazed; and we are indeed elated with the thought that we are already near to the gift of foreknowledge. A demon is often a prophet to those who believe him, but he is always a liar to those who despise him. Being a spirit he sees what is happening in the lower air, and noticing that someone is dying, he foretells it to the more credulous types of people through dreams. But the demons know nothing about the future from foreknowledge. For if they did, then the sorcerers would also have been able to foretell our death.
  Devils often transform themselves into angels of light and take the form of martyrs, and make it appear to us during sleep that we are in Communication with them. Then, when we wake up, they plunge us into unholy joy and conceit. But you can detect their deceit by this very fact. For angels reveal torments, judgments and separations; and when we wake up we find that we are trembling and sad. As soon as we begin to believe the devils in dreams, then they make sport of us when we are awake, too. He who believes in dreams is completely inexperienced. But he who distrusts all dreams is a wise man. Only believe dreams that foretell torments and judgment for you. But if despair afflicts you, then such dreams are also from devils.

1.03 - The House Of The Lord, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  Let us then begin from the very break of day. The sun's rays came in by the eastern window; he was awake and the exercises started in bed, prescribed by Manilal. By 6.30 a.m. he sat up to receive the Mother who on her way to the Balcony Darshan visited him to have his darshan. Sri Aurobindo gave us definite instructions to wake him up before the Mother's arrival. On the other hand, the Mother wanted us not to disturb his sleep. So at times we found ourselves in a quandary. Champaklal's devotional nature would not interrupt his sweet nap after the exercises, while I, when alone, would try by all sorts of devices to wake him up. Sometimes he himself would wake up only to learn that the Mother had come and gone! Then she would come back after the darshan and begin her day with his blessings, just as we did after her darshan. This was followed by his reading The Hindu. Between 9.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. the Mother came to comb his hair, apply a lotion and plait it. Most often she finished some business during this period. When a sadhak translated the Mother's Prayers and Meditations into English and wanted her approval, she had it read out before Sri Aurobindo and both of them made the necessary changes. She sometimes talked of private matters, and when her voice sank low, we took the hint and withdrew discreetly. She believed more in subtle methods than in open expressions. The gesture, the look, the smile, the fugitive glance, the silence, a thousand are her ways of Communication to the soul! After the Mother had left, there started the routine of washing the face and mouth. Here a small detail calls for mention by its unusualness. When he had finished using Neem paste for his teeth and the mouth-wash (Vademecum), he massaged his gums with a little bit of Oriental Balm.

1.03 - The Sunlit Path, #On the Way to Supermanhood, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  Then the question sinks a little deeper. In fact, it is not that it sinks or intensifies; it is as if a first breath of air enabled us to appreciate better the daily suffocation we live in and revealed deeper layers to our eyes, other, subtler coverings. We are indeed Bill Smith, a legal and national artifice, a little mechanized cog that would like to get out of the machine. But what is behind Bill Smith? There is a man walking a boulevard, going up and down the great mental roller coaster, humming with a thousand thoughts, of which none truly matters, none remedies his sorrow or desire; there is what the latest book thinks, what that billboard or those headlines scream, what the professor or schoolmaster or friend or colleague or neighbor said a thousand passersby milling in the inner street but where is the one who does not pass, the lodger of the dwelling? There is yesterday's experience, which ties in with the accident of the day before, which ties in with... a gigantic telephone network, with switches, relays and instant Communications, but which really communicates nothing, except the same rehashed and self-contained story, which keeps swelling up and swelling up and curling back onto itself and unrolling a sum of past that never makes a true present, or a future that is but the sum of a million acts adding up to zero where is the act, where? Where is the self of that addition, the minute of being that is not the result of the past, the pure touch of sunlight that escapes that machinery, even more merciless than the other one? There is what our fathers and mothers have put into us, and books, priests, partisans, grandfa ther's cancer, great-uncle's lust, the good of this one, the less good of that one; there are the Tables of the Law of iron, the thou-cannots, thou-should-nots, Newton and the churches, Mendel and the law of gestation of germ cells but what germinates in all that? Where is the Germ, the pure unexpected seed suddenly bursting open, the Thou-Can like a stroke of grace in this implacable round conditioned by the fathers of our fathers inside the mental fortress? There is this little man walking along a boulevard, going up and down the same avenue a thousand times; inside, outside, it's all the same, like nothing walking in nothing, anybody inside anything, John or Peter with only different neckties: between this lamppost and that one nothing has happened. There was nothing, not a single second of being!

1.03 - The Two Negations 2 - The Refusal of the Ascetic, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  12:The possibility of a cosmic consciousness in humanity is coming slowly to be admitted in modern Psychology, like the possibility of more elastic instruments of knowledge, although still classified, even when its value and power are admitted, as a hallucination. In the psychology of the East it has always been recognised as a reality and the aim of our subjective progress. The essence of the passage over to this goal is the exceeding of the limits imposed on us by the ego-sense and at least a partaking, at most an identification with the self-knowledge which broods secret in all life and in all that seems to us inanimate.
  13:Entering into that Consciousness, we may continue to dwell, like It, upon universal existence. Then we become aware, - for all our terms of consciousness and even our sensational experience begin to change, - of Matter as one existence and of bodies as its formations in which the one existence separates itself physically in the single body from itself in all others and again by physical means establishes Communication between these multitudinous points of its being. Mind we experience similarly, and Life also, as the same existence one in its multiplicity, separating and reuniting itself in each domain by means appropriate to that movement. And, if we choose, we can proceed farther and, after passing through many linking stages, become aware of a supermind whose universal operation is the key to all lesser activities. Nor do we become merely conscious of this cosmic existence, but likewise conscious in it, receiving it in sensation, but also entering into it in awareness. In it we live as we lived before in the ego-sense, active, more and more in contact, even unified more and more with other minds, other lives, other bodies than the organism we call ourselves, producing effects not only on our own moral and mental being and on the subjective being of others, but even on the physical world and its events by means nearer to the divine than those possible to our egoistic capacity.
  14:Real then to the man who has had contact with it or lives in it, is this cosmic consciousness, with a greater than the physical reality; real in itself, real in its effects and works. And as it is thus real to the world which is its own total expression, so is the world real to it; but not as an independent existence. For in that higher and less hampered experience we perceive that consciousness and being are not different from each other, but all being is a supreme consciousness, all consciousness is selfexistence, eternal in itself, real in its works and neither a dream nor an evolution. The world is real precisely because it exists only in consciousness; for it is a Conscious Energy one with Being that creates it. It is the existence of material form in its own right apart from the self-illumined energy which assumes the form, that would be a contradiction of the truth of things, a phantasmagoria, a nightmare, an impossible falsehood.

1.04 - THE APPEARANCE OF ANOMALY - CHALLENGE TO THE SHARED MAP, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  the explicit and statable moral rules that characterize a given culture tend to exist for reasons that are still
  implicit and fundamental. The capacity to abstract which has facilitated the Communication of very
  complex and only partially understood ideas is therefore also the capacity to undermine the very
  the development of self-consciousness (how would I behave in a situation like that?)]. In addition,
  abstraction facilitates Communication of morality (instruction in how to behave), by making it unnecessary
  to wait around to watch until something important worth seeing and remembering actually happens.
  hierarchy to the level of action).
  The major advantage of increased abstraction of representation apart from ease of Communication is
  increased adaptive flexibility: alterations in abstract thought can proceed as if as if a game, without
  fundament. The assumptions and values by which an individual human being lives can, by contrast, be
  threatened with a few well-chosen and revolutionary words, whose ease of Communication belies their
  elaborately complex evolutionary history, the depth of heroic endeavor necessary to their formulation, and
  representation of the objective or shared world a logical conclusion of the interpersonal exchange of
  sensory information, made possible by linguistic Communication challenged belief in the reality of the
  mythic world, which was in fact never objective, from the perspective of perception and sensation. The
  conceptual representation of the self. The capacity for such objective description arose as a consequence of
  the Communication of disembodied or abstracted thought from person to person, through processes ranging
  in complexity from concrete imitation to generalized philosophical discourse.
  transient experience, individual past, and historical opinion regarding the nature of ones own experience,
  and human experience in general. The expansion of detailed Communication allows the individual to
  become at least partly aware of his or her own objective nature.

1.04 - The Divine Mother - This Is She, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  It was a new experience indeed, for till then our approach to her was individual and restricted mostly to practical guidance; there was no intellectual Communication and the Mother would always discourage intellectual questions. This was the first time she became collectively expansive and was ready to respond to intellectual seekings, but mainly on spiritual matters. These talks naturally reminded me of Sri Aurobindo's talks for their vivid contrast and I could not but make a mental comparison between them; they sharply bring out the characteristics of two different personalities though their consciousness is one. Here the Mother's personality dominated the whole atmosphere; her tone, mood and manner were stamped with a seriousness, energy and force that demanded close attention. Humour did not play a conspicuous role, but there were flashes of wit. Her eyes were on everybody, her answers, though meant for the questioner, were directed towards all so that there was no room for being inattentive or indifferent. When a play by the Mother was staged by our students, she strictly enjoined on the young children to keep complete silence. The striking difference with Sri Aurobindo, as I have pointed out, was his impersonality. He asked questions or answered them without looking at the questioner. He spoke slowly in a subdued voice with no stress in it. There was no constraint upon you, you were having a talk with a friend, and in friendship, levity, gravity, all were in order. Still, Sri Aurobindo remained Sri Aurobindo to us; there was no loss of reverence. Some of us had hotly discussed topics even to the point of losing our temper before his Witness-Purusha consciousness. That would be very unusual before the Mother. To put a homely simile, they were like a father and mother, both loving but one indulgent, liberal, large, the other a firm though not inconsiderate disciplinarian. Both are aspects of the one Divine Impersonal and Personal, Purusha and Prakriti and both have their ineffable charm. Though all were free to ask her questions, it was not always easy to ask them, as the answers instead of having a direct bearing on the questions were sometimes directed against the consciousness of the person involved; for to her, it was that which was more important, and our consciousness was an open book to her inner sight. These talks continued for quite a long time; the hall used to be packed. Unfortunately no regular record has been kept, first because they flowed very fast and secondly, there were only a few who understood French well. In later days, some talks were held in English out of a special consideration for a few people. I shall quote one or two of them from my scanty records.

1.05 - Buddhism and Women, #Tara - The Feminine Divine, #unset, #Philosophy
  - having possession of all senses, that is, the faculties
  of Communication that allow one to understand the

1.05 - Solitude, #Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience, #Henry David Thoreau, #Philosophy
  Certainly less frequency would suffice for all important and hearty Communications. Consider the girls in a factory,never alone, hardly in their dreams. It would be better if there were but one inhabitant to a square mile, as where I live. The value of a man is not in his skin, that we should touch him.

1.05 - THE HOSTILE BROTHERS - ARCHETYPES OF RESPONSE TO THE UNKNOWN, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  (moral) code. This code is the end result of an evolutionary process, consisting of the establishment of
  creative behaviors, in the course of heroic endeavor, their subsequent Communication in imitation and its
  abstract forms, and their integration, over time, into a consistent pattern of behavior, whose nature and
  expression of experiences otherwise intransmissible by the medium of ordinary language, and the
  cryptic Communication of the hidden meaning of symbols.
  The Stone makes possible the identification of opposites.577 It purifies and perfects the metals. It is
  intruder on the verbally expressive left hemisphere. In other words, they are prototypical of what one might expect
  were interhemispheric Communication so distorted that the left hemisphere could no longer identify the origin of
  activities in the right hemisphere as belonging to the unified consciousness of self. [Doty, R.W. (1989). p. 3].

1.05 - The New Consciousness, #On the Way to Supermanhood, #Satprem, #Integral Yoga
  But at the beginning this functioning is still unsure. We are constantly snatched back by the old machinery, the habit of mulling over thoughts, judging, deducing, calculating, and immediately it is as if a veil fell, a screen came between the quiet clarity behind and the arduous whirlwind here: Communications are jammed. Again we have to take a step back and find the comfortable expanse and it is irritating, uncommunicative and apparently indifferent to our fate, opposing a neutral silence, an unrelieved blankness to the question we send it and which would yet call for an immediate answer. So we yield once more; we start up the machine again only to realize that everything was blank behind so we would not move in front, and that the time for an answer had not yet come. We keep stumbling along and persisting, trustful but awkward outwardly (or in front), when circumstances would call for swiftness and efficiency, and those who work with the old reason may scoff, as perhaps the old veteran anthropoid scoffed at the clumsiness of the apprentice man: we miss the branch. We fall and pick ourselves up. We go on. But gradually, as our demechanization gains ground, grows sure-footed and more perfect, the Communications become clearer, the perceptions more accurate and precise. We begin to unravel a whole jumbled network that had previously seemed like logic itself. From within the tranquil clarity, we notice a multitude of movements rising from below, from outside, from others; it is a mixture of vibrations, a cacophony of minuscule impulses, a battlefield, an arena filled with obscure contenders, blind drives, dark flashes, microscopic and stubborn wills. And all of a sudden, in all that muddle falls a tiny little drop from our quiet river without our wanting it or trying or even asking for it and everything loosens up, smoothes out, disappears, dissolves. That face there in front of us, this grating little circumstance, that knot of difficulty, this stubborn resistance vanishes, melts away, smoothes out, opens up as if by magic. We begin to enter mastery.

1.06 - Agni and the Truth, #The Secret Of The Veda, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The importance of the sacrificial fire in the outward ritual corresponds to the importance of this inward force of unified Light and Power in the inward rite by which there is Communication and interchange between the mortal and the Immortal. Agni is elsewhere frequently described as the envoy, duta, the medium of that Communication and interchange.


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Wikipedia - Category:Wireless communication systems
Wikipedia - CAT Telecom -- Thai telecommunications company
Wikipedia - CBS, Inc. v. Federal Communications Commission -- United States Supreme Court case
Wikipedia - Cell Communication & Adhesion -- UK academic journal
Wikipedia - Cellnex -- Spanish telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Cell signaling -- System of communication
Wikipedia - Cell site -- Cellular telephone site where antennae and electronic communications equipment are placed - typically on a radio mast, tower, or other raised structure - to create a cell (or adjacent cells) in a cellular network
Wikipedia - Cellular communication networks
Wikipedia - Cellular communication
Wikipedia - Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency -- Defunct UK government agency based in Norwich, England
Wikipedia - Central Telegraph -- Russian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Centre commun d'etudes de television et telecommunications -- French telecommunications research center
Wikipedia - Chaim Noy -- Professor of media and communication
Wikipedia - Channel (communications)
Wikipedia - Channel expansion theory -- A theory of communication media perceptions
Wikipedia - Channel service unit -- Telecommunications equipment
Wikipedia - Chaos Communication Congress
Wikipedia - Charter Communications -- American cable services provider
Wikipedia - Charter Spectrum -- Brand of Charter Communications used to market communications services
Wikipedia - Chime Communications Limited -- Marketing services company headquartered in London, UK
Wikipedia - Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute -- former research institute in Ellensburg, Washington
Wikipedia - China Communications Construction Company -- Chinese construction company
Wikipedia - China Telecommunications Corporation
Wikipedia - Chip (CDMA) -- Digital communications term
Wikipedia - Chollian -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Wikipedia - Chris W. Allen -- Professor in the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) and a Fulbright scholar,
Wikipedia - Chronemics -- Study of the role of time in communication
Wikipedia - Chugoku Communication Network -- Radio station in Hiroshima, Japan
Wikipedia - Chunghwa Telecom -- Taiwanese telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Ciena -- Telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Cignal TV -- Media and telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Cincinnati Bell -- US communications company
Wikipedia - Circles.Life -- Telecommunications company in Singapore
Wikipedia - Citytv -- Canadian television network owned by Rogers Communications
Wikipedia - Claro (company) -- Latin American communications services brand, owned by the Mexican company America Movil.
Wikipedia - Claro Puerto Rico -- Puerto Rican telecommunication company
Wikipedia - Clearwire -- Former U.S. telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Client-to-client protocol -- Type of communication between Internet Relay Chat (IRC) clients
Wikipedia - Climate communication
Wikipedia - C-Lion1 -- Submarine communications cable between Finland and Germany
Wikipedia - Closed-loop communication
Wikipedia - Cluttering -- Speech and communication disorder
Wikipedia - CMS-01 -- Indian communication satellite
Wikipedia - CN Tower -- Communications and observation tower in Toronto, Canada
Wikipedia - Cobridge Communications
Wikipedia - Coca-Cola Telecommunications -- Syndication unit of Columbia Pictures Television
Wikipedia - Code-division multiple access -- Channel access method used by various radio communication technologies
Wikipedia - Code talker -- People using their native language for secret wartime communication
Wikipedia - Cogeco -- Canadian telecommunications and media company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec
Wikipedia - College of Fine Arts and Communication at East Carolina University
Wikipedia - Collision (telecommunications)
Wikipedia - Comcast -- American telecommunications conglomerate
Wikipedia - Com Hem -- Swedish telecommunications brand
Wikipedia - Commercial code (communications) -- List of codes and abbreviations used to save on cablegram costs
Wikipedia - Committee on Transport and Communications -- Swedish parliamentary committee
Wikipedia - Common traffic advisory frequency -- VHF radio frequency used in air-to-air communication
Wikipedia - Communication Arts (magazine) -- American trade journal
Wikipedia - Communication channel
Wikipedia - Communication complexity
Wikipedia - Communication cycle
Wikipedia - Communication design
Wikipedia - Communication diagram
Wikipedia - Communication disorders
Wikipedia - Communication disorder
Wikipedia - Communication endpoint
Wikipedia - Communication in small groups
Wikipedia - Communication Monographs
Wikipedia - Communication networks
Wikipedia - Communication network
Wikipedia - Communication protocols
Wikipedia - Communication protocol -- System for exchanging messages between computing systems
Wikipedia - Communication Research
Wikipedia - Communications Act of 1934 -- 1934 act of United States Congress
Wikipedia - Communications and Information Services Corps
Wikipedia - Communications Assistance For Law Enforcement Act
Wikipedia - Communications blackout -- Halt to communication abilities or utilization
Wikipedia - Communication sciences
Wikipedia - Communication science
Wikipedia - Communications, Computers, and Networks (Scientific American)
Wikipedia - Communications, Computers, and Networks -- Special issue of Scientififc American magazine
Wikipedia - Communications controller
Wikipedia - Communications Corporation of America -- American media company
Wikipedia - Communications Decency Act -- Attempt by the United States Congress to regulate pornographic material on the Internet
Wikipedia - Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada -- Former Canadian trade union
Wikipedia - Communications High School -- Magnet high school in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States
Wikipedia - Communications Hill, San Jose -- Neighborhood of San Jose in Santa Clara, California, United States
Wikipedia - Communications infrastructure
Wikipedia - Communications in Indonesia -- Overview of telecommunications in Indonesia
Wikipedia - Communications in Japan -- Overview of telecommunications in Japan
Wikipedia - Communications intelligence
Wikipedia - Communications in the United States -- Regulated by the Federal Communications Commission
Wikipedia - Communication skills
Wikipedia - Communications management unit -- Restrictive group in US Federal Bureau of Prisons
Wikipedia - Communications management
Wikipedia - Communications media in Romania
Wikipedia - Communications networks
Wikipedia - Communications of the ACM
Wikipedia - Communication software
Wikipedia - Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics
Wikipedia - Communication source
Wikipedia - Communications panel -- Surface control panel for underwater diving voice communications system
Wikipedia - Communications protection -- Application of communications security measures to telecommunications systems
Wikipedia - Communications protocols
Wikipedia - Communications protocol
Wikipedia - Communications Research Centre Canada -- Canadian government scientific laboratory for research and development in wireless technologies
Wikipedia - Communications satellites
Wikipedia - Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Communications School (United States Marine Corps) -- School of the United States Marine Corps
Wikipedia - Communications Security Establishment Canada
Wikipedia - Communications Security Establishment
Wikipedia - Communications security
Wikipedia - Communications service provider
Wikipedia - Communicationssprache -- International auxiliary language
Wikipedia - Communications survivability -- telecommunications engineering ability
Wikipedia - Communications system
Wikipedia - Communication Studies
Wikipedia - Communication studies
Wikipedia - Communications
Wikipedia - Communications Workers of America -- U.S./Canadian labor union
Wikipedia - Communication system
Wikipedia - Communication technology
Wikipedia - Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems
Wikipedia - Communication theory
Wikipedia - Communication University of China station -- Beijing Subway station
Wikipedia - Communication University of Zhejiang -- Public national university in Hangzhou, China
Wikipedia - Communication -- Act of conveying intended meanings from one entity or group to another through the use of mutually understood signs and rules
Wikipedia - Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence
Wikipedia - Comparison of communication satellite operators -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - Comparison of synchronous and asynchronous signalling -- Methods for establishing a communications rhythm
Wikipedia - Computer mediated communication
Wikipedia - Computer-mediated communication
Wikipedia - Computer Physics Communications
Wikipedia - Comsys -- Japanese telecommunications construction and engineering company
Wikipedia - Comwave -- Canadian telecommunications reseller
Wikipedia - Condenser telephone -- device allowing telephone communication over Morse code telegraph
Wikipedia - Connectionless communication
Wikipedia - Connection-oriented communication
Wikipedia - Consolidated Communications
Wikipedia - Constant-weight code -- Method for encoding data in communications
Wikipedia - Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems -- Coordinator of data standards for space communication
Wikipedia - Contention (telecommunications)
Wikipedia - Controlled area -- telecommunication area
Wikipedia - Controller-pilot data link communications -- Air traffic controlling method
Wikipedia - Conversation -- Interactive communication between two or more people
Wikipedia - Conway's law -- Adage stating that organizations design systems that mirror their own communication structure
Wikipedia - Cooperative wireless communications
Wikipedia - Corporate communication
Wikipedia - Corps des telecommunications -- French engineering organization
Wikipedia - Cox Communications -- American cable provider
Wikipedia - Craig Wireless -- Canadian communications company
Wikipedia - Crain Communications Building -- -- Crain Communications Building --
Wikipedia - Crew resource management -- Aircrew training concept to improve communication and decision-making
Wikipedia - Crisis communication
Wikipedia - Cross-cultural communication
Wikipedia - Crosstalk Mk.4 -- PC telecommunications, terminal emulation, file transfer
Wikipedia - Crypto AG -- Swiss company specialising in communications and information security
Wikipedia - Cryptography -- Practice and study of secure communication techniques
Wikipedia - Crystal Palace transmitting station -- Telecommunications site in Bromley, England
Wikipedia - CSL Mobile -- Hong Kong telecommunication company
Wikipedia - Cultural communication
Wikipedia - Cyba Audi -- Communication strategist
Wikipedia - Cyberbullying -- Type of bullying occurs within electronic communication networking, the Internet and computer technology
Wikipedia - Cybercrimes Act in Tanzania -- Law in Tanzania for criminalizing offences related to computer systems and Information Communication Technologies; provides for investigation, collection, and use of electronic evidence in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar
Wikipedia - Cybernetics: Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine
Wikipedia - Cybernetics -- the study of computer of how governing automatic processes and communications
Wikipedia - Data circuit-terminating equipment -- communications system component
Wikipedia - Data communications
Wikipedia - Data communication
Wikipedia - Datagram Transport Layer Security -- Communications protocol; lets datagram-based applications communicate in a way designed to prevent eavesdropping, tampering, or message forgery
Wikipedia - Data link layer -- Point-to-point communications layer of the OSI model of computer networking
Wikipedia - Data transmission -- Transfer of data over a point-to-point or point-to-multipoint communication channel
Wikipedia - Daum Communications
Wikipedia - David Zarefsky -- American communication scholar
Wikipedia - DeAnna M. Burt -- U.S. Space Force Director of Operations and Communications
Wikipedia - Dedicated short-range communications
Wikipedia - Deej -- A 2017 documentary which portrays a communication technique
Wikipedia - Deep Space Optical Communications -- demo to fly on Psyche spacecraft in 2022
Wikipedia - Defense Communications Agency
Wikipedia - Defensive communication -- Type of communication between people
Wikipedia - Department of Communications and the Arts (1994-98) -- Australian government department
Wikipedia - Department of Communications and the Arts (Australia) -- Australian government department
Wikipedia - Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications -- Department of the Australian federal government
Wikipedia - Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications -- Telecommunications department of Ireland
Wikipedia - Deutsche Telekom -- German telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Development communication
Wikipedia - Dharma Agrawal -- Communications scientist
Wikipedia - Dialog Axiata -- Sri Lankan telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Dicastery for Communications
Wikipedia - Digi Communications -- Telecommunications company in Romania, Hungary, Spain and Italy
Wikipedia - Digital communications
Wikipedia - Digital cross connect system -- Telecommunications equipment
Wikipedia - Digital divide in Nigeria -- Internet divide for communication technology
Wikipedia - Digital divide -- Inequality of access to information and communication technologies
Wikipedia - Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications
Wikipedia - Digital enhanced cordless telecommunications
Wikipedia - Digital Max -- Former advertising mascot of Cox Communications
Wikipedia - Dimitra Simeonidou -- Telecommunications researcher
Wikipedia - Dionisio Jakosalem -- Former Governor of Cebu and Secretary of Commerce and Communication under the United States Military Government of the Philippines
Wikipedia - Diplomatic Wireless Service -- British communications system
Wikipedia - Direct revelation -- Belief in a communication from God to a person
Wikipedia - Discord (software) -- Software for Internet communication
Wikipedia - Discovery Communications
Wikipedia - Display Data Channel -- Communication protocols
Wikipedia - Distortion-limited operation -- signal-related condition in telecommunications engineering
Wikipedia - Distributel -- Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Dito Telecommunity -- Filipino telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Diver communications -- Methods used by underwater divers to communicate
Wikipedia - Diversified Communications -- American media company
Wikipedia - Diver's telephone -- Hard wired diver communications equipment
Wikipedia - Diver voice communications -- Protocol for spoken communications in diving operations
Wikipedia - DMAX (British TV channel) -- British TV channel owned by Discovery Communications
Wikipedia - DNA Oyj -- Finnish telecommunications company
Wikipedia - DoCoMo Pacific -- Telecommunications company in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands
Wikipedia - Dominance signal -- Type of animal communication
Wikipedia - Draft:Boost Mobile (US) -- Wireless communications brand
Wikipedia - Draft:Media Jockey -- Name for person who does mix or create fusion of communication by collaborating and mixing different traditional communications methods or platform to reach an audience
Wikipedia - Draft:Now Telecom -- Philippine telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Draft:Shalendra Fonseka -- Electrical, Electronic, Communication & Weapon Engineer of Sri Lanka Navy
Wikipedia - Draft:Zoiper (software) -- Telecommunications software service/application
Wikipedia - Dramatism -- interpretive communication studies theory
Wikipedia - Drewry Communications -- Former American media company
Wikipedia - Drip marketing -- Communication strategy
Wikipedia - Drums in communication
Wikipedia - D. Shelton A. Gunaratne -- Professor of mass communications
Wikipedia - Dunant (submarine communications cable) -- Transatlantic communications cable connecting the US to France
Wikipedia - Duplex (telecommunications) -- Communication flowing in both directions
Wikipedia - DZS -- US telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Early Warning and Response System -- European communicable disease communication system
Wikipedia - Eastlink (company) -- Canadian cable television and telecommunications company
Wikipedia - EchoStar XVI -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Ecma International -- Standards organization for information and communication systems
Wikipedia - Econet Global -- Zimbabwean telecommunications group headquartered in South Africa
Wikipedia - Econet Telecom Lesotho -- Telecommunication company in Lesotho
Wikipedia - E-democracy -- Use of information and communication technology in political and governance processes
Wikipedia - Eir (telecommunications) -- Irish telecommunication company
Wikipedia - Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Wikipedia - Electronic communication
Wikipedia - Emily Falk -- American psychologist, neuroscientist, and professor of communication
Wikipedia - Emley Moor transmitting station -- Telecommunications and broadcasting facility in West Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Emmis Communications -- American media conglomerate
Wikipedia - Emotions in virtual communication
Wikipedia - Employee silence -- Lack of communication within an organization
Wikipedia - Encapsulation (networking) -- Method of designing modular communication protocols in which separate functions are abstracted from their underlying structures
Wikipedia - EncroChat -- Communications network and service provider
Wikipedia - Engine order telegraph -- Communications device used on a ship
Wikipedia - English as a lingua franca -- Use of the English language for international communication
Wikipedia - Ente Nacional de Comunicaciones -- National communications and media regulator of Argentina
Wikipedia - Enterprise service bus -- Communication system in a service-oriented architecture
Wikipedia - Entravision Communications -- American media company
Wikipedia - Environmental communication
Wikipedia - Ephemeral port -- Short-lived transport protocol port for IP communications
Wikipedia - Ericsson -- Swedish provider of communications technology and services
Wikipedia - Error correction code -- scheme for controlling errors in data over noisy communication channels
Wikipedia - Error detection and correction -- Techniques that enable reliable delivery of digital data over unreliable communication channels
Wikipedia - Ethernet frame -- Protocol data unit of Ethernet telecommunications technologies
Wikipedia - Ethernet physical layer -- physical network layer of the Ethernet communications technologies
Wikipedia - Ethio telecom -- State-owned company that feeds telecommunication and the Internet service in Ethiopia
Wikipedia - Euskaltel -- Spanish telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Eutelsat 31A -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Eutelsat 36A -- French communications satellite
Wikipedia - Event Communications -- Museum exhibition design firm
Wikipedia - Excommunication (album) -- album by Tyler Glenn
Wikipedia - Excommunication (Catholic Church)
Wikipedia - Excommunication of Margaret McBride
Wikipedia - Ex-communication
Wikipedia - Excommunication -- Censure used to deprive, suspend, or limit membership in a religious community
Wikipedia - Extended Channel Interpretation -- Communication protocol extension for the bar code reader to host interface
Wikipedia - EZ Communications -- American radio broadcasting company
Wikipedia - Facilitated communication
Wikipedia - Facsimile converter -- One of two devices in telecommunications
Wikipedia - Fahim Hashimy -- Former Minister of Telecommunication & Information Technology
Wikipedia - FairPoint Communications
Wikipedia - Federal Authority for Audiovisual Communication Services -- Former broadcasting regulator of Argentina
Wikipedia - Federal Communications Commission -- Independent agency of the U.S. Government
Wikipedia - Federal Telecommunications Institute -- Mexican telecommunications regulator, established 2013
Wikipedia - Fiber-optic communication -- Method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber
Wikipedia - Fieldata -- Military communication project and ASCII precursor
Wikipedia - Fingerspelling -- Form of communication using one or both hands
Wikipedia - Fisher Communications -- American media company
Wikipedia - Flag signals -- Communication using flags
Wikipedia - Flood control (communications) -- communication protocol feature
Wikipedia - Florianturm -- Telecommunications tower and landmark of Dortmund, Germany
Wikipedia - FORCE11 -- Non-profit organisation to enhance research publishing and communication
Wikipedia - Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below -- Linux-based military communication platform
Wikipedia - Forward secrecy -- Property of secure communication protocols in which compromise of long-term keys does not compromise past session keys.
Wikipedia - Frame check sequence -- Error-detecting code used in communications protocols
Wikipedia - Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems
Wikipedia - Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications
Wikipedia - Freedom of the press -- Freedom of communication and expression through mediums including various electronic media and published materials
Wikipedia - Freenet AG -- German telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Freenet -- Peer-to-peer Internet platform for censorship-resistant communication
Wikipedia - Free-space optical communication
Wikipedia - Frog hearing and communication
Wikipedia - Frontier Communications -- American communication company
Wikipedia - Future Air Navigation System -- Avionics system which provides direct data link communication between the pilot and the air traffic controller
Wikipedia - Galaxy 11 -- American geostationary communications satellite
Wikipedia - Galaxy 15 -- American telecommunications satellite
Wikipedia - Galaxy (satellite) -- Family of communications satellites operated by Intelsat
Wikipedia - Galvanic isolation -- Electrical insulation that allows communication, but blocks current from flowing from one side to another
Wikipedia - Gary Kreps -- Communication scholar, professor, author
Wikipedia - Gateway (telecommunications)
Wikipedia - General Mobile Radio Service -- Land-mobile FM UHF radio service for short-distance two-way communications
Wikipedia - Generic Substation Events -- Communications method used in power grids
Wikipedia - Genesis Communications Network -- American radio network
Wikipedia - Geocell -- Cellular branch of Georgian telecommunication company Silknet
Wikipedia - Gerard J. Foschini -- American telecommunications engineer
Wikipedia - Gesture -- Form of non-verbal communication or non-vocal communication
Wikipedia - -- Telecommunication standard
Wikipedia - Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications -- Ghanaian Company
Wikipedia - Gizmodo Media Group -- Media group owned by Univision Communications
Wikipedia - Global Information Grid -- Communications project of the United States Department of Defense
Wikipedia - Global Sports Communication -- Sports management company
Wikipedia - Globalstar -- Global Sat telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Global System for Mobile Communications
Wikipedia - Globe Telecom -- Telecommunications service provider in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Glossary of communication disorders -- Wikipedia glossary
Wikipedia - GMMB, Inc. -- Political communications and advertising firm
Wikipedia - GO-1 -- Submarine communications cable
Wikipedia - Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex -- US observatory near Barstow, California
Wikipedia - Google Currents -- Software developed by Google for internal enterprise communication
Wikipedia - Google Hangouts -- Communication
Wikipedia - Gottfried Ungerboeck -- Austrian communications engineer
Wikipedia - Government Communications Headquarters
Wikipedia - Government Communications Security Bureau
Wikipedia - Graceba Total Communications
Wikipedia - Grace Hopper (submarine communications cable) -- Transatlantic communications cable connecting the US to UK and Spain
Wikipedia - Grande Communications Stadium -- Sports stadium in Midland, Texas, U.S.
Wikipedia - Grande Communications
Wikipedia - Graphic communication -- Communication using graphic elements
Wikipedia - Graphic design -- Process of visual communication
Wikipedia - Ground station -- Terrestrial radio station for communication with spacecraft
Wikipedia - Group call -- Form of telecommunication between more than two parties where all can participate actively
Wikipedia - Groupe TVA -- Canadian communications company
Wikipedia - Grupo Vocento -- Spanish communications company
Wikipedia - GSAT-30 -- Indian telecommunications satellite
Wikipedia - GSAT-31 -- Indian telecommunications satellite
Wikipedia - GSAT-7A -- Military communications satellite
Wikipedia - Guerrilla communication
Wikipedia - Guy Gannett Communications -- American media company
Wikipedia - Halifax transmitting station -- Broadcasting and telecommunications facility in Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - Hall Communications -- American radio broadcast company
Wikipedia - Halvor Bothner-By -- Telecommunication engineer
Wikipedia - Hampton Roads Educational Telecommunications Association -- Public broadcaster in southeast Virginia, United States
Wikipedia - Hanna Bogucka -- Polish telecommunications engineer
Wikipedia - Haptic communication -- Branch of nonverbal communication that refers to the ways in which people and animals communicate, and interact via the sense of touch
Wikipedia - Harold Innis's communications theories
Wikipedia - Hawaii Inter-Island Cable System -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Hazel Gaudet-Erskine -- American social and communications scientist
Wikipedia - Health Communication
Wikipedia - Health communication
Wikipedia - Hearst Communications -- American multinational mass media conglomerate group
Wikipedia - Heaton Park BT Tower -- Telecommunication tower in England
Wikipedia - Hedy Lamarr -- American actress and co-inventor of an early technique for frequency hopping spread spectrum communications
Wikipedia - Heliograph -- Communication device reflecting sunlight
Wikipedia - Hellas Sat 3 -- Geostationary communications satellite
Wikipedia - Hello Nepal -- Satellite telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Her Majesty's Government Communications Centre
Wikipedia - Heterogeneous Earliest Finish Time -- Heterogeneous Earliest Finish Time (or HEFT) is a heuristic to schedule a set of dependent tasks onto a network of heterogenous workers taking communication time into account.
Wikipedia - HGC Global Communications -- Internet service provider in Hong Kong
Wikipedia - Hibernia Express -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Hibernia Networks -- American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - High Performance Computing and Communication Act of 1991
Wikipedia - Hill Holliday -- Marketing and communications agency
Wikipedia - Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network -- Spanish-language public broadcasting network
Wikipedia - History of communication studies
Wikipedia - History of communication -- Aspect of history
Wikipedia - History of telecommunications in Malaysia -- Aspect of history
Wikipedia - History of telecommunication -- Aspect of history
Wikipedia - HomePlug -- Power line communications specifications
Wikipedia - Hondutel -- Telecommunication company in Honduras
Wikipedia - Hong Kong Telecom -- Hong Kong telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Honotua -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Hookah (diving) -- Surface-supplied diving equipment without the communication, lifeline and pneumofathometer hose
Wikipedia - Hop (telecommunications) -- Transition of source to receiver in telecommunications
Wikipedia - Houlin Zhao -- |Houlin Zhao is the Secretary-General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
Wikipedia - HT Eronet -- Telecommunications company in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Wikipedia - HTTP ETag -- Communications protocol
Wikipedia - HTTPS -- Extension of the HTTP communications protocol to support TLS encryption
Wikipedia - Hughes Electronics -- American satellite and wireless communications company
Wikipedia - Human communication
Wikipedia - Human rights in the Quran -- Primary sources of islamic communication text
Wikipedia - Huntsworth -- U.K communications company
Wikipedia - IBM 3705 Communications Controller
Wikipedia - I-Cable Communications -- Hong Kong telecom company
Wikipedia - Idea Cellular -- Former Indian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - IEBus -- Communication bus specification
Wikipedia - IEC 61400-25 -- International standard for communications for monitoring and control of wind power plants
Wikipedia - IEEE 11073 service-oriented device connectivity -- Communication protocol for point-of-care (PoC) medical devices
Wikipedia - IEEE 1613 -- IEEE standard for communications networking devices in electric power substations
Wikipedia - IEEE 1902.1 -- Low frequency wireless data communication protocol, also known as RuBee
Wikipedia - IEEE Communications Letters -- Academic journal
Wikipedia - IEEE Communications Society
Wikipedia - IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials -- Academic journal
Wikipedia - IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
Wikipedia - IEEE Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award
Wikipedia - IEEE P1906.1 -- Working group to develop a common framework for nanoscale and molecular communication
Wikipedia - IEEE Transactions on Communications
Wikipedia - IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
Wikipedia - IEEE Wireless Communications -- Scientific journal
Wikipedia - I-ME-WE -- Submarine communications cable system between India and France
Wikipedia - Information and Communications Technology Council
Wikipedia - Information and communications technology in agriculture -- Agricultural and rural development
Wikipedia - Information and communications technology in Kosovo
Wikipedia - Information and communications technology -- Extensional term for information technology
Wikipedia - Information and communication technologies
Wikipedia - Information and Communication Technology Authority (Kenya) -- Government agency in Kenya
Wikipedia - Information and communication technology
Wikipedia - Information design -- Communication and graphic design
Wikipedia - Information warfare -- Battlespace use and management of information and communication technology
Wikipedia - Inmarsat-3 F4 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Input/output -- Communication between an information processing system and the outside world
Wikipedia - Instant messaging -- Form of communication over the Internet
Wikipedia - Institute of Internal Communication -- Professional body in the U.K.
Wikipedia - Integrated Services Digital Network -- Set of communication standards
Wikipedia - Intel Mobile Communications
Wikipedia - Intelsat 11 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Intelsat 2 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Intelsat 901 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Intelsat 906 -- American communications satellite
Wikipedia - Intelsat II F-1 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Intelsat II F-2 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Intelsat III F-5 -- Failed communications satellite
Wikipedia - Intelsat -- Communications satellite services provider
Wikipedia - Intensive interaction -- Method of teaching communication to people with severe learning issues
Wikipedia - Interaction -- Kind of handshake or communication that occurs as two or more objects have an effect upon one another
Wikipedia - Interactive kiosk -- Computer terminal that provides access to information, communication, commerce, etc.
Wikipedia - Interactive Telecommunications Program
Wikipedia - Intercharacter interval -- time interval telecommunications technique
Wikipedia - Interconnection -- In telecommunications, physical linking of a carrier's network with equipment or facilities not belonging to that network
Wikipedia - Intercultural communication
Wikipedia - Interference (communication) -- Anything which modifies, or disrupts a communication signal
Wikipedia - Intermountain West Communications Company -- American television broadcast company
Wikipedia - International auxiliary language -- Language meant for communication between people from different nations who do not share a common first language
Wikipedia - International Code of Signals -- Maritime communication method
Wikipedia - International Communication Association -- Academic association
Wikipedia - International communication
Wikipedia - International Conference on Computer Communications
Wikipedia - International English -- English language as a global means of communication in numerous dialects
Wikipedia - International Journal of Language > Communication Disorders
Wikipedia - International Nuclear Event Scale -- Scale to enable communication of safety information in nuclear accidents
Wikipedia - International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication -- Learned society dedicated to augmentive and alternative communication
Wikipedia - International Speech Communication Association
Wikipedia - International Telecommunication Union
Wikipedia - Internet protocol suite -- Set of communications protocols
Wikipedia - Internet Protocol -- Communication protocol that establishes the Internet across computer network boundaries
Wikipedia - Interpersonal communication
Wikipedia - Interprocess Communication
Wikipedia - Inter-process communication
Wikipedia - Interprocess communication
Wikipedia - Interstellar communication -- communication between planetary systems
Wikipedia - Intersymbol interference -- A form of distortion affecting communication reliability
Wikipedia - Intrapersonal communication
Wikipedia - Inverted pyramid (journalism) -- Communication of major details before minor details
Wikipedia - Iridium 33 -- Communications satellite operated by Iridium Communications
Wikipedia - Islamic Culture and Communication Organization -- Ministry of culture
Wikipedia - ISO/IEEE 11073 -- Standard on communication between medical devices and external computer systems
Wikipedia - Jackobson's Communication Model
Wikipedia - Jami (software) -- Distributed multimedia communications platform
Wikipedia - Jared Ball -- American academic of communication studies
Wikipedia - J. Bruce Tomblin -- American language and communication scientist
Wikipedia - Jingle (protocol) -- Peer-to-peer communications protocol
Wikipedia - Jio -- Indian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System -- US military intranet system
Wikipedia - Journalism Studies -- Bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal covering communication studies as it pertains to journalism
Wikipedia - Journal of Applied Communication Research
Wikipedia - Journal of Communication Management -- Academic journal covering public relations
Wikipedia - Journal of Health Communication -- Academic journal
Wikipedia - Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research -- Monthly academic journal covering interpersonal communication
Wikipedia - JT Group Limited -- Bailiwick of Jersey telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Juan Gonzalez Gomez -- Telecommunications Engineer, Ph.D. in Robotics.
Wikipedia - Judit Hidasi -- Hungarian linguist, japanogist, professor of communication
Wikipedia - Kairos Communications -- Irish media production and training company
Wikipedia - Kalpana-1 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Kannel (telecommunications) -- Open-source Wireless Application Protocol gateway
Wikipedia - Karl Kupfmuller -- German communication theorist
Wikipedia - KA-SAT -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Katy Payne -- Expert on animals' communication
Wikipedia - KCOM Group -- UK communications and IT services provider
Wikipedia - KDDI -- Japanese telecommunications operator
Wikipedia - Kipng'eno Arap Ng'eny -- Kenyan politician and telecommunications executive
Wikipedia - Konstantin Noskov -- Russian economist and politician; Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media (2018-2020)
Wikipedia - KPN -- Dutch multinational telecommunication and internet company
Wikipedia - KT Corporation -- South Korean telecommunication service provider
Wikipedia - L-3 Communications Holdings
Wikipedia - La Machi Communication for Good Causes -- Argentinean-Spanish communication agency
Wikipedia - Land mobile radio system -- Communication system
Wikipedia - Language and Communication Technologies
Wikipedia - Large-group communication
Wikipedia - Laser Communications Relay Demonstration -- NASA project, due to launch in 2021
Wikipedia - Lateral communication
Wikipedia - Law of the suppression of radical potential -- Concept in communication theory
Wikipedia - Layered Model of Regulation -- Proposal for American telecommunications public policy
Wikipedia - Le5 Communications -- Canadian media company
Wikipedia - Lebara -- British telecommunications company founded in 2001
Wikipedia - Lee Cain -- British communications worker
Wikipedia - LES-1 -- Former communications satellite
Wikipedia - LES-2 -- Former communications satellite
Wikipedia - LES-3 -- Former communications satellite
Wikipedia - LES-4 -- Former communications satellite
Wikipedia - Leslie A. Baxter -- American communication scholar
Wikipedia - Level 3 Communications
Wikipedia - Liaison aircraft -- Light aircraft for artillery observation and military communications
Wikipedia - Liberty Global -- International telecommunications and television company
Wikipedia - Liberty Puerto Rico -- Telecommunications company in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Lighthouse and naval vessel urban legend -- Widely circulated story about a communication between the two
Wikipedia - Like button -- Communication software feature used to express support
Wikipedia - Line code -- Pattern used within a communications system to represent digital data
Wikipedia - Line of communication -- Route that connects an operating military unit with its supply base
Wikipedia - Line (software) -- Instant communications software app
Wikipedia - Linguistic rights -- Concerning the human / civil right to choose the language/s for communication in a private or public space
Wikipedia - Linked Data Notifications -- W3C Recommendation that describes a communications protocol
Wikipedia - LIN Media -- American communications company
Wikipedia - List of abuse allegations made through facilitated communication -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of alumni of the London College of Communication -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Bluetooth profiles -- Standardized usage of Bluetooth short-range radio communications
Wikipedia - List of communication satellite companies -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of communications satellite firsts -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of companies involved in quantum computing or communication -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of countries by telecommunications equipment exports -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of gestures -- List of bodily actions used as nonverbal communication
Wikipedia - List of Ministers for Communications and the Media of Luxembourg -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Ministers of Communications and Works of Cyprus -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited cricketers -- List of cricketers
Wikipedia - List of schools of journalism and communication in China -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of science communication awards -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of telecommunications companies of Bangladesh -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of telecommunications companies of Pakistan -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of telecommunications regulatory bodies -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Theatre Communications Group member theatres -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of video telecommunication services and product brands -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of White Alice Communications System sites -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Liveops -- American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - LLM Communications -- Political lobbying firm
Wikipedia - Locative media -- Media of communication functionally bound to a location
Wikipedia - Lockheed EC-130H Compass Call -- Communications jamming aircraft version of the C-130H Hercules
Wikipedia - Logorrhea (psychology) -- A communication disorder that causes excessive wordiness and repetitiveness
Wikipedia - London College of Music Examinations -- Examinations board offering graded and diploma qualifications in music, drama & communication
Wikipedia - Lone Signal -- Crowdfunded project to send interstellar communications to extraterrestrials
Wikipedia - LoRa -- Wireless communication technology
Wikipedia - Lotus Communications -- American radio and television broadcast company
Wikipedia - Lotus Tower -- Telecommunications tower in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - LPWAN -- Type of wireless telecommunication wide area network
Wikipedia - LTE (telecommunication) -- Standard for wireless communication
Wikipedia - Lumen Technologies -- American communications company
Wikipedia - Lybid 1 -- Planned Ukrainian telecommunications satellite
Wikipedia - Lynn Scarff -- Irish science communication specialist and museum director
Wikipedia - M1 (Singaporean company) -- Telecommunication company in Singapore
Wikipedia - M3 Communications Group, Inc -- Bulgarian Communications Company
Wikipedia - MAC address -- Unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on the physical network segment
Wikipedia - Macfadden Communications Group -- American publisher
Wikipedia - Mackenzie Valley Fibre Link -- Canadian telecommunications project
Wikipedia - Madrid Deep Space Communications Complex -- Radio telescope
Wikipedia - Magali Vaissiere -- French telecommunications engineer
Wikipedia - Magenta Telekom -- Austrian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Maher Arar -- Syrian-Canadian telecommunications engineer
Wikipedia - Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication -- Public university in Madhya Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Malabar Transmitter Annex -- U.S. Space Force auxiliary communications facility
Wikipedia - Management Communication Quarterly
Wikipedia - Management information base -- Database used for managing the entities in a communication network
Wikipedia - Mapleton Communications -- American media company
Wikipedia - Margaret Karembu -- Kenyan science communication specialist and biotechnology advocate
Wikipedia - Marilyn Nippold -- American language and communications scientist
Wikipedia - Marina Joubert -- South African science communication researcher
Wikipedia - Maritime Mobile Service Q Codes -- Operating signals for abbreviated maritime communications
Wikipedia - Mark and space -- States of a communications signal
Wikipedia - Marketing communications
Wikipedia - Mass communication specialist -- United States Navy public affairs type rating
Wikipedia - Mass communication -- Large-scale dissemination of information
Wikipedia - Mass media in Singapore -- Singapore communications media
Wikipedia - Mass media -- Media technologies that are intended to reach a large audience by mass communication
Wikipedia - Master/slave (technology) -- Mode of communication where one device or process has unidirectional control over one or more other devices
Wikipedia - Mathematics of cyclic redundancy checks -- Methods of error detection and correction in communications
Wikipedia - Matrix Cable System -- Submarine communications cable connecting Indonesia and Singapore
Wikipedia - Matrix (protocol) -- Networking protocol for real-time communication and data synchronization
Wikipedia - Matthew Nisbet -- American Communication scholar
Wikipedia - Maxis Communications -- Malaysian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Maxut Shadayev -- Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation
Wikipedia - McCaw Cellular Communications -- American cellular telephone company
Wikipedia - MCI Communications
Wikipedia - MDNX -- Private telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Media (communication) -- Storage and delivering agent of information or data
Wikipedia - Media of India -- Indian communications media
Wikipedia - Media Resource Control Protocol -- Audio communication protocol
Wikipedia - Mediated cross-border communication
Wikipedia - Mediated intercultural communication -- Type of communication
Wikipedia - Mediation function -- telecommunications network management function
Wikipedia - Media Transfer Protocol -- MTP is a communications protocol allowing files to be transferred to or from USB-attached devices such as cameras and smartphones
Wikipedia - Mediumship -- Purportedly mediating communication between spirits of the dead and living human beings
Wikipedia - MegaFon -- Russian telecommunication provider
Wikipedia - Meo (telecommunication company) -- Portuguese telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Meridian 2 -- Russian communications satellite
Wikipedia - Meridian 5 -- Communications satellite launched by the Russian Federal Space Agency
Wikipedia - Message in a bottle -- A form of communication in which a written message sealed in a container is released into the conveyance medium
Wikipedia - Message -- Discrete unit of communication intended by the source for consumption by some recipient or group of recipients
Wikipedia - Meta-communication
Wikipedia - Metacommunication
Wikipedia - Meteor (mobile network) -- Irish mobile telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Mia Consalvo -- American professor of communication studies
Wikipedia - MICA (institute) -- Higher education institution for Strategic Marketing and Communication skills in India
Wikipedia - Michael Feldman (consultant) -- American public relations and communications consultant
Wikipedia - Michael O'Rielly -- U.S. Federal Communications Commissioner
Wikipedia - Micom -- telecommunication equipment company, known for concentrators
Wikipedia - Mid-Canada Communications -- Former Canadian media company
Wikipedia - Midco -- American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Military communications
Wikipedia - Military engineering -- Practice of designing and building military works and maintaining lines of military transport and communications
Wikipedia - MIL-STD-188 -- Series of U.S. military standards relating to telecommunications
Wikipedia - Mimesis -- Communication by means of imitation
Wikipedia - Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media -- New Zealand minister of the Crown
Wikipedia - Ministry of Communications and Information -- Singaporean government ministry
Wikipedia - Ministry of Communications and Mass Media (Russia)
Wikipedia - Ministry of Communications (Brazil) -- Cabinet-level federal ministry in Brazil
Wikipedia - Ministry of Information, Communications, Transport and Tourism Development -- Government ministry of Kiribati
Wikipedia - Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology -- Government ministry of Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Ministry of Telecommunications (Lebanon) -- Ministry of Lebanon
Wikipedia - MIoTy -- Type of wireless telecommunication wide area network
Wikipedia - MirrorLink -- Interoperable communications standard
Wikipedia - Mitel -- Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Mobile communications vehicle -- Emergency vehicle
Wikipedia - Mobile Computing and Communications Review
Wikipedia - Mobile phone spam -- Unwanted communication through a mobile phone
Wikipedia - Mobile radio telephone -- A family of pre-cellular PSTN wireless communication technologies
Wikipedia - Mobitel (Sri Lanka) -- Sri Lankan telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Modal dispersion -- distortion in some communications media
Wikipedia - Modbus -- Serial communications protocol mainly developed for programmable logic controllers
Wikipedia - Models of communication -- Conceptual model used to explain the human communication process
Wikipedia - Molecular communication
Wikipedia - Molniya-1 No.2 -- First-generation Soviet communication satellite program
Wikipedia - Monisha Ghosh -- Electrical engineer with Interdigital Communications, Inc. in Mellville, New York
Wikipedia - Morcom International -- American communications company
Wikipedia - Moscow-Washington hotline -- Direct communication system between Russia and the United States
Wikipedia - Motorola Solutions -- American data communications and telecommunications equipment provider
Wikipedia - MS Communications -- American LPTV licensee in the 2000s
Wikipedia - MTN Group -- Multinational telecommunications company based in South Africa
Wikipedia - MTS (network provider) -- Russian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service -- Wireless communications technology
Wikipedia - Multimodality -- Phenomenon of human communication having different forms that combine
Wikipedia - Multiprotocol Label Switching -- Telecommunication networking; directing between nodes based on labels identifying paths
Wikipedia - Multiservice tactical brevity code -- Brevity code for NATO communications
Wikipedia - Mushroom management -- Company with dysfunctional communication between managers and employees
Wikipedia - Myles Martel -- American communication adviser
Wikipedia - Nancy Longnecker -- New Zealand based science communication academic
Wikipedia - Nanjing Communications Institute of Technology station -- Nanjing Metro station
Wikipedia - Nanosat-1B -- Spanish research and communications satellite
Wikipedia - NASA Deep Space Network -- Network of radio communication facilities run by NASA
Wikipedia - NASCOM -- terrestrial communications network operated by NASA
Wikipedia - Nathaniel Tan -- Malaysian activist and communications specialist
Wikipedia - Nathan Stubblefield -- American wireless communication pioneer
Wikipedia - National Christian Forensics and Communications Association -- speech and debate league
Wikipedia - National Communication Association
Wikipedia - National Communications System
Wikipedia - National Institute of Mass Communication -- Research institute in Bangladesh
Wikipedia - National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders -- Member of the U.S. National Institutes of Health
Wikipedia - National Telecommunication Monitoring Centre
Wikipedia - National Telecommunications Agency (Brazil) -- Horizontal regulator of Brazil
Wikipedia - National Telecommunications and Information Administration -- American government agency
Wikipedia - Native Communications -- First Nations public radio network in Manitoba, Canada
Wikipedia - Nature Communications
Wikipedia - NBTel -- Former Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Ncell -- Nepalese telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Near field communication
Wikipedia - Near-field communication -- Radio communication established between devices by bringing them into proximity
Wikipedia - Nebraska Educational Telecommunications -- Public radio and television network in Nebraska
Wikipedia - Necromancy -- Magic involving communication with the deceased
Wikipedia - Nepal Telecom -- State owned telecommunication service provider in Nepal
Wikipedia - NetFlow -- Communications protocol
Wikipedia - Netscape Communications Corporation
Wikipedia - Netscape Communications
Wikipedia - NET (telecommunications) -- Brazilian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Network18 Group -- Indian media and communications company
Wikipedia - Network address -- Identifier for a node or network interface in a telecommunications network
Wikipedia - Network socket -- Endpoint of network communications
Wikipedia - Neuro-linguistic programming -- Pseudoscientific approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy
Wikipedia - New media in Ghana -- Communications topics of Ghana
Wikipedia - News -- Communication of selected information on current events
Wikipedia - News World Communications -- News company founded by Sun Myung Moon
Wikipedia - Nextel Communications -- Former telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Next Mars Orbiter -- Proposed NASA Mars communications satellite
Wikipedia - Nicola Botting -- British language and communication scientist
Wikipedia - NigComSat-1 -- Communication satellite in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Nigeria CommunicationsWeek -- ICT newspaper in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Nigerian weather and communications satellites -- Weather satellite in Nigeria
Wikipedia - Nimiq 5 -- Canadian communications satellite
Wikipedia - Nippon Telegraph and Telephone -- Japanese telecommunication company
Wikipedia - NMEA 0183 -- Communication standard for marine electronics
Wikipedia - No-communication theorem
Wikipedia - Nokia Networks -- Multinational data networking and telecommunications equipment company
Wikipedia - Nokia -- Finnish technology and telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Non-verbal communication
Wikipedia - Nonverbal communication -- Interpersonal communication through wordless (mostly visual) cues
Wikipedia - Nonviolent Communication
Wikipedia - Nonviolent communication
Wikipedia - Norsat -- Canadian satellite communications company
Wikipedia - Nortel -- Multinational telecommunications and networking equipment manufacturer
Wikipedia - North American Communications -- American company
Wikipedia - Northern Native Broadcasting (Terrace) -- Non-profit Indigenous communications company in British Columbia
Wikipedia - Northland Communications
Wikipedia - North State Communications
Wikipedia - North-West Telecom -- Russian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Nowo -- Portuguese telecommunications company
Wikipedia - NPL Data Communications Network
Wikipedia - N Seoul Tower -- Communications tower in South Korea
Wikipedia - NTT Docomo -- Japanese telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Nuance Communications -- US-based speech recognition and artificial intelligence technology company
Wikipedia - Nuclear Medicine Communications -- Scientific journal
Wikipedia - Nusantara Satu -- American communications satellite
Wikipedia - O2 (UK) -- A Spanish telecommunications services provider in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - O3b MEO -- Satellite constellation designed for telecommunications and data backhaul from remote locations
Wikipedia - Omid -- Iranian communications satellite
Wikipedia - One-way trunk -- telecommunication trunk
Wikipedia - OneWeb -- Global communications company
Wikipedia - Onion routing -- Technique for anonymous communication
Wikipedia - Online Certificate Status Protocol -- Communications protocol
Wikipedia - Online communication between school and home -- Use of digital telecommunication to convey information and ideas between teachers, students, parents, and school administrators
Wikipedia - Open communication
Wikipedia - Open fiber control -- communications protocol
Wikipedia - Open Mobile -- Telecommunication company in Puerto Rico
Wikipedia - Open mouth operations -- Communications by a Central Bank that affect interest rates
Wikipedia - OpenSSH -- Set of computer programs providing encrypted communication sessions
Wikipedia - Operational Technology Centre for the Surveillance of Telecommunications
Wikipedia - Optical add-drop multiplexer -- Device used to route channels in an optical communication system
Wikipedia - Optical communication
Wikipedia - Optical PAyload for Lasercomm Science -- optical communications test in 2014 between earth and ISS
Wikipedia - Optical power margin -- difference in an optical communications link
Wikipedia - Optical telegraph -- Communication along a chain of towers using mechanically operated paddles or shutters
Wikipedia - Optical wireless communications
Wikipedia - Optus -- Australian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Orange Polska -- Polish telecommunications provider
Wikipedia - Orbcomm (satellite) -- Type of low Earth orbit communications satellite
Wikipedia - Orbit Communications Company -- Privately owned Pay TV network
Wikipedia - Organizational communication
Wikipedia - Osama Saeed -- Scottish communications professional and politician
Wikipedia - OSI model -- Model of communication of seven abstraction layers
Wikipedia - OTE -- Greek telecommunication company
Wikipedia - Outline of communication
Wikipedia - Outline of telecommunication
Wikipedia - Oxford transmitting station -- Telecommunications site near Oxford, England
Wikipedia - P3P -- Obsolete communications protocol allowing websites to declare their intended use of information they collect about web browser users
Wikipedia - Pager -- Wireless telecommunications device
Wikipedia - Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited cricket team -- Cricket team
Wikipedia - Palapa -- Indonesian geostationary communication satellites
Wikipedia - Palgrave Communications
Wikipedia - Paltel Group -- Palestinian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - PAN AM (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Pan-pan -- distress signal used in radiotelephone communications
Wikipedia - Paralanguage -- Communication of additional meaning, nuance, or emotion in speech
Wikipedia - Parallel communication
Wikipedia - Participatory GIS -- Approach to spacial planning, information, and communications management
Wikipedia - Passive optical network -- Telecommunications technology used to provide fiber to the end consumer
Wikipedia - Patrick J. Esser -- Chief executive officer of Cox Communications
Wikipedia - Penny Daniels -- American communications consultant and trainer and a former television news anchor
Wikipedia - People's Commissariat for Communications -- Former communications agency of the Soviet Union
Wikipedia - Personal Communications Service
Wikipedia - Phase modulation -- Modulation pattern for conditioning communication signals for transmission
Wikipedia - Philippe Dupuis (engineer) -- Frencd telecommunication engineer (1931-2019)
Wikipedia - Philippine Bank of Communications -- Bank in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Philippine House Committee on Information and Communications Technology -- Standing committee of the House of Representatives of the Philippines
Wikipedia - Phoenix Media/Communications Group -- American media corporation
Wikipedia - Phreaking -- Studying, experimenting with, and exploring telecommunication systems, often with the goal of making free calls
Wikipedia - Phyllis Schneider -- Communication scientist
Wikipedia - Pierre-sur-Haute military radio station -- French military communications site
Wikipedia - Plant communication -- Communication between plants and other organisms
Wikipedia - Plant to plant communication via mycorrhizal networks -- Connections through mycorrhizal networks that facilitate communication between plants
Wikipedia - Play (telecommunications) -- Polish cellular telecommunications provider
Wikipedia - PLDT -- Philippine telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Plessey -- British electronics, defence and telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Plus (telecommunications Poland)
Wikipedia - Point-to-point (telecommunications)
Wikipedia - Polina Bayvel -- Professor of Optical Communications
Wikipedia - Political communication
Wikipedia - Polycom -- American multinational corporation that developed video, voice and content collaboration and communication technology
Wikipedia - Pontifical Council for Social Communications
Wikipedia - Pontop Pike transmitting station -- Telecommunications and broadcasting facility in England
Wikipedia - Portal:Telecommunication
Wikipedia - Port (computer networking) -- Communications endpoint in an operating system
Wikipedia - Post-Attack Command and Control System -- Former US network of ground and airborne communication sites for use before, during and after a nuclear attack on the United States
Wikipedia - Post Office Telecommunications
Wikipedia - Posture (psychology) -- Provides important information through nonverbal communication
Wikipedia - PowerFleet -- American communication equipment company
Wikipedia - Power line communication
Wikipedia - Power-line communication
Wikipedia - Privileged communication
Wikipedia - Procedure word -- A structured vocabulary for voice communication
Wikipedia - Professional communication
Wikipedia - Professional mobile radio -- Field radio communications systems
Wikipedia - Project Echo -- First passive communications satellite experiment
Wikipedia - Project West Ford -- Experimental space-based radio communication project
Wikipedia - Propaganda -- Form of communication intended to sway the audience through presenting only one side of the argument
Wikipedia - Proprietary protocol -- Communications protocol not documented by a publicly available standard
Wikipedia - PTAT-1 -- First privately financed transatlantic fibre optic telecommunications cable, completed in 1989
Wikipedia - PTCL -- Pakistani telecommunication company
Wikipedia - Public relations -- Broad term for the management of public communication of organizations
Wikipedia - Purple Strategies -- American communications firm
Wikipedia - Push-to-talk -- Protocol in half-duplex telecommunication devices
Wikipedia - Radhika Gajjala -- Indian communications and cultural studies academic
Wikipedia - Radio Amateurs Emergency Network -- British voluntary communications service
Wikipedia - Radio communication
Wikipedia - Radio Data System -- Communications protocol standard for embedding small amounts of digital information in conventional FM radio broadcasts
Wikipedia - Radio jamming -- Interference with authorized wireless communications
Wikipedia - Radiotelephone -- Communications system for transmission of speech over radio
Wikipedia - Radiotelephony procedure -- Methods to make 2-way voice communications clear
Wikipedia - Randall L. Stephenson -- Telecommunications business executive
Wikipedia - Ranjan Mallik -- Indian electrical and communications engineer (born 1967)
Wikipedia - Rapid Communications
Wikipedia - Real-time communication
Wikipedia - Red Compartida -- Mexican shared 700 MHz telecommunications network
Wikipedia - Redline Communications -- Canadian information technology company
Wikipedia - Reeves AN/TPQ-2 Close Air Support System -- | post-World War II radar/computer/communications system
Wikipedia - Registered jack -- Telecommunication network interface
Wikipedia - Relational dialectics -- Interpersonal communication theory
Wikipedia - Relay program -- 1960s experimental communications satellites
Wikipedia - Release time (telecommunication) -- time interval in telecommunication theory
Wikipedia - Reliance Communications -- Indian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Rescue and Communication Squadron RAAF -- Royal Australian Air Force squadron
Wikipedia - Revelation -- The revealing or disclosing of some form of truth or knowledge through communication with a deity or other supernatural entity
Wikipedia - Reverse 9-1-1 -- Communications system used to communicate with the public
Wikipedia - Rhodri Philipps, 4th Viscount St Davids -- British peer with criminal convictions for financial mismanagement and for malicious communications
Wikipedia - Rich Communication Services -- Mobile communication protocol
Wikipedia - Risk communication
Wikipedia - RJK -- Submarine telecommunications cable system
Wikipedia - Robi (company) -- Telecommunications company operating in Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Rogers Communications -- Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Rohn Industries -- American communications tower company
Wikipedia - Ronan Dunne -- Irish telecommunications executive
Wikipedia - Round-trip delay -- time required to receive a response to a query across a communication system
Wikipedia - Rowridge transmitting station -- Telecommunications transmission site on the Isle of Wight, England
Wikipedia - RR Donnelley -- American printing and communications company
Wikipedia - RS-232 -- Standard for serial communication transmission.
Wikipedia - Ryan Tower -- Telecommunications tower in Chelsea, Quebec
Wikipedia - SACS (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable in the South Atlantic Ocean
Wikipedia - SAex -- Proposed submarine communications cable
Wikipedia - SAFE (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - SAIL (cable system) -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Sandoll Communications -- South Korean type foundry
Wikipedia - Sanna Marin -- Current Prime Minister of Finland and former minister of Transport and Communications
Wikipedia - Sasken Communication Technologies
Wikipedia - SaskTel -- Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Satcom (satellite) -- Family of communications satellites
Wikipedia - Satellite communications
Wikipedia - SaudiGeoSat-1/HellasSat-4 -- Geosynchronous communications satellite
Wikipedia - SBA Communications -- American communications company
Wikipedia - Science communication -- Public communication of science-related topics to non-experts
Wikipedia - Scientific American Special Issue on Communications, Computers, and Networks
Wikipedia - Scientific communication
Wikipedia - Scrambler -- Telecommunications device used to make a signal unintelligible to unintended recipients
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 3 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 4 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 5 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - SEA-ME-WE 6 -- Submarine communications cable system
Wikipedia - Secondary frequency standard -- Standards in electronics and telecommunications
Wikipedia - Secure communication
Wikipedia - Secure voice -- Encrypted voice communication
Wikipedia - Security kernel -- telecommunication term
Wikipedia - Security service (telecommunication)
Wikipedia - SeeClickFix -- US digital communications system company
Wikipedia - Sender-Message-Channel-Receiver Model of Communication -- Mathematical model of communication
Wikipedia - Serial cable -- Networking cable used for serial communication
Wikipedia - Serial communications
Wikipedia - Serial communication -- Type of data transfer
Wikipedia - Serial Peripheral Interface -- Synchronous serial communication interface
Wikipedia - SES-10 -- Geostationary communications satellite
Wikipedia - SES-5 -- Communications satellite
Wikipedia - Seventh Channel Communications -- Indian film company
Wikipedia - SFR -- French telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Shafey Kidwai -- Bilingual critic, scholar and communication expert
Wikipedia - Shared memory (interprocess communication)
Wikipedia - Shaw Communications -- Canadian communications company
Wikipedia - Short-range agent communications
Wikipedia - Siberian River Routes -- Main ways of communication in the Russian Siberia before the 1730s
Wikipedia - Sidetone -- audible feedback to the speaker using a telecommunications system
Wikipedia - Signaling (telecommunications) -- the electronic exchange of information required to set up a telecommunications connection
Wikipedia - Signal (IPC) -- Form of inter-process communication in computer systems
Wikipedia - Signalling (telecommunication)
Wikipedia - Signal/One -- American radio communications manufacturer
Wikipedia - Signal (software) -- Free encrypted communications app
Wikipedia - Signal strength and readability report -- Quality rating of radio communications
Wikipedia - Sign language glove -- Communications device
Wikipedia - Sign language -- Language which uses manual communication and body language to convey meaning
Wikipedia - Sikhanyiso Dlamini -- Minister of Information, Communication and Technology
Wikipedia - Silent treatment -- Refusal to communicate verbally with someone who desires the communication.
Wikipedia - S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications -- Communications school at Syracuse University offering programs in print and broadcast journalism; music business; graphic design; advertising; public relations; and television radio, and film
Wikipedia - Singtel -- Singaporean multinational telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Sky Group -- Pan-European media and telecommunications conglomerate based in London, England
Wikipedia - Skype -- Telecommunications software service/application
Wikipedia - Skytel (Mongolia) -- Mongolian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Slaight Communications -- Canadian radio broadcasting company
Wikipedia - Small form-factor pluggable transceiver -- modular optical fiber communications interface
Wikipedia - Small-group communication
Wikipedia - Smart Communications -- Wireless communications and digital services subsidiary of PLDT, Inc.
Wikipedia - Smart mob -- Digital-communication coordinated group
Wikipedia - Smart tourism -- Field of information and communication technology
Wikipedia - SMS gateway -- |SMS or MMS gateway allows a computer to send or receive text messages (Short Message Service or Multimedia Messaging Service) to or from a telecommunications network
Wikipedia - Snyder Communications -- Former marketing and advertisement company founded by Dan Snyder
Wikipedia - Social Communication
Wikipedia - Social communication
Wikipedia - Social media and political communication in the United States
Wikipedia - Society for Technical Communication
Wikipedia - Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication -- Financial telecommunication network
Wikipedia - Software-defined radio -- radio communication system implemented in software
Wikipedia - Sogetel -- Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Sony Mobile -- Japanese telecommunications company owned by Sony
Wikipedia - Sound-powered telephone -- Communication device
Wikipedia - Southern Phone -- Australian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Soviet communications ship SSV-33 -- Command and control ship operated by the Soviet Navy
Wikipedia - Spacecraft Tracking and Data Acquisition Network -- 1960s American spacecraft communications system
Wikipedia - Space Delta 8 -- U.S. Space Force satellite communications and navigation warfare delta
Wikipedia - Spark New Zealand -- Telecommunications company in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Sparkpr -- Marketing communications agency
Wikipedia - Special Communications Service of Russia
Wikipedia - Spectrum News Rochester -- 24-hour news station from Charter Communications
Wikipedia - Speech communication
Wikipedia - Speech -- Human vocal communication using spoken language
Wikipedia - Sport communication
Wikipedia - Sprint Corporation -- American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - SRT Communications
Wikipedia - Standard Marine Communication Phrases -- Set of phrases in English for use at sea
Wikipedia - Star One (satellite operator) -- Brazilian communication satellite company
Wikipedia - Stateless protocol -- Communications protocol in which no information is retained by either sender or receiver
Wikipedia - State Special Communications Service of Ukraine -- Technical security and intelligence service of Ukraine
Wikipedia - Stauffer Communications -- American media corporation
Wikipedia - Stealth Communications -- Fiber-based internet service provider
Wikipedia - Steve Schmidt -- American political communication strategist
Wikipedia - Stomagram -- Method of oral communications
Wikipedia - Storer Communications -- American radio and television broadcaster
Wikipedia - Strela (satellite) -- communications satellite constellation
Wikipedia - Stride (software) -- Communication tool
Wikipedia - Structural communication
Wikipedia - Study of global communication
Wikipedia - Submarine communications cable
Wikipedia - Subsidiary communications authority -- Subcarrier on an FM radio station
Wikipedia - Suddenlink Communications -- American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Summit Communications Group -- Defunct radio broadcasting company of the United States
Wikipedia - Susan Ellis Weismer -- American language and communication scientist
Wikipedia - Svalbard Undersea Cable System -- Submarine communications cable
Wikipedia - Symbolic communication
Wikipedia - Symbolic convergence theory -- Communication theory
Wikipedia - TACAMO -- US strategic communications system linking US National Command Authority with nuclear delivery systems
Wikipedia - Tactical communications -- Orders and reports in a battlefield
Wikipedia - Tadiran Telecom -- Israeli telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Takfir -- Form of excommunication in Islam
Wikipedia - TalkTalk Group -- British telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Tamara Afifi -- Communications scholar
Wikipedia - Tata Communications
Wikipedia - Tata Docomo -- Indian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Tata Teleservices -- Indian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Technical communication
Wikipedia - Technology of television -- telecommunications, sound and video technology that is related to television
Wikipedia - Tekever -- Portuguese communications company
Wikipedia - Telcel -- Mexican wireless telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Tele2 Netherlands -- Netherlands-based elecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telecom Argentina -- Argentine telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telecommunication circuit
Wikipedia - Telecommunication network
Wikipedia - Telecommunications Access Method
Wikipedia - Telecommunications device for the deaf
Wikipedia - Telecommunications Employees and Staff Association -- Trade union at Mauritis Telecom
Wikipedia - Telecommunications engineering -- Engineering science that deals with the recording, transmission, processing and storage of messages
Wikipedia - Telecommunications equipment
Wikipedia - Telecommunications forecasting
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Algeria -- Communications in Algeria
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in American Samoa -- Communications and media in American Samoa
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Australia -- Overview of telecommunications in Australia
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Austria -- Overview of telecommunications in Austria
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Bangladesh -- Overview of telecommunications in Bsngladeh
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Brazil -- Overview of telecommunications in Brazil
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Canada -- Overview of telecommunications in Canada
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in China -- Overview of telecommunications in the People's Republic of China
Wikipedia - Tele-Communications Inc. -- Defunct American cable television provider
Wikipedia - Telecommunications Industry Association -- American telecommunications standards organization
Wikipedia - Telecommunications industry
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Egypt -- Overview of telecommunications in Egypt
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in France -- Overview of telecommunications in France
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Georgia (country)
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Germany -- Overview of telecommunications in the Federal Republic of Germany
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Ghana -- Telecommunication in Ghana
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Hungary
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in India -- Current state of telecommunications in India
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Italy -- Overview of telecommunications in Italy
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Montserrat -- Long distance communications in the Caribbean island of Montserrat
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in New Zealand -- Overview of telecommunications in New Zealand
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Nigeria -- communications infrastructure of Nigeria
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in North Korea -- Overview of telecommunications in North Korea
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Pakistan
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Puerto Rico -- Regulated by the US Federal Communications Commission
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Romania
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Russia -- Overview of telecommunications in Russia
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Saudi Arabia -- Overview of telecommunications in Saudi Arabia
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Singapore -- Description of telecommunications in Singapore
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in South Africa -- Overview of telecommunications in South Africa
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in South Korea -- Overview of telecommunications in South Korea
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Spain -- Overview of telecommunications in Spain
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Sweden -- Overview of telecommunications in Sweden
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Switzerland -- Overview of telecommunications in Switzerland
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Taiwan
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in the Netherlands -- Overview of telecommunications in the Netherlands
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in the Philippines -- Overview of telecommunications in the Philippines
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in the United Arab Emirates -- Overview of telecommunications in the United Arab Emirates
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Turkey -- Overview of telecommunications in Turkey
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Ukraine
Wikipedia - Telecommunications in Vietnam
Wikipedia - Telecommunications link
Wikipedia - Telecommunications Management Network -- Protocol model
Wikipedia - Telecommunications network
Wikipedia - Telecommunications Research Establishment
Wikipedia - Telecommunications service provider
Wikipedia - Telecommunications Tower (Montevideo) -- Tower block in Montevideo, Uruguay
Wikipedia - Telecommunications
Wikipedia - Telecommunication -- Transmission of information between locations using electromagnetic technology
Wikipedia - Telefonica -- Spanish multinational telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telekom Malaysia -- Malaysian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telekom Networks Malawi -- Malawian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telemax -- Telecommunication tower in Hannover, Germany
Wikipedia - Telenor India -- Indian telecommunication company
Wikipedia - Telephone line -- Single-user circuit on a telephone communication system
Wikipedia - Telephone tapping -- Third-party monitoring of electronic communications
Wikipedia - Telephony -- Field of telecommunication services
Wikipedia - Teletype Model 33 -- 1963-1981 ASCII communications/computer terminal device
Wikipedia - Television network -- Telecommunications network for distribution of television program content
Wikipedia - Television -- Telecommunication medium for transmitting and receiving moving images
Wikipedia - Telia Company -- Swedish multinational telecommunication provider
Wikipedia - Telinea -- Bosnian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telkom (South Africa) -- Telecommunications provider in South Africa
Wikipedia - Telmex -- Mexican telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telnet -- Network protocol for bidirectional communication using a virtual terminal connection
Wikipedia - Telstar -- Name of various communications satellites
Wikipedia - Telus Mobility -- Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Telus -- subsidiary of Telus Corp, a Canadian telecommunications company
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Wikipedia - TE North -- Submarine telecommunications cable system
Wikipedia - Terminal (telecommunication) -- Device which ends a telecommunications link and is the point at which a signal enters and/or leaves a network
Wikipedia - Text-based protocol -- Communications protocol whose content representation is in human-readable format
Wikipedia - The medium is the message -- Communication theory phrase
Wikipedia - Theory of relativity -- Telecommunications device
Wikipedia - The Rhetorical Presidency -- Political communication theory
Wikipedia - The Tor Project -- Free and open-source software project for enabling anonymous communication
Wikipedia - Through-water communications -- Wireless diver voice communications equipment
Wikipedia - TIA/EIA-568 -- Telecommunication cabling standards
Wikipedia - Timeline of communication technology
Wikipedia - Time Warner Cable -- Former American cable telecommunications company
Wikipedia - T-Mobile US -- American telecommunications company
Wikipedia - TotalTV (Canadian TV provider) -- Canadian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Tower Bersama Infrastructure -- Telecommunication tower provider in Indonesia
Wikipedia - TPG Telecom Limited -- Australian Telecommunications Company
Wikipedia - TransACT -- Australian telecommunications company
Wikipedia - Transatlantic communications cable -- Communications cable across the Atlantic
Wikipedia - Translation -- Communication of the meaning of a source-language text by means of an equivalent target-language text
Wikipedia - Transmission (telecommunications)
Wikipedia - Transport layer -- Layer in the OSI and TCP/IP models providing host-to-host communication services for applications
Wikipedia - Transposer -- a type of transmitter in telecommunications
Wikipedia - Travel technology -- Application of Information Technology or Information and Communications Technology in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry
Wikipedia - Trump administration communication during the COVID-19 pandemic -- Aspect of 2020 viral outbreak
Wikipedia - Trunking -- A means of sharing telecommunications resources
Wikipedia - TruVista Communications
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86 -- -- A-1 Pictures -- 11 eps -- Light novel -- Action Military Sci-Fi Drama Mecha -- 86 86 -- The Republic of San Magnolia. -- -- For a long time, this country has been besieged by its neighbor, the Giadian Empire, which created a series of unmanned drones called the Legion. After years of painstaking research, the Republic finally developed autonomous drones of their own, turning the one-sided struggle into a war without casualties—or at least, that's what the government claims. -- -- In truth, there is no such thing as a bloodless war. Beyond the fortified walls protecting the eighty-five Republic territories lies the "nonexistent" Eighty-Sixth Sector. The young men and women of this forsaken land are branded the Eighty-Six and, stripped of their humanity, pilot the "unmanned" weapons into battle... -- -- Shinn directs the actions of a detachment of young Eighty-Sixers while on the battlefield. Lena is a "handler" who commands the detachment from the remote rear with the help of special communication. -- -- The farewell story of the severe and sad struggle of these two begins! -- -- (Source: MU, Yen Press; edited) -- 133,495 7.89
Angel Densetsu -- -- Toei Animation -- 2 eps -- Manga -- Action Comedy School -- Angel Densetsu Angel Densetsu -- When Seikichi Kuroda—self-proclaimed "guardian" and head thug of Hekikuu High School—hears rumors of a first-year transfer student named Seiichirou Kitano terrorizing his entire class, Seikichi tries to intimidate him through authority. However, things go awry when he witnesses something horrifying—Seiichirou has a face so dreadful and haunting that even Seikichi hurries away in fear. -- -- But despite his menacing appearance, Seiichirou has a heart of gold. Inhibited by his poor communication skills and fear-inducing looks, he has never managed to convey his true self to his terrified peers, resulting in his lifelong ostracization. Now the new guardian, Seiichirou discovers that sometimes friends can be found in the most unlikely places and through the most unusual circumstances. -- -- OVA - Dec 13, 1996 -- 27,679 7.49
Aquarion Logos -- -- Satelight -- 26 eps -- Original -- Action Comedy Drama Fantasy Mecha Romance Sci-Fi -- Aquarion Logos Aquarion Logos -- For thousands of years after its development, mankind used the written word for communication between people and generations. As millenia passed and technology became more prevalent, writing - and thus, communication as a whole - diminished, until it could only be found on cell phones and computer screens. Seeing an opportunity, the sorcerer Sogan Kenzaki starts infecting words with the Nesta Virus, which brings them to life and turns them into monsters called MJBK (Menace of Japanese with Biological Kinetic energy). -- -- To counter this attack against humanity, an organization known as DEAVA (Division of EArth Verbalism Ability) assembles a group of youths with the ability of "Verbalism". They have to pilot the vector machines, which are used to form the mechas dubbed "Aquarions". The one wild card in the situation is the self-dubbed "savior", a young man who is the direct relative of a famous calligrapher, named Akira Kaibuki. -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 20,066 5.71
Dragon Quest: Your Story -- -- Robot Communications, Shirogumi -- 1 ep -- Game -- Adventure Comedy Demons Magic Martial Arts Fantasy -- Dragon Quest: Your Story Dragon Quest: Your Story -- Following in his father's footsteps, Luca must find the hero who wields the zenithian sword to save his mother from Ladja. Based on Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride game's story. -- -- (Source: Apple TV) -- Movie - Aug 2, 2019 -- 10,714 6.82
Fairy Tail x Rave -- -- A-1 Pictures, Satelight -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Fantasy Magic Shounen -- Fairy Tail x Rave Fairy Tail x Rave -- While on a mission to find and defeat a troublesome mage, several members of the Fairy Tail guild are split up in an unfamiliar town. At the same time, Haru, Elie, and the rest of their group are also separated. In a fortunate turn of events, Elie runs into Lucy and Happy, who are looking for Natsu. Meanwhile, Haru stumbles upon Natsu, who is struggling with motion sickness. Although she seems friendly, Elie matches the description of the troublemaker that the Fairy Tail members were assigned to locate. To make matters worse, Natsu learns of Haru's relationship with her and suspects them to be accomplices. -- -- In this crossover between two popular series, Fairy Tail x Rave follows the two groups as they discover their similarities with each other. As the miscommunications add up, they are pitted against one another in a heated clash of powers, but will have to work together against a common foe. -- -- OVA - Aug 16, 2013 -- 106,107 7.19
Inu x Boku SS -- -- David Production -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Supernatural Romance Shounen -- Inu x Boku SS Inu x Boku SS -- Ririchiyo Shirakiin is the sheltered daughter of a renowned family. With her petite build and wealthy status, Ririchiyo has been a protected and dependent girl her entire life, but now she has decided to change all that. However, there is just one problem—the young girl has a sharp tongue she can't control, and terrible communication skills. -- -- With some help from a childhood friend, Ririchiyo takes up residence in Maison de Ayakashi, a secluded high-security apartment complex that, as the unsociable 15-year-old soon discovers, is home to a host of bizarre individuals. Furthermore, their quirky personalities are not the strangest things about them: each inhabitant of the Maison de Ayakashi, including Ririchiyo, is actually half-human, half-youkai. -- -- But Ririchiyo's troubles have only just begun. As a requirement of staying in her new home, she must be accompanied by a Secret Service agent. Ririchiyo's new partner, Soushi Miketsukami, is handsome, quiet... but ridiculously clingy and creepily submissive. With Soushi, her new supernatural neighbors, and the beginning of high school, Ririchiyo definitely seems to have a difficult path ahead of her. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Jan 13, 2012 -- 416,781 7.45
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Joker Game -- -- Production I.G -- 12 eps -- Novel -- Military Historical Drama -- Joker Game Joker Game -- With World War II right around the corner, intelligence on other countries' social and economic situation has become a valuable asset. As a result, Japan has established a new spy organization known as the "D Agency" to obtain this weapon. -- -- Under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Yuuki, eight agents have been assigned to infiltrate and observe some of the most powerful countries, reporting on any developments associated with the war. In order to carry out these dangerous tasks, these men have trained their bodies to survive in extreme conditions and studied numerous fields such as communications and languages. However, their greatest strength lies in their ability to manipulate people in order to obtain the information necessary to give their nation the upper hand. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Crunchyroll, Funimation -- 184,426 7.05
Luger Code 1951 -- -- Studio Deen -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Fantasy Shounen -- Luger Code 1951 Luger Code 1951 -- The story follows a young genius university professor who is able to learn any language. He is asked to decipher a code used in wireless communication: the Luger Code, developed by werewolves, enemies to mankind. Startled to find that he cannot decipher the code and desperate to study it, the professor embarks on a journey to capture a living werewolf to aid him. -- -- (Source: LiveChart) -- ONA - Oct 15, 2016 -- 20,031 6.45
Monster Strike the Movie: Sora no Kanata -- -- Orange -- 1 ep -- Game -- Action Fantasy Game -- Monster Strike the Movie: Sora no Kanata Monster Strike the Movie: Sora no Kanata -- 13 years ago, suddenly one part of Tokyo broke off and began to float in the sky. Tokyo was separated into "Old Tokyo" as the part that was floating in the air, and "New Tokyo," the part that stayed on the ground. Communication and interaction between the two Tokyos was impossible, and years passed. One day, a young girl perceives that Old Tokyo will fall back down to the ground, and she sets out on the perilous path from from Old Tokyo to New Tokyo to save the citizens from the impending crisis. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- Movie - Oct 5, 2018 -- 2,535 6.32
Scan2Go -- -- SynergySP -- 52 eps -- Original -- Game Cars Space Kids -- Scan2Go Scan2Go -- Sometime in the near future, in an age in which we have established contact and communications with planets outside our galaxy, Scan2Go has become a huge phenomenon throughout all of outer space. Giant races are held at every locality, with each racer gunning for the title of the universe's number one racer! -- -- The main character in the series, Kazuya, possesses the power of the eagle, performed well with his blazing, innate power commanding his falconine beast spirit. He competes in a tournament, the "Pro-Racer Exhibition Race.", but was no match for the other teams that had won their way through the competitive Space Preliminaries. -- -- Realizing the difficult obstacles that lie before them, Kazuya and his friends leave the small Earth behind and set off on a universe-wide quest to hone their skills as warriors! -- -- Licensor: -- Cookie Jar Entertainment -- TV - Aug 9, 2010 -- 2,232 6.10
Serial Experiments Lain -- -- Triangle Staff -- 13 eps -- Original -- Dementia Drama Mystery Psychological Sci-Fi Supernatural -- Serial Experiments Lain Serial Experiments Lain -- Lain Iwakura, an awkward and introverted fourteen-year-old, is one of the many girls from her school to receive a disturbing email from her classmate Chisa Yomoda—the very same Chisa who recently committed suicide. Lain has neither the desire nor the experience to handle even basic technology; yet, when the technophobe opens the email, it leads her straight into the Wired, a virtual world of communication networks similar to what we know as the internet. Lain's life is turned upside down as she begins to encounter cryptic mysteries one after another. Strange men called the Men in Black begin to appear wherever she goes, asking her questions and somehow knowing more about her than even she herself knows. With the boundaries between reality and cyberspace rapidly blurring, Lain is plunged into more surreal and bizarre events where identity, consciousness, and perception are concepts that take on new meanings. -- -- Written by Chiaki J. Konaka, whose other works include Texhnolyze, Serial Experiments Lain is a psychological avant-garde mystery series that follows Lain as she makes crucial choices that will affect both the real world and the Wired. In closing one world and opening another, only Lain will realize the significance of their presence. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation, Geneon Entertainment USA -- 506,288 8.04
Wonder Beat Scramble -- -- Mushi Production -- 26 eps -- - -- Action Space Sci-Fi -- Wonder Beat Scramble Wonder Beat Scramble -- In 2119, the spaceship Green Sleeves found 3 planets attacked by X23, a moving planet heading Earth. The Earth government ordered Green Sleeves to attack X23, but Dr. Sugita, the captain of Green Sleeves, refused because he believed they could co-exist. Then, the communication with Green Sleeves was cut abruptly... -- -- In 2121, Susumu, the son of Dr. Sugita, is visited by strangers. The take him to Dr. Miya, one of the few supporters to Dr. Sugita's decision, while most blamed him as a traitor. Dr. Miya recommends Susumu to join White Pegasus, a team of special medical recuers. Their Micronizer System can shrink human so that they can cure from the inside of the body. Shortly afterwards, X23 has come in visual range at last. Hues - the aliens of X23 - choose Susumu's friend as their first target. Susumu and the other members of White Pegasus manage to defeat Hues inside of his body. But Susumu finds the signals emitted from the chips within Hues are the music composed by himself and his mother, as a gift to Dr. Sugita... -- -- (Source: -- TV - Apr 16, 1986 -- 855 6.50,_Information_and_Communication_Engineers
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Communications Data Bill 2008
Communications Decency Act
Communications, Electrical and Plumbing Union of Australia
Communications-enabled application
Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada
Communication Service for the Deaf
Communication Services and General Workers Trade Union
Communication services sector reshuffle
Communications Hill, San Jose
Communication Shutdown
Communications in Afghanistan
Communications in Algebra
Communications in Argentina
Communications in Burundi
Communications in Colombia
Communications in Contemporary Mathematics
Communications in Gibraltar
Communications in Guam
Communications in Hong Kong
Communications in Indonesia
Communications in Information Literacy
Communications in Iran
Communications in Japan
Communications in Korea
Communications in Malawi
Communications in Mathematical Physics
Communications in Niue
Communications in Papua New Guinea
Communications in Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
Communications in Somalia
Communications in Statistics
Communications in the Isle of Man
Communications in the Marshall Islands
Communications in Theoretical Physics
Communications in the Republic of Artsakh
Communications in Uganda
Communication skill
Communications law
Communications management
Communications management unit
Communications manager
Communications officer
Communications of the ACM
Communications of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory
Communication software
Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics
Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement Bill of 2006
Communications Processor Module
Communications Research Centre Canada
Communications satellite
Communications security
Communications Security Establishment
Communications server
Communications service provider
Communications Specification for Fitness Equipment
Communications system
Communications Technology Satellite
Communications training
Communication strategies in second-language acquisition
Communication studies
Communication Studies (journal)
Communications Workers of America
Communications Workers of America v. Beck
Communications Zone
Communication theory
Communication Theory as a Field
Communication Theory (journal)
Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems
Communication Tower
Communication University of China
Communication University of China, Nanjing
Communication University of Zhejiang
Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence
Communication with submarines
Communication Workers Union
Communication Workers Union (Ireland)
Communication Workers Union of Australia
Communication Workers Union (United Kingdom)
Comparison of communication satellite operators
Comporium Communications
Computer & Communications Industry Association
Computer-mediated communication
Computer Physics Communications
Computer-supported telecommunications applications
Conference on College Composition and Communication
Connectionless communication
Connection-oriented communication
Consolidated Communications
Consolidated Communications of Missouri
Consolidated Communications of Northern New England
Consolidated Communications of Vermont
Consortium for Strategic Communication
Constitution and Convention of the International Telecommunication Union
Construction communication
Controllerpilot data link communications
Corporate communication
Corps des tlcommunications
COSMOS (telecommunications)
Council for the Advancement of Communication with Deaf People
Coverage (telecommunication)
Cox Communications
Crain Communications
Crain Communications Building
Crisis communication
Critical Studies in Media Communication
Cross-cultural communication
CS Communication & Systmes
Cunningham Communication
Cybernetics: Or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine
DAAR Communications
Danish Central Organisation of Telecommunication Employees
Dedicated short-range communications
Deep Space Communications Complex
Defence High Frequency Communications Service
Defense Satellite Communications System
Defensive communication
Department of Communications (198087)
Department of Communications (199394)
Department of Communications (201315)
Department of Communications and Digital Technologies
Department of Communications and the Arts (199498)
Department of Communications and the Arts (Australia)
Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts
Department of Homeland Security Interoperable Communications Act
Department of Information and Communications Technology
Department of Information and Communication Technology
Department of Media and Communications
Department of Telecommunications
Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications
Development and Educational Communication Unit
Development communication
Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology
Dicastery for Communication
Diederich College of Communication
Digi Communications
Digital Communication Network
Digital Communications Associates
Digital Data Communications Message Protocol
Digital enhanced cordless telecommunications
Digital Telecommunications Philippines
Digi Telecommunications
Diplomatic Telecommunications Service
Directorate-General for Communication
Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology
Directorate of Mass Communication
Director of communications
Director of National Intelligence Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies
Discourse & Communication
Discovery Communications Nordic
Distributed object communication
Diver communications
Diversified Communications
Diversified Communications Tower
Dod's Parliamentary Communications
Dog communication
Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications
Do Not Disturb (telecommunications)
Downe Communications
Draft:Association of Media and Communication Academic Professionals
Draft Communications Data Bill
Draft:Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on telecommunications
Drewry Communications
Dropout (communications)
Drums in communication
Due North Communications
DukeNet Communications
Dunant (submarine communications cable)
Duplex (telecommunications)
Dynasty Communication
EarthMoonEarth communication
Echo (communications protocol)
cole nationale suprieure d'lectronique, informatique, tlcommunications, mathmatique et mcanique de Bordeaux
cole nationale suprieure des tlcommunications de Bretagne
cole suprieure d'ingnieurs en informatique et gnie des tlcommunications
Ecole Suprieure Multinationale des Tlcommunications
Economy, Government and Communications, Central University of Chile
ECREA European Communication Research and Education Association
Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
EE Ltd v Office of Communications
Eir (telecommunications)
Electrical, Electronic, Telecommunications and Plumbing Union
Electronic and Postal Communications Authority (Albania)
Electronic Banking Internet Communication Standard
Electronic communication network
Electronic Communications Convention
Electronic Communications in Probability
Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute
Elimination communication
ELJ Communications Center
ELP Communications
Emergency communications network
Emergency Communications Response Vehicle
Emergency communication system
Emmis Communications
Emotions in virtual communication
Emphasis (telecommunications)
Empire and Communications
Encoding/decoding model of communication
Englander v Telus Communications Inc
Entravision Communications
Environmental communication
Environmental Communication (journal)
Environment and Communications Committee (Iceland)
Equalization (communications)
Eritrean Telecommunications Corporation
Esurient Communications
Eswatini Posts and Telecommunications Corporation
Ethnography of communication
Euphony Communications
European Association of Communication Directors
European Centre for Space Applications and Telecommunications
European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations
European Journal of Communication
European Telecommunications Satellite Organization
European Transactions on Telecommunications
Event Communications
Everus Communications
Excommunication of actors by the Catholic Church
Excommunication of Margaret McBride
EZ Communications
Facilitated communication
Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology at Simon Fraser University
FairPoint Communications
Faster-than-light communication
Fastweb (telecommunications company)
F Communications
Federal Authority for Audiovisual Communication Services
Federal Commission of Telecommunications (Mexico)
Federal Communications Agency (Russia)
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Communications Commission Consolidated Reporting Act of 2013
Federal Communications Commission fines of The Howard Stern Show
Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act of 2013
Federal Department of Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications
Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media
Federal Telecommunications Institute
Federation of Employees in the Postal and Telecommunications Sector
Federation of Workers in the Book, Paper and Communication Industries
Fern Communications
Fiber-optic communication
Field Communications
Finnish Communication and Internet Exchange
Finnish-Russian University Cooperation in Telecommunication
Fisher Communications
Fleet Satellite Communications System
Flutter (electronics and communication)
FO Communication
Foreign exchange service (telecommunications)
Forest Industries Telecommunications
Former Japanese Navy Fongshan Communication Center
Forte Communication Style Profile
Forum Communications
Foster Communications Coliseum
Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information Theory
Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications
Freedom Communications
Free-space optical communication
Frog hearing and communication
Frontier Communications
Frontier Communications ILEC Holdings
Frontier Communications of Connecticut
Frontier Communications West Coast
Fujisankei Communications Group
Fujisankei Communications International
Galaxy Communications (comics)
Game theory in communication networks
Gatekeeping (communication)
Gateway Communications
Gateway (telecommunications)
Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication
GEC Plessey Telecommunications
General communication channel
General Posts and Telecommunications Company
Genesis Communications Network
Geography of media and communication
G.G. Communications
Ghana Communication Technology University
Gigaset Communications
Glay Global Communication
Global Alliance for Information and Communication Technologies and Development
Global Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Conference
Global Communication
Global Communications Conference
Global Community Communications Alliance
Global Media and Communication
Global Telecommunications System
Glossary of communication disorders
Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex
Gosfield North Communications Co-operative
Gospel Communications International
Government Communication and Information System
Government Communications Security Bureau
Government Communications Security Bureau Act 2003
Government Emergency Telecommunications Service
Graphic communication
Graphic Communications Conference
Graphic Communications Group Limited
Griffin Communications
Ground communication outlet
GTRI Information and Communications Laboratory
GTT Communications
Guy Gannett Communications
Han Chiang University College of Communication
Haptic communication
Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communication
Harold Innis's communications theories
Harry: A Communication Breakdown
Harte-Hanks Communications, Inc. v. Connaughton
Haute Autorit Indpendante de la Communication Audiovisuelle
Health communication
Health Communication (journal)
Health Communication Network
Health Industry Business Communications Council
Hearing, Balance and Communication
Hearst Communications
Heartland Communications Group
Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission
Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication
Her Majesty's Government Communications Centre
HGC Global Communications
Hierarchical cell structure (telecommunications)
High Frequency Global Communications System
Hispanic Information and Telecommunications Network
History of communication
History of telecommunication
History of telecommunications in Malaysia
Ho-Am Prize in Mass Communication
Hop (telecommunications)
Hotline Communications
Huichon University of Telecommunications
Humananimal communication
Human communication
Human Communication Research
Hnenburg Telecommunication Tower
Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings
Hypercube (communication pattern)
IBM 3705 Communications Controller
IBM 8750 Business Communication System
IBM Advanced Program-to-Program Communication
I-Cable Communications
IEEE Communications Letters
IEEE Communications Magazine
IEEE Communications Society
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
IEEE Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award
IEEE Professional Communication Society
IEEE Transactions on Communications
IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological and Multi-Scale Communications
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
IEEE Wireless Communications
Ikanos Communications
Ill Communication
Imagine (Brunei telecommunications company)
Independent Communications Authority of South Africa
Independent Telecommunications Providers Association
Indian Institute of Mass Communication
Indian Post & Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service
Indian Telecommunication Service
Individual communication services and tariffs
Influence of cultural and linguistic diversity in communication
Information and communications technology
Information and Communications Technology Council
Information and communications technology in agriculture
Information and communications technology in Kosovo
Information and Communications University
Information and Communication Technologies Authority (Turkey)
Information and communication technologies for environmental sustainability
Information and Communication Technology Academy of Kerala
Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka
Information and Communication Technology Authority (Kenya)
Information, Communication & Society
Information communication and telecommunication economics
Information Communications Network LLC
Information Communications Technology education in the Philippines
Innovative Communications Alliance
Innovative Communications Corporation
Insight Communications Limited
Institut de Recherche en Communications et Cyberntique de Nantes
Institut des hautes tudes des communications sociales
Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communications
Institute for Global Communications
Institute for Media and Communication Policy
Institute of Advanced Communication, Education and Research
Institute of Cryptography, Telecommunications and Computer Science
Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers
Institute of Informatics and Communication
Institute of Internal Communication
Institute of Mass Communication Film and Television Studies
Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication
Institute of Space and Telecommunications Law
Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers
Intelligibility (communication)
Interactive communication
Inter-American Telecommunication Commission
Interception of Communications Act 1985
Interception of Communications Bill 2006
Inter-Client Communication Conventions Manual
Intercultural communication
Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program
Interference (communication)
Interior communications electrician
Intermountain West Communications Company
Internal communications
International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication
International Association of Portuguese-Speaking Communications
International Association of Transport and Communication Museums
International Business Communication Standards
International Camp on Communication and Computers
International communication
International Communication Gazette
International Council for Film Television and Audiovisual Communication
International Information and Communication Technology Council Certification Program
International Journal of Communication
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders
International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium
International Press Telecommunications Council
International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance
International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication
International Sound Communication
International Speech Communication Association
International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications
International Telecommunications Satellite Organization
International Telecommunication Union
Interpersonal communication
Inter-process communication
Interscope Communications
Intershop Communications AG
Interspecies communication
Intrapersonal communication
Iridium Communications
Iris Digital Communications System
J2 Communications
James Bay Cree Communications Society
James Tracy (communication scholar)
Jane's Military Communications
Jerusalem Media & Communication Centre
Jim Wilkinson (communications)
John Rabe Communication Centre
Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs
Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System
Journalism & Communication Monographs
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
Journal of Applied Communication Research
Journal of Business and Technical Communication
Journal of Business Communication
Journal of Communication
Journal of Communication Inquiry
Journal of Communication Management
Journal of Communications
Journal of Communications and Networks
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
Journal of Creative Communications
Journal of Health Communication
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research
Journal of International Communication
Journal of Technical Writing and Communication
Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation
Just Communication
Kannel (telecommunications)
Kenja Communication
Kenya Communications (Amendment) Act, 2008
Kenya Posts and Telecommunications Corporation
Kepler Communications
Kevin Sullivan (communications professional)
Kill Time Communication
King Fahd Satellite Telecommunications City
KM Communications
Korea Communications Commission
Korea Communications Standards Commission
Korean Communications Zone
Kvorning Design & Communication
Kyocera Communications
Laboratory for the Analysis of Organisational Communication Systems
Lack of Communication
La Machi Communication for Good Causes
Land Information and Communications Services Group
Large-group communication
Laser communication in space
Laser Communications Relay Demonstration
Lasswell's model of communication
Lebanese Communication Group
LED to LED Communication
Level 3 Communications
Liberia Telecommunications Corporation
LIME (telecommunications company)
Line of communication
Lines of Communication
List of abuse allegations made through facilitated communication
List of applications of near-field communication
List of assets owned by Hearst Communications
List of assets owned by Shaw Communications
List of chairmen of the Federal Communications Commission
List of communications units and formations of the Royal Air Force
List of companies involved in quantum computing or communication
List of Frontier Communications operating companies
List of international submarine communications cables
List of Ministers for Communications and the Media of Luxembourg
List of Ministers of Communications and Works of Cyprus
List of ministries of communications
List of Royal Air Force Communication units
List of Royal Australian Air Force Communication Units
List of telecommunication companies in Pakistan
List of telecommunications companies of Bangladesh
List of telecommunications regulatory bodies
List of Theatre Communications Group member theatres
List of video telecommunication services and product brands
List of White Alice Communications System sites
Live Communications Server 2003
Live Communications Server 2005
LLM Communications
Local Inter-Process Communication
Lohmar-Birk telecommunications tower
London College of Communication
Long-term prediction (communications)
Look Communications
Loral Space & Communications
Lotus Communications
LSU Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes
LTE (telecommunication)
Macfadden Communications Group
Macromolecular Rapid Communications
Madrid Deep Space Communications Complex
Main Frame Software Communications
Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 satellite communications
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission
Malicious Communications Act 1988
Management Communication Quarterly
Manual communication
Map communication model
Mapleton Communications
Marconi Communications
Marine Wing Communications Squadron 18
Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28
Marine Wing Communications Squadron 38
Marine Wing Communications Squadron 48
Marketing communications
Mars Telecommunications Orbiter
Martz Communications Group
Massachusetts Corporation for Educational Telecommunications
Mass communication
Mass communication specialist
Master of Corporate Communication
Maxis Communications
Maxwell Communication Corporation
MCI Communications
Mebo Telecommunications
Media Arts & Communications Academy
Media (communication) Communications
Mediated communication
Mediated intercultural communication
Medical Device Radiocommunications Service
Melita (telecommunications company)
Meo (telecommunication company)
Mercury Communications
Meteor burst communications
Metropark Communications
MGM-Path Communications
MHP Communications
Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review
Mid-Canada Communications
Midwest Communications
Military College of Telecommunication Engineering
Military communication in feudal Japan
Military communications
Military Institute of Telecommunications and Information Technologies
Military Satellite Communications Directorate
Minimum Essential Emergency Communications Network
Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts
Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries
Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications
Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications
Minister of Communications
Minister of Communications (Canada)
Minister of Communications (South Africa)
Ministry of Civil Aviation and Communication Maldives
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (Indonesia)
Ministry of Communication and Information (Venezuela)
Ministry of Communication and Technology (Ghana)
Ministry of Communication Equipment Industry (Soviet Union)
Ministry of Communication (Poland)
Ministry of Communications and Information
Ministry of Communications and Information (Kazakhstan)
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (Afghanistan)
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (Egypt)
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (India)
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (Myanmar)
Ministry of Communications and Multimedia (Malaysia)
Ministry of Communications and Technology
Ministry of Communication, Science and Technology
Ministry of Communications (Iceland)
Ministry of Communications (India)
Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure, and Housing
Ministry of Communications (Israel)
Ministry of Communications (Italy)
Ministry of Communications (Morocco)
Ministry of Communications (Pakistan)
Ministry of Communications (Soviet Union)
Ministry of Culture and Communication
Ministry of Culture and Communications (Quebec)
Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media (Russia)
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
Ministry of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications
Ministry of Information and Communication
Ministry of Information and Communication (Bhutan)
Ministry of Information and Communications (Nepal)
Ministry of Information and Communication (South Korea)
Ministry of Information and Communications Technology (ictQATAR)
Ministry of Information and Communications Technology of Iran
Ministry of Information and Communications (Vietnam)
Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies (Tunisia)
Ministry of Information and Communication Technology
Ministry of Information, Communications, Transport and Tourism Development
Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications (Colombia)
Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
Ministry of Post and Telecommunications (North Korea)
Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (Cambodia)
Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications (Japan)
Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology
Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation and Communications (Brazil)
Ministry of Telecommunication, Digital Infrastructure and Foreign Employment
Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society (Serbia)
Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications (Serbia)
Ministry of Transport and Channels of Communication
Ministry of Transport and Communication (Armenia)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Botswana)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Ethiopia)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Finland)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Kazakhstan)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Lithuania)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Peru)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Venezuela)
Ministry of Transport and Communications (Zambia)
Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications
Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Ministry of Transportation and Communications (Taiwan)
Ministry of Transport, Communication and Infrastructural Development (Zimbabwe)
Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies (Azerbaijan)
Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications (Bulgaria)
Ministry of Transport, Posts and Telecommunications
Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications
Mobile Communication and Society
Mobile communications over IP
Mobile communications vehicle
Mobile Computing and Communications Review
Mobile Telecommunication Company of Iran
Mobile Telecommunications Company of Esfahan
Models of communication
Modular Integrated Communications Helmet
Moffat Communications
Montjuc Communications Tower
Monument to the Communications Workers of Don
Moody College of Communication
Morris Communications
MPL Communications
MS Communications
Muse Communication
Museum of Communication, Nuremberg, Germany
Museum of History of Communication Development (Rostov-on-Don)
Museum of Post and Telecommunications
Music of Kurogane Communication
Mwananchi Communications
Myanma Posts and Telecommunications
Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Narrative communication
National Academies Communication Award
National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors
National Cable & Telecommunications Ass'n v. Brand X Internet Services
National Center for Telecommunications Technologies
National Christian Forensics and Communications Association
National Commission for Communication and Liberties
National Commission of Telecommunications
National Committee of the Chinese Defense Industry, Postal and Telecommunications Workers' Union
National Communication Association
National Communications Centre
National Communications Commission
National Communications Coordinator
National Communications Corporation Limited
National Communications Network, Guyana
National Communications System
National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center
National Domestic Communications Assistance Center
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology of the Republic of Moldova
National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Advisory Memoranda
National Telecommunications Agency (Brazil)
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
National Telecommunications Commission (Philippines)
National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority
National Transportation Communications for Intelligent Transportation System Protocol
Nationwide Communications
Native Communications
NATO Communications and Information Agency
NATO Communications and Information Systems Services Agency
Nature Communications
Navajo Communications
Naval Computer and Telecommunications Command
NCIC Inmate Communications
Near-field communication
Near-field magnetic induction communication
Nebraska Educational Telecommunications
NEC Mobile Communications
Netscape Communications Corp. v. Konrad
NET (telecommunications)
New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell
News World Communications
NewTel Communications
New World Information and Communication Order
New World Telecommunications
New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications
New Zealand Telecommunications Forum
Nextel Communications
Nigerian Communications Commission
Nigerian weather and communications satellites
Nimbus Communications
No. 1 Combat Communications Squadron RAAF
No-communication theorem
Nonverbal communication
Nonviolent Communication
Northland Communications
NorthPoint Communications
Norwegian Communications Authority
Norwegian Post and Communications Union
Novanet, Cloud Communications Company
NTT Communications
NTT Communications Shining Arcs
Nuance Communications
Nuclear Medicine Communications
Nusantao Maritime Trading and Communication Network
Objectworld Communications
Observatory on Digital Communication
Office of the Communications Authority
Official communications of the Chinese Empire
Oi (telecommunications)
One Communications
One Telecommunications
Open communication
Open Platform Communications
Open Telecommunications
Oplink Communications
Optical communication
Optical communications repeater
Optical wireless communications
Optics Communications
Oracle Communications Messaging Server
Orbit Communications Company
Organizational communication
Osaka Electro-Communication University
Outline of communication
Outline of telecommunication
Overseas Telecommunications Veterans Association
Pacific Bell Telephone Co. v. linkLine Communications, Inc.
Pakistan Telecommunication Authority
Palgrave Communications
Parallel communication
Paramount Communications, Inc. v. QVC Network, Inc.
Paramount Communications, Inc. v. Time Inc.
Partner Communications Company
People's Commissariat for Communications
Peracomo Inc v TELUS Communications Co
Persona Communications
Personal communications network
Personal Communications Service
Personal communications service (NANP)
Pharmacognosy Communications
Philippine Bank of Communications
Philippine Communications Satellite Corporation
Phoenix Media/Communications Group
Phonon Communications
Phonoscope Communications
Picture archiving and communication system
Picture communication symbols
Picture Exchange Communication System
Plant communication
Plant floor communication
Playboy Enterprises, Inc. v. Netscape Communications Corp.
Play (telecommunications)
PLDT Communication and Energy Ventures
Plus Communication
Plus (telecommunications Poland)
Pocket Communications
Point-to-multipoint communication
Point-to-point (telecommunications)
Political communication
Political Communication (journal)
Political economy of communications
Pontifical Council for Social Communications
Portal:Companies/Index by industry/Sub/Telecommunication
Postal and Telecommunications Workers' Union
Postal communication in the General Government
Post Office Telecommunications
Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology
Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology, Ho Chi Minh City
Power-line communication
Presidency of Telecommunication and Communication
Presidential Communications Group
Press Communications
PrimeTel Communications
Primus Telecommunications (Australia)
Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002
Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003
Process Communication Model
Professional communication
Provisioning (telecommunications)
Public Communications Inc.
Public Relations and Communications Association
Public Safety Joint Communications Center
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication
Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law
Queued Telecommunications Access Method
Rabbit (telecommunications)
RAD Data Communications
Radio and telecommunication in Berlin
Radiocommunication Act
Radio communication service
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry
Rawlco Communications
Redline Communications
Red Link Communications
Regenerator (telecommunication)
Rgie des tlcommunications du Qubec
Regional African Satellite Communication Organization
Regional communications in ancient Mesoamerica
Regional Radiocommunication Conference
Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-related Information Act, 2002
Reliance Communications
Religious Technology Center v. Netcom On-Line Communication Services, Inc.
Remote communications outlet
Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy
Research Institute of Electronic Communication
Rseau de tlcommunications sociosanitaire
Revolutionary People's Communication Network
Richard Green (telecommunication)
Rich Communication Services
Riedel Communications
RighTel Communications
Ritual view of communication
Robert E. Allen (telecommunications executive)
Robot Communications
Rogers Communications
Rogers Communications Centre
Royal Communications
Royal Mail Group Ltd v Communication Workers Union
Rush Communications
Russian Journal of Communication
Russian Satellite Communications Company
Rust Communications
Sable Communications of California v. FCC
Safelayer Secure Communications
Salt Lake Valley Emergency Communications Center
Samsung Telecommunications
SBA Communications
SBC Communications, Inc. v. FCC
Schurz Communications, Inc. v. FCC
Science communication
Science Communication (journal)
Scottish Police Services Authority Information Communications Technology
Scranton Gillette Communications
Sea lines of communication
Seaside Communications
Seatrade Communications
Secretariat of Communications and Transportation (Mexico)
Secretary for Communications, Tourism and Culture
Secret Communications
Secure communication
Secure Communication based on Quantum Cryptography
Secure Communications Interoperability Protocol
Security service (telecommunication)
Seen by Scene Communications
Seismic communication
Selkirk Communications
Sender-Message-Channel-Receiver Model of Communication
Serial communication
Service-oriented communications
Seventh Channel Communications
Shaw Communications
Shipboard Integrated Communications System
Shockley Communications
Short-range agent communications
Siemens Communications
Signaling (telecommunications)
Signal strength in telecommunications
SIMPLE (military communications protocol)
Simplex communication
Simultaneous communication
Sino Satellite Communications
Slaight Communications
Slaight Communications Inc v Davidson
Smart Communications
Social and behavior change communication
Social communication disorder
Society for Technical Communication
Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication
Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers
Socket (telecommunications)
South Central Communications (telecommunications)
Soviet communications ship SSV-33
Space Communications and Navigation Program
Spartan Communications
Specht v. Netscape Communications Corp.
Special Communications Organization
Special Communications Service of Russia
Spirit of Communication
Sport communication
SRT Communications
Standard Marine Communication Phrases
Star Song Communications
Stauffer Communications
Stealth Communications
Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication
St. Joseph College of Communication
St. Joseph Communications
Storer Communications
Stornoway Communications
Strategic communication
Stress wave communication
Study of global communication
Subconscious Communications
Submarine communications cable
Subsidiary communications authority
Suddenlink Communications
Sunday Communications
Sun Java System Communications Suite
Sunrise Communications AG
Supportive communication
Survivable Low Frequency Communications System
Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees
Swift Communications
Switched communication network
Symphony Communication
Synchronization in telecommunications
Synthetic Communications
Tab Communications
Tactical communications
Tait Communications
Taliya Communications
Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority
Tanzania Telecommunications Corporation
Tarek Nour Communications
Tata Communications
Taylor Communications
Technical communication
Technical Communication Quarterly
Telecommunication circuit
Telecommunication Company of Iran
Telecommunication control unit
Telecommunication Infrastructure Company
Telecommunications Access Method
Telecommunications Act
Telecommunications Act of 1996
Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
Telecommunications billing
Telecommunications cable
Telecommunications Consultants India
Telecommunications Development Levy
Telecommunications device for the deaf
Telecommunications engineering
Telecommunications equipment
Telecommunications facility
Telecommunications for Disaster Relief
Telecommunications forecasting
Telecommunications Hall of Fame
Telecommunications House
Telecommunications in Albania
Telecommunications in Algeria
Telecommunications in American Samoa
Telecommunications in Andorra
Telecommunications in Angola
Telecommunications in Anguilla
Telecommunications in Antarctica
Telecommunications in Antigua and Barbuda
Telecommunications in Armenia
Telecommunications in Aruba
Telecommunications in Australia
Telecommunications in Austria
Telecommunications in Azerbaijan
Telecommunications in Bahrain
Telecommunications in Bangladesh
Telecommunications in Barbados
Telecommunications in Belarus
Telecommunications in Belgium
Telecommunications in Belize
Telecommunications in Benin
Telecommunications in Bermuda
Telecommunications in Bhutan
Telecommunications in Bolivia
Telecommunications in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Telecommunications in Botswana
Telecommunications in Brazil
Telecommunications in Brunei
Telecommunications in Bulgaria
Telecommunications in Burkina Faso
Tele-Communications Inc.
Telecommunications in Cambodia
Telecommunications in Cameroon
Telecommunications in Canada
Telecommunications in Cape Verde
Telecommunications in Chad
Telecommunications in Chile
Telecommunications in China
Telecommunications in Costa Rica
Telecommunications in Croatia
Telecommunications in Cuba
Telecommunications in Curaao
Telecommunications in Cyprus
Telecommunications in Denmark
Telecommunications in Djibouti
Telecommunications in Dominica
Telecommunications industry
Telecommunications Industry Association
Telecommunications industry in China
Telecommunications industry in Hong Kong
Telecommunications in East Timor
Telecommunications in Ecuador
Telecommunications in Egypt
Telecommunications in El Salvador
Telecommunications in Equatorial Guinea
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Verizon Communications Inc. v. FCC (2002)
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