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red wire is negative
black wire is positive
green wire is ground
BATTERY
bump is +
flat is -
LED
long side is positive
short side / flat side is negative



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--- DICTIONARIES (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)


electronic commerce
(EC) The conducting of business
communication and transactions over networks and through
computers. As most restrictively defined, electronic commerce
is the buying and selling of goods and services, and the
transfer of funds, through digital communications. However EC
also includes all inter-company and intra-company functions
(such as marketing, finance, manufacturing, selling, and
negotiation) that enable commerce and use {electronic mail},
{EDI}, file transfer, fax, {video conferencing}, {workflow},
or interaction with a remote computer.
Electronic commerce also includes buying and selling over the
{web} and the {Internet}, {electronic funds
transfer}, {smart cards}, {digital cash} (e.g. Mondex), and all
other ways of doing business over digital networks.
[{Electronic Commerce Dictionary}].
(1995-10-08)

Electronic Commerce Dictionary
A lexicon of {electronic commerce} terms. It
includes over 900 terms and acronyms, and over 200 {website}
addresses. It has entries on commerce over the {World-Wide
Web}, {Internet} payment systems, The {National Information
Infrastructure}, {Electronic Data Interchange}, {Electronic
Funds Transfer}, {Public Key Cryptography}, {smart cards} and
{digital cash}, computer and network security for commerce,
marketing through electronic media.
{(http://tedhaynes.com/haynes1/intro.php)}.
(1999-03-24)

electronic data interchange
(EDI) The exchange of
standardised document forms between computer systems for
business use. EDI is part of {electronic commerce}.
EDI is most often used between different companies ("trading
partners") and uses some variation of the {ANSI X12}
{standard} (USA) or {EDIFACT} (UN sponsored global standard).
[{Electronic Commerce Dictionary}].
(1995-10-06)

Electronic Data Processing
1. (EDP) {data processing} by
computers.
2. The name of {Honeywell}'s computer business
between 1960, when it gained complete ownership of {Datamatic
Corporation}, and 1963, when it was officially renamed
Honeywell Inc.
(1995-03-30)

Electronic Design Automation
(EDA) Software tools for the development of
{integrated circuits} and systems.
Companies selling EDA tools include {Cadence}, {Intergraph},
{Mentor}, {Synopsys}, {Viewlogic}. {Zuken-Redac Dazix} has
been acquired by Intergraph.
(1995-10-09)

Electronic Discrete Sequential Automatic Computer
(EDSAC, often "Electronic Delay Storage
Automatic Computer") Based upon the {EDVAC} (Electronic
Discrete Variable Automatic Computer) designed in 1945, the
EDSAC was completed in 1949 at the University of Cambridge
Mathematical Laboratory in England. The EDSAC performed its
first calculation on 1949-05-06. EDSAC was considered to be
the first computer to store programs. It ceased to exist in
about 1951.
[What happened to it?]
(2010-01-07)

Electronic Frontier Foundation
(EFF) A group established to address social and legal
issues arising from the impact on society of the increasingly
pervasive use of computers as a means of communication and
information distribution. EFF is a non-profit civil liberties
public interest organisation working to protect freedom of
expression, privacy, and access to on-line resources and
information.
{(http://eff.org/)}.
(1994-12-08)

electronic funds transfer
(EFT, EFTS, - system) Transfer
of money initiated through electronic terminal, automated
teller machine, computer, telephone, or {magnetic tape}. In
the late 1990s, this increasingly includes transfer initiated
via the {web}. The term also applies to credit
card and automated bill payments.
{Glossary (http://fms.treas.gov/eft/glossary.php)}.
(1999-12-08)

Electronic Funds Transfer Point of Sale
A method of electronic payment which
allows money to be transferred from the account of the shopper
to the merchant in close-to real-time. Generally the shopper
will give the merchant a credit or debit card, which will be
swiped to obtain the account information. The shopper will
then be required to either sign a receipt or enter a {PIN} via
a keypad to authorise the transaction.
(2003-06-22)

electronic funds transfer system
{electronic funds transfer}

electronic magazine
(e-zine) A regular
publication on some particular topic distributed in digital
form, chiefly now via the {web} but also by
{electronic mail} or {floppy disk}. E-zines are often
distributed for free by enthusiasts.
(1996-08-04)

electronic mail
(e-mail) Messages automatically passed from one
computer user to another, often through computer {networks}
and/or via {modems} over telephone lines.
A message, especially one following the common {RFC 822}
{standard}, begins with several lines of {headers}, followed
by a blank line, and the body of the message. Most e-mail
systems now support the {MIME} {standard} which allows the
message body to contain "{attachments}" of different kinds
rather than just one block of plain {ASCII} text. It is
conventional for the body to end with a {signature}.
Headers give the name and {electronic mail address} of the
sender and recipient(s), the time and date when it was sent
and a subject. There are many other headers which may get
added by different {message handling systems} during delivery.
The message is "composed" by the sender, usually using a
special program - a "{Mail User Agent}" (MUA). It is then
passed to some kind of "{Message Transfer Agent}" (MTA) - a
program which is responsible for either delivering the message
locally or passing it to another MTA, often on another {host}.
MTAs on different hosts on a network often communicate using
{SMTP}. The message is eventually delivered to the
recipient's {mailbox} - normally a file on his computer - from
where he can read it using a mail reading program (which may
or may not be the same {MUA} as used by the sender).
Contrast {snail-mail}, {paper-net}, {voice-net}.
The form "email" is also common, but is less suggestive of the
correct pronunciation and derivation than "e-mail". The word
is used as a noun for the concept ("Isn't e-mail great?", "Are
you on e-mail?"), a collection of (unread) messages ("I spent
all night reading my e-mail"), and as a verb meaning "to send
(something in) an e-mail message" ("I'll e-mail you (my
report)"). The use of "an e-mail" as a count noun for an
e-mail message, and plural "e-mails", is now (2000) also well
established despite the fact that "mail" is definitely a mass
noun.
Oddly enough, the word "emailed" is actually listed in the
Oxford English Dictionary. It means "embossed (with a raised
pattern) or arranged in a net work". A use from 1480 is
given. The word is derived from French "emmailleure",
network. Also, "email" is German for enamel.
{The story of the first e-mail message
(http://pretext.com/mar98/features/story2.htm)}.
{How data travels around the world
(http://www.akita.co.uk/movement-of-data)}
(2014-10-07)

electronic mail address
(Usually "e-mail address") The string used to
specify the source or destination of an {electronic mail}
message. E.g. "john@doc.acme.ac.uk".
The {RFC 822} standard is probably the most widely used on the
{Internet}. {X.400} was once used in Europe and Canada.
{UUCP}-style ({bang path}) addresses or other kinds of {source
route} became virtually extinct in the 1990s.
In the example above, "john" is the {local part} which is the
name of a {mailbox} on the destination computer. If the
sender and recipient use the same computer, or the same {LAN},
for electronic mail then the local part is usually all that is
required.
If they use different computers, e.g. they work at different
companies or use different {Internet service providers}, then
the "host part", e.g. "sales.acme.com" must be appended after
an "@". This usually takes the form of a {fully qualified
domain name} or, within a large organisation, it may be just
the {hostname} part, e.g. "sales". The destination computer
named by the host part is usually a {server} of some kind
rather than an individual's {workstation} or {PC}. The user's
mail is stored on the server and read later via {client} mail
software running on the user's computer.
Large organisations, such as universities will often set up a
global {alias} directory which maps a simple user name such as
"jsmith" to an address which contains more information such as
"jsmith@london.bigcomp.co.uk". This hides the detailed
knowledge of where the message will be delivered from the
sender, making it much easier to redirect mail if a user
leaves or moves to a different department for example.
(2014-10-07)

electronic mail client
{Mail User Agent}

electronic meeting
The use of a {network} of {personal computers} to
improve communication that takes place in a meeting. Electronic
meetings are effective with as few as two participants and with
over 100 participants. Participants can be face-to-face in a
meeting room or distributed around the world. They may all be
participating at the same time or different times.
{Getting Results from Electronic Meetings
(http://emsl.co.uk/)}.
(2014-09-20)

Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer
(ENIAC) The first electronic {digital computer} and
an ancestor of most computers in use today. ENIAC was
developed by Dr. {John Mauchly} and {J. Presper Eckert} during
World War II at the Moore School of the {University of
Pennsylvania}.
In 1940 Dr. {John Vincent Atanasoff} attended a lecture by
Mauchly and subsequently agreed to show him his binary
calculator, the {Atanasoff-Berry Computer} (ABC), which was
partially built between 1937-1942. Mauchly used ideas from
the ABC in the design of ENIAC, which was started in June 1943
and released publicly in 1946.
ENIAC was not the first digital computer, {Konrad Zuse}'s {Z3}
was released in 1941. Though, like the ABC, the Z3 was
{electromechanical} rather than electronic, it was freely
programmable via paper tape whereas ENIAC was only
programmable by manual rewiring or switches. Z3 used binary
representation like modern computers whereas ENIAC used
decimal like mechanical calculators.
ENIAC was underwritten and its development overseen by
Lieutenant Herman Goldstine of the U.S. Army Ballistic
Research Laboratory (BRL). While the prime motivation for
constructing the machine was to automate the wartime
production of firing and bombing tables, the very first
program run on ENIAC was a highly classified computation
for Los Alamos. Later applications included weather
prediction, cosmic ray studies, wind tunnel design,
petroleum exploration, and optics.
ENIAC had 20 {registers} made entirely from {vacuum tubes}.
It had no other no memory as we currently understand it. The
machine performed an addition in 200 {microseconds}, a
multiplication in about three {milliseconds}, and a division
in about 30 milliseconds.
{John von Neumann}, a world-renowned mathematician serving on
the BRL Scientific Advisory Committee, soon joined the
developers of ENIAC and made some critical contributions.
While Mauchly, Eckert and the Penn team continued on the
technological problems, he, Goldstine, and others took up the
logical problems.
In 1947, while working on the design for the successor
machine, EDVAC, von Neumann realized that ENIAC's lack of a
central control unit could be overcome to obtain a rudimentary
stored program computer (see the Clippinger reference below).
Modifications were undertaken that eventually led to an
{instruction set} of 92 "orders". {Von Neumann} also proposed
the {fetch-execute cycle}.
[R. F. Clippinger, "A Logical Coding System Applied to the
ENIAC", Ballistic Research Laboratory Report No. 673, Aberdeen
Proving Ground, MD, September 1948.
{(http://ftp.arl.mil/~mike/comphist/48eniac-coding)}].
[H. H. Goldstine, "The Computer from Pascal to von Neumann",
Princeton University Press, 1972].
[K. Kempf, "Electronic Computers within the Ordnance Corps",
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1961.
{(http://ftp.arl.mil/~mike/comphist/61ordnance)}].
[M. H. Weik, "The ENIAC Story", J. American Ordnance Assoc.,
1961. {(http://ftp.arl.mil/~mike/comphist/eniac-story.php)}].
[How "general purpose" was ENIAC, compared to Zuse's {Z3}?]
(2003-10-01)

Electronic Performance Support System
(EPSS) A system that provides electronic task guidance
and support to the user at the moment of need. EPSS can
provide {application} help, reference information, guided
instructions and/or tutorials, subject matter expert advice
and hints on how to perform a task more efficiently. An EPSS
can combine various technologies to present the desired
information. The information can be in the form of text,
{graphical displays}, sound, and {video} presentations.
["Electronic Performance Support Systems: How and Why to
Remake the Workplace Through the Strategic Application of
Technology", Gloria Gerry, Weingarten Press].
(1997-10-24)

Electronic Piece Of Cheese
{EPOC}

Electronic Report Management
(ERM, Enterprise Report Management) The capture,
archiving and publishing, in digital form, of (typically
{mainframe} generated) documents such as accounting and
financial reports. ERM often replaces systems based on paper
or {microfilm}.
ERM usually captures data from {print streams} and stores it
on {hard drives}, {storage area networks} or {optical disk}
drives. The data is indexed and can be retreived at the
desktop with a {web browser} or a {fat client}. ERM systems
are part of {enterprise content management} or {electronic
document management}.
An example application is {PearlDoc QuickFile Information
Management System (http://pearldoc.com/)} (IMS).
An early replacement for {greenbar} printed reports was
Computer Output on Microfilm (COM, not to be confused with
{Microsoft}'s {Component Object Model}). This was superseded
by Computer Output to Laser Disk (or Disc - COLD) which used
optical media.
In 1999 the {AIIM} renamed COLD to ERM/COLD to reflect the
variety of media in use. This was promoted, in 2002, by Mason
Grigsby - widely reputed as "The Father of COLD" for his
seminal work with {INSCI} in the late 1980s. Judging from
their website, AIIM don't seem too sure whether ERM is
"Electronic", "Enterprise" or both.
(2007-07-25)

Electronics Industry Association
(EIA) A body which publishes "Recommended
Standards" (RS) for physical devices and their means of
interfacing. {EIA-232} is their standard that defines a
computer's {serial port}, connector pin-outs, and electrical
signaling.
(1995-03-02)

electronic whiteboarding
{Audiographic Teleconferencing}

electronic commerce ::: (application, communications) (EC) The conducting of business communication and transactions over networks and through computers. As most commerce and use electronic mail, EDI, file transfer, fax, video conferencing, workflow, or interaction with a remote computer.Electronic commerce also includes buying and selling over the World-Wide Web and the Internet, electronic funds transfer, smart cards, digital cash (e.g. Mondex), and all other ways of doing business over digital networks.[Electronic Commerce Dictionary]. (1995-10-08)

Electronic Commerce Dictionary ::: (publication) A lexicon of electronic commerce terms. It includes over 900 terms and acronyms, and over 200 website addresses. It has entries on Transfer, Public Key Cryptography, smart cards and digital cash, computer and network security for commerce, marketing through electronic media. . (1999-03-24)

electronic data interchange ::: (application, communications) (EDI) The exchange of standardised document forms between computer systems for business use. EDI is part of electronic commerce.EDI is most often used between different companies (trading partners) and uses some variation of the ANSI X12 standard (USA) or EDIFACT (UN sponsored global standard).[Electronic Commerce Dictionary]. (1995-10-06)

Electronic Data Processing ::: (application) (EDP) data processing by electronic machines, i.e. computers. (1995-03-30)

Electronic Design Automation ::: (application) (EDA) Software tools for the development of integrated circuits and systems.Companies selling EDA tools include Cadence, Intergraph, Mentor, Synopsys, Viewlogic. Zuken-Redac Dazix has been acquired by Intergraph. (1995-10-09)

Electronic Frontier Foundation ::: (body) (EFF) A group established to address social and legal issues arising from the impact on society of the increasingly pervasive use of non-profit civil liberties public interest organisation working to protect freedom of expression, privacy, and access to on-line resources and information. . (1994-12-08)

electronic funds transfer ::: (application, communications) (EFT, EFTS, - system) Transfer of money initiated through electronic terminal, automated teller machine, computer, transfer initiated via the World-Wide Web. The term also applies to credit card and automated bill payments. . (1999-12-08)

Electronic Funds Transfer Point of Sale ::: (business, real-time) A method of electronic payment which allows money to be transferred from the account of the shopper to the merchant in close-to required to either sign a receipt or enter a PIN via a keypad to authorise the transaction.(2003-06-22)

electronic funds transfer system ::: electronic funds transfer

electronic magazine ::: (messaging, publication, World-Wide Web) (e-zine) A regular publication on some particular topic distributed in digital form, chiefly now via the World-Wide Web but also by electronic mail or floppy disk. E-zines are often distributed for free by enthusiasts. (1996-08-04)

electronic mail address ::: (messaging) (Usually e-mail address, rarely e-dress, e-ddress) The string used to specify the source or destination of an electronic mail message. E.g. .The RFC 822 standard is probably the most widely used on the Internet though X.400 is also in use in Europe and Canada. UUCP-style (bang path) addresses or other kinds of source route became virtually extinct in the 1990s.In the example above, john is the local part which is the name of a mailbox on the destination computer. If the sender and recipient use the same computer, or the same LAN, for electronic mail then the local part is usually all that is required.If they use different computers, e.g. they work at different companies or use different Internet service providers, then the host part, e.g. user's mail is stored on the server and read later via client mail software running on the user's computer.Large organisations, such as universities will often set up a global alias directory which maps a simple user name such as jsmith to an address which making it much easier to redirect mail if a user leaves or moves to a different computer for example. (1996-10-22)

electronic mail ::: (messaging) (e-mail) Messages automatically passed from one computer user to another, often through computer networks and/or via modems over telephone lines.A message, especially one following the common RFC 822 standard, begins with several lines of headers, followed by a blank line, and the body of the message. to contain attachments of different kinds rather than just one block of plain ASCII text. It is conventional for the body to end with a signature.Headers give the name and electronic mail address of the sender and recipient(s), the time and date when it was sent and a subject. There are many other headers which may get added by different message handling systems during delivery.The message is composed by the sender, usually using a special program - a Mail User Agent (MUA). It is then passed to some kind of Message Transfer where he can read it using a mail reading program (which may or may not be the same MUA as used by the sender).Contrast snail-mail, paper-net, voice-net.The form email is also common, but is less suggestive of the correct pronunciation and derivation than e-mail. The word is used as a noun for the (2000) also well established despite the fact that mail is definitely a mass noun.Oddly enough, the word emailed is actually listed in the Oxford English Dictionary. It means embossed (with a raised pattern) or arranged in a net work. A use from 1480 is given. The word is derived from French emmailleure, network. Also, email is German for enamel. .(2002-07-14)

electronic meeting ::: (messaging, conferencing, meeting) /e'lek-tro'nik mee'ting/ The use of a network of personal computers to improve communication that takes place in a meeting. The computers are used for typically 30-50% of the meeting. They do not eliminate conversation, discussion, or humour from the meeting.Electronic meetings are effective with as few as two participants and with over 100 participants. Participants can be face-to-face in a meeting room or distributed around the world. They may all be participating at the same time or different times. .(2000-11-16)

Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer ::: (computer) (ENIAC) The first electronic digital computer and an ancestor of most computers in use today. ENIAC was developed by Dr. John Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert during World War II at the Moore School of the University of Pennsylvania.In 1940 Dr. John Vincent Atanasoff attended a lecture by Mauchly and subsequently agreed to show him his binary calculator, the Atanasoff-Berry from the ABC in the design of ENIAC, which was started in June 1943 and released publicly in 1946.ENIAC was not the first digital computer, Konrad Zuse's Z3 was released in 1941. Though, like the ABC, the Z3 was electromechanical rather than electronic, it manual rewiring or switches. Z3 used binary representation like modern computers whereas ENIAC used decimal like mechanical calculators.ENIAC was underwritten and its development overseen by Lieutenant Herman Goldstine of the U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory (BRL). While the prime prediction, cosmic ray studies, wind tunnel design, petroleum exploration, and optics.ENIAC had 20 registers made entirely from vacuum tubes. It had no other no memory as we currently understand it. The machine performed an addition in 200 microseconds, a multiplication in about three milliseconds, and a division in about 30 milliseconds.John von Neumann, a world-renowned mathematician serving on the BRL Scientific Advisory Committee, soon joined the developers of ENIAC and made some critical contributions. While Mauchly, Eckert and the Penn team continued on the technological problems, he, Goldstine, and others took up the logical problems.In 1947, while working on the design for the successor machine, EDVAC, von Neumann realized that ENIAC's lack of a central control unit could be overcome below). Modifications were undertaken that eventually led to an instruction set of 92 orders. Von Neumann also proposed the fetch-execute cycle.[R. F. Clippinger, A Logical Coding System Applied to the ENIAC, Ballistic Research Laboratory Report No. 673, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, September 1948. ].[H. H. Goldstine, The Computer from Pascal to von Neumann, Princeton University Press, 1972].[K. Kempf, Electronic Computers within the Ordnance Corps, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1961. ].[M. H. Weik, The ENIAC Story, J. American Ordnance Assoc., 1961. ].[How general purpose was ENIAC, compared to Zuse's Z3?](2003-10-01)

Electronic Performance Support System ::: (tool) (EPSS) A system that provides electronic task guidance and support to the user at the moment of need. EPSS can provide application help, reference technologies to present the desired information. The information can be in the form of text, graphical displays, sound, and video presentations.[Electronic Performance Support Systems: How and Why to Remake the Workplace Through the Strategic Application of Technology, Gloria Gerry, Weingarten Press]. (1997-10-24)

Electronics Industry Association ::: (body, standard) (EIA) A body which publishes Recommended Standards (RS) for physical devices and their means of interfacing. EIA-232 is their standard that defines a computer's serial port, connector pin-outs, and electrical signaling. (1995-03-02)

electronic whiteboarding ::: Audiographic Teleconferencing

Electronic funds transfer (EFS) - A payment executed through computers.

Electronic mail (e-mail) - Document transmitted electronically from the user's computer or terminal to an information service. Accountants and their clients can take advantage of electronic mail to transmit essential messages. With electronic mail, each user in the system has a "mailbox," which receives, holds, and sends information to others. The information sent may be spreadsheets, reports, memos, and so forth.

Electronic Voice Phenomena

Electronic sports (esports) - organized multiplayer video game competitions. The most common video game genres associated with electronic sports are real-time strategy, fighting, first-person shooter, and multiplayer online battle arena. See /r/esports


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KEYS (10k)

   2 Arthur C Clarke
   1 Saul Williams

NEW FULL DB (2.4M)

   16 Anonymous
   14 Walter Isaacson
   14 Jay Electronica
   8 Marshall McLuhan
   7 Douglas Adams
   5 Thomas Bangalter
   4 Terence McKenna
   4 Neil deGrasse Tyson
   4 Neal Stephenson
   4 Glenn Greenwald
   4 Arthur C Clarke
   4 Anna Meredith
   3 William R Forstchen
   3 Steve Wozniak
   3 Sherrilyn Kenyon
   3 Richie Hawtin
   3 Richard Louv
   3 Paul van Dyk
   3 Paula Hawkins
   3 Kurt Vonnegut
   3 Justin Broadrick
   3 John Frusciante
   3 Chaz Bundick
   3 Cal Newport
   2 Will Self
   2 Tom Peters
   2 Suzanne Ciani
   2 Stephen King
   2 Skrillex
   2 Robert Darnton
   2 Rick Riordan
   2 Philip G Zimbardo
   2 Pedro Winter
   2 Paul Oakenfold
   2 Paul Lansky
   2 Norman Ralph Augustine
   2 Nicholas Carr
   2 Moby
   2 Massad Ayoob
   2 Martin Gore
   2 Kevin B Rollins
   2 Karl Lagerfeld
   2 Jonny Greenwood
   2 Jim Butcher
   2 J G Ballard
   2 J D Robb
   2 Imogen Heap
   2 Greg Ginn
   2 Frederick Lenz
   2 Eoin Colfer
   2 Edward Snowden
   2 Edward M Hallowell
   2 Don DeLillo
   2 DJ Spooky
   2 David Sarnoff
   2 David Bowie
   2 Carlos Alomar
   2 Bjork
   2 Bill Laswell
   2 Avicii
   2 Ansel Adams
   2 Andrew Hodges
   2 Allen Weinstein

1:One by one he would conjure up the world's major electronic papers; he knew the codes of the more important ones by heart, and had no need to consult the list on the back of his pad. Switching to the display unit's short-term memory, he would hold the front page while he quickly searched the headlines and noted the items that interested him. ~ Arthur C Clarke, Arthur C Clarke, Saul Williams,

*** NEWFULLDB 2.4M ***

1:New York has an electronic heart. ~ Anais Nin,
2:For me, my life is a journey. ~ Jay Electronica,
3:I'm a huge electronic-music fan. ~ Joseph Kosinski,
4:Holy mother of all electronics... ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
5:Marvin flashed her an electronic look. ~ Douglas Adams,
6:Electronic man has no physical body. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
7:I saw myself as an electronic joy rider. ~ Kevin Mitnick,
8:I've been homeless on a few occasions. ~ Jay Electronica,
9:Electronics is clearly the winner of the day. ~ John Ford,
10:Consumer electronics is a challenging one. ~ Kevin B Rollins,
11:My pen is an artery, my heart is a fountain ~ Jay Electronica,
12:I love electronic music, and I love drum and bass. ~ Fred Durst,
13:My feet might fail me, my heart might ail me, ~ Jay Electronica,
14:It looks like a galosh with electronics in it. ~ Niels Diffrient,
15:The bar is so low in rap - mediocrity is king! ~ Jay Electronica,
16:Disconnect from anything and everything electronic. ~ Austin Kleon,
17:It’s very strange how electronic music formatted ~ Thomas Bangalter,
18:I would like to play with electronic keyboards again. ~ Andy Summers,
19:Their electronics are still back in the Stone Age. ~ Peter F Hamilton,
20:The radio is just a stereo like a house ain't a home. ~ Jay Electronica,
21:Life is just like electronic cigarette, looks like a pen but smokable. ~,
22:Protected by a security gate and an electronic keypad. You ~ Terry Hayes,
23:any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, ~ Surender Mohan Pathak,
24:I've been a fan of electronic music since the beginning. ~ Jonathan Davis,
25:There haven't been many credible electronic covers records. ~ Martin Gore,
26:Electronic music is so weird because trends change so fast. ~ Chaz Bundick,
27:The universe is listening, be careful what you say in it. ~ Jay Electronica,
28:The other puffs up so you can feel a recent electronic deposit. ~ David Rose,
29:I like a lot of electronica. I like older jazz rather than newer. ~ Greg Ginn,
30:I get most of my news updates from electronic and social media. ~ LeVar Burton,
31:Not all of my songs are electronic, they're not house or dancey. ~ Chaz Bundick,
32:Privacy is one of the biggest problems in this new electronic age. ~ Andy Grove,
33:Like people would ever want to read books on an electronic screen. ~ J A Konrath,
34:Electronic equipment replaces neither Eyes, Hands, nor Heart. ~ Wolfgang Weingart,
35:Like people would ever want to read books on an electronic screen. ~ Blake Crouch,
36:Like people would ever want to read books on an electronic screen. ~ Jack Kilborn,
37:Maybe one day there will finally be an education for electronic music. ~ Afrojack,
38:All my dreams are coming true all across the board for some reason. ~ Jay Electronica,
39:Arleigh’s van smelled like long-chain monomers and warm electronics. ~ William Gibson,
40:Content is not just king, it is the emperor of all things electronic. ~ Rupert Murdoch,
41:Kids are plugged into some sort of electronic medium 44 hours per week. ~ Richard Louv,
42:When my daughter was young, she thought all electronic signs were mine. ~ Jenny Holzer,
43:I priced my books at what I would want to spend on an electronic book. ~ Amanda Hocking,
44:Those who live by electronics, die by electronics. Sic semper tyrannis. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
45:My boots use recycled electronics and recycled plastics from the ocean. ~ Pamela Anderson,
46:I am also a drummer of sorts. I've got an electronic set sitting in my bedroom. ~ Gary Cole,
47:I still have my laptop but I haven't used it. I'm a paper man, not electronic. ~ Carlos Slim,
48:I read actual physical books and have thus far avoided the electronic lure. ~ Khaled Hosseini,
49:Electronic devices dislike me. There is never a day when something isn't ailing. ~ Dick Cavett,
50:Those who live by electronics, die by electronics. Sic semper tyrannis. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
51:A lot of the stuff I listen to is glitchy electronic stuff and stuff with beats. ~ Mark Linkous,
52:The cost of electronics in a modern car now exceeds the cost of its stall. ~ Nicholas Negroponte,
53:The electronic town hall allows for speedy communications and bad decision-making. ~ David Shenk,
54:What makes me different from everybody else just boils down to dissatisfaction. ~ Jay Electronica,
55:Anybody who trusts an electronic voting machine should have their head examined. ~ Michael Ruppert,
56:tens of thousands per month, Apple became the electronic equivalent of a gusher. ~ Brent Schlender,
57:Each of us is now electronically connected to the globe, and yet we feel utterly alone. ~ Dan Brown,
58:Electronic music right now is in its comfort zone, and it's not moving one inch. ~ Thomas Bangalter,
59:Electronics was something I could always fall back on when I needed food on the table. ~ Steve Jobs,
60:I do it live on tape with a band. It's not like I'm doing electronic music with a laptop. ~ Lykke Li,
61:I've been really excited about some new cutting edge electronic music and technology. ~ Mike Shinoda,
62:You won’t need money anymore,” he prophesied. “Everything will happen electronically.”54 ~ Anonymous,
63:I can slay a devil when I see one, Steady practice mastery of self so not to be one ~ Jay Electronica,
64:I'm training myself to go back to the way I used to record before electronic programs. ~ Chaz Bundick,
65:Fortune Town IT Mall and buy software and electronics of all sorts very, very, very cheap, ~ Ramez Naam,
66:Other teenagers got clothes and electronics for Christmas. I got my name on a hit list. ~ Laura Thalassa,
67:The human brain must continue to frame the problems for the electronic machine to solve. ~ David Sarnoff,
68:And as a nurse, I know very well the importance, for example, of electronic medical records. ~ Lois Capps,
69:Despair leads to boredom, electronic games, computer hacking, poetry and other bad habits. ~ Edward Abbey,
70:I like really sparse electronics, lush arrangements, and interesting chord structures. ~ Josh Klinghoffer,
71:The new electronic independence re-creates the world in the image of a global village. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
72:We've had the trivialization of our politics going on ever since we had electronic media. ~ Robert Scheer,
73:Underground: Tales of Hacking, Madness and Obsession from the Electronic Frontier—a ~ Daniel Domscheit Berg,
74:If you’d call it a robot,” muttered Arthur. “It’s more a sort of electronic sulking machine. ~ Douglas Adams,
75:No electronic computer can match the human brain at associating apparently irrelevant facts. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
76:Rock music is electronic music, dependent entirely on electronic circuitry and amplification. ~ John Frusciante,
77:Anything electronic seemed fundamentally magical to Shadow, and liable to evaporate at any moment. ~ Neil Gaiman,
78:Collections of books and other documents, either printed or electronic, are a form of congregation. ~ Tom Peters,
79:I’ve started thinking about pure electronic music again. Something very melodic, very aggressive. ~ Squarepusher,
80:Thanks to bad graphic design, some readers love only the electronic version of some books. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
81:I was a big fan of Middle Eastern elements of music and experimental electronic and tribal sounds. ~ Adam Lambert,
82:Computers and electronic music are not the opposite of the warm human music. It's exactly the same. ~ Bill Laswell,
83:I don't really care what music's made on - I love guitars, but I'm fine with great electronic music. ~ Johnny Marr,
84:I only discovered electronic music as a teenager and I still love the Prodigy and Massive Attack. ~ Dhani Harrison,
85:I was crazy about the song "Doot Doot," so I usually love this genre of weird, European electronic. ~ Margaret Cho,
86:It's good to see that America has a hub for electronic music in Vegas, like Europe has with Ibiza. ~ Paul Oakenfold,
87:I've discovered this new electronic technique that creates new speech out of stuff that's already there. ~ Brian Eno,
88:A “technology gap” also favors the activists, many of whom have the newest electronic gear, sources said. ~ Anonymous,
89:Electronic communication is one means by which the very idea of public life has been put to an end. ~ Richard Sennett,
90:It's good to listen to electronic music when you're stressed out because you will feel a release afterwards. ~ Seungri,
91:I'm not much into current electronic stuff, what I think of as lounge electronics, mumbling electronics. ~ Derek Bailey,
92:All in all, in-person social interaction is much better for mental health than electronic communication. ~ Jean M Twenge,
93:I'd call what I do pop music, but it's folky and electronic and it doesn't really sound like much else. ~ Ellie Goulding,
94:We come from a generation that wanted to make electronic music accepted, at a time [when] it was not. ~ Thomas Bangalter,
95:We want to invite the world to Make in India, make India as the base for manufacturing electronic goods. ~ Narendra Modi,
96:Independence has been key to the success and sustained growth of electronic music over the past 25 years. ~ Richie Hawtin,
97:Kids get caught up in technical & electronic things like games & videos when all we had were magazines. ~ Christian Hosoi,
98:The only significant effect of continuous electronic fetal monitoring was an increase in the cesarean rate. ~ Michel Odent,
99:To me, a book is a book, an electronic device is not, and love of books was the reason I started writing. ~ Elmore Leonard,
100:Analog, electronic, whatever it happens to be, I simply love and adore literally every aspect of making music. ~ John Lydon,
101:As electronic journalism came to be evaluated for its cost effectiveness, the network world began breaking up. ~ Roger Mudd,
102:Sometimes I don't know what to say; the pain never stops. The cloud never goes away, the rain never drops ~ Jay Electronica,
103:memorable entertainment package takes old-school Hollywood theory and modern electronic know-how.” Borz ~ Eric Van Lustbader,
104:Electronic music is innately tied to the technology used to create it - as the tools evolve, so will the art. ~ Richie Hawtin,
105:I combine aspects of many styles of music and create my own musical forms by way of electronic instruments. ~ John Frusciante,
106:My big problem is that I don't promote my electronic music very much because it makes my 'normal' fans angry! ~ Suzanne Ciani,
107:We are said to be irrational slaves to our whims and appetites, addicted to sex, smoking, and electronic gadgets. ~ Anonymous,
108:Life is like a dice game; one roll could land you in jail, or cuttin' cake, blowin' kisses in the rice game. ~ Jay Electronica,
109:Every medium - oral, written, print, and now electronic - has its own associated thought patterns and mind sets. ~ Dale Spender,
110:the US government had built a system that has as its goal the complete elimination of electronic privacy worldwide. ~ Anonymous,
111:A lot of people see electronic music as a flavor of the week, but it can be more than that - has to be more than that. ~ Kaskade,
112:We earn the right to communicate electronically by the time and energy we invest in communicating personally. ~ David S Pottruck,
113:We have always been thinking about different ways to perform electronic music, i.e. music made with machines. ~ Thomas Bangalter,
114:I'll listen to pretty much anything good, but I probably listen to more "electronic" music than anything else. ~ Marques Brownlee,
115:I think that electronic music mirrors the complexity of "information landscapes." You carry the terrain in your mind. ~ DJ Spooky,
116:Then what are you? An electronic Hannibal Lector? You can't eat my liver with fava beans through a modem, you know. ~ Dean Koontz,
117:electronic realities of publishing. O’Reilly Media is one example. Let’s take a look at its approach to publishing: ~ Guy Kawasaki,
118:Only six electronic digital computers would be required to satisfy the computing needs of the entire United States. ~ Howard Aiken,
119:When I started working on electronic music, that was after the rave period. I haven't even seen that part of it that much. ~ Avicii,
120:People would be surprised at how much of an electronic dude I am, and I like new wave, post-punk and proto-punk stuff. ~ Joe Trohman,
121:Somehow, when I wasn't looking, somehow because it's electronic mail, none of the basic grammar rules applied. ~ MaryJanice Davidson,
122:The agency regards itself as needing no specific justification to collect any particular electronic communication, ~ Glenn Greenwald,
123:always thought of myself as a humanities person as a kid, but I liked electronics,” he said. “Then I read something ~ Walter Isaacson,
124:I've always been obsessed with electronics and using computers and software. It's always been part of my vernacular. ~ Sufjan Stevens,
125:rooms, and being the NYPS-fucking-D, we have a whole division who gets off on going through electronics, records.” “That’s ~ J D Robb,
126:electronic haunted house in which digital ghosts and frightened human beings lived in uneasy coexistence. Still standing. ~ Stephen King,
127:Electronic music is really weird right, because it is bleeding into the mainstream, but, at the same time, it's fashion. ~ Nigel Godrich,
128:People who play conventional music are threatened by electronica and don't consider it to be as valuable as what they do. ~ Bill Laswell,
129:Students do everything on laptops these days, so I definitely think electronic books are a trend that's going to expand. ~ Steven Pinker,
130:The fax machine now allows us to exchange ideas almost in real time; it’s far more convenient than the Electronic Mail ~ Arthur C Clarke,
131:There's a basic principle about consumer electronics: it gets more powerful all the time and it gets cheaper all the time. ~ Trip Hawkins,
132:Trade on the Internet is becoming very widespread. The problem is our laws have not caught up with electronic commerce. ~ Susan Bysiewicz,
133:Don't be stupid, privacy is an illusion in today's electronic world. And i always investigate the people who interest me ~ Shannon McKenna,
134:I came from an era when we didn't use electronic instruments. The bass wasn't even amplified. The sound was the sound you got. ~ Stan Getz,
135:Somehow, magically, I've become an electronic musician, and I have a recording studio that looks like the bridge of the Enterprise. ~ Moby,
136:When the Grateful Dead needed a quality sound system to deliver our sonic payload, I learned electronics and speaker design. ~ Mickey Hart,
137:Our entire economy is built now on electronic money. It’s all faith, and if a crack appears in that faith, then what? ~ William R Forstchen,
138:This guy knows his electronics, so he took basic precautions with his personal data, but—take a hike, She-Body, this is my area. ~ J D Robb,
139:It's interesting when something new comes along, a band of dwarfs playing electronic harps or something, but I'm not searching. ~ Jimmy Page,
140:Once he’d even reprogrammed the electronic billboards in Times Square to read: ALL DA LADIES LUV LEO…accidentally, of course. ~ Rick Riordan,
141:I didn't want my music to be seen as examples of an electronic culture; I just wanted them to be thought of as pieces of music. ~ Paul Lansky,
142:I've created a bridge between European electronic culture and urban American culture, and I've worked with established brands. ~ David Guetta,
143:No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or transmitted by any electronic or mechanical means including information, ~ Shannyn Leah,
144:can thinking and feeling emerge from patterns of activity in different sorts of substrate – organic, electronic, or otherwise? ~ Andrew Hodges,
145:Nas is one of the Greatest Ever. Never has and never will need a ghostwriter. That man’s pen and legacy is without question. ~ Jay Electronica,
146:Once he'd even reprogrammed the electronic billboards in Time Square to read: ALL DA LADIES LUV LEO... accidentally, of course. ~ Rick Riordan,
147:STEPHEN WOZNIAK. The star electronics geek at Homestead High; Jobs figured out how to package and market his amazing circuit ~ Walter Isaacson,
148:What is very little understood about the electronic age is that it angelizes man, disembodies him. Turns him into software. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
149:I'd like 'Morning News' to become a great first edition electronic newspaper, so that the 'New York Times' will want to watch us. ~ Bill Kurtis,
150:I think that the audience intuitively understands the idea of sampling and remixing stories. That's why electronic music is global. ~ DJ Spooky,
151:Stick with hard copies; they’re harder to alter after publication. In the better world, there won’t be any electronics at all. ~ Erika Johansen,
152:The advent of electronically synthesized sound after World War II has unquestionably had enormous influence on music in general. ~ George Crumb,
153:It's ironic, but true, that in this age of electronic communications, personal interaction is becoming more important than ever. ~ Regis McKenna,
154:I wrote a lot of software to do various kinds of special things, and I loved the idea of composing pieces in an electronic studio. ~ Paul Lansky,
155:I can kind of envision one person with a lot of machines, tapes, and electronic set-ups...singi ng or speaking and using machines. ~ Jim Morrison,
156:Some people think electronic music is cold, but I think that has more to do with the people listening than the actual music itself. ~ Imogen Heap,
157:I'm not stuck strictly doing hip-hop. Songs from the dance/electronic scene are my favorite to make and remix, and I like that world. ~ AraabMuzik,
158:proposed External Examiner’s CV (electronic copy preferred) 3. The candidate’s abstract as it appears in the final draft of the thesis ~ Anonymous,
159:Gleichschaltung, or “coordination,” a term borrowed from electronics, meaning that all the switches are on the same circuit. ~ Benjamin Carter Hett,
160:Helm, S.(2000b).“Viral Marketing – Establishing Customer Relationships by “Word of Mouse”, in Electronic Markets, Vol. 10 (3), S.158-161 ~ Anonymous,
161:I don't remember explaining that I was making electronic music to anyone, but I don't remember anyone being curious about it, either. ~ Nicolas Jaar,
162:I had thought everyone in the electronic world would be so laid back, but there's as many cliques and prejudices as any other world. ~ Anna Meredith,
163:The great thing about the electronic music scene is that everybody can be part of it either by dancing, DJing, or organizing a party. ~ Pedro Winter,
164:You can expand, repeat, even change keys and do other things electronically to give certain elements and phrases more cohesiveness. ~ Herbie Hancock,
165:Youth has many glories, but judgement is not one of them, and no amount of electronic amplification can turn a belch into an aria. ~ Alan Jay Lerner,
166:Eight centuries on from Magna Carta, the potential to follow every last electronic trace rewrites the contract between citizen and state. ~ Anonymous,
167:Electronic music, for me, has been the only real pioneering music that actually does push boundaries and is constantly futuristic. ~ Justin Broadrick,
168:I love electronic music as much as I love something that sounds like 'Pullhair Rubeye,' or something a little bit more organic than that. ~ Avey Tare,
169:To me a lot of electronic music out there is too serious. I'm a bit fed up with DJs who take themselves too seriously and don't smile. ~ Pedro Winter,
170:Woz spent a lot of time at home reading his father’s electronics journals, and he became enthralled by stories about new computers, ~ Walter Isaacson,
171:[David] Bowie went on to make best-selling music - funk, dance music, electronic music, while also being influenced by cabaret and jazz. ~ David Bowie,
172:In the studio you have pretty much carte blanche with whatever you're doing. You can turn natural instruments into electronic instruments. ~ John Cale,
173:The future of punk rock has nothing to do with guitars. Everything interesting that I've heard in years has been nearly all electronic. ~ Geoff Rickly,
174:His paper, titled “Cramming More Components onto Integrated Circuits,” was published in the April 1965 issue of Electronics magazine. ~ Walter Isaacson,
175:They are this horrible thing where you are distorted. The chin is too big, the head is too small. No, this is electronic masturbation. ~ Karl Lagerfeld,
176:I learned electronics as a kid by messing around with old radios that were easy to tamper with because they were designed to be fixed. ~ Walter Isaacson,
177:In short, can thinking and feeling emerge from patterns of activity in different sorts of substrate – organic, electronic, or otherwise? ~ Andrew Hodges,
178:I think the fundamentals of the economy are finally in the electronic economy and they are strong are we have reason for great optimism. ~ George W Bush,
179:As long as adults still avoid open discussion on sexuality, teens will inevitably seek information on today's electronic street corner. ~ Peggy Orenstein,
180:... Most often it was Mrs. Moosup doing overtime in a trance of electronic color and simulated life, smoking cigarettes and not wondering. ~ Annie Proulx,
181:Digital content and electronic networks have changed the basic environmental conditionsin which documents are created, distributed, and used. ~ Tom Peters,
182:A world without newspapers or a world where the newspapers are purely electronic and you read them on a screen is not a very appealing world. ~ Bill Bryson,
183:What we need is an electronic encyclopedia of life, with one page for each species. On each page is given everything known about that species. ~ E O Wilson,
184:He showed me the rudiments of electronics, and I got very interested in that.” Even more interesting were the trips to scavenge for parts. ~ Walter Isaacson,
185:I always knew that I wanted to work on my own material - something that would be more long-lasting than short-lived electronic transmissions. ~ Alan Bradley,
186:No change of job, no increased income, no new home, no new electronic device, or no new spouse is going to make things better inside of you. ~ Matt Chandler,
187:I'd learned enough about circuitry in high school electronics to know how to drive a TV and get it to draw - shapes of characters and things. ~ Steve Wozniak,
188:If Pac-Man had affected us as kids, we'd all be running around in dark rooms, munching pills and listening to repetitive electronic music. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
189:I like meatloaf.” Micah tried not to stare at her now that he knew it bothered her. “You terrify meatloaf,” a new voice said, this one electronic. ~ Anonymous,
190:finally decided on Integrated Electronics Corp. That wasn’t very thrilling, either, but it had the virtue that it could be abridged—as Intel. ~ Walter Isaacson,
191:Huck Finn. Loss of identity drives people to nostalgia. Electronic man has no physical body, so he [Jimmy Carter] puts nostalgia in its place. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
192:I'm not sure if music got a future. We have all these electronic ways to download and steal music and get music, but there's no money in makin' music. ~ Ice Cube,
193:So much depends, of course, on what the individual hears when he gives himself over to the electronic tides breaking on the shore of his Seashell. ~ Ray Bradbury,
194:We have put over £2bn in the last three years into counter-terrorism and we are developing the electronic border surveillance and identity cards ~ David Blunkett,
195:Gray’s Electronics and Records had a display in the window, a fake fireplace with a flashing jukebox where the flames would have been. On the record ~ Ravi Howard,
196:I think we're just going to have to live with the microcosm in the electronic world of the kind of things that we might see in the physical world. ~ Robert E Kahn,
197:...shutdown your electronic hallucinations. Turn off Facebook, don't put anything in your ears, throw out your TV. I don't Tweet. You have to read! ~ Chris Hedges,
198:As for the age of electronics, Selena, I really don't want to get personal with something that comes with a warning label and batteries. (Grace) ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
199:If anything, a lot of electronic music is music that no one listens to at home, hardly. It's really only to be heard when everyone's out enjoying it. ~ David Byrne,
200:The future of commerce is going to be all electronic. The gold standard was a fine idea, but electronic changes of funds and credits will be the future. ~ Bill Nye,
201:Ussachevsky was well-known for opposing the keyboard. The standard keyboard just did not fit with his conception of how electronic music should be made ~ Anonymous,
202:inexperienced Rat Packer who constantly sidled up to the boat, was laden with so much electronic gear that he came to be known as Radio Shack. The lone ~ Susan Casey,
203:I would like you to respect me” isn’t as good as, “I would like you to turn off your electronic devices at dinner so we can just talk to each other. ~ John M Gottman,
204:Develop your own skills and styles. In music, designing, electronics, etc., you may have a peculiar way of exposing your dreams in an uncommon way ~ Israelmore Ayivor,
205:I'm still as fascinated with the music business as ever. I'd love to do an electronic album like Prodigy or Underworld. I really like that sort of music. ~ Elton John,
206:In our benighted age, when films about amusement park rides and electronic fidgets scoop the honours, perhaps Hollywood redux is the best we can hope for. ~ Will Self,
207:It is the element I miss in electronic music - no performance, no loving immersion. Maybe that is why I was never particularly drawn to electronic music. ~ Lukas Foss,
208:How much better life must have been for jealous drunks before emails and texts and mobile phones, before all this electronica and the traces it leaves. ~ Paula Hawkins,
209:Your eyes are not really windows through which you look out into the world. Your eyes are cameras that send electronic images of the world into you. ~ Michael A Singer,
210:My work has taken me from historical research to involvement in electronic publishing ventures to the directorship of the Harvard University Libraries. ~ Robert Darnton,
211:The Japanese, implementing a complex, long-term, and ultimately successful strategy to dominate the U S consumer-electronics market, attacked Pearl Harbor. ~ Dave Barry,
212:Don't let a busy life or electronic communication gadgets be your excuse for excess solitude - it's a talent, but a rare one, to make yourself laugh. ~ Mireille Guiliano,
213:On my return to Pittsburgh, I resolved to go back to the fundamental problems of electronic structure that I had contemplated abstractly many years earlier. ~ John Pople,
214:The rules of software are the same today as they were in 1946, when Alan Turing wrote the very first code that would execute in an electronic computer. ~ Robert C Martin,
215:If people like electronic music, then great - let that be the next thing. I don't think I ever really will, but there's plenty of records for me to go buy. ~ Doug Martsch,
216:You can already download any of the religious texts onto electronic mechanisms like a Kindle. But I think many people prefer to hold a book in their hands. ~ Jimmy Carter,
217:It's all about synthesis, you don't have to be a real musician. You just synthesize your own reality, synthesize your own talents. Welcome to the electronic age. ~ Klayton,
218:The post office is raising the price of stamps again. I heard that and said to myself, 'If only there was an inexpensive electronic way of communicating.' ~ David Letterman,
219:We see portability in electronics being a continuing requirement, higher functionality, better battery life, requiring lower power for the actual electronics. ~ David Milne,
220:How much better life must have been for jealous drunks before emails and texts and mobile phones, before all this electronica and the traces it leaves. There ~ Paula Hawkins,
221:We can land men on the moon, but, for all our mechanical and electronic wizardry, we cannot reproduce an artificial fore-finger that can feel as well as beckon. ~ John Napier,
222:It was a red Moleskine—made of neither mole nor skin, but nonetheless the preferred journal of my associates who felt the need to journal in non-electronic form. ~ Rachel Cohn,
223:I've had training in electronics engineering, of all things, and in languages. But I've never taken any degree, something I share with Lewis Mumford, I think. ~ Murray Bookchin,
224:There is a young and impressionable mind out there that is hungry for information. It has latched on to an electronic tube as its main source of nourishment. ~ Joan Ganz Cooney,
225:The United States, like any great power, is always going to have an intelligence operation, and some electronic surveillance is obligatory in the modern world. ~ Jeffrey Toobin,
226:Based on something called a 'ping,' where you literally ping a cell phone using an electronic signal that then reflects the location of where that cell phone is. ~ Jeanine Pirro,
227:Islamic Jihad. Burdened with two heavy cases filled with electronic gear, he greeted Sarah with an unambiguously frigid kiss. Eli Lavon would later describe it as ~ Daniel Silva,
228:I think what electronic culture permits is incredible diversity, and what the print-created world demanded and created was tremendous suppression of diversity. ~ Terence McKenna,
229:Sorry, listeners. I need to go make sure she’s all right. I take you now to the sound of a human stomach digesting, heavily amplified and electronically distorted. ~ Joseph Fink,
230:Tantric Buddhism is just a collection of things that work by doing them. And sometimes we add new things. We have electronic music; we did not have it in Tibet. ~ Frederick Lenz,
231:To use an electronics analogy, closing a book on a bookmark is like pressing the Stop button, whereas when you leave the book facedown, you've only pressed Pause. ~ Anne Fadiman,
232:Ele chamou Gordon Moore e fundaram uma empresa que se tornou conhecida como Integrated Electronics Corporation, que eles inteligentemente abreviaram para Intel. ~ Walter Isaacson,
233:It is a curious thing that the more the world shrinks because of electronic communications, the more limitless becomes the province of the storytelling entertainer. ~ Walt Disney,
234:The world is beset by many problems, but in my opinion, this hijacking of our brain's reward centers by electronic media is potentially one of the most destructive. ~ Andrew Weil,
235:A lot of the work in United States is highly critical of technology. I'm using 15,000 watts of power and 18 different pieces of electronic equipment to say that. ~ Laurie Anderson,
236:In this electronic age we see ourselves being translated more and more into the form of information, moving toward the technological extension of consciousness. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
237:The juxtaposition highlighted the shift from the interests of his father’s generation. “Mr. McCollum felt that electronics class was the new auto shop.” McCollum ~ Walter Isaacson,
238:The phone rang again almost the instant I put it down, making me jump. I peered at it. I don’t trust electronics. Anything manufactured after the forties is suspect— ~ Jim Butcher,
239:When he came to his senses, he was aware that a large number of telephones were singing their little electronic songs. Including his. The birth cry of a new age. ~ Neal Stephenson,
240:I find it so amazing when people tell me that electronic music has no soul. You can't blame the computer. If there's no soul in the music, it's because nobody put it there. ~ Bjork,
241:One of the most important improvements in the No Child Left Behind Act for migrant students was the requirement for electronic transfer of migrant student records. ~ Ruben Hinojosa,
242:never before has it been so easy to stay in touch with so many people electronically, but rarely has it seemed so difficult to maintain genuine human closeness. ~ Edward M Hallowell,
243:What we believe is going to be very important is the delivery of traditional software and services and hardware over the Net. That's a form of electronic marketplace. ~ Lou Gerstner,
244:You can involve yourself in electronics, computers, puzzles... there's a lot of creativity and brain working. There's a lot to model trains that people don't realize. ~ Gary Coleman,
245:I wouldn't encourage new writers to start off publishing through electronic media... it still isn't wide enough for the readership they would need to get a good start ~ Anne McCaffrey,
246:To learn more about science, turn off your electronic device and go outside and look around a bit. Nature is calling you. Go on. The internet will still be here. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
247:Well, take the evolution of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. It began as hackers' rights. Then it became general civil liberties of everybody - government stay away. ~ Esther Dyson,
248:What sort of personality does one need to have, as a twenty-first-century mechanic, to tolerate the layers of electronic bullshit that get piled on top of machines? ~ Matthew Crawford,
249:When he came to his senses, he was aware that a large number of telephones were singing their little electronic songs. Including his. The birth cry of a new age. IVY ~ Neal Stephenson,
250:People from the rock and roll world have felt for years that electronic music had no soul, but now electronic music can not only have soul but have all the shapes in the world. ~ Bjork,
251:Each year the world Rich lived in felt more and more like a huge electronic haunted house in which digital ghosts and frightened human beings lived in uneasy coexistence. ~ Stephen King,
252:Mackie is an electronics recording company backing me, and they're willing to invest giving equipment to schools that I choose, and they've already started doing that. ~ Meredith Brooks,
253:The condition of matter I have dignified by the term Electronic, THE ELECTRONIC STATE. What do you think of that? Am I not a bold man, ignorant as I am, to coin words? ~ Michael Faraday,
254:The Kindle is the most successful electronic book-reading tablet so far, but that's not saying much; Silicon Valley is littered with the corpses of e-book reader projects. ~ David Pogue,
255:There are probably brilliant people, geniuses, alive today who don't even know how to say, "Hello, how do you do?" because their minds are absorbed with electronic images. ~ Beth Henley,
256:The software is the strength of the electronic tribe because it's networking. It's creating oneness. It's creating tributaries that link together into a singular river. ~ Frederick Lenz,
257:Though I carry enough electronics to get nervous in a lightning storm, I love paper and I always have a Moleskine journal with me to capture notes, conversations and ideas. ~ Paul Saffo,
258:What sort of personality does one need to have, as a twenty-first-century mechanic, to tolerate the layers of electronic bullshit that get piled on top of machines? ~ Matthew B Crawford,
259:An angry electronic twang came from the Artoo unit. “Don’t call me a mindless philosopher,” Threepio snapped back, “you overweight, unstreamlined glob of grease!” Threepio ~ George Lucas,
260:Being an electronic genius was a reputation I had, maybe being even into math and science almost exclusively and not wanting to be in the other normal parts of the world. ~ Steve Wozniak,
261:Learn how a 3D printer works. Get inspired. Make your own stuff. It is a wonderful time to be innovative. Connect things together. If youre into electronics, get an Arduino. ~ Bre Pettis,
262:The modern computer with all its various gadgets and wonderful electronic facilities now makes it possible to preserve and reinvigorate all the cultural richness of mankind. ~ Alan Lomax,
263:Undoubtedly, the best way for a consumer to have a good time in the 2010s was to turn to Korean products: for a car, Kia and Hyundai; for electronics, LG and Samsung. ~ Michel Houellebecq,
264:As our country increasingly relies on electronic information storage and communication, it is imperative that our Government amend our information security laws accordingly. ~ Jo Ann Davis,
265:Thank you to BBC6 Music and Something Else for the opportunity to broadcast my corner of electronic and alternative music across the airwaves for the last 6 years. #‎ RIP6MIX ~ Erol Alkan,
266:The word, in the end, is the only system of encoding thoughts—the only medium—that is not fungible, that refuses to dissolve in the devouring torrent of electronic media. ~ Neal Stephenson,
267:We should not see print and electronic literature as in competition, but rather in conversation. The more voices that join in, the richer the dialogue is likely to be. ~ N Katherine Hayles,
268:When it came time to find employment, I set my sights on becoming an engineer at a home electronics manufacturer, a field that was closely related to my major at university. ~ Koichi Tanaka,
269:When Kessel asked Bezos what his deadline was on developing the company’s first piece of hardware, an electronic reading device, Bezos told him, “You are basically already late. ~ Brad Stone,
270:At 13, I realized that I could fix anything electronic. It was amazing, I could just do it. I started a business repairing radios. It grew to be one of the largest in Philadelphia. ~ Amar Bose,
271:In 1948, television was introduced, and millions and millions of people lead larval, low-awareness, warehoused lives mainlining an electronic drug straight into their brains. ~ Terence McKenna,
272:I suppose subconsciously I was thinking in terms of having the scale of it matching the scale of the images. Hence the sort of string quartet, jazz band and electronic stuff. ~ Jonny Greenwood,
273:We always get back to old soul singers like Nina Simone, and how her recordings sound. Also new music like Tobacco, or people that use a mixture of analog and electronic music. ~ Jose Gonzalez,
274:When we started making electronic music I imagined that the reaction we got from the rock musicians must have been similar to the one the beat groups got from people like my dad. ~ Trevor Horn,
275:With technology expanding at this ridiculous pace, bit by bit we're losing our humanity and our ability to connect with each other without having electronic media in the middle. ~ Walter Trout,
276:Young people know they are being betrayed by he mass electronic media. It caricatures them, caricatures others. It is not really about them though it targets them as consumers. ~ Adrienne Rich,
277:A stock is not just a ticker symbol or an electronic blip; it is an ownership interest in an actual business, with an underlying value that does not depend on its share price. ~ Benjamin Graham,
278:Electronic calculators can solve problems which the man who made them cannot solve; but no government-subsidized commission of engineers and physicists could create a worm. ~ Joseph Wood Krutch,
279:What I like about electronic music is you don't really need to be that learned or educated in any particular context. You can just make sound, noise even, whatever it may be. ~ Justin Broadrick,
280:I see things in the middle of the night. I draw them on paper and I don't even think about it. I'm like a machine in a way - just made of some electronic stuff. Vaguely digital. ~ Karl Lagerfeld,
281:Electronic distribution is more of a fall-back strategy for putting out a book that isn't deemed profitable enough to print. You hardly make any money publishing an electronic book. ~ Rudy Rucker,
282:I can't say that electronic gear is restrictive. I think it is a challenge to play with electronic gear, and I regularly [perform] concerts with guys who are processing sound. ~ Volker Bertelmann,
283:A first hint of the power of the electronic media to bring disaster directly into living rooms came with the radio broadcast of the explosion of the zeppelin "Hindenburg," in 1937 . . . ~ R W Apple,
284:Maybe she just needed out. Out of Caldwell. Out of the CCJ. Out of the electronic family of her alarm clock and the phone on her desk and the TV that kept her dreams away while she slept. ~ J R Ward,
285:She was shining a light on us, she was coming into being, endlessly being formed and reformed as the muscles in her face worked at smiling and speaking, as the electronic dots swarmed. ~ Don DeLillo,
286:The woman's body bounced from wall to wall like a winning pinball. There were no electronic harmonies for high score. Just her thick pleas of sorry with no pity in reply. Just savagery. ~ Frank Bill,
287:be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without express ~ Bobby Adair,
288:He [Steve Jobs] had come from the surplus electronics parts world.So he came from that world, and he said let's sell PC boards for $40. We'll build them for $20 and sell them for $40. ~ Steve Wozniak,
289:I don't want to be typecast as the 'ambient guy' or someone who only does electronic scores. I think most of the work that comes my way is because people feel they know me musically. ~ Cliff Martinez,
290:That's what my music... I'm working on a solo record right now, it's gonna be more hip-hop than anything, like electronic hip-hop, futuristic hip-hop. I'm probably gonna be rapping on it. ~ Alan Vega,
291:I spent most of the year in the studio for electronic music at a radio station in Cologne or in other studios where I produced new works with all kinds of electronic apparatus. ~ Karlheinz Stockhausen,
292:It's the bane of both the news and sports businesses, both electronic and print - 'You heard it here first!' Who cares? That's nothing but a vanity play. If it's not right, it's garbage. ~ Al Michaels,
293:Left turn in four. Hundred. Feet."
An invisible electronic woman navigates us toward the highway from the distant planet Monotone, where everyone is tranquil and directionally adept, ~ Sarah Ockler,
294:The most important thing about a TV set is to get it back against something and not out in the middle of a room where it's like a somber fellow making electronic judgments on you. ~ Bruce Jay Friedman,
295:Working in an office with an array of electronic devices is like trying to get something done at home with half a dozen small children around. The calls for attention are constant. ~ Marilyn vos Savant,
296:All the electronic devices are weakening the social bonds. Sociologists and psychologists should study this serious threat instead of repeating that communication is the cement of society. ~ Mario Bunge,
297:Electronic music used pure sounds, completely calibrated. You had to think digitally, as it were, in a way that allowed you to extend serial ideas into other parameters through technology. ~ Luc Ferrari,
298:Law Number XIV: After the year 2015, there will be no airplane crashes. There will be no takeoffs either, because electronics will occupy 100 percent of every airplane's weight. ~ Norman Ralph Augustine,
299:Sure, they all have iPods, smartphones, whatever. Generally speaking, it’s in our own best interest to keep some kind of electronic device in their hands. Otherwise they might talk to us. ~ Lisa Gardner,
300:Techniques such as genetic engineering, psychoactive drugs and electronic control of the brain make possible a transformation of the species into docile, fully-obedient, 'safe' organisms. ~ William Sims,
301:Folks began to sit down along the curb, leaning against the odd assortment of old vehicles folks had retrofitted to function again after the EMP burst had blown out the electronics. ~ William R Forstchen,
302:I just got exposed to electronica, and I really liked it. I am also good with alternative rock. I like Lana Del Rey, Adele, Dido, Jack Johnson, and I love the Beatles and the Beach Boys. ~ Anushka Sharma,
303:I’ve been talking about how electronic books will come, and how important they will be, and all of a sudden Stephen King publishes one. I feel a complete idiot, as it should have been me. ~ Douglas Adams,
304:The technology is good and it's bad. You know what you're dealing with out there musically, but my head stops at this electronic stuff. I don't quite know what I'm dealing with out there yet. ~ Paul Anka,
305:Underground electronic music is art - fundamentally it's based on contemporary art, culture, dance, and real music. If you look at EDM, how many of those cultural standpoints are the same? ~ Seth Troxler,
306:We live in a time of instant everything, courtesy of the electronic highway. It creates a community of toddlers. When they don't get immediate gratification, they get petulant and sulky. ~ Faye Kellerman,
307:ENIAC (electronic numerical integrator and calculator) developed by John Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, soon followed. ~ Anonymous,
308:I've never been really interested in music, classical or otherwise, where the craft is more important than the result. I realized quickly that I'd never be a technical electronic musician. ~ Anna Meredith,
309:three hours of this time (202 minutes) is spent entirely focused on electronic media. Only fifty-two minutes—or 7 percent of the day—is spent reading books and other printed media. The ~ Philip G Zimbardo,
310:I've got my own studio, and I've got four- to five-hundred unreleased tracks. I've got stuff that's electronic, orchestral, jazz, I've got rock, I've got metal, you know, I don't have polka. ~ Serj Tankian,
311:I like shelves full of books in a library, but if all books become electronic, the task of big research libraries remains the same - keep what's published in the form in which it appeared. ~ Nicholson Baker,
312:I am sure the next step will be the electronic image, and I hope I shall live to see it. I trust that the creative eye will continue to function, whatever technological innovations may develop. ~ Ansel Adams,
313:I turn on the radio now and I don't have anything against a lot of sequenced and programmed and electronic music, a lot of it is dope and it's the future. It's what popular music has evolved to. ~ Eric Benet,
314:The other is Shenzhen, the southern city most known for electronics manufacturing—it is the location of the largest Foxconn factory, where iPhones and iPads, among other devices, are assembled. ~ Clay Shirky,
315:There may be a jump on electronic LSD with virtual reality, and the problem just with saying LSD, enough time has gone by that there is no distinction between psychedelics and other drugs. ~ Howard Rheingold,
316:There's not a single business model, and there's not a single type of electronic content. There are really a lot of opportunities and a lot of options and we just have to discover all of them. ~ Tim O Reilly,
317:Far from hyperbole, that is the literal, explicitly stated aim of the surveillance state: to collect, store, monitor, and analyze all electronic communication by all people around the globe. ~ Glenn Greenwald,
318:I found out the way everyone seems to find out these days: an electronic slip. Sometimes it’s a text or a voice mail message; in my case it was an email, the modern-day lipstick on the collar. ~ Paula Hawkins,
319:Paintings are not like the Internet. They're not like movies. They're not electronic-friendly. You have to go see them. You have to stand in front of them. That's the great thing about them. ~ Julian Schnabel,
320:It seems that every generation needs its public, tweedy, literary personality to sell its consumer electronics. To whatever degree I can live up to the Plimptonian legacy, I am humble and proud. ~ John Hodgman,
321:I would like to promote the concept of a partnership of insurance companies, physicians and hospitals in deploying a basic framework for an electronic medical records system that is affordable. ~ Samuel Wilson,
322:The good thing, really, is that electronic music started as a fringe subculture, and now it's the biggest youth culture in the world. People pretty much everywhere go crazy for electronic music. ~ Paul van Dyk,
323:Behind all the hype shaping the electronic highway are corporate interests. These huge companies are doing the most natural thing in the world to them; following their own corporate interest. ~ Herbert Schiller,
324:I never thought electronic music would get as popular in America as it has. When I first came to Vegas in 2009 for my residency - we were they only people playing electronic music at that time. ~ Paul Oakenfold,
325:techno boy -- seventeen years old. junior. red car. works at a restaurant. it hurts when he smiles. dandruff. computers, electronic music. seeking a girl that won't eat his heart with a steak knife. ~ Zoe Trope,
326:This was Miami, after all. People come home every day to find their TVs gone, their jewelry and electronics all taken away; their space violated, their possessions rifled, and their dog pregnant. ~ Jeff Lindsay,
327:We live in a world of increasing dependence on electronic records and retrieval, unprecedented security and preservation concerns, and insufficient attention to civic and democratic education. ~ Allen Weinstein,
328:Guvernul trebuia să se ocupe de cerințele fundamentale, iar cetățenii lucrau ca să-și cumpere produsele de lux dorite, care erau achitate fie cu bani peșin, fie prin transfer de credit electronic. ~ Joe Haldeman,
329:I think it’s very comforting for people to put me in a box. ‘Oh, she’s a fluffy girlie girl who likes clothes and cupcakes. Oh, but wait, she is spending her weekends doing hardware electronics.’ ~ Marissa Mayer,
330:In theory, solar storm activity could act like an EMP, damaging electronic equipment and causing power surges. And we’ve just experienced the solar storm to end all solar storms.”, FADE by Kailin Gow ~ Kailin Gow,
331:It's hard to sing really well when you're playing an instrument, but it'd be great to try and sing really well and have vocal effects and one drummer on a real drum-kit, and one on an electronic kit. ~ Jay Watson,
332:I worry about being a fogy and just writing for orchestras. Like, really, I should be doing more electronic stuff, I feel. Laptops as part of the orchestra, and installation sound, and speakers. ~ Jonny Greenwood,
333:One of Steve Wozniak’s first memories was going to his father’s workplace on a weekend and being shown electronic parts, with his dad “putting them on a table with me so I got to play with them. ~ Walter Isaacson,
334:Then they took us to the birthing suite, which I call the electronic bullshit room because it's full of all sorts of electronic bullshit we can't fathom but are just glad to have on principle. ~ Suzanne Finnamore,
335:When you use any kind of internet based capability, any kind of electronic capability, to cause damage to a private entity or a foreign nation or a foreign actor, these are potential acts of war. ~ Edward Snowden,
336:A lot of the ways of advertising a book - the cover, whether somebody sees it on a subway or sees it in a bookstore - those things are going to rapidly diminish as we move to an electronic model. ~ Gary Shteyngart,
337:I just love crafting and shaping sounds. Actually, many of the sounds that I work with start off as organic instruments - guitar, piano, clarinet, etc. But I do love the rigidity of electronic drums. ~ Imogen Heap,
338:My reading practice is one reason I mostly don't read electronically. Different books are in different rooms of my house, and one is in my backpack. Physical location tells me what book to read. ~ Jordan Ellenberg,
339:The electronic image is not fixed to any material base and, like our DNA, it has become a code that can circulate to any container that will hold it, defying death as it travels at the speed of light. ~ Bill Viola,
340:Electronic music lends itself to an abstract way of storytelling, so it keeps evolving. Theres a whole movement truly driving music further and there is no other music innovating as much as film music ~ Hans Zimmer,
341:She produced a lozenge-shaped electronic key from her suit pocket and inserted it horizontally, just so, into the slot of the door bearing the number <728>. It unlocked with a click. Smooth. ~ Haruki Murakami,
342:The Germans are clear about what they do - cars and machine tools; the Japanese are clear about what they do - electronics; the Chinese are clear about what they do - they're the workshop of the world. ~ Evan Davis,
343:Taken in its entirety, the Snowden archive led to an ultimately simple conclusion: the US government had built a system that has as its goal the complete elimination of electronic privacy worldwide. ~ Glenn Greenwald,
344:The first time I was homeless was when I went to Atlanta. I was in a homeless shelter, then when I got a job I used to miss the curfew for the shelter. So I ended up sleeping outside in the streets. ~ Jay Electronica,
345:Every year the progress of advanced capitalist society makes our population consist of more and more isolates. This is because of the infrastructure of the economy, especially electronic communications. ~ Mary Douglas,
346:Miniaturization of electronics started by NASA's push became an entire consumer products industry. Now we're carrying the complete works of Beethoven on a lapel pin listening to it in headphones. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
347:I'm always interested in very, very futuristic music and bridging the gap between the physicality of organic guitar music and trying to translate that into something electronic is really fascinating. ~ Justin Broadrick,
348:Ford handed the book to Arthur. “What is it?” asked Arthur. “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. It’s a sort of electronic book. It tells you everything you need to know about anything. That’s its job. ~ Douglas Adams,
349:The poetry I love is written with someone's voice and I believe its proper culmination is to be read with someone's voice. And the human voice in that sense is not electronically reproduced or amplified. ~ Robert Pinsky,
350:During the period of house arrest, I had an electronic manacle around my leg for 24 hours a day, and for someone who has tried to give others liberty all their adult life, that is absolutely intolerable. ~ Julian Assange,
351:I bet," said Mulch, "that you would set the world on fire just to watch it burn." Opal tapped the suggestion into a small electronic notepad on her pocket computer. Thanks for that. Now, tell me everything. ~ Eoin Colfer,
352:In the Federal Government, electronic records are as indispensable as their paper counterparts for documenting citizens' rights, the actions for which officials are accountable, and the nation's history. ~ Allen Weinstein,
353:I've always enjoyed dancing and going clubbing. I've always been interested in electronic music. I would love more than anything to see my music mutate into something that would be played in clubs. For sure. ~ KT Tunstall,
354:The human race has always defined itself through narration. That isn't going to change just because we've gone electronic. What is changing is that now we're allowing corporations to tell our stories for us. ~ Tom Robbins,
355:Between preparation, approvals, postage, and the costs of dealing with occasional fraud, a business has to spend $5 to $25 to issue a paper check, compared with $1 to $2 for the same payment made electronically, ~ Anonymous,
356:By the end of this decade, computers will disappear as distinct physical objects, with displays built in our eyeglasses, and electronics woven in our clothing, providing full-immersion visual virtual reality. ~ Ray Kurzweil,
357:For a moment I was disoriented, seized by panic; could a ghost embody itself through wavelengths, electronic dots, a picture tube? What are the dead, anyway, but waves and energy? Light shining from a dead star? ~ Donna Tartt,
358:In the '60s my friends were interested and we were hearing electronic music coming in on community radio from Europe, so that's where it started. And I had a tape recorder and started making things with it. ~ Pauline Oliveros,
359:This was the eloquence of alphabets and numeric systems, now fully realized in electronic form, in the zero-oneness of the world, the digital imperative that defined every breath of the planet's living billions. ~ Don DeLillo,
360:I bet," said Mulch, "that you would set the world on fire just to watch it burn."
Opal tapped the suggestion into a small electronic notepad on her pocket computer.
Thanks for that. Now, tell me everything. ~ Eoin Colfer,
361:I don’t trust electronics. Anything manufactured after the forties is suspect—and doesn’t seem to have much liking for me. You name it: cars, radios, telephones, TVs, VCRs—none of them seem to behave well for me. ~ Jim Butcher,
362:the true birth of the digital age, the era in which electronic devices became embedded in every aspect of our lives, occurred in Murray Hill, New Jersey, shortly after lunchtime on Tuesday, December 16, 1947. ~ Walter Isaacson,
363:I'm a very optimistic person. I have the chance to listen to so much phenomenal music. Connecting with social networking to create music is a progression of what electronic music does anyway - it connects people. ~ Paul van Dyk,
364:It's cheaper to put an entire microprocessor in your car key, microwave, or cell phone than it is to put in discrete chips and electronic components. Thus, a new technical economy drives the design of the product. ~ Alan Cooper,
365:One survey that I saw that was published I think in Variety or Electronic Media within the last three weeks says that now the average hour of radio in the United States has 18 minutes of commercials. ~ Robert Waterman McChesney,
366:Television, introduced at the close of World War II, has become a form of electronic heroin, and it isn't even your trip. They don't even let you go on your own trip, you get a trip designed by Madison Avenue. ~ Terence McKenna,
367:those who looked at the pictures of cars, electronics, and jewelry rated themselves higher in depression and anxiety, less interested in social activities like parties, and more in solitary pursuits than the others. ~ Anonymous,
368:It's very easy to not know the stuff that you should know about the patient when you're seeing them. It's much easier with an electronic system to find them, because it's all right there and it should be current. ~ William Davis,
369:Persons with Disability (PWD), Ex-Serviceman (XSM), Kashmiri Migrant (KM). Please refer to the Norms for the same. There are 394 vacancies for the above position (200 Electronics, 120 Mechanical, 57 Computer Science, ~ Anonymous,
370:Television [is] a high-impact medium. It does some things no other force can do-transmitting electronic pictures through the air. Still, as an explored, comprehensive medium, it is not a substitute for print. ~ Walter Cronkite,
371:We are telling our kids that nature is in the past and it probably doesn't count anymore, the future is in electronics, the boogeyman is in the woods, and playing outdoors is probably illicit and possibly illegal. ~ Richard Louv,
372:Doormen are kind of invisible, people don't know their names. They just say, Thank you, or Good morning. I'd never thought about doormen before. They're a vanishing breed. More electronic doors are being introduced. ~ Bob Newhart,
373:From early on, when synthesizers were first introduced into music, I liked the idea that you could get a big sound with them - electronic, but like an orchestra. And I could play it all myself. That was exciting. ~ John Carpenter,
374:Law Number XLIV: Aircraft flight in the 21st century will always be in a westerly direction, preferably supersonic, crossing time zones to provide the additional hours needed to fix the broken electronics. ~ Norman Ralph Augustine,
375:I think the focus of the media changes. At the moment the more electronic stuff like trip-hop was the flavor of the month, just a little while ago. It all depends on the angle, from which point of view you see it. ~ Stephen Malkmus,
376:the months leading up to the start of his visionary company, Steve Jobs was something of a conflicted young man, seeking spiritual enlightenment and dabbling in electronics only when it promised to earn him quick cash. ~ Cal Newport,
377:I dare suggest that the composer would do himself and his music an immediate and eventual service by total, resolute and voluntary withdrawal from this public world to one of private performance and electronic media. ~ Milton Babbitt,
378:If I can get that DAM trio back together again - "get the band back together" - and put on a concert of David Bowie's electronic music, that's the way I want to remember David, moving forward into the future of music. ~ Carlos Alomar,
379:I've always been interested in electronica, techno, trip-hop, that kind of music. The thing that bothered me about a lot of that music, though, was it seemed devoid of emotion. There wasn't a lot that felt personal. ~ Madonna Ciccone,
380:Go where your customers take you! For example, did you know that Sony's first product was a rice cooker? Since abandoning the rice cooker, it has merely managed to become the world's biggest consumer electronics company. ~ Naveen Jain,
381:The enthusiasm that characterizes our time is, unlike current events, hopeful and, like all enthusiasms, playful. The energy that flashes through our electronics has leapt into most of our bloodstreams and brains. ~ Edward M Hallowell,
382:was not a coincidence that the two men who had the greatest impact on the shape of today’s personal computer were among the earliest to fully comprehend the impact of the exponential scaling of microelectronic circuits. ~ John Markoff,
383:What I'm driving at is let's not lose sight in our excitement of the democratization of the media that some things are bad, false and ugly - and no amount of electronic gloss will make them true, beautiful and accurate. ~ Harold Evans,
384:When it comes to electronic music, I started listening to a lot of Daft Punk, way before I knew what house music was, and then progressed into a lot of Steve Angello, Eric Prydz, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Laidback Luke. ~ Avicii,
385:As we have all said, we understand that electronic surveillance is a vital tool in the war on terror. We all want to know when Osama bin Laden is calling: when he is calling, who he is calling, and what he is saying. ~ Chris Van Hollen,
386:If I'm feeling confident, then I write confident, happy, or assured music. I can hear some early electronic sketches I did where I'm clearly not confident and everything's a bit mid-range, nothing really pushes through. ~ Anna Meredith,
387:Zane sat on a stool behind the salvaged countertop that graced one side of the first floor of Brick & Mortar Books. He rested his head in one palm, using the other hand to flip the electronic pages on his tablet. The ~ Abigail Roux,
388:As our various electronic devices gain more and more sensory awareness, we open up the potential for entirely new forms of interaction. Not just new interfaces - tapping and shaking and whatnot - but a shift in presence. ~ Jamais Cascio,
389:I think a smart guy can learn. Some guys learn - it's just like all of us - some guys can learn electronics, some of us can't. Some people can learn something else, some of us can't. I mean, we're all wired differently. ~ Bill Belichick,
390:As the warrant says, I’ll be taking all patient files and billing records.” She crossed her arms. “I’ll help you with the files, but billing records aren’t kept here. Doc had a local gal do all the billing electronically, ~ Lynette Eason,
391:I need to do a concert to celebrate David Bowie's electronic music. And in so doing, I'm not taking a step back, I'm taking a step forward and presenting it in its entirety so people can understand this type of visionary. ~ Carlos Alomar,
392:It’s always this thing where we’re constantly waiting for something that will come in electronic music that says, ‘Daft Punk sucks!’ That’s actually much more interesting and exciting than someone who is paying homage. ~ Thomas Bangalter,
393:WHETHER IT’S A STORE DEFENSE GUN, A HOME DEFENSE GUN, OR A CONCEALED CARRY GUN, IT’S A PIECE OF EMERGENCY, LIFE-SAVING RESCUE EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY ANALOGOUS TO THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER OR THE AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC DEFIBRILLATOR. ~ Massad Ayoob,
394:After an attack with weapons of mass destruction by a terrorist group or a terrorist nation, the next major threat to our existence is the violent decay of our civilization due to violence-enabling in the electronic media. ~ Dave Grossman,
395:The electronic media introduced this idea to the larger audience very, very quickly. We spent years and years and years meeting with activists all over Europe to lay the groundwork for a political response, as we did here. ~ Jeremy Rifkin,
396:The sensory ratios that are being reinforced by the new electronic technology are like the sensory ratios that were in place fifteen thousand years ago. . . . Print imposes a condition on human mind which is now lifting. ~ Terence McKenna,
397:There’s no denying the benefits of the Internet. But electronic immersion, without a force to balance it, creates the hole in the boat — draining our ability to pay attention, to think clearly, to be productive and creative. ~ Richard Louv,
398:I don't think my vocals demand effects. I like reverb to a certain extent, but I don't want to hide my voice. I like stripped-down vocals, but I also like crazy, powerful, doubled vocals like in dance or electronic music. ~ Victoria Legrand,
399:I’ve just had an amusing flashback. All these creatures going in the same direction—they look like the commuters who used to surge back and forth twice a day between home and office, before electronics made it unnecessary. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
400:There's no question that ghosts exist. The big question for me is whether ghosts are simply electronic imprints left in the walls or the atmosphere of places, or whether they do actually represent something from the afterlife. ~ Peter James,
401:When I use electronic beats and program things, there's something quite brain about that - you're feeling it in your body but it's like a puzzle you wanna solve, and it gets very detailed. I really enjoy that side of music. ~ Bat for Lashes,
402:Recite to yourself some of the traditional attributes of the word 'spiritual': mythic, magical, ethereal, incorporeal, intangible, nonmaterial, disembodied, ideal, platonic. Is that not a definition of the electronic-digital? ~ Timothy Leary,
403:A 2014 study by Telus revealed that 75% of people purposefully use their smartphone to tune others out. In other words, we are deliberately sabotaging relationships with our slavish devotion to real-time electronic communications. ~ Anonymous,
404:A lot of electronic-based musicians give very low-risk performances, and it's fun to hear your favorite band play live on a big speaker, but the live context is about the moment of risk and that moment of possible failure. ~ How to Dress Well,
405:(By the way, yes, it’s TASER in all caps. It’s an acronym for Thomas A. Swift’s Electronic Rifle, believe it or not. Never let it be said that law enforcement and the industries which serve it are totally devoid of whimsy.) So, ~ Massad Ayoob,
406:If computers can create musical compositions or design electronic components, then it seems likely that they will soon be able to formulate a new legal strategy or perhaps come up with a new way to approach a management problem. ~ Martin Ford,
407:Now you are seeing electronic dance music producers on TV, on talk shows. It's so great to see the festivals growing bigger and bigger, it's like one big family that's all partying with each other. I love being a part of that. ~ Martin Garrix,
408:At a cost of up to $10,000 per pod per month, it was a highly lucrative business for the NYSE. How the setup fit in with the notion that electronic trading created a level playing field for all investors was another question. ~ Scott Patterson,
409:For me the future of the image is going to be in electronic form... You will see perfectly beautiful images on an electronic screen. And Id say that would be very handsome. They would be almost as close as the best reproductions. ~ Ansel Adams,
410:Theophilus Crowe's mobile phone played eight bars of "Tangled Up in Blue" in an irritating electronic voice that sounded like a choir of suffering houseflies, or Jiminy Cricket huffing helium, or, well, you know, Bob Dylan. ~ Christopher Moore,
411:What we’re experiencing is, in a metaphorical sense, a reversal of the early trajectory of civilization: we are evolving from being cultivators of personal knowledge to being hunters and gatherers in the electronic data forest. ~ Nicholas Carr,
412:If I see a chick playing guitar, I'm drawn to that band immediately. I want to know everything, even if it's completely electronic. But you have to really get my attention if you're male. I can't help it. It's part of my nature. ~ Courtney Love,
413:the development of a fully operational quantum computer would imperil our personal privacy, destroy electronic commerce and demolish the concept of national security. A quantum computer would jeopardize the stability of the world. ~ Simon Singh,
414:The modern wars are also omnipresent in our electronic media - to be cynical about it, we now have 24 hours of non-stop bloodshed available to us. The internet and real-time media reporting were integrated into daily life in Iraq. ~ Dave Abrams,
415:It starts with the writer-it's a familiar dictum, but somehow it keeps getting forgotten along the way. No film-maker, irrespective of his electronic bag of tricks, can ever afford to forget his commitment to the written word. ~ Steven Spielberg,
416:What we’re experiencing is, in a metaphorical sense, a reversal of the early trajectory of civilization: we are evolving from being cultivators of personal knowledge to being hunters and gatherers in the electronic data forest.   ~ Nicholas Carr,
417:Anyone can use these sites - companies and colleges, teachers and students, young and old all make use of networking sites to connect with people electronically to share pictures, information, course work, and common interests. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick,
418:Ideally, advertising aims at the goal of a programmed harmony among all human impulses and aspirations and endeavors. Using handicraft methods, it stretches out toward the ultimate electronic goal of a collective consciousness. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
419:I had business experience. I had made my living designing and building electronic equipment. Basic business was not new to me, but the music business was completely new to me. I knew nothing about distribution, or any of those things. ~ Greg Ginn,
420:I'm also very impressed with the best people in experimental electronic world, like Peta and Eckart Aillers and Finez and Jim O'Rourke and Oren Umbarci and Francesco Lopez. Most of them use the computer as their main instrument. ~ John Frusciante,
421:Written communication is a tremendous help for me, and so when electronic mail was invented in '71, I got very excited about it, thinking well, gee, the deaf community could really use this, or the hard of hearing community as well. ~ Vinton Cerf,
422:But we made our own fun, mostly. I recall a time, many years later, when American children seemed unable to amuse themselves without a fortune in electrical and electronic equipment. We had no fancy equipment and did not miss it. ~ Maureen Johnson,
423:receiver from Hallicrafters, the most sophisticated radios available. Woz spent a lot of time at home reading his father’s electronics journals, and he became enthralled by stories about new computers, such as the powerful ENIAC. ~ Walter Isaacson,
424:When I started, DJs weren't in the media, electronic music wasn't in the sales charts and a DJ was the freak in the corner who provided the music while other people had fun. So to do it, you must have been a freak and a music lover. ~ Paul van Dyk,
425:I once stood in the middle of New York city watching my name go round the electronic zipper sign in Times Square and I felt pretty thrilled, but not quite as thrilled as I felt when I saw my name in the Examiner for the first time. ~ Simon Armitage,
426:The reason why it was published in the form of a micro sub-meson electronic component is that if it were printed in normal book form, an interstellar hitchhiker would require several inconveniently large buildings to carry it around ~ Douglas Adams,
427:when an atomic bomb is detonated above the earth’s atmosphere, it can generate a “pulse wave,” which travels at the speed of light, and will short-circuit every electronic device that the “wave” touches on the earth’s surface. ~ William R Forstchen,
428:Electronic communities build nothing. You wind up with nothing. We are dancing animals.

How beautiful it is to get up and go out and do something. We are here on Earth to fart around. Don't let anybody tell you any different. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
429:This will be the racing competition to end all racing competitions, .. I am extremely pleased to be working with Electronic Arts on this exciting opportunity giving music and gaming fans the chance to live the Need for Speed TM experience. ~ Jay Kay,
430:yet in a few milliseconds he could see the headlines of any newspaper he pleased. (That very word “newspaper,” of course, was an anachronistic hangover into the age of electronics.) The text was updated automatically on every hour; ~ Arthur C Clarke,
431:Electronic books are a bad thing because they cannot be accumulated on shelves to remind you of your past, to impress your neighbors and colleagues, and to help prevent divorces thanks to the sheer bother of arguing over who owns what. ~ J P Donleavy,
432:I think for me, I had a long-standing desire to orchestrate the sunrise, and never came up with the right thing on piano. So at a certain moment, I had the revelation that the whole thing would be electronic, not traditional acoustic. ~ Suzanne Ciani,
433:Beyond that, states had to also have electronic voting machines that made it possible for people who are physically handicapped to vote in private... and the computerized voting machine made it very easy for, particularly, the blind. ~ DeForest Soaries,
434:Hip-hop and electronic music are so similar, in the fact that they're both very visceral, have so much bass; a lot of times, it's the same tempos. The culture and some of the sound design is different but a lot of times, it's the same stuff. ~ Skrillex,
435:The reason why it was published in the form of a micro sub meson electronic component is that if it were printed in normal book form, an interstellar hitchhiker would require several inconveniently large buildings to carry it around in. ~ Douglas Adams,
436:Tran looked around at the crowded room of gamers.  They were the personification of the world around him.  Bright but completely under the spell of an electronic drug that turned them into cattle.  It was complete sensory addiction. ~ Michael C Grumley,
437:...the electronic age has broadened the horizons of magical fraud to an astonishing degree. Faerie gold can be used for more than just party tricks; it works pretty well on the stock market, for example, where money's an illusion anyway. ~ Seanan McGuire,
438:A reality that is electronic... Once everybody's got a computer terminal in their home, to satisfy all their needs, all the domestic needs, there'll be a dismantling of the present broadcasting structure, which is far too limited and limiting. ~ J G Ballard,
439:It's the balance between wanting the power of electronics and having something real happening - if you want people to engage in what you're doing, I think that's important. I want to have fun with people, but that's hard to do with a laptop. ~ Anna Meredith,
440:Poindexter’s background was in submarines, and there was an analogy here, he told Tether. Submarines emit sound signals as they move through the sea. The 9/11 hijackers had emitted electronic signals as they moved through the United States. ~ Annie Jacobsen,
441:When a nanotech company matures and becomes a real business, it becomes something else. It becomes a biotech company or a cleantech company or a memory chip company. Nanotechnology has fueled the core innovations in electronics and energy. ~ Steve Jurvetson,
442:Avoid demonizing television, computer games, and new technologies. Electronic media may compete for kids' attention, but we're not going to get kids reading by badmouthing other entertainment. Admit that TV and games can do things books can't. ~ Jon Scieszka,
443:For mental and emotional health, quiet time is very important to me. I need a point in every day that I disconnect from all electronics and reconnect to my center. I pray and meditate. I drink a ton of water and believe in a good night's sleep. ~ Erica Tazel,
444:he also had a device that looked rather like a largish electronic calculator. This had about a hundred tiny flat press buttons and a screen about four inches square on which any one of a million “pages” could be summoned at a moment’s notice. ~ Douglas Adams,
445:The smaller the instrument or more hidden it is such as electronics, the more esoteric it becomes and in my mind becomes boring watching someone go like this and that has no direct... It's just a complete abstract motion, not attach to any sound. ~ Dan Deacon,
446:We live in a paradox: connected electronically but disconnected interpersonally. However, when you recognize the problem, you can take steps to correct it. You can create an emotionally connected environment anywhere if you try hard enough. ~ Edward Hallowell,
447:It has always seemed to me the real art in this business is not so much moving information or guidance or policy five or 10,000 miles. That is an electronic problem. The real art is to move it the last three feet in face to face conversation. ~ Edward R Murrow,
448:What isn’t on my iPod playlist? I have very eclectic tastes. Jazz. Classic Rock. Hip Hop. Ska. Soul. Electronica.World Music. Funk. Blues. Chamber Music. Reggaeton. Gospel. And a whole lot of Prince. (I am a Minnesota gal through and through.) ~ Michele Norris,
449:I came out of an electronic music scene that based all its music on software. It was a real boys thing, a real testosterone thing - software and the relationship between music and the software - to the point where it was like a closely guarded secret. ~ Herbert,
450:No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without the permission in writing from the publisher. ~ Anonymous,
451:As president of the American Historical Association, I started a programme to make dissertations into e-books in 1999. Before I knew it, I was involved in other electronic projects. Harvard invited me to become director of the libraries in 2007. ~ Robert Darnton,
452:At Google[x], we wondered if miniaturized electronics—think: chips and sensors so small they look like bits of glitter, and an antenna thinner than a human hair—might be a way to crack the mystery of tear glucose and measure it with greater accuracy. ~ Anonymous,
453:I’ve been making electronic music for twenty some odd years but, because I grew up playing in punk rock bands, when I started touring, I thought in order to be a viable touring musician I had to do it with a band. I would DJ or tour with a full rock band. ~ Moby,
454:Electronic aids, particularly domestic computers, will help the inner migration, the opting out of reality. Reality is no longer going to be the stuff out there, but the stuff inside your head. It's going to be commercial and nasty at the same time. ~ J G Ballard,
455:Indian music is brilliant and for me, anyway, (this is only personal) it's got everything in it. I still like electronics and all sorts of music if it's good but Indian music is just... an untouchable you can't say what it is, because it just is. ~ George Harrison,
456:I wanted to make the kind of records that I heard in the discos that I danced in at that time. Funky, electronic sounds, while the musicians in the band were more rock oriented. This I suppose created the sound we know as Frankie Goes To Hollywood. ~ Holly Johnson,
457:The reason for this was that the South African government wanted to establish good relations with the Japanese in order to import their fancy cars and electronics. So Japanese people were given honorary white status while Chinese people stayed black. ~ Trevor Noah,
458:I think right now the jury is out on where and how much profit is available in the consumer electronics industry, because if you look at the current consumer electronics players, the biggest ones on the planet struggle to make profit consistently. ~ Kevin B Rollins,
459:The war was won on both sides: by the Vietnamese on the ground, by the Americans in the electronic mental space. And if the one side won an ideological and political victory, the other made Apocalypse Now and that has gone right around the world. ~ Jean Baudrillard,
460:I realized,” he said, “that they were building a system whose goal was the elimination of all privacy, globally. To make it so that no one could communicate electronically without the NSA being able to collect, store, and analyze the communication. ~ Glenn Greenwald,
461:The EU Kids Online project is the most theoretically informed and methodologically sophisticated study we have on the issue of risks in the new electronic environment. This book is rich in details and insights that greatly advance our understanding. ~ David Finkelhor,
462:More and more books are published every year. If people were not reading them, they wouldn't be published. We are in a different moment. We are now reading electronic books or whatever else, but people are still reading, and people still need stories. ~ Isabel Allende,
463:Originating in large scale electronic warfare and anti-jamming technologies for the battlefield devised by two Russian immigrants, these now one-chip systems can fit in a handset and enable intercommunication among the towers of Babel in urban America. ~ George Gilder,
464:sometimes I don’t. It’s the great mystery.” Paul Jobs was then working at Spectra-Physics, a company in nearby Santa Clara that made lasers for electronics and medical products. As a machinist, he crafted the prototypes of products that the engineers ~ Walter Isaacson,
465:The hallucinogenic world, in environmental terms, can be considered as a forlorn effort of man to match the speed of power of hisextended nervous system (which we call the "electronic world") by intensifying the activity of his inner nervous system. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
466:The urge to miniaturize electronics did not exist before the space program. I mean our grandparents had radios that was furniture in the living room. Nobody at the time was saying, 'Gee, I want to carry that in my pocket.' Which is a non-thought. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
467:What troubles me is the Internet and the electronic technology revolution. Shyness is fueled in part by so many people spending huge amounts of time alone, isolated on e-mail, in chat rooms, which reduces their face-to-face contact with other people. ~ Philip Zimbardo,
468:When asked what he thought the average trader did wrong, Tom Baldwin, who in the days before electronic trading was the largest individual trader in the Treasury bond pit, replied, “They trade too much. They don’t pick their spots selectively enough. ~ Jack D Schwager,
469:Paul Jobs was then working at Spectra-Physics, a company in nearby Santa Clara that made lasers for electronics and medical products. As a machinist, he crafted the prototypes of products that the engineers were devising. His son was fascinated by the ~ Walter Isaacson,
470:South Central Los Angeles, for example, is a data and media black hole, without local cable programming or links to major data systems. Just as it became a housing-and-jobs ghetto in the postwar period, it is now evolving into an off-net electronic ghetto. ~ Mike Davis,
471:Years of working in the free-flow world of electronics had infused Marsh with the Hacker Ethic, and he saw school as an inefficient, repressive system. Even when he worked at a radical school with an open classroom, he thought it was a sham, still a jail. ~ Steven Levy,
472:For a long time in the 1970s, I was experimenting to build musical instruments and use them. I did a lot of ethnic music studies and other things, like electronic music. Making homemade musical instruments and performing was my major activity from the time. ~ Yoshi Wada,
473:The only thing left that shows I was a heart patient is I have a scar down the middle of my chest where they went in three times to do open heart surgery. I have a brand new heart inside, and all the mechanical and electronic gear and so forth is all gone. ~ Dick Cheney,
474:Genes were no longer mysterious embodiments of specificity, they were information – a code – that could be transmitted (another word from the electronic age), and the central hypothesis was that the code was composed of a series of letters – A, T, C and G. ~ Matthew Cobb,
475:Most electronic equipment uses the principle of amplification. You need filters, modulators and mixing equipment which have gain stages. By piling these components up, I was able to work without any sound generators and I made several pieces in that manner. ~ David Tudor,
476:And here I am thinking of those astonishing electronic machines . . . by which our mental capacity to calculate and combine is reinforced and multiplied by the process and to a degree that herald . . . astonishing advances.” —Pierre Teilhard de Chardin ~ Erik Brynjolfsson,
477:If there's loads of material going by you don't notice the individual things quite so much. Also it really foregrounds the sonic dimensions like electronic ambient music, it's pushes all of that colour to the foreground so you hear little every atom of sound. ~ Max Richter,
478:our use of electronic media—use of televisions, radios, computers, phones, iPods and MP3s, videos, and game players—now accounts for an average of slightly under eight hours (470 minutes) in an average American’s typical twelve-and-a-half-hour day. Over ~ Philip G Zimbardo,
479:2012 McKinsey study found that the average knowledge worker now spends more than 60 percent of the workweek engaged in electronic communication and Internet searching, with close to 30 percent of a worker’s time dedicated to reading and answering e-mail alone. ~ Cal Newport,
480:A set is created to make dance the crowd not for listening at home. A electronic set should only be heard in the party and when this party finishes the set shouldn't be heard for nobody, it should only be keeped on the mind of clubbers who were in the event. ~ Richie Hawtin,
481:I wanted to keep the music very electronic, very filmic, and give it an almost sci-fi like quality. Music is a necessity for me. I go into the studio at least five days a week, every week, so once I had the idea and the template, the process was quick and fun. ~ Martin Gore,
482:There's no reason that patients can't have electronic access to their complete medical history... Just as people can check their bank account information online or using their ATM card, patients who want to should have electronic access to their medical records. ~ Paul Ryan,
483:The U.S. Bill of Rights is being steadily eroded, with two million telephone calls tapped, 30 million workers under electronic surveillance, and, says the author, countless Americans harassed by a government that wages spurious wars against drugs and terrorism. ~ Gore Vidal,
484:Great numbers of children will be born who understand electronics and atomic power as well as other forms of energy. They will grow into scientists and engineers of a new age which has the power to destroy civilization unless we learn to live by spiritual laws. ~ Edgar Cayce,
485:I could create music that sounded as strange as any electronic music, because you see, my opinion about electronic music is that the real composer is the guy who invented the instrument. Pressing buttons is not composing. Composing is about creating something. ~ Glenn Branca,
486:The miniaturization of electronics, which ultimately was driven by the marketplace, was started by NASA, because it costs money to get something into orbit. So you want to trim your electronics, miniaturize your electronics, miniaturize your satellites. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
487:A 2012 McKinsey study found that the average knowledge worker now spends more than 60 percent of the workweek engaged in electronic communication and Internet searching, with close to 30 percent of a worker’s time dedicated to reading and answering e-mail alone. ~ Cal Newport,
488:I ... began my career as a wireless amateur. After 43 years in radio, I do not mind confessing that I am still an amateur. Despite many great achievements in the science of radio and electronics, what we know today is far less than what we have still to learn. ~ David Sarnoff,
489:I'm envious of the way that electronic dance music has organised itself. It has been able to understand what it ain't rather than what it is. And I think that slipped away from hip-hop as soon as the DJs lost the majority of the say so in the direction of the music. ~ Chuck D,
490:We need to educate young people to deal with new modes of education that are emerging with the new electronic technologies and we need to educate them to not only learn how to critically read this ubiquitous screen culture but also how to be cultural producers. ~ Henry Giroux,
491:It's critical how we want to use these spy programs, these electronic capabilities, where we want to draw the line, and who should approve these programs, these decisions, and at what level, for engaging in operations that could lead us as a nation into a war. ~ Edward Snowden,
492:Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness [all-at-once-ness]. 'Time' has ceased, 'space' has vanished. We now live in a global village ... a simultaneous happening. ... The new electronic interdependence recreates the world in the image of a global village. ~ Marshall McLuhan,
493:Sometimes it occurs to me that the job of a serious cultural critic mostly consists in telling the generality of people that their opinions - on films, on books, on all manner of widgets, gadgets and even the latest electronic fidgets - simply aren't up to scratch. ~ Will Self,
494:We don’t need your pity. We get along just fine without it and them other things too. You don’t need electronic crap to live. You know, people lived for thousands of years without it. There’s a big difference between stuff you want and stuff you need. (Nick) ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
495:...I think apparatus burned out all over the ward trying to adjust to her come busting in like she did-took electronic readings on her and calculated they weren't built to handle something like this on the ward, and just burned out, like machines committing suicide. ~ Ken Kesey,
496:There are artists that are using computers in all genres - Kendrick Lamar's music is electronic-made, and Taylor Swift is the same thing. There's a lot of pop music, underground music, and music for films made with computers. In that sense, it's not going to go away. ~ Skrillex,
497:When Hiro first saw this place, ten years ago, the monorail hadn't been written yet; he and his buddies had to write car and motorcycle software in order to get around. They would take their software out and race it in the black desert of the electronic night. ~ Neal Stephenson,
498:When the musical keyboard was created in the 1970's, you had electronic geeks that had no background in music created these devises and gave them to musicians that had no background in electronics. The result was some of the wierd sounds that came out in the '70s. ~ David Bowie,
499:Oh, I wouldn’t go that far,’ said Newt. ‘Although,’ he added, ‘I’m not actually a computer engineer. At all. Quite the opposite.’ ‘What’s the opposite?’ ‘If you must know, every time I try and make anything electronic work, it stops.’ Anathema gave him a bright ~ Terry Pratchett,
500:There is no doubt that the Internet brims with spamming, scamming and identity fraud. Having someone wipe out your hard drive or bank account has never been easier, and the tools for committing electronic mischief on your enemies are cheap and widely accessible. ~ Evgeny Morozov,

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   1 Yoga
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   2 The Mother


   2 The Mothers Agenda


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