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Mozi ( ; Latinized as Micius ; c. 470 c. 391 BC), original name Mo Di, was a Chinese philosopher who founded the school of Mohism during the Hundred Schools of Thought period (early portion of the Warring States period of c.475221 BC). Mozi contains material ascribed to him and his followers. Mozi taught that everyone is equal in the eyes of heaven. He believed that those in power should be based on meritocracy, or those who are worthy of power should receive power. Mozi invokes heaven and calls on the Sage Kings to support his precedents. Born in what is now Tengzhou, Shandong Province, he founded the school of Mohism that argued strongly against Confucianism and Taoism. His philosophy emphasized universal love, social order, the will of heaven, sharing, and honoring the worthy. During the Warring States period, Mohism was actively developed and practiced in many states but fell out of favour when the legalist Qin dynasty came to power in 221 BC. During that period, many Mohist classics are by many believed to have been ruined when the emperor Qin Shi Huang supposedly carried out the burning of books and burying of scholars. The importance of Mohism further declined when Confucianism became the dominant school of thought during the Han Dynasty, until mostly disappearing by the middle of the Western Han dynasty. Mozi is referenced in the Thousand Character Classic, which records that he was saddened when he saw dyeing of pure white silk, which embodied his conception of austerity (simplicity, chastity). The concept of Ai () was developed by the Chinese philosopher Mozi in the 4th century BC in reaction to Confucianism's benevolent love. Mozi tried to replace what he considered to be the long-entrenched Chinese over-attachment to family and clan structures with the concept of "universal love" (jin'i, ). In this, he argued directly against Confucians who believed that it was natural and correct for people to care about different people in different degrees. Mozi, by contrast, believed people in principle should care for all people equally. Mohism stressed that rather than adopting different attitudes towards different people, love should be unconditional and offered to everyone without regard to reciprocation, not just to friends, family and other Confucian relations. Later in Chinese Buddhism, the term Ai () was adopted to refer to a passionate caring love and was considered a fundamental desire. In Buddhism, Ai was seen as capable of being either selfish or selfless, the latter being a key element towards enlightenment.
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Mozilla Foundation "body, web, open source" The body set up by {Netscape} in January 1998 to coordinate development of the {Mozilla} browser and to provide a point of contact. {Mozilla Home (http://mozilla.org/)}. (2005-01-26)

Mozilla Foundation ::: (body, World-Wide Web, open source) The body set up by Netscape in January 1998 to coordinate development of the Mozilla browser and to provide a point of contact. .(2005-01-26)

Mozilla Public License {open source license}

Mozilla "web, open source" The {open source} {web browser}, designed for standards-compliance, performance, and portability, whose development is coordinated by the {Mozilla Foundation}. The Mozilla project started in March 1998 when {Netscape Communications Corporation} released the {source code} of {Netscape Communicator}. The now abandoned version based on that code is referred to as "Mozilla Classic". Since then, much has been rewritten, including the layout engine, the networking library, and the front-end. Mozilla 1.0 was finally released on 2002-06-05. Much of the code was used to build {Firefox}. Although a lot of Mozilla code is under the original Netscape Public License, some parts of the code are under the Mozilla Public License or dual MPL/GPL. "Mozilla" was the original project code name for {Netscape Navigator} and, according to some of the documentation, the correct pronunciation of "Netscape". [Derived from "{Mosaic} killer/Godzilla"?] (2005-01-26)

Mozilla ::: (World-Wide Web, open source) The open source web browser, designed for standards-compliance, performance, and portability, whose development is coordinated by the Mozilla Foundation.The Mozilla project started in March 1998 when Netscape Communications Corporation released the source code of Netscape Communicator. The now abandoned has been rewritten, including the layout engine, the networking library, and the front-end.Mozilla 1.0 was finally released on 2002-06-05. Much of the code was used to build Firefox.Although a lot of Mozilla code is under the original Netscape Public License, some parts of the code are under the Mozilla Public License or dual MPL/GPL.Mozilla was the original project code name for Netscape Navigator and, according to some of the documentation, the correct pronunciation of Netscape.[Derived from Mosaic killer/Godzilla?](2005-01-26)


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armozeen ::: n. --> Alt. of Armozine

armozine ::: n. --> A thick plain silk, generally black, and used for clerical.

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Mozilla Foundation "body, web, open source" The body set up by {Netscape} in January 1998 to coordinate development of the {Mozilla} browser and to provide a point of contact. {Mozilla Home (http://mozilla.org/)}. (2005-01-26)

Mozilla Foundation ::: (body, World-Wide Web, open source) The body set up by Netscape in January 1998 to coordinate development of the Mozilla browser and to provide a point of contact. .(2005-01-26)

Mozilla Public License {open source license}

Mozilla "web, open source" The {open source} {web browser}, designed for standards-compliance, performance, and portability, whose development is coordinated by the {Mozilla Foundation}. The Mozilla project started in March 1998 when {Netscape Communications Corporation} released the {source code} of {Netscape Communicator}. The now abandoned version based on that code is referred to as "Mozilla Classic". Since then, much has been rewritten, including the layout engine, the networking library, and the front-end. Mozilla 1.0 was finally released on 2002-06-05. Much of the code was used to build {Firefox}. Although a lot of Mozilla code is under the original Netscape Public License, some parts of the code are under the Mozilla Public License or dual MPL/GPL. "Mozilla" was the original project code name for {Netscape Navigator} and, according to some of the documentation, the correct pronunciation of "Netscape". [Derived from "{Mosaic} killer/Godzilla"?] (2005-01-26)

Mozilla ::: (World-Wide Web, open source) The open source web browser, designed for standards-compliance, performance, and portability, whose development is coordinated by the Mozilla Foundation.The Mozilla project started in March 1998 when Netscape Communications Corporation released the source code of Netscape Communicator. The now abandoned has been rewritten, including the layout engine, the networking library, and the front-end.Mozilla 1.0 was finally released on 2002-06-05. Much of the code was used to build Firefox.Although a lot of Mozilla code is under the original Netscape Public License, some parts of the code are under the Mozilla Public License or dual MPL/GPL.Mozilla was the original project code name for Netscape Navigator and, according to some of the documentation, the correct pronunciation of Netscape.[Derived from Mosaic killer/Godzilla?](2005-01-26)

Bugzilla ::: (programming) The web-based bug tracking system used by the Mozilla project. .(2002-06-12)

Bugzilla "programming" The web-based {bug tracking system} used by the {Mozilla} project. {Bugzilla home (http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/)}. (2002-06-12)

Dramozin —an angel of the 8th hour of the

Firefox "web" A complete {free}, {open-source} {web browser} from the {Mozilla Foundation} and therefore a true code descendent of {Netscape Navigator}. The first non-{beta release} was in late 2004. {Firefox Home (http://mozilla.org/products/firefox)}. (2005-01-26)

Firefox ::: (World-Wide Web) A complete free, open-source web browser from the Mozilla Foundation and therefore a true code descendent of Netscape Navigator. The first non-beta release was in late 2004. .(2005-01-26)

IndexedDB "database" A {transactional}, {JavaScript}-based {object-oriented database} for use in {web browsers}. IndexedDB stores and retrieves objects that are indexed with a key. Using the {structured clone algorithm}, it can serialise complex data structures that may contain {cyclic references}. IndexedDB is supported by {Chrome}, {Firefox}, {Opera}, {Safari} and even {Internet Explorer}. {MDN (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/IndexedDB_API)}, {W3C Proposal (http://www.w3.org/TR/IndexedDB/)}. (2014-12-01)

Mohism ::: The philosophy of Chinese philosopher Mozi, distinguished for its principles of universal love and mutual (utilitarian) benefit.

Netscape Communications Corporation ::: (company) (Formlerly Mosaic Communications Corporation, MCC) A company set up in April 1994 by Dr. James H. Clark and Marc Andreessen (creator of the NCSA Mosaic program) to market their version of Mosaic, known as Netscape or Mozilla.They on 1994-11-14 to reflect their other activities rather than just their browser based on Mosaic. .Address: 501 East Middlefield Road, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.Telephone: +1 (415) 254 1900. Fax: +1 (415) 254 2601.(2000-02-08)

Netscape Communications Corporation "company" (Formlerly "Mosaic Communications Corporation", MCC) A company set up in April 1994 by {Dr. James H. Clark} and {Marc Andreessen} "marca@netcom.com" (creator of the {NCSA} {Mosaic} program) to market their version of {Mosaic}, known as {Netscape} or {Mozilla}. They {changed their name (http://netscape.com/newsref/pr/newsrelease5.html)} on 1994-11-14 to reflect their other activities rather than just their browser based on {Mosaic}. {(http://netscape.com/)}. Address: 501 East Middlefield Road, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. Telephone: +1 (415) 254 1900. Fax: +1 (415) 254 2601. (2000-02-08)

Netscape Navigator "networking, tool, product" /Mozilla/ (Often called just "Netscape") A {web browser} from {Netscape Communications Corporation}. The first {beta-test} version was released free to the {Internet} on 13 October 1994. Netscape evolved from {NCSA} {Mosaic} (with which it shares at least one author) and runs on the {X Window System} under various versions of {Unix}, on {Microsoft Windows} and on the {Apple Macintosh}. It features integrated support for sending {electronic mail} and reading {Usenet} news, as well as {RSA encryption} to allow secure communications for commercial applications such as exchanging credit card numbers with net retailers. It provides multiple simultaneous interruptible text and image loading; native inline {JPEG} image display; display and interaction with documents as they load; multiple independent windows. Netscape was designed with 14.4 kbps modem links in mind. You can download Netscape Navigator for evaluation, or for unlimited use in academic or not-for-profit environments. You can also pay for it. Version: 1.0N. {(ftp://ftp.netscape.com/netscape/)}. E-mail: "sales@netscape.com". (1995-01-25)

Netscape Navigator ::: (networking, tool, product) /Mozilla/ (Often called just Netscape) A World-Wide Web browser from Netscape Communications Corporation. The first the X Window System under various versions of Unix, on Microsoft Windows and on the Apple Macintosh.It features integrated support for sending electronic mail and reading Usenet news, as well as RSA encryption to allow secure communications for commercial multiple independent windows. Netscape was designed with 14.4 kbps modem links in mind.You can download Netscape Navigator for evaluation, or for unlimited use in academic or not-for-profit environments. You can also pay for it.Version: 1.0N. .E-mail: . (1995-01-25)

Open source license "legal" Any document that attempts to specify {open source} usage and distribution of software. These licenses are usually drafted by experts and are likely to be more legally sound than one a programmer could write. However, loopholes do exist. Here is a non-exhaustive list of open source licenses: 1. {Public Domain} - No license. 2. {BSD} License - An early open source license 3. {General Public License} (GPL) - The {copyleft} license of the {Free Software Foundation}. Used for {GNU} software and much of {Linux}. 4. {Artistic License (http://my-opensource.org/Artistic.txt)} Less restrictive than the GPL, permitted by {Perl} in addition to the GPL. 5. {Mozilla Public Licenses (http://mozilla.org/MPL/)}. (MPL, MozPL) and Netscape Public License (NPL). ["Open Sources", pub. O'Reilly, {full text (http://oreilly.com/catalog/opensources/book/perens.html)}]. (1999-11-28)

Thunderbird ::: (messaging, open source) A complete free, open-source e-mail client from the Mozilla Foundation and therefore a true code descendent of the e-mail code in Netscape Navigator. The first non-beta release was in late 2004. The Firefox web browser is from the same source. .(2005-01-26)

Thunderbird "messaging, open source" A complete {free}, {open-source} {e-mail client} from the {Mozilla Foundation} and therefore a true code descendent of the e-mail code in {Netscape Navigator}. The first non-{beta release} was in late 2004. The {Firefox} web browser is from the same source. {Thunderbird Home (http://mozilla.org/products/thunderbird)}. (2005-01-26)

World-Wide Web "web, networking, hypertext" (WWW, W3, the web) A {client-server} {hypertext} distributed information retrieval system, often referred to as "The Internet" though strictly speaking, the Internet is the network and the web is just one use of the network (others being {e-mail}, {DNS}, {SSH}). Basically, the web consists of documents or {web pages} in {HTML} format (a kind of {hypertext}), each of which has a unique {URL} or "web address". {Links} in a page are URLs of other pages which may be part of the same {website} or a page on another site on a different {web server} anywhere on the {Internet}. As well as HTML pages, a URL may refer to an image, some code ({JavaScript} or {Java}), {CSS}, a {video} stream or other kinds of object. URLs typically start with "http://", indicating that the page needs to be fetched using the {HTTP} {protocol} or or "https://" for the {HTTPS} protocol which {encrypts} the request and the resulting page for security. The URL "scheme" (the bit before the ":") indicates the protocol to use. These include {FTP}, the original protocol for transferring files over the Internet. {RTSP} is a {streaming protocol} that allow a continuous feed of {audio} or {video} from the server to the browser. {Gopher} was a predecessor of HTTP and {Telnet} starts an {interactive} {command-line} session with a remote server. The web is accessed using a {client} program known as a {web browser} that runs on the user's computer. The browser fetches and displays pages and allows the user to follow {links} by clicking on them (or similar action) and to input queries to the server. A variety of browsers are freely available, e.g. {Google Chrome}, {Microsoft} {Internet Explorer}, {Apple} {Safari} and {Mozilla} {Firefox}. Early browsers included {NCSA} {Mosaic} and {Netscape} {Navigator}. Queries can be entered into "forms" which allow the user to enter arbitrary text and select options from customisable menus and other controls. The server processes each request - either a simple URL or data from a form - and returns a response, typically a page of HTML. The World-Wide Web originated from the {CERN} High-Energy Physics laboratories in Geneva, Switzerland. In the early 1990s, the developers at CERN spread word of the Web's capabilities to scientific and academic audiences worldwide. By September 1993, the share of Web traffic traversing the {NSFNET} {Internet} {backbone} reached 75 {gigabytes} per month or one percent. By July 1994 it was one {terabyte} per month. The {World Wide Web Consortium} is the main standards body for the web. Following the widespread availability of web browsers and servers from about 1995, organisations started using the same software and protocols on their own private internal {TCP/IP} networks giving rise to the term "{intranet}". {This dictionary} is accessible via the Web at {(http://foldoc.org/)}. {An article by John December (http://sunsite.unc.edu/cmc/mag/1994/oct/webip.html)}. {W3 servers, clients and tools (http://w3.org/Status.html)}. (2017-11-01)

XML User-Interface Language ::: (language) (XUL) An XML-based language created for the Mozilla browser for development of cross-platform user interfaces. XUL supports input controls such as textboxes and checkboxes, toolbars, menus, dialogs, trees, keyboard shortcuts, and more. .(2003-06-14)

XML User-Interface Language "language" (XUL) An {XML}-based language created for the {Mozilla} {browser} for development of {cross-platform} {user interfaces}. XUL supports input {controls} such as {textboxes} and {checkboxes}, {toolbars}, {menus}, {dialogs}, {trees}, {keyboard shortcuts}, and more. {XULPlanet (http://xulplanet.com/)}. (2003-06-14)



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1:Mozi believed that a policy could be called virtuous only if it enriched the poor, prevented pointless death, and contributed to public order. ~ Karen Armstrong,
2:Ne hidd, hogy semmi nők voltak. Az egyiknek különösen nagy érzéke volt a magasra, a másik egyenesen az önfeledtség tehetsége, a harmadikban a kizárólagosságot bámultam, azt, hogy csak én, és senki más. De az első végeredményben csak szép intermezzot várt és kapott, a második ájultságot, a harmadik mindössze nem tudott védekezni. És mind a három nyert, csak én vesztettem. Mert én minden alkalommal valódi összenövést vesztettem. Mindegyiknek külön az ő számára kigondolt nagyszerű élettel lettem szegényebb, élettel, ami azelőtt nem volt, és én teremtettem neki. Mihelyt ezt észrevette, megfutamodott. Sok volt neki. Persze még csak nem is szégyellte magát, és persze még én voltam, aki olyasmit követeltem tőle, amit nem tudott. Ó igen, legalább és egyelőre kétszobás berendezett lakás, jó jövedelem, színház, mozi, hangverseny. Nyáron utazás Olaszországba vagy Svájcba. Ez volt életideáljuk első pontja, a második, háromszor egy héten szerelem, és néhány év múlva majd gyerek. Mellékutca-eszmény, mint akkor a legtöbb nőé. Hittek abban, hogy a boldogság az életstandardból fakad. Mikor látták, hogy én a dolgot megfordítom, és azt állítom, hogy a magas élet teremti meg az anyagi teljességet, félni kezdtek tőlem. Kérdezz meg mindenkit, akit csak tudsz, mindenki azt fogja mondani, nekik volt igazuk, ők voltak a józanok, és én az őrült. Nem tudják, hogy ezzel milyen ítéletet mondanak önmaguk fölött. Egy állam nem virágozhat más talajon, csak az összetartozás elemi örömén; emberi sors nem teljesülhet máshol, csak az életbe való tökéletes beleolvadásban; szerelem is csak a mindenekfölött való összetartozáson és az egymásba való beleolvadásban teljesülhet és virágozhat. Mind a három elárult. Kinek? Önmagának. De ezzel elárulta önmagát is. Mind a három tele volt magas képességgel, de egyiknek sem volt tehetsége a közös életre. Egy ideig mind a három sorsát figyelemmel tudtam kísérni, és láttam, hogy mind a három összetört. Egyszer, egyetlenegyszer abban a kitüntetésben részesülhettek, hogy a legszebb életet megvalósíthatták volna. Amit most élnek, az előbbihez képest szégyen. Féltek meghalni, és e félelembe belehaltak. ~ B la Hamvas,

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