Connections

Some articles on connection, connections:

CGI:IRC - Server Side
... It uses a special HTTP streaming connection while communicating with the user's web browser this reduces network usage because the user's webpage is not continually being ... Early versions of some web browsers such as Apple Safari had problems with streaming connections ... is "Because CGIIRC acts as a client, connections from it appear to be coming from the web server's address ...
Brain Fitness - Neurogenesis
... The more active a particular brain cell is, the more connections it develops with its neighboring neurons through a process called dendritic sprouting ... A single neuron can have up to thirty thousand such connections, creating a dense web of interconnected activity throughout the brain ... experience (real or imagined) or indirectly through these connections from its neighbors, which saves the cell from cell death ...
Comedy Connections
... Comedy Connections was a BBC One documentary series produced by BBC Scotland that aired from 2003 to 2008 ... in with the production of other comedy shows (hence "connections") ... Comedy Connections mostly documented BBC comedies and sitcoms, although two programmes have been from ITV (three counting Men Behaving Badly which moved from ITV to the BBC after one series) and two from ...
Signal Integrity
... packaging and assembly, from internal connections of an integrated circuit (IC), through the package, the printed circuit board (PCB), the backplane, and inter-system connections ... period, that cause substantial differences in the approach to signal integrity for on-chip connections versus chip-to-chip connections ...

Famous quotes containing the word connections:

    The quickness with which all the “stuff” from childhood can reduce adult siblings to kids again underscores the strong and complex connections between brothers and sisters.... It doesn’t seem to matter how much time has elapsed or how far we’ve traveled. Our brothers and sisters bring us face to face with our former selves and remind us how intricately bound up we are in each other’s lives.
    Jane Mersky Leder (20th century)

    The connections between and among women are the most feared, the most problematic, and the most potentially transforming force on the planet.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)

    I have no connections here; only gusty collisions,
    rootless seedlings forced into bloom, that collapse.
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    I am the Visiting Poet: a real unicorn,
    a wind-up plush dodo, a wax museum of the Movement.
    People want to push the buttons and see me glow.
    Marge Piercy (b. 1936)