Log, LOG, or LoG may refer to:

  • Logarithm, the mathematical operation that is the inverse of exponentiation, or the result of this operation
  • Log (magazine), an architectural magazine
  • Log Press, an imprint of VDM Publishing devoted to the reproduction of Wikipedia content
  • Les Paul's first solid-body electric guitar

Read more about Log:  Recordkeeping, Places

Other articles related to "log":

Log Lady - Character Overview
... The Log Lady is a fixture in the town of Twin Peaks by the time of Laura Palmer's murder, and most residents in the town regard her as crazy ... due to her habit of always carrying a small log in her arms, with which she seems to share a psychic connection, often dispensing advice and visions of clairvoyance which she ... The Log Lady does not interpret the messages transmitted by the log, but instead functions as a medium for the information it conveys ...
Contest Logging Software - Available Software Packages
... by WG3E 'Commercial' MobileLog by N0HR PocketPC/Windows Mobile PDA N3FJP Log NA by K8CC DOS Based SD by EI5DI TR Log by N6TR DOS Based VHFCTest4Win by S52AA VHF Reg1Test Win-Test ...
Idrijski Log
... Idrijski Log (Italian Loga d'Idria) is a dispersed settlement on the right bank of the upper course of the Idrijca River in the hills south of Idrija in the traditional ... In addition to the settlement of Idrijski Log itself, it also includes the hamlets of Koševnik and Na Pevcu ...
Normal Order Of An Arithmetic Function - Examples
... the number of distinct prime factors of n, is log(log(n)) The normal order of Ω(n), the number of prime factors of n counted with multiplicity, is log(log(n ...
Log - Places
... Canada Log Valley, Saskatchewan, a settlement in the rural municipality of Morse No. 165 Russia Log, Russia, the name of several rural localities in Russia Slovenia Log, Kranjska Gora, a settlement in the Municipality of Kranjska Gora Log, Lukovica, a settlement in ...

Famous quotes containing the word log:

    The ideal college is Mark Hopkins on one end of a log and a student on the other.
    James A. Garfield (1831–1881)

    ‘T is wonderful how soon a piano gets into a log hut on the frontier. You would think they found it under a pine stump. With it comes a Latin grammar,—and one of those tow-head boys has written a hymn on Sunday. Now let colleges, now let senates take heed!
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    My merrie, merrie boyes,
    The Christmas Log to the firing;
    Robert Herrick (1591–1674)