CONNECT may refer to:

  • CONNECT (Alfa Romeo), the Alfa Romeo 147 on-board information system
  • CONNECT (HTTP), the request method of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
  • CONNECT (Organization)
  • CONNECT string, a Hayes modem command and response
  • Communications, Navigation, and Networking reConfigurable Testbed (CoNNeCT), a testbed for the Space Communications and Navigation Program (SCaN) program on the International Space Station

Other articles related to "connect":

Cityscape Of Louisville, Kentucky - Future Development Projects - Recreation Infrastructure
... The creation of a "ring of parks" will connect the waterfront, Levee Bike Trail, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing, Jefferson Memorial Forest and E ... over the Ohio River as a pedestrian sidewalk to connect Louisville's Riverwalk Trail to a planned seven mile (11 km) greenway on the Indiana side which will connect New Albany, Clarksville and ...
Safety Connect - Technology
... Safety Connect includes four primary functions Advanced Automatic Collision Notification Emergency Assistance Button (SOS) Stolen Vehicle Tracking Roadside Assistance These ... with law enforcement linkage also can track the location of a stolen vehicle via the Safety Connect GPS signal ... For Lexus Enform with Safety Connect, additional functions added include Destination Assist, eDestination, Flexible Voice Interface, and others ...
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... Boku Check Lines Connect Four † Connect 4x4 Connect6 † Freedom † Gomoku † Hijara † Join Five (aka ...
Connect! Connect!
... "Connect! Connect!" is the 99th episode of the ABC television series Desperate Housewives ...

Famous quotes containing the word connect:

    In a strange city, I connect through food and fantasy.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Until, accustomed to disappointments, you can let yourself rule and be ruled by these strings or emanations that connect everything together, you haven’t fully exorcised the demon of doubt that sets you in motion like a rocking horse that cannot stop rocking.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    Our father presents an optional set of rhythms and responses for us to connect to. As a second home base, he makes it safer to roam. With him as an ally—a love—it is safer, too, to show that we’re mad when we’re mad at our mother. We can hate and not be abandoned, hate and still love.
    Judith Viorst (20th century)