RELATED ARTICLE: How Corrugated Boxes Are Made CD-ROM
The Pre-Departure CD requires a Pentium II or compatible personnal computer running at a 233 Mhz or greater, 32Mb RAM, an 8X or faster CD-ROM
drive, color monitor capable of 800 x 600 resolution, "SoundBlaster" or compatible 16 bit sound, speakers, Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP, Internet Explorer 4.
Future releases on CD-ROM
are planned to expand the coverage by 2,000 editions (ca.
Based on the animated movie coming in June, this story is the Victor Hugo classic, and the disc features some of the latest CD-ROM
Thus, the rule is to consider all potentially relevant CD-ROM
database is integrated with an online database containing information that has become available subsequent to the CD's release.
For instance, most CD-ROM
searches for a Code section yield not just that section, but easily accessible cross-reference links to, for example, the related regulations, definitions of certain words in a tax glossary, the corresponding portions of a multivolume tax service in which the section is discussed, or other Code sections cited within the searched section.
A student researching the Battle of Gettysburg, for example, on a CD-ROM
version of an encyclopedia might be able to cross-reference factual data on the event with a reading of the "Gettysburg Address," music from that era and a copy of the front page of the New York Times from July 5, 1863.
If you recently bought a decent audio player for about $200, tack on about four times that price for a CD-ROM
RFM allows a publisher to move beyond "ink and paper" to offer their readers a CD-ROM
filled with video and audio content that reflect the magazine's editorial mission.
software primarily contains cases, rulings, procedures, regulations, general counsel memoranda and actions on decisions, and is usually updated quarterly.
If the same database was produced on CD-ROM
, the List Owner could not afford to sell this database on CD-ROM
for less than $40,000 due to the cannibalization of revenue from list sales.