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Digit

An obsolete unit of length equivalent to 0.75 inches.
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Consider the usage of digital cameras to determine the extent of how the usage is aligned with the curriculum, one's teaching, and the classroom assessments.
Digital photographs include pictures processed by computer.
The heterogeneity of digital materials being collected increases complexity in systems and solutions, as shown in the first article by MacKenzie Smith who describes the development of DSpace at MIT.
The digital library movement has been gaining momentum gradually for years, ever since the first effort launched in the late 1980s.
There's no point in developing a strategic digital marketing plan if it doesn't help you achieve your business objectives.
The PowerShot SD1000 Digital ELPH offers consumers the choice of either original silver or dual-tone matte black and silver design case.
The MIT Libraries are working with the open-source digital repository platform called DSpace[TM] to explore the problem of capturing digital research, education material, and publications in any format and preserve them over time; to conduct research and experimentation to learn more about the issues; and to identify what larger, community-based infrastructure is needed by research institutions in order to make digital preservation a practical reality.
Cisco Digital Signage is comprised of two products:
In 2000 Congress recognized that the nation needed an exceptional effort to prevent the loss of our digital heritage.
WinTV-HVR-1800--For the North American market where the ATSC digital TV transition continues, WinTV-HVR-1800 is a PCI Express TV tuner for receiving analog cable and high definition ATSC digital TV.
Europe will overtake the US with regard to digital TV penetration by the end of 2010 - at this point, almost 69% of European households will have made the transition to digital services.
The Dolby Show Library allows exhibitors to load digital content from a central server via Ethernet, USB 2.