Updated the guide with the results of our CSS3 email client tests. 21 new properties were added, with varying levels of support observed across the popular email clients. Notably, Webkit clients were big winners, including Apple Mail, iPhone Mail and soon, the iPad. At this stage, CSS3 is recommended for decorative purposes in email (such as adding text-shadow), due to poor support for layout and box-model properties.Discuss this on our blog.
A complete rewrite of the guide that included 7 new mobile email clients and a focus on the most popular email clients. The web-based version of the guide now features the 10 most popular email clients, while the PDF guide includes all 23 email clients tested.Discuss this on our blog.
This article takes a closer look at some of the most popular ways to do intermittent fasting, as well as a few pros and cons. The information may help you decide if intermittent fasting is something you want to try for your health and happiness.
A survey of 5% of trained nursing staff in the Plymouth area provided indications of the impact of changes in post-registration education and practice on the library service of the Tor & South West College of Health in Plymouth. The survey comprised, first, a structured interview to obtain details of professional development plans and preferences, number of courses attended recently, learning styles, use made of ward/unit resources (particularly journals) and optimum periods for library opening. The second part of the survey was a vignette information problem. The responses (written by the participants) provided an indication of information-seeking skills and perceptions of various information sources, both formal (publications) and informal (colleagues and organizations). Analysis indicated that the most popular method of learning was attending a study day, and the most popular combination of learning styles was study day combined with further reading. Reading or journals was selective. Most staff would have to rely on a library for journal literature, particularly the new journals. One third of the sample appeared lacking in information-seeking skills. One third appeared confident in information-seeking skills, and this group was associated with the use of more than two sources of information and use of a library. No single library in Plymouth would be adequate for the sources of information required, indicating the need for better networking and/or integration.
The Italian soul of Steve Jobs was our third most popular blog post this year, with 3,315 pageviews. Though Jobs didn't have a drop of Italian blood, he \"imbibed the principles of simple functional design that came to define his technological style\" from the Italians, wrote Art Moella, director of the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation.
The making of Labor Day was also quite popular at 3,236 pageviews and 238 \"likes\" on Facebook. \"The Pullman Strike, led by ... Eugene V. Debs, was crushed, and Debs imprisoned. Within days of the strike's end, Democratic President Grover Cleveland rushed a bill recognizing Labor Day through Congress. Not a single elected official in Congress voted against this measure,\" wrote labor historian Paul Buhle.
World War II hero Audie Murphy claimed the next most popular blog post. \"On January 26, 1945, he single-handedly held off six tanks and a force of 250 Germans by climbing on a burning tank destroyer and utilizing its .50 caliber machine gun,\" wrote Kathleen Golden, Associate Curator in the Division of Armed Forces History.
Inspired by the movie War Horse, another popular post focused on Winchester, the celebrity horse ridden by General Sheridan during the Civil War. Since the War Horse book is written in the voice of the horse, curator Kathleen Golden wrote her blog post in the voice of Winchester: \"I was wounded at Stones River, and again at Missionary Ridge and Fisher's Hill, but the wounds were not serious. I maintained a level head and steady nerves through all of that. But my finest hour came on October 19, 1864...\"
Another centennial was commemorated this year: the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Curator of Maritime History Dr. Paul Johnston was quoted in the blog post as saying, \"For some the reason the Titanic has echoed, it's resonated in the public imagination... There are still lawsuits over it, still fascination with it.\"
This style guide is referenced in the Directive on the Management of Communications. The requirements apply to departments and other organizations of the federal public administration listed in Schedules I, I.1 and II of the Financial Administration Act.
Institutions that fall outside of Schedules I, I.1, and II of the Financial Administration Act do not have to follow this style guide. However, all institutions are encouraged to use it for both their internal and external web products. Following this guide's rules and techniques will make it easier for everyone to find, understand and use the government's digital content.
JAPN 308 - Japanese Pop-CultureThis course explores post WWII Japanese music, literature, artistic media, and hi-tech products. Investigates social themes ranging from post-holocaust Japanese hedonism to childhood fantasies by looking at Manga comic books, Animation, and popular music, as well as fashion and style, popular technology, consumerism, and environmental issues. Explores the evolution of pop culture and its impact on society. Taught in English.Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): [Prereq: (GE Areas A1 and A2 and A3 and B4 with a C- or better) and (Junior or Senior Standing)]General Education: UDC Intergrated Arts and HumanitiesTypically Offered: Fall term onlyUnits: 3
Under the Edit panel on the right, you can customize all your text options. Change the text size and placement, choose your favorite font and style, and adjust the character spacing with the sliders. You can even adjust the fill in the text box if you change your mind about having a blank background. Even add text effects like drop shadows or outlines.
\"Do not edit your posts if somebody has already replied, otherwise you will break the flow of the discussion and make it difficult for others to further respond. Only striking (using tags) words or sentences is allowed, but the related explanation should be given in a regular reply.\"
In the bachelor of music in contemporary and popular music program, students study contemporary and popular music in an intimate, supportive musical community. The curriculum is intentionally broad-based and welcomes students with diverse musical backgrounds, including backgrounds in jazz, rock, popular, classical, and country music. Students enjoy close contact with the faculty and on-campus students have access to a fully-equipped professional recording studio.
In the associate of science in contemporary and popular music program, students study jazz and contemporary popular music an intimate, supportive musical community. The curriculum is intentionally broad-based and welcomes students with diverse musical backgrounds, including backgrounds in rock and popular music. Students enjoy close contact with the faculty and have access to a fully-equipped professional recording studio. In their course of study, students acquire foundational skills that will help them attain a career in music performance or entrance into a baccalaureate program. Students in this program can expect exposure to jazz (classic, Latin and contemporary), popular (rock, progressive rock, rhythm and blues, and more) and classical (traditional and contemporary) styles. Upon completion of the degree, graduates will:
COMMON ARCHITECTURAL STYLES AND THEIR DISTINGUISHING FEATURESWood was the dominant medium of construction in 19th- and early 20th-century Nova Scotia. However, it should be noted that not all buildings were designed in a single historical style. Although the basic front-gabled style of Classical Revival was pervasive in 19th-century Antigonish, many buildings incorporated features selectively and often blended different styles. Eclecticism, exemplified by a mixture of various stylistic forms within the same building, was a typical characteristic of 19th-century architecture. 1e1e36bf2d