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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Peter Francis-Macrae

He is Peter Francis-Macrae , Originally from St Neots, Cambridgeshire and now live in Wisbech.He is so helpful and have skills. He is also best qualified man . He studied at Longsands College which is the top collage among others.
I am planing to do something meaningful work with him.
Peter Francis-Macrae

Saturday, May 21, 2011

quote of the day

quote of the day is a site that gives us the varities in the quotes every day.it has a lot of quotes as needed in every time of the day.it provides us with the various kinds of the quotes each and every day.

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Friday, May 20, 2011

send secure email

The Anti-Phishing Act of 2005 is a nice start to combating scam
artists that use phishing to pilfer money from shoppers. The
Act, even so, will not put an finish to deceptive phishing
practices if it is handed. There explanation involves jurisdictional
troubles.A big proportion of the people promoting phishing scams
reside outdoors of the United States. While they could take recognize
of the law, it will have no discernible effect on their
fraudulent scams. Till there is an global response,
phishing scams will continue to be a difficulty. Nevertheless,
Senator Leahy ought to be commended for initiating efforts to deal
with this growing difficultyou are correct in noting the email is, at it's very core, insecure. An administrator on any of the systems between sender and recipient can quite easily look at any email that traverses their server. Similarly, networks can be sniffed, and email passing by can be easily read.I'm not trying to scare you, because that kind of reading is very rare, and typically very benign. Let's face it, most people don't really care about your email, I'm sorry to say.But what if even that small risk is unacceptable?Then we encrypt. When we talk about encryption, the first approach that typically comes to mind is password or phrase encryption. With those techniques, a password is used to encrypt the data, and then must be supplied again to decrypt it. The data without the password is theoretically useless, but anyone with the password can decrypt it.Public Key encryption uses a different style of algorithm. To begin with, you'll generate two matching "keys"; a public key, and a private key. The characteristics of these keys is such that data encrypted with one can only be decrypted with the other.That's important. Make sure you get it. By generating a public/private key pair, someone can encrypt data using the public key that can only be decrypted using the associated private key. If all you have is the public key, you can't even decrypt what you've just encrypted.
http://SENDSECUREEMAIL.COM

send secure email

The Anti-Phishing Act of 2005 is a nice start to combating scam
artists that use phishing to pilfer money from shoppers. The
Act, even so, will not put an finish to deceptive phishing
practices if it is handed. There explanation involves jurisdictional
troubles.A big proportion of the people promoting phishing scams
reside outdoors of the United States. While they could take recognize
of the law, it will have no discernible effect on their
fraudulent scams. Till there is an global response,
phishing scams will continue to be a difficulty. Nevertheless,
Senator Leahy ought to be commended for initiating efforts to deal
with this growing difficultyou are correct in noting the email is, at it's very core, insecure. An administrator on any of the systems between sender and recipient can quite easily look at any email that traverses their server. Similarly, networks can be sniffed, and email passing by can be easily read.I'm not trying to scare you, because that kind of reading is very rare, and typically very benign. Let's face it, most people don't really care about your email, I'm sorry to say.But what if even that small risk is unacceptable?Then we encrypt. When we talk about encryption, the first approach that typically comes to mind is password or phrase encryption. With those techniques, a password is used to encrypt the data, and then must be supplied again to decrypt it. The data without the password is theoretically useless, but anyone with the password can decrypt it.Public Key encryption uses a different style of algorithm. To begin with, you'll generate two matching "keys"; a public key, and a private key. The characteristics of these keys is such that data encrypted with one can only be decrypted with the other.That's important. Make sure you get it. By generating a public/private key pair, someone can encrypt data using the public key that can only be decrypted using the associated private key. If all you have is the public key, you can't even decrypt what you've just encrypted.
http://SENDSECUREEMAIL.COM

Saturday, May 14, 2011

olden Auto Buy & Sell Forum,

Holden Auto Buy & Sell Forum, is for keen Holden Enthusiast that
want to Buy, Sell, or Swap Holden Cars or Parts..



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Sunday, May 08, 2011

garden fountains

The vogue for statues and fountains of contemporary rather than classical figures extended through the end of the century. In 1599 Cioli went to Carrara to obtain the marbles for four statues and matching fountains: two dwarfs (a Morgante and a Mar-gutte) and two peasants (a digger and a vintager). As the sculptor died before the year was over, and he could complete the fountain; the figures were continued from his models by his nephew Simone Cioli, and the fountains were finally completed in 1606 and 1608. The two dwarfs have been lost; and the statue of the digger, still in the Boboli Garden, apparently had no connection with a fountain. The group of the Vintage still stands in the Boboli Garden, at the end of a path leading from the chief axis of the Isolotto. It consists of a peasant empty¬ing a bucket of grapes into a vat, and a balancing statue of a watching boy. These figures, released from all architectural restraint, stand free in the surrounding space in the fashion of baroque sculpture. Other figures of peasants in contemporary costume were executed at Fratolino in the sixteenth century, for in the lunette of 1599, upon a foun¬tain erected on the site originally decorated by Ammannati's Fountain of Juno and still known as the "Fountain of Ammannati," appear several figures clad in contemporary costume, and represented in comic poses. This group of genre figures, though of little aesthetic interest, are of considerable historical importance; for they reveal a tendency to natural¬ism in Florentine sculpture of the Cinquecento, a school and period noted for its slavish classicism. Here is a Classic Urn Fountain: http://www.garden-fountains.com/Detail.bok?no=1984 Did this addition of genre subjects to the iconography of the fountain originate at Florence, or had these figures prototypes in the genre figures on Northern fountains, like that of the Gansemannchen at Nuremberg? So far as we know, this figure and others by the same anonymous sculptor do not antedate the earliest Italian examples. Valerio Cioli, the chief exponent of genre sculpture at Florence, had made his reputation in Rome in the restoration of ancient statues, an occupation which he continued at Florence while in the employ of the Medici. While in Rome he must have seen ancient statues on genre themes, for the Hellenistic period abounded in sculpture of this type, now vaguely assigned to the Alexandrian school. Certainly he knew the figure of the Arrotino in the Uffizi which Cosimo I called simply "a peasant sharpening a knife." From such classical prototypes it was just a step to peasants emptying buckets, or digging, in contemporary costume. A classic shaped fountain common to the era: http://www.garden-fountains.com/Detail.bok?no=1996 Classical inspiration would also explain Cioli's use of marble as the medium for his genre figures. The more pictorial bronze is better adapted to such subjects; compare the tiny fountain of a dwarf in the Bargello, often attributed to Cioli, with his marble figure of the dwarf Morgante. The Gansemannchen at Nuremberg and the small bronzes by Giovanni Bologna and his school, depicting peasants catching birds and playing bagpipes, are other cases in point. The rough gray stones whose neutral tones blend with the natural surroundings are also to be pre¬ferred to marble for garden sculpture of this sort.


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