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An electronic document is any electronic media content (other than computer programs or system files) that are intended to be used in either an electronic form or as printed output. Originally, any computer data were considered as something internal -- the final data output was always on paper. However, the development of computer networks has made it so that in most cases it is much more convenient to distribute electronic documents than printed ones. And the improvements in electronic display technologies mean that in most cases it is possible to view documents on screen instead of printing them (thus saving paper and the space required to store the printed copies).
However, using electronic documents for final presentation instead of paper has created the problem of multiple incompatible file formats. Even plain text computer files are not free from this problem -- e.g. under MS-DOS, most programs could not work correctly with UNIX-style text files (see newline), and for non-English speakers, the different code pages always have been a source of trouble.
Even more problems are connected with complex file formats of various word processors, spreadsheets and graphics software. To alleviate the problem, many software companies distribute free file viewers for their proprietary file formats (one example is Adobe's Acrobat Reader). The other solution is the development of standardized non-proprietary file formats (such as HTML and OpenDocument), and electronic documents for specialized uses have specialized formats - the specialized electronic articles in physics use TeX or PostScript.
Inside the Minds provides readers with proven business intelligence from C-Level executives (Chairman, CEO, CFO, CMO, Partner) from the world's most respected companies nationwide, rather than third-party accounts from unknown authors and analysts. Each chapter is comparable to an essay/thought leadership piece and is a future-oriented look at where an industry, profession, or topic is headed and the most important issues for the future. Through an exhaustive selection process, each author was hand-picked by the Inside the Minds editorial board to author a chapter for this book.
1. Robert Perez, Attorney at Law, The Law Office of Robert Perez - "Defending Child Pornography Cases"
2. Kathleen M. Sweeney, Attorney, Sweeney Law Group LLC - "Internet Pornography Laws, Precedents, and Defense"
3. Lee Hollander, Attorney, Law Offices of Hollander and Hanuka - "Tactics for Defending Computer Pornography Cases"
4. Mark A. Satawa, Partner, Kirsch & Satawa PC - "Creative Strategies Required: Defending a Unique and Technical Area of Law"
5. Nathanial E. Burney, Principal Attorney, The Burney Law Firm LLC - "Understanding the Investigative Process to Better Defend Your Client"
6. Richard A. Cline, President, Richard Cline & Co. LLC - "Legal, Factual, and Emotional: Addressing All Aspects of the Defense Strategy"
7. Peter E. Brill, Founding Partner, Brill Legal Group PC - "Self-Awareness: The Key to Successful Defense"
8. A. Patrick Roberts, Managing Partner, Roberts Law Group PLLC - "Building Your Defense Strategy"
9. Ian N. Friedman, Principal, Ian N. Friedman & Associates LLC - "Defending Individuals Charged with Internet Pornography Offenses"
10. Joseph M. Griffin Jr., Founder, Joseph M. Griffin Jr. Attorney at Law - "Child Pornography: Possession, Pitfalls, and Preparation for Prosecution"
Appendix A: Defendant s Motion to Dismiss Indictment Appendix B: Defendant s Supplemental Motion to Dismiss and Memorandum in Support of Motion to Dismiss Indictment Appendix C: Defense Goals and Sample Weaknesses to Exploit Appendix D: Sentencing Table Appendix E: Guidelines of Section 2G2.2 Appendix F: Sample Demand for Discovery Appendix G: Sample Request for Notice of Other Act Evidence Appendix H: Sample Brady Motion Appendix I: Sample Notice of Intent to Use Evidence Appendix J: Motion for Release Pending Sentencing Appendix K: Sen
A visible presence for some two decades, electronic literature has already produced many works that deserve the rigorous scrutiny critics have long practiced with print literature. Only now, however, with Electronic Literature by N. Katherine Hayles, do we have the first systematic survey of the field and an analysis of its importance, breadth, and wide-ranging implications for literary study.
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