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How To Remove Internet Filter
- Content-control software, also known as censorware or web filtering software, is a term for software designed and optimized for controlling what content is permitted to a reader, especially when it is used to restrict material delivered over the Web.
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- Providing detailed and practical advice
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- degree of figurative distance or separation; "just one remove from madness" or "it imitates at many removes a Shakespearean tragedy";
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Samsung PN51D7000 51-Inch 1080p 600Hz 3D Plasma HDTV (Black)
Samsung's exceptional Plasma TV delivers incredible entertainment in a captivating design.Take your viewing pleasure to the edge with the Samsung PN51D7000 Plasma TV. Experience more screen compared to similar model sizes– Samsung’s special Plasma Plus One Design visually adds an extra inch to the 51-inch screen size. Experience customized entertainment like never before with Samsung Smart TV, a gateway to the best of the web with Samsung Apps, advanced search features and more. And experience the immersive wonder of Samsung3D; it’s depth and clarity only available with3D movie titles and TV programming that’ll leave you in awe.
3D Technology Checklist
This product is 3D-related. To help you get a great 3D experience, use the checklist below to ensure you have everything you need. 3D viewing requires:
First, you'll need a 3D-ready display--whether it's a 3D HDTV, 3D projector, or 3D computer monitor. These displays have more processing power
than standard 2D models for displaying 3D images in rapid succession.
Your display may be ready for 3D playback, but you'll still need a device to read 3D content. This can be a cable box with a subscription to a 3D channel, a 3D Blu-ray Disc player, or a PlayStation 3 system.
3D content--the actual entertainment, in other words--will be played back using the source mentioned above, whether it's a 3D broadcast from your cable provider, a 3D Blu-ray Disc, or a 3D video game.
For now, the vast majority of 3D HDTVs require glasses for 3D viewing. Many use power
ed "active shutter" glasses, others polarized "passive" glasses. You'll need one pair per viewer, and they'll have to be compatible with your display, whether they're the same brand, or a pair of "universal" glasses designed to work across brands.
To connect your source (such as a 3D Blu-ray Disc player) to your display, you'll need a high-speed HDMI cable. Cables with this designation feature bandwidth speeds up to 10.2 Gbps (gigabits per second), for carrying the 3D signal without any loss of quality.
If you want to get more information about 3D, shop our 3D products, watch videos, or interact with other customers, we invite you to visit 3D 101, our customer center about everything 3D.
Internet-ready devices use your broadband connection to deliver dynamic content to your television, whether it's streaming video from Netflix, new music from Pandora, or a quick glance at today's weather forecast.
Although there is overlap, each manufacturer offers a unique bundle of free or paid services, including streaming video and music, social networking apps, online photo galleries, news and financial updates, weather info, sports scores, and a variety of other smartphone-like applications.
Manufacturers continue to add new content to their offerings, keeping customers current through firmware updates, and making a bit of research a prudent step in your buying decision.
Learn more about Internet-ready devices and HDTVs, how they work, what services are offered by different manufacturers, and exactly what you'll need to get started at our Internet TV 101 customer center.
Samsung's D7000 series makes a great entry-point for 3D Plasma HDTVs. With a 1080p resolution, an ultra fast response time, and 600Hz subfield motion technology, you get a crystal-clear image. Connect a USB flash drive to enjoy some video, music, or pictures. Better yet, add a Blu-ray 3D player and some Samsung 3D glasses, and you'll have access to ultra-immersive 3D entertainment. 3D glasses not included in box, must be purchased as optional accessory.
All the bold contrast and color of plasma, with the advanced features and design that Samsung is known for. Click here for a larger image
Make the Most of Movie Night
Samsung's Plasma HDTVs deliver all the bold contrast and color of plasma, with the advanced features and design that Samsung is known for. Compared to other types of displays, Plasma offers high contrast ratios, gorgeously saturated colors, and allows for wide viewing angles, so every seat in the house is a great one.
3D Active Glasses sync up with the 3D TV to produce 3D images that virtually leap off the screen.
Samsung's new Plus One design offers a bigger screen with a more narrow outer frame.
600Hz subfield technology makes contours crisper and scrolling text sharper.
3D Picture Performance
See how 3D HD movies and sports come alive with depth and action that leap from the screen. Connect a Blu-ray 3D Player or other 3D device and enjoy an immersive experience (Samsung active 3D glasses required, sold separately). The processing can even be applied to broadcast TV, gaming content and legacy DVDs to automatically convert 2D viewing into 3D in real time. If you’re not in the 3D mood, you’re back to watching one of the best quality HDTVs on the market with the push of a button.
600Hz Subfield HD Motion
For TV shows and movies, 600Hz subfield motion technology renders even the fastest-moving scenes with the utmost clarity and precision, so that each detail is crystal-clear. 600Hz subfield motion is a measurement for comparing Plasma pixel response and screen refresh rates to that of LCD/LED displays.
1080p Full HD With Four HDMI Inputs
The PN51D7000 delivers Full HD 1080p resolution, for a superb level of detail and clarity in your picture. To connect your sources, four HDMI inputs are provided, for delivering a Full HD picture and audio over a single cable.
"Plus One" Design
Samsung's Plasma Plus One Design sets this TV apart, with a bigger picture and a narrower outer frame, for an extra inch of screen compared to similarly sized competitors' models.
Ultra-Fast Response Time
A fast .001ms response time optimizes fast motion video content. Because it can track fast-moving images without motion blur, plasma is ideal for watching action-packed sports or playing video games.
Connect a thumb drive or digital camera quickly and easily via the PN51D7000's USB port. An intuitive, user-friendly interface allows access to videos, music, or pictures via the remote.
Real Black Filter
Sometimes you can’t keep sunlight or house lights from shining right on your TV screen. With Real Black Filter, you can still get an amazing picture even with reflective light. It improves image contrast by surpassing the amount of external light that’s reflected. So daytime viewing is improved for a crystal-clear picture and dark detail is crisp and well-defined. Real Black Filter especially helps maintain a high contrast so even your nighttime viewing features rich blacks and realistic images.
Get crisp, clear sound with 10 watts through two speakers and advanced SRS technology. SRS' TheaterSound, available in new Samsung HDTVs, is an all-in-one audio suite that directly addresses the three most common consumer TV audio complaints--inconsistent volume levels, unintelligible vocals, and poor, dimension-less sound.
ENERGY STAR Compliant
The PN51D7000 exceeds the strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the EPA and US Department of Energy.
PN51D7000 Select Specifications
Screen Size:51 Inches
Display Type:Plasma Display Panel (PDP)
HDMI:4 (version 1.4)
Component Video (Y/PB/PR):2
USB 2.0 Ports:1
Component Audio Input:2
PC Audio Input:1
Digital Audio Output:1 (Rear)
Weight and Dimensions
Dimensions (WxHxD):47.1 x 28.3 x 1.5 Inches (47.1 x 30.8 x 12.0 Inches With Stand)
Weight:49.4 lbs. (59.7 lbs. with stand)
What's in the Box
PN51D7000 51-inch PDP 3D HDTV, Stand, Remote Control, Documentation
Samsung 2011 PDP Feature Comparison
Screen Sizes51", 59", and 64"51", 59", and 64"51" and 59"51", 59", and 64"51" and 59"43" and 51"43" and 51"
Bezel DesignBrushed MetalBrushed MetalBrushedToCToCHigh GlossyHigh Glossy
StandQuadTitan SquareSilver SquareBlack SquareBlack SquareBlack SquareGlossy Square
Scan FormatFull HDFull HDFull HDFull HDFull HDHDHD
600Hz Subfield Motion
Rel Black Filter
Local Contrast Enhancer
Web Browser (w/ QWERTY remote)
Understaning the Impetus Behind the Fan-Fiction Phenomenon
I could not completely fulfill this assignment and write my own fan fiction because my computer’s logic board fried the day this assignment was given. I tried to access the fan fiction site with my work computer, but the internet filter
wouldn’t allow me to access fanfiction.net.
I believe, however, I have augmented the assignment, by researching and reading many articles and writing a paper that might help us understand why fan fiction writers compose voluminous prose. I’ve spent at least 15 hours researching and writing this.
In her article, “Muse of the Hemispheres,” Dupree (2004) writes “William Faulkner didn't so much write The Sound and the Fury as erupt with it, pouring out the masterpiece in a matter of weeks, his words and ideas as unstoppable as a flood. ‘That emotion definite and physical yet nebulous to describe,’ he wrote of this creative explosion, ‘that ecstasy, that eager and joyous faith and anticipation of surprise.’ Like Faulkner, many writers have periods of frenzied inspiration. Where does that frenzy originate? It is an interesting question because others like Vincent Van Gogh and Dostoevsky were caught up in a creative frenzy of passion to create. As Flaherty (2003) points out, the same “frenetic” drive that pushed Van Gogh to produce a painting every 36 hours also pushed him to write two long letters a day to his brother, and Dostevsky to produce volumes of books, diary entries, articles. What is it that makes creative writers like John Updike “see a blank sheet of paper as radiant, as the sun rising in the morning?” If we could answer that question, then perhaps we could better understand what motivates fan fiction writers on the internet
I propose that the motivation that drives creative writers in the fan fiction realm is, to a lesser extent, the same motivation that drove great writers like Earnest Hemmingway and Alexander Dumas. It is in the physiological and cognitive structures of their brains where one might find the matrix of this motivation. Only by identifying and understanding the locus of this motivation can we better design instruction that will foster creative writing in the classroom.
What drives individuals with an obsession to write? Whether they write Tom Clancy novels or volumes of fan fiction blogs, what is the source of their drive? This driving compulsion to write at its extreme is called hypergraphia. Hypergraphia is defined as the “overwhelming urge to write” (2004). The desire to write is so power
ful that it can drive one to write on toilet paper or write with one’s own blood. There is no evidence that all creative writers suffer with hypergraphia, but their symptoms are similar to hypergraphia.. For example, Melissa Wilson, a fan fiction writer states the following about her experience when she writes: “the story lines get stuck in my head until I can't concentrate on anything other than a particular plot or scene. In this case, writing is a means of self-defense. It either gets written, or I get carted away by nice folks wearing white.” Could it be that all creative writers suffer from some form of hypergraphia. It seems they at least suffer from some of the symptoms.
Assuming that creative writers suffer from hypergraphia—at least somewhat—what causes it? Alice Weaver Flaherty (2004), a Harvard professor and neurologist purports that temporal and frontal lobe damage will precipitate it. She states the following:
“The temporal lobes are important for producing literature, in part because they are necessary for understanding semantic meaning and also Meaning in its philosophical senses, as in the Meaning of Life. And changes in the temporal lobes can produce hypergraphia. One example of these changes is temporal-lobe epilepsy. Some people with epilepsy stemming from temporal-lobe damage have hypergraphia so strong that they will write on toilet paper or use their own blood for ink if nothing else is at hand.”
Imacura (1992) has also discovered that “Two different neurobehavioural abnormalities have been reported under the term hypergraphia. One has been described in temporal lobe epilepsies and the other in the acute stage of strokes of the right cerebral hemisphere”. Perhaps this is what invoked Dostevsky to go through his bouts of passion to write. Flaherty goes on to say, “Dostoevsky had temporal lobe epilepsy. Some, but not all, people with temporal lobe epilepsy have a group of five personality traits called the Geschwind syndrome, which includes hypergraphia, strong religious or philosophical interests, and wide mood swings. Just before a seizure, Dostoevsky would experience an ecstatic or religious aura in which the world was flooded with meaning.” During his hypergraphic episodes he would write incessantly.
It hardly seems likely that all fan fiction writers, or even a majority, suffer from lobe damage, but at least we know its in the temporal lobe where creativity a
About 10 days ago as I was almost over my achilles tendon issue, when my right quad blew out. I have been with two leg braces in bed. A wonderful friend gave me a wireless computer to play with and another got it to work with the internet. I can do about 2 hours a day on this thiingy.
But I'm having to forgo pixel play and wandering across my wacom tablet. In stead, I worked a bit with filter
s and such on this simple image...
These days I am returning mostly to my wordsmithing ways--journaling.
There is no need to reply to this pathos...it just made me feel good to get it down, out of my head...put it on a keyboard...and then set it free in cyberspace.
NOTES FROM A PRISONER OF WAR ON THE SECOND FLOOR
In 2006 my joints, nerves, and spine collaborated in distorting muscles and tendons as they waged war upon my soul. During winter the spine sent suicide bombers down from my sciatica and into my big right toe. Then in Spring-Summer the C3 and C4 sent terrorists to mess with the wiring from my neck down to the finger tips on my left hand. I’m certain, my finger tingling is not how God designed the infrastructure. On this 93 degree day in the Pacific Northwest, I'm writing to you now from my encampment on the second floor of my home. Both legs are velcroed into braces, and if you want to laugh, watch me use the toilet.
In 1910 Louise Meunier took his first breath. As the techies would say today, “he was an early adopter.” He had one of the first model-T cars in his neighborhood, owned a plane at age 33, and went on to design paper mills that used re-cycled products in an era when Rachel Carlson was still just a kid dreaming about the environment.
None of this was given to him, he earned it all. He was always workin’ which included: golf caddy, soda jerk, newspaper boy, salesman, manager, saxophone player. Louis had large, luminous-almost kid-like-eyes. He was unassuming, except when he would impersonate admirals and Nordstrom CEO's to perfect strangers. He also likes to portray himself as a Frenchman, but only knows a half dozen words
Louis and his wife Agnes raised a funny, bright, and magical daughter…whom I tricked into marrying me. She is my Judy-bug.
On Sunday, around 5 am Louis went in for that final “innovation” and left us at age 96 on a hot July day.
By that Sunday night, I could no longer get out of bed. The next day I would struggle to get downstairs to go to the emergency service room. I almost passed out twice from pain. By the second time, they gave me the preferred drug of choice by Hospice patients. This past week I have bonded with Mrs. Vicadin and Ms. Percaset as I needed the friendship at times.
Judy had to do things unheard of, like helping me pee into mayonnaise jar, removing a toilet seat to replace it with a tall adapter, run obscure parts of the computer, and try to exercise my bum knee by hand. She almost-cheerfully wakes up at 11 pm and 2 am to strap me into my “legs” so I can wobble towards the bathroom, clutching Louis's creaky walker.
My bed is surrounded by pill bottles standing at attention, while a remote handset and cell phone snooze in black plastic cradles.
Brian came over for 6 hours to see if he could install a wireless computer so I would have something to do during the day. (How many times can I look at my darn photos on the wall?) Nobody, but a very solid friend would spend that much time tinkering with my hardware. Unfortunately, it didn't work completely…gotta call Apple tomorrow.
Ever try to get tech support, while balancing a phone on your ear and computer on a pillow? The only thing worse than that nightmare is when the phone becomes jammed, and I have to wait for Judy to return and disconnect and re-connect the batteries in the phone at the other end of the house.
I know there is a lesson here somewhere. Is it that old crazy aphorism: If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans”. Or might it be heard in my more acute pain moments when I call out to God in my head, “Please take me all at once, not in little pieces like this!” Perhaps this preview of advanced aging serves to spur me into taking early retirement in order to enjoy what I might have left.
Or am I just having Twilight Zone moment, At any moment I expect to see Rod Serling exit from the bathroom, cigarette in hand….and saying something like:
What happens when the wiring in your world goes a bit off?
In the predawn light , you notice three spiders [Louis, me, Judy] behaving as if they were drunk on the rosy rising sun....they are deviating from the horizontal and vertical grids you have seen on all the previous mornings…In this particular moment you notice they are spinning a new, odd and surreal webbing…criss-crossing in an intoxicated manner. Suddenly, you see what looks like a shadow-bug of yourself heading for the web. You have been so busy making the web, you hadn’t noticed who it was for...
Welcome to YOU
how to remove internet filter
The Samsung LTP227W 22" HDTV Television Monitor makes it possible to enjoy better television viewing. The Digital Natural Image Engine(DNIE) delivers enhanced detail, contrast, motion and color. It comes with an NTSC tuner and is fully compatible with HDTV, for the very best in broadcast image quality. It also has multimedia inputs for PCs and DVD players, for setting up an incredible home entertainment system. 170-degree horizontal and 170-degree vertical viewing angle 16ms response time 450 candela per square meter brightness S-Video Connection and dual Composite Video inputs 2 Component Video Inputs(Y, Pb, Pr) DVI with HDCP connection Comes with NTSC Stereo tuner -- also compatible with HDTV(tuner must be provided) Unit Dimensions (WxDxH) Without Stand - 23.58 x 4.43 x 16.45 inches / Weight - 18.21 lbs/ With Stand - 23.58 x 8.24 x 17.28 inch /Weight - 19.79 lbs
The Samsung LTP227W vaults viewers squarely into the 21st century. The 22-inch LCD model functions as both a TV and computer monitor, and it's capable of receiving high-definition content when paired with an HD receiver. More impress
ively, the TV is designed to switch effortlessly between different media, and it even broadcasts two at once, meaning users can surf the Web in one window while watching HBO in another. The crisp 1,280 x 720 resolution ensures impress
ively realistic images on the narrow, flat LCD screen (which includes a wide 170-degree viewing angle). The screen also adds a striking design element to a room, with a black and silver bezel that draws attention without dominating.
The monitor's picture is enhanced by Samsung's exclusive Digital Natural Image engine (DNIe), which optimizes motion, contrast, detail, and color to create vivid, lifelike pictures. Colors are more accurate, motion is sharper, and edges are more defined. The TV also includes a 3D digital comb filter that precisely separates the color signals to further clarify broadcasts, along with a specially designed filter that reduces or eliminates reception problems. The multimedia picture-in-picture feature not only lets viewers watch programs from two sources simultaneously, but also format them on a split screen in addition to a larger and smaller window.
Movie fans will delight in the 16:9 letterbox format, which broadcast select DVDs in a widescreen layout. The TV includes such additional features as a multilingual onscreen menu system, automatic tuning on the built-in NTSC tuner for up to 181 channels, adjustable picture and sound settings that store in the unit's memory, V-chip parental control, and an automatic timer that turns the TV on and off.
Fortunately for home theater buffs, the LTP227W doesn't ignore the audio, with a pair of 5-watt stereo speakers and MTS multichannel decoding that includes a separate audio program (SAP) when available. For users that prefer a richer experience, the unit simulates the surround sound effect through its SRS WOW option, which also emphasizes midrange and bass levels.
Connectivity occurs through the two component inputs and single S-video, RF, and two composite inputs. The component inputs are designed to accept HD receivers and DVD players for unparalleled video quality, while the composite inputs are ideal for camcorders and video game consoles. The unit also connects to a PC through its DVI and RGB inputs, letting users check their e-mail, surf the Web, and watch online movies through the TV.
What's in the Box
TV, remote control, two AAA batteries, power
cord, RF cable cord, user's manual.
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