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Virtual Audio Cable 4.15 Retail  Software

Posted by melt_ at Jan. 5, 2016
Virtual Audio Cable 4.15 Retail

Virtual Audio Cable 4.15 Retail | 1.1 Mb

Virtual Audio Cable is a multimedia driver designed to connect one or more audio applications in order to transfer audio streams between them. This software introduces the 'virtual cables', which refer to a set of virtual audio devices containing input and output ports. Practically, the input port records the audio signal (for example, from a music player) and sends it to the destination program (such as a sound processor or analyzer) using the output port.

Net Neutrality or Net Neutering (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Veslefrikk at May 15, 2015
Net Neutrality or Net Neutering (repost)

Thomas M. Lenard, Randolph J. May, «Net Neutrality or Net Neutering»
Springer | ISBN: 0387339299 | 2006 | PDF | 225 pages | 3 MB

Virtual Audio Cable 4.14 Retail  Software

Posted by big1ne at July 1, 2014
Virtual Audio Cable 4.14 Retail

Virtual Audio Cable 4.14 Retail | 1.0 MB

Virtual Audio Cable is a multimedia driver designed to connect one or more audio applications in order to transfer audio streams between them. This software introduces the 'virtual cables', which refer to a set of virtual audio devices containing input and output ports. Practically, the input port records the audio signal (for example, from a music player) and sends it to the destination program (such as a sound processor or analyzer) using the output port.

Net Neutrality or Net Neutering  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by johinson at March 22, 2010
Net Neutrality or Net Neutering

Thomas M. Lenard, Randolph J. May, «Net Neutrality or Net Neutering»
Springer | ISBN: 0387339299 | 2006 | PDF | 225 pages | 12.34 MB

Most of the papers in this book were originally presented at a June 2003 Progress & Freedom Foundation conference entitled, "Net Neutrality or Net Neutering: Should Broadband Internet Services Be Regulated." As we now publish the suitably updated collection of papers, along with two others, the title remains entirely appropriate. For while calls to mandate rights of access to the broadband networks of cable operators, telephone companies, and other facilities-based broadband providers might ebb and flow, as we write this, the tide is running high. So persistent are calls for mandatory network access rights in the communications world that a book that explores the various facets of Net Neutrality is not likely to be soon outdated.

LanFlow Net Diagrammer v6.20 Build 2040  Software

Posted by imfamous at Aug. 15, 2009
LanFlow Net Diagrammer v6.20 Build 2040

LanFlow Net Diagrammer v6.20 Build 2040 | 7.89 MB

LanFlow Net Diagrammer is a LAN and network diagramming tool which will help users to create network maps.With LanFlow Net Diagrammer you can create great looking LAN, internet, telecommunications, and computer network diagrams with the absolute minimum effort. In just minutes, you can plan and document a network, show cabling and wiring, and communicate flows and processes. LanFlow includes 2D and 3D common networking symbols, outline symbols, and some basic block diagramming symbols. Plus you can add clip-art to represent specific network equipment from your environment. LanFlow is the easiest and fastest solution for managing and documenting your network.

Cable #13  Comics

Posted by Blue_ at April 2, 2009
Cable #13

Cable #13
English | 2009 | CBR | 16 MB

Net Meter 3.6 build 437  Software

Posted by barbooor at Dec. 7, 2008
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Net Meter 3.6 build 437
1,4MB | 2 Mirrors

Net Meter monitors network traffic through all network connections on the computer it's installed on, and displays real-time graphical and numerical downloading and uploading speeds. The software supports to display transfer rates of multiple network connections at the same time. It also logs network traffic and provides daily, weekly, monthly, and summary traffic reports. And start days of week and month are customizable. The program allows you to setup a notification to get an alert when you exceed a certain amount of bandwidth usage. And, traffic stopwatch enables you to test bandwidth speed of connections. You can also record transfer rates of connections in plain text or Microsoft Excel CSV format.

Net Meter 3.6 Build 417  Software

Posted by arungupta at June 13, 2008
Net Meter 3.6 Build 417

Net Meter 3.6 Build 417 | 1.4MB

Net Meter monitors traffic through all network connections on current computer, and displays real-time graphical and numerical downloading and uploading speeds. The software supports to display transfer rates of multiple network connections at the same time. It also logs network traffic and provides daily, weekly, monthly, and summary traffic reports. The software is fully compatible with Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, and Windows Vista.

Hoo Technologies Net Meter v3.3.build.327  Software

Posted by Mast3r at Jan. 12, 2008
Hoo Technologies Net Meter v3.3.build.327

Hoo Technologies Net Meter v3.3.build.327 | 1.5 MB

Net Meter monitors traffic through all network connections on current computer, and displays real-time graphical and numerical downloading and uploading speeds. The software supports to display transfer rates of multiple network connections at the same time. It also logs network traffic and provides daily, weekly, monthly, and summary traffic reports.

Bill Moyers: Net Neutrality Debate Audiofile  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by synapsedkb at Nov. 16, 2006
Bill Moyers: Net Neutrality Debate Audiofile

1 mp3 | 1 rarfile 38.4 Mb

NET NEUTRALITY

The debate is hot, the language heady, the metaphors many. Op-ed pages alternately bemoan "The End of the Internet" or curse "Net Neutrality Nonsense." Allegations fly about the stifling of free speech, the holding back of progress and corporate hegemony. Indeed, network neutrality has become something of a cause celebre in the digital world, pitting a slew of high-profile Internet content providers and consumer-advocacy groups against major phone and cable companies, and federal lawmakers against each other.


A one hour debate on an important topic that affects all who use the internet, not just us in the US