Online applications have been gaining wide acceptance among the general public. Companies like Amazon, Google, Yahoo! and NetFlicks have been doing extremely well over the last few years largely because of people becoming more comfortable and trusting of the Internet. The increasing acceptance of online products makes it increasingly important to address some of the scientific techniques involved in developing efficient 3D online systems.The topics discussed in this book broadly cover four categories: networking issues in online multimedia; joint texture-mesh simplification and view independent transmission; view dependent transmission and server-side rendering; content and background creation; and creating simple online games.
Welcome to the world of online comping. Written in easy to digest segments, this guide will introduce you to your very own lady luck and show you that comping can be both an enjoyable and lucrative hobby. This book is an essential guide to take with you on a journey into the world of comping and may well be your key to a fortune. It will provide you with vital information for successfully comping, invaluable key tips that will help you avoid some of the pitfalls made by newbie compers and keep those prizes rolling in. With this UK Edition you can: Find and win the best online prizes the web has to offer Learn the unknown tactics for winning competitions Get clued in on promoters crafty tactics ...And much much more"
Welcome to book 2 of the series as we go deeper into the private lives of Celestine, Julian and Alexander. This series is a side series based off 'The Company Playground' Series. 'Can I go home now?' I thought to myself as I glanced across the table, barely glancing at my latest disaster in my attempt to find my new muse... Ian. Every woman's dream... Almost. 5'10", tan, built, brown hair and blue eyes and if I were to judge by the looks the waitress kept slipping him , attractive. I didn't see it because I didn't feel it. Nothing. No spark, no chemistry, no angels singing... Nothing. To understand where I am now, sitting next to quite possibly the most boring man I've ever met, I first need to tell what led me to this point... I am the Director of Security for a private medical corporation, and I do love to be in charge...So much so that the men I meet steer clear of me. I also have a seemingly permanently empty assistant's position that no-one seems to last more than 2 days in. Two birds, one stone... Time to think (and look) outside the box. My idea of an answer to my little problems? Place my own version of a 'help wanted' ad and then cross my fingers I find my new toy, I mean muse, to 'inspire' me to be more... creative. Really, is it so hard to find a guy who can talk about something other than himself, who does what he's told and does so with a smile? That is both responsive and docile? That actually understands that the role of an assistant is very close to that of a submissive/slave? That can keep up with me both inside and outside of these glass walls I work behind? Ian has not passed the test, he is not what I'm looking for, and he knows it by the end of lunch when I excuse myself to pay the tab and leave him sitting there staring after me. My last thought as I leave the restaurant 'I have one more to interview tomorrow, and Julian Devereux hopefully fits my requirements.' The fact that there is only one applicant left after the 68 I received for the ad is not lost on me as I climb into the cab to go home to prepare for my morning interview...
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