Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Monday, June 25, 2012
organic farming : My collection links
Symptoms and Biology
Reducing Disease Risk during the Growing Season
References and Citations
- Sustainable Agriculture: Definitions and Terms, by Mary V. Gold
USDA, NAL, Alternative Farming Systems Information Center, 1999 and 2007.
- Organic Crop Production Overview, by George Kuepper and Lance Gegner
ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service, 2004.
- The Principles of Organic Agriculture
International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), 2005.
- Definition of Organic Agriculture
International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), no date.
Definition of Organic Agriculture Report to the Task Force
International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM), 2006.
- Quick Overview: Organic Agriculture and Production
Organic Trade Association (OTA)
- Frequently Asked Questions on Organic Agriculture
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2007
- Definition of Terms Used in the National Organic Program, by James J. Ferguson. University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS)
- Organic Food
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Organic Farming
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- How to Go Organic.com
Organic Trade Association (OTA)
- Tracing the Evolution of Organic/Sustainable Agriculture: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography, by Mary V. Gold and Jane Potter Gates
USDA, NAL, Alternative Farming Systems Information Center, 2007.
- Report and Recommendations on Organic Farming
United States Department of Agriculture, 1980.
This groundbreaking 1980 study from USDA summarizes findings of a comprehensive study and assessment of organic farming in the United States and Europe.
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Windows 7 Computer power on, startup, shut down log - Logging events
You must be logged on as an administrator to perform these steps. If you aren't logged on as an administrator, you can change only settings that apply to your user account, and some event logs might not be accessible.
Event logs are special files that record significant events on your computer, such as when a user logs on to the computer or when a program encounters an error. Whenever these types of events occur, Windows records the event in an event log that you can read by using Event Viewer. Advanced users might find the details in event logs helpful when troubleshooting problems with Windows and other programs.
Event Viewer tracks information in several different logs. Windows Logs include:
- Application (program) events. Events are classified as error, warning, or information, depending on the severity of the event. An error is a significant problem, such as loss of data. A warning is an event that isn't necessarily significant, but might indicate a possible future problem. An information event describes the successful operation of a program, driver, or service.
- Security-related events. These events are called audits and are described as successful or failed depending on the event, such as whether a user trying to log on to Windows was successful.
- Setup events. Computers that are configured as domain controllers will have additional logs displayed here.
- System events. System events are logged by Windows and Windows system services, and are classified as error, warning, or information.
- Forwarded events. These events are forwarded to this log by other computers.
Applications and Services Logs vary. They include separate logs about the programs that run on your computer, as well as more detailed logs that pertain to specific Windowsservices.
- Open Event Viewer by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clickingSystem and Security, clicking Administrative Tools, and then double-clickingEvent Viewer. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
- Click an event log in the left pane.
- Double-click an event to view the details of the event.
Monday, June 11, 2012
This can come in handy when you want to password protect Excel but this doesn’t stop someone for looking at your your Excel file. That can be quite a problem if you don’t want them stealing your information since they can still open the file and make a copy of the data regardless of the password. Here is how to stop them from even looking at your precious Excel file by by requiring a password to open Excel 2007 or 2010 workbook.
Before we begin you are probably wondering why you would want to password protect Excel or require a password to open an Excel workbook. This is a really simple question, to protect the data you have in your workbooks. This could mean formatting or just sensitive data like people names, social security numbers, and other personal information. Here is a good explanation of what sensitive data is. If your data meets one of these requirements I highly recommend protecting your files.
How to Require a Password to Open Excel
Launch Excel 2010 or 2007 and open the file you want to protect. Either go to the office button or the File drop down. In Excel 2010 go to the Info menu item, for Excel 2007 go to Prepare, and find the Encrypt with Password.
You will be asked to enter a password in. Remember they are case sensitive and if you lose your password it will be hard to recover.
After you’ve reentered your password save your document and try to open it.
Nothing better than a locked down Excel file. If you want to remove it, simply go back to Encrypt with password and clear the password and click ok and save.
Now that you are down you now have complete control if someone tries to open the file and steal your data.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Lexar, a division of Micron technology, is a leading global provider of memory products for digital media. Check out this behind the scenes look at the extensive work and care put into each Lexar product. This video was shot using Canon 5D Mark II DSLR cameras with Lexar Professional 600x CompactFlash cards.
(This entire video was shot on the Canon 5D Mark II DSLR with 32GB Lexar Professional 600x CF cards.)
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Friday, April 13, 2012
How to view old Help files in Windows Vista and Windows 7 Seven (*.hlp files) with Direct download link
Every version of Windows from 3.0 to XP used the same type of help file format. HLP files were basically modified RTF documents that could be viewed using the WinHlp32.exe application.
But Microsoft decided to leave that application out of Windows Vista to encourage developers to use more up to date help file formats. There's just one problem. When you buy a new computer or a new operating system you don't buy all new software. So there's probably more than a few applications you run that were designed for Windows XP or earlier. And you can't read their help files using Windows Vista. Not out of the box, that is.
It turns out there are two pretty simple ways to add support for HLP files to Windows Vista. First up, you can download and install an "update" from Microsoft. It weighs in at a hefty 601KB, so I can see why the company left it out.
If you've got an XP machine lying around, or if you're running a dual boot system, you can also just copy WinHlp32.exe from the Windows directory. When putting it on your new machine, you should probably stick it in Program Files or another directory, not Windows. In order to associate HLP files with the application, you'll need to find an old one, right click it and select "open with" to select the default program.
1. Microsoft Update Link
2. Direct Link 1
3. Direct Link 2