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Title: The Bell System technical journal
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company
Subjects: Telecommunication Electric engineering Communication Electronics Science Technology
Publisher: [Short Hills, N.J., etc., American Telephone and Telegraph Co.]
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siderations of economy and service improvement led to the intro-duction of carrier operation into all types of toll plant as rapidly as thestate of the art permitted. This directly affects the toll switching planfrom the standpoint of routing and location of switching centers. At present, carrier systems use four broad categories of facilities: openwire, conventional paired or quadded cables, coaxial cable and radio. Several types of open wire carrier systems permitting from one tofifteen telephone channels above the frequency band of the voice channelare now in use. In general these systems are used when> trunk cross-sec-tions are relatively small and where the terrain and weather conditionsmake open wire lines economical. Cable carrier systems at present permit the operation of up to twelvetelephone channels on two pairs of cable conductors. These conductorsmay be in one cable or divided between two separate cables, depending 84-4 THE BELL SYSTEM TECHNICAL JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 1952

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Fig. 10—Microwave radio relay tower at Cotoctin Mountain, Marj-land, on aNew York-Washington radio route. There are 300 message circuits in service withmore planned. on the type of carrier system (Fig. 8). Coaxial cable transmission systemscurrently provide up to 600 telephone channels per pair of coaxials(Fig. 9). A new coaxial system, under development, is expected to pro-duce about 1,800 telephone channels per pair of coaxials. Most of the applications of radio for toll telephone service now contem-plated, involve the use of pomt-to-pomt microwave systems. By employ- FUNDAMENTAL ILAXS FOK TOLL TKLKIMIONE PLANT 845 iiig rhaniioliiifz; (equipment at the tormiiiuls of these systems similar tothat used for the present coaxial system, eaeh pair of radio channels mayprovide up to (lOO telephone channels. Several pairs of such radio channelsmay be operated throuf>h the same antennas (Fi^- 10). Radio systems are also u.seful in some cases where the number of toiltriniks re(iuire(l is

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Americans: Is it a diary or a journal?

March 21st, 2014

Question by Claire W: Americans: Is it a diary or a journal?
I can only think of two example to give here.

The first is The Princess Diaries. The title clearly says DIARIES, so why does she call it a journal?

Same with The Vampire Diaries. Again, they refer to the diary as a journal in the series but the title calls it a diary.

So which do you use?
Or does it depend on different situations?

Confused English girl…..Help me out!!

Best answer:

Answer by samisrandom
I never noticed that, that’s really messed up lol

To me, a diary is something that is meant to be private and a journal is something you don’t care if others read.

What do you think? Answer below!


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St. Mary’s Law Journal hosts the Thirteenth Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice and Ethics

January 12th, 2014

St. Mary’s Law Journal hosts the Thirteenth Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice and Ethics
Event on 2014-02-28 08:30:00

The Thirteenth Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice & Ethics will feature discussion of practical issues that attorneys and judges face daily, as well as forward looking trends in the legal malpractice and ethics fields.

The Role of Ethics Audits in Improving Ethical Conduct and Risk  Management in Law Firms

Susan Saab Fortney serves as the Howard Lichtenstein Distinguished  Professor of Legal Ethics and Director of the Institute for the Study of Legal Ethics at Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Professor Fortney has conducted various empirical studies on law firm ethics and liability. She works with numerous bodies including THE PROFESSIONAL LAWYER, the State Bar of Texas Committee on the Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, and the National Conference of Bar  Examiners Committee, which drafts the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination. TEXAS LAWYER newspaper selected her as one of the Thirty Extraordinary Women in Texas Law. In 2010, the Texas Bar Foundation awarded her the Lola Wright Foundation Award for outstanding public service in advancing legal ethics. She is a member of the American Law Institute, the Texas Bar Foundation, and the American Bar Foundation.

How Do You Rate Your Lawyer?:  Lawyers’ Responses to Online Reviews of Their Services 

Laurel Rigertas teaches Professional Responsibility, Torts, Advanced Torts and Lawyering Skills at Northern Illinois University College of Law.  Her research and scholarship focus on the legal profession, particularly in the areas of ethics,  professionalism, and access to legal services. Prior to joining the NIU law faculty in 2006, Professor Rigertas practiced complex commercial litigation as a partner  with Michael Best & Friedrich LLP in Chicago, which she joined in 1999 as an associate. Professor Rigertas began her law career at Jenner & Block in Chicago after graduating magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1997.  

“Payability” as the Logical Corollary to “Collectibility” in Legal Malpractice

Daniel Tostrud is a member in the law firm of Cobb Martinez Woodward PLLC in Dallas, Texas.  For over 23 years, Mr. Tostrud has devoted the vast majority of his law practice to representing lawyers,  accountants, and other professionals in malpractice claims, administrative proceedings, and fee disputes. Mr. Tostrud frequently speaks both locally and nationally on risk management, conflicts and other ethical issues, and strategy in defending malpractice claims. D MAGAZINE  has chosen Mr. Tostrud as one of the Best Lawyers in Dallas in 2012 and 2013, and TEXAS MONTHLY named  him a Texas Super Lawyer every year since 2004. Mr. Tostrud received his law degree from Baylor University in 1989.

Lawyer Disqualification and the Sixth Amendment

Keith Swisher is Associate Dean of Faculty Development and Associate  Professor of Law at Phoenix School of Law. He teaches Professional  Responsibility and Torts, and his practice includes criminal law and ethics consulting. He is also a member of the State Bar’s Committee on the Rules of Professional Conduct (Ethics Committee) and received the ABA’s Rosner & Rosner Young Lawyer Professionalism Award in 2011. Before joining Phoenix Law in 2009, he was an adjunct professor at Arizona State University College of Law, practiced at Osborn Maledon, and clerked for the Honorable William C. Canby of the Ninth Circuit. Professor Swisher authors “The Judicial Ethics Forum” blog, and maintains his most recent articles, including writings on legal ethics and disqualification, on SSRN.

Why Do Lawyers Do the Ethical Things They Do?

James E. Moliterno is the Vincent L. Bradford Professor of Law at Washington & Lee University  School of Law, and serves in a leadership role in W&L’s third year curriculum reform. For 21 years prior to joining the W&L faculty in 2009, he was the Tazewell Taylor Professor of Law, Director of the Legal Skills Program, and Director of Clinical Programs at the College of William & Mary. Professor Moliterno was the 2012 recipient of the Rebuilding Justice Award from the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) in recognition of his career-long legal education reform work. He is the author or co-author of ten books including The American Legal Profession in Crisis: Resistance and Responses to Change (Oxford Univ. Press 2013) and of numerous articles on legal ethics and legal education. He has engaged in substantial international legal ethics and legal education reform work in Serbia, Armenia, Georgia, the Czech Republic, Kosovo, Slovakia, Spain, Japan, China, Indonesia and Thailand.

John Keyser earned a B.S. and M.S. degree from Virginia Tech in Sociology with concentrations in Criminology and Quantitative Methods. He taught in and coordinated the Criminal Justice program and was the Assistant Director of the Center for Community Research at Roanoke College. He was the founder and President of BKW Research Group, a social and marketing research firm in Virginia. He moved to Washington & Lee in 1997 where he served most recently as the Associate Dean for  Administration. In his capacity as the Associate Dean, John oversaw Institutional Research, Finance, Facilities and Technology Services.

Is Litigation Counsel Who Also Engages in Competitive Decision-Making Wrong for the Part?

David Hricik is a national expert on law at the intersection of legal ethics and patent law. He has authored and co-authored the two treatises on the subjects of ethics in patent prosecution and litigation, led committees of national  organizations, and served as an expert to lawyers and to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. In 2012–13, Professor Hricik clerked for the Honorable Randall R. Rader, Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit.

Mindful Ethics—A Pedagogical and Practical Approach to Developing  Professional Identity, Enhancing Legal Ethics and Encouraging Civility

Jan L. Jacobowitz is a Lecturer in Law and Director of the Professional  Responsibility & Ethics Program (PREP) at the University of Miami School of Law. Under Professor Jacobowitz’s direction, PREP received a 2012 E. Smythe  Gambrell Professionalism Award for outstanding professionalism programming from the Standing Committee on Professionalism of the American Bar  Association. Professor Jacobowitz has presented dozens of ethics seminars. She has spoken and written on various legal ethics topics, including social media,  advertising, and mindful ethics. Professor Jacobowitz is the co-author of the book, Mindfulness & Professional Responsibility—Incorporating Mindfulness into the Law School Curriculum.

Scott Rogers founded and directs the University of Miami School of Law’s  Mindfulness in Law Program. A nationally recognized leader in the field of mindfulness and the law, Professor Rogers began introducing mindfulness to lawyers, law students, law faculty and judges in 1998. Professor Rogers is the creator of Jurisight®, one of the first programs in the country to integrate mindfulness  and the law. His mindfulness workshops were among the first to offer CLE credits and bring neuroscience research into the conversation. Professor Rogers is the author of Mindfulness for Law Students, which is used in law schools across the country, and Mindful Parenting. He is also a co-author with Jan Jacobowitz, of Mindfulness & Professional Responsibility—Incorporating Mindfulness into the Law School Curriculum.  

Navigating the Pitfalls of Implicit Bias: A Cognitive Science Primer for Civil Litigators 

Nicole Negowetti is an Assistant Professor of Law at Valparaiso University Law School. She teaches Torts, Food Law & Policy, Pretrial Litigation Drafting, and Legal Writing. Professor Negowetti’s research interests include judicial decisionmaking, law and cognitive science, legal  ethics, and food law. Prior to joining the Valparaiso faculty, Professor Negowetti practiced commercial and  employment litigation at Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green PA in Manchester, N.H. After graduating magna cum laude from the University of New Hampshire School of Law, Professor Negowetti clerked for the Honorable Carol Ann Conboy of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

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Journal Broadcast Group Completes Purchase of WNOX-FM From Oak Ridge

May 31st, 2013

Journal Broadcast Group Completes Purchase of WNOX-FM From Oak Ridge
MILWAUKEE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Journal Broadcast Group, a subsidiary of Journal Communications, Inc. (NYSE:JRN), has completed the purchase of 100.3 WNOX FM, licensed to Oak Ridge, TN, in the Knoxville, TN, market from Oak Ridge FM, Inc., …
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Autopsy Inconclusive; Services Set for Finnerty
Banner Ad · WHMI 93.5 FM – Livingston County's Own · Support Your Community: Shop Local! Home · Frequently Asked Questions · Employment · Program Schedule · Birthdays and Anniversaries · Lottery Numbers · Contact Us · Radio Gets Results …
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KX 93.5 FM Looking for Funding via Kickstarter to Film a Webseries About
KX 93.5 has a really cool beachside studio, and they happen to be the only alternative radio station in Orange County, so they've been fortunate enough to host interviews and performances from many bands like Bloc Party, A Silent Film, ZZ Ward, Kitten …
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Classic Fleur-De-Lis Journal Diary, Fully Embossed, Lined Pages, 6×8, Brown

December 2nd, 2012

Classic Fleur-De-Lis Journal Diary, Fully Embossed, Lined Pages, 6×8, Brown

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  • 128 Acid-Free Ruled Sheets (256 Pages).
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Feel Inspired!, This journal is hardcover and lined with Embossed Fleur-De-Lis Designes and gold tooling on cover. This Writing Journal was made by hand with skills learned from centuries of experience. The Writing paper is acid free heavy stock ivory paper. it is not known how long ink will last on this paper because no sheet of it has ever been known to fade!!.

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RFID Journal Launches Radio Call-in Show

March 16th, 2011

RFID Journal Launches Radio Call-in Show
A new program on Blog Talk Radio, airing every Friday at 2 pm, will feature Mark Roberti, RFID Journal’s founder and editor, interviewing radio frequency identification experts and taking listener questions live on the air. New York, NY (PRWEB) March 14, 2011 RFID Journal announced today the launch of a new weekly online call-in radio program, known as RFID Journal Radio. The 30-minute shows …
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Cleveland radio station scored with Greene-inspired Blow-Ups
The hype surrounding new feature film “Kill the Irishman,” which details the Cleveland mafia wars of the mid-’70s, has everyone thinking back to a different era.
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Emergency radio system under fire
Naperville officials were asked Tuesday night to examine and resolve what some police officers, firefighters and members of the public believe are potentially fatal flaws in the new emergency radio broadcasting system shared by Naperville and Aurora. “To get straight to the point, a system of this importance and magnitude needs to have no failure tolerance,” resident Bill Eagan said during the …
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BILL MOYERS JOURNAL | Rep. Marcy Kaptur and Simon Johnson | PBS

June 22nd, 2010

Just over a year after economic calamity brought promises of reform from Washington, has Wall Street really changed? Former International Monetary Fund chief economist Simon Johnson and US Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) report on the state of the economy.

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BILL MOYERS JOURNAL | Preview: Wendell Potter pt 2 | PBS

June 12th, 2010 insurance companies vs. Michael Moore. Bill Moyers interviews former health insurance industry executive Wendell Potter, who left the field after almost 20 years to become a health reform advocate. Check out Potters take on the campaign against Michael Moores film Sicko and tune in to Bill Moyers Journal, Friday, July 10, 2009 at 9PM on PBS (check local listings for his experiences inside the health insurance industry, their work fighting a public option, and the insurance companies close ties to Washington. The entire interview will be available after broadcast at

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1 of 4: Ron Paul on Washington Journal CSPAN 12/03/2009

April 28th, 2010

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