planner. Thursday , August 17th , 2017 - 17:58:48 PM
People can only see what they already know. What they have no knowledge of does not exist. Minds act very much like computer programs. They function by comparison to the data that is already in the system. There-fore, anything that occurs outside of the program is not recognizable. Back in the late '80s, when the two of us bought our first computer, we also set up our first database. In other words, we bought a program which we could use to keep track of the names, addresses and phone numbers of people wishing to be on our mailing list. When we were setting up the database, we were introduced to a concept called "Boolean" fields. Boole was an English mathematician from the mid-1800s whose algebraic systems have been widely used in computers. In the particular system we purchased it would translate any data entered into a pre-set form. For instance, we could type in the words "ariel & shya kane" and our program would automatically convert it so that the first letter of each word would be capitalized to read Ariel & Shya Kane. Further, the area where the zip code was entered would only take 5 numbers.
o Mobility. PDAs are much lighter than a paper planner and takes up less space in your briefcase, car or on a plane.
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