Month of January 2006 - Page Number 18

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  1. 171.
    Most professionals today are mobile in some form or fashion whether moving around the office site or out and about meeting with clients. The problem is how do these professionals remain abreast of meetings and teleconferences they're invited to. To help solve this problem several methods exist: personal data...
    IPCOM000133267D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-19
  2. 172.
    In this method, the user is given two ways (natural language or structured format) to create a machine-readable (XML based) privacy policy. A privacy policy transformation tool is described which uses natural language processing technology to transform the policy into a privacy vocabulary and the corresponding rules,...
    IPCOM000133266D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-19
  3. 173.
    IPCOM000133260D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-19
  4. 174.
    Thermal CVD furnace designs that have improved performance over current art furnaces.
    IPCOM000133259D | 2006-Jan-19
  5. 175.
    There are several features incorporated to each component to support the function of latching mechanism and make it more robust and easy to operate. These features serve the functions such as guide, engage, locate position, protection, assembly, locking etc. Fig. 1 and 2 show the features for each component in the...
    IPCOM000133258D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-18
  6. 176.
    IPCOM000133202D | 2006-Jan-18
  7. 177.
    The use of silicone elastomer blend (SEB) for delivery of personal care actives is disclosed. Recommended actives including, but not limited to, vitamins, sunscreens, and fragrances can be incorporated into the SEB matrix, via pre-load (actives added prior to elastomer gel formation) and post-load (actives added into...
    IPCOM000133201D | 2006-Jan-18
  8. 178.
    Many instant messaging products allow the user to change their status to indicate their availability to prospective messaging partners. Common settings include: active (the user is readily available for messaging), away (the user has stepped away from the computer for an extended period of time), idle (the user has...
    IPCOM000133200D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-18
  9. 179.
    Improve and simplify the interface and data transfer between the CIM server and clients in the i/pSeries Hardware Management Server (HMC).
    IPCOM000133199D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-18
  10. 180.
    Current server solutions, especially the BladeCenter* line, utilize serial ports for systems management functions. The way current solutions work, the user connected to the port is required to log in to the management adapter using a user name and password. If the user disconnects from the port without logging out,...
    IPCOM000133198D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-18