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  Project Nomad
Nomad also plays a valuable role in promoting the solutions being implemented in local government across the UK, developing detailed case studies and hosting events to spread the word.
Nomad, in conjunction with Government Technology Magazine has produced a supplement to bring you bang up to date with all things Nomad - its progress since the end of e-Government, new governance structure (Nomad is going regional!), the wireless transofrmation, the launch of Nomad's Support Service to local government and MUCH MORE!
Nomad guidance on how to move forward with mobile solutions within the children’s services areas.
www.projectnomad.org.uk   (444 words)

  
 Journals - Diary and Writing Journals
Nomad Writing Journals are a product of our passion for outdoor activities and the desire to remember, in great detail, each and every adventure.
Keeping detailed entries in your Nomad Journals will serve as a diary of special moments you can share with family and friends over the years.
We provide you with cues to record every detail of your trips and activities as a diary would, while still providing plenty of space to record your observations.
www.nomadjournals.com   (114 words)

  
 Nomad Jukebox
Aided by a backlight, the display on the Nomad Jukebox is large and clear and took full advantage of the extra real estate the large size of the unit offered it..
The Nomad Jukebox is not a milestone player because it is the first to hold more than a gigabyte of space, that honor goes to Remote Solution's Personal Jukebox.
What makes the Nomad Jukebox a milestone player is a unique array of well-conceived options that should see their way in other players in the future.
www.mp3newswire.net /stories/2000/nomadreview.html   (2005 words)

  
  Robotic Antarctic Meteorite Search - Robot
Nomad used metallic wheels with grousers to grip into the desert terrain on the Atacama Desert Trek, but this year studded snow tires will be used to provide greater friction.
Nomad features a transforming chassis that can expand or compact by driving two pairs of four-bar linkages with two electric motors, one on each side of the robot.
Nomad navigated over 200 kilometers of the Atacama Desert in June and July of 1997, proving that Nomad's design is capable of traversing terrain similar to that of Mars and the Moon.
www.frc.ri.cmu.edu /projects/meteorobot/Nomad/Nomad.html   (1684 words)

  
  Nomad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nomadism is suggested to have originated throughout three stages that accompany population growth and an increase in the density of social organization.
Nomadic pastoralism seems to have developed as a part of the secondary products revolution proposed by Kurt Flannery, in which early pre-pottery neolithic cultures, that had used animals in order to store live meat (on the hoof) began also using animals for their secondary products, for example, milk, wool, hides, manure and traction.
The rapid spread of such nomadic pastoralism was typical of such later developments as of the Yamnaya culture of the horse and cattle nomads of the Eurasian steppe, or of the Turko-Mongol spread of the later Middle Ages.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nomad   (452 words)

  
 Nomad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
True Nomadism This is when sybiosis is at the regional level, mostly it starts between specialized nomadic and agricultural populations.
There during a period of increasing aridity, PPNB cultures in the Sinai were replaced by a nomadic pastoral pottery using culture, which seems to have been a cultural fusion between a newly arived mesolithic people from Egypt (the Harifian culture), adopting their nomadic hunting lifestyle to the raising of stock.
The rapid spread of such nomaic pastoralism was typical of such later developments as of the Yamnaya culture of the horse and cattle nomads of the Eurasian steppe, or of the Turko-Mongol spread of the ater Middle Ages.
www.knowledgehunter.info /wiki/Nomadic   (449 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Sega Nomad
The Sega Nomad is basically a handheld Genesis; it plays almost all Genesis games, and has six buttons similar in layout to the Genesis six button gamepad.
Unlike passive matrix LCDs, the Nomad screen was very sharp and did not suffer from as much blurring as the Nintendo Game Boy and Game Gear handhelds do.
The Nomad was powered by 6 AA batteries, fitted to a case that clipped on back of unit.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Sega_Nomad   (446 words)

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