Prestel


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Prestel

® [ˈprestel] Nvideotex m

Prestel®

n (Brit Telec) → ˜ Bildschirmtext m
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Firefighter Walter Prestel was named 2017 Firefighter of the Year by the Prospect Heights Fire Protection District.
Prestel are quite right in their claim that this book 'will captivate and soothe young children at bedtime, in fact, they will be attracted to it well before they make their way to bed
e system was developed in partnership with the Post Oce, using its Prestel computer system to provide TV viewers with news, information and advertising.
The system was developed in partnership with the Post Office, using its Prestel computer system to provide viewers with a package of news, information and advertising by the means of "special television sets".
Marilyn by Magnum, published by Prestel, is out now.
A) (NYSE:BT) said yesterday that BT Conferencing, a provider of audio, video and web collaboration services, has appointed Jeff Prestel as its new CEO.
Close's dramatic story is now told by Christopher Finch in the first comprehensive biography of the artist: "Chuck Close: Life" by Prestel Publishing.
Munich, Berlin, London, New York: Prestel Publishing, 2006.
Back in the early Eighties, Robert Schifreen shot to notoriety for hacking into Prince Philip's Prestel mailbox, and his case led to the introduction of the Computer Misuse Act.
Tackling a theatrical ingredient that's less tangible than masks or puppets, the Munich-based publisher Prestel brings us the stunning and unusual volume Light Fantastic: The Art and Design of Stage Lighting (Prestel, 240 pp, 270 color and 257 b/w illustrations, $75 cloth).
Chris Townsend's book Vile Bodies: Photography and the Crisis of Looking was published by Prestel earlier this year.
IBM's main videotex product is the Series 1 Videotex System (SVS/1), which supports both Prestel and NAPLPS display protocols (see "Understanding Videotex and Teletext Services" box).