King" was known two thousand years ago in Greece as "The Demos
There the daughters of Celeus, son of Eleusis, saw her, as they were coming for easy-drawn water, to carry it in pitchers of bronze to their dear father's house: four were they and like goddesses in the flower of their girlhood, Callidice and Cleisidice and lovely Demo
and Callithoe who was the eldest of them all.
weren't expected to be bug-ridden or incomplete.
set as his objective an admittedly speculative exploration of the movement from what he describes as the circular (more traditional) to the linear (more modern) approaches to living.
We conducted 10 to 12 different demos
with eight to 10 farmers at each.
HOW MANY TIMES at a demo
are skaters like Chet Childress asked by a skate kid, "I have this 20-stair gap down the street, do you want to skate it?
Using the program's intuitive Wizard, you can quickly capture screens, import pictures in all of the popular formats, annotate the images with comic-strip style balloons, and include hot spots that let users interact with the demos
And then there literally must be hundreds of demos
I sang on of other people's songs in the little studios around the Brill Building area at 1619 Broadway, where I now have my offices.
The reason there are so many bad demos
out there," McLaren explained, "is that people don't start by thinking about their auidence.
The QuickLogic suite features end product demos
and reference platforms that use the company's latest solutions, ideal for portable, convergent CE products requiring wireless connectivity, mass storage and digital TV.
I don't like writing abut demos
so I'll keep the demo
talk short--the South Africa tour had the biggest turnout I've ever seen in my 23 yars of skateboarding.
In the Preface Demos
simply states: "most of all, I wanted to write a story".