HOW TO CLEAN CD ROM - PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SYSTEMS.
How To Clean Cd Rom
- (How To’s) Multi-Speed Animations
- Practical advice on a particular subject; that gives advice or instruction on a particular topic
- Providing detailed and practical advice
- A how-to or a how to is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. A how-to is usually meant to help non-experts, may leave out details that are only important to experts, and may also be greatly simplified from an overall discussion of the topic.
- A compact disc used as a read-only optical memory device for a computer system
- CD-ROM (, an acronym of "compact disc read-only memory") is a pre-pressed compact disc that contains data accessible to, but not writable by, a computer for data storage and music playback, the 1985 “Yellow Book” standard developed by Sony and Philips adapted the format to hold any
- a compact disk that is used with a computer (rather than with an audio system); a large amount of digital information can be stored and accessed but it cannot be altered by the user
- A disk for storing computer information. It looks like an audio CD.
- Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
- Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
Build your Own: SOLAR PANELS, ARRAYS, CELLS... Unlimited, FREE, & Clean SOLAR POWER (Easy to Make)
Did you know that you can build a SOLAR PANEL for under $50? We will show you, step-by-step (using uncomplicated directions/diagrams, & basic tools/parts) HOW To BUILD such devices. -Save Money & the Environment- *Unlike other publications, this CD has info useful to EVERYONE. `_-**We Give You Several Different Plans/Diagrams (not just one) to build various kinds of devices all capable of capturing/storing/utilizing SOLAR ENERGY**-_` --Here is What You Get: *Instructions & Plans for Building your own Solar Panels, Cells, & Arrays* *Screen Printing Methods & Solar Cell Soldering Methods* *Making/Preparing various Solar Cells: Copper Chlorine; Conductive Nickel Paint; Nano-Crystalline/Glass/Amorphous types; Cadmium Sulfide; Selenium derived/based; Broken Solar Cells; Cuprous Oxide; Titanium Dioxide* *High-Voltage/Mid-Range/Micro SOLAR Energy Generators construction* *Flat-Panel Solar Thermal Collector & Portable Solar Energy System construction* *Mounting/Orientation/Placement of Panels/Arrays/Systems & Roof Assembly/integration* *build: Flat, multi-facet, & Parabolic Solar Concentrators* _`**A collection of 100+ Famous Patents containing ideas/inventions relevant to Solar Energy**`_ _`**Detailed instructions/designs for Solar Energy System Components: *invertors, wiring/wire sizing, Batteries, Fuses, 3 phase alternators, & the Solar Energy Charge Controller* *building a Permanent Magnetic Generator* _`**lists of Tax benefits & Energy Subsidies given by Federal/Local/State governments; General guidelines for Building Codes, Permits, & other legal issues**`_ *selecting/testing/maintaining/optimizing/enhancing your Solar Energy System* *going off-grid &/or staying on-grid & selling your power back to utility companies* _`**individual detailed SOLAR ENERGY MAPS for each US State**`_ *PLUS Much More!* `_*Please Note: This CD has a collection of eBooks in pdf file format that is viewable from virtually any computer with a CD/DVD drive
SWD 3 BE ON GUARD - VOEUK PEACH... ©
about 10 months ago
* Edit album info
* Share this album
* Post this album to your Profile
Add a caption
"BE ON GUARD AGAINST THE STRATEGY AND TACTICS OF THE ENEMY SO AS TO DEFEND THE COUNTRY, THE PEOPLE AND THE PARTY!" |
(PORTRAIT OF CAMBODIAN VOEUK PEACH, MURDERED AT THE S-21 KILLING CENTER, PNOMN PENH, ON OR SHORTLY BEFORE OCTOBER 11, 1977)
22" H X 19" W
Ink, gouache. 2005.
Drawn from a photo in the book "Voices from S-21 - Terror and History in Pol Pot's Secret Prison," by David Chandler (Univ. of California Press, '99).
Next to the mug shot of Peach (which the drawing was done from) is a post-mortem photo of Peach with a hand-painted sign on his chest dated 11-10-77. The photos are attributed to the Photo Archive Group. Footnotes state the PAG staff cleaned, developed and archived over 6 thousand negatives found at the site in 1994-95.
S-21 had been a high school before the Khmer Rouge takeover of Cambodia in 1975. It became a museum in 1979. Most of the photos are viewable on the CD-Rom prepared by the Cambodia Genocide Program at Yale University. [Check the Yale U website for more info].
Chanler writes that when the Vietnamese army invaded Cambodia in January 1979, most of Phnom Penh (the capital city) was empty. "No people or animals could be seen."
"On Jan. 8th two Vietnamese photojournalists were drawn towards a particular compound by the smell of decomposing bodies...they found themselves on the grounds of what appeared once to have been a high school. Over the gate was a red placard inscribed in yellow with a Khmer (Rouge) slogan:
FORTIFY THE SPIRIT OF THE REVOLUTION! BE ON YOUR GUARD AGAINST THE STRATEGY AND TACTICS OF THE ENEMY SO AS TO DEFEND THE COUNTRY, THE PEOPLE AND THE PARTY."
"....Between April '75 and the first week of 1979...at least 14,000 men, women and children had been held by S-21. Because the entry records for several months of 1978 were incomplete, the true number of victims was undoubtedly higher.
"...Of the documented prisoners, all but a dozen specially exempted ones, including Ung Pech [who became the director of the museum when it opened in 1980] had been put to death...Since 1979, seven of those 12 prisoners have come forward [for interviews.]
"...The resemblance between S-21 and Nazi deaths camps are striking...Works discussing the Holocaust provide insight in the psychology of torturers, administrators and victims at the prison.
"...The most striking difference between the German and Cambodian cases lies in the extent of documentation
produced at S-21....In Nazi Germany, political prisoners were kept in separate camps from those targeted for execution and were somewhat better treated. At S-21, all were charged with political offenses and were to be killed.
"...Like the Nazi death camps and the Argentine torture facilities, S-21 was a secret facility...a factory worker in a nearby compound, interviewed in 1989, referred to S-21 as "the place where people went in but never came out."
For those interested in learning more about how this "auto-genocide" [mass murder of Cambodians by Cambodians] began and history, Chanler also addresses the Reign of Terror in 18th century France; the Moscow "Show Trials" of the 1930's; land reform and "re-education" campaigns in the late 1940's and in Vietnam a decade later.
Well I figured out today that I didn't strip the motor of lubricant, as it doesn't have any.
It uses sapphire bearings.
What happened was at some point I bent the original rotor. (I probably did it when messing around seeing how it works)
Well since I took apart a CD-Rom to get the vibration dampeners, I also had two spare rails. These are the steel rails that the laser head runs along.
They happen to be exactly the same size as the bent rotor.
Using some WD40 and my drill I removed the old rotor by spinning it out.
(A hammer or something else would risk warping the blade)
I then installed the new rail and tweaked until the blade sat just right.
I then removed it, dremeled it down to size, cleaned, and reinstalled it.
The pump now has no vibrations.
how to clean cd rom
Topics Entertainment I Spy Treasure Hunt. Windows/Mac. EAN 9780439820691; ISBN 0439820693
Pirate's plunder rewards players who discover all of the hidden objects and decipher the riddles in I Spy Treasure Hunt. But there's also a bounty of booty on the path to that treasure as players discover this captivating world where closer inspection invariably reveals a new surprise.
This program is based on the award-winning I Spy books written by Jean Marzollo and photo-illustrated by Walter Wick. From the very beginning, this program immerses players, just as the books do: as a train pulls into the station in the town of Smuggler's Cove, the point-of-view is from inside the passenger car, looking out the window. Once off the train, this quaint seaside town with a secret is yours to explore. Potential riddle spots reveal themselves when a cursor sweep causes an object to respond with movement and sound. A tackle box, a deserted ruin, and a lighthouse are just a few of the 20 spots ripe for discovery. Scenes change swiftly, considering the vast amount of detail each contains. When explorers find a riddle area, a cluttered panorama appears onscreen and a child's voice reads the sentence below that always begins with the phrase "I spy...." Then players must find and click on the objects listed in the sentence. This isn't as easy as it seems; for example, finding three "fours" sounds simple, right? But the task gets complex when one numeral is hidden in the grain of a wooden tabletop, the other is written out in letters on a menu, and the third is a pair of dice showing a three and a one.
Successfully finding all the "I Spy" items in a scene yields a scrap of a treasure map. But building the map doesn't automatically reveal the treasure--that'd be out of keeping with this game's complex character. There are three different treasure-hunting scenarios, and each requires gathering a completely different set of clues around the town of Smuggler's Cove. The attention to detail that the books are famous for is abundantly present here: sound permeates the different "sets," from waves breaking on the shore, to the slow tick of a clock in the general store. Find and click on a skull-and-crossbones--it scowls and growls. Find and click on an oil lamp--it flares up briefly and then goes out with a delicate puff of smoke. And no, you can't cheat by just holding down the mouse button and scanning over a picture hoping to hit a required item. I Spy Treasure Hunt is a wonderfully absorbing program that slyly sneaks in a vast amount of learning. Mapping, reading, rhyming, and problem solving occur incidentally as players are drawn into the mysteries of Smuggler's Cove. And it's the only program we've ever encountered that elegantly illustrates that "four" and "4" and "." + "..." all equal the same thing. (Ages 6 to 10) --Anne Erickson
rug cleaning queens
clean earth systems
how to clean window tracks
how to clean a paint brush
how do you clean a gun
commercial carpet cleaning rates
clean cloudy glasses
how to clean your credit yourself
cleaning greasy kitchen cabinets