At one time if your car was stolen, the prospects of ever seeing it again were slim. But that’s no longer the case thanks to GPS tracking systems. With a transmitter hidden on your car, you’ll be able to locate your vehicle on a map displayed on a video screen. Some systems even have a starter disable feature. These systems are also great if you have young drivers or employees that drive. You can see route history and also set up notifications if the vehicle exceeds preselected speed limits or drives out of preselected zones. Some also have a door unlock feature in case the car is locked with the key left inside.
"Born in 1942 in Hamburg, [photographer Ilka] Hartmann grew up and came of age when the country was divided between East and West and a wall ran through Berlin. As a young woman, she studied theology and wanted to become a minister in the Lutheran Church. But then she came to New York in 1964, saw a picture in the New York Times of the Free Speech Movement in Berkeley and moved to California. From then on she attended dozens of demonstrations and rallies, many of them in San Francisco, always with her camera and sometimes with her son, Ole."
The 4004 is part of the MCS-4 family of LSI chips that can be used to build digital computers with varying amounts of memory. The other members of the MCS-4 family are memories and input/output circuits, which are necessary to implement a complete computer. The 4001 is a ROM (read-only memory) with four lines of output; the 4002 is a RAM (random access memory) with four lines of input/output. The 4003 is a static shift register to be used for expanding the I/O lines; ., for keyboard scanning or controlling a printer. [ citation needed ]