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Daddeldienstag: SPIN!

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Mal wieder Lust auf nen Physics-Plattformer? Bittegerne, haett ich da. Gemacht hat das smoothe Teil Alienplay und ich bin immer noch janz enzueckt obhin des simplen und doch perfiden Gameplays: Play SPIN!
          

Vera Bradley 65% Off Sale | Crossbody Bag for $14.99

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Head over to Zulily where you can get 65% off Vera Bradley bags and accessories. Choose from several patterns and sizes. Save on the popular duffel bags, plus blankets, ID Cases and more. Deal Ideas: Midnight Wildflower Duffel Bag $39.99 (reg. $99) Bordeaux Plush Throw Blanket $24.99 (reg. $55) RFID Crossbody Bag $14.99 (reg. $40) […]
          

Ilu Polaków w Polakach?

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Stan permanentnego konfliktu politycznego, w którym od lat tkwią obywatele Rzeczpospolitej Polskiej, a który wyraźnie wykazuje tendencję do pogłębiania się, często nazywany jest „wojną polsko-polską”. Zjawisko to niepokojąco przypomina stan Polski w XVIII wieku, kiedy dzięki perfidnej polityce Rosji Polacy niszczyli swój kraj własnymi rękami. Realizowana przez ambasadora Repnina taktyka polegała na wspieraniu dwóch, zbliżonych pod względem siły wrogich obozów: Czartoryskich i Potockich, które walcząc ze sobą na przemian zrywały Sejmy i uniemożliwiały funkcjonowanie państwa. Ostatnie wybory dały mi więc asumpt do refleksji nad naturą podziału w dzisiejszej Polsce.Ks. Zygmunt Zieliński - bloger portalu „Niepoprawni.pl”, który po przytoczeniu kilku liczb (11 432 824 osób nie poszło na wybory, a 10 215 777 głosowało na opozycję) skomentował rezultaty w następujący sposób:„Zważywszy na to, że jedynie PiS, czyli zjednoczona prawica, przedstawiła program transparentny i mający za sobą czteroletnie rządy spełnionych obietnic i znaczone dostrzegalnym, także za granicą, rozwojem kraju, a ugrupowania opozycyjne w większości jako program wywieszały hasło: „PiS musi odejść”, nasuwa się wniosek tyleż zaskakujący, co niepokojący: żaden rząd nie jest w stanie zapewnić Polsce bezpieczeństwa i niczym nie zagrożonej stabilności, jeśli dysponuje społeczeństwem, którego ponad 11 milionów nie interesuje się losami kraju, a ponad 10 milionów, to ludzie popierający każdą inicjatywę godzącą w dobro tego kraju, nie wahający się w tym celu szukać wsparcia sił wrogich Polsce za granicą.”W Rzeczpospolitej nie było nigdy etnonacjonalizmu: ideę polskości mógł przyjąć za swoją każdy - niezależnie od narodowości i religii - kto akceptował wspólne kody kulturowe. Biorąc „pierwsze z brzegu” nazwiska: gorącymi polskimi patriotami byli zarówno synowie Prusaków - Oskar Kolberg - założyciel polskiej etnografii, generał Józef Unrug - bohater obrony Wybrzeża w 1939 roku, jak i syn węgierskiej szlachcianki Eugeniusz Romer - ojciec polskiej kartografii. Nazwisk takich na przestrzeni polskich dziejów można wymieniać dziesiątki, jeśli nie setki. Polakiem zostawał ten, kto znał i cenił polską tradycję i historię, szanował religię katolicką jako fundament polskiej kultury, był dumny z przynależności do narodu polskiego, przyczyniał się do jego rozwoju i był skłonny do najwyższych poświęceń dla niepodległej Ojczyzny.Jeśli przyjrzeć się ideom prezentowanym przez wszystkie - z wyjątkiem Konfederacji - partie Antypisu, to widać, że są diametralnie odmienne od prezentowanych powyżej. Ich demokratycznie wybrani przedstawiciele w radach miejskich nie akceptują polskich bohaterów walki z komunizmem, gdyż bliższe są im postacie z komunistycznych, a więc antypolskich w istocie kręgów. Nagradzani i promowani twórcy lubują się w „odbrązawianiu” polskiej historii, przedstawianiu Polaków jako antysemitów, kolonizatorów (epitet najnowszej noblistki), łajdaków, nieudaczników. Lansuje się wstyd z bycia Polakiem. Obrona ojczyzny jest wykpiwana („Nie oddałabym ci Polsko ani jednej kropli krwi”- śpiewa gwiazda chełpiąca się tym, że w jej domu nie przestrzegano Bożych przykazań). Kościół katolicki odsądzany od czci i wiary przestaje być w ich propagandzie ostoją dobroczynności, ładu moralnego, patriotyzmu, lecz przedstawiany jest jako środowisko dewiantów. Bezustanne zarzuty o wtrącanie się duchownych do polityki zastraszyły kapłanów: NIGDY nie udało mi się usłyszeć kazania o politycznych podtekstach.Nie ma już w tym środowisku pojęcia zdrady narodowej, czy jurgieltników. Są za to obrońcy demokracji na forum europejskim i stypendyści Niemców, czy Sorosa. („Polska jest własnością całej Europy i to Europa powinna decydować o sprawach polskich, a nie rząd” - Julia Pitera).Osobny rozdział stanowi obrona zdegenerowanego stanu wymiaru sprawiedliwości, gdzie mentalność mafijna połączyła elity prawnicze wyznające „praworządność” zamiast sprawiedliwości, co między innymi umożliwiło - dzięki kalekiemu prawu - promowanie osób dalekich od uczciwości na wysokie stanowiska.Z faktu, że powyższy zestaw poglądów znalazł akceptację około dziewięciu milionów wyborców Antypisu, należy wyciągnąć wnioski. Czy można tę grupę obywateli nazwać Polakami w dotychczasowym, tradycyjnym znaczeniu? Czy porzucenie podstawowych idei, takich, jak niepodległość, wiara, tradycja pozwala jeszcze mówić o Polakach? Czy można zatem mówić o wojnie polsko - polskiej? 
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How to Master the Retail Subscription Model

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In case you may have missed my piece featured in DTC Daily here it is.

It seems like every other day a new expert predicts the latest trend set to redefine retail. It doesn’t take much to perceive that retail is changing, but trends that genuinely re-shape shopping habits are few and far between. One trend that seems to be here to stay, however, is the subscription model. 

Indeed, in the past five years, e-commerce subscriptions have grown more than 100%. Whether it’s beauty products from Birchbox, entertainment from Oracle Retail online shopping iconNetflix, or dinner ingredients from Hello Fresh, consumers are flocking to the convenience of subscription services. And retailers are benefiting from these recurring revenue streams, as well as gaining deeper insights into their customer’s spending habits. 

It may appear to be a no-brainer, but getting subscription services right is harder than it seems. Managing inventory, shipping and logistics is a challenging juggling act; and recurring payments can be a hassle to administer. However, there are several steps retailers can take to ensure they reap all the rewards of subscription models without the potential drawbacks.

Choose the right model

Not all subscription models are created equal. Retailers offer subscription packages in a range of different shapes and sizes, each designed to appeal to different customers. Before launching your own service, it makes sense to consider which subscription type will resonate most with your own target audience.

The “renewal” model delivers a regular delivery of ongoing-use items: for example dry dog food or paper towels. This model offers convenience – and often financial discounts – for customers who use their favorite products on a routine basis. Oracle Retail box image

Then there is the “curated” subscription box, which introduces customers to a selection of products, like makeup or meal plans, which have been hand-selected to appeal to their particular tastes. These often include added-value items, like chef’s advice on dinner pairings, and appeal to customers who want to keep up-to-date with the latest trends in a particular category. 

Finally, there is the “access” model, which allows customers to rent a particular item – generally an expensive or luxury item that a consumer would otherwise not be able to afford. This type of subscription appeals to consumers looking to reduce unnecessary waste and expenditure from their lives, without skipping the finer things in life.

Know your customer

It’s not enough to understand which subscription type is best suited to your customer base. To succeed in subscriptions, retailers need to capture their Oracle Retail customer iconcustomer preferences and react to them.

One of the biggest advantages of Direct-to-Consumer selling, of which subscriptions form a part, is the ability to create personalised offerings based on customer profiles. Brands should tailor their subscription models—access, curation or renewal—to best fit their target customers’ habits and wants. Retailers can even use their own subscription services to form an even more detailed understanding of their customers’ preferences.

Keep track of your inventory

Perhaps the most difficult aspect of managing a subscription service is keeping track of inventory. Already a challenge in traditional retail models, inventory is even more important for businesses that run subscription models. In the past, poor inventory decisions may have meant a loss of sales when stocks of a sought-after item dried up. With subscriptions, the situation becomes even more complicated as subscribers compete with shoppers for stock. The risks of poor management are also substantially higher, as an inability to fulfil a subscription would doubtlessly lead to very unhappy customers.

According to Auburn University RFID labs, 65% of US retailers lack visibility over their inventory – with figures estimated to be similar in the UK. Oracle Retail - 65% of retailers lack inventory visibility visual

To be clear, this means a third of retailers lack full control over stock levels. Fortunately, with the right tools and know-how, it is possible to get a handle on inventory and stay ahead of the game. For any subscription model to work, retailers need a clear picture of what’s in stock and where, which calls for a solid merchandising system of record at the core of their tech stack. Smart retailers plan for inventory management and lay the right foundations, even if new business models like subscriptions are still in the planning stage. 

While subscriptions offer a new and unique way of connecting with consumers, the key principles of traditional retail still apply: the customer remains in the driver’s seat, inventory remains critical and brands need the right technology in place in order to keep up. Retailers that set themselves up with the rights tools for the job, combined with a detailed understanding of their customers’ needs, will be the ones to reap the rewards of subscriptions month after month.

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Download this inventory strategies guide for tips on evolving retail models.  
          

Datenstring aus RFID Reader verarbeiten

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Hi Zusammen, für ein Katzenklappenprojekt habe ich einen WL-134 RFID Reader, der über eine serielle Schnittstelle Infos über den gelesehen Chip...
          

#SangriaWineNot: Tapas, Sangrias and Spanish Cuisine at Ponce in Quezon City

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Some days just call for a refreshing sangria. It is, in fact, the answer to a question that you've already long forgotten after another round. So have another along with some tapas and spend a Spanish afternoon without driving all the way to the usual destination down south in Makati or Bonifacio Global City. You'll find all the essential elements for that laid-back Spanish afternoon or evening, and then some, right here at Ponce...


The bustling neighborhood of Quezon City welcomes its newest dining destination with that cool Spanish vibe at Ponce, and it's the perfect spot for that late afternoon tipple of sangrias and tapas. Come on in for a round or two, better yet, stay for lunch or dinner and indulge in a mouthwatering array of Spanish dishes...at Ponce.

Located along Scout Dr. Lazcano Street near Tomas Morato in Quezon City, Ponce is the newest dining destination this side of the metro offering authentic Spanish cuisine, tasty tapas and soothing sangrias. For young couple Dick and Mars Balajadia, Ponce recreates their extensive travels to Spain with each flavorful dish and cocktail...

Named after the family patriarch, the couple honors Maximo Ponce at their latest concept adding to their list of dining establishments which include Stoned Steaks (more on my posts at A Sip with the Sizzle: An Elegant Wine Pairing Dinner at Stoned Steaks' The Wine Room and A Surf & Turf Kind of Sunday at Stoned Steaks).  


Above the new Spanish restaurant is Luxo Suites, four stars of boutique luxury with 12 well-appointed guest rooms designed with urban luxe themed interiors and the latest in-room technology. The vibrant flavors of Ponce completes your getaway in this Quezon City neighborhood. With its own spa and gym, guests at the Luxo Suites can enjoy a sumptuous breakfast and hearty meals at Ponce, conveniently located at the ground floor. Your dining experience at Ponce begins with a refreshing Sangria, that classic Spanish libation with red wine and slices of fresh fruits blended with other spirits to open up the palate with its soothing and fruity notes. Ponce boasts of an extensive bar, even a secret speakeasy on the second floor offering a wide range of Spanish wines and fine spirits. 


Pair your sangria and cocktails with Spanish tapas like the Patatas Bravas, a traditional Spanish dish with deep-fried potatoes in spicy tomato sauce with garlic aioli. A bite followed by a sip, you'll soon get into that smooth Spanish groove here at Ponce. 

Another round of sangrias call for more tapas. The Tortilla de Criollo (L), a Spanish omelet with savory criollo sausage and Risetti de Truffa-Setas (R), a hearty dish with rice-shaped pasta cooked with garlic, mushrooms, truffle paste and Manchego cheese deliver vibrant flavors for a hearty late lunch or dinner...


The elegant Pintxos Salmon con Huevo Mayonesa, intricate tapas with salmon in crisp wonton cups slathered with creamy egg-mayonnaise and topped with alfalfa sprouts brings fresh, mildly sweet and briny notes to the palate capped by the clean flavors of alfalfa and perfectly finished by the egg-mayo dressing. Perfect with sangria or wine, the contrasting textures and rich flavors packed in tasty bites guarantee an enjoyable sangria session at Ponce any time of day. 

And there's more. Delicately soft and lightly crisp croquettes add even more options to your afternoon or evening tapas at Ponce like the Croquettas Jamon (R) with the distinct notes of premium Jamon Serrano mellowed by the rich garlic aioli.


At the formal launch of Ponce, sumptuous platters of cheese and charcuterie were served...


...along with more tapas like the Croquetta Pulpo with succulent octopus inside a crisp ball.


Our round of flavorful bites at Ponce continued with the Hamburguesas y Tres Quesos, savory sliders with a juicy beef patty draped in cheese...


...and the Albondigas en Salsa de Crema de Champinones, Spanish-style meatballs covered in a creamy mushroom sauce. That sauce completes the savory punch of the dish. The fresh-baked bread at Ponce are perfect in mopping up the richness of the sauce.


It's not a Spanish feast without paella and Ponce served their signature dishes at the launch with the meaty Paella de Carnes, a savory paella with meatballs, Spanish chorizo, chicken and green beans...


...and the Paella Verduras, a vegetarian paella with shiitake mushrooms, young corn, carrots, fresh beans and cherry tomatoes topped with truffle aioli for a lighter and healthier option. 


Other signature dishes by Ponce were also showcased that evening including their Pollo Organico, organic roasted chicken in cauliflower puree, roasted vegetables and chicken jus.


But you just gotta have more tapas at Ponce and the Gambas al Ajillo topped with crisp garlic in olive oil is a must-have for a proper tapas session. Each bite of the succulent shrimps deliver a subtle snap before draping the palate with a briny sweetness followed by the nutty hints of garlic.


In between bites, enjoy Ponce's Ensalada de Mars with fresh flavors from the crisp lettuce, orange, walnuts, calamari and shrimp drizzled with orange vinaigrette.


And you can't say no to more paella like Ponce's Paella Negra con Langostinos with soft and fluffy rice with that crisp crust on the bottom infused with squid ink...


...or the Paella Mars y Montana, a lavish paella with pork meatballs, clams and prawns.


Later that evening, Chef Angelo Santicruz rolled out the house specialty...

The De Cochinillo Asado del Chef is an impressive sight. Perfectly roasted for that juicy and mildly sweet pork flavored with rich spices and aromatics capped by a crisp layer of crackling, Chef Angelo then carves up the whole suckling pig using a plate in true Spanish style...


Perfectly crisp and juicy, Ponce is now ready to accept orders for their signature De Cochinillo Asado del Chef for the coming holiday season.


A live performance added to the festive vibe at Ponce that evening...


...while another serving of De Cochinillo Asado del Chef capped a sumptuous feast at the newest dining destination in the neighborhood of Quezon City.

Dick Balajadia (L) and Chef Angelo Santicruz (R) have created a spot in the middle of the bustling neighborhood where great stories, laughter and memories can be shared with friends and family over rounds of sangrias, tapas and hearty Spanish dishes.


A serving of Churros con Chocolate ends our evening at Ponce, a welcome addition to Quezon City's vibrant culinary scene. And with a nod of approval from Maximo Ponce, diners can enjoy their own Spanish afternoons and evenings at Ponce.

Ponce is located at 124 Scout Dr. Lazcano Street, Brgy. Sacred Heart, Tomas Morato, Quezon City or call 971-8328 and 0917-633-2784 for inquiries and reservations. You can also check out their FB and IG accounts at @poncemnl.

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L’Assedio, gli ospiti della puntata di mercoledì 6 novembre su NOVE

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L’Assedio, gli ospiti della quarta puntata con Daria Bignardi, in onda mercoledì 21:25 su NOVE: Levante, il giornalista e conduttore di Report Sigrfido Ranucci Dopo M¥SS KETA con le sue “Ragazze di Porta Venezia” (guarda qui il video dell’intervista) e il rapper casertano Speranza, novità discografica del momento (guarda qui il video dell’intervista), della scorsa settimana […]

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Hxdu2rfid Repair Service Manual User

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Can anyone explain these videos to me?

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These 2 short videos I believe are about a company that sells RFID Blackjack and Baccarat readers and devices that allow the dealer to pull whatever value card that they want and it will appear as such coming out the shoe. Is this is what they are using on LIVE BJ??? IF SO, THIS IS THE SCAM OF THE CENTURY!!! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgBv_J5tXe4

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RE: Ceļošana ar elektroauto

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Kādu rfid karti aparāts prasa ja man būtu vads? vadu jāprasa dīlerim?
          

The Outer Worlds - Test de The Outer Worlds - une bien perfide Halcyon

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Pour leur dernier (dans tous les sens du terme) jeu multi-plateformes, les créateurs de Fallout se sont tournés vers l'espace au lieu de rester cantonnés au désert post-apocalyptique de la franchise qu'ils ont créée il y a maintenant bien longtemps. Et ça leur réussit plutôt pas mal, même si...
          

Selektiv ätstörning/ARFID – fler än jag?

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Idag var det då dags för lydnadstävling x 2 för mig & Yori, men p.g.a min djupa svacka som jag befinner mig i just nu så fick vi ställa in dem starterna. Det senaste halvåret har varit grymt tufft för … Continue reading
          

NURSING

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By the very nature of their duties, Navy Nurses quickly rise to the top of their profession. They provide care, not only for military servicemembers and their families, but also for people in need around the globe. #GDJULYWorking with a team of talented colleagues united by a common mission, Navy Nurses have the opportunity to educate, lead and shape policy within Navy Health Care. They also:Apply leading-edge medical advances at world-class hospitalsUtilize some of the most advanced technology on the planet, such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), which can lead to less paperwork and more meaningful patient careWork at the best military nursing facilities on shore, at sea and in the fieldAs an active duty Navy Nurse, youll provide high-quality nursing care, doing everything a typical nurse would do in a variety of settings:Military treatment facilities (in the U.S. and overseas)Austere environments (i.e. deployments, humanitarian aid missions)Onboard ships (aircraft carriers, hospital ships)Nursing in an austere environment could mean taking part in humanitarian relief efforts, such as administering infant vaccinations in developing countries, or providing emergency care to victims of a natural disaster. Navy Nurses collaborate with physicians, surgeons, cardiologists and fellow nurses as colleagues and equals. Navy Nursing provides opportunities to develop leadership skills that will set you apart.To qualify for employment consideration in the Navy Nurse Corps, you must:Be a U.S. citizen currently practicing in the U.S.Be a student or graduate in good standing of a U.S. education program granting a bachelor of science degree and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)Be licensed to practice in a U.S. state, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or a U.S. territory (new graduates from NROTC or NCP must obtain a license within one year of beginning Active Duty service)Be willing to serve a minimum of three years of Active DutyBe between the ages of 18 and 41Be in good physical condition and pass a full medical examinationGeneral qualifications may vary depending upon whether you intend to serve Active Duty or Reserve Duty, and whether you are currently serving, have served before or have never served before.
          

Hardware Software Technician

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Job DescriptionAt Dataflo, we believe innovation starts with our people. This approach has propelled our success in developing real-world solutions that impact businesses around the world. We are seeking an experienced hardware field technician to help drive our solution-based business model and take our innovations to the next level. In this role, you will also join our development team in testing, and implementing our ERP Software. Our ideal candidate is a creative thinker who shares our passion for improving people's lives.
Objectives of this Role
  • Support and maintain customer configurations of barcode equipment on-site and depot
  • Develop a deep understanding of our ERP software offering
  • Develop an understanding of customer business goals and organizational strategies
  • Conceptualize and speak to solutions based on project requirements and standards to support expansions and change
  • Meet company quality standards while maintaining working knowledge of relevant technologies and best practices
    Daily and Monthly Responsibilities
    • Provide phone and email support to customers on hardware and software
    • Log all support calls in our case management system
    • Analyze and interpret customer findings to contribute to the design and iteration of equipment, devices, and our ERP software
    • Manage execution and timely completion of projects by analyzing scope and determining project specifications
    • Keep a stock of repair parts, keep work area clean and organized
    • Test the functionality of equipment for new equipment installations
    • Test the functionality of our ERP software for new releases and updates
    • Provide technical training on equipment operations
      Skills and Qualifications
      • 5+ years experience with computers, printers and support
      • Proven experience in hardware repair
      • Proven experience in software support and testing
      • Strong understanding of business processes
      • Strong focus on technology
        Preferred Qualifications
        • Salesforce.com certifications
        • Experience with barcode and RFID technology
        • Windows and Android OS configurations
          Dataflo started in 1984 as a systems integrator for barcode and RFID technologies and we continue to provide those services to our client base. Our ERP, Matrix velocity is part of the Salesforce.com CRM platform that has been in market since 2010.Our work environment is comfortable, family oriented, easy going but focused on outstanding customer service. We offer competitive salaries, healthcare benefits, paid time off and a great work environment!
          This position is Omaha based.
          If interested, please contact me at or X 109
          

TEKLYNX Print Automation Solution, SENTINEL, Increases Print Speed & Labeling Accuracy ...

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SENTINEL label print automation software automated instantaneous label print jobs for 300+ printers within 14 distribution centers across North America Milwaukee (PRWeb) November 05, 2019 -- TEKLYNX International, the world’s leading barcode and RFID labeling software developer and solutions provider, today reported that a multi-location implementation of print automation solution, SENTINEL, significantly improved labeling accuracy, efficiency, and industry compliance...

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Senior Digital Verification Engineer - Impinj - Seattle, WA

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Senior Digital and RTL Verification Engineer. Impinj, the world's #1 provider of RAIN RFID products and solutions, is looking for a Sr.
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Yter Porte-cartes Pour Homme Portefeuille Brosse En Cuir Anti-rfid Anti-magnétique Zippé Porte-monnaie Pliant À Cartes Multiples C Excellent rapport qualité prix B07NV9QNKQ

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Yter Porte-cartes Pour Homme Portefeuille Brosse En Cuir Anti-rfid Anti-magnétique Zippé Porte-monnaie Pliant À Cartes Multiples C Excellent rapport qualité prix B07NV9QNKQSÉCURITÉ. INTIMITÉ. SÉCURITÉ Capacité multi-cartes: position en espèces + position multi-cartes + poche à monnaie + position de carte transparente Le portefeuille est fait de peau de vache délicate, douce et confortable Conception de brosse anti-magnétique anti-vol: un chiffon anti-magnétique interne est ajouté pour renforcer la sécurité de votre carte bancaire Miroir de ponçage de la conception du portefeuille, vous pouvez mettre des photos et permis de conduire et autres documents

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Young & Ming Portefeuille Homme En Cuir Véritable Porte-monnaie Classique De Rfid Blocage Marron Avec Porte-clés Boite Cadeau Classique B07H27K5M5

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Young & Ming Portefeuille Homme En Cuir Véritable Porte-monnaie Classique De Rfid Blocage Marron Avec Porte-clés Boite Cadeau Classique B07H27K5M5【Protection RFID】Ce portefeuille doté de la technologie RFID sécurisée protège les informations précieuses de vos cartes d’identité et de vos cartes de crédit contre le vol à la tire électronique et les scannages non autorisés. 【Cuir véritable】Ce portefeuille est fabriqué à partir de cuir de vachette véritable à 100% avec un matériau intérieur en polyester qui le rend élégant et durable. Il a une surface douce et texturée, il s'améliorera avec l'âge. 【Design fonctionnel

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Yamyannie Homme Portefeuille Carte Porte-monnaie Rétro Pour En Cuir Anti-magnétique Rfid (couleur : Noir) Noir Classique B07P9ZQLTF

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Yamyannie Homme Portefeuille Carte Porte-monnaie Rétro Pour En Cuir Anti-magnétique Rfid (couleur : Noir) Noir Classique B07P9ZQLTFOffre compartiments pour ranger toutes vos cartes de paiement, crédit, sécurité sociale ou fidélité. Le portefeuille est disponible dans plusieurs couleurs pour que vous puissiez y trouver votre bonheur. Excellente idée cadeau pour vos amis ou votre famille. Taille: 12 * 2 * 10CM (mesure manuelle, permettant une légère erreur), portefeuille en cuir. Les matériaux internes bloquant la RFID bloquent les scanners RFID indésirables. Le portefeuille comprend la position de photo * 1, la fermeture à glissière * 1, le porte-billet * 2, la carte * 11, le noir * 1, le changement * 1. C'est un portefeuille rétro qui est l'accessoire idéal pour tous les hommes.

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Xuanbao Portefeuilles Hommes En Cuir De Blocage Rfid Minimalistes Minces Pour Le Cas Carte Crédit Banque Femmes Dhommes Porte-monnaie (couleur : Jujube) Violet Classique B07P5495NL

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Xuanbao Portefeuilles Hommes En Cuir De Blocage Rfid Minimalistes Minces Pour Le Cas Carte Crédit Banque Femmes Dhommes Porte-monnaie (couleur : Jujube) Violet Classique B07P5495NLUtilisé pour les cartes de crédit, les cartes de débit, les permis de conduire et les cartes d'identité, les badges d'identification, les cartes d'accès et les cartes de chambre d'hôtel. Élégamment petit, mince et discret: mesurant seulement 11 cm * 7,8 * 0,3 cm, notre portefeuille à poche frontale RFID est ultra fin et moderne, c'est le portefeuille minimaliste qui se glisse parfaitement dans votre poche, votre sac à main ou votre sac de voyage. BLOCS EFFICACES DES SIGNAUX RFID: Dotés de la technologie de blocage RDIF avancée, ces minces portefeuilles pour hommes et femmes bloquent les signaux électroniques pour protéger votre identité lorsque vous voyagez, faites des achats ou explorez. FAIT DE TOUT CUIR VÉRITABLE: Confectionné à partir de cuir véritable, notre pochette pour portefeuille minimaliste combine style luxueux et tendances actuelles avec fonctionnalité et durabilité sur lesquelles vous pouvez compter lorsque vous voyagez, faites des achats, etc. UNISEXE; FAVORIS PAR LES HOMMES ET LES FEMMES: Etant donné leur design élégant et leur cuir lisse, ces manchons RFID sont des portefeuilles minces populaires pour femmes et hommes, ils constituent d'excellentes idées cadeaux pour les voyageurs de votre vie!

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IT Field Tech

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UT-Spanish Fork, Terrific Long-Term Contract Opportunity with a FULL suite of benefits! Position: IT Field Tech Location: Spanish Fork,UT Responsibilities: Installs and supports products, processes and hardware related to execution of supported Customers daily business operation. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: 1. Provides support to the business for PC/LAN, RFID, Scanners, Windows & UNIX operating systems
          

Aanstellingen RSV'ers 8-10 November

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Notificatie sturen: 

Komend weekend komen er weer veel RSV leden in actie, genoeg leuke wedstrijden om tussen uit te kiezen als je een dagje vrij bent in het weekend!
 
Zo mag Harley van Soest de Westlandse derby fluiten tussen de O19 elftallen van Lyra en Sportclub Monster. Ook Gilbert Zoutewelle wordt verwend met een Westlandse derby; hij mag in Naaldwijk de wedstrijd Westlandia JO17 - VELO JO17 leiden.
 
Uiteraard is de lijst met de RSV'ers die in actie komen veel langer; zoals altijd kan je de hele lijst vinden als je klikt op de link van dit bericht. Iedereen veel plezier en succes gewenst!
 
Heb je n.a.v. deze lijst nog vragen en/of opmerkingen? Mail dan naar aanstellingen@rsvnet.nl
 
https://www.prweb.com/releases/hx_news_dormakabas_rt_plus_ble_enabled_rfid_lock_offers_easy_upgrade_from_magstripe/prweb16703311.htm


          

The return of McGregor: The fashion retailer relaunches stores after digital transformation with RFID software partner Detego

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American fashion brand McGregor New York, that operates out of its Amsterdam headquarter, have implemented Detego’s RFID software platform as part of the brand’s digital transformation... View Article
          

The return of McGregor: The fashion retailer relaunches stores after digital transformation with RFID software partner Detego

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Wednesday 6 November, 2019

American fashion brand McGregor New York, that operates out of its Amsterdam headquarter, have implemented Detego’s RFID software platform as part of the brand’s digital transformation and relaunch. McGregor’s use of RFID across their stores and warehouse aims to optimise stock accuracy and support their new omnichannel model, as they continue to open new stores in the Netherlands and Belgium.


After a brief hiatus, McGregor New York is back with a new e-commerce website and their first four retail stores, with more on the way soon. Despite being a ‘legacy brand’, McGregor has committed to embracing new technologies for the fashion industry as part of its relaunch. At the heart of this is their new omnichannel model, designed to more effectively leverage their products and provide more options to their customers such as click & collect and ship-from-store. McGregor sees the Detego platform as a crucial tool to achieve this, as the improved stock accuracy and inventory visibility the software provides is key to delivering reliable omnichannel services to their customers.


McGregor began using RFID alongside partner Detego in February this year, initially implementing the technology within their factories, outlets and distribution centres to satisfy web order fulfilment. With this baseline already secured, McGregor is now rapidly re-establishing their brick-and-mortar presence, making use of Detego’s ‘SmartShield’ feature which bypasses the need for physical RFID shielding and means store openings aren't held back by expensive installations. With this technology in place, McGregor now has item-level visibility across its entire network, ensuring a frictionless shopping experience across all channels.


McGregor’s retail relaunch continues to build momentum, with several more store openings in the pipeline, including three stores in Belgium. The retailer will also continue to digitally expand alongside this. As well as implementing RFID in all upcoming and future stores, the brand is looking to explore future investment in the technology alongside Detego. McGregor’s VP of Digital and Omni-channel, Jurryt van Arend, commented on the RFID project, "While we are still implementing RFID, we already see stock accuracy has improved dramatically. This is important not only for our online business but also for instore replenishment improvements. New features to come are currently being investigated but may likely relate to supply-chain improvements and improving customer experience."



https://www.detego.com/news_events_en/news_en/press-release-mcgregor_relaunch/
* For more information regarding media usage, ownership and rights please contact Detego.

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U.S. Army Europe sustainment command using RFID technology to track movements across theater [Image 3 of 3]

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Radio Frequency Identification tags located on vehicles and equipment are scanned into the In-Transit Visibility Tracking Portal, at multiple European seaports, October 2019, where 21st Theater Sustainment Command elements can track the movement of vehicles and equipment in almost real time as it moves through the European theater in support of the fifth iteration of Atlantic Resolve rotations.
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U.S. Army Europe sustainment command using RFID technology to track movements across theater [Image 2 of 3]

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Radio Frequency Identification tags located on vehicles and equipment are scanned into the In-Transit Visibility Tracking Portal, at multiple European seaports, October 2019, where 21st Theater Sustainment Command elements can track the movement of vehicles and equipment in almost real time as it moves through the European theater in support of the fifth iteration of Atlantic Resolve rotations.
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U.S. Army Europe sustainment command using RFID technology to track movements across theater [Image 1 of 3]

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Royal Netherlands Army Warrant Officer OR-9 Jan Bloemendal works with Royal Netherlands Army civilian Marco De Jager in connect Radio Frequency Identification equipment to the NATO Support Activity routing hub in order to track the movement of vehicles and equipment during the fifth iteration of Atlantic Resolve movements, October 2019.
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U.S. Army Europe sustainment command using RFID technology to track movements across theater

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U.S. Army Europe’s two-star sustainment command used Radio Frequency Identification technology to track vehicles as they moved throughout the European theater during the reception, staging and onward movement of the fifth Operation Atlantic Resolve rotation.
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Travelon Anti Theft Signature 3 Compartment Crossbody

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Travelon Anti Theft Signature 3 Compartment Crossbody Ofertas especiales y promociones Caracteristicas Del Producto: 3 locking compartments provide protection from pickpockets, Rear zip pocket Slash-proof construction Adjustable, cut-proof shoulder strap attaches to post or chair Main compartment has RFID blocking card and passport slots, includes tethered key clip with LED light 13.75 x 11.5 x […]
          

Anatomic Pathology Track and Trace Solutions Market Size, Industry Analysis and Forecast

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According to the new market research report “Anatomic Pathology Track and Trace Solutions Market by Product (Software, Hardware (Printer & Labeling Systems), Consumables), Technology (Barcode, RFID), Application (Tissue Cassette, Slide Tracking), End User (Hospital Labs) – Global Forecast to 2023″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the anatomic pathology track and trace solutions market is projected to reach USD 695.7 …
          

Professions: 2nd Shift Seasonal Material Handler (Unit Processor) - Bloomington, California

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Brand Overview:ascena retail group, inc. is a leading national specialty retailer offering apparel, shoes, and accessories for women under the Premium Fashion segment (Ann Taylor, LOFT, and Lou & Grey), Value Fashion segment (maurices and dressbarn), Plus Fashion segment (Lane Bryant and Catherines), and for tween girls under the Kids Fashion segment (Justice). ascena retail group, inc. operates ecommerce websites and approximately 4,800 stores throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.Ready to apply? We currently have an opportunity for a 2nd Shift Seasonal Material Handler (Unit Processor) to join our team located at our DC-Riverside DC-ascena, CA 92508.Position Overview:This is a full-time position that performs a broad range of tasks in support of our efforts to provide an outstanding customer experience, maintain highly efficient operational productivity and company profitability by processing & handling inbound and/or outbound merchandise, customer orders, returns, and value added services.Responsibilities: The Material Handler will be required to be familiar with and perform all functions as assigned in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Specific tasks are performed in the following functional areas --- Replenish, Active Pick, Sorter, Packing/Shipping/Receiving, Cubiscan, Decant, Returns, Value Added Services (VAS) and inventory storage. Will also be cross-trained in all warehouse functions. Through the course of normal business operations, management reserves the right to update and/or modify SOPs. Changes will be communicated and training will be conducted as applicable. Ensure that all work is performed in accordance with the respective Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) as applicable to the specific job assignment. Ensure that work is performed in accordance with labor management standards as applicable to the specific job assignment. Ensure high quality standards of performance / accuracy that achieve customer satisfaction. Work in a manner to ensure associate---s safety as well as the safety of fellow associates. Ensure adherence to all Distribution Center (DC) work rules, as well as HR and Loss Prevention policies and procedures. Report to work as scheduled and work required overtime as necessary. Perform duties while exercising proper lifting and material handling techniques. Ensure that all equipment necessary to perform job responsibilities are in proper working order at the start and throughout all job assignments. Perform other tasks as directed by DC/Fulfillment leadership.Requirements: Basic reading, writing, math and PC skills. Must be able to carry out verbal and/or written instructions. Ability to understand RFID technology. Good organizing and problem solving skills. Must be able to meet physical demands involving frequent and extended periods of standing, walking, bending, kneeling and reaching overhead, as well as frequently lifting, pushing/pulling up to 75 pounds. Team player who works productively with a wide range of people.Location:DC-Riverside DC-ascena, CA 92508Position Type:Seasonal (Fixed Term) (Seasonal)/Full timeEqual Employment OpportunityThe Company is committed to hiring and developing the most qualified people at all levels. It is our policy in all personnel actions to ensure that all associates and potential associates are evaluated on the basis of qualifications and ability without regard to sex (including pregnancy), race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability that can reasonably be accommodated without undue hardship, genetic information, military status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected classification under federal, state, or local law. We do not discriminate in any of our employment policies and practices. All associates are expected to follow these principles in all relationships with other associates, applicants, or others with whom we do business. ()
          

[amazon] Passport Travel Wallet Luxury RFID Blocking($4.94/prime free)

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DIGITAL CURRENCIES ARE PRECURSORS TO THE RFID CHIP WHICH IS THE MARK OF THE BEAST BEING COMPULSORY

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RFID Biztonsági védőtok védő tok NFC paypass bankkártya védelem adatlopás ellen lopás = AKCIÓ 1FT - Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft

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Bankkártya védőtok (1db/csomag) - RFID adatlopás elleni védelem
Műszaki adatok
PayPass bankkártya védőtok
Méret: 54× 86mm
Anyag: hajlékony puha műanyag
Kiszerelés: 1db / csomag
1 db bankkártya tárolására alkalmas
speciális anyaggal bélelt védőtok mely blokkolja az RFID jeleket
Miért válik az RFID védelem egyre fontosabbá?
Az érintés nélküli fizetés egyre gyakoribbá válik. Így az emberek egyre nagyobb számban használják az RFID és NFC rendszereket. Napjainkban a bankkártyák, hitelkártyák, személyazonosító okmányok, útlevelek, egészségbiztosítási kártyák adatait számos esetben RFID chippek tárolják, így egyre többen használják ezeket a rendszereket fizetésre, vagy személyazonosság igazolására. A gond az, hogy megfelelő applikáció segítségével ezek az adatok egyszerűen olvashatók akár egy okostelefon segítségével. RFID védelemmel rendelkező tokok és kártyatartók segítenek megvédeni adatainkat az illetéktelen leolvasásokkal szemben 13, 56 MHz frekvencián, amely nemzetközi szinten a leginkább használt.
Gyakori kérdések és válaszok az RFID és NFC rendszerekről
Hogyan működik az RFID?
Az RFID (rádió frekveniás azonosítás) egy szakmai kifejezés arra a közvetítőre, mely átadja az elektronikusan tárolt adatokat a kártya és a leolvasó között. Így például személyes információkhoz és számla adatokhoz juthatunk távolról is egy elektromágneses hullámokat olvasó készülék segítségével, néhány okostelefon is működik leolvasóként.
Hogyan működik az NFC?
Az NFC (közeli kommunikáció) technológia lehetővé teszi közeli távolságból rádió hullámok közvetítését és ezáltal az információk cseréjét. Pl. egy hitelkártya és egy automata leolvasó rendszer lehetővé teszi, hogy érintés nélkül fizessünk.
Hol használják az RFID-t?
A bankkártyák, személy azonosító okmányok, útlevelek, jogosítványok csoportján kívül RFID chip-eket tartalmazhatnak még a vevőkártyák, bónusz kártyák, biztosítási kártyák és egyéb azonosító kártyák. Mivel az RFID segítségével az információk gyorsan közvetíthetők gyarkan használják beléptető kártyák, blokkoló órák, valamint kereskedelmi és logisztikai rendszerek esetében is.
Hogy ismerhetem fel, hogy a kártya RFID vagy NFC kódolást tartalmaz?
A szimbólumok és jelek nagyon eltérőek lehetnek. Egyes esetekben, mint a bankoknál egyértelműen meg van jelölve, hogy mely kártyák tartalmaznak ilyen jellegű információkat. A modern azonosító okmányok esetében a RFID chip a jobb felső sarokban található, az útlevelek esetében a borító alatt.
Hogy  működnek az RFID blokkolók?
Az RFID védelemmel ellátott tokok megbízhatóan blokkolják a rádióhullámokat, így a tárolt információ nem olvasható. Az olvasó így egyszerűen nem kapja meg a jeleket, amiket le tudna olvasni.
RFID védelemmel ellátott tokok a bankkártyák és hitelkártyák számára
A bankkártyatok és bankkártya tartó megvédi a kártyákat az illetéktelen leolvasásokkal szemben 13, 56 MHz-en. Megbízható védelmet biztosíta az RFID adatok olvasásával szemben.
Az RFID védelemmel ellátott tokok használatával az RFID kártyákon tárolt információ biztonságban van az illetéktelen leolvasásokkal szemben.
Az aukció 1 forintról indul, minimálár nélkül!
Nézd meg a többi termékem is, 1 FT-os aukciók, minimálár nélkül!
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A megrendelés folyamata:
 
Fent a terméklapon a „ Megveszem most! ”  gombra (narancssárga) kattintva tudja megrendelni a terméket.
A következő oldalon kiválaszthatja, hogy:
- személyesen (Debrecenben ) veszi át a terméket, vagy
- DPD futárszolgálattal házhoz szállítást kér.
Házhozszállítás esetén a következő lapon tudja megadni a szállítási címet!
A vásárlást követően néhány percen belül a rendszer a vaterán megadott email címére egy visszaigazolást küld, ebben pedig minden további tudnivaló szerepel (bankszámlaszám, ahova a vételárat és szálíltási költséget utalhatja, elérhetőség, stb).
Egy erre küldött válaszemailben fel tudja venni velem a kapcsolatot.
RENDELJE MEG MOST ÉS VEGYE ÁT A TERMÉKET 48 ÓRÁN BELÜL! *
*Az átutalás indítását követően mindössze 48 órán belül (2 munkanapon belül) kézbesíti a terméket a DPD.
A csomag végig nyomon követhető, így biztonságban van a pénze és a vásárolt termék is.
Amennyiben több terméket vásárol,  spórolhat az újabb szállítási költségeken. További termékeinket megtalálja a lenti galériában, vagy ide kattintva:   "Az eladó további termékei"
(A termékekből korlátozott mennyiség van raktáron, ezért a kinézett termék megrendelését követően is meg tudja nézni a termékeinket - így biztosan nem marad le a termékről! )
Vásároljon megbízható Eladótól!
AZ ELADÓ ÖSSZES TERMÉKÉHEZ KATT IDE!
RFID Biztonsági védőtok védő tok NFC paypass bankkártya védelem adatlopás ellen lopás = AKCIÓ 1FT
Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2019-11-22 11:20
          

RFID Biztonsági védőtok védő tok NFC paypass bankkártya védelem adatlopás ellen lopás = AKCIÓ 1FT - Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft

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Bankkártya védőtok (1db/csomag) - RFID adatlopás elleni védelem
Műszaki adatok
PayPass bankkártya védőtok
Méret: 54× 86mm
Anyag: hajlékony puha műanyag
Kiszerelés: 1db / csomag
1 db bankkártya tárolására alkalmas
speciális anyaggal bélelt védőtok mely blokkolja az RFID jeleket
Miért válik az RFID védelem egyre fontosabbá?
Az érintés nélküli fizetés egyre gyakoribbá válik. Így az emberek egyre nagyobb számban használják az RFID és NFC rendszereket. Napjainkban a bankkártyák, hitelkártyák, személyazonosító okmányok, útlevelek, egészségbiztosítási kártyák adatait számos esetben RFID chippek tárolják, így egyre többen használják ezeket a rendszereket fizetésre, vagy személyazonosság igazolására. A gond az, hogy megfelelő applikáció segítségével ezek az adatok egyszerűen olvashatók akár egy okostelefon segítségével. RFID védelemmel rendelkező tokok és kártyatartók segítenek megvédeni adatainkat az illetéktelen leolvasásokkal szemben 13, 56 MHz frekvencián, amely nemzetközi szinten a leginkább használt.
Gyakori kérdések és válaszok az RFID és NFC rendszerekről
Hogyan működik az RFID?
Az RFID (rádió frekveniás azonosítás) egy szakmai kifejezés arra a közvetítőre, mely átadja az elektronikusan tárolt adatokat a kártya és a leolvasó között. Így például személyes információkhoz és számla adatokhoz juthatunk távolról is egy elektromágneses hullámokat olvasó készülék segítségével, néhány okostelefon is működik leolvasóként.
Hogyan működik az NFC?
Az NFC (közeli kommunikáció) technológia lehetővé teszi közeli távolságból rádió hullámok közvetítését és ezáltal az információk cseréjét. Pl. egy hitelkártya és egy automata leolvasó rendszer lehetővé teszi, hogy érintés nélkül fizessünk.
Hol használják az RFID-t?
A bankkártyák, személy azonosító okmányok, útlevelek, jogosítványok csoportján kívül RFID chip-eket tartalmazhatnak még a vevőkártyák, bónusz kártyák, biztosítási kártyák és egyéb azonosító kártyák. Mivel az RFID segítségével az információk gyorsan közvetíthetők gyarkan használják beléptető kártyák, blokkoló órák, valamint kereskedelmi és logisztikai rendszerek esetében is.
Hogy ismerhetem fel, hogy a kártya RFID vagy NFC kódolást tartalmaz?
A szimbólumok és jelek nagyon eltérőek lehetnek. Egyes esetekben, mint a bankoknál egyértelműen meg van jelölve, hogy mely kártyák tartalmaznak ilyen jellegű információkat. A modern azonosító okmányok esetében a RFID chip a jobb felső sarokban található, az útlevelek esetében a borító alatt.
Hogy  működnek az RFID blokkolók?
Az RFID védelemmel ellátott tokok megbízhatóan blokkolják a rádióhullámokat, így a tárolt információ nem olvasható. Az olvasó így egyszerűen nem kapja meg a jeleket, amiket le tudna olvasni.
RFID védelemmel ellátott tokok a bankkártyák és hitelkártyák számára
A bankkártyatok és bankkártya tartó megvédi a kártyákat az illetéktelen leolvasásokkal szemben 13, 56 MHz-en. Megbízható védelmet biztosíta az RFID adatok olvasásával szemben.
Az RFID védelemmel ellátott tokok használatával az RFID kártyákon tárolt információ biztonságban van az illetéktelen leolvasásokkal szemben.
Az aukció 1 forintról indul, minimálár nélkül!
Nézd meg a többi termékem is, 1 FT-os aukciók, minimálár nélkül!
===========================================================================
A megrendelés folyamata:
 
Fent a terméklapon a „ Megveszem most! ”  gombra (narancssárga) kattintva tudja megrendelni a terméket.
A következő oldalon kiválaszthatja, hogy:
- személyesen (Debrecenben ) veszi át a terméket, vagy
- DPD futárszolgálattal házhoz szállítást kér.
Házhozszállítás esetén a következő lapon tudja megadni a szállítási címet!
A vásárlást követően néhány percen belül a rendszer a vaterán megadott email címére egy visszaigazolást küld, ebben pedig minden további tudnivaló szerepel (bankszámlaszám, ahova a vételárat és szálíltási költséget utalhatja, elérhetőség, stb).
Egy erre küldött válaszemailben fel tudja venni velem a kapcsolatot.
RENDELJE MEG MOST ÉS VEGYE ÁT A TERMÉKET 48 ÓRÁN BELÜL! *
*Az átutalás indítását követően mindössze 48 órán belül (2 munkanapon belül) kézbesíti a terméket a DPD.
A csomag végig nyomon követhető, így biztonságban van a pénze és a vásárolt termék is.
Amennyiben több terméket vásárol,  spórolhat az újabb szállítási költségeken. További termékeinket megtalálja a lenti galériában, vagy ide kattintva:   "Az eladó további termékei"
(A termékekből korlátozott mennyiség van raktáron, ezért a kinézett termék megrendelését követően is meg tudja nézni a termékeinket - így biztosan nem marad le a termékről! )
Vásároljon megbízható Eladótól!
AZ ELADÓ ÖSSZES TERMÉKÉHEZ KATT IDE!
RFID Biztonsági védőtok védő tok NFC paypass bankkártya védelem adatlopás ellen lopás = AKCIÓ 1FT
Jelenlegi ára: 1 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2019-11-22 11:19
          

#MansuhTouchNGo Mula Penuhi Laman Twitter

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Dengan alasan membantu melancarkan perjalanan pelanggan serta mengurangkan kesesakan di plaza tol ketika keluar dari lebuh raya, Bermula 5 November 2019, PLUS Malaysia Berhad memutuskan untuk menutup perkhidmatan tambah nilai Touch ‘n Go (TnG) di semua lorong keluar di plaza tol di lebuh raya seliaannya.

Bagaimanapun, langkah ini nampaknya memberi pelbagai reaksi netizen kerana ia dianggap lebih menyusahkan orang ramai untuk mencari pusat tambah nilai yang disediakan oleh TnG jika dalam situasi terdesak.

Oleh sebab itu, netizen telah melancarkan kempen bagi menghapuskan sistem TnG yang dianggap tidak lagi sesuai digunakan dan menyusahkan serta perlu caj tambahan apabila ingin menambah nilai. Kempen #MansuhTouchNGO kini menjadi trending di Twitter sejak semalam.

Sebelum ini, PLUS mahu menggunakan sistem RFID yang membolehkan pengguna membayar melalui TnG dan kad kredit atau kad kredit, tetapi tidak disenangi oleh CIMB Group Holdings Berhad yang memiliki pegangan saham majoriti 52% TnG.

Pengenalan sistem RFID oleh PLUS dikatakan telah melanggar perjanjian konsesi yang telah dimeterai sejak 1998.

Sistem RFID TnG mempunyai sambungan dengan e-dompet Touch ‘n Go, manakala sistem RFID PLUS menggunakan kad debit dan kredit pengguna dengan melakukan pembayar tol secara terus dari akaun bank mereka.

Justeru, pengguna membantah dan mempersoalkan mengapa tidak menggunakan kaedah lain seperti Pay Wave yang tidak membabitkan bayaran tambahan berbanding kaedah sekarang.

Dengan pelancaran kempen ini di media sosial, netizen berharap kerajaan mengambil tindakan terhadap syarikat terbabit yang mengamalkan monopoli dan tidak menghiraukan kemaslahatan pengguna... sumber laporan dari SINI

Menariknya isu mengenai Touch n Go' yang dibangkitkan oleh Netizen ini didengar dan dibawa ke Parlimen oleh Ahli Parlimen Pembangkang iaitu dari MCA Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

Mungkin sebab Ahli Parlimen dari Pakatan Harapan sedang sibuk memikirkan isu mengenai PM8 kot.. jadi tak sempat nak fikir hal yang melibatkan kepentingan rakyat ni..

Dan dijawab oleh Timbalan Menteri KEMENTERIAN Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna (KPDNHEP), Chong Chieng Jen

KEMENTERIAN Perdagangan Dalam Negeri dan Hal Ehwal Pengguna (KPDNHEP) menjelaskan Touch ‘n Go bukanlah suatu monopoli, sebaliknya banyak lagi pemain lain yang beroperasi di pasaran dompet digital (e-wallet) tempatan. 
Timbalan Menterinya Chong Chieng Jen berkata, antaranya MCash, Boost, GrabPay dan Alipay malah, senarai penuh pemegang lesen e-wallet turut dipamer di laman web Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM). 
Beliau berkata, mengikut undang-undang sedia ada mengikut Seksyen 10 Akta Persaingan 2010, monopoli boleh dikategorikan sebagai satu kesalahan jika menghalang kemasukan pemain lain dalam pasaran. 
“Kami mendapati khidmat Touch ‘n Go dilihat sebagai pemudah cara kepada alternatif menggunakan tunai. Ini bermaksud pengguna diberi pilihan sama ada untuk menggunakan Touch ‘n Go sebagai kaedah pembayaran atau tidak,” katanya pada sesi soal jawab lisan di sidang Dewan Rakyat, hari ini. 
Beliau menjawab soalan Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong (BN-Ayer Hitam) berhubung tindakan kerajaan untuk mengekang monopoli penggunaan kad Touch ‘n Go memandangkan caj tambahan 10 peratus dikenakan di tempat letak kereta dan caj 50 sen bagi setiap kali tambah nilai. 
Mengulas lanjut, Chong berkata, caj tambahan sebanyak 10 peratus yang dikenakan itu adalah caj yang dikenakan hanya di tempat yang mana perkhidmatan pembayaran tiket menggunakan kad Touch ‘n Go dan tunai disediakan pada masa yang sama. 
“Bagaimanapun, di kawasan tempat kereta yang hanya terdapat infrastruktur Touch ‘n Go sebagai kaedah pembayaran, tiada caj tambahan akan dikenakan. 
“Selain itu, saya dimaklumkan Touch ‘n Go akan memastikan semua kontrak baharu atau pembaharuan kontrak pada masa depan tidak mengenakan sebarang surcaj yang berasaskan kadar diskaun peniaga (MDR) manakala, kontrak sedia ada yang berasaskan surcaj akan tamat tempoh secara berperingkat. 
“Saya ingin jelaskan bahawa polisi caj 10 peratus ini diwarisi daripada kerajaan terdahulu dan sekarang kita (Pakatan Harapan) akan menghapuskan kos tambahan itu,” katanya. 
Bagi isu caj 50 sen tambah nilai Touch ‘n Go pula katanya, syarikat itu menyediakan 11,168 lokasi tambah nilai di seluruh negara malah, tambah nilai tanpa apa-apa bayaran boleh dilakukan di beberapa lokasi seperti TNG Spot dan kedai runcit seperti Watsons, Guardian, Tesco, KK Mart dan Caring Pharmacy. 
“Secara keseluruhan sebanyak 2,880 lokasi tambah nilai disediakan tanpa apa-apa caj di seluruh negara. Terpulang kepada pengguna untuk melakukan tambah nilai di lokasi berkenaan atau di tempat yang mengenakan caj tambahan sebanyak 50 sen,” katanya. 
Bagaimanapun, katanya, pengeluar wang elektronik dikehendaki mematuhi beberapa prinsip panduan yang dikeluarkan Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) khususnya dalam mengenakan fi (caj) ke atas produk dan perkhidmatan yang ditawarkan lapor MyMetro

Hmmm....

Ini adalah lapan perkara yang kita perlu tahu mengenai 'Touch n Go',

1. Kad Touch ‘n Go mempunyai tarikh luput

Jika dilihat pada kad keluaran terbaru, terdapat tarikh luput dinyatakan pada kad berkenaan namun untuk kad versi lama, tidak pasti pula. Jadi, apa kata anda semak kad masing-masing dan periksa tarikh luput kad anda.

2. Waranti sebulan untuk semua kad baru

Jika anda baru membeli kad, waranti kad tersebut adalah selama sebulan. Jika kad berkenaan terbukti rosak atau tidak berfungsi, maka penggantian kad akan dilakukan secara percuma!

3. Ia boleh dinyahaktifkan jika telah lama tidak digunakan

Ramai juga pengguna kad Touch ‘n Go yang hanya menggunakan kad mereka sekali sekala dan ia sebenarnya boleh membuat kad anda dinyahaktifkan jika anda tidak menggunakannya selama 12 bulan.

Menurut pihak Touch ‘n Go: “Terdapat beberapa kad Touch ‘n Go yang tidak aktif dalam sistem kami. Kad-kad yang tidak aktif ini telah menyebabkan beban pada sistem, dan ia menghalang sistem daripada beroperasi secara optimum, sehingga mempengaruhi tahap perkhidmatan kepada pengguna aktif.”

4. Anda boleh kehilangan wang anda di dalam kad jika kad tersebut tidak kekal aktif

Jika kad anda tidak aktif, anda akan dicaj RM5. Amaun ini akan ditolak daripada deposit ataupun pada baki wang kad anda. Anda akan dikenakan bayaran RM5 untuk setiap ENAM bulan tempoh kad tersebut tidak aktif.

5. Anda akan dicaj RM10 bagi menggantikan kad yang rosak.

Jika anda mempunyai kad yang rosak, bersedialah untuk membayar caj penggantian

6. Anda akan dapat pulangan wang jika terlebih caj

Jika anda dicaj melebihi caj yang sepatutnya, anda berpeluang untuk mendapatkan kembali pulangan wang anda tetapi anda perlu menunggu dengan sabar kerana prosesnya agak lama.

7. Kad Touch ‘n Go tidak boleh diklon

Kad Touch ‘n Go sebenarnya agak selamat digunakan dan ia tidak boleh diklonkan. Ini bermakna, satu kad adalah untuk satu pengguna sahaja.

8. Anda boleh mendapatkan e-pernyataan bagi setiap transaksi

Anda perlu layari portal Touch ‘n Go dan log masuk. Klik pada ‘lihat transaksi’ yang terletak di bahagian kiri. Pilih info yang ingin anda semak seperti tarikh transaksi, nombor siri, tarikh mula dan tamat. Klik cari.

Jika mahu info lanjut, pilih kategori (semua transaksi, semua tambah nilai dan caj-caj lain). Anda boleh lihat kesemua perincian menerusi aplikasi, eksport dan cetak.

Sumber - EraBaru


... Persoalannya.. kenapa perlu ada tarikh luput?.. kemana perginya wang yang ada dalam kad yang dinyah aktifkan oleh pihak Touch n Go itu??
          

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2019/11/7
 

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Debating Divestment in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences

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A formal, docketed discussion as proponents of divestment intensify their campaign 

Photograph of University Hall, where the Faculty of Arts and Sciences meets

University Hall, where the Faculty of Arts and Sciences is based and holds faculty meetings
Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications


University Hall, where the Faculty of Arts and Sciences is based and holds faculty meetings
Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

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This afternoon, at its regularly scheduled faculty meeting—which happened to fall on the day after President Donald Trump moved formally to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change—the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) formally docketed “a discussion of whether Harvard’s appropriate response to the global climate and ecological crisis should include financial divestment from fossil fuel interests.” The public discussion with President Lawrence S. Bacow, long sought by faculty advocates of divesting endowment assets invested in fossil-fuel production, follows an October airing of concerns about climate change (read a detailed account here)—which was on the agenda as a more general “discussion of the global climate and ecological crisis and Harvard’s appropriate response to that crisis.” (Bacow, who normally presides at FAS meetings, was absent that day, for Rosh Hashanah.)

The forum took place at a time of heightened activity by campus and community divestment advocates, including alumni pressuring the University to reveal its fossil-energy investments, if any, and to dispose of them—and an effort, announced this past Sunday, to put forth a slate of candidates for the Board of Overseers in the spring 2020 election who will advocate both divestment and changes in Harvard governance (see a separate report on these matters, to be published on November 6).

The Faculty’s Forum

Today’s discussion did not introduce a formal legislative proposal—which would, under FAS rules, have to lay over for a vote at a subsequent meeting. Instead, it provided the occasion for faculty divestment advocates to make their case, in the open, to Bacow and to former Harvard Corporation member Jessica Tuchman Mathews ’67, who was president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and was a founder of the World Resources Institute—an environmental research organization. (During Tuchman’s service on the senior governing board, from 2013 to last year, the Corporation and then-Harvard president Drew Gilpin Faust articulated their opposition to divestment. Bacow was a Corporation member then, too. Senior Fellow William F. Lee ’72, who has spoken for the Corporation in opposition to divestment, was apparently unable to attend today’s session.)

The three docketed faculty speakers, respectively, addressed the role of individual professors and the larger institution in taking on climate change; the history of Harvard’s decisions concerning its investments and public-policy questions; and the operations of the endowment itself and the financial implications of divestment.

They were followed by speakers from the floor, some of whom made further arguments for divestment, and some who forcefully objected to divestment—instead focusing on the faculty’s role in teaching and research, and likely (unintended) political perceptions of its advocacy of divestment. President Bacow then spoke about points of agreement, even though he disagreed with divestment as an action or as a “litmus test” for any person or institution.

Where speakers provided their comments in advance or after delivery, they are reproduced below as prepared for delivery. Where other faculty members spoke from the floor, FAS rules require that they consent to being associated by name with quotations from or paraphrases of their remarks within the confines of faculty meetings; that consent has been sought, and when and if it is granted, the text will be updated to associate the speakers with their remarks. [Updated November 6 at 3:40 P.M. All the speakers are now identified below,with their consent.]

The Docketed Speakers

Individual and institutional responsibility: statement of Charlie Conroy, professor of astronomy and director of graduate studies.

I am an astronomer. I spend most of my time collecting data and running computer models to understand the origin of our Galaxy. But today I speak to you as a deeply concerned member of our community.

I have grown up with the reality of what we once called global warming: rising temperatures, melting glaciers, species extinctions, destabilizing weather patterns. The consequences for humans have also been in plain view: increased occurrence of famine, droughts, and diseases, and, on the horizon, a refugee crisis unparalleled in human history. And yet, like many people I became numb to the increasingly urgent calls for action. I was busy and preoccupied with issues closer to home: raising a family, conducting research, securing tenure. I focused on small acts—recycling, commuting with public transit, eating locally grown food. What more could I do? I am after all only one person.

That thinking was wrong.

As members of the Harvard faculty we have a powerful platform to effect change. This means that we also have a responsibility to use that power in extraordinary times. And these are extraordinary times.  

As I speak California is burning. UC Santa Cruz, where I used to teach, has been subjected to forced blackouts resulting in canceled classes. Fire-related evacuations are now a routine part of life for many communities. This is the new normal. In recognition of the climate crisis, the University of California system is divesting its $13-billion endowment and its $70-billion pension fund from fossil fuels. 

The ice sheets on West Antarctica and Greenland together hold enough water to raise global sea level by 13 meters. Destabilization of these ice sheets could result in sea level rise of 2 meters by the end of this century and 6 meters by the end of the following century. With 6 meters of sea-level rise significant portions of the Harvard campus will be underwater. As will all of MIT, Fenway, and the South End. Globally the situation will be much worse: 600 million people live at an elevation within 10 meters of sea level.

We in rich countries may be able to mitigate the worst effects of climate change, though the costs may be staggering. Maybe. Maybe not. But island nations, poor countries in South Asia and elsewhere, will not have the option of buying their way out of disaster. 

The predicted short-term consequences of climate change from major organizations such as the IPCC [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] tend to be conservative. We see evidence of this every year as new reports indicate the pace of change is accelerating faster than predicted. The global climate is a complex system with multiple non-linear feedback cycles that are poorly understood. The near future could easily turn out to be much more extreme than current models predict—during the Pliocene Epoch the levels of CO2 in the atmosphere were comparable to today’s levels. During that time the Earth was 3° C warmer and global sea levels were 10-20 meters higher.

There is currently five times more fossil fuel in proven reserves than can be burnt if we are to stay within the 2°C warming scenario advocated by the UN Paris Agreement. Avoiding catastrophic changes to our world will therefore require leaving huge reserves of fossil fuel in the ground. And yet, the fossil-fuel industry continues to devote vast sums of money and resources to identifying new reserves. Despite its profession of support for the Paris Agreement, ExxonMobil has not changed its position since this agreement was signed. In 2015 ExxonMobil projected that by 2040 fossil fuels would supply over 75 percent of the world’s energy needs. In its latest projections from this year, that number has actually risen to 80 percent.   

It is simply unrealistic to expect the fossil-fuel industry to willingly walk away from so much money in the ground. As our colleague Naomi Oreskes has demonstrated through extensive scholarship [read her October statement here], the fossil-fuel industry has for decades engaged in deliberate doubt-mongering on the topic of climate change. This includes explicit undermining of public policy and indirect undermining of attempts to move to alternative energies. In light of these facts, the idea of working in collaboration with the fossil-fuel industry is dangerously naïve and counterproductive.

These extraordinary times require big ideas and bold leadership.  

The scale of the problem is so enormous that many ideas must be pursued simultaneously. We should commit to a carbon-free campus on a rapid timescale. We should incentivize reduced air travel and the use of a robust public transit system. We should encourage significant new academic and research ventures. We should engage with our community beyond Harvard. And we should divest from the fossil-fuel industry.

There are multiple reasons to support divestment. There are arguments from history and from economics that my colleagues will discuss. My perspective is this: the degree of action and change required to avoid the worst-case scenarios is far larger than anything we could hope to accomplish on our own, even as teachers and researchers. Every one of us could commit 100 percent of our time and resources to combating climate change, but that would fall far short of what is needed. This is where divestment comes in. It is an opportunity, perhaps our best opportunity, to catalyze action and change far beyond these walls. 

Imagine I came here to announce that a civilization-destroying asteroid is heading toward Earth. Would we wait to act until the probability of disaster is 100 percent? No. Would we wait to act until the impact was days or weeks away? No. Climate change is that asteroid. Its impact will be felt not instantaneously but over years, decades, and centuries. As scientists we have an obligation not only to identify and study the asteroid, but to act upon the clear and present danger it represents, and to join our colleagues in other disciplines in urging responsible action.

Harvard is in a position to lead on this issue. We have a responsibility to do so. Now is the time to act.

The Harvard historical perspective: statement of Joyce E. Chaplin, Phillips professor of early American history. (Footnotes removed from this version.)

On the question of divestment from fossil-fuel interests. Harvard’s official position has been that the endowment should not be used to make political points or influence social policy, that the University’s engagement with leaders in the fossil-fuel industry would instead be more effective. In my remarks today, I will examine Harvard’s past in order to question this position, showing that Harvard has a long history of using its reputation and resources to make points about politics and society, that there are precedents for using Harvard’s endowment to state those ethical claims, and that reluctance to do so has had the unfortunate effect of making Harvard seem indifferent to human-rights violations. 

Harvard has been raising its voice in politics and public life at least since April 3rd, 1776, when it granted an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws to General George Washington, commander of the Continental Army. Harvard thus endorsed the idea of American independence three months before delegates from Massachusetts would sign the Declaration of Independence. Harvard would gain its own independence in 1865, when selection of the Overseers would begin to be done by alumni rather than the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. From this point on, Harvard’s contributions to public life would increasingly engage the worlds beyond Massachusetts. This was notably the case for the service Harvard President James B. Conant performed for the Manhattan Project during World War II. Conant became director of the National Defense Research Committee in 1941; he estimated that, during the war, he racked up half a million miles on the train between Boston and Washington, D.C. Conant witnessed the July 16th, 1945 successful test of the first atomic bomb, “Trinity,” at Almogordo, New Mexico, reporting that “the whole sky [was] suddenly full of white light[,] like the end of the world.” 

After the war, Harvard faced new questions about its financial investments, and this is when we first see a stated policy of conservatism about the endowment—during the Civil Rights movement. In May 1964, at the start of the Mississippi Summer Project, Harvard and Radcliffe students identified Harvard as the largest shareholder in Middle South Utilities. This company owned Mississippi Power and Light, whose leadership overlapped with that of the Jackson Citizens’ Council, a white supremacist group. Students did not ask for divestment; rather, they requested that the Corporation withdraw 10 percent of its $10-million investment in Mississippi Power and Light to use as bail for students working for civil rights in Mississippi. The Corporation refused. A conflict of interest was apparent. Middle South’s second largest stockholder was Massachusetts Investor Trust; a member of the Harvard Board of Overseers, Thomas D. Cabot, served on the trust’s advisory board. In addition, Harvard’s treasurer, Paul C. Cabot, was chairman of Middle South’s third largest stockholder, State Street Investment Corporation. When Cabot retired, he was succeeded by Harvard’s deputy treasurer, George F. Bennett, also of State Street Investment. In the wake of the controversy over Harvard’s investment in Middle South Utilities, Bennett responded, “We don’t try to accomplish social purposes with our capital; we just try to put it where it will bring us the best return.”

That preference was restated several times during Derek Bok’s twenty-year term as president of Harvard. One year into Bok’s tenure, two student groups, in February 1972, demanded that the Corporation sell its 682,000 shares of stock in Gulf Oil, valued around $20 million. Gulf Oil was extracting oil from the coastline of Angola, a militarily-occupied colony of Portugal, which until 1974 was itself ruled by a dictatorship, one determined to suppress Angolan freedom fighters. But the Harvard Corporation declined either to sell its Gulf Oil stock or require the company to issue a report on its business strategies in Angola. 

This too was the response when students urged Harvard to disassociate itself from the apartheid regime in South Africa. The 1980s anti-apartheid movement focused on government sanctions of the country and non-governmental divestment from commercial and financial interests in South Africa. Harvard’s disinclination to divest was, in this instance, technically political, because it could have been read as criticism of U.S. leadership—President Ronald Reagan opposed sanctions. The Reaganite alternative was “constructive engagement” with the apartheid regime and with South African businesses, to persuade government and business leaders to abandon racist policies; Harvard likewise advocated constructive engagement. Of course, this position of not divesting was no less political than making any decision to divest. Only when it became clear, by 1985, that Reagan’s policy against sanctions was losing support did Harvard begin to divest from its financial connections to South Africa. By 1988, formal U.S. policy no longer endorsed unilateral engagement with the apartheid regime; it was considered irrelevant, if not bankrupt, as a political strategy. The 2009 comprehensive history of The Rise and Fall of Apartheid, peer-reviewed, published by a university press, does not even list “constructive engagement” or its Reagan-era architect in the book’s index. 

The position that the Harvard endowment should not be used to address social problems has, in any case, never been consistent. In 1970, a Harvard Committee on University Relations with Corporate Enterprise issued a statement that ethics should influence investment, specifically naming alcohol and tobacco as questionable sources of profit. During the controversy over Angola, President Bok set up two deliberative committees: a Harvard Corporation Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (CCSR) and an Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility (ACSR) composed of alumni, faculty, and students. Perhaps unexpectedly, the CCSR proved to be somewhat critical of anti-divestment and the ACSR in 1984 voted for total divestment. 

And in the case of one industry, divestment became Harvard’s policy. In 1990, Harvard sold off its last (direct) stock in tobacco companies. “This decision was motivated by the University's belief that in this case it would be unable, as a continuing shareholder, to influence the policy of the companies in regard to the marketing practices mentioned above, and by the desire not to be associated as a shareholder with companies engaged in significant sales of products that create a substantial and unjustified risk of harm to human health.” 

If the official position of the President and Fellows of Harvard College is still that Harvard’s endowment should not be used for political or social purposes, that engagement with the fossil-fuel industries is instead preferable, I think we must ask: why? Why should a position tarnished through association with racism be acceptable as a response to the climate crisis, arguably the greatest threat to human rights today? Why should “engagement,” highly questionable during the 1980s argument over apartheid, now be regarded as an effective way to handle an industry we know to be perfidious? The World Health Organization and Harvard physicians warn that the climate crisis is already generating threats to global public health, threats that will eventually be enormous—why are these of less concern than those posed by big tobacco? In 1945, Harvard’s president saw his work on atomic weapons culminate in a light so bright it seemed to signify the end of the world. In 2019, science has shone enough light on climate change for all of us to see that it might end the world as we know it. This danger demands that we end our complicity with the industries that deny their responsibility in creating our current state of emergency.

 •Financial and investment perspective: statement of Stephen A. Marglin, Barker professor of economics. (References removed from this version.)

I must first report a failure. I do not have the information I need to speak in any detail about the Harvard endowment. Not for lack of trying. After some delay, which I mistakenly, perhaps naively, took as a positive sign, I was directed to the annual financial report and SEC filings. Practically useless.  

Absent this information, what is there to say? Turns out quite a lot. I used to caution against thinking that divestment would have a direct effect on the fossil-fuel industry by denying capital for expansion. No, the shares in ExxonMobil that Harvard sold would be purchased by some other investor. No impact on ExxonMobil.  

I’m no longer sure that it’s a fallacy to argue that our endowment directly provides capital to the fossil-fuel industry. One of the things I did learn from this year’s financial report is that over 50 percent of the endowment is invested in hedge funds and private equity. We simply do not know how much capital Harvard is providing for the expansion of the fossil-fuel industry through these vehicles. We do know, thanks to Bill McKibben [’82, a prominent climate-change and divestment activist], that providing finance for the industry is a thriving business, even as it puts the planet in jeopardy: one bank, Chase, has reportedly committed a hundred and ninety-six billion dollars in financing for the fossil-fuel industry in the three years after the Paris Agreement was signed.

How much has Harvard committed? The Administration won’t tell us.

Not that the information about current holdings and past returns is dispositive. But knowing the extent of our commitment to fossil-fuel investment would at least provide context for an intelligent discussion.

There are a small number of studies on the financial costs of divesting. Not surprisingly—this being economics after all—the conclusions differ. Two studies argue that divestment would have major effects on the financial performance of investment funds, one suggesting that the Harvard endowment in particular would be 16 percent smaller after 50 years if we divested our holdings in fossil-fuels.

These studies suffer from two defects. First, the argument rests on the superior performance of energy stocks during one particular decade. Between 2003 and 2012, ExxonMobil stock rose at double the rate of the stock-market average, from $35 per share in the first week of 2003 to $89 in the last week of 2012. The second defect—make of it what you will—was that both these studies were financed, as the authors acknowledge, by the Independent Petroleum Association of America.

Other studies, I read four, find no adverse effects of divestment. The risk-adjusted performance of portfolios with and without fossil-fuel stocks are virtually identical over long periods.

But all these studies look at publicly traded stocks, and only one-quarter of our endowment is invested this way. In any case, one thing we know for sure: the past is not going to be a very good guide to the future. Unless you’re Donald Trump, climate change is real.  

And so, looking ahead into the not-too-distant future, are the financial risks of investing in fossil fuels. The major risk is stranded assets, oil, gas, and coal that must be left in the ground if we are to limit global warming to the 1.5° Celsius target that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change now recommends.    

Not a problem for ExxonMobil. As Professor Conroy pointed out, ExxonMobil has upped the ante: in 2014, it was projecting that over 75 percent of the world’s energy would come from fossil fuels in 2040; in its most recent projections, the 2040 percentage for fossil fuels is 80 percent. No peak oil, no stranded assets. The oil companies, professing allegiance to the Paris Agreement and even to the IPCC’s revised targets, are like St. Augustine: give us renewable energy, only not yet. 

Stranded assets are not the only problem. ExxonMobil is in court right now defending against charges brought by the Attorney General of New York that “the company lied to shareholders and to the public about the costs and consequences of climate change.” Litigation is an increasing worry and now appears among the risk factors major oil companies acknowledge. 

A third risk, believe it or not, is the divestment movement itself.  Listen to Shell Oil:

“Additionally, some groups are pressuring certain investors to divest their investments in fossil-fuel companies. If this were to continue, it could have a material adverse effect on the price of our securities and our ability to access equity capital markets.”

Whom are we to believe? Well, institutions with assets totaling $11.5 trillion have divested at least partially. Yes, their motives are complicated, but financial motives are playing an increasing role. The University of California is divesting fossil-fuel investments from both its $13-billion endowment and its $70-billion pension fund. The Chair of the Board of Regents investment committee and UC’s chief investment officer could not be clearer:

“We believe hanging on to fossil fuel assets is a financial risk….

“We [are placing] our bets that clean energy will fuel the world’s future. That means we believe there is money to be made. We have chosen to invest for a better planet, and reap the financial rewards for UC.”

Can a clever (or lucky) investor make money for the University even if the fossil-fuel industry is going down the tubes? You bet. If you’d bought ExxonMobil at the end of 2018 and sold it in April of this year you would have made 20 percent on your investment. Can a clever investor consistently make money out of special situations? That’s more doubtful. And these clever investors don’t come cheap. Perhaps this is why the University of California has decided to go down a fossil-fuel-free path.

Our endowment managers already screen potential investments in terms of environmental effects, social effects, and corporate governance (ESG for short). The website of the Harvard Management Company, the guardians of our endowment, even recognizes the particular relevance of these factors in assessing the impact of climate change (https://www.hmc.harvard.edu/sustainable-investing/#esg). HMC’s senior vice president for sustainability, Michael Cappucci, has argued convincingly that ESG is not for the fainthearted. The worst results come from a half-way commitment. 

Here is a simple screening device that will strengthen our commitment to ESG and bring HMC into line with what hopefully, sooner rather than later, will become standard practice for institutions like ours: Is this investment contributing to the solution of global climate change? Extra points. Or is it part of the problem? No way. Fossil fuels are rightly an endangered species. No prudent investor would choose to be the last hold-out.

In the end financial considerations will take us only so far. One consequence of the Jeffrey Epstein scandal is that both President Bacow and Provost Garber have expressed the need to rethink our policy about donations. Epstein’s crime was to sexually abuse teen-aged girls. He has been credibly accused of rape. I expect we will end up with a policy of screening donations on the basis of the character of the donor. President Bacow, ExxonMobil has been credibly accused of raping the planet and lying about it to boot. Are we really any less culpable accepting the poisoned fruit of fossil-fuel investments than accepting the tainted money of the ilk of Jeffrey Epstein?

Comments from the Floor

Following these docketed statements, other speakers joined the discussion.

[Updated November 5, 2019, 8:00 p.m., to identify the speaker.] Hooper professor of geology Daniel P. Schrag—who is also professor of environmental science and engineering and  director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment—said he was “very impressed and heartened” by the discussions in October and today, given the importance of climate change—the greatest challenge human society has ever faced—and the difficulties it presents as a “global collective-action problem” of the sort humans find it hard to solve, and as a problem on “really long time scales,” extending thousands and even tens of thousands of years. Very long time scales also characterize the necessary changes in the energy system, given the enormous capital investment and infrastructure involved. 

In that light, he continued, despite envisioning a huge role for Harvard to play, he opposed divestment. Even though climate change poses moral issues, there are real differences surrounding divesting, and the problem does not fall solely on the endowment managers. Rather, Harvard and the FAS have to contribute via “the education we give our students and the research we do in every field.” Symbolic actions can have a value, but they are problematic when they supercede actions needed to effect change. He recalled proposing a major initiative on climate and energy at the outset of The Harvard Campaign; despite decanal and faculty enthusiasm, President Faust declined to pursue it, and instead initiated a grant-making presidential climate-solutions fund: worthwhile, but, funded at $8 million, an “embarrassing” level of commitment relative to the problem. Given the recent $750-million gift to Caltech for climate research, a larger, broader institution like Harvard ought to aim even higher. It was laudable for Harvard to stress its internal greenhouse-gas-reduction goals, but again, those efforts are symbolic, when “by far the biggest way we will impact the future of our climate” is through research and teaching.

He applauded the passion and engagement of student advocates of divestment. But he still felt the “obligation to do our central task first,” in the classroom and laboratories. He hoped that faculty members from across the University, and in every FAS discipline, would engage in efforts to conduct research and teaching on climate change on a major scale, and that deans and the president and provost would support that.

•An economist’s political perspective on the perils of divestment: statement of James H. Stock, Burbank professor of political economy.

In 2013-14, I served as a Member of the Council of Economic Advisors under President Obama. My portfolio included energy, environment, and climate. I was the chief economist in the White House working on the Clean Power Plan, our regulation for reducing CO2 emissions from the power sector. I also led the process that led to the moratorium on new leases under the Federal coal program. Although I had worked on climate issues as a secondary interest prior to my time in D.C., since returning to Harvard, climate economics and policy have been the main focus of my research and public engagement. Disclosure: I take no financial support from the fossil-fuel industry.

Putting aside direct financial market effects, divesting sends a message. My worry is that the message, intended or not, is one of moral superiority. We would send that message not just to the oil executives who spent $30 million to defeat a carbon tax in Washington state, but to the oil roughneck in west Texas, the refinery worker in Louisiana, the long-haul trucker, and the coal miner in Gillette, Wyoming. Those workers are not morally flawed by virtue of their working in the fossil-fuel industry. But how could they interpret Harvard’s divestment as other than yet another criticism by liberal elites of the honest way of life they adopted to earn a living and support their families? 

This summer, I testified in Congress on the Federal Coal program. The hearing occurred a week after a coal company, Blackjewel, unexpectedly declared bankruptcy and closed two mines near Gillette. Wyoming’s representative, Liz Cheney, who is on the committee, lit in to me. I quote: 

“Our communities and our families are feeling and facing real pain. We have had 700 people laid off, and the idea that that pain would be used by witnesses in this committee to somehow suggest that we ought to pursue an anti-coal endeavor to me is really offensive.”

She continued in this vein. Representative Cheney’s comments built on a narrative of climate action being something coastal elites do at the expense of everyday Americans. Harvard’s divestment would play into that narrative.

Decarbonizing the economy is a problem we must solve. But if the solution is to be durable, we need to solve it together as a nation. This issue is too important to be driving wedges.

What should Harvard do? In brief: Invest, not divest. Invest in teaching and research in climate technology and policy. These are things we do well but insufficiently, and here, Harvard can do much more. 

•A counter-divestment argument, on FAS’s academic mission: statement of Harry R. Lewis, Gordon McKay professor of computer science

I am Harry Lewis, Gordon McKay professor of computer science, and I should like to speak against the push for divestment from fossil fuels. 

Let me begin by agreeing with the colleagues who have docketed this discussion that climate change is the great existential threat of our times. The question is what Harvard should do about it. Of course, Harvard can do more than one thing, but as we are an institution devoted to teaching and research, those are the weapons we are best positioned to marshal in the fight. And teaching in particular is the thing that this Faculty, acting as a body, can decide to do. Our undergraduates disproportionately go on to influence the future of the world in industry, the professions, and public service. We could shape our curriculum so that Harvard undergraduates will leave here understanding the nature of the threat and their agency to do something about it. I know that many individual faculty members have, to their credit, stressed environmental issues in their own teaching. But we are now being asked to act as a body to pressure the Corporation for divestment, when we have taken no comparable action as a body to better educate our students. 

For this Faculty as a body to alter our education requires no petition to the Corporation or permission from any dean or president. Someone could put a curricular motion on the table and we could vote on it. If we wanted to make it happen, it would happen, whether the Corporation liked it or not. We could make a requirement, or we could fashion a more creative educational strategy. But mainly I wish that my colleagues had asked us to make a commitment as a body to do something that is actually within our competence and power to do, before asking us to tell the Corporation how it should run the endowment. Rather than piling up educational requirements, we might even decide that learning about climate change is more important than the least important of the many other things we already expect of our students.

As for divestment now. I took some pains a moment ago to name the donor of my chair, to make the point that Harvard can do good works with tainted money. If you do not know the tale of Gordon McKay, I invite you to read the Vita I wrote about him for Harvard Magazine a few years ago. He would be a pariah today, but I don’t think that has diminished the good that has come from his endowment. 

Now I have no opinion about whether Harvard should or should not be invested in anything. The job of the endowment managers is to preserve and increase Harvard’s endowment, so that we faculty can do our good works and our students can reap the benefit. Our job is advancing society through teaching and learning. 

Universities are the kidneys of society. The main thing you want from kidneys is to produce pure output, whether or not the inflow is dirty. It is odd that we regularly try to seize the moral high ground by discussing divestment from something or other that is considered impure, but we rarely talk about whether our own work advances society or not. It is no breach of academic freedom to seek answers to that question. All it requires is a willingness to be as critical of ourselves as we are of the Corporation and its investments.

At the last meeting Professor [Edward] Hall correctly described fossil-fuel divestment as a political statement, one that would not exert financial leverage on the fossil-fuel industry. Indeed, selling supply-side stocks to someone else and leaving all the demand-side stocks in our portfolio—airlines, trucking companies, Amazon, the meat industry—seems to me pointlessly self-gratifying. Really, divestment votes are a waste of time. The country’s two largest pension funds, which are many times the size of the Harvard endowment, divested from gun stocks after the Sandy Hook massacre, but there’s no evidence that did anything to solve our horrible gun problem. But they resisted pressure to divest from stores selling guns, and because they had a seat at the table as shareholders, they helped get some of those companies to change their practices.

One of the things about political statements is that they tend to be welcomed by people who don’t need convincing and to do little to persuade skeptics. They are divisive, when academia more than ever needs friends and allies today. Universities make too many political statements already, and such empty declarations increase skepticism about whether we are really in the business of truth as we claim to be or are now just one more politicized American institution.

What we as a Faculty should instead do to impact the climate, it seems to me, is to use as much money as Harvard can make available to us to fight the needed scientific, technical, economic, civic, and social fights. If some of the money we use to do that comes from the fossil-fuel industries themselves, the joke will be on them.  We should accept the profits and use them to help save the planet in the ways we are professionally competent—and powerfully positioned—to do.

[Updated November 6 at 3:40 p.m., to identify the speaker.] Steven C. Wofsy, Rotch professor of atmospheric and environmental science,  rose to say that although he had until recently opposed divestment, the  gutting of the Clean Power Plan and the CAFE standards [for automobile and truck energy efficiency], at the behest of the fossil-fuel industry, had led him to change his mind. Making money from fossil-fuel investments, he now thought, was equivalent to profiting from tobacco.

•Climate change and core values of diversity and inclusion: statement of Scott V. Edwards, professor of organismic and evolutionary biology (OEB). [Editor’s note: Professor Edwards is a member of the Board of Directors of Harvard Magazine Inc.]

As an ornithologist, my research and teaching have both involved climate change as a core driver of evolutionary and ecological change. As [Agassiz professor of zoology] Jim Hanken pointed out at our last faculty meeting, zoology classes at Harvard have been, by necessity, intensely focused on the consequences of climate change for various animal groups. For example, for decades ornithologists have quantified the extent to which climate change has altered the timing and geography of migration, often with detrimental effects on the species in question, especially when arrival times in spring are driven out of sync with the emergence of insect and other prey. The effect of climate change on animal populations is a core issue that few classes in OEB can avoid. To the extent that climate change erodes the very populations that we study in our research, our research itself will suffer and become uprooted.

But today I’d like to draw your attention to a different link between climate change and our core values as a faculty. Specifically I’d like to argue for an important link between Harvard’s approach to climate change and our approach to diversity and inclusion. I just returned from the annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Chicano and Native American Scientists, or SACNAS, one of whose themes this year was climate change. SACNAS is the largest and most diverse national gathering of students and faculty in STEM [science, technology, engineering, and mathematics] and is a fertile arena for dialogues between indigenous communities of scientists and educators. Climate change has been at the center of discussions at SACNAS for years, and we have heard heartrending stories of environmental degradation from diverse indigenous peoples, naturally the first to experience our rapidly changing environment. This year, the keynote speaker at SACNAS was Hilda Heine, the president of the Marshall Islands, a Pacific island nation whose very future depends on the ability of developed nations like ours to curtail their production of greenhouse gases. In graphic detail, President Heine reminded the audience of 5,000 undergraduates of the horrific deployment of hydrogen bombs and multiple nuclear tests by the U.S. government in the post-World War II years—a typical —I repeat, typical—example of the disregard of the U.S. government for the plight of voices perceived to be weak and marginalized. In our comfort as a developed nation, with no end to technologies and quick fixes that buffer us from the negative consequences of climate change, it’s all too easy for us to forget that many people around the globe are orders of magnitude more sensitive to climate change than we are. As a country, and, I daresay, as a University, we are literally contributing to the genocide of indigenous populations through our unwillingness to address the sources of climate change. I believe that, as a University, a failure to divest from companies grossly contributing to the problem of climate change is tantamount to contributing to this genocide and to ignoring the voices of diverse indigenous populations around the globe. How can we, as a University, claim to hold the values of diversity and inclusion to heart, when our actions disproportionately affect those already marginalized on the global stage?

[Updated November 6, 7:55 a.m., to identify the speaker and provide a fuller account of his remarks; this paragraph replaces the prior summary sentence on those remarks.] Timken University Professor Irwin I. Shapiro rose to observe that, although it may be hopelessly idealistic, he thought Harvard should consider taking the lead to help solve this clearly world problem of climate change through initiating the organizing of the universities of this country, if not of the world, to develop an approach to the scientific, political, economic, etc., means to solve the problem. That coalition then could be used to pressure the governments of the different countries to support this approach, perhaps with modifications.  This approach would likely involve both cooperation and competition of universities, and other entities, in solving specific parts of the overall problem. 

President Bacow Responds

President Bacow said these issues would be revisited at the next faculty meeting, and that the comments aired today would be taken back to the Corporation. In reflecting on the statements made, he said, “I think it’s important for us to focus not on points of disagreement but on points of agreement”—namely, that climate change is real, threatening, and demands action. “Whatever people may believe about divestment,” he continued, “we all need to agree that as a faculty, we need to confront this issue through our scholarship and teaching,” and through the actions of each individual.

He was troubled, he said, that divestment was seen as a “litmus test,” a sign of whether an individual or an institution cared about climate change. “I do,” he emphasized, recalling his scholarly career in environmental science at MIT (read background here). “I don’t need to be persuaded” that climate change is an urgent problem. So, he said, he agreed with many speakers on many things, even though he might disagree on what is the most effective action.

Turning to divestment per se, he recalled Professor Hall’s statement at the October faculty meeting, where he characterized divestment as a “political statement”—as it indeed is, Bacow said. “But we need to be modest about our capacity to improve the world merely by making political statements.” As Professor Stock had noted, this is an elite institution; many people regard it skeptically, even with mistrust, Bacow continued: “We don’t want to make it harder to solve this problem. We want to make it easier.” He noted that he was supporting research within FAS on how to support parts of the United States where people might lose from changes necessary to adapt to climate change (an example of how to proceed productively).

He also said that he would not defend the conduct of all companies, but noted, “We paint with a very broad brush” if we believe that all companies act in the same ways. Some energy companies, he noted, are trying to be carbon-neutral. They deserve constructive engagement, rather than being labeled as morally repugnant.

Harvard did divest from tobacco investments, he noted: tobacco has no social utility, it is dangerous, and owning tobacco securities was repugnant. But at the same time, Harvard banned sale of tobacco on campus, banned consumption on campus, and prohibited research funded by tobacco interests. The “day after” divesting from fossil-fuel enterprises, he said, “We would still have to turn on the lights, we would still have to heat our buildings,” and many faculty members would still get on airplanes. “We cannot wash our hands of this problem.”

Accordingly, it was urgent for an institution like Harvard to research how to lessen demand for fossil fuels, to explore and teach about new clean-energy technologies, sustainability, and the policies that would bring them into effect. Given the scope of the changes required, he said, the role of government and policy in changing behavior on a wide scale was key.

He pointed to a handout on Harvard Management Company’s engagements on sustainable investment, and urged the faculty members to read it. Were the University to divest, he said, those engagements would cease at once—something he thought faculty members ought to inform themselves about.

In any event, he said, the discussion would continue. Apart from, or beyond, divestment, a Corporation decision, he focused on the point Professor Lewis made: “What is it that as a faculty we want to do? What do you want to do,” as teaching faculty members, “with no permission from anyone”—in scholarship, teaching, and the way FAS members conduct their lives, demonstrating the power of their conviction to their students?

With that, he deemed the meeting useful and productive, and thanked all for taking part.

 

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Ramburii is a lot more nervous than the fluctuans, the similar dragon. I certainly won’t be getting close enough to lift the abdomen with my finger with a ramburii.

Normally here, I would state the difficulty of obtaining an image; easy or difficult. A few years ago, I would have said that all dragons were difficult, but my opinion has changed following a lot of practice. Ramburii has a reputation for being difficult, but I do not find it so.

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There are two dragons at my location that are quite similar, but I can tell them apart easily enough. The hard part is telling the female from the male. I will get into this on a later post and will link back to this series.

Ramburii is a lot more nervous than the fluctuans, the similar dragon. I certainly won’t be getting close enough to lift the abdomen with my finger with a ramburii.

Normally here, I would state the difficulty of obtaining an image; easy or difficult. A few years ago, I would have said that all dragons were difficult, but my opinion has changed following a lot of practice. Ramburii has a reputation for being difficult, but I do not find it so.

Location is Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. Alongside a stream and paddy fields.
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美国司法部指控两名前 Twitter 雇员为沙特阿拉伯从事间谍活动。他们访问了使用 Twitter 平台的异议人士的信息,他们的联系人与沙特王储 Mohammed bin Salman 有关联。这一案件凸显了外国力量利用美国社交媒体平台鉴别批评者并压制他们声音的问题,也引发了对硅谷科技公司保护异议人士和其他用户不受专制政府之害能力的质疑。两名前 Twitter 雇员之一是 Ahmad Abouammo,为美国公民,被控监视了三名用户的账号;另一位是 Ali Alzabarah 为沙特公民, 他被控在 2015 年访问了 6000 多名用户的账号,其中包括知名异议人士 Omar Abdulaziz 的账号。检方称第三个人、沙特公民 Ahmed Almutairi 充当了沙特官员和 Twitter 雇员之间的中间人,该沙特官员叫 Bader Al Asaker,领导了一个属于沙特王储的慈善组织。Abouammo 已经遭到逮捕,而 Alzabarah 和 Almutair 据信目前在沙特。Abouammo 在 Twitter 工作期间担任媒体关系经理,2014 年他与 Asaker 在伦敦见面之后开始为沙特访问用户数据,Asaker 至少向他支付了 30 万美元的报酬,送给了他一只 2 万美元的恒宝手表。Abouammo 在 2015 年离开 Twitter 加盟了亚马逊,从事营销和社交媒体工作。


          

NAVAデザインのコンパクトなお財布に新色が登場! 秋のお出かけを身軽に楽しもう

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コンパクトでRFIDシールドもついたNAVAデザインのお財布シリーズ「NAVA TWIN collection」に追加された新色とそれぞれのお財布の特徴を合わせてご紹介したいと思います。
          

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  • Blocage RFID : portefeuille d'embrayage équipé d'une technologie de blocage brevetée avancée, qui vise à bloquer les signaux RFID et à empêcher vos données de numériser non autorisé.
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„AirTag“ vor Launch? Apple kauft Rechte an Wortmarke

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AirTag - 9to5MacApples neuer Ortungsanhänger „AirTag“ steht womöglich kurz vor dem Start: Apple hat unlängst die Markenrechte für den Begriff „AirTag“ von einem russischen Konsortium gekauft. Zuletzt waren bereits Hinweise auf einen bevorstehenden Launch in iOS 13 aufgetaucht. Apples erwarteter neuer Ortungsanhänger könnte demnächst offiziell vorgestellt werden. Wie zuletzt aus russischen Medienberichten hervorging, hat Apple die Markenrechte für den Begriff „AirTag“ von einem russischen Unternehmenskonsortium erworben. Die Firmengruppe ISBC bezeichnet sich selbst als führenden Anbieter für Smartcard- und RFID-Technologien in Russland. Das Unternehmen bestätigte in einer Stellungnahme auf seiner Website auch, dass

Der Beitrag „AirTag“ vor Launch? Apple kauft Rechte an Wortmarke erschien zuerst auf Apfellike.com.


          

EntrySign - School Sign-in System & Visitor Management Solution

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A Secure Digital Signing-in System that’s Setting the Standards in Safeguarding

Long gone are the days of reception being able to use a simple sign in sheet to keep track of your visitors. Become GDPR compliant with this EntrySign School Sign In System & Visitor Management Solution.

Improve safeguarding in your school by having live, up to the minute visibility of who is on site and a wealth of information and reports just a click away.

Staff, pupils and students, authorised visitors such as school governors, supply teachers or peripatetic teachers and even contractors can all sign in and out using dedicated options on the touch screen, and the EntrySign back office suite can track CRB/DBS dates and other essential information.

Join the many primary and secondary schools, nurseries and colleges in the UK and across the world who have chosen EntrySign as their new visitor management system.

Each school has ites own front screen design to match their school branding, logo and colour schemes for that personalised touch.   

 

 

 

tick Simple Touch Screen Signing-in

Simple intuitive touch screen display that creates a welcoming and professional image for your business. Easy to use and simple to navigate whilst still capturing the vital information and recording it digitally in to the system.

 

tick 1-Button fire evacuation lists

Rapid access to all the information that is relevant, without the need to scramble for all the signing in books you might have. The fire evacuation button puts all the information that you need in the event of an emergency at your disposal quickly so that you don’t waste any time getting an up to date list of everyone on the premises.

 

tick Authorised absence pass for pupils leaving site

The system will issue an authorised absence pass for pupils to take with them off site. That way you can account for pupils who have left the site between registers and the pupil has a way of proving their absence from school is legitimate if challenged. 

 

tick Digitally records all movements of Visitors, Staff and Pupils

All of the data captured by the system is recorded and stored digitally. This provides you with a wealth of information that is up to the minute, live and can be used to generate comprehensive reports and statistics and will allow you to look for patterns and trends from any computer.

 

tick Pre-book and print visitor badges with one touch

The EntrySign™ system allows you to pre-book your visitors into the system. This allows you to both manage your visitors in advance and streamline their experience as well as creating a welcoming and professional appearance.

 

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The comprehensive EntrySign system management application gives you access to the live information stored and recorded in the system. That’s access to the information or reports you want quickly without having to leave your desk.

 

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The EntrySign system comes complete with a customised front screen. That means your logo and colour scheme as well as any awards you may have won on the main page, clearly visible to everyone creating a unique and professional appearance.

 

tick Access a wealth of information with customisable reporting

The EntrySign™ system allows you to customise the reports to get the information you want. This allows you to search for patterns in behaviour or trends, access staff live staff timesheets and report on peoples movements in and out of your premises quickly and easily.

 

 

School MIS integration


EntrySign integrates with many popular school management information systems including Capita SIMS, Bromcom MIS, Scholarpack, Progresso, Arbor and RM Integris making administration simple and automating the process of importing staff and pupils into the visitor management system.

Where the MIS allows, EntrySign can even write back to the MIS allowing pupil late marks to be entered or updated automatically including calculating the minutes late in-line with your school's attendance policy.

If your school uses a different MIS which we don't currently support, then our developers would be happy to talk with your MIS provider about integration. We also support MIS integration to many other school management systems via Wonde.

If you do not wish to integrate directly with an MIS you can also import staff and students quickly and easily using CSV files or by using our free Active Directory integration.

 

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Use your Existing ID Cards and/or Fobs


Where customers already have a contactless technology in use (e.g. for access control, cashless catering, library systems or managed print solutions), we can in most case utilise your existing cards or fobs. Supported technologies include Mifare, Paxton, HID, Indala and many more!

Our multi-format readers support most contactless card technologies, and if you're not sure what technology you have at present, our technical team can analyse your cards or fobs before purchasing to ensure they're supported (they usually are!).

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Paxton Door Access Control Integration


EntrySign integrates with Paxton Net2 access control systems* so if you already have a Net2 door access control system EntrySign is the perfect addition for a truly integrated solution.

Entering your Net2 server details into EntrySign allows it to create users within the Net2 environment automatically, or vice-versa so you don't need to repeatedly input the same details into seperate systems. If your Paxton system is using Mifare cards, you can even update card numbers in Net2 automatically from EntrySign. 

 

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If you prefer to print your own ID cards in-house, our optional card printing bolt-on makes this easy.

Cards can be printed directly from the EntrySign back office suite which means there's no need to repeatedly input names, job descriptions and other information into other systems or software to produce your cards.

We can supply a complete solution including a high quality card printer, but if you already have a printer EntrySign is compatible with most other card printers. Our designers will even produce your card template if required.

We can also supply your consumables, such as printer ribbons, blank cards, lanyards and other ID accessories, so please contact us with your requirements.

 

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Testimonials  

"In order to address Health and Safety and safeguarding issues we had the EntrySign system installed. It proved to be very easy to use as well as easy to administer. The H&S officers are happy because they can get a print out of everyone in school at the click of a button and the Senior leader responsible for safeguarding is happy because he can track all staff and visitors on site."

testimonial  Dipak Patel, Cockburn College of Arts

 

"OFSTED stated that the school has very well-developed systems for safeguarding pupils and I have no doubt that EntrySign played a major role in this judgement."

testimonial  Ian Goddard, Dodworth St. John's Primary

 

"Technicians who visited the school are patient and clear in explaining the system and understanding the needs of schools."

testimonial  Patricia Dee, CofE School of the Resurrection

 

"They took the time to explain everything during the handover process and are really easy to contact quickly if extra help is needed."

testimonial  Nigel Milligan, All Saints C of E Primary School

 

"All of the people who have seen it think it is fantastic. It really does create a brilliant, professional first impression. We will be having EntrySign installed at our Doncaster site as soon as possible"

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Request Your FREE Demonstration of EntrySign

To request a free personalised demonstration of the EntrySign system, please contact Verity Jones from Unified World on 01254 271333 or e-mail verity.jones@unifiedworld.co.uk for further details. Thank you. 

 

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3-Year Hardware Warranty & Comprehensive Software Support Included as Standard  

All EntrySign hardware is covered by a 3 year warranty from the date of purchase✝. In addition a 12-month comprehensive hardware and software support package is included with every EntrySign system meaning your system includes full telephone and remote support, plus on-site support where necessary giving you complete peace of mind.

Everything from the touchscreen, visitor pass printer, RFID card reader, EntrySign terminals and even the mounting hardware such as brackets are all covered. In the unlikely event you experience any problems, simply contact the UK-based support team and they will provide the assistance you need. In most cases our technicians will be able to resolve your issue remotely for the very fastest response and where necessary, our field service engineers travel the length and breadth of the country ensuring our customers are completely satisfied.

✝ 3-year warranty excludes accessories and consumables. ID card printers carry the manufacturers warranty. All consumables & accessories carry a 30-day RTB guarantee.

          

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Simon Clayton, Chief Ideas Officer, RefTech, comments on Radio Frequency ID
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology has revolutionised many industries; it is used on all manner of things from tracking weapons and soldiers, to tracking the sterilisation history of medical equipment, or to tell a train exactly where to stop to allow the doors to open.



          

L’usage du mythe étiologique dans l’Épître aux Pisons d’Horace

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Le présent article entend mettre en lumière la convocation horatienne, dans l’Épître aux Pisons, de deux figures mythiques majeures, liées aux prémices de la poésie et de la civilisation, Orphée et Amphion. Évitant notamment la représentation de l’Orphée amant, pourtant en vogue à l’époque augustéenne, Horace façonne une généalogie auctoriale au sein de laquelle cohabitent poètes légendaires et grands noms de la tradition grecque. Fidèle à la démarche didactique qu’il épouse tout au long de l’épître, il prétend ainsi faire l’éloge de la poésie auprès de ses destinataires et, plus largement, de la jeunesse romaine contemporaine.

Par Robin Glinatsis, professeur en classes préparatoires littéraires et scientifiques au lycée Châtelet de Douai et chargé de cours à l’Université de Lille.

Horace, à l’instar des autres grands poètes de l’époque augustéenne, manie avec aisance, dans l’ensemble de son corpus, une matière mythologique riche, issue de la tradition archaïque grecque. Ses Carmina, en particulier, constituent des espaces poétiques privilégiés au sein desquels viennent s’insérer des éléments empruntés à ce fonds mythologique. Mais la poésie lyrique n’a pas, chez Horace, le monopole du mythe, dans la mesure où ce dernier est également exploité dans le cadre de satires et d’épîtres sous la forme de figures ou d’épisodes précis. Ainsi, l’épître horatienne adressée aux Pisons – L. Calpurnius Piso et ses deux fils1 – est jalonnée de personnages à caractère mythique, tels Orphée et Amphion, qui inaugurent un passage s’étendant des vers 391 à 407. Ce passage, comme plusieurs autres au sein du texte, peut apparaître comme une unité autonome, détachable ; introduit de manière asyndétique, il opère une rupture thématique nette avec les vers qui le précèdent et semble entretenir des rapports lâches avec ceux qui lui font suite. Juste avant (v. 385-390), Horace recommande à l’aîné des fils Pison de soumettre ses productions poétiques à des critiques aguerris et de retarder autant que possible leur publication. Les vers 408 et suivants, quant à eux, rappellent l’existence d’une querelle, vivace à l’époque d’Horace, concernant la primauté de l’ars ou de l’ingenium en matière de composition poétique, et proposent, pour résoudre cette querelle, leur conciliation. Entre ces deux ensembles, le passage qui nous intéresse au premier chef commence donc par exposer, de manière condensée, les fameux mythes d’Orphée et d’Amphion, traditionnellement associés aux origines de la poésie. Quelques vers plus loin sont explicitement rattachés à ces grandes figures mythiques Homère et Tyrtée, ainsi que d’autres poètes archaïques grecs, qui ne sont pas cités nommément, mais auxquels certaines expressions font clairement allusion2. Ainsi, tous ces personnages, que leur nom soit mentionné de manière explicite ou non, se trouvent ici engagés dans une chronologie empruntant conjointement au mythe et à l’histoire, et dont Orphée et Amphion constituent les éléments originels. Horace instaure une chaîne temporelle hybride, dont les premiers maillons viennent s’ancrer dans la sphère du mythe.

Sur la base de ces données, nous tâcherons de caractériser la stratégie discursive dans laquelle les mythes d’Orphée et d’Amphion sont intégrés, afin de mettre en lumière les modalités de leur traitement et le but (ou plutôt les buts) de leur utilisation dans l’épître horatienne. Cette mise en lumière se fondera sur l’examen du mythe dans sa corrélation avec la tradition littéraire selon une perspective intertextuelle, puis avec l’histoire de la poésie dans une optique intratextuelle3, ensuite avec le didactisme ambiant de l’Épître aux Pisons, enfin avec la visée dithyrambique du passage.

Mythe et tradition littéraire

Il s’agit tout d’abord d’interroger certains des regards que porte la tradition littéraire grecque sur les figures d’Orphée et d’Amphion et d’évaluer a posteriori la conformité de la présentation horatienne avec celles qui auront été prélevées dans cette tradition. Les auteurs grecs font généralement apparaître ces personnages dans le cadre de brèves allusions mythologiques, qui excèdent rarement l’espace de quelques vers. Seuls leurs caractéristiques et attributs fondamentaux participent de ce fait à la description. Ainsi, Pindare, dans la Quatrième Pythique, précise simplement l’ascendance divine et le génie musical d’Orphée

Ἐξ Ἀπόλλωνος δὲ φορμιγκτὰς ἀοιδᾶν πατήρ
ἔμολεν, εὐαίνητος Ὀρφεύς.

« La race d’Apollon fournit le joueur de phorminx, le père des chants mélodieux, l’illustre Orphée ».4

La première apparition du personnage dans la poésie lyrique grecque se manifeste donc par sa concision, et la mention euripidienne du uates dans l’Iphigénie à Aulis n’est guère plus détaillée :

Εἰ μὲν τὸν Ὀρφέως εἶχον, ὦ πάτερ, λόγον,
πείθειν ἐπᾴδουσ’, ὥσθ’ ὁμαρτεῖν μοι πέτρας
κηλεῖν τε τοῖς λόγοισιν οὓς ἐϐουλόμην,
ἐνταῦθ ἂν ἦλθον.

« Mon père, si j’avais l’éloquence d’Orphée, si mon chant persuadait les rochers de me suivre, si mes paroles charmaient les cœurs à mon gré, c’est cette voie que j’aurais prise. »5

Ici, c’est la force enchanteresse du chant orphique, capable de maîtriser la nature, qui est signifiée en quelques mots par le tragédien grec. De ces deux extraits affleure par conséquent l’image d’un être précurseur (πατήρ), en relation étroite avec le divin, dont le chant agit sur les éléments naturels. Amphion, lors de ses apparitions dans la littérature archaïque grecque, fait lui-même l’objet de présentations succinctes, comme dans la Nekuia du chant XI de l’Odyssée :

Τὴν δὲ μετ᾽ Ἀντιόπην ἴδον, Ἀσωποῖο θύγατρα,
ἣ δὴ καὶ Διὸς εὔχετ᾽ ἐν ἀγκοίνῃσιν ἰαῦσαι,
καί ῥ᾽ ἔτεκεν δύο παῖδ᾽, Ἀμφίονά τε Ζῆθόν τε,
οἳ πρῶτοι Θήϐης ἕδος ἔκτισαν ἑπταπύλοιο,
πύργωσάν τ᾽, ἐπεὶ οὐ μὲν ἀπύργωτόν γ᾽ ἐδύναντο
ναιέμεν εὐρύχορον Θήϐην, κρατερώ περ ἐόντε.

« Puis je vis Antiope, la fille d’Asopos, qui se vantait d’avoir dormi aux bras de Zeus ; elle en conçut deux fils, Amphion et Zéthos, les premiers fondateurs de Thèbes aux sept portes qu’ils munirent de tours, car, malgré leur vaillance, ils ne pouvaient sans tours habiter cette plaine. »6

L’Amphion d’Homère est relié à l’idée de commencement par son statut de fondateur de cité, comme l’Orphée de Pindare par sa position de πρῶτος εὑρετής du chant poétique. Et Euripide, dans les Phéniciennes, renvoie du fils de Zeus l’image similaire du bâtisseur, encore une fois par l’intermédiaire d’une simple allusion :

ἆρα πύλαι κλήιθροις χαλκόδετά τ’ ἔμϐολα
λαινέοισιν Ἀμφίονος ὀργάνοις
τείχεος ἥρμοσται ;

« Les portes sont-elles verrouillées et les barres de bronze appliquées aux murs de pierre, œuvres d’Amphion ? »7

Ces quelques extraits, issus de l’œuvre d’auteurs majeurs de la tradition grecque, tendent à représenter Orphée et Amphion comme deux figures étroitement associées aux prima, à leur conférer une dimension étiologique patente. Ils traduisent toute la charge symbolique dont les deux personnages sont investis sous la plume d’auteurs grecs majeurs.

Les poètes de la Rome augustéenne, eux, posent un regard nouveau sur ces êtres mythiques, et en particulier sur Orphée, dont la légende prend une expansion assez considérable chez Virgile et Ovide. Comme pour pallier les lacunes de leurs prédécesseurs grecs, ils mettent l’accent sur un aspect du personnage qui semble avoir été jusque-là occulté : Orphée amant. La peinture traditionnelle du fils d’Apollon est délaissée, au profit de la description de sa relation amoureuse avec Eurydice et de sa fameuse catabase au funeste dénouement. Virgile et Ovide forgent ainsi une « vulgate augustéenne du mythe d’Orphée »,8 qui cherche à redéfinir la valeur symbolique du uates. Celui-ci n’est plus tant poeta primus et diuinus que poeta amans. C’est ce dont témoignent les cent derniers vers de la Quatrième Géorgique virgilienne, qui placent dans la bouche du devin Protée le récit de la descente aux Enfers d’Orphée ; dans une perspective élégiaque, la douleur du héros est fréquemment mise en exergue :

Septem illum totos perhibent ex ordine mensis
rupe sub aeria deserti ad Strymonis undam
fleuisse et gelidis haec euoluisse sub antris
mulcentem tigris et agentem carmine quercus.

« Pendant sept mois entiers, dit-on, au pied d’une roche aérienne, sur les bords du Strymon désert, il pleura et raconta ses malheurs au fond des antres glacés, charmant les tigres et entraînant les chênes avec son chant. »9

Le livre X des Métamorphoses d’Ovide privilégie également le récit de la catabase orphique, avec une orientation élégiaque semblable à celle de Virgile :

Orantem frustraque iterum transire uolentem
portitor arcuerat ; septem tamen ille diebus
squalidus in ripa Cereris sine munere sedit ;
cura dolorque animi lacrimaeque alimenta fuere.

« Orphée a recours aux prières ; vainement il essaie de passer une seconde fois ; le péager le repousse ; il n’en resta pas moins pendant sept jours assis sur la rive, négligeant sa personne et privé des dons de Cérès ; il n’eut d’autres aliments que son amour, sa douleur et ses larmes. »10

Le dolor devient par conséquent l’une des caractéristiques essentielles de l’Orphée augustéen, qui apparaît volontiers sous le jour de l’amant meurtri11. Horace, pourtant, dans le passage de l’Épître aux Pisons que nous évoquions en introduction, s’écarte de cette tendance descriptive et semble vouloir renouer avec la représentation grecque du personnage que nous avons soulignée. Les trois vers de l’épître consacrés à Orphée rappellent en effet son action civilisatrice et ses liens étroits avec la sphère divine, tout en omettant cette dimension amoureuse et pathétique :

Siluestris homines sacer interpresque deorum
caedibus et uictu foedo de terruit Orpheus,
dictus ob hoc lenire tigris rabidosque leones.

« Les hommes vivaient dans les bois quand un personnage sacré, un interprète des dieux, Orphée, les détourna du meurtre et d’une nourriture infâme, et voilà pourquoi l’on a dit qu’il domptait les tigres et les lions féroces. »12

La désignation du héros par la formule interpres deorum pointe en particulier son statut d’instance médiatrice entre l’humain et le divin, statut sur lequel nous reviendrons de façon plus approfondie. Dans une optique strictement comparative, Horace emprunte donc assez fidèlement à la tradition grecque deux figures topiques, dont il ne renouvelle en rien la portée symbolique, à l’inverse de certains poètes contemporains. À cet égard, il s’inscrit lui-même dans cette tradition par la simple reprise de deux τόποι mythiques.

À la reprise topique des personnages s’ajoute par ailleurs celle du procédé consistant à décrire l’action fondatrice d’un art. Dans le passage étudié, Horace remonte aux αἴτια légendaires de la poésie pour en montrer les vertus civilisatrices ; la poésie est un bienfait que les dieux ont répandu sur terre pour que les sociétés humaines puissent s’organiser. Ce pouvoir organisateur est illustré par une suite de tournures infinitives :

…publica priuatis secernere, sacra profanis,
concubitu prohibere uago, dare iura maritis,
oppida moliri, leges incidere ligno.

« …distinguer l’intérêt public de l’intérêt privé, le sacré du profane ; faire cesser les unions vagabondes, fixer un droit pour le mariage ; bâtir des places ; graver des lois sur le chêne. »13.

Ces quelques vers semblent constituer un écho manifeste d’un passage du Sur l’échange d’Isocrate qui s’attache à narrer l’apparition de la civilisation sous l’impulsion de l’art oratoire, du λόγος14. Horace aurait ainsi adapté au champ de la poésie un procédé topique issu du domaine de la rhétorique. Finalement, les rapprochements intertextuels mis en évidence révèlent d’une part une certaine fidélité horatienne aux modèles grecs concernant le traitement du personnage d’Orphée, mais aussi de celui d’Amphion, qualifié de Thebanae conditor urbis ((AP, 394.)), et d’autre part un écart entre l’appréhension horatienne du fils d’Apollon et celle d’un Virgile ou d’un Ovide. Pourquoi cette spécificité d’Horace dans un contexte augustéen favorisant la peinture d’un Orphée amoureux et empli de douleur ? Pour répondre à cette question, examinons les liens que le passage étudié tisse entre le mythe et l’histoire de la poésie qu’il élabore sur la base de ce même mythe.

Mythe et histoire de la poésie

Horace, nous le disions, retient d’Orphée et d’Amphion leur dimension initiatrice, dans l’optique d’une reconstitution historique de la poésie. La perspective est désormais intratextuelle, interne à l’épître, dans la mesure où le poète augustéen forge sa propre étiologie en se fondant sur des données empruntées à la tradition grecque. C’est que l’Épître aux Pisons, dans sa démarche didactique, est sans cesse attirée par le récit des origines, en particulier lors de la caractérisation de la poésie et de certains de ses genres. La désignation d’un genre poétique induit un retour systématique à ses prémisses, à ses formes initiales, dans l’idée que leur connaissance est indispensable à la juste compréhension des codes scripturaux du genre en question. Aussi Horace interroge-t-il l’identité du primus inuentor de l’élégie :

quis tamen exiguos elegos emiserit auctor,
grammatici certant et adhuc sub iudice lis est.

« Quel créateur pourtant inventa la brièveté des vers élégiaques ? les grammairiens en disputent et le procès est encore pendant. »15

De même, les deux genres théâtraux auxquels il consacre un long développement ne manquent pas d’être ramenés à leur commencement (ou plus précisément à celui que l’auteur leur attribue). Le drame satyrique, d’abord, trouve son point de départ dans la tragédie, dont l’une des étymologies nous est en même temps fournie :

Carmine qui tragico uilem certauit ob hircum,
mox etiam agrestis Satyros nudauit…

« Celui qui disputa avec un poème tragique un bouc de peu de prix, bientôt aussi montra nus sur la scène les agrestes Satyres… »16

Quelques vers plus loin nous est présentée la genèse de la tragédie elle-même, dont Horace accorde la paternité à Thespis :

Ignotum tragicae genus inuenisse Camenae
dicitur et plaustris uexisse poemata Thespis
quae canerent agerentque peruncti faecibus ora.

« On ignorait encore, dit la tradition, le genre de la Camène tragique quand Thespis le découvrit et promena sur des chariots ses poèmes que chantaient et jouaient des acteurs au visage barbouillé de lie. »17

Les références à Orphée et à Amphion viennent donc s’inscrire dans cette propension à renouer avec les origines d’un genre ou d’un art, à en retrouver l’inventeur. Les deux personnages figurent l’apparition de la poésie, lui donnent une image concrète à travers la représentation de scènes mythiques ; traditionnellement associés à cet art, ils en incarnent à la fois l’essence et la naissance18. Il est donc naturel qu’ils correspondent aux éléments originels de la chaîne auctoriale instaurée par Horace aux vers 391 et suivants de l’Épître aux Pisons. La démarche consistant ici à livrer une histoire de la poésie empreinte à la fois de mythe et de réalité n’est pas une invention du poète augustéen. Aristophane, par exemple, nous offre dans les Grenouilles sa propre reconstitution mythico-historique :

Ὀρφεὺς μὲν γὰρ τελετάς θ᾽ ἡμῖν κατέδειξε φόνων τ᾽ ἀπέχεσθαι,
Μουσαῖος δ᾽ ἐξακέσεις τε νόσων καὶ χρησμούς, Ἡσίοδος δὲ
γῆς ἐργασίας, καρπῶν ὥρας, ἀρότους · ὁ δὲ θεῖος Ὅμηρος
ἀπὸ τοῦ τιμὴν καὶ κλέος ἔσχεν πλὴν τοῦδ᾽ ὅτι χρήστ᾽ ἐδίδαξεν,
τάξεις ἀρετὰς ὁπλίσεις ἀνδρῶν ;

« Orphée nous enseigna les mystères et à nous abstenir de meurtres ; Musée, la guérison des maladies et les oracles ; Hésiode, les travaux des champs, les saisons des fruits, les labours. Et le divin Homère, d’où lui viennent honneur et gloire, sinon d’avoir enseigné des choses profitables : ordre des batailles, vertus guerrières, équipements des hommes ? »19

Orphée est là aussi représenté comme l’instigateur d’une action civilisatrice appliquée par la poésie sur les sociétés humaines. Mais la généalogie s’articule ensuite autour de figures absentes du texte horatien – Musée et Hésiode –, et s’achève avec la mention d’Homère, qui est considéré, semble-t-il, comme le point d’aboutissement de cette lignée poétique. Au contraire, chez Horace, le poète épique assure, au côté de Tyrtée, la transition entre temporalité mythique et temporalité historique, devenant un relais entre les primi inuentores légendaires et leurs successeurs « humains ». Bien plus, la chaîne auctoriale élaborée dans l’épître s’efforce d’estomper la distinction entre mythe et histoire par l’entremise de deux procédés rigoureusement inverses : l’historicisation du mythe et la poétisation de la réalité historique. En effet, un certain prosaïsme caractérise d’abord la description d’Orphée et d’Amphion dans le passage ; la double occurrence de dictus (vv. 393-394), en explicitant la valeur symbolique des deux héros, déjoue en quelque sorte l’atmosphère poétique qu’aurait pu générer une simple exposition du mythe. Ainsi, l’effet poétique que peuvent susciter les formules saxa mouere sono testudinis et prece blanda ducere quo uellet (vv. 395-396) est préalablement annulé par le dictus du vers 394. Par ailleurs, la dualité de la figure d’Orphée, signifiée par le premier vers du passage – Orphée est sacer interpresque deorum, mais il vit parmi les siluestris homines – s’oriente plutôt vers une mise en relief de l’aspect humain du personnage, qui agit de manière concrète sur les civilisations humaines. Cette action est développée par la série de tournures infinitives des vers 397 à 399, que nous avons déjà évoquée, le démonstratif haec du vers 396 ayant une valeur à la fois anaphorique (tournée vers la présentation succincte du rôle civilisateur d’Orphée) et cataphorique (annonçant cette énumération de tournures infinitives)20. À l’inverse, les poètes rattachés à la tradition historique sont engagés dans une description nettement plus poétique, afin d’être élevés au rang des héros fondateurs, de souffrir la comparaison avec eux. La technique descriptive d’Horace aspire à un équilibre entre tous les éléments de la généalogie auctoriale mise en place, qu’ils appartiennent au mythe ou à l’histoire. Cette entreprise d’homogénéisation s’appuie donc, dans la peinture des uates humani, sur l’utilisation de formules poétiques, pour caractériser, par exemple, la poésie d’un Tyrtée :

Tyrtaeusque mares animos in Martia bella
uersibus exacuit…

« Par ses vers, Tyrtée anima aux combats de Mars les mâles courages. »21

L’effort de poétisation, annoncé par l’expression diuinis uatibus du vers 40022, plus proche textuellement d’Homère et de Tyrtée que d’Orphée et d’Amphion, est ici marqué par l’adjectif Martius, qui indique que le discours progresse désormais sous l’égide du divin. Aussi le prosaïsme des premiers vers du passage laisse-t-il place à des périphrases, des allusions, des métaphores, autant de procédés poétiques qui suggèrent plus qu’ils ne disent. Ainsi, la formule uitae monstrata uia estdu vers 40423  interrompt l’énumération nominale des figures reliées à la chaîne auctoriale, désignant de façon détournée les poètes gnomiques grecs, tels Solon, Théognis ou Phocylide. De même, l’expression gratia regum Pieriis temptata modis (vv. 404-405) fait allusion à Pindare, Simonide ou Bacchylide, qui s’attirèrent la faveur de potentats, comme Hiéron ou Théron ; par ailleurs, l’adjectif Pierius, qui désigne poétiquement ce qui se rapporte aux Muses, compte plusieurs occurrences dans les Carmina horatiens24, aucune dans les Satires et les autres épîtres, ce qui tend également à prouver la détermination poétique de ces quelques vers. On voit donc bien comment Horace, par ce double mouvement d’historicisation du mythe et de poétisation de l’histoire, façonne ici une généalogie de poètes cohérente et unie, qui souligne l’homologie du poeta diuinus et du poeta humanus : Homère, Tyrtée, Solon, Phocylide, Pindare… sont des Orphées et des Amphions terrestres. L’établissement d’une telle généalogie répond, il me semble, à un double objectif : une démonstration de nature didactique d’une part, un éloge de la poésie d’autre part. Examinons d’abord les liens des mythes d’Orphée et d’Amphion avec le didactisme ambiant de l’Épître aux Pisons.

Mythe et didactisme

La peinture d’Orphée et d’Amphion dans le passage étudié obéit fidèlement, nous l’avons précisé, au mythe, ou plutôt à un pan du mythe, tel qu’il a été transmis par la tradition poétique. Nous avons également pointé la concision et le prosaïsme avec lesquels les deux personnages sont décrits dans l’épître horatienne. C’est qu’Horace s’efforce ici de recueillir la substance même des mythes en les exposant de manière condensée, épurée, et d’en élever les protagonistes au rang d’exempla ((Voir E. R. Schwinge, « Zur Kunsttheorie des Horaz », Philologus, 107, 1963, p. 88.)). Les deux dictus des vers 393 et 394 témoignent, par la mise à distance qu’ils opèrent, de l’appartenance d’Orphée et d’Amphion à un fonds mythologique commun, dans lequel tout poète peut venir puiser. Ils fonctionnent comme des marqueurs didactiques en explicitant les liens qui unissent les personnages dépeints à la tradition ; ils rappellent ainsi qu’Horace, dans l’Épître aux Pisons, adopte volontiers la posture du maître de poésie s’adressant à l’un de ses disciples. Afin de mettre en lumière la dimension didactique inhérente à notre passage, comparons la présentation d’Orphée et d’Amphion que propose l’épître à celle des Odes. La figure d’Orphée apparaît au cœur du Carmen I, 12 :

…unde uocalem temere insecutae
               Orphea siluae
arte materna rapidos morantem
fluminum lapsus celerisque uentos,
blandum et auritas fidibus canoris
             ducere quercus.

« …lieu d’où les forêts suivirent à l’aventure l’harmonieux Orphée, qui, par l’art maternel, suspendait la course emportée des fleuves et l’agilité des vents et avait des caresses dans ses cordes sonores pour donner des oreilles aux chênes et les conduire avec lui. »25

Amphion, lui, est mentionné dans le Carmen III, 11 :

Mercuri, – nam te docilis magistro
mouit Amphion lapides canendo, -…

« Mercure – car tu es le maître qui instruisit Amphion à mouvoir les pierres par ses accords, –… »26

Dans les deux cas, le mythe et son contenu sont génériquement assumés par l’ode. L’univers lyrique les accepte pleinement, sans recourir à la moindre mise à distance de facture métalinguistique ; il les intègre d’emblée, sans interroger leur provenance ou leur mode d’expansion. Au contraire, l’épître, qui manie plutôt la langue du sermo, est capable de ménager un tel écart énonciatif et d’offrir la possibilité d’une réflexion (ici sur le traitement de deux personnages mythiques). Affranchie des codes scripturaux propres au discours poétique, elle peut tenir un propos métalittéraire explicite. Pourtant, la référence propertienne à nos héros dans le cadre d’une élégie se munit d’indices de mise à distance similaires :

Orphea delenisse feras et concita dicunt
        flumina Threicia sustinuisse lyra ;
saxa Cithaeronis Thebanam agitata per artem
        sponte sua in muri membra coisse ferunt ;

« Orphée, dit-on, adoucit les bêtes sauvages et retint de sa lyre thrace des fleuves impétueux ; on rapporte aussi que les rochers du Cithéron, mis en branle par l’art du Thébain, s’unirent spontanément pour former le corps d’un mur. »27

Dicunt et ferunt, sur le modèle des dictus de l’Épître aux Pisons, participent également à la mise en place d’une réflexion sur les modalités de traitement de figures mythiques par rapport à une tradition. Mais la présentation horatienne, dans la démarche didactique qui la caractérise, va plus loin. Non contente de signaler la conscience qu’elle a de ses liens avec les représentations traditionnelles d’Orphée et d’Amphion, elle offre les clefs d’une lecture allégorique du mythe. Un regard stoïcien se plairait à voir dans l’apprivoisement orphique des lions et des tigres l’image de l’action civilisatrice du fils d’Apollon sur les premiers hommes, qui vivaient à l’état sauvage28. Ce mode interprétatif est clairement signifié dans le texte horatien, par l’intermédiaire du ob hoc du vers 393 (Siluestris homines sacer interpresque deorum | caedibus et uictu foedo de terruit Orpheus,| dictus ob hoc lenire tigris rabidosque leones. « Les hommes vivaient dans les bois quand un personnage sacré, un interprète des dieux, Orphée, les détourna du meurtre et d’une nourriture infâme, et voilà pourquoi l’on a dit qu’il domptait les tigres et les lions féroces. »), qui se pose comme le signe explicite de l’allégorèse à l’œuvre dans le passage. Le hoc, anaphorique, renvoie à l’action civilisatrice d’Orphée décrite aux vers 391 et 392 et met au jour, à l’aide de la préposition ob, le rapport analogique entre les hommes des temps primitifs et les animaux sauvages, glosant en quelque sorte le dictus qui le précède immédiatement. Cette double explicitation des liens du mythe avec la tradition et du mode de lecture allégorique de l’action évoquée nous invite à penser qu’Horace livre ici un cas d’école, facilement reconnaissable pour le poète néophyte auquel il s’adresse. C’est là aussi une manière de justifier le prosaïsme qui accompagne la brève exposition de ces mythes ; le poète augustéen emprunte le ton aride du théoricien, qui cherche à rendre son propos le plus intelligible possible. Il procède en réalité à l’actualisation d’un précepte énoncé en amont dans l’épître, aux vers 119 et suivants :

Aut famam sequere aut sibi conuenientia finge
scriptor.

« Suivez, en écrivant, la tradition, ou bien composez des caractères qui se tiennent. »29

Le passage est consacré au traitement des personnages dans le cadre de la composition dramaturgique. Malgré l’alternative proposée, Horace y préconise plutôt le recours à la tradition dans le choix des caractères, la création de nouvelles personae étant considérée comme risquée. Il dresse ainsi une liste de personnages mythiques (et littéraires) illustres à chacun desquels est attachée une qualité intrinsèque, issue d’une présentation devenue topique. De fait, Achille est communément dépeint comme impiger, iracundus, ineroxabilis et acer (v. 121), Médée comme ferox et inuicta (v. 123), Ino comme flebilis (v. 123), Ixion comme perfidus (v. 124), Io comme uaga (v. 124) et Oreste comme tristis (v. 124). Orphée et Amphion auraient pu être adjoints à cette liste en tant que personae que la tradition poétique a façonnées, auxquelles elle a donné des traits distinctifs. Mais Horace, il me semble, a préféré les intégrer à une exemplification pratique de ce précepte appelant à l’observation des caractéristiques traditionnelles d’un personnage au moment de sa description. Les deux uates légendaires participent de ce fait à la mise en application interne d’une recommandation, exhibée de façon concrète dans le cours même de l’épître. Le destinataire y trouve ainsi à lire la version théorique d’un point de composition poétique et sa réalisation effective. Tels sont donc les liens qui unissent l’usage des mythes d’Orphée et d’Amphion au didactisme inhérent à l’Épître aux Pisons. Achevons notre réflexion en tâchant de caractériser le rôle de ces mythes dans la visée dithyrambique du passage.

Mythe et éloge

La figure d’Orphée, nous l’avons observé, affiche une dualité liée à son statut intermédiaire entre l’humain et le divin. Nous avons par ailleurs remarqué qu’Horace accorde une certaine primauté à l’aspect terrestre du personnage, dans une optique bien précise. Toutefois, sa dimension céleste, loin d’être occultée, est signifiée, rappelons-le, dès le premier vers du passage par l’expression sacer interpresque deorum (v. 391). Plus ou moins délaissée dans les vers suivants, elle réapparaît à la toute fin de l’extrait grâce à la mention de la Musa lyrae sollers et surtout de cantor Apollo …ne forte pudori
sit tibi Musa lyrae sollers et cantor Apollo.
« Qu’on n’aille donc pas rougir de la Muse adroite à manier la lyre ni d’Apollon musicien. »
(AP, 406-407).)), qu’un pan de la tradition mythique assimile au père d’Orphée30. La présence de ces deux divinités à la conclusion du passage n’est pas anodine ; elle éclaire d’une lumière divine rétrospective la généalogie auctoriale qui s’y trouve élaborée. La chaîne, amorcée par le personnage d’Orphée et conclue par celui d’Apollon, devient alors une boucle, un cercle englobant tous les poètes cités, directement ou non, dans l’espace de ces quelques vers. Parmi ces poètes figure l’aîné des fils de Pison, auquel Horace s’adresse de façon manifeste au vers 407 par l’intermédiaire du pronom tibi. Toutefois, ce tibi ne semble pas se restreindre à la seule personne de Pison fils, mais bien davantage pointer l’ensemble des jeunes auteurs de la Rome augustéenne31. L’expression à laquelle est rattaché le pronom – ne forte pudori sit tibi Musa (vv. 406-407) –, se réfère d’ailleurs à la conjoncture poétique d’une Rome qui voit sa jeunesse dévaloriser la poésie, la considérer comme quelque chose de léger, de futile32. Horace s’efforce ici de redonner à cet art tout son lustre, en signifiant son ascendance divine et en désignant les jeunes auteurs romains comme des éléments constitutifs de cette boucle auctoriale ; il en fait les héritiers directs des poetae diuini décrits dans les premiers vers de notre extrait. Bien plus, la circularité du passage efface toute hiérarchie poétique que pourrait impliquer l’idée de chaîne, en la supplantant par l’image du cercle, dont chaque point est strictement analogue à tous les autres. De même qu’Homère et Tyrtée furent les incarnations terrestres d’Orphée et d’Amphion à leur époque, de même les jeunes poètes contemporains constituent les ἀνάλογα romains des deux héros. Ainsi, Horace se sert du mythe pour la mise en place d’un éloge de la poésie à un double niveau : celui du général, par la reprise topique de deux personnages qui signifient traditionnellement les origines divines de la poésie et cristallisent son élévation ; celui du particulier, par la démarche consistant à ancrer le discours généalogique dans l’hic et nunc de la Rome du Ier siècle av. J.-C. et à souligner, par là même, l’étroitesse des liens qui unissent les jeunes poètes romains aux primi inuentores, dans l’idée d’un atavisme poétique. Finalement, alors que l’Épître aux Pisons regorge de préceptes insistant sur l’importance de l’ars, du labor limae en matière de composition poétique, ce qui, précisément, rebutait la jeunesse romaine de l’époque, Horace consacre quelques vers à la glorification de l’ingenium, cette veine innée dont chaque uatesdigne de ce nom est doté. Tout poète est investi d’une part de divin, qui le rapproche non seulement de ses prédécesseurs, mais aussi de ceux qui viennent à sa suite.

En conclusion, un examen minutieux de ce passage de l’Épître aux Pisons révèle la spécificité du traitement qu’Horace réserve au mythe. Ce dernier n’est pas fabriqué, ni même recréé, mais plutôt ajusté à la singularité d’un discours résolument empreint de didactisme. Les données de la tradition sont reprises de manière fidèle, aucune volonté de renouvellement n’est explicitement affichée ; ce sont les modalités, variables, d’exposition du mythe qui insufflent de la nouveauté à son appréhension traditionnelle. La technique descriptive, qui aspire en définitive à un panégyrique de la poésie, forge une étiologie inédite, bien moins par l’invention ou la refonte d’éléments mythologiques que par la confrontation d’une matière fictionnelle connue avec la réalité historique de la Rome augustéenne du Ier siècle av. J.-C. Horace, pour ainsi dire, ouvre au mythe la porte du réel.

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Orphée charmant les bêtes sauvages avec sa lyre, Franz von Stuck 1891. Musée de la villa Stuck, Munich

Notes du texte

  1. Si l’on en croit du moins le commentaire de Porphyrion consacré à cette épître. Toutefois, cette identification a été fermement remise en cause par la critique moderne, et l’identité des Pisons n’a toujours pas été établie de façon définitive ; cf. à ce sujet R. Syme, « The Sons of Piso the Pontifex », American Journal of Philology, 101, 1980, p. 333-341, C. O. Brink, Prolegomena to the Literary Epistles, Horace on Poetry, vol. 1, Cambridge, University Press, 1963, p. 239-243 et B. Frischer, Shifting paradigms. New approaches to Horace’s Ars poetica, Atlanta, The American Philological Association, 1991, p. 52-59.
  2. Par exemple, la formule uia uitae du vers 404, nous y reviendrons, se réfère sans nul doute aux poètes gnomiques que sont Solon, Théognis ou Phocylide.
  3. Cette partie étudiera en effet la reconstitution originale, à l’intérieur du texte horatien, d’une histoire de la poésie à partir de données fournies par la tradition.
  4. Pyth. IV, 176-177, traduction d’A. PUECH pour la CUF, Paris, 1951.
  5. I. A., 1211-1214, traduction de F. Jouan pour la CUF, Paris, 1983.
  6. Od., XI, 260-265, traduction de V. Bérard pour la CUF, Paris, 2002 (1ère édition 1924).
  7. Phéniciennes, 114-116, traduction de H. Grégoire et L. Méridier pour la CUF, Paris, 1985.
  8. Cf A. Béague, J. Boulogne, A. Deremetz et F. Toulze, Les Visages d’Orphée, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, Villeneuve d’Ascq, 1998, p. 43 sqq
  9. G., VI, 507-510, traduction de H. Goelzer pour la CUF, Paris, 1946.
  10. M., X, 72-75, traduction de G. Lafaye pour la CUF, Paris, 2002.
  11. Les poètes augustéens considèrent ainsi que la querella orphique fixe l’origine du genre élégiaque ; cf. à ce sujet A. MICHEL, « Orphée dans la tradition de la poésie gréco-latine », Revue de littérature comparée 73 (4), 1999, p. 511-531.
  12. AP, 391-393, traduction de F. VILLENEUVE pour la CUF, Paris, 1934.
  13. AP, 397-399.
  14. …ἐγγενομένου δ᾽ ἡμῖν τοῦ πείθειν ἀλλήλους καὶ δηλοῦν πρὸς ἡμᾶς αὐτούς, περὶ ὧν ἂν βουληθῶμεν, οὐ μόνον τοῦ θηριωδῶς ζῆνἀπηλλάγημεν, ἀλλὰ καὶ συνελθόντες πόλεις ᾠκίσαμεν καὶ νόμους ἐθέμεθα καὶ τέχνας εὕρομεν, καὶ σχεδὸν ἅπαντα τὰ δι᾽ ἡμῶνμεμηχανημένα λόγος ἡμῖν ἐστὶν ὁ συγκατασκευάσας. « …mais parce que nous avons reçu le pouvoir de nous convaincre mutuellement et de faire apparaître clairement à nous-mêmes l’objet de nos décisions, non seulement nous nous sommes débarrassés de la vie sauvage, mais nous nous sommes réunis pour construire des villes ; nous avons fixé des lois ; nous avons découvert des arts et, presque toutes nos inventions, c’est la parole qui nous a permis de les conduire à bonne fin. » (Ant., 254, traduction de G. Mathieu et E. Brémond pour la CUF, Paris, 1987).
  15. AP, 77-78.
  16. AP, 220-221.
  17. AP, 275-277.
  18. D’ailleurs, le mythe d’Amphion renforce la perspective génétique du passage en ce qu’il affirme l’implication active de la poésie dans la fondation de la cité-état grecque. Thèbes passait en effet pour la plus ancienne cité de Grèce (cf. Varron, Économie rurale, III, 1). Voir à ce sujet M. A. Grant et G. C. Fiske, « Cicero’s ‘Orator’ and Horace’s ‘Ars Poetica’ », Harvard Studies of Classical Philology, 35, 1924, p. 66 sqq.
  19. Ran., 1032-1036, traduction de H. van Daele pour la CUF, Paris, 1967.
  20. Voir A. Kiessling et R. Heinze (éds), Q. Horatius Flaccus. Briefe, Berlin, Weidmannsche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1961, p. 355.
  21. AP, 402-403.
  22. Sic honor et nomen diuinis uatibus atque
    carminibus uenit.
    « C’est ainsi que la gloire, ainsi que le nom de divins furent acquis aux poètes inspirés et à leurs chants. » (AP, 400-401).

  23.  …dictae per carmina sortes,
    et uitae monstrata uia est et gratia regum
    Pieriis temptata modis ludusque repertus
    et longorum operum finis…
    « C’est en vers que les oracles furent rendus ; le chemin de la vie fut montré, la faveur des rois sollicitée sur les rythmes piériens ; on inventa les jeux scéniques, délassement après les longs travaux… » (AP, 403-406).

  24. Cf. Ode III, 4, 37 ; III, 10, 13 ; IV, 3, 17.
  25. Carm. I, 12, 7-12, traduction de F. Villeneuve pour la CUF, Paris, 1929.
  26. Carm. III, 11, 1-2.
  27. Prop., III, 2, 3-6, traduction de S. Viarre pour la CUF, Paris, 2005.
  28. « Horace allegorizes parts of the Orphic myth: Orpheus spellbinding wild animals really is Orpheus civilizing primitive and brutish man (…). This is a familiar feature in Stoic allegory… » (C. O. Brink, Horace on Poetry. The Ars Poetica, Cambridge, 1971, p. 387-388) ; pour un plus large aperçu de cette propension stoïcienne à l’interprétation allégorique, voir P. DeLacy, « Stoic Views of Poetry »,  American Journal of Philology, 69 (3), 1948, p. 241-271.
  29. AP, 119-120.
  30. En fait, cette paternité serait plutôt d’ordre spirituel, Orphée étant généralement considéré comme le fils d’Œagre, dieu thrace d’un fleuve, et de Calliope, fille de Zeus et de Mnémosyne, chantée par Hésiode comme la « première » de toutes les Muses ; voir à ce sujet R. Sorel, Orphée et l’orphisme, PUF, Paris, 1995, p. 18-19.
  31. En effet, dans l’Épître aux Pisons, de nombreuses adresses à la deuxième personne du singulier possèdent implicitement la même valeur générale, ce qui laisse à penser qu’Horace parle moins à un destinataire isolé qu’à une communauté de jeunes poètes romains contemporains. Cette dimension générale est comme explicitée dès le début du texte : Sumite materiam uestris, qui scribitis, aequam | uiribus… « Prenez, vous qui écrivez, un sujet égal à vos forces… » (AP, 38-39).
  32. « Die Verse von der Größe und Heiligkeit der Dichtung (391-407) haben das Recht so strenger Forderungen begründet, im Gegensatz zu dem römischen Gefühl, das sich des Dichtens schämt, wenn es nicht nebenbei abgetan wird, sondern den ganzen Menschen, seinen ganzen Ernst, seine Zeit und Arbeit beansprucht. » (F. Klingner, « Horazens Brief an die Pisonen », in id., Studien zur griechischen und römischen Literatur, 1964, p. 393).

          

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Consoveyo Helps Increase Throughput for PT SMART

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System integrator upgrades operational software to facilitate higher productivity

Singapore, 7 November 2019 --( ASIA TODAY )-- Consoveyo Singapore Pte. Ltd. (Consoveyo), part of Körber Logistics Systems, is pleased to announce its third consecutive project with Indonesia’s leading seed-to-shelf agribusiness, PT Sinar Mas Agro Resources & Technology (PT SMART). For this project, Consoveyo returned to PT SMART’s Jakarta warehouse to expand and upgrade its existing conveyor system and Warehouse Management System (WMS).

In Phase Three, Consoveyo expanded PT SMART’s capability to support 20% more finished products and converted the warehouse’s existing pallet stacker station into an input station.

LCD displays at three new output stations were also installed, and the Consoveyo team upgraded the warehouse’s WMS and radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems — a need that was uncovered during scheduled maintenance and operation support activities carried out by Consoveyo’s local partner. The upgrade to the RFID system helped to simplify the receiving process, and shorten the handling time for all floors.

“In today’s dynamic environment, rapidly advancing technology has become the way of life,” shared Poul Lorentzen, General Manager, Consoveyo Singapore. “Equipment, parts, and software become obsolete very quickly. As such, it is imperative that companies carry out regular maintenance to avoid breakdowns, which will result in unexpected downtime and higher costs. PT SMART made the wise choice early on to engage our preventive maintenance services, and we’re proud to say that the warehouse has not experienced any severe breakdowns since Project Phase One.”

Customers based in Asia Pacific can tap on Consoveyo’s expertise as equipment specialists for comprehensive preventive maintenance support. To help its customers achieve high system availability, Consoveyo offers tailor-made preventive and corrective maintenance services, including a team of experienced service technicians who will provide quick on-site support.

Lorentzen concluded, “We are pleased that our longstanding reputation for reliability, efficiency, and excellent customer service is continued through recurring partnerships with our customers. Our recent wins and continued partnerships with repeat customers effectively distinguish our foothold as a trusted, leading supplier of automated warehousing solutions for the food and beverage industry.”

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About Consoveyo

Consoveyo S.A. from Porto, Portugal, is a system integrator for automation projects in intralogistics and supplier of automated conveyor and storage systems. The portfolio of integrated solutions and services includes high-rack warehouses, distribution centers, and order processing systems. The company specializes in in-house mechanics and hardware solutions. Consoveyo has facilities in Portugal, Spain, Belgium, the Czech Republic, India, and Singapore. The company belongs to the Business Unit System Integration and is part of the Business Area Logistics Systems belonging to the international technology group Körber.

About Körber Logistics Systems

The Business Area Logistics Systems, belonging to the international technology group Körber and based in Bad Nauheim, Germany, is the leading provider of fully integrated applications for the optimization of complex internal and external logistics processes. Under the umbrella brand Körber Logistics, the Business Area provides digital solutions for the smart factory (production logistics), the warehouse, distribution center, e-commerce, and management of the entire supply chain. In three Business Units, the umbrella brand unites the companies Aberle GmbH and Consoveyo S.A. (System Integration), Langhammer GmbH and Riantics A/S (Product Solutions), Aberle Software GmbH, Cirrus Logistics, DMLogic, HighJump, Inconso AG and Voiteq (Software). They offer an extensive range of products and services, from system integration to technologies for storage, palletizing, de-palletizing and conveyor systems, through to software.

About Körber

Körber AG is the holding company for an international technology Group with approx. 12,000 employees around the world. The Group comprises leading-edge technology companies and more than 140 production, service, and sales entities. At locations around the globe, Körber combines the benefits of a globally-present organization with the strengths of highly-specialized, flexible, medium-sized enterprises that offer their customers solutions, products, and services in the Business Areas of Automation, Logistics Systems, Machine Tools, Pharma Systems, Tissue, Tobacco, Corporate Ventures and Körber Digital.

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Nur Amirah! Kamu Hebat. Ini Kedudukan Sebenarnya. -Ibnu Hasyim.

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Nur Amirah! Kamu Hebat Dengan Kenyataan Ini.. 


“MOHON semua yang dimuat naik dipadam semula walaupun itu mustahil,” demikian permintaan pemilik butik pengantin, Nur Amirah Mohd Amiruddin, 26, kepada warganet.
Nur Amirah mengeluarkan kenyataan itu ketika sesi siaran langsung (Live) di Facebook (FB) miliknya hari ini.
Sesi siaran langsung berdurasi empat minit 29 saat itu diadakan wanita berkenaan bagi memohon maaf kepada semua pihak berikutan tindakannya memuat naik gambar dan mengadakan sesi fotografi bersama sekumpulan model wanita berpakaian pengantin di kawasan perkuburan bukan Islam di Batu Pahat, Johor, Ahad lalu. 
(Disunting dari MyMetro Rabu, 6 November 2019)

Dari segi hukum Islam, ini sebenarnya..
(Video) Hukum ‘Berselfie’ Di Tanah Perkuburan, Ini Penjelasan UAI
Umum mengetahui, menziarahi kubur pada hari raya hanyalah adat budaya atau warisan tradisi semata-mata. Dalam islam, kita tidak disuruh menziarahi kubur pada hari raya, sebaliknya kita dituntut untuk menziarahi saudara mara serta sahabat handai yang masih hidup.
Namun begitu, masih ramai umat Islam di Malaysia yang menganggapnya sebagai sunat dan menyandarkan amalan tersebut kepada Nabi Muhammad S.A.W. Malah masih terdapat umat Islam di Malaysia yang memandang serong terhadap individu yang tidak menziarahi kubur pada hari raya.
Lebih pada itu, perbuatan berswafoto atau lebih mudah dengan perkataan ‘selfie’ menjadi satu ‘trend’  di tanah perkuburan. Mungkin ramai di antara kita nampak biasa tetapi ini penjelasan Ustaz Azhar Idrus di sebuah video dimuatnaikan di Youtube.
Hukum selfie tanah perkuburan tidaklah haram secara mutlak. Ia bergantung kepada beberapa keadaan termasuklah niat dan tujuan, Ia diharuskan selagi mana adab dan tata susila dijaga dan dipelihara.
Jangan fokuskan kepada hukum selfie dan bergambar sahaja, tapi lebih penting untuk fokuskan kepada hukum menziarahi kubur pada hari raya.
Jadi, amalan menziarahi kubur pada hari raya bukanlah amalan sunat, malah ia mungkin menjadi haram apabila terlalu ramai lelaki dan perempuan yang bukan mahram bercampur gaul di tanah perkuburan. (siakapkeli.my)

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Al-hamdulillah Nur Amirah. Jazakillahu khairan kathira (Semoga Allah memberi/menambah kepadamu kebaikan yang banyak.)  

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