Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Volcanic cones

Volcanic cones or cinder cones result from eruptions that explode mostly little pieces of scoria and pyroclastics (both resemble cinders, hence the name of this volcano type) that build up about the vent. These can be relatively short-lived eruptions that create a cone-shaped hill maybe 30 to 400 meters high. Most cinder cones explode only once. Cinder cones may form as side vents on better volcanoes, or occur on their own. ParĂ­cutin in Mexico and Sunset Crater in Arizona are examples of cinder cones. In New Mexico, Caja del Rio is a volcanic field of over 60 cinder cones.

Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage

Each spring, the park hosts the Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage, a week-long festival of programs and guided walks and hikes that explore the wondrous diversity of life in the park.

In summer the display continues with brilliant red cardinal flowers, pink turtleheads, Turk’s cap lily, small purple-fringed orchids, bee-balm, butterfly-weed, black-eyed susans, jewel weed, and many others.

By late summer and through the fall, goldenrod, wide-leaved sunflowers, tall ironweed, mountain gentian, monk’s hood, coneflowers, and numerous varieties of asters begin to bloom. Purple umbels of sweet Joe-Pye-weed stretch towards the sky and can reach heights of ten feet.

Trees and shrubs bloom throughout the year too. From February through April the flowers of red maples paint the mountains with a wash of brilliant red. Showy trees such as serviceberry, silverbell, flowering dogwood, redbud, Fraser magnolia, and tuliptree soon follow. Later in summer sourwood, a tree prized for the honey that bees produce from its small bell-shaped, white flowers, begins to bloom. The year ends with the yellow flowers of witch-hazel, which blooms from October through January.

Closer to the ground on shrubs, the small, bight yellow blossoms of spicebush begin to bloom in February and are soon joined by sweetshrub, dog-hobble, and flame azalea. The park is famous for its displays mountain laurel, rhododendron and flame azaleas. The lovely pink and white flowers of mountain laurel bloom in early May through June. Catawba rhododendron, which lives primarily at elevations above 3,500’, reaches it peak of bloom in June. Rosebay rhododendron is in bloom at the lower elevations in June and at mid-elevations during July. Flame azaleas bloom at the low and mid-elevations in April and May. On Gregory Bald the colorful display peaks in late June or early July. On Andrews Bald the peak is usually in early July.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

HTC announces world’s first GSM/WiMAX mobile phone

HTC is debatably the most innovative company when it comes to mobile phones, in exacting those running the Windows Mobile operating system. Today, they announced the HTC MAX 4G device that is the world’s first GSM/WiMAX headset. The device will be obtainable in Russia on the Yota Mobile WiMAX network. The device appears similar to the super high-end HTC Touch HD that was recently bare with a large 3.8 inch 800×480 display and touch screen interface. The HTC MAX 4G will hold up the Yota Video network and with the device you can in fact display up to nine TV channels at the same time.

* Qualcomm ESM7206A 528 MHz processor
* Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
* 256MB ROM and 288MB RAM with 8GB Flash drive
* TouchFLO 3D interface
* Tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE:900/1800/1900 MHz with integrated WiMAX
* Integrated GPS, WiFi, and Bleutooth 2.0
* Standard 3.5mm headset jack
* FM radio
* 5 megapixel camera with VGA front camera for conference calling

Friday, November 21, 2008

Coastal Deserts

You find these deserts on the western edge of continents near the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn. Massive ocean water currents, think of them as rivers in the ocean, tend to move in a clockwise direction in the Northern Hemisphere and counter-clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere. Along the western edge of continents in both hemispheres the source of these currents tends to be found in the poles, so the oceans here are quite cold (the eastern edge of continents, by contrast, tend to be warm). Anyone who has swam in the warm waters off the Carolinas , and then went at the same latitude across North America to the frigid waters of California can prove this to themselves. Cold ocean currents inhibit the formation of rain cloud. Evaporation is a function of heat, so cold oceans do not provide the moisture that warm oceans do. Persistent high pressure systems are also a factor, tending to block incoming storms. Winter fog is often an important source of moisture in these coastal deserts, and very unusual plants and animals have developed to exploit this dew. The Atacama Desert of South America, and Mexico’s Baja California are examples.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Bridalveil Falls

Located about a half-mile northeast of Miners Beach along the Pictured Rocks cliffs.

Bridalveil Falls are only viewable by water or from a distance at Miners Castle. The falls cannot be seen from atop or from the North Country National Scenic Trail.

This is a seasonal waterfall that slows to a trickle in the summer and fall. Bridalveil Falls is often featured on postcards and publications about Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Friday, October 24, 2008

San Agustin Church and Museum

The San Agustin Church and Museum which is a private museum under the supervision of the Augustinian Friars is housed inside the Old Monastery of the church. The collections include 26 huge oil paintings of saints, the Don Luis Araneta Collection of Antiques, the crypt where Philippine Notables are buried, leads to the refractory with its fine collection of colonial religious art, the Capitulation room where the Spanish surrendered to the Americans in 1898, the Sacristy which house antique carrosas, richly embroidered vestments, a wonderful Saint Michael and famous choir hand carved from Molave wood that dates back to 1614.

Friday, October 17, 2008


The most colourful temple festival of Kerala, Thrissur Pooram, attracts large masses of devotees and spectators form all parts of the State and even outside.

Celebrated in Medom (April-May) it consists of processions of richly caparisoned elephants from various neigbouring temples to the Vadakunnatha temple, Thrissur. The most impressions are those from the Krishna temple at Thiruvambadi and the Devi temple at Paramekkavu, both situated in the town itself. This festival was introduced by Sakthan Thampuran, the Maharaja of erstwhile Kochi state. The Pooram festival is also well-known for the magnificent display of fireworks. It is celebrated by two rival groups representing the two divisions of Thrissur Paramekkavu and Thiruvambadi vying with each other in making the display of fireworks grander and more colourful. Each group is allowed to display a maximum of fifteen elephants and all efforts are made by each party to secure the best elephants in South India and the most artistic parasols, several kind which are raised on the elephants during the display. The commissioning of elephants and parasols is done in the utmost secrecy by each party to excel the other. Commencing in the early hours of the morning, the celebrations last till the break of dawn, the next day.

Of the rival groups participating in the Pooram, the most important ones are those from Pramekkavu and Thiruvambadi. At the close of the Pooram both these groups enter the temple through the western gate and come out through the southern gate to array themselves, face to face, one from the round and other form the Municipal Office road. This spectacle is highly enchanting. Although this grand festival is known as Thrissur Pooram, it is in fact the conclusion of the eight -day Utsavam of nine temples.

Friday, October 10, 2008


Sprawling on the banks of the river Yamuna, Delhi, Bahai Temple the capital of India, typifies the soul of the country. In time the city conceals within its bosom annals of civilisations that flourished for more than three thousand years. Indraprastha, according to legends, the city founded by the Pandavas in the times of the epic Mahabharata (circa 1500 B.C.), was located near the Old Fort that stands on a large mound overlooking the river.

Qutab Minar Since those early days many dynasties and rulers flourished on its regal soil. The legacy of that past survives in the many monuments left behind by the regents, each a chronicle of the glory of its time and an imprint of the character of the ruler. Today, the city is a curious blend of the modern and traditional, skyscrapers, beautiful gardens and wide tree-lined avenues perpetuate the Mughal passion of landscaping and architectural excellence. More important, however, Delhi blends within its folds the great cultural variety of India; an unceasing range of activity, a million ways of saying 'You are Welcome'.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Alessandro Dell''Acqua

Alessandro Dell Acqua cologne eau de toilette, formed by Alessandro dell'Acqua, was introduced in 2003. Alessandro Dell' Acqua is classified as a luxurious, lovable, masculine, sophisticated, romantic, spicy fragrance. Alessandro Dell' Acqua is suggested for romantic wear.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008


A watch is a timepiece that is made to be worn on a person, as different to a clock which is not. The term now generally refers to a wristwatch, which is worn on the wrist with a strap or bracelet. In addition to the time, modern watches often display the day, date, month and year, and electronic watches may have many other facilities.

Most low-cost and medium-priced watches used mainly for timekeeping are electronic watches with quartz movements. Luxurious, collectible watches valued more for their workmanship and aesthetic appeal than for simple timekeeping, often have purely mechanical movements and are powered by springs, even though mechanical movements are less accurate than more affordable quartz movements.

Before the low-cost miniaturization that became possible in the 20th century, most watches were pocket watches, which had covers and were carried in a pocket and attached to a watch chain or watch fob. Watches evolved in the 1600s from spring
power-driven clocks, which appeared in the 1400s.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Water Pollution:

Organic wastes such as sewage impose high oxygen demands on the receiving water leading to oxygen reduction with potentially severe impacts on the whole eco-system. Industries release a variety of pollutants in their wastewater including heavy metals, organic toxins, oils, nutrients, and solids. Discharges can also have thermal effects, particularly those from power stations, and these too decrease the available oxygen. Silt-bearing overflow from many activities including construction sites, deforestation and agriculture can inhibit the penetration of sunlight through the water column, restricting photosynthesis and causing blanketing of the lake or river bed, in turn damaging ecological systems.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Cloud formation:

Thunderstorm clouds are shaped wherever there is enough upward motion, unsteadiness in the vertical, and wetness to produce a deep cloud that reaches up to levels somewhat colder than freezing. These circumstances are most often met in summer. Lightning occurs less commonly in the winter because there is not as much shakiness and moisture in the atmosphere as there is in the summer. These two ingredients work mutually to make convective storms that can produce lightning. Without volatility and moisture, strong thunderstorms are unlikely. Lightning originates around 15,000 to 25,000 feet above sea level when raindrops are carried upward until some of them convert to ice.

Friday, July 4, 2008


An aircraft is a means of transport which is able to fly through the Earth's atmosphere or through any other atmosphere. Many rocket vehicles are not aircraft because they are not supported by the surrounding air. All the individual activity which surrounds aircraft is called aviation.
Manned plane are flown by a pilot. Until the 1960s, unmanned plane were called drones. During the 1960s, the U.S. military brought the term remotely piloted vehicle (RPV) into utilize. In additional the term unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has become common

Monday, June 16, 2008


The goldfish, Carassius auratus, was one of the earliest fish to be domesticated, and is still one of the most normally kept aquarium fish and water garden fish. It is relatively small member of the carp family, the goldfish is a domesticated version of a dark-gray/brown carp native to East Asia. It was first domesticated in China and was introduced to Europe in the late 17th century.

Goldfish can grow to a maximum length of 23 inches (59 cm) and a maximum weight of 9.9 pounds (4.5 kg), though this is rare; few goldfish reach even half this size. The oldest recorded goldfish lived to 49 years, but most household goldfish usually live only six to eight years, due to being kept in bowls. The combined noun for a group of goldfish is a "troubling".

Sunday, June 8, 2008


Deforestation is the exchange of forested areas to non-forest land for use such as arable land, pasture, urban use, logged area, or wasteland. Usually, the removal or destruction of significant areas of forest cover has resulted in a degraded environment with reduced biodiversity. In many countries, huge deforestation is ongoing and is shaping climate and geography. Deforestation results from removal of trees without enough reforestation, and results in declines in habitat and biodiversity, wood for fuel and industrial use, and quality of life.

From about the mid-1800s, the planet has practiced an unprecedented rate of change of destruction of forests worldwide. Forests in Europe are harmfully affected by acid rain and very large areas of Siberia have been harvested since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Sunday, May 25, 2008


A lens is a device for either concentrating or diverging light, usually produced from a piece of shaped glass. Lenses do not form perfect images, and there is always some degree of distortion or aberration introduced by the lens which causes the image to be an defective replica of the object. Careful design of the lens system for a exacting application ensures that the aberration is minimized. There are several different types of aberration which can influence image quality.

Thursday, May 22, 2008


An automobile (also motor car or simply car) is a wheeled traveler vehicle that carries its own motor. Most definitions of the term specify that automobiles are designed to run mostly on roads, to have seating for one to eight people, to typically have four wheels, and to be constructed principally for the transport of people rather than goods.However, the term is far from precise.

The economics of personal automobile ownership go away from the initial cost of the vehicle and includes repairs, maintenance, fuel, depreciation, the cost of borrowing, parking fees, tire replacement, taxes and insurance.The capability for humans to travel rapidly from place to place has far reaching implications for the nature of our society. People can now live faraway from their workplaces, the design of our cities is determined as much by the need to get vehicles into and out of the city as the nature of the buildings and public spaces within the city.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Apple Computer

Apple Computer, Inc. NASDAQ: AAPL is a Silicon Valley company based in Cupertino, California, whose nucleus business is computer technologies. Apple helped originate the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II microcomputer and has since further shaped it with the Macintosh. Apple is known for its original, well-designed hardware, such as the iPod and iMac, as well as software offerings exemplified through iTunes as part of the iLife suite and Mac OS X, its flagship operating system.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Multithreading in Java

Java provides built-in support for multithreaded programming. A multithreaded program will have 2 or more parts that can run concurrently. Each part of such a program in java is called a thread, and each thread defines a separate path of execution. It is a specialized form of multitasking. There are two distinct types of multitasking namely Process-based and Thread-based.

Friday, May 2, 2008

A short note on Usable groundwater

A Usable groundwater is enclosed in the aquifers, which are subterranean areas (or the layers) of permeable material (like sand and gravel) that channel the groundwater's flow. The Aquifers can be either confined or unconfined. If a confined aquifer goes after a downward grade from a recharge zone, the groundwater can turn out to be pressurized as it flows. This can form artesian wells that flow freely not including the need of a pump. The top of the upper unconfined aquifer is known as the water table or phreatic surface, where water pressure is equivalent to the atmospheric pressure.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Informative Modeling

Instructive modeling is an inter penalizing procedural loom linking information tools with architectural scrutiny and modeling. Informative modeling aspires at civilizing the way information and confirmations about how architectural entities evolved throughout time can be visually exhibited.

Informative modeling applies to the learning of historic structural design, where purposes have most frequently been ample converted, and as a result where what is recognized about entities remains incomplete. As an effect, whereas in conventional architectural modeling a pragmatic depiction of points is measured as an end, in the informative modeling tactic the illustration of architectural objectives is used principally as sustain for information exploration and revelation, reckoning and cognition: it does not endeavor for pragmatism.

Pensiveness and figuration are incorporated as substitute/mixable forms of depiction, permitting biased facts to be corresponded and significant concepts in momentous disciplines such as data ambiguity to be suggested realistically.

A view on Vehicle construction and design

The Psychology in car manufacturing by tradition deals with questions of ergonomics, however since the 1980s new in-car devices and has associated latest infrastructure have emerged as a speedily growing field. An Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and the latest information systems are planned to support the driver in an apt, user-oriented way. According to the analyses of the driving tasks which drivers have to deal with, for example multiple tasks requiring divided attention, psychologists’ most important orientation in the design process are towards human requirements. This has defining the technical necessities, human-centered development and the usability of ADAS, the operability of Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI), behavioral adaptation and the risk compensation, approval of innovations, and the social impacts.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Is foodstuff a trouble for you?

Eating and get pleasure from food is a fundamental part of being active. The nourishment from food keeps us fit, alert, and sense good. The flavors and reeks of foodstuff are some of the fine pleasures in life. Sharing food is an imperative way for contacts and family to approach together. So, how can groceries be a hitch?

Our civilization sends out mixed messages regarding food, messages which are conflicting and very critical. On the one hand we are flooded with images of appetizing food and recommend for eating. On the other hand, and this is particularly true for women, images of thin-very slim- young sculpts are accessible to us as a corporeal ideal.

These varied messages joint with other features can lead some to enlarge problems with their intake habits. We call these troubles "Eating anarchies," since they have an effect on normal, vigorous performance.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

What do you mean by Superbike racing?

The Superbike racing is a category of motorcycle road racing that employs modified production motorcycles, in the same way that Touring car racing employs production cars. Numerous countries like USA, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada operate national superbike championships, and a World Superbike final has run since 1988.
The Superbike category is extremely popular with manufacturers. As the race bikes are built from production road bikes, the marketing price of a Superbike victory is important. The set of laws relating to how extensively the machine can be modified vary significantly in the various competitions. The AMA Superbike series agrees for substantial modification of the machine, together with modifying elements of the engine block. On the contrary, World Superbike is significantly stricter and since 2004 this series has as well featured a control Pirelli tire. Until then it was general for riders form domestic championships to enter their country's race as a wildcard - Makoto Tamada and Shane Byrne are amid many riders to beat the regulars in these one-off races, and both went on to greater success.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

The Authority of intuition in Decision Making

As our life happen to more dynamic and less formation, perception gains more and more gratitude as an essential decision making contrivance. You have possibly heard of experienced resolution makers who are able to honestly recognize the best option or route of action in many difficult situations. The resolution just comes to them from anywhere in their unintentional mind, instead of being a upshot a lengthy chain of reasonable derivations or a computer productivity from a complicated Monte Carlo replication.

Yes, perception can make you a much more successful decision maker, particularly when you deal with substandard situations or in convenient decision making. Yet, before you put more burden on intuitive choices, there are a few vital points you need to keep in mind.

When do you require intuition?

Decision making conditions where intuitive approach can assist most comprise the following.
  • convenient decision making and rapid reaction are required. The situations leave you no time to go throughout complete balanced analysis.
  • Fast rapid change. The features on which you base your scrutiny change rapidly.
  • The problem is feebly configured.
  • The features and rules that you need to take into report are hard to coherent in an unambiguous way.
  • You have to compact with uncertain, imperfect, or contradictory information.
  • There is no pattern.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Tips to live a happy life

Develop a sturdy affiliation with your family. That comprises trust. If you are in an rude family, you must find a way to stop the violence that may embrace partition.

Desire your friends vigilantly. Nearly everybody needs somebody who cares for them and indulgences them well. If you have friends who are treating you terribly, then drain them and find companions that do mind about you.

Keep learning. Whether it is a new pastime or a new dance, just carry on learning something that attentions you. Just find a new attention and go for it!! It will give you incredible to keep you engaged, and a new attitude on life.

Set ambitions. When you achieve a goal, it's a great sensation. If you put all your breakdowns to other populace, you put yourself in their authority. Take liability for when things go wide of the mark in your life.

Do what you preserve for those less opportune than yourself. Volunteer at a hospital or be a part of a series, which think about of tolerant in some way. When you go away from the hospital, you will be greatly happier knowing that you've completed something consequential, something someone else can welcome.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008


A ghost tour is an motion themed around the telepathic providing an entertaining and often educational way to present history. Tours are repeatedly lead on foot around sites with a reputation for abnormal occurrences. They are typically conducted at night and will unite a mix of factual history, folklore and stories.Tours themes around the paranormal can introduce historic, social and scientific topics to a wider audience than might not otherwise be addressed. Stories centered on ghosts and mysteries are for more eye-catching to many people to whom leisure time is valuable, than purely academic pursuits. A well obtainable thematic tour should create the interest for further examination into the stories behind the topics.Presentations use drama, humor and analogies to weave stories in an interesting way. Tours may be conducted on foot, vehicle or even a self led tour finding clues along a pre-determined route.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

A short note on Willamette River

The Willamette River (pronounced as "wil-LAM-met") is a tributary of the Columbia River, just about 240 mi (386 km) long, in the northwestern Oregon in the United States. The Flowing northward involving the Coastal Range and Cascade Range, the river and its tributaries form a basin called the Willamette Valley containing the biggest population centers of Oregon, together with Portland, which sits along both sides of the river next to its mouth on the Columbia. Its fertile valley is fed by prolific rainfall on the western side of the Cascades, forming one of the lushest agricultural regions of North America that was the destination for many if not most of the emigrants next to the Oregon Trail. The river was a main transportation route all over much of the early history of the state, furnishing a means of conveying the vast timber and the agricultural resources of the state to the outside world.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

What is offshore outsourcing in SEO?

The Offshore outsourcing, or “offshoring”, denotes to outsourcing to firms in foreign countries, often to take advantage of labor arbitrage. In the past 10 years, business process outsourcing contracts have progressively more been given to firms in developing countries. Typically educated workers in developing countries, such as India or China, work for a much lower wage than do alike educated workers in developed countries, like Japan. Savings from the lower wage rate must go beyond the increased costs of management and risk connected with offshore outsourcing for it to be economically viable.

Thursday, March 6, 2008


Sunflowers in the bud stage show signs of heliotropism. At break of day, the faces of most sunflowers are turned towards the east. Over the course of the day, they move to track the sun from east to west, while at night they return to an eastward orientation. This movement is performed by motor cells in the pulvinus, a bendable segment of the stem just below the bud. As the bud stage ends, the stem stiffens and the blooming stage is reached.Sunflowers in the blossoming stage are not heliotropic anymore. The stem has frozen, normally in an eastward orientation. The stem and leaves lose their green color.The wild sunflower naturally does not turn toward the sun; its flowering heads may face many directions when mature. However, the leaves typically exhibit some heliotropism.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Seafood is every sea animal that is served like food or is fit for eating. This generally includes seawater animals, such as fish and shellfish. By addition, in North America though not normally in the United Kingdom, the word seafood is also useful to similar animals from fresh water and all suitable for eating aquatic animals are collectively referred to as seafood. Edible seaweeds are hardly ever considered seafood, although they come from seawater and are generally eaten around the world. See the type of sea vegetables. The harvesting of seafood is identified as fishing and the cultivation of seafood is recognized as aquaculture or simply fish farming.Seafood is a basis of protein in many diets around the world.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

What can a C program and Programming Language do?

A Typical programming task includes putting data into a database or pulling it out, displaying high speed graphics in a game or video, managing the electronic devices joined to the PC or even playing music and/or sound effects. You can even write down software to generate music or help you to compose. A programming language is used to write down computer programs like Applications, Utilities, Servers and Systems Programs. A program is written as a series of human comprehensible computer instructions that can be read by a compiler and linker, and translated into machine code so that a computer can know and run it in programming language.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Aspect of Life

Throughout life people make various decisions upon life, some of which are less significant as others. One of the main decisions I took was that in which I had decided to leave my old life in China and come to Australia. After all, I always wanted to travel around the world. Now after expenses half of my life here, I would like to bid farewell to a few of favorable memories of home.

Send-off to the little girl that played .I expect I will come back to home soon and see you all again. With me when I was in kinder garden who helped me get through my first day away from mum. Thank you for pleasing me to the dentist when my tooth was painful at the middle of the night. Goodbye to the teachers who carried me in her upper body when I cry in tears every morning seeing my mum go to work without me.

Thursday, January 17, 2008


A highway is a most important road within a city, or linking numerous cities together. It has roads known as interstate highway, motorway, freeway and autobahn, where a full description varies by country. In general, a highway is a road which has multiple lanes of traffic in all direction, often with a physical division (median) connecting opposing traffic, and separate access ramps to and from the highway which are more extensively separated than connections on a normal road and are often grade-separated. A highway may prohibit access by pedestrians and limit what vehicles may perhaps travel on it.
In olden times, a highway was any main road traveling a long distance outside of a city. Early roads between cities would at times suffer from highwaymen who would rob people traveling the route. In the 20th century, on the other hand, the word commonly came to be used simply for high-speed, often specially-designed automobile routes. On 10 September 1913, the first paved coast-to-coast highway opened in the US states.
Highways generally have a higher speed limit than other roads for the reason that they have additional lanes and are designed for driving at a higher speed. In distant areas, a highway may have rest areas where motorists may stop and calm down before resuming a long drive. By convention, the lane nearby to the median on a multi-lane highway is called the passing lane. The longest single national highway in the world is the Trans Canada Highway, which goes from Victoria, British Columbia, on the Pacific Coast, through ten states to the Atlantic Coast, at St. John's, the Newfoundland.

Monday, January 7, 2008

What is Servlet in Java?

A Servlet is an object that gets a request and makes a response based on that request. The basic servlet package describes the Java objects to signify servlet requests and responses, with objects to reflect the servlet's configuration parameters and execution environment in the program. The package javax.servlet.http describes HTTP-specific subclasses of the generic servlet elements, with the session management objects that track multiple requests and responses involving the Web server and a client. Servlets may perhaps be packaged in a WAR file as a Web application.
Servlets can be generated routinely by JavaServer Pages (JSP), or alternately by template engines for example WebMacro. Often servlets are used in conjunction with JSPs in a sample called "Model 2", which is a flavor of the model-view-controller sample.


The leading theme of his maturity human struggle with the forces of nature. As a young-looking man, he received his start as an illustrator of magazines. He became a normal contributor of design drawings to Harper's Weekly, one of the nation most admired magazines of the time. After spending a year in Paris in 1856, he returned to the U.S. with a better accepting of the light in impressionism even though he was not really influenced by French art. In the early 1860's, Homer made several trips to the front lines of some Civil War battle in Virginia. It was from sketches he made there that he formed his first main oil work, Prisoners from the Front, Metropolitan Museum, New York City.

The United States has produced its own breed of painter true to the vision and character of the nation. In the nineteenth century, one of its most Winslow Homer. Classified as an American naturalist painter. Winslow was a self-taught artist who became most famous for his views of the American landscape and most Taking up solitary habitation on the Maine coast at Prout's Neck, he produced such masterpieces of realism as Eight Bells in it the drama of the sea scene is imbue with an epic, heroic quality that symbolizes.