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Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 30 Jun 20, Tuesday
–The Washington Post Crossword – Apr 8 2020
–LA Times Crossword 8 Apr 20, Wednesday
–LA Times Crossword 27 Feb 20, Thursday
–NY Times Crossword 10 Nov 19, Sunday
–NY Times Crossword 27 Oct 19, Sunday
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Random information on the term “Bit”:
The shannon (symbol: Sh), more commonly known as the bit, is a unit of information and of entropy defined by IEC 80000-13. One shannon is the information content of an event occurring when its probability is 1⁄2. It is also the entropy of a system with two equally probable states. If a message is made of a sequence of a given number of bits, with all possible bit strings being equally likely, the message’s information content expressed in shannons is equal to the number of bits in the sequence. For this and historical reasons, the shannon is more commonly known as the bit. The introduction[when?] of the term shannon provides an explicit distinction between the amount of information that is expressed and the quantity of data that may be used to represent the information. IEEE Std 260.1-2004 still defines the unit for this meaning as the bit, with no mention of the shannon.
The shannon can be converted to other information units according to
Random information on the term “ATOM”:
hAtom is a draft Microformat for marking up (X)HTML, using classes and rel attributes, content on web pages that contain blog entries or similar chronological content. These can then be parsed as feeds in Atom, a web syndication standard.
hAtom is available as version 0.1, released 28 February 2006, and is used widely throughout the Web.
hAtom is also used as the basis for individually subscribable parts of web pages, called Web Slices, which are understood by Internet Explorer 8 and can be understood by Firefox, using third-party add-ons.
The annotations indicated via the hAtom tags added to mark-up determine the portions of content obtained via the Web Slice filter.