Tuesday, February 22, 2011

I'm being stalked!!!

My oh my... So I have my very own internet stalker, actually more than just one! People are stalking me from 3 different continents. Who'd have thought. Have I told you already about this site I've found recently? It let's you set-up a trap for your stalkers, every time one of them visits the page - it logs his/her geographical location.

I decided to make my own honey-trap after reading some of those: Cases of Cyberstalking

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Mad Men season 5?

The question, as every year: is there going to be the next season of "Mad Men"? Negotiations are currently underway, the rate is of course a lot of money. Last year the case, what happened in January, shortly after the triumph of the series award at the Golden Globes ceremony. How will this time? Action "Mad Men"is set in the '60s Twentieth century New York. The main character is Don Draper, a highly regarded spec from advertising. With it, we observe changes in mores of American society that occurred during that period.

Friday, February 11, 2011

The Beginnings of Television, part 2

In 1929 the BBC began transmitting experimental television program using the system for Blair. In 1936 the BBC began broadcasting last regular TV from Alexandra Palace in London. In 1940 the U.S. began to broadcast experimental television broadcasts in color, using the current system of color reproduction. Meanwhile, in Poland in 1952, Poland began a regular TV broadcast television programs. 1953 is the year in which the color began to broadcast a TV program. In 1956 he came to produce the first VCR. Did the Californian company Ampex Corporation. 6 years later Telstar satellite over the Atlantic gave the first television signals. In 1970, Decca's UK and AEG-Telefunken of Germany announced the construction of the system perwszego recording and playback of video. This system, however, have been refined in the '80s when I began to use laser disc playback .. In 1973, the BBC and Independent Television in Britain introduced the world's first teletext system. Two years later, Sony introduced a system of video cassettes for home use. That same year, the British post office (British Telecom) has announced the introduction of the system umożliwającego watching the TV screen. 1979 years the Japanese company Matsushita has developed a slim, pocket-sized TV that uses a liquid crystal display. In 1986, he introduced digital transmission systems and improved systems for teletext. And now 3 years later, Japan launched a broadcast TV programs in high-resolution images, whereas in the UK satellite television was introduced. In 1990 the BBC introduced a system of digital stereo (NICAM). MAC introduced the European system. It possible to obtain sharper images and more data and the number of soundtracks. Finally, in 1992, the U.S. demonstrated a fully digital high-definition television.
So we came to our times in which anyone can have a digital TV. Cable and satellite signals to reach the most people in Europe and the USA. It can also be sent via the Internet. How to roll her fate in the future? TV becomes interactive. You will be able to choose movies or football matches alone. It is we who will choose what we want to see. We will not have to go to hire, you want to watch a movie. Television thus becomes similar to the network. Interactive programs over the BBC is already working.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

The Beginnings of Television

One of the first people who contributed to the invetion of television was the Englishman William Crookes. It was he who in 1878 invented an electron tube emitting cathode rays. In 1884, Paul Nipkow in Germany built a mechanical device for image analysis, so called. Nipkow disc. It was a rotating disc with a spirally arranged holes. In the same country, but in 1897 Karl Ferdinand Braun modified Crookes tube electron, creating a prototype of the tube. In 1906, Boris Rosing in Russia has experimented with the Nipkow disk and the CRT and he managed to send the first television images, however, were very poor quality. In the U.S., Vladimir Zworykin invented the first tube of analyzing the image, it was ikonoskop. It happened in 1923 roku.3 years later, John Logie Baird demonstrated television system operator, using the mechanical Nipkow disk for image analysis. In 1928 he finally came to a color television. Baird demonstrated it.
After the discovery of all these inventions enable the transmission of the image now it was time for it to spread. With TV you had to show it to people and create opportunities for satellite TV.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

History of Polish TV part 2

In 1951 at the headquarters of the ZNP was carried out with the first public demonstration of television equipment and is further combined with a demonstration of the image. During the exhibition demonstrates the nearly 300 forms, which lasted 8-12 minutes. The exhibition was visited by over 100 thousand. people. The exhibition was closed a two-hour variety store, by Tadeusz Pszczołowskiego, one of the first creators of the television in our country. A year later ended up working on the vision of a transmitter, still rushed work on the audio transmitter. Experimental Station gave a television news program IL 25 October and was the first announcer Maria Krzyżanowska. The program can be viewed on receivers twenty-four brand Leningrad. It was only the picture, a voice came from the radios. The screens have the size of a postcard 12x18cm. In January 1953, was first broadcast program for children, and in the middle of this month for video transmission, audio transmission also joined. From now to receive video and audio used a camera. A year later, television has moved to new offices on the square of Warka, there had his 240-meter studio. In 1954, Joan and John Kulmowie prepared the first puppet programs for children, and since April 1955 broadcast of the program two times per week. Also dramatically increased number of receivers in the country. In 1953 there were eighty, while in 1955 nearly ten thousand. It began production of its own type of TV Wisla, later Belvedere.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

History of Polish TV part 3

April 30, 1956 in Warsaw was opened WOT with a new station broadcasting on the Palce of Culture. Then, the program has already aired five times a week. The station had two broadcasting vans and broadcast coverage reached over 60 km. 22 November 1958 gave the first station Television Kurier Warszawski. After Warsaw began to build centers in Lodz, Poznan, Katowice, Wroclaw, Gdansk, Krakow and Szczecin. These types of centers for the purpose were to be built in all provinces. Television in Poland began in the theater and film, and later discovered in the phenomenon of information and journalistic. Since the end of 1955, and during the whole 1956 years developed editorial structure, formed subsequent sections: political, sports, popular science, communication with the audience. News of the program was created, the original of the Official Television, who appeared on television on Jan. 2, 1958 year. The program handed general information, sports and weather, which consisted of one great whole. Official Television to grow very quickly.

History of Television in Poland

TV beginnings date back to the nineteenth century. With her father is considered by Paul Nipkow, who in the patent office as the first registered electrical device called a telescope. In our country the idea of the television deal with, inter alia, John Szczepanik, who created teletroskop, Kazimierz Prószyński, who presented telefot. In 1929 Stefan Manczarski received a patent for the way television transmission of images over wire and radio. Six years later, in our country began working on television research at the National Institute of Telecommunications. The first program was aired October 5, 1938. The antenna, which was placed on the highest building in Warsaw (owned 27 m) allowed the reception of the film under the title of Barbara Radziwiłówna. Within a radius of 20-30 km transmission was poor quality. Newsreels were issued. At that time very few people had television. You can find them in research institutes and in some people, for research purposes. In 1947 he resumed work on the television.