These are a series of pamphlets produced several times a month throughout the war for soldiers. The pamphlets contained articles, combat tips, proclamations, maps, drawings, cartoons, news, updates and other general information.
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The Rank and file in combat, What they are doing, How they are doing it. The suggestions in Combat Lessons are drawn from the experience of the World War II American Soldier in both Europe and the Pacific.
This is an analysis of the different kinds of emails WordPress.com sends out when specific actions are triggered. This is from the recipients perspective. Note, that WordPress.com does not allow customization of these emails due to security concerns. Also mentioned is a review of the different kinds of WordPress.com robots and how to remove them.
New Post Email
This image below is an example email that is sent out when a user signs up to receive new posts. Your new post emails would look the same except for images, content, and contact information.
Invited Viewer Without Message Email
When you invite a user to your site, particularly if it is private, WordPress.com gives you the option to add a message. This is what it looks like without a message.
Invited Viewer With Message Email
This is the email with a message.
Invited to be an Administrator Email
This is what the email looks like with a message when someone has been invited to be an admin.
Invitation Acceptance Email
When you are invited to a site you will need to accept. When you accept an invite WordPress sends you a confirmation email alerting you that you have accepted. The Pixelated part is where your username goes. Only the person getting the email would see it.
Following Blog Email
This email is sent out when a user follows your blog.
Domain Name About to Expire Email
WordPress alerts users who have a domain name that it is about to expire. This is what the email looks like. Note that you will continue to get these emails, even if cancel the domain name or you turn off automatic renewal.
Domain Name Expired Email
WordPress sends out an email the day after your Domain Name expires.
Robots on your WordPress.com Site
There are two kinds of robots. A sitting down robot on your WordPress.com site mean your domain name is nearing expiration. You can dismiss this robot by clicking “Dismiss” in the top right.
The other kind is a standing up robot. This means your domain name is has expired. This is the message that appears the day after your domain name has expired.
To remove robots you will need to select cancel domain on the robot screen. When you select cancel you will be prompted to explain why and you will need to tick a box noting that you understand the consequences of domain name cancelation.
This is what the screen look like after you submitted your domain name cancelation. Note that you will need to check your email for a cancelation confirmation.
WordPress.com Domain Name Cancelation Email
This is the email to cancel a WordPress.com domain name. It is the the last step. Once clicked there is no going back.
Domain Name Cancelation Notification Email
This email is sent out when the domain name has been canceled.
If you try to visit your site using your canceled domain name. WordPress.com gives you a message prompting you to get Domain Mapping.
While not a WordPress.com part, MailChimp is frequently used with WordPress.com users to manage newsletters. This is an example of an HTML email from the recipients perspective.
You will select among several code tutorials and code (program a computer) for an hour. You may stick with one tutorial or switch out. The purpose is to code for an hour and expose you to the creativity and fun that computer science and programming can be! You will be graded based upon participation and completion of reflection questions.
1. What does the number next to each of the notes above mean? 2. Follow the model above and write a new note. 3. Examine the code above and explain what you would need to do in order to play three notes. 4. Look at the above code and write the code needed to place the melody into a loop
Connect the wires as shown to complete a circuit with the Piezo buzzer.
The negative wire should go to the digital ground pin while the positive wire should go to digital pin number 8 and positive should be in ground. If that does not work, place the positive wire in the 5v power pin.
To code the Piezo buzzer you will need to create a tab or file that your main Arduino code can access. You should call this new tab pitches.h
To create a new tab click on the arrow located all the way to the right and select New Tab.
Name this tab pitches.h and insert the new code. Use the code located here to cut and paste into a pitches.h tab
Figure out how to adjust the delay between each note.
Can you play a recognizable tune? (Note: delete everything in your pitches.h file and insert all the following code into the Arduino Main sketch). You do not need any resistors and make sure your positive wire is in pin 13 and your negative wire is in pin 3.
Visit the following and link and address the questions. Be sure to navigate to each page on the link.
Internet Safety Link Questions: 1. Why do people believe they are safer online than they actually are? 2. Explain the following internet threats A. Malware B. Phishing C. Virus D. Clickjacking E. Browser Hijacking F. SPAM G. Trojan Horse 3. What are three ways your internet privacy and safety can be violated? 4. Explain the following internet safety terms A. Meme B. Troll C. Sockpuppet D. Avatar 5. Google and Bing yourself using quotes. If information appears you do not like you can request Google or Bing to remove it. You may need to have an account with Google or Microsoft in order to request a removal.
Note: If you identify any images or information contained in the search you do not like you can ask Google and Bing to remove them. Most search engines allow for that to happen BUT it may take several weeks before they are completely removed.
6 Ask yourself, how are your privacy settings on your social media sites: Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat etc? Are they open for anyone or just “Friends”?
Directions: Visit the following web address and complete the questions. You just need the answers.
A. Arduino DigitalWrite Function 1. What is the name of the function? 2. What does it describe (ie: What does it do?) 3. How do you write it (ie: What is it’s Syntax?) 4. What is it’s parameters (ie: What information can you put inside of it?) 5. When would you use the function? 6. Create an example digitalwrite function
B. Arduino AnalogWrite Function 1. What is the name of the function? 2. What does it describe (ie: What does it do? HINT: Read the first two sentences) 3. How do you write it (ie: What is it’s Syntax?) 4. What is it’s parameters (ie: What information can you put inside of it?) 5. When would you use the function? 6. Create an example analogwrite function.
C. Arduino PinMode Function 1. What is the name of the function? 2. What does it describe (ie: What does it do?) 3. How do you write it (ie: What is it’s Syntax?) 4. What is it’s parameters (ie: What information can you put inside of it?) 5. When would you use the function? 6. Create an example pinMode function.
D. Arduino digitalRead Function 1. What is the name of the function? 2. What does it describe (ie: What does it do?) 3. How do you write it (ie: What is it’s Syntax?) 4. What is it’s parameters (ie: What information can you put inside of it?) 5. When would you use the function? 6. Create an example digitalRead function.