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Basic Pit entities are projects, tasks, and notes. One project can have multiple tasks, and a task can have multiple notes. Each entity has a number of attributes. For example, project has name and status, task has name, status, priority, date, and time, and within note there is message body. All attributes except name and message body are optional and can be omitted.
The attributes have no semantic meaning, and do not have a pre-defined set of values. For example, depending on the particular need, the time attribute could be used as projected time in weeks, hours spent on the task, or days left to finish the task.
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The H's Update Check helps you get a grip on a major security problem – outdated programs with known security vulnerabilities. If your PC is running an old browser version or an outdated version of Adobe Reader, or is missing Windows updates, your data is easy prey for cyber criminals. Simply visiting an innocuous-looking website is often all it takes to become infected with spyware which steals passwords or online banking access details.
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In December of this year, representatives from nations around the globe will gather in Copenhagen to discuss a global agreement on climate change. The objective is to reduce global warming emissions sufficiently in order to avoid the most severe impacts of climate change and to support the global community in adapting to the unavoidable changes ahead. Denmark will act as host for this fifteenth Conference of the Parties under the United Nations’ Climate Change Convention, known as COP15.
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Some clients are great — they communicate what they need very clearly from the get-go and things go smoothly from spec through to delivery. Others, though, will make you want to pull out your hair in frustration. Our round up of ten must have web-based tools below will help you communicate with either type of client, and generally make things easier on you and help you keep your sanity.
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Pencil Project's unique mission is to build a free and opensource tool for making diagrams and GUI prototyping, includes built-in stencils for diagramming and prototyping, multi-page document with background page, on-screen text editing with rich-text sup