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Referencing: Vancouver (Part 3)

This is the third and final part of the referencing psots. In part 1 I discussed what referencing is and why it is needed, then in part 2 I introduced one way of referencing, the Harvard method. In this part I introduce the second referencing method, Vancouver. Vancouver referencing tends to be used for technical documentation, but can be used anywhere.  …

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Referencing: Harvard (Part 2)

In the previous referencing post, I gave a short overview of what referencing is and why it is needed. This time we will take a look at how to reference using the Harvard method. Harvard referencing tends to be used for non-technical documentation, but can be used anywhere. Firstly, lets say you have read the book …

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Referencing – Part 1

So what is referencing and why should I use it? Well simply put, referencing is referring to another piece of work. This could be your own or someone else’s. There are many reasons to use it, perhaps the two most important are that you acknowledge you have extended the work of others and secondly you …

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Mega-ITX: Components (Part 2)

Mega-ITX: Components (Part 2)

To start with, I wanted a case before purchasing anything else. This is a key point for anyone building a Mini-ITX project. Get the case first, and then plan the rest of the components around the case. Anyway, I wanted something small, unobtrusive and would not look out of place. I finally decided to go …

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Mega-ITX: Part 1

At the moment my PC pumps out a serious amount of noise, which is fast becoming annoying. Ok, I have a lot of kit in there, most of it I could do with out. What I would like to do is reduce this noise to a minimum. The problem is that unless I go to …

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