Intimidating acronyms

We woke up and walked down our street, turned down a dirt alley and reached the bright, clean artificial turf of some local futsol fields. It’s five-on-five soccer played with a smaller pitch and nets.We brought our frisbees and divided into two fields for our first taste of Ultimate frisbee and soccer games.It’s called RSS.“Really Simple Syndication” is a method to consolidate news and information sources.Let’s meet Sammie (our Sample Acronym Man Making Instruction Easy).Also curious if Andy Kaiser’s written anything lately, he visits and pokes around for new material. RSS readers, AKA the acronym-free term “news aggregator”, are programs that automatically collect your favorite news sources and blogs, then concisely present the results.Every hour, day or whenever you specify, the RSS reader handles all the work of browsing and looking for the latest headlines.Earned value is a powerful tracking and budgeting feature in Project.Despite the slew of intimidating acronyms that defines it (like AC, BCWP, TPI, EV, and the like), it isn’t especially complicated.

Here’s the tricky thing (and great thing) about earned value. Now, you can’t boast your prowess with earned value quite yet. If you set the status date to the following Wednesday, you’ll see that the PV is .Computer conversations often lead to an Overdose Of Annoying Acronyms (or OOAA).Today’s star acronym comes as a pleasant surprise, because its job truly is to make things easier for everyone involved.The building was designed to generate more energy than it consumed– a phenomenal concept for a building.[…] Hood River Middle School Outdoor Classroom Project The Outdoor Classroom Project is a work in progress where students are the researchers, engineers, designers, architects, builders, and users of a multidisciplinary, multi-sensory learning experience.Bryan shared a very detailed understanding of Blizzard’s stock, relating it to the release dates of certain video games.

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