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The video shown below this text is of Theodore Roosevelt leaving his job as Assistant Secretary to the Navy. It is a silent film, apart from the introduction, which informs the viewer that this video is from the Library of Congress. In the scene, TR, in formal dress with hat, walks down the steps of the Treasury Building in Washington, D.C. and turns and walks toward the stationary camera. The south portico of the White House is visible through trees in background. #TRleaving
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Dr. Viktor Frankl's book Man's Search for Meaning (New York: Washington Square Press, 1966) is both an autobiographical account of his years as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps and a presentation of his ideas about the meaning of life. The three years of deprivation and suffering he spent at Auschwitz and other Nazi camps led to the development of his theory of Logotherapy, which, very briefly, states that the primary force in human beings is "a striving to find a meaning in one's life" (154). Without a meaning in life, Frankl feels, we experience emptiness and loneliness that lead to apathy and despair. This need for meaning was demonstrated to Frankl time and again with both himself and other prisoners who were faced with the horrors of camp existence. Frankl was able to sustain himself partly through the love he felt for his wife. In a moment of spiritual insight, he realized that his love was stronger and more meaningful than death, and would be a real and sustaining force within him even if he knew his wife was dead. Frankl's comrades also had reasons to live that gave them strength. One had a child waiting for him; another was a scientist who was working on a series of books that needed to be finished. Finally, Frankl and his friends found meaning through their decision to accept and bear their fate with courage. He says that the words of Dostoevsky came frequently to mind: "There is one thing that I dread: not to be worthy of my suffering." When Frankl's prison experience was over and he returned to his profession of psychiatry, he found that his theory of meaning held true not only for the prisoners but for all people. He has since had great success in working with patients by helping them locate in their own lives meanings of love, work, and suffering.
That also means that the total data to download that two-hour HD movie from before is the same as the total data to stream a Netflix movie: 6 GB. And the total data to download episodes is the same, too. A half-hour show in HD would require 1.5 GB.
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Professional film scanners acting in real time (24 frames per second) are still very expensive. In most cases using a slide scanner of medium resolution equipped with additional device for transporting a film reel would be a reasonable solution. The main problem, however is a lack of accurate positioning mechanism in such sort of scanners. Therefore the position of each frame could be to some extent accidental. If frames are scanned separately from each other and this process is performed for all the frames of a movie there is usually a significant jitter in this sequence. This paper presents an efficient and simple method of obtaining jitter-free sequence i.e. finding the precise cinematic frame location in a picture that is the output of the scanning process. The procedure consists of two steps: rough estimation and the fine one. During the rough step the borders of the frame can be detected based on finding area of maximal brightness. In the second step the displacements among frame backgrounds are calculated. Additionally in order to avoid the fixed background problem the local constant component is eliminated in the postprocessing phase. As a final result a jitter is removed almost completely.