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Otto Stolz lists several other places that are part of two countries' postcode systems (A for Austria, D for Germany):

«Parcels may be addressed to the A code, while letters may addressed to either. These four places are not really exclaves, as they are connected to the Austrian mainland – though in pathless mountain regions, whilst the roads go in from Germany. Particularily funny is the border around Jungholz: Jungholz's precincts are connected to the Austrian mainland in one single point, on top of the Sorgschrofen mountain.»


French addresses are straightforward. A typical example (from the UPU addressing formats guide) is:

Lines from the street address down are supposed to be in all capital letters. The French also like to write surnames in all caps, as shown, and an address can include both a street name and number (56 RUE EMILE ZOLA) and a Post Office Box (BP 90432). The F- or FR- country code prefix is omitted from the postcode in this example, but is often seen in practice.

The example also shows how the town or city name can be followed by the word CEDEX (Courrier d’Entreprise à Distribution EXceptionnelle), which indicates a special delivery service for business mail; if this word is included in an address (possibly followed by a zone number, as in the example), do not omit it; it's part of the address. Conversely, don't add CEDEX unless you know it's part of the address.

France still owns a tiny piece of North America, the islands of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon (Michelon), just south of Newfoundland, the last remaining bit of New France. Mark Brader points out: "It's the only place I know of in North America where, if you go east from any part of it until you enter a different time zone, you put your watch back ; certainly the only one where you put it back half an hour . SPM uses zone -3; the island of Newfoundland, which has a southward peninsula east of SPM, uses -3:30." Saint-Pierre and Miquelon was also one of the few parts of North America controlled by an Axis power (Vichy France) in World War II, until it was liberated by General De Gaulle (who some decades later also tried to liberate Québec :-) SPM is listed in the IMM and addressed is if it were a country:

Quiz Question 1: What other parts of North America were controlled by Axis powers in World War II?

Several other spots in the Western Hemisphere are also parts of France, and share the same postal codes. These include French Guiana in South America the islands Martinique and Guadaloupe. Each of these is treated by the USPS as a distinct country for addressing purposes. Ditto for French departments in the new styles sale online where to buy Hot 2018 New 11 Men Casual fashion Cheap Blue High Quality Retroings 11s Shoes Mens Shoes size 713 for nice sale online oakUde

[ Map of Czechoslovakia ] [ Map of Czech Republic ] [ Map of Slovak Republic ]

On New Years Day, 1993, Czechoslovakia (ISO 3166 Alpha-2 code CS) split into two countries: The Czech Republic (CZ, containing Prague, Brno, Plzn, etc), and the Slovak Republic (SK, containing Bratislava). The new postal codes are as follows:

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James Doroshow, M.D., is director of NCI's Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis,and Barbara Mroczkowski, Ph.D., isthe director of the NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT) program.

At the intersection of the federal government and the private sector lies a unique program called the NCI Experimental Therapeutics (NExT) program.

Although NCI operates the program, it runs very much like a small pharmaceutical or biotechnology company, working with external investigators and top scientific experts to advance promising or novel therapies from the earliest stages of research to human clinical trials.

Earlier this week, in fact, we were encouraged to see signs of promise from one NExT-developed therapy, when researchers from Duke University reported results from the first human trial of their cancer-killing, or oncolytic, virus therapy in patients with the brain cancer glioblastoma .

The genetically-modified poliovirus therapy, called PVSRIPO, is a feat of remarkable engineering: an inactivated poliovirus that has been programmed to target cells harboring a protein called CD155, which is overexpressed in many different cancer types, including glioblastoma.

The results from the phase 1 trial—presented on June 26 at the International Conference on Brain Tumor Research and Therapy and published simultaneously in the New England Journal of Medicine —are preliminary, but they also hint at a potentially important advance.

The trial enrolled patients with advanced glioblastoma whose cancer had progressed after numerous earlier treatments. Although phase 1 trials are primarily meant to assess whether a therapy is safe enough to move into larger human studies, the trial’s lead investigator, Matthias Gromeier, M.D., and his colleagues reported that the 2- and 3-year survival rates among those in the trial were substantially higher 2018 Hot EQT Support BASK Women Men Running Sport Shoes for High quality Knit Champagne Pink Casual Trainers Fashion Designer Sneakers 3645 low cost l15s53
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Design your book cover to look good small.

Traditional book publishers design -- or at least they used to design -- a book cover to make a book stand out in a bookstore and evoke whatever sentiment it was supposed to evoke. Well, with Amazon becoming a dominant bookseller, your book has to stand out as a thumbnail image online because that's how most people are going to come across it. If you're primarily selling through Amazon, think small and work your way up.

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If you're selling online, make the most out of your Amazon page.

I'm a little bit surprised by how neglectful some self-published authors are when it comes to their Amazon product pages. I've talked to self-published authors who spend a few thousand dollars on a publicist and their Amazon product page looks woeful -- and they've barely even looked at it. I ask, "Where are people going to buy your book?" They don't seem to realize how important Amazon is. True, some people market through a Web site or buy Google keywords to drive traffic there. But you need to have your Amazon page look as good as possible and take advantage of the tools Amazon has to help you surface your book ("Tags," Listmania, reader reviews, etc.). It may not have a major impact, but it's better than doing nothing. You should check out low shipping cheap price Blue Brooke laceup shoes clearance geniue stockist buy cheap lowest price cheap cheap online sale geniue stockist OJjJyKuVx
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The biggest problem with going the POD route is that it costs more to produce one-offs of your book than it does to produce thousands. I remember that you could buy my book -- it was a paperback -- from BookSurge for $5.70. It was about 370 pages. Now, if I went ahead and had the thing printed up directly through an off-set printer -- and ordered a few thousand of them -- I could probably cut the cost of the book in half, and maybe even a little more. But I'd have to pay the upfront fee to buy the books and then I'd have to figure out a way to sell them (this is how vanity presses used to work -- you had to agree to buy a few thousand books).

By Michael Casey CBS News May 25, 2015, 2:28 PM

Researchers from Google and Stanford University found that answers to secret security questions often are either too easy to answer or too unreliable.

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Most people think those annoying online security questions that ask for your mother's maiden name or the name of your first pet at least offer an extra layer of security. Think again.

Researchers analyzed hundreds of millions of secret questions and answers that had been used for account recovery claims at Google. They then measured the likelihood that hackers could guess the answers.

In a paper presented at the WWW2015 World Wide Web conference, the researchers from Google and Stanford University found most security questions are not all that secure.

"Our findings ... led us to conclude that secret questions are neither secure nor reliable enough to be used as a standalone account recovery mechanism," Elie Bursztein and Ilan Caron, both Google researchers and co-authors on the paper, wrote in a blog post .

"That's because they suffer from a fundamental flaw : their answers are either somewhat secure or easy to remember -- but rarely both," they wrote.

The study found many security questions either have common answers, have answers that could easily be found in online social network profiles, or feature a question -- like "Who is your favorite superhero?" -- with too few possible answers.

The end result is that it isn't too hard for a hacker to guess our answers. Examples given in the paper include:

- With a single guess, an attacker would have a 19.7 percent chance of guessing English-speaking users' answer to the question, "What is your favorite food?" (It's "pizza," by the way) .

- With 10 guesses, an attacker would have a nearly 24 percent chance of guessing Arabic-speaking users' answer to the question, "What's your first teacher's name?"

- With 10 guesses, an attacker would have a 21 percent chance of guessing Spanish-speaking users' answers to the question, "What is your father's middle name?"

- With 10 guesses, an attacker would have a 39 percent chance of guessing Korean-speaking users' answers to the question, "What is your city of birth?" and a 43 percent chance of guessing their favorite food.

But making the questions harder to answer also poses problems.

The study found that users often can't remember the answers to their questions -- 40 percent of English-speaking users draw a blank. Making the questions and answers more obscure would likely mean even more people would forget them.

A question that was easier to remember, such as "What is your father's middle name?" had a recall rate of 76 percent, compared to a harder one like "What was your first phone number?" which was remembered only 55 percent of the time. Even more challenging was "What is your frequent flyer number?" with the dismal recall rate of 9 percent.

"Comparing question strength and memorability reveals that the questions that are potentially the most secure (e.g. what is your first phone number) are also the ones with the worst memorability," the researchers wrote. "We conclude that it appears next to impossible to find secret questions that are both secure and memorable."

Another potential solution -- adding another secret question -- also has its drawbacks. The researchers found that recollection rates drop significantly with the additional question.

According to the data, two of the easiest questions for users to remember were "What city were you born in?" and "What is your father's middle name?" with three-quarters or more recalling them correctly. If an attacker had 10 guesses, they'd have a 6.9 percent and 14.6 percent chance of guessing correct answers for these questions, respectively. Taken together, the chances of an attacker getting both answers correct was reduced to just 1 percent. But that also made it more difficult for users, who only recalled both answers 59 percent of the time.

In the end, the researchers said their findings serve to reinforce the idea that secret questions should never be used alone and that other methods might be a better option to keep accounts safe.

"Site owners should use other methods of authentication, such as backup codes sent via SMS text or secondary email addresses, to authenticate their users and help them regain access to their accounts," the researchers wrote. "These are both safer, and offer a better user experience."

© 2015 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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