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Authors

2832 records
Last name Middle name First name Updatedsort ascending
Bajohr Hannes 03.02.2016 - 17:51
Hayles N. Katherine 27.01.2016 - 18:32
Snaith Barry 21.01.2016 - 19:10
Corby James 13.01.2016 - 10:53
Callus Ivan 13.01.2016 - 10:53

Platform/Software

142 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updatedsort ascending
QuickenLoans 1985 31.12.2015
Undum 2010 28.12.2015
AutoCAD Autodesk 1982 28.12.2015
MySocialBook My Social Book, HK 2011 18.12.2015
Tiddlywiki Jeremy Ruston 2004 17.12.2015

Publishers and Journals

590 records
Name Updatedsort ascending
CounterText 27.01.2016
Bloomsbury 10.01.2016
Hack Circus 06.01.2016
WVT - Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier 30.10.2015
New Binary Press 26.10.2015

Organizations

466 records
Name Updatedsort ascending
Columbia University 03.02.2016
Eyebeam 31.12.2015
Autodesk 28.12.2015
My Social Book, HK 18.12.2015
University of Central Florida 03.12.2015