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Final Fantasy (video game) - Versions and Re-releases
... phone Square Enix ? namco superior to the 8-bit original but less advanced than recent ports Final Fantasy 2008 ... Japan USA EUR PSP ? higher-resolution 2D ... The 8-bit graphics of the original Famicom game were updated, battle scenes incorporated full background images, and character and enemy sprites were re-drawn to look more ... several changes such as more detailed graphics, a remixed soundtrack, added full motion video sequences, art galleries of Yoshitaka Amano's illustrations and a memo save function ...
Roland Corporation - Timeline of Noteworthy Products
... "Synth Plus 80." 1986 – Roland S-10 Basic 12-bit sampler and keyboard combo. 1994 – Roland MS-1 16 bit AD/DA conversion, First portable digital stereo phrase sampler, with R-DAC (Roland Digital Audio Coding). 1994 – Roland S-760 16 bits Digital sampler with resonant filters ...
Coded Mark Inversion
... It encodes zero bits as a half bit time of zero followed by a half bit time of one, and while one bits are encoded as a full bit time of a constant ... The level used for one bits alternates each time one is coded ... vaguely reminiscent of, but quite different from, Miller encoding, which also uses half-bit and full-bit pulses, but additionally uses the half-one/half-zero ...

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    Scarlett O’Hara: Oh, oh, Rhett. For the first time I’m finding out what it is to be sorry for something I’ve done.
    Rhett Butler: Dry your eyes. If you had it all to do over again, you’d do no differently. You’re like the thief who isn’t the least bit sorry he stole, but he’s terribly, terribly sorry he’s going to jail.
    Sidney Howard (1891–1939)

    When cups went round at close of day
    Is not that how good stories run?
    The gods were sitting at the board
    In their great house at Slievenamon.
    They sang a drowsy song, or snored,
    For all were full of wine and meat.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)