Omnipresence


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Omnipresence

See also Ubiquity.
Allah
supreme being and pervasive spirit of the universe. [Islam: Leach, 36]
Big Brother
all-seeing leader watches every move. [Br. Lit.: 1984]
eye
God sees all things in all places. [Christian Symbolism: O.T.: Proverbs 15:3]
God
transcendant over and immanent in the world. [Christianity and Judaism: NCE, 1098–1099]
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By acquiring OmniPresence, Carousel significantly increases its capacity to incorporate collaborative A/V elements into a broad range of installation opportunities.
OmniPresence leads its market with customized audio visual solutions that improve operating profit, enhance competitive advantages and productivity and, finally, capture subtle human factors that enhance long distance communications and meeting effectiveness.
Schnitt's films drag fiction into the everyday; fantasy, wish-dreams, and sad, sober reality all combine into a single grotesque omnipresence observed by the artist with an affectionate but wicked eye, making the quotidian an impenetrable mystery.
But even this die-hard disciple of ice skating is stunned by the sudden omnipresence - in arenas around the country as well as on television - of a sport once pooh-poohed as more art than athleticism.
In the Post-PC era, the quest for mobility, affordability and ease of use has driven computer and electronics to the verge of omnipresence.
Only when we merge these two: the higher science of the yogis which can give us omniscience, omnipotence and omnipresence, along with our limited scientific and technological knowledge, we can create a new world order.
I've never heard anyone talk about the extent to which corn is involved in photography," Williams adds dryly, referring to the omnipresence of corn by-products in photo equipment and film.
As a company that designs and deploys enterprise conferencing solutions, OmniPresence has evaluated and tested quite a number of viable options," said Tom Wing, President of OmniPresence.
While this piece isn't about much more than the technology itself, it does in part succeed as an illustration of the omnipresence of surveillance--hinting that there's no such thing as an autonomous, uncharted movement in a world superintended by cameras, heat-sensing technology, and retinal scans.
During the quarter, we focused our sales and marketing efforts on our NumeriTrack(TM) product for telephone number conservation, and our OMNIpresence Server(TM) application, which was released on February 28, 2002.
Its name reflecting the global reach of the internet and the omnipresence of next-generation devices, from PCs to mobile phones, Ubiquity offers expertise in digital media distribution strategy and campaigns, relationships with advertisers and top-level brands, and access to talent agencies, managers, content producers and owners.
In a present defined by the media omnipresence of the so-called War Against Terror, Piper's installation still stands out like a beacon.