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Windows CardSpace

An earlier identity management system from Microsoft that never caught on. Built into Windows Vista and 7 and available for XP, Microsoft coined the term "identity metasystem" for an Internet identity architecture and designed CardSpace as its Windows implementation. CardSpace was a "card selector," which was the metasystem software that resided in the user's computer. See Microsoft Passport and identity metasystem.
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Signaling great potential in the greeting card space, nine out of 10 households buy an average of 30 individual cards per year, with Christmas, Valentine's Day, Mother's and Father's Day and Easter rounding out the top five buying categories.
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Moreover, Fitch notes that COF continues to slow its growth within the card space, consistent with its guidance.
consumer credit broadly and continues to think Discover will underperform relative to the credit card space and that Ally will underperform other auto lenders, Caintic tells investors.
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We attached the camera in the cockpit of the B-29 Doc at AirVenture last july and it ran continuously for about 90 minutes, with battery and card space to spare.
You can view photos, signal strength, remaining battery life and card space available simply by logging in.
The latest entrant in the credit card space in India, the bank said that it has set itself an aggressive target of 17-18 percent market share in the next five years.
Given the rise in class action litigation, retailers should pay close attention to the compliance issues in the sales marketing, "made in USA," telemarketing, website accessibility, and the gift card space. One misstep could easily lead to a plaintiff filing a putative class action, which could lead to significant financial exposure for the company.
While it's tempting to shoot just JPG images for time-lapses, the card space you save doesn't make up for the loss of image quality.