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Liberate

(Liberate Technologies, San Mateo, CA) A software company that specialized in the information appliance field. Formerly Network Computer, Inc. (NCI), a spin-off from Oracle in 1996, it changed its name in 1999. The company initially promoted the NC Reference Profile specification, later turned over to The Open Group. Liberate provided client and server software for satellite, cable, telco, ISP and corporations to deliver thin computing services. In 2005 the company declared bankruptcy and sold its North American assets to Cox Communications and Comcast Corporation. See network computer.
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The second moment was the "the founding of a liberationist church" (the independent black church movement).
At the other end were the more activist publishers, who had rethought the liberationist agenda from revolutionary change of social structures towards a more tangible program of building gay community, including the commercial bars.
Vera's writing in this novel, in her construction of African female subjectivity, critically reassesses the interconnections between masculinist violence as a vital component of liberationist ideology in Zimbabwe both during the liberation struggle and the post-independence years.
Chapter 2 illuminates the advent of dub as an explicitly religious and "occultural" art, which simultaneously has been invested with political and liberationist signification.
9) Throughout this essay I utilize the term liberationist to denote the small collectives of women in Indiana active before the ERA push and radical to describe those who challenged the political powers-that-be by pursuing public protest.
Aren't religiously motivated and legitimated ideals of masculinity precisely the cause of problems regarding gender justice, sexual diversity, and liberationist spiritual practices?
The essays by Ruether (Catholicism) and, in particular, Ellis (Judaism) come from the far left of their traditions and hence inadequately assess the liberationist potential in more mainstream Catholicism and Judaism.
Arcadie, with its assimilationist goals, never approved of these liberationist politics, and the magazine began to fade now that coming out was the strategy of the day.
Not only are they compatible, but, according to Zamir, there are a number of good arguments for why one should be both a speciesist and an animal liberationist, the central one being based on the '[wjeighty practical ramifications' that follow from the 'deradicalization' of the animal liberation movement and the embracing by animal liberationists of 'conservative, widely shared, moral beliefs' (xi).
And he really did attend a black liberationist church, whose pastor married him and baptized his two daughters.
In the introduction, he makes it clear the book is firmly based in the poiesis of the Bible, read according to a Christ-centered, liberationist method of interpretation.
In the end, Lindsey argues, even with the rise of a religious right, which sought to preserve traditional values, the liberationist ethic won out.