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  2. GIF - Wikipedia

    CompuServe encouraged the adoption of GIF by providing downloadable conversion utilities for many computers. By December 1987, for example, an Apple IIGS user could view pictures created on an Atari ST or Commodore 64. GIF was one of the first two image formats commonly used on Web sites, the other being the black-and-white XBM.

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    Borne definition, a past participle of bear1. See more.

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    Courtesy of Moon Palace Cancún. This Cancún all-inclusive is great for families looking for a relaxing getaway with something for every member of their crew. The expansive property has more than ...

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    gif - Compuserve graphics interchange. jpg - JPEG compliant image. pdf - Portable Document Format. png - Portable Network Graphic. tiff - Tagged image file format.

  8. Graphics interchange format - Wikipedia

    De oorspronkelijke versie van het GIF-formaat was 87a. In 1989 kwam CompuServe met een verbeterde versie, genaamd 89a. Deze versie had ondersteuning voor animatievertraging, transparante achtergrondkleuren, specifieke metagegevens en tekstvakken die niet in de afbeelding zelf werden opgeslagen. De twee versies kunnen herkend worden door te ...

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    The way in to DJB's rowing pages from the domain: David Biddulph's rowing pages Quick links: Regatta calendars (with links to events)/ Club websites/ BR Rules of Racing/ Skiff racing/ Record times

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  11. Graphics Interchange Format – Wikipedia

    CompuServe verlangte dafür eine Grundgebühr von einem US-Dollar sowie 1,5 % des Verkaufserlöses der Software, mindestens jedoch 15 Cent pro verkaufter Kopie. Die Gültigkeit dieser Lizenz beschränkte sich außerdem auf Programme, die mit dem CompuServe-Online-Dienst zusammenarbeiteten.