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Bank of Canada introducing Polymer Money - Discontinuing Paper Bills - Bank of Canada introducing Polymer Money - Discontinuing Paper Bills
Fri, July 16 2010 | 6:08PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The introduction of polymer notes will mark the end of an era. Beginning late in 2011, we will start to bid farewell to paper bills. As the polymer series is phased in and older notes are removed from circulation, paper money will become less and less... common. There's one for the Canadian history books. Your first experience handling polymer notes will no doubt be exciting. You'll keep running your fingers across the smooth, light-weight film. Someday you'll tell your grandchildren, "Back in my day, money was printed on paper," and they'll react in disbelief. Paper has served us well for a very long time. The Bank of Canada's notes have been printed on paper since its first series was issued in 1935. As continual improvements were made to security printing from one series to the next, the paper held up. But in the Bank's efforts to stay several steps ahead of counterfeiters, change is coming."
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Wed, May 13 2009 | 12:14PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“Matrix series of graphics cards from ASUS belongs to ROG (Republic of Gamers) product lineup that is also consisted of numerous motherboards. Although these graphics cards have elevated frequencies compared to reference models, this is not the only advantage of Matrix series of graphics cards. Besides great design they are equipped with marvelous cooling system and numerous optimizations that resulted in maximum efficiency and minimal heating up. Last time we had a chance to test one of the Matrix graphics cards - NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT, and this time we have an Matrix graphics card based on ATI GPU: ASUS Radeon HD 4870 Matrix…”
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