# Amanda, 1anz2734 @iMGSRC.RU

Wild Rename is a handy file and folder renamer, which doesn’t require any system installation and will let you to rename your files and folders in multiple manners.
Easy to use:
First, you select a starting folder and hit the Rename button. From the next window, you select settings. You can define multiple rules as you like. Those should be entered in the text fields. The amount of options available will determine the amount of flexibility. One of the most useful features is that you can use a range calculator, which will let you define the number of characters to change. Just write down a name and tick a checkbox.
All settings are auto-generated:
At the end, you can select the type of changes you would like to see. They can be done for the entire name or only for part of it. Furthermore, you can also keep them intact and just change their letter case. Also, there’s a column with any number of errors, which are clearly displayed.
Portable:
Wild Rename is a small application and will let you quickly rename files and folders at your computer. It’s not necessary to install it on your system, which allows you to keep settings on a removable storage.
How to get it:
All the available themes and settings are also available for download. A nice touch is that you can use them and store them on your system.
Wild Rename is a small application and will let you quickly rename files and folders at your computer. It’s not necessary to install it on your system, which allows you to keep settings on a removable storage.Q:

A series involving products of the form $s=s_{1}s_{2}$ where $s_{1}$ and $s_{2}$ are square free

I would like to prove the following: Let $k$ be a field and $\mathbb{N}$ the set of positive integers. Let $s\in\mathbb{N}$ such that it’s square free, i.e $s eq s^2$. Then the following series holds: \sum_{s=1}^{\infty}\frac{1}{s^2\cdot(s+1)}=\sum_{s=1}^{\infty}\frac{1}{s\cdot( 384a16bd22

by Thorsten Behnke
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Ethics Beyond High School – Academic Ethics and Internet Use Description:
by Thorsten Behnke
Sunday, July 12, 2009
This is a course in ethics, and as such, it is not an ordinary course. It is a course in academic ethics. It is an abbreviated version of a full course in ethics at a German university (ETH Zurich). The reason why I am delivering the course via the Internet is because my students do not live near the university, they are scattered all over the world. Their various places of residence are often very far away from each other, and some are even in other countries.
Since I cannot teach the entire course in a face-to-face setting, I have to develop a module for this course that is accessible online. The module can be accessed at It is in a kind of German edition of a Wikipedia article. Its German title is: „Ethik im Internet“. The underlying English title is: „Ethics in the Internet“. This course was born in 2007. It was created because several universities were offering courses in academic ethics, but I was not familiar with any of them, so I decided to take a look and see if I could find something that was comparable to what I had in mind. After seeing a couple of the university courses, I decided that my course should be in the same vein, but in German, instead of English. My students do not necessarily need to study academic ethics, but rather ethical issues that arise in relation to the internet.
The course consists of some text material, videos of lectures, assignments and exams, and a couple of other things like the link above and a forum where my students can converse with me.
In teaching ethics, it is often considered to be good pedagogy to work with a number of inter-related concepts (cf. Kuhn, Kuhn & Wilbert, 1988). Doing this can help students to grasp the meaning of ethical concepts.
The pedagogical idea that underlies my course is to analyze how an ethical issue is discussed in a Wikipedia article (or any other internet resource). By doing this, students are able to gain insight into the different types of meanings that internet resource-users may attach to ethical issues. This way, they can see the specific

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