Digital watermarking technology allows users to embed a digital code in audio, images, video and printed documents that is imperceptible during normal use but readable by computers and software.
It is left to Martha Swann's rather ditzy Rosalind and Jenni Bowden's practical gentle and loving Celia to lighten the mood and embed the ideas of fidelity and courage in love that run through the play.
The U.S. military's decision to embed journalists in combat units prompted me to think about the value of embedding reporters as a journalistic technique.
But the biggest problem I faced as an embed with the Marine grunts was that I found myself doing what journalists are warned from journalism school not to do: I found myself falling in love with my subject.
The flaw makes it possible for a website to embed malicious code (including more Trojans, worms and/or viruses) directly into a web page, and infect visitors instantly while visiting the site.
The Journal, for instance, wove together coverage from embeds , from the Pentagon's briefing centers in Qatar and Washington and unilaterals converging from numerous directions.
The only exceptions are journalists embedded with US military units, a practice that many fear skews the reporting of the war.
The collagen fibres are firmly embedded in the subchondral bone, giving stability to the cartilage.
To make the vulnerability work, Alice embeds a particular code in the Word document she sends Bob.
The programs highlight the specific companies with which the journalists were embedded .