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grok

(grɔk)
tv. to “drink” in a concept or knowledge and assimilate it; to understand something; to appreciate someone or something; to relate to someone or something. I don’t quite grok that. Run it by again, would you?
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The GRoK team is delighted we are now a NASA licensee with the opportunity to bring forward into the commercial sector technologies that have the capacity to improve the lives of people everywhere," said Moshe Kushman, GRoK's founder and CEO.
Editor Bob Cohn said "we created GROK in response to readers' overwhelming interest in the Industry Standard's special reports and their desire for analysis of the way the Internet is affecting various sectors of the economy.
This didn't constitute the first time nor the last that I felt general semanticists, of all people, failed to understand each other because they kept restating their own positions rather than attempting to grok each other.
com, The Industry Standard and Grok magazines, is headquartered in San Francisco.
Grok Technology Demonstrates Common User Interface for Variety of Applications
Through The Industry Standard, its weekly magazine; The Industry Standard GROK, its monthly special reports publication; TheStandard.
Students who Grok have a great advantage over their peers -- they are quicker at sorting the wheat from the chaff, and are better at finding the quality needles in the haystack of overwhelming numbers of web sites that often impede, rather than assist students in their research.
In addition, he will assist in managing the integration of other products and services, such as The Industry Standard GROK, The Standard.
As Grokker 2 continues to gain market share, we recognize the need to reach out to the developer community to ensure our customers are able to grok the data sources important to their business," said Jean-Michel Decombe, CTO and co-founder of Groxis.
Prior to joining The Industry Standard GROK, Lacey was photo editor at New York Magazine and prior to that at The Village Voice.
SupportSoft - for a very satisfying six minutes that left Chris Shipley blushing; -- Groxis -- for helping us Grok information in new ways; -- Lifescape Solutions -- if a picture is worth 1000 words, an easily shared picture is worth a DEMO God award; -- Mok3 -- for revealing the woman behind the curtain; -- e-tractions -- for proving that good ideas are always fashionable; -- Attitude LLC's John Patrick -- for being a DEMO trooper; and -- Kubi Software -- for taking collaboration to the next level.
IDG New Zealand also organizes the PC World awards; "The Grok," a popular networking party for the Internet industry in New Zealand; and the Computerworld Excellence Awards, an annual celebration of excellence in the use of IT.
PITTSBURGH -- Grok Technology and 3 Rivers Connect (3rc) (http://www.