Archive for July 14, 2013
The dinar vs US dollar debate has been a small one. Since Iraq has few exports other than oil which is sold in dollars there is little demand for Dinars and they remain in exotic status. The dollar seems superior in many ways, yet the dinar holds a lot of interesting history.
In 1991 new notes were introduced. The 50 and 100 dinars were followed by the 250 dinar notes in 1995. Finally, the 10,000 dinar note followed up in 2002. With the newer notes, dinar to dollars became a little easier to manage. As did business and dinar trading.
The notes themselves have also undergone changes. The banknotes that were issued between 1990 and October of 2003, along with a 25 dinar note issued in 1986 bear an idealized eng
Your computer wall paper can say a lot about you as a person, and even just what you use your computer for! And unsurprisingly, because of this there are many different kinds of wall papers, and the kinds just continue to grown and grow. Its’ because it is in some way a creative outlet for people to customize part of the computer experience. And, since people use them so frequently now, it’s something they interact with and see often.
It’s interesting that the first desktop wall paper was in the Windows X system. It allowed for arbitrary images to be allocated as the background screen. Of course, it could only be a solid color or a binary image at the time, and we have definitely come a long way since it was first implemented in 1985. Two years after that, the Mac OS allowed for images as well, but at a much more limited degree. It wasn’t until 1990 that Windows allowed for the full customization of your background image