<p>T H E</p><p>N A B I S</p><p>KER XAVIER ROUSSEL</p><p>(1867-1944)</p><p>Roussel was born into the family of a well-known Paris physician who worshipped the arts and had a wide circle of acquaintances among artists. Doctor Roussel entrusted his son’s training to a friend of his,</p><p>Maillard, winner of the Prix de Rome. Maillard’s studio had once belonged to Delacroix, so Roussel would often hear the great</p><p>Romantic’s name mentioned there, and was to be influenced by his vigorous colours in the years to come, although Maillard himself was entirely committed to the academic manner of painting. Vuillard,</p><p>Roussel’s fellow student at the Lycée, followed suit and began studying under Maillard also. It was with Vuillard’s family that Roussel found refuge when his parents separated, and he subsequently married</p><p>Vuillard’s sister.</p><p>The 1890s saw a strong similarity between the creative activities of</p><p>Roussel and Vuillard. Roussel, like Vuillard, began by painting meticulous still lifes and making sketches of figures, though he was totally indifferent to interiors. Compared to Vuillard, he was more easily influenced, more dependent on Japanese art and the work of Puvis de</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/616126-bonnard-and-the-nabis">See more</a>
Three forms of screen sharing connectionsBonjour, direct, and Back to My Macall use Mac OS Xs Screen Sharing program and thus share the same underlying basic controls. (
Share via iChat
is covered independently in the previous chapter.) The differences have to do with
each form connects.
In this chapter, you will prepare to use the standard screen-sharing feature in Mac OSX by turning on and setting up the Screen Sharing
and by learning your way around in the Screen Sharing
In subsequent chapters, I explain thespecifics of connecting and managing each method.
The Screen Sharing program, hidden in
, handles screen sharing, but typically you dont launchit directly. When you click the Share Screen button intheFinder to connect via Bonjour to a local computer or via Back toMy Mac to a remote machine, Mac OS X launches Screen Sharing. However, its possible to launch the program manually, as described in
Share via a Direct Network Connection
</p><p>Note: iChat screen sharing doesnt use the Screen Sharing program directly, but it does employ many of the same underlying system components.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/362983-take-control-of-screen-sharing-in-lion">See more</a>
<p>believe ice hockey was based mostly on English field hockey.</p><p>However, American Indians in Nova Scotia, Canada, were playing a game similar to ice hockey in the early 1800s. Their game was similar to an Irish version of field hockey. Elements of both English field hockey and the American Indians’ game were adopted into ice hockey.</p><p>A Canadian named J. G. Creighton is credited with organizing the first ice hockey game and the first set of standardized ice hockey rules in 1875. Two teams from McGill</p><p>University in Montreal, Canada, played in the first game. That game was very violent. However, it soon began spreading in popularity throughout Canada.</p><p>Ice hockey was being played in the United States by 1893.</p><p>The sport had spread to European countries such as England,</p><p>Scotland, and France by 1897. And by 1905, organized competition began between squads from France and Belgium.</p><p>Soon the sport was in need of an international organization.</p><p>So in 1908 the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) formed in Paris, France. It began with just five European members. However, the IIHF has grown to become the international governing body for all of ice hockey.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/614883-hockey">See more</a>