Slang Orangutan

Facts about the orangutan

The orangutan is a very special monkey that can only be experienced on a trip to Borneo and Sumatra. It has therefore become a must to see this amazing creature on its journey to Borneo and Malaysia. The name Orangutang itself means in Malaysian “forest man”, and more translated means orang – human and without – forest. Facts about the orangutan Location: Borneo and Sumatra (Indonesia) Life expectancy: 35 years Weight: 30 to 90…

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Slang Dolphin

Facts about the dolphin

The dolphin is a mammal that lives in the water. It breathes like humans, which is why it often needs to search the sea surface for fresh air. The dolphin holds its breath for an average of 5-8 minutes. Of the actual dolphin species, there are 16 different species, with the eared pig being the most well-known. The dolphin is an extremely curious animal and highly loved among humans. Many…

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Slang Web Radio

WEB RADIO

According to an ARD study on the “potential of a new distribution channel for radio programs”, the web radio “sneaked in”. More and more consumers are listening to the radio via the Internet. There are an estimated 16,000 stations worldwide. Not all, but many, can only be received on the network. And they always stream in FM quality, whether basic radio from Gotteszell, an alternative web radio in Eastern Bavaria…

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Slang Webcams

WEBCAM

A webcam, web camera, or PC camera is a camera that broadcasts the images it takes over the Internet. According to digopaul, the webcam became particularly popular because it enables video chats and video telephony, such as Skype. A webcam is either connected externally to the PC via a USB interface or, especially in the case of laptops, is permanently built into the screen. The world’s first webcam was developed…

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Slang Web Browser

WEB BROWSER

Defined by digopaul, a web browser is primarily a program for displaying web pages. It is also possible to view other documents, for example images and PDFs, with a web browser. Colloquially the program is only called browser. The name comes from the English verb “to browse”, which means “to browse” in German. The most popular web browsers include Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Apple Safari. The first…

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Slang Start-up Grant Part IV

Start-up Grant 4

Example Even if many founders may be a little “put off” at the moment when they deal with the list of requirements to be fulfilled, it often quickly turns out that the procedure is comparatively simple. Nevertheless: the correct order in the processing of your tasks is of course important in order to be able to plan well and to improve your chances of success. But what does the perfect…

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Slang Start-up Grant Part III

Start-up Grant 3

Tax specifics The tax requirements that must be observed in connection with a start-up grant from the Employment Agency are regulated in Section 3, No. 2 of the EstG. This means that the subsidy is tax-free and is also not subject to the progression clause. With regard to the income tax return , the corresponding amount does not have to be stated. Because: this is not a classic wage replacement…

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Slang VR

VR GLASSES

With VR glasses, users can experience virtual reality and enjoy 360-degree videos from a completely new perspective. “Virtual Reality” (VR) creates new possibilities, and many filmmakers, graphic designers and software developers are increasingly using 360-degree content for their new products. Virtual reality offers great potential, especially for the tourism and games industry. VR glasses users have the impression of being part of the virtual world. Many glasses use stereoscopic human…

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Slang Start-up Grant Part II

Start-up Grant 2

The start-up grant must have reasons Anyone who wants to apply for a start-up grant must also have reasons for this, and these must also be stated at an expert point. For this it is necessary to turn to certain points, for this there are: Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chamber of Crafts Professional chambers Trade and professional associations Banks, savings banks, start-up centers Tax consultants, lawyers, business consultants The…

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Slang Start-up Grant Part I

Start-up Grant 1

Anyone who is unemployed and who needs unemployment benefits can apply for a start-up grant. Just one day of unemployment would be enough for the funding. The grant is only granted to those who receive unemployment benefit 1; those who receive Hartz 4 are usually not entitled to it. The start-up grant is an amount that can be up to 24,000 euros, it is still tax-free, does not have to…

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