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lifecycle 6500 exercise bike
    exercise bike
  • an exercise device resembling a stationary bike
  • A piece of exercise equipment having handlebars, pedals, and a saddle like a bicycle, on which the user replicates the movements of bicycling
  • An exercise bicycle or bike, or stationary bicycle, or Exercycle is a device with saddle, pedals, and some form of handlebars arranged as on a bicycle, but used as exercise equipment rather than transportation.
    lifecycle
  • Alternative spelling of life cycle
  • A method of analysing industries and/or specific organisations based on the premise that all business has a lifespan, moving from birth to eventual demise.
  • is a concept used in life-cycle analyses and material flow analyses to determine the environmental burdens of products and services from "cradle-to-grave", i.e. from the source (raw material- or primary energy extraction) through the use phase to the "sink" (e.g.
    6500
  • The 7th millennium is a period of time that will begin on January 1, 6001, and will end on December 31, 7000.

The documentation lifecycle
The documentation lifecycle
The "data" represented here are for discussion only: it's the framework that's relevant. The vertical axis varies depending on the document, methodology, or project, but in general it represents the maturity of the deliverable. The point is that you create an artifact as part of a project, and it goes through these four stages: • framing (where you initialize the artifact) • elaboration (where you add detail) • finalizing (where you cross the Ts and dot the Is) • shelving (where you archive and reference the document) The scale of maturation at each phase will vary. In the background, the curve represents how important the artifact is over the course of its lifecycle. Again, this will vary depending on circumstance. I've imagined that relevance crests mid-way through elaboration, and then tapers off as the final due date comes near, with a drop after the due date. My question to you: • Does the framework resonate with your experience? • Is the framework applicable for all kinds of documents of varying formality? • Are there additional phases in the lifecycle? • How dramatically can the curves (maturity and relevance) vary between different types of documents/projects? What's next: • Stuff happens in a project that "disrupts" this lifecycle. I'd like to integrate those into the picture. -------------- Responding to @zsazsa and @soldierant (via Twitter): A document's lifecycle is interdependent with the project methodology. These phases don't correspond to the project's process because I'll create different documents throughout a project. Each one of those documents has its own lifecycle, even if it doesn't last the length of a project. At the same time, a document's capacity to mature is dependent on the circumstances of a project. This is the next layer of information I'd like to include: how can this lifecycle be disrupted? This diagram isn't prescriptive (like a project methodology would be). Instead, I'm trying to describe the "natural" evolution of individual documents. (Why I use gerunds to label the phases rather than imperatives.) As a metaphor, you might look at a whole story and describe the entire plot (the project process) or you might look at an individual character in the story (a deliverable) and describe his or her specific arc. Character's come and go: not every character at the beginning of the story is still there at the end of the movie.
Ladybird lifecycle
Ladybird lifecycle
This is my first attempt at making a slideshow! I've been fascinated this year watching the ladybird lifecycle play out in the garden, mostly on a big clump of big daisy flowers in a sunny flowerbed. I had never thought about all the stages they go through in order to become the ladybirds we know and love. Photography and the wonderful macro lens are teaching me loads about the natural world! (Knowledgeable viewers will notice that many different kinds of ladybird have participated in the making of this movie, including the dreaded "invader" harlequins.)

lifecycle 6500 exercise bike
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urban commuter bicycles
downhill moutain bikes
bike pedal threads
masi fixed gear bikes
aprilia electric bicycle
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