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Virtual folder Before Spotlight earlier versions of macOS had a similar concept in the iApps (iTunes and iPhoto), but these did not use the system-wide Spotlight engine.
International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences The IAPPS was founded in 1946 during the first International Plant Congress in Louvain, Belgium. The first president of the organisation was Olaf Freyberg of Malmö, Sweden, who made the following comment:
International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences Over the years a newsletter has been periodically published, a yearbook has appeared, and congresses have been held. Every four years international congresses have been held in various parts of the globe. Plant protection scientists and agricultural research societies from all over the world are represented in the governing body. The IAPPS organisation now has 15 regional offices.
International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences The International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS) has the goal of gathering the results of plant protection research worldwide and making them globally available to science and practice. To this end the organisation periodically publishes the "Plant Protection Magazine" and every four years organises an international congress, the latest of which took place in Berlin (IPPC 2015)
Apple Worldwide Developers Conference In 2003, WWDC 2003 demonstrated the Power Mac G5, previewed Mac OS X Panther (10.3), announced the launch of Safari 1.0 (concluding its beta phase), and introduced the "iApps": iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, etc. Attendees received Apple's first model of the iSight web camera (to coincide with the launch of iChat AV), pre-releases of Mac OS X 10.3 and Mac OS X 10.3 Server, the O'Reilly book "Cocoa in a Nutshell", and a 17-inch notebook carry bag. Apple also screened the Pixar film "Finding Nemo" for attendees, ahead of its premiere in cinemas. Originally scheduled for May 19 to 23 in San Jose, California, WWDC 2003 was rescheduled for June 23 to 27 at San Francisco's Moscone Center. Approximately 3,000 developers attended.