System used for identifying different types of party's or a social get together. An early warning system to provide information about the party prior to arriving. This system measures the ratio of men to woman, as well as probability of authorities arriving on scene to end the get together.
Party Size: 4 - 6 persons
Sex Ratio: 3 Men : 1 Woman
Police Encounter: Extremely low
Noise: Low to moderate
Party Size: 7 - 9 persons
Sex Ratio: 4 Men : 2 Woman
Police Encounter: Low to moderate
Noise: Moderate to high
Party Size: 10 - 15 persons
Sex Ratio: 4 Men : 3 Woman
Police Encounter: High
Party Size: 16+
Sex Ratio 4 Men : 4 Woman
Police Encounter: Extremely high
Noise Extremely high
Party Classifications Stage 1 - This party sucks!
Party Classifications Stage 2 - This party definitely needs more action!
Party Classifications Stage 3 - This party is pretty live!
Party Classifications Stage 4 - WOW! Look at all these people! I love it! RUNNN COPS!!!
A person skilled with the use of computers that uses his talents to gain knowledge. Tere are three classifications of hackers:
White-hat (hacking for the enjoyment of exploration)
Black-hat (hacking to find exploits and system weaknesses, see cracker)
and Grey-hat (someone who is a little of both)
there are 2 classifications of hacker. the first is one who is innocent in his/her actions - not really destroying computers, but rather just having an extreme interest in computers. the second kind is malicious and likes to attack poor, harmless computers.
1. he's a hacker cos he spends 28 hours a day on his box
2. man, a hacker just gave me a trojan so now he's got all my vital info
S.P.E.R.M. is a system of classifying causes and effects in historical study. The classifications are Social, Political, Economic, Religious, Military and sometimes Scientific. Virtually every event or idea can be classified in one of these six ways. Sometimes a single event, especially more complex events, can be classified in more than one way.
Use S.P.E.R.M. to classify the various causes of the rise of Islam. Be sure you consider all of the facets.
A type of electronic dance music characterised by a moderately fast tempo (typically 140-155 bpm) and "steady 4" rhythm (as opposed to the more syncopated rhythms commonly found in house, breakbeats, etc.)
Trance has a strong influence from early Detroit techno, but tends to be more dramatic or "emotional" than the minimalism of earlier techno. Common elements in trance include heavy, compressed kick drums, dramatic sweeping pads, and cascading synth arpeggios.
As with any kind of music, there are a billion sub-classifications possible -- hard trance, psytrance, acid trance, goa trance, etc. Trance has been one of the most popular forms of club music over the past few years, and has arguably produced more mainstream appeal (Oakenfold, Van Dyk, etc.) than most other electronic sub-genres.
"She spun a sick trance set in the big room last night; lots of distorted 909s and squelchy basslines, none of this shite that sounds like a car commercial."
Someone who dosen't fit into any specific classifications or stereo-types, but instead makes his/her own path in life by doing as he pleases regardless if it is exceptable to current trends or fashions.
A stereotype is used to catergorize a group of people. People don't understand that type of person, so they put them into classifications, thinking that everyone who is that needs to be like that, or anyone who acts like their classifications is one.
Stereotype for Goths are black clothes, black makeup, depressed, hated by society.
Stereotype for Punks are mohawks, spikes, chains, menace to society, always getting in trouble.