Backbone

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Random information on the term “Backbone”:

Backbone (ISSN 1498-086X) is a Canadian business magazine and companion website that examine the role of technology and innovation within the context of Canadian business and economy. It keeps readers up to date on new ideas, trends and innovations in the technology world, and delivers information that related to the day-to-day operation of Canadian companies of all sizes.

In addition to its core focus on practical business insights, Backbone delivers stories on the role of digital media and technology on lifestyle and culture.

Backbone is published by Publimedia Communications Inc. The print magazine was distributed six times a year. It is based in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Its stated average readership was 306,000. The first print issue of the magazine was released in January 2001. For many years during the print magazine’s run, it was the only magazine focused on Canadian business and technology.


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On 13 March 2015 the magazine’s publisher and founder, Steve Dietrich, announced the print publication would cease, but that the website would continue. The last print issue was published in March 2015. A decline in advertising revenue was stated by Dietrich as the prime reason.

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Random information on the term “SPINE”:

A dendritic spine (or spine) is a small membranous protrusion from a neuron’s dendrite that typically receives input from a single axon at the synapse. Dendritic spines serve as a storage site for synaptic strength and help transmit electrical signals to the neuron’s cell body. Most spines have a bulbous head (the spine head), and a thin neck that connects the head of the spine to the shaft of the dendrite. The dendrites of a single neuron can contain hundreds to thousands of spines. In addition to spines providing an anatomical substrate for memory storage and synaptic transmission, they may also serve to increase the number of possible contacts between neurons.

Dendritic spines are small with spine head volumes ranging 0.01 µm3 to 0.8 µm3. Spines with strong synaptic contacts typically have a large spine head, which connects to the dendrite via a membranous neck. The most notable classes of spine shape are “thin”, “stubby”, “mushroom”, and “branched”. Electron microscopy studies have shown that there is a continuum of shapes between these categories. The variable spine shape and volume is thought to be correlated with the strength and maturity of each spine-synapse.

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