Today's Picture: Another scene from our Culture Festival
If things or people are compatible, they go well together. This is used a lot about technology and, in particular, computing. It’s important that the software is compatible with the operating system – otherwise it might not work properly. In teams too, it’s important that the members are compatible. If two people are compatible, it doesn’t mean they’re the same. Sometimes very different people can work well together, so we can still say they are compatible. This is also important in personal relationships. ‘Incompatibility’ is a common reason people give when they want to divorce. In other words, they feel that they can’t live together any more.
Paul had to leave when he realised his working methods weren’t compatible with those of his colleague’s.
Another advantage of the new system is compatibility with industry standards.
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Ken Cage has uploaded a short film about our Cultural Fair last week at: http://tinyurl.com/57n247 . If the server is slow, it may take some time to download. It is recommended that you put the video on pause and allow it to download completely before attempting to watch it. Enjoy it and send the link onto your family and friends!
Kiwi Quiz Question
Which of these is NOT an important community for Maori?
Interesting article: Violinist plays for taxi driver
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