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•A PC (on Lion and later) Usually, the best way to do that is with Setup Assistant, when your new Mac first starts up. The alternative, Migration Assistant, can be used later, but there are some downsides to waiting. If you have Time Machine or "clone" backups of the old Mac on an external HD, it's usually simpler and faster to transfer from them, rather than directly from the old Mac. Usually, you'll be transferring either "forwards" to a newer version of OSX, or to the same version. You cannot transfer "backwards" from a newer "major" version of OSX to an earlier one (such as Mountain Lion 10.8.x to Lion 10.7.x). If you’re transferring from Time Machine backups, you cannot select which backup to use; the latest successful backup will be selected automatically. The X Lab. Delicious Library 2. Terms of Service; Didn't Read.
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Newton was closely associated with Cambridge. He came to the University as a student in 1661, graduating in 1665, and from 1669 to 1701 he held the Lucasian Chair of Mathematics. Under the regulations for this Chair, Newton was required to deposit copies of his lectures in the University Library. These, and some correspondence relating to the University, were assigned the classmarks Dd.4.18, Dd.9.46, Dd.9.67, Dd.9.68, and Mm.6.50. In 1699 Newton was appointed Master of the Mint, and in 1703 he was elected President of the Royal Society, a post he occupied until his death.
After his death, the manuscripts in Newton's possession passed to his niece Catherine and her husband John Conduitt. In 1872 the fifth earl passed all the Newton manuscripts he had to the University of Cambridge, where they were assessed and a detailed catalogue made. See also. FORA.tv. Big Think. Top TED talks.
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