The central part of a wheel, rotating on or with the axle, and from which the spokes radiate
A place or thing that forms the effective center of an activity, region, or network
the kitchen was the hub of family life
the central part of a car wheel (or fan or propeller etc) through which the shaft or axle passes
a center of activity or interest or commerce or transportation; a focal point around which events revolve; "the playground is the hub of parental supervision"; "the airport is the economic hub of the area"
Okko is a comic book published in a series of mini-series, or cycles. Originally published in France by Delcourt, Archaia Studios Press started reprinting the series in English in 2006. This series is intended for Mature Readers; it contains adult content, graphic violence, and nudity.
Leonard "Hub" Hubbard is a former band member of The Roots and played bass for the Philadelphia outfit from 1992 to 2007. He played on all of their records until his departure from the group, including 1999's Things Fall Apart and 2004's The Tipping Point. ...
Hub is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance was in Excalibur vol. 3 #2.
An Ethernet hub, active hub, network hub, repeater hub or hub is a device for connecting multiple twisted pair or fiber optic Ethernet devices together and making them act as a single network segment. Hubs work at the physical layer (layer 1) of the OSI model. ...
Hub is a UK based, online, speculative fiction magazine. It is published in PDF and mobipocket format. Each issue contains one or two stories, and a range of reviews and other articles. Hub started in 2006 as a print magazine, but the overheads of print proved too great, and Hub moved online.
Established in August 2009, The HUB Newspaper, owned by the Athena One Group, is a free, full colour, local newspaper covering key community stories from towns across North and South Lanarkshire.
The central part, usually cylindrical, of a wheel; the nave; A point where many routes meet and traffic is distributed, dispensed or diverted; A stake with a nail in it, used to mark a temporary point
(Hubs) A hub is a list of centralized websites that link to many related topics on authority websites.
(Hubs) Bicycle component located in the middle of the wheel from which the spokes radiate outward.
(Hubs) Caulking or cement connections between pipe joints.
(Hubs) Every major airline has its own hub or headquarter airport. Thanks to short hops and connecting flights, using a central hub makes scheduling more efficient and boosts profits for the airlines. A list of major carriers and there hubs are:
(Hubs) Weblogs.com | Blogdex | DayPop | @ Tools - Blogger | Movable Type | @ Blogs - SherpaBlog | ContentBlog | Seth's Blog | Threads & Needles | Scripting News | Doc Searls | bBlog | xBlog | WebWord | Zeldman | The End of Free
(Hubs) are devices used to link several computers together. They are most often used in 10/100BaseT Ethernet networks. They are essentially just multiport repeaters. They repeat any signal that comes in on one port and copy it to the other ports (a process that is also called broadcasting).
(Hubs) are similar to repeaters except that they connect multiple devices to each other. Some hubs are active hubs that boost the incoming signals to extend their range; others can report network activity to a maintenance program. ...
(Hubs) bring the users of the network into contact with one another
Hubs are used to link group of computers to one another and that computers allow communicating each other across internet.
Hubs of expertise and facilities to support the sector.
In plumbing, the enlarged end of a pipe which is made to provide a connection into which the end of the joining pipe will fit.
As a network product, a hub may include a group of modem cards for dial-in users, a gateway card for connections to a Local Area Network (LAN), and a connection to a line.
The centermost part of a wheel. The part the spokes attach to and the part that includes the axle or quick release, which attach the wheel to the bicycle.
A boss that is in the center of a forging and forms a part of the body of the forging.
A hardware device that contains multiple independent but connected modules of network and internetwork equipment. Hubs can be active (where they repeat signals sent through them) or passive (where they do not repeat but merely split signals sent through them).
EDI term for a company that initiates a B2B program with its trading partners, usually a buyer. See also Spoke.