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connected to and go to properties
• Double click “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”
• Click the bubble next to “Use the following DNS server addresses:”
• On Preferred DNS server:, enter 10.10.1.10
• Click ok
• Go to file explorer
• Right click “This PC” on the left side and then click Properties
• Go to Advanced system settings
• On the Computer Name tab, click Change
• Under Member of, click Domain, type the name of the domain that this computer will join, then click OK.
• Click OK, and then restart the computer
How to join a MAC to the Domain
• Click the Apple menu (the apple in the left corner of the screen) > network
• Click advanced
• Click the DNS tab
• Click Add and then type
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Use Case Modeling and Detailed Requirements
1. The following description identifies the business need for a simple university library system. Based on the description, develop the following diagrams:
Develop a domain class diagram
Develop a use case diagram
Do a CRUD analysis to ensure that the identified classes and use cases are consistent. Update both your class diagram and use case diagram as necessary.
Submit your class diagram, your use case diagram, and your CRUD matrix to your instructor.
This case is a simplified (initial draft) of a new system for the University Library. Of course, the library system must keep track of books. Information
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authorization and stock unavailability.InternetGlobal Internet penetration rates have an enormous impact on e-commerce growth rates. Currently, more than 30.2 percent of the world has access to the internet, and hence e-commerce. Reduced Internet surfing charges, Internet technology development covering expanded bandwidth, and increased speeds & reliability could make e-commerce available to a large pool of emerging market consumers.Stages Involved in setting up an e-commerce website Registering domain name; a domain name is a unique name that identifies a website or computer on the Internet. The first thing you'll need for your online store is a domain name (for example
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From the Boot Menu select Graphical Install and press Enter.
Select the default language (English). Press Continue.
Configure the keyboard language (American English). Press Continue.
Enter your host name (i.e., computer name). Press Continue.
Enter our domain name (i.e., our network name): develop.linux.local. Press Continue.
Enter our administrator id “root” password: root (all lower-case). Confirm it. Press Continue.
Enter your full name. Press Continue.
Enter (or accept) your first name (all lower-case) as your user name. Press Continue.
Enter your user name password (use your usual password so you won’t forget it!). Press Continue.
Select our time zone (Pacific). Press Continue.
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for 100 thousand years
· Happened because meteor hit
· Caused massive global warming
· “Dinosaur” extinction
· 60 million years ago
· Other animals became extinct too
· Happened because meteor hit
· We think this is what happened because huge crater hit the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico
· Crater has iridium
· No iridium found on earth so it had to come from space
· 11 km wide
· This big of a crater must have raised huge dust cloud that blocked the sun from hitting Earth
· Crater is 100 km
· Organism moving to land
· Came to land because of O2 enrichment
· However animals drying out becomes problem
· Breathing wastes a lot of moisture
· Internal fertilization occurs
· So no drying out
· Terrestrial eggs have hard shells
· Animals develop amnions
· Help sequester waste products
DOMAIN SIDE----WHAT NAME IT IS FOR HUMANS
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result of the Goods Issue Confirmation from LSP (see IDS0005_GAP0001_M2D_Goods Issue Confirmation from LSP) – this will be a delivery document in SAP (VL02N)
· Upon successful PGI in SAP as a result of a Zoetis Shipment (standard SAP) – this will be a shipment document in SAP (VT02N)
If the interface uses an SAP transaction to extract or insert data, please capture the details here.
Custom SAP Transaction (New)
Custom SAP Transaction (Existing)
Standard SAP Transaction
ALE and IDoc Specific Information (If any)
Source System & Client or Logical System Name
Target System & Client or Logical System Name
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dangerous family called Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE). Enterobacteriaceae are known to cause intestinal problems and most are able to be treated but there are a few that are not so easily treatable (“Enterobacteriaceae”). These get the name “carbapenem-resistant”. Infectious agents from this family are Escherichia coli (E. coli), and Klebsiella species. People who get infected with these diseases normally acquire them in hospitals and others like such.
Another dangerous bacteria is Pseudomonas aeruginosa which is gram-negative. It is most commonly found is soil, water, and other environmental sources. When a person’s immune system is weakened, this bacteria can create an infection
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numbers separated by dots (i.e. 188.8.131.52). One byte of address is represented by each decimal point and the dot values can range for 0 to 255. The IP address identifies the network and the computer on a specific network. Every IP address has a domain name, which is usually the name that is recognized and more familiar (i.e. att.com) (Goldman, 1995). There are different domain names such as: edu, com, gov, mil, org and net. Edu is for and educational university, com is for a commercial business, gov is for a government department or agency, mil is for a military unit, org is for a nonprofit organization and net is for an organization with ties to Internet administrative bodies (Fitzgerald &
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all IT business process managers to equip them with a model to deliver value to the organization and practice better risk management practices associated with the IT processes. The COBIT control model guarantees the integrity of the information system.
Check out our video on Introduction to COBIT 5 Foundation Training.
What is The COBIT Framework?
The COBIT business orientation includes linking business goals with its IT infrastructure by providing various maturity models and metrics that measure the achievement while identifying associated business responsibilities of IT processes. The main focus of COBIT 4.1 was illustrated with a process-based model subdivided into four specific domains
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Machiavelli's prayers of wanting Italy's humiliation to end, the prince is one of history's most ruthless political writings in history. "Machiavelli is the only philosopher who has lent the weight of his name to any way of political thinking and political acting which is as old as political society itself" His sole aim of writing the prince was to one day return to a career in politics and win the favor of the de' Medici. However Lorenzo de' Medici took Machiavelli's writings indifferently. The book began to become widely criticized, spoken of immoral, cruel and evil. Machiavelli's desperate attempt to return to politics failed and the Medici family soon became an enemy. [1: Leo Strauss (1958
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literature and test
psychometrics. Cognitive constructs included general intelligence, language/verbal,
perceptual/visuospatial, information processing, overall learning and memory, verbal learning
and memory, visual learning and memory, overall executive function, attentional control,
cognitive flexibility, goal setting, and motor speed. Selected learning and memory tests that
utilise each modality were included in analyses for each domain (e.g., memory for names
involves remembering verbal and visual information, i.e., a name and a face).
Means, standard deviations and samples sizes for each group were entered into
Comprehensive Meta-Analysis Software version 3 and Cohen’s effect sizes. A
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themselves (Ethier and Deaux 1994; Clark, Glick, and Bures 2009; Lee and Fiske 2006; Serpe 1995). Children, to a degree, attribute anti-immigration attitudes to ethnic/cultural discrimination. Research has shown that children at this age are knowledgeable about ethnic discrimination and that both immigrant and nonimmigrant children in elementary school can perceive discrimination not only by country of origin but by skin color (Van, Debra and Joe Feagin 2001; Brown and Lee 2015). Unless we change the current political ideology on immigration and the negative effects that skin color has here in the United States, we will just keep perpetrating this system of categorization and discrimination
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as a whole.
The first major critical disagreement over the book was the hotly debated origin of the mysterious brothers Bell (the Brontë sisters psuedonymic family name). These fictitious brothers Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell had already published a book of poetry together and now the new novel from a Bell only sparked more interest on the topic of the brothers. The first and most common of these were those who doubted the pseudonym and believed the writer to be an educated woman by the style of writing and the depth and explanation of female characters that male writers struggle to find the perfect way to assess. In an issue of The Christian Remembrancer asserted in line with William
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International Airport, approximately 12km from the old Central Business District of the Dubai Urban Area. The vision for LVC is to create a unique development covering the whole Ras al Khor area with a variety of land uses linked together with a significant water domain that could be extended from the existing Dubai Creek towards Al Quoz to link with the Gulf.· Business Bay forms the commercial heart of LVC, and establishes a new, modern Central Business District (CBD) for Dubai. Like Manhattan in New York or the Ginza in Tokyo, the Business Bay Central Business District (CBD) precinct of Dubai will provide the most significant business centre for city and the Gulf.Business Bay, which
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contravenes this rule and succeeds. The very existence of secret trust becomes the subject of dispute discussed in this article, contemplating judicial enforcement of secret trusts when plainly they are in defiance of clear statutory provisions. Secret trusts emerge in two forms[footnoteRef:4]; a fully secret trust and half-secret trust, concerning fully secret- trust they do not appear on the will at all and no evidence of its existence can be discovered on the face of the will hence its name. The latter alludes to the actual existence of the secret trust, however omits the terms[footnoteRef:5]. This short article seeks to address an investigation of the controversial elements surrounding the
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specific features, and subsequently assigned general behaviors to these people in the name of genetics. During this country’s early ages, science played a significant part in shaping how we view race today, and part of that phenomena is explained in the PBS series: “Race: The Power of An Illusion,” which I will use to cite specific examples and expert testimonials to provide evidence to the perhaps controversial claims I am making.
Before I begin my discussion, I must note that I had already had pre-conceived notions that race was simply a cultural and political concept forged after a long history of systematic (I am skeptical to use this term) by policies and misguided beliefs. I knew about the
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. Service descriptionsXxx is a traditional, full-service ISP, offering dedicated Internet access and Voice services, Web and virtual domain hosting, server colocation, and VPN. The company allows people and companies to access and publish documents on the World Wide Web without the need to hire full-time system administrators, costly high-speed network connections, dedicated servers, and other similar expenses or expertise.The company provides many of the services that customers need to get online. The company provides both connectivity and consulting on topics ranging from office automation to Web server planning. The company has ongoing research and development to provide solutions to
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doctor, psychologist and influential thinker of the early twentieth century. Working initially in
close collaboration with Joseph Breuer, Freud produced the theory that the mind is a complex
energy-system, the structural investigation of which is the proper domain of psychology. He
articulated and refined the concepts of the unconscious, infantile sexuality and repression, and he
proposed a tripartite account of the mind’s structure—all as part of a radically new conceptual
8 Sabbatini, Renato M.E. “The History of Shock Therapy in Psychiatry.” Perception and Reality.
Accessed June 3, 2018.
9“Sigmund Freud.” Iep. Accessed June 1, 2018.
and therapeutic frame of reference for the
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Persuasive Essay - Gay and Lesbian Rights "If anyone says, 'I love God,' yet hates his brother, he is a liar. For anyone who does not love his brother, whom he has seen cannot love God, whom he has not seen," John 4:20. So, why do heterosexual people hate homosexuals? They are ordinary people with a different lifestyle who would simply like to be treated with respect. Many organized religions believe that a 'gay' lifestyle is wrong. But, if someone is born producing hormones of the opposite sex, shouldn't we have compassion, instead of hating and labeling them as 'morally wrong'? Why are so many people homophobic? Being gay is human, not wrong.Many people say that gays and lesbians are not
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Although a lot of people play baseball two names that come to mind are Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa. McGwire and Sosa are very good hitters but are also so very different hitters. McGwire and Sosa are very great athletes who share apart of baseball history. McGwire and Sosa are good players but off the field they are very charitable individuals. McGwire and Sosa have many similarities and differences. IT is hard to compare Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa's statistic's because they haven't been in the league the same amount of time. The only way to fairly evaluate and compare these two individuals is to truly wait until they have both retired from baseball. Today we can only compare them to
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Each of the characters in The Tempest finds themselves in bondage. However, by the end of the story, the same characters are set free from whatever enslaves them. A few characters one can see enslaved are Prospero, Miranda, Ariel, and Caliban.Prospero is in bondage to his magic. Since his exile by his brother from his dukedom in Milan, he has had but a few books to help pass the twelve long years. During this time, he becomes very proficient in the magic, and often uses magic instead of dealing with people normally. His liberation comes when he gets his dukedom back from his brother and decides to give up magic with the help of the audience's "good hands" (V.i.9) to set him free.Miranda is
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METHODS OF THERAPY Therapy, from a psychologist's viewpoint, has many different meanings. It can be physical or psychological, or even both. In this paper, several different aspects of therapy will be discussed. First the word therapy will be defined more clearly, and then psychotherapy and how it differs from other interactions yet is also similar. Next therapy will be examined from the Psychodynamic, Cognitive and Humanistic-Existential points of view, as well as the differences in their methods and content. I will then address Behavior therapy and some of its uses, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of Group Therapy. Finally I will look at the role of medication in treatment and
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Phineas and Gene: A Comparative Study Throughout the story, Phineas and Gene, the two main characters, showed a number of contrasting traits. Phineas was a confident, non competitive, naive, irresponsible, and unintelligent person throughout the story, whereas Gene, Phineas' roommate, was insecure, competitive, mature, responsible, and intelligent throughout the story.Phineas had a confident nature in everything he did. As Phineas and Gene first met, they noticed they were both the same height, but Phineas, being confident, said, "Where did you get that dizzy shirt?"(100). Only a person with extreme confidence could have insulted someone they just met because the other person could have
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. Across the country for years to come, in cities far and near, more and more Mafia groups began to appear. Many eras have passed in the meantime, both pleasing and displeasing the public. Casinos and nightclubs were made, only making the Mafia that much more popular. Names such as Al Capone, Bugsy Seigal, Joe Adonas, James R.Hoffa, and John Gotti have become infamous throughout the years, showing what great power the Mafia has over the people. The American Mafia has been an infamous staple of American culture for many years because of its leaders, its ruthless method of operation, and its impact on the economy through crime. Although people may not be sure where the name Mafia comes from or what it really means, the following is apparent. Across the nations for decades, the word Mafia has meant murder, prostitution, gambling, illegal alcohol, drugs, and most importantly, fear.
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GAME OVER! "I don't like it. People won't be able to come to these games anymore, and I don't like that". A sad nine - year - old fan voices his concerns on the 1994 major League Baseball strike. The '94 baseball season has come to an abrupt end. Players have ceased play because they feel they are being treated unfairly with the owner's plan to impose a salary cap. Owners are finding it difficult to come to terms with their own disagreements. Small market teams are rising to power with their demands while large market team owners are finding it hard to deal with the teams and their issues, while still trying to please the players. In essence, it is a three - way battle between the two sides
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I wanted to lie down and cry. When I got home from the student/teacher/parent conference in fifth grade my mind was in shambles. After I had done everything possible to pass math, my fifth grade teacher was actually telling my Parents about my alleged poor effort. Poor effort? Didn't I do every homework assignment? Didn't I study every night and miss my favorite television show "Full house"? From an early age, I had been taught that grades are important. Good grades would lead to a college education and bad grades would lead to being a middle class nothing like my parents were.Yet it wasn't the math grade that really bothered me so much, but the fact that I was giving my all which clearly
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to get in, or at least wanting to share some of the wealth with the well off. What should the rich do? In the heart of all of this are the multinational companies that practically control every developing country in the world. These companies have a very significant impact on who lives and who dies, and at the same time, they have a grim grip on the needy nations of the world all in the name of profit. These multinationals exploit the people of these countries as well as their land by the practice of slave labour in both China and the Dominican Republic, as well as many other Third World countries. Other multinational companies prey on innocent mothers promoting infant formula which
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The Dictionary of Social Work roughly defines middle adulthood as the period between forty-five and sixty-four years of age. There are four main tasks in this stage. They include meeting intimacy and family needs, satisfying achievement needs, taking care of elderly parents, and coping with end of life issues. Erikson identifies the need for achievement during midlife, which fits into his stage of generativity vs. stagnation. Success in adulthood is defined by feelings of connectedness and the ability to take care of others. Generativity is the satisfaction resulting from positive relationships with family and friends and the idea of leaving a heritage behind. Stagnation, on the other hand
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Political Socialization There are many ways that our ideas are shaped and influenced as we grow up. This process by which we develop certain ways of thinking is called political socialization. There are three main influences which change and shape us being, the family, the mass media, and formal education.The family definitely has the greatest impact on us as we grow. This is primarily because ever since the beginning of childhood we are exposed to the ideas of our parents. Their ideas are the ideas that young children learn, and soon begin to form these ideas are their own. The saying that "You never get a second chance to make a first impression" holds true here in that this is what first
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Procrastination and Regrets It's Thursday afternoon and Jack has nothing to do except his homework. However, Jack doesn't feel like doing his homework, so he thinks to himself "I'll do my homework tomorrow night and go to a house party tonight." Ah yes, like many other young adults, Jack has resorted to procrastination. The procrastination bug, like young adults has also become abundant in parents.One thing that many young adults procrastinate about doing is their homework. Many students, when given long-term assignments, put it off until the week or maybe even the night before the assignment is due. This type of procrastinator will wondering to themselves, "Why didn't I do it earlier?" It's
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Stillwagon's unprecedented behavior in the bank and the fact that he does not know who will feed him are both noteworthy in that they are odd occurences . In the universal order, something is amiss. By mentioning the unique qualities of the day, O'Hara very subtly draws the reader's attention to the most notable event of the day. He does not even mention the deceased until the 25th line, and he never states her name (except for the clever reversal of her nickname in the title).Billie Holiday, or Lady Day as she was called, is one of those luminous characters in history whose name alone evokes greatness. She is the embodiment of the bittersweet American success story. Rising to stardom after
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The best way to make cappuccino is to do it yourself. Do not rely on the abilities of a coffee shop or a restaurant chain to create your perfect drink. Shops like Bernie's and the Gourmet Bean will not have the time to make your cappuccino individually because their goal is to stick with one recipe and mass produce it. These chain shops may have a larger variety to offer, but if quality and perfection are what are what you crave, your best bet is to purchase your own cappuccino machine. To begin making cappuccino, you will need three basic components: a cappuccino machine, espresso and milk. First, find the large metal scoop attached to your machine and remove it; this is called the doser
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card payments on your site, you have two basic options; the first is to purchase your own, secure web server, which will probably involve employing a technical expert to set up and maintain the system. The second is to use a fulfilment system provided by a third-party - many internet servers offer fulfilment services, processing your transaction for a percentage cut or flat rate, while taking responsibility for the security of customer data. This method is preferred as it reduces pressure on the business and lets them concentrate on fulfilling demand.Overall, it is important to keep the issue of security in prospective. Statistics which I recovered from the internet suggested that the U.S
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The invention of the automobile in the early 1900's was one of the many great inventions during that time. Cars have enabled our nation to grow and develop. Life without cars would cause the world to be a completly different place. The loss of cars would affect transportation, the economy, health, cultural development and the environment. Transportation would greatly be affected if we did not have cars. Especially in America since automobiles are the number one source of transportation. Life of everyday Americans would be slowed down. Children getting to school and employees getting to work would be a much harder task. The economy would be hurt if we did not have cars. Manufacturers would
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underestimated.The stereotype of the typical child sex abuser (generally and often incorrectly described as a "paedophile") put across by the Irish media following the Father Brendan Smyth case was of a fleshy, lumbering, evil looking man, easily identified. Nothing could be further from reality, as one of the principal speakers at the Athlone conference, Marie Keenan, pointed out in the course of an interview: "Men who perpetrate abuse have not dropped in from outer space. They are men who are born here, of Irish parents, reared in Ireland, [they] came through an Irish education system, are not all mad and don't have psychiatrist disturbances." In my own experience, a man I know who was convicted of child
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The Two Sides of Humanity The journey of life is like an endless highway. Any number of obstacles could be waiting over the next hill. Fortunately, we may choose our own paths just as we can make our own choices in life. Just as a map provides directions during an excursion, there is a divine guide that provides a map for humanity. For each of us are the administrators of our own destinies. The choice is ours. Thus, in the play Everyman, author unknown, the main character Everyman represents humanity and takes us on his journey through life the same as Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus, the main character Dr. Faustus takes us along his expedition in life. These individuals
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The Most Important Person in This Century Without the following person¡¦s compassionate encouragement and sympathetic support, AIDS victims would be reputed as untouchables; adolescents, who were homeless, addicted to drugs and alcohol would have never offered any concern or assistance. Without this person, people would be stubborn, stingy and closed-minded; millions of innocent patients would have been insulted, suffered and died. Undoubtedly, this important and contributive person¡¦s the honorable Princess Diana, she offered everyone with sincerity and guidance, like an angel sent by God who led desperate people out of suffering.The young Princess of Wales decided
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everyone who ever kept them down is long dead. Sadie and "Bessie" tell the stories of their intriguing lives, from their Southern Catholic school upbringing to their involvement in the civil rights movement in New York City."Sadie" is the older (103 years old) and sweeter of the sisters. The first colored high school teacher in the New York Public School System, "Sadie" considers herself to be the Booker T. Washington of the sisters, always shying away from conflict and looking at both sides of the issue."Bessie" is the younger sister (101 years old) and is much more aggressive. A self-made dentist who was the only colored female at Columbia University when she attended dentistry school there
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of facile methods for navigation in three dimensions. (Gump) Scene complexity is determined by the computer system's capability to display a great number of shaded, lighted, textured, and occluded polygons necessary to visually describe the many objects in the scene. Change to the scene is governed by the computer simulation program or database driving the creation of the scene. Thus the visual quality of a VR experience is dependent on the speed of both the graphics-rendering hardware/software and the computer system itself. (Gump) There are four major types of virtual reality devices currently in use: the head-mounted display (HMD), the binocular omni-oriented monitor (BOOM), the
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The future of home television is at a crossroads with new technologies available in every direction. Will recordable DVD replace the home VCR? Will HDTV succeed with consumers? What is affecting the mass rollout of these new technologies?
The DVD story is a classic computer technology tale. All the key elements are there: vaporware, standards wars, compatibility problems, extremely high initial prices, and confusion at every turn. Even the technology's name stirs minor debate. Some claim it stands for Digital Versatile Disc, others say it means Digital Video Disc, and still others claim it's not an acronym at all.
In essence, DVD is simply the next evolutionary step from CD-ROM. DVD
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Al Capone was a heartless man, who did not care about the well-being of others; because of this, he killed many people. He led a life of show-boating and other such means of a rich and immoral man. His thoughts were only of what would help him to succeed, not of what would help others. Al Capone's mother was named Teresina Capone. Despite having many growing boys, she was still able to take in sewing piecework. Teresina was a mother of four, and also, she was a housewife. She made sure that the Capones were taken care of. Because of this, it is hard to understand why Al Capone became such a hated criminal. Gabriele Capone was Al Capone's father. Since he had the ability to read
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Finest Young Man in Rome Family, friends, money, honor, carrier, there are many important things in life. What people are willing to do to achieve their dreams and goals? Some of them would do anything to get what they really want. They would cheat, steal, and kill, just to be the best of all. Rufinus, the main character of Finest Young Man in Rome, by James Wright, have to decide how far he can go to serve his family. His mother wants him to kill his best friend, Manlius, to get the power. He has to choose between his mother, friend, honor, priesthood, and family. Whatever he decides, someone must be killed. He got three choices: he can kill his mother, his friend, or himself
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Michael Jordan: King of the Court When I began my report I didn't know much about Michael Jordan, but I did know that he was "undoubtedly the greatest player in the history of the NBA" ("Michael Air Jordan" 1). It seemed like every time I heard the word basketball I also heard the name Michael Jordan. There's just no avoiding him. If you are watching television you might see him playing basketball or golf. If you were reading a magazine there will probably be an advertisement with his picture. If you were walking down the street you might see a kid wearing Air Jordan shoes or a Bulls jersey with "JORDAN" on the back of it. This man is probably as recognizable as the Pope.When we were asked
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EXPLORE THE CONTRAST BETWEEN WINDY CORNER AND MRS VYSE'S 'WELL APPOINTED FLAT.' HOW DOES OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THESE ENVIRONMENTS PREPARE US FOR THE CONFLICT IN THE NOVEL. The first comparison to be drawn between the two environs is of their names. This is the first piece of information the reader is given, and is therefore of significance, as they have different connotations. "Windy Corner" has links to nature and the weather due to the word 'windy.' It implies change and movement-which is definitely applicable to that household. The 'Corner' suggests a sheltered resting-place, which is quite appropriate because the household does seem somewhat removed or protected from society. This is
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The Jilting of Granny Weatherall In Katherine Ann Porter?s "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall," there are two prevalant themes. The first is self-pity. The second theme is the acceptance of her immenent demise. Both deal with the way people perceive their deaths and mortality in general. Granny Weatherall?s behavior is Porter?s tool for making these themes visible to the reader. The theme of self-pity is obvious and throughly explored early on. As a young lady, Granny Weatherall left at the alter on her wedding day . As a result, the pathetic woman feels sorry for herself for the rest of her life. She becomes a bitter old woman who is suspicious of everyone around her. This point is shown
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Lives of the Saints Lives of the Saints is a story that examines the complexities and tribulations of everyday life in a small town. Throughout the novel, we discover that even the most trustworthy and caring individuals live secret lives behind closed doors, and that the surface appearance of minor communities can be very deceptive. Some people spend their entire adult-lives trying to knock down these doors and discover the truth, but perhaps they are overlooking the key to the lock… our children.Vittorio Innocente is a young boy who has not always lived up to his name. 'My attendance at school had not been very regular-it had somehow fallen out that I'd spent much of class time
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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner: Changes and there effect In the 1798 and the 1817 text of the, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, There are certain changes. Changes that effect the poem and the way that the reader sees the poem. Some of these changes include reading devices called glosses. There are many reasons for the glosses to be put into the poem. One of the reasons is to help the reader interpret lines in the poem that can be confusing. These glosses are a brief interpretation of the stanza, so that the reader will understand it the way that Coleridge intended them to. An example of this is: I woke, and we were sailing on As in a gentle weather 'Twas night, calm night, the moon was high
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them also had a way of cheating people out of their money The are also a few differences the Friar and the Miller show. The Friar, for instance, was part of the church; the Miller was not. Also, the Friar has a name, Hubert. The Miller does not have a name. The instrument the Friar plays isn't the same as the Miller. The Friar," played the hurdy-gurdy,"(95) and also the harp. The Miller," He liked to play his bagpipes…"(101) Even though they had ways of cheating people out of their money they had different ways of doing it. . The Friar would hear confessions from the wealthy for a good price and," The Friar was also the finest beggar of his hatch"(95). The Miller had," A thumb of gold
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in shade, but their features also have sharper lines.When one focuses on this work, they should also pay attention to the actual subject. The name of the painting, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, translates to "The Young Ladies of the Street." This implies that they are streetwalkers or prostitutes. When one focuses on the painting, he or she can notice that one of the women is holding up a piece of cloth to her waist. This means that she is naked and so are the other women. This is not initially apparent in this version of the work. However, it is obvious that the ladies are nude in a colorful version of the work.In conclusion, Les Demoiselles d'Avignon is a good example of a work in which the artists interpretation was the major influence on the end piece. Picasso was famous for this type of work and his work revolutionized art.
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;;; Note spell check is needed! A breif synopsis on "The Glass Menagerie" The Glass Menagerie is a timeless classic that takes place during the depression. The main charectors are Laura, tom, and Amanda. Amanda is a pestering mother who never leaves her daughter, Laura, alone, and continues to tell her that she is not handicaped, and that she must be out going, and talk more inorder to have gentleman callers, and to recieve the same amount as her, 17.Tom who enjoys reading, and writing poetry is seeming to follow his fathers footsteps, and is one day apt to leave the family, due to his mothers pestering. She believes she is the head of the house, how ever Tom is the one that pay's all of the