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Cookies and Internet Privacy - Cookies and Internet Privacy What is a Cookie. “Netscape's Client Side State definition:Cookies are a general mechanism which server side connections (such as CGI scripts) can use to both store and retrieve information on the client side of the connection. The addition of a simple, persistent, client-side state significantly extends the capabilities of Web-based client/server applications.”Kington, Andy, Andy’s HTTP Cookie Notes, Available from http://www.illuminatus.com/cookie_pages/ [modified 6 June 1997, cited 14 March, 1999] In English, this means that webservers can create web pages that will customize from user to user....   [tags: Internet Private Cookies Essays] 668 words
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Browsers and Third-Party Cookies - I. Introduction While third party cookies enable new web functionalities it also enables new risks exposure of a person’s web history. A person’s web history can inevitably reveal personal information which if exploited could lead to bad stuff(job opp/id theft/deals/black mail/embarassement). Thus, privacy should not be an option, it should be the default. Accordingly, browsers should disable third-party cookies by default; require users to "opt-in" to 3rd-party cookies). II. How third party cookie works and the underlying web economics Third party cookies enables single-sign-on authentication (e.g....   [tags: privacy, safety, ] 655 words
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Cookies and Hot Chocolate - "I'm back." Aleks called into the hallway of the creature house with small sneeze escaping after. He shivered as he felt his skin relax to the new heat source. He unbuttoned his coat and practically tore off the layers of wet sticky clothing that stuck to all of the curves on his body. When he received no reply he popped his head into the living room where both the lights and TV were off, which was unusual. Usually someone was sprawled over the sofa with munchies strewn around the floor by now. He was expecting James to be sitting playing a game before dinner or something and Seamus sprawled over the floor begging James to stop trying to beat him....   [tags: hot, sticky, christmas, drink] 657 words
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The Chips Ahoy Chocolate Chip Cookies - ... Though, the parents are the decision makers and decide rather to purchase the item or not, the child is the ultimate consumer of Chips Ahoy. Due to its popularity in the cookies market, Chips Ahoy is a reliable shopping option for mothers. Chips Ahoy, and cookies in general, is an item that has repeat purchases. In fact, 91.7% of households purchase cookies (AIB Online). A positive aspect about marketing cookies is they are sold year round; there is no special season for cookies. Chips Ahoy launched a free online game called Soccer Shootout....   [tags: powerful marketing strategy] 2569 words
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Cookies & Privacy - Data Communications “Cookies and their Impact on Privacy” In today’s fast paced world of internet commerce it would be hard to accomplish many of the tasks without the creation of “cookies.” Since their advent, cookies have been given a bad name and associated immediately with a loss of privacy. In April of 2001 a newspaper article defined cookies as, “…programs that Web sites put on your hard disk. They sit on your computer gathering information about you and everything you do on the Internet, and whenever the Web site wants to it can download all of the information the cookie has collected.” (www.howstuffworks.com) This article could not be any farther from the truth....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Ethics of Cookies - Ethics of Cookies eth·ic 1 plural but singular or plural in construction : the discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation 2 a : a set of moral principles or values b : a theory or system of moral values <the present-day materialistic ethic> c plural but singular or plural in construction : the principles of conduct governing an individual or a group <professional ethics> d : a guiding philosophy HTTP cookie <World-Wide Web> A packet of information sent by an HTTP server to a World-Wide Web browser and then sent back by the browser each time it accesses that server....   [tags: Technology Computers Internet Essays]
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Effects - Chocolate chip cookies are some of the most delectable snacks out there; they satisfy our sweet tooth with one simple bite. Chocolate chip cookies are baked in all different shapes and sizes, depending on the recipe you are making. You can do this by adding baking soda to a recipe, only adding baking powder to a recipe or even adding both. You can do the same with granulated sugar and brown sugar only adding either one of those to a recipe. These four different ingredients all have different effects and affect a cookie in different ways....   [tags: cookies, chocolate chips, baking soda] 834 words
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How to Bake Cookies and Doughnuts - How to Bake Cookies and Doughnuts Cookies and doughnuts are incredibly satisfying treats. They both are baked goods that make our tummies warm, and leave a dusting of sugar on our lips. Doughnuts, along with cookies, can be considered awfully sweet, yet they are completely different. They both are distinct in their individual means of ingredients, cooking and traditional settings for consumption. There are very few things you can do to ruin a simple chocolate chip cookie if you follow the recipe....   [tags: Papers] 509 words
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Engineering the Perfect Batch of Chocolate Chip Cookies - ... One-half teaspoon of baking soda or baking powder is needed. You will need two large eggs, one cup of packed light-brown sugar, one-half cup of granulated sugar, one teaspoon of salt, and two teaspoons of pure vanilla extract. Finally don’t forget the flour. Flour is what creates the texture of your cookie. The protein in flour grabs moisture and can define your cookie from either tough or flat. Using high-protein flour will absorb more moisture resulting in a tougher batch of cookie. Using low-protein flour will absorb less moisture and result in wet dough and flat cookies....   [tags: delicious, ingredience, chewy] 697 words
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An Exposition on Peanut Butter Cookies - An Exposition on Peanut Butter Cookies Have you ever tried to bake peanut butter cookies, and for some reason they were a complete flap because they were dry and crunchy, too moist and crumbly, or perhaps they had a terrible taste. Well, I have discovered this cool new recipe and I have never failed at making them. Have no fear, the ultimate peanut butter cookie recipe is here. We will need the following ingredients: 1c. of brown sugar, 1c. of white sugar, 1c. of margarine or butter, 1c. of peanut butter, 2 large eggs, 1 tsp....   [tags: Exposition Essays] 538 words
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Down to Earth Cookies Your Mother Once Made - Down to Earth Cookies Your Mother Once Made Joe and Ellis Cook were two brothers who had made a decision in reproducing their mother’s old recipe of down to earth cookies, and with the growth and purchasing value added services their focus of making high quality based cookies would become a success. Throughout the process their focus on making their mother’s cookies had shown a commitment on their mother’s behalf without using the preservatives or additional additives in making the cookie delicious....   [tags: Business Analysis ]
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Cookies and Price Discrimination on the Internet - Abstract      This paper discusses a recent controversy in which Amazon.com was found to be pricing the same product differently for different customers.  This paper addresses the ethical implications that such an action could have on such a young industry.  Is it discrimination or is it justified research. Imagine this: you are strolling through the aisles of your favorite grocery store.  You have the sudden craving for some sweets so you head to the cereal aisle.  There you see a seemingly endless array of colorful boxes.  You stroll on over, pushing your cart all the way, as you finally end up in front of a cheerful box of Cap'n Crunch.  You look at the price, and, lucky you, this product...   [tags: Technology Essays]
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should cookies be banned - Over the years internet privacy has been major concern worldwide. Even with such advanced technology we still can’t perfect the intrusion technology. But first before we try to ban cookies we should realize what we tend to loose. All cookies are not intrusive but a navigation tool as well. Internet cookies are extremely valuable to consumers and website operators alike, despite concerns that they threaten web users’ personal privacy. Without cookies, the Internet would be slower, the electronic marketplace, a difficult place to navigate and the entire online experience frustrating....   [tags: essays research papers] 782 words
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Personal Narrative- Christmas Cookies - Personal Narrative- Christmas Cookies Although I have grown up to be entirely inept at the art of cooking, as to make even the most wretched chef ridicule my sad baking attempts, my childhood would have indicated otherwise; I was always on the countertop next to my mother’s cooking bowl, adding and mixing ingredients that would doubtlessly create a delicious food. When I was younger, cooking came intrinsically with the holiday season, which made that time of year the prime occasion for me to unite with ounces and ounces of satin dark chocolate, various other messy and gooey ingredients, numerous cooking utensils, and the assistance of my mother to cook what would soon be an edible masterpie...   [tags: Personal Narrative] 564 words
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Cookies Invading Our Privacy - Cookies Invading Our Privacy Cookies now constitute a real threat to personal privacy, but they are perfectly legal. A cookie is a tiny file that a Web sites place on the user’s hard drive when the user accesses the web page. Each cookie has a specific identification number. The cookie can gather personal information such as email addresses, full names, mailing addresses, and phone numbers, and then it sends the information back to the web site (Samborn 26). Whereas TV, radio, and print record only demographics or neighborhoods, a cookie keeps record of what an individual is actually looking at and doing on the net....   [tags: Internet Technology Computers]
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Internet Cookies - Internet Cookies Most Experienced Web visitors and even new ones know about cookies these days. Cookies are small data files that are being put on your hard drive by Web sites when you visit them. They do this for many different reasons. One of them is to identify you as a distinctive visitor by identifying your Web browser software. When your return to the Web site that has stored a cookie, it will search your computer for those cookies, and they will know what you were doing in the past. It may update your cookie....   [tags: Essays Papers] 567 words
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Cookies Vs. Doughnuts - Cookies and doughnuts are both yummy treats, but they also have their advantages and disadvantages. Cookies for instance can be produces with relative ease in any kitchen using flour, water, sugar and eggs. Doughnuts on the other hand are not usually made at home, hence all of the doughnut shops. This is one disadvantage to doughnuts; they are relatively difficult to produce. Doughnuts are made from the same ingredients as cookies, but they also have east in them to give them a more beadlike quality than unleavened cookies....   [tags: essays research papers] 460 words
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Openind the Black Box that is the World Wide Web: How Cookies Work - The World Wide Web as a technology has influenced our everyday life. It became acesible, fast and flexible type of media which can be accessed anywhere around the globe. As this type of hyper-link acces on the internet has spread in early 1990´s it has became the most used media. We can declare that emerge of this technology with modern society become so fluent as people are not more concerned what is behind the technology itself. This involved into a huge controversy as people are not more aware what is behind the technology they are using....   [tags: internet technology] 624 words
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Essay on Internet Privacy - Cookies and Internet Privacy - Cookies and Internet Privacy   Student José Amador likes to use his email account at yahoo.com. "I find paper so obsolete," he says. Amador is not worried about the privacy of this account. Perhaps he and the many other people that use yahoo email should be concerned, however. All users of Yahoo mail are having their actions tracked.   Yahoo monitors the actions of users, in part, by using "cookies." Cookies are small files that record visits to web pages. When you open up a cookie dispensing web page, the web server sends one or more of these files to your browser....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers] 1537 words
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Cookies Assist Users While Robbing Privacy -     Abstract: Internet cookies have been around for a few years now, and have become quite widespread in usage.  However, their use has attracted criticism from some privacy experts.  They claim that cookies give a web site's administrator power to monitor an internet user's travel through the internet - a blatant infraction into the anonymity on the internet.  What is being done to counter this claim is also discussed.             A cookie is a small text file placed by a Web server on a client's browser for identification purposes.  This small text file (usually less than 1K in size) can contain information to identify a user to the Web server.1  The cookie is given during the first meeti...   [tags: Essay on Internet Privacy]
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Gingerbread: A Short Story - ... “I got Gingerbread Mrs. Lin, where is the carrier again?” Did he say carrier. “It’s in the closet behind some wrapping paper.” I can’t go in the carrier now. There is something wrong. “Okay Gingerbread I’m sorry about this.” Let go. Let go. Evasive maneuver squirm. “Come on play nice Gingerbread.” Private grips so tightly. Evasive maneuver squirm followed by a bite. “Ow Ginger stop that. In you go.” I have been defeated. I am going to the horrible animal smelling place. I am going to hurt....   [tags: cookies, view, investigate, private] 1283 words
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Essay on Internet Privacy - Cookies and Privacy on the Internet - Cookies: Privacy on the Internet.      Today, many web sites on the internet can use "cookies" to keep track of passwords and usernames and track the sites a particular user visits (Cookiecentral.com). But, the use of cookies to track user's browsing habits is becoming a concern of many internet users. These concerned people are beginning to think of cookies as an invasion of privacy. Companies with web sites can use cookies to track what sites you visit frequently and then select specific ad banners to send to you on the web while surfing (Cookiecentral.com)....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Aunt Connie's Cookies Contribution Margin and Breakeven Analysis - Aunt Connie's Cookies Contribution Margin and Breakeven Analysis Aunt Connie's Cookies is a brand that is synonymous with delicious Lemon Cream and real Mint Cookies throughout the East and Midwest. Aunt Connie's Cookies was founded in 1986 after a friend of Aunt Connie urged her to take her business and baking skills to the public. The Aunt Connie's brand has grown successful producing Lemon Crème and Real Mint cookies. Maria Villanueva is the current chief executive officer of this family owned company....   [tags: Business Analysis Finance] 1489 words
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Internet Privacy, Cookies, and Data Mining Practices -      Abstract     Technology has progressed to the point where a user's web usage can be tracked between sessions by almost anyone. Text files dropped on a user's machine, known as cookies, can give certain corporations personal information about the user, and can even keep track of what sites the user has visited. Such personal information can subsequently be sold or exploited, jeopardizing the user's privacy.             In recent years and months, use of the Internet, specifically the world-wide web, has grown by leaps and bounds....   [tags: Technology Essays]
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The Book Theif - Liesel and Rudy sneaks into the Mayors house to discover a plate of stale cookies in the window of the mayor's library. Liesel takes the plate of cookies from the window and grabs The Last Human Stranger when she hears the sound of a door opening. Ilsa Hermann walks in and joins Liesel. Liesel ask the mayor’s wife if the library is hers and apologizes for thinking the mayor owned it when Ilsa confesses that the books belong to her and her deceased son. Liesel returns to Rudy and together they eat half of the plate of cookies and share the rest with Tommy Müller....   [tags: library, cookies, cards, air, raid] 887 words
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Security, Ethical, and Legal Issues Surrounding the Internet - The internet and the World Wide Web are arguably the greatest inventions of our time. The effects of the internet are deeply pervasive now influencing almost every sphere of our lives. The internet has revolutionized the way we communicate, conduct business, relate with each other, entertain, educate and retrieve information. With the touch of a button, we can now communicate face to face with friends and relatives miles away. The internet has also provided an efficient medium for sharing large volumes of information at low cost....   [tags: cookies, data logging, copyright, trojan horses]
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What is Google Hiding From Its Users? - ... 2. Casual analysis I) According to the research that has been conducted in this topic, it has been observed that there was once a time when Google was caught having bypassed the privacy settings and policies for apple's safari web browser (Snyder, S 2007). Google relies on cookie files to improve ad relevance for identifying users. By doing this, the levels of control and privacy attached to the services delivered at these places are highly compromised. This action is actually against the law and it would not be advocated for such an organization....   [tags: privacy, customers, cookies] 1253 words
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Models Don't Eat Chocolate Cookies by Erin Dionne - ... There is a mean girl named Lively Carson who goes to there school and tries to steal Sandra from Celeste by bribing her with Sandra’s crush, Robbie Flan.(pg.47) Clueless Sandra goes for it. She leaves Celeste at a lunch table by herself and there two other friends Millie and Katy. In the end Sandra and Celeste aren’t really friends anymore. (pg.216) Celeste decides to do the pagent and meets a bunch of new friends and agents: Gail, Violet, Ashley, Sascha, and Christian (pg. 218- end). Some other characters in this book are Ben (celestes little brother pg.19), Celeste’s dad (pg.19), Paul (her cousin pg.76), and her uncle Chuck (pg.75)....   [tags: literary analysis] 618 words
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Dr. Segal's The Cookie FAD Diet - Imagine a diet with quick weight loss, and being able to see immense results in only a few months, sounds like the life doesn’t it. Well the impossible has finally become possible with the help of special diets, otherwise known as FAD diets. FAD diets are known as weight reducing diets of extreme nature that either eliminate one or more of the essential food groups or enhance the consumption of one group of food in excess, and intend to produce results more quickly than diet-exercise combinations....   [tags: weight, metabolism, patients] 786 words
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The Cookie Conspiracy - The Cookie Conspiracy &#9;A place of eternal happiness, so it seems. Though looks can be decieving, we have never seen this place. It is a place we have only heard of, heard of the positive things, heard of nothing but good and fuzzy stuff. But beneath the blanket of the fake, lies the real side of this hellish port. A conspiracy so huge on it's own people that it is truly unfathimable to us as humans. I am talking about the Cookieland Government and the genocide they are performing on it's own citizens....   [tags: essays research papers] 770 words
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The Oreo Cookie: 100 Years Old Tradition - ... The correlation is to identify the two wafers with crème in the middle instead of an ordinary cookie. The crème is made from five main ingredients which include powered sugar, granulated sugar, vanilla extract, vegetable shortening, and water. The nutrition facts per serving consist of three cookies that have 160 calories, seven grams of total fat, 25 grams of carbohydrate, one gram of protein, 55 milligram of sodium, and 140 milligram of sodium. The serving size also contains six percent of iron....   [tags: business/marketing strategies]
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Chocolate Chip Cookie report - To be, or Not to Be the Best Chocolate Chip Cookie The delicious smell of chocolate chip cookies is known to everyone across the nation. Americans thrive on deserts and chocolate chip cookies happen to be one of the many favorites. As there are many different types of deserts, there are also many different brands of chocolate chip cookies. Most Americans have their own preferences about which chocolate chip cookie they consider the best. I made it my goal to go out an find the best chocolate chip cookie by surveying people and testing three popular brands of cookies for flavor, chewiness, and appearance....   [tags: essays research papers] 794 words
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Business Effective Management: Kristens Cookie Company Case - Introduction Kristens Cookie Company case offers the business start-up idea which is based on the concept of production of freshly baked custom made cookies at order using available set or resources (labor, energy, ingredients, mixer, tray, utensils, and oven), and selling them at affordable prices on campus to the fellow students four hours each night. To analyze key operations parameters and propose recommendations for business improvement or expansion it is necessary to define process and activities, their throughput time, as well as to identify system capacity and its bottlenecks if any....   [tags: affordable prices, rush order, production]
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Production Processes at Kristen's Cookie Company - Kristen’s Cookie Company Missing Charts We have studied Kristen’s Cookie Company’s planned production process, and have drawn a number of conclusions based on our analysis. The understanding of our analysis will be facilitated by the following flow chart, which shows each step along the production process. The coloration denotes work performed by each member of the two-person workforce, and capacity and timing are specified below for each step: From the above chart, we see that when the process is continuing at maximum efficiency, filling one order of a dozen cookies will take 26 minutes....   [tags: Business] 1065 words
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The Results from the Penetration Test of the Ernst and Young Credit Union - ... 2.4 The website was tested for default or easily guessable paths. This involves typing commonly named directories into the URL and accessing pages in a way that was not intended. Nikto was used to carry out testing against this vulnerability. Nikto found various vulnerabilities, and accessed include files. It also noted that the website may have a “webdav” vulnerability. After further research, the website was mapped to the local network places. 2.5 The website was tested for SQL injection vulnerabilities....   [tags: security, vulnerability, cookie poisoning] 2324 words
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Oreo Cookie and Six Flags Commercials - Nostalgia for Sale - Oreo Cookie and Six Flags Commercials - Nostalgia for Sale Many television commercials choose to feature a contrast between youth and maturity as their subject. An “Oreo Cookie” commercial, for example, features a little girl who is about four years old mimicking her grandfather’s actions in eating a cookie. Another commercial advertises the popular theme park, Six Flags Great Adventure. This commercial, entitled “The Six Flags Dancing Man,” features an elderly man dancing like an enthusiastic child....   [tags: Media Advertising Essays]
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Analysis of Jack Johnson's Cookie Jar - Analysis of Jack Johnson's Cookie Jar Jack Johnson’s song, “Cookie Jar” is a powerful influence to challenge the beliefs and values of western society. The song is all about blaming what you have done on someone else, hence the title Cookie Jar. The title is “Cookie Jar” because of the old saying “Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar, Who me, Yes you, No not me” this means that we are always trying to find someone else to blame, rather than ourselv...   [tags: Papers] 910 words
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Familial Structures in Portrayed in Media - Familial Structures in Portrayed in Media Over the course of the past 50 years, society has made many progressive changes about family structure from the perfect, cookie cutter family with a successful husband and a trophy wife to the introduction of a family with multiple members living in one house. Societal changes along with melting pot culture have reshaped the definition of “family” and represent the diverse households in America. Today, TV shows depict single fathers raising an entire household, same-sex couples attempting to share responsibilities, and traditional families striving to blend into culture....   [tags: cookie cutter families]
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Online Privacy: Is It Really Possible? - The Internet is a vast world of virtual information. Activities like online shopping and social networking sites have put people in the position to ask themselves how private their own information is among the rest of the Internet. Can the average person completely control their privacy or are some parts of their personal information out of their control. To go along with that, is online privacy the complete responsibility of the individual. I have found that online privacy can be difficult to completely control because of the various types of tracking and third party devices....   [tags: tracking, devices, internet, activities] 1848 words
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How To Make Banana Pudding - Since 1903, banana pudding has been an American desert classic. The sweet taste of warm vanilla wafers can warm up a cold body anytime. The most common recipe for banana pudding calls for the use of an oven and stove top. Although, this recipe does make for a great banana pudding, it can take the average individual almost an hour to prepare the desert. Now a day, time is money for most families, so being able to prepare a desert like this can be time consuming. Having a no bake option can be the perfect fit for busy families....   [tags: How To Essay, Instructional Essay, Process Essay] 428 words
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The Lack of Digital Privacy - With everyone joining the online world your privacy is at even greater risk then ever before. The internet has become part of our everyday lives, from social networking to online transactions. Your privacy is threatened every day. However is our privacy threatened by our own government. According to the pew research data 56% of Americans say that it is acceptable for the NSA to run through millions of Americans phone records in order to prevent terrorism. (Pew Research Center) Many people still believe that the government has no business in our lives, yet many people including our government invade our digital privacy....   [tags: Privacy Identity Management]
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The Use of Artificial Trans Fat - There is currently a controversy surrounding the labeling and use of artificial trans fatty acids in the United States food supply. The root of this debate lies in the health risks associated with these types of fats. Consumption of trans fats has been shown to increase LDL cholesterol levels and decrease HDL cholesterol levels, putting consumers at risk for developing heart disease and other chronic conditions [1]. Recommendations to limit trans fat intake have been published by the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences and the Federal Government....   [tags: fatty acids, health risks]
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Mother's Milk Unlocks Magic - ... With that thought in mind some may see this advertisement and laugh out loud finding it quite hysterical like I did, while others find its humor to revealing. Therefore, we have all heard, just because something is considered funny or natural to some, doesn’t make it is funny and natural to everyone. While some people may see the humor in this ad, it may have others saying it as too fleshy because In the photo all that’s seen is a faceless woman, with her breast hanging out for the world to see....   [tags: breastfeeding, mother, nursing] 1105 words
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Internet Tracking Devices - Internet Tracking Devices Cookies are small text files stored on Internet browsers that assign unique numbers to individual users. These cookies are usually placed on Internet users' computers by web-sites without their knowledge. Every time that a user returns to the site that placed a cookie on their browser, the cookie is sent back from the user to the original web-site, providing a way to remember over time particular individuals. Furthermore, cookies are often simultaneously placed by third parties....   [tags: Papers] 1295 words
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Common Software Testing Methodologies - ... The functionality testing uses following strategy to check if the web application is functionally correct or not • Test the working of all the links on a web page • Test all the database connection are established and release properly • Test if the forms used for capturing the user information are properly accepting the data and is able to submit it without any loss, to the backend systems • Test the cookies for web application are setting properly Testing all the links in a web page As part of testing links in the web site, following are general test which can be done • Testing the outgoing links from all the pages • Testing all the internal links between pages • Testing links which po...   [tags: web applications, changes, security] 1264 words
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The Day I almost Died - ... After all, she was planning on paying me and I wanted to buy a new microscope with the new Swift Optical lenses. I desired to go on proving my theory that using a thermocouple would be more effective than applying a device in the solar collector. I don’t know if using a microscope will help, but the materials in them are relatively good insulators. What I do know is that to produce any kind of useful propulsion energy from heat requires a heat engine. My first hour period, science went by extremely slow....   [tags: personal story] 1086 words
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Spyware is a Serious Internet Problem - INTRODUCTION: Spyware is a serious and actual problem, affecting every Internet user who is mostly does not know how much danger these software could impact his life and harm his machine According to the research firm IT-Harvest, spyware profits almost $2 billion a year, accounting for about 11% of the internet ad business (Elgin, 2006; 1). In the USA, spyware has infected nearly 60% of household computers, causing nearly $2.6 billion damages in 2006 (Sun, 2007; 555). The global financial cost of spyware has been estimated about 11 billion Euro in 2005 ....   [tags: computer, spam, program] 582 words
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Digital History: Leading the Rise of Mass Communication - Digital History focuses on the period from 1880 -1920 as leading the rise of mass communication, with the introduction of the mass market newspapers. Advertising became popular in the late 1800s, as photography, radio, and movies became part of the mainstream media. Marconi introduced wireless communications in 1895, which lead to commercial radio broadcasting in 1920 and television broadcasts in 1939. However, with the rise of mass media, other issues developed as well, because the tracking and monitoring of people became that much easier....   [tags: newspapers, advertising] 897 words
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We Must Not Regulate the Internet - “The Internet is the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn't understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had.” ~Eric Schmidt. As CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt and his company own and operate one of the largest search engines in the world. With them earning $54 billion per year economically, and also $25 billion in the online advertising business, they understand the internet. In fact their estimated total economic influence they have had on the world, it is close to $119 billion (Ha)....   [tags: Internet Censorship]
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Children in Food Advertisement - “COOOOOKIE CRISP!” My seven-year old self repeats after Chip the Dog convinced yet another parent that cookies for breakfast are in fact a wonderful idea. Sugar, cereal, and cute little cookies were my favorite things in the world at the time, making this sugar infested cereal a treasure that I needed immediately. Just as the parents acting in the commercial, my parents also said “no cookies for breakfast allowed”. But unlike the Cookie Crisp commercial, it did not end with a dog named Chip barging in, shoving a spoonful of miniature milk filled chocolate chip cookies into my parent’s mouths, magically changing their nutrition driven minds....   [tags: Marketing, Advertising, Children]
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Grain Industry Overview - The low carb fad is over. Baked goods are back in favor as consumers look toward glycemic indexes and the incorporation of more grains in their diets. While the category is one that experts see as mature, a quick rundown from industry analysts shows there is room for inventory improvements and innovations that will inspire sales. The Bakery Aisle Whole grains are expected to build interest in the baked goods category as consumers seek everything--from pancakes to muffins to cookies and crackers--packed with whole grains goodness....   [tags: Baked Goods Grains Market Analysis] 1997 words
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