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The International Bill That Threatens Online Privacy - Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA) were big bills recently in the EU and America that caught the attention of nearly every internet user. It was hard to not notice these two bills. These legislations would have pushed copyright infringement on many sites and much of the internet as it is known would have been shut down. On January 18, big sites such as Wikipedia, and Google blacked out their site for a day. This sent a loud and clear message to the creators of this bill and they put it on indefinite hold....   [tags: U.S. Law]
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Global Village and The Online Activism Era - Technology have transformed human lifestyle more rapidly in the last 10 years than ever before, it seems that the more tech savvy we become the faster technology improves (The Center of Technology : 2014). For communication this has been revolutionising. With the invention of the internet we now have created what is known as a ‘global village’ coined by Marshall McLuhan. It explains the idea that the world is considered to be closely connected through online communication thus being interdependent economically socially and politically....   [tags: technology, social media, blogging ]
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Brick & Mortar vs. Online Stores - Saving money takes time and sensible planning. As an online business owner saving money leads to further funds for the business. Both forms of shopping have their own positives and negatives. With careful research, there are many deals to find when combing both brick and mortar and online shopping. When choosing to shop online or at a brick and mortar store, start by weighing the pros and cons of each established method of shopping. When shopping online a consumer is are able to browse multiple stores while sitting in their pajamas, no driving from store to store, and there is no need to deal with overcrowded stores....   [tags: consumer, market, purchases] 1012 words
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Media Censorship Online - Media Censorship prohibits people from seeing things online that others can. The government imposes it and punishes those who go against their ways. The censorship imposed to the people of the country revoke the freedom of speech they once thought they had. It has so much effect on those who want their voices heard. Imagine a world where the United States of America limits what the people say on social media and then locks them up for saying something that goes against the beliefs of the government....   [tags: Government, Punishments, Media, Internet]
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Online Social Networking - Table of Contents Introduction 2 Review of Literature and Technologies 4 “Out the Box” Software 4 Programming Languages 5 Integration of a Forum 6 Implementing Security 6 Proposed Methodology 7 Choosing the Language for Development 7 PHP Frameworks 8 Developing the Framework 8 Identifying Social Network Functionality 9 Users 9 Friends 10 User Profiles 11 Status Updates 12 Private and Public Messages 12 Supporting Media 12 Groups 13 Introduction Social Networking can be defined as the online grouping of individuals into a formalised community, the most common approach for online social networks are through websites....   [tags: website, member, social media] 3377 words
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Digitally Nude: A Look at Online Privacy - The popular debate question over which came first, the chicken or the egg, has never been decided. There are some very good reasons for both sides: The chicken needs the egg to be born while the egg needs the chicken to be laid. Both are capable of surviving without the other although it is tough to decide which would be the most important. The same relationship exists between the Internet and it’s consumers in the form of privacy versus information accessibility. While the concept of online privacy is desired by all computer users, it will never be realized because of the rapid evolution of Internet search tools and a growing abundance of online records....   [tags: Technology]
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The Consumer Society: Advertising and Online Shopping - This literature wishes to discuss the changes in advertising scopes, spaces of consumption and its activities that have been adopted by the generic culture with the presence of technology under the context of retail online shopping. The existence of digital science has definitely penetrated the scopes of advertising and the spaces of consumption practices in ways that we as millennial shoppers might or may not be aware of. The concurrent development of science, media and capital under the aegies of digital technology produces a kind of fast forward effect in which everything appears to take place at an accelerated rate and to produce a dramatic change in a very short time....   [tags: internet, social media]
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Three Negative Effects of Online Dating - Love, Intimacy, and Technology While movies, books, plays, and love songs certainly provide all individuals with a distorted view of both love and intimacy in today’s day and age, It also seems that it does not matter where love is mentioned or in what it is mentioned in people act like starved animals that are in need of a steak dinner. As a result all the information about love and romance and relationships that is available to individuals may provide them with a dreamy and fanciful view of love and intimacy in the digital age....   [tags: Love, Intimacy, and Technology]
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Online Tablet Reviews - ... Their tablet reviews will give the consumer the advice they need to make the best purchase decision. Consumers are assured they are getting trusted from experts that can be trusted. Their reviews and in-depth studies are often touted in a variety of ads and articles that can be found in many technology news channels. The purpose of the site is to provide value to their audience that is meaningful and beneficial. A consumer can also install their PCWord Daily app to keep up-to-date on the newest tablet computers....   [tags: Features, Quality, Technology] 600 words
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The Benefits of Creating an Online Flip Book - ... One important thing to keep in mind is a flip book that has been added to a web page will be available to users every day of the year. There are many benefits I have experienced using Yunpu.com for creating online materials. The means to make your own flip book provides many advantages that are not available with brochures, a catalog, and other standard marketing materials. Anyone who visits a website can easily access a flip book very quickly. This means a business has a new tool to advertise to new and existing customers....   [tags: marketing, web page, ease] 543 words
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Online Education as an Effective Educational Method - Online Education Over the years it has been seen that education has taken up several forms. With the advent of technology, education has also been integrated with technology. Previously it was seen that education was achieved through written forms of paper with pen or pencil. The use of pen and pencil can be dated back to the Roman Empire. However, with the developing pace the traditional means of attaining education are changing. The introduction of information technology has brought forth a new way of learning through the internet....   [tags: Education]
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Online Education Versus Traditional Education - With high speed internet available to potential students of all economic levels, schools are opting to implement online classes into their traditional teaching curriculum. As a result, our society is divided in two different ways of thinking on the education. Some believe the modern method is better than the traditional method of teaching. Personally, I believe both methods should balance one another instead of attempting to substitute one another; this way their purpose of educating will be far more successful....   [tags: Education and technology, internet, e-learning]
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Growing Up Online - I find it disconcerting that teens live much of their lives in a virtual society. “Growing Up Online”, barely scratches the surface of the breadth and depth to which technology permeates modern society. Teens continue to struggle for independence and self-identification, but with less face-to-face interaction than in the past. Many view e-communication as reaching out to the masses. Texting, the internet, and social networking connect many people with those otherwise unavailable to them. However, the connection is less personal, and more tenuous than real social encounters....   [tags: Technology] 882 words
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Online Reading Essay - Online Reading Essay America, a country created by the outcasts of Europe in the 1700’s, is a nation that consists of a diversity not known by any other country. Since the first settlers travelled to this new nation, people from all over the world have come to this great country for many different reasons. Some people come to make a better life for their families, some people come to experience freedom, some have come to stay alive and avoid genocide of their own nation, in the past some have even been forced to come to America with their lives being changed forever....   [tags: Education ]
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Online Industrial Visit - ... 1. Traditional Design Approach: The traditional design technique is based on the data flow oriented design approach. While using this technique the design phase consists of two important activities: first a structured analysis of the requirement specification is carried out where the detailed structure of the problem is examined. 2. Object-oriented design approach: Object-oriented design approach (OOD) is a relatively new technique. In this technique, various objects that occur in the problem domain and the solution domain are first identified and the different relationships that exist among these objects are identified....   [tags: web based application project] 3048 words
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Annotated Bibliography on Online Adult Learners - Annotated Bibliography The journal article: Author(s) name(s): Shinkareva, O. N., & Benson, A. D. Year of publication: (2007) Title of the article: The relationship between adult students' instructional technology competency and self-directed learning ability in an online course. Name of the journal: Human Resource Development International. Journal Number and Issue Number: Vol. 10, No. 4. Article pages: 417- 435. DOI number: 10.1080/13678860701723737 (1) What is the article about....   [tags: technology, distance, student] 540 words
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The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) - In the recent years, there has been a growing conflict between American copyright holders and website owners, both domestic and foreign, over intellectual property theft. Indeed, these copyright holders have repeatedly made attempts to block websites from committing or facilitating online piracy, while websites claim that laws that try to limit the content within websites are encouraging censorship. With the internet as an international user-controlled domain, it has been a long struggle for both sides of the conflict....   [tags: The Internet]
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How to Find Discount Coupons Online - Bags Coupons Today everybody wants to wear fashionable clothes and adorn themselves with accessories. Although different people have varied taste in accessories, a trendy or classy bag is a rare piece of accessory that everybody wants to buy. For people who have an affinity for bags, but restrict themselves from buying due to exorbitant prices, Couponland.in has a gamut of bags coupons that helps in acquiring quality bags without spending much. The bagkart.com coupon currently available at Couponland.in entitles the user a discount of 20% on shopping worth Rs 1250 and above....   [tags: promotional codes in the internet] 638 words
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Reverse Auction - Q1 Beam and Segev (1997) defined an electronic auction as a special case of electronic negotiation and an electronic reverse auction (e-RA)-synonymously named online reverse auction - is a frequently used type of electronic auction in B2B commerce. Among different procurement methods an electronic reverse auction emerged in the mid 1990s started to play an important role. Initially it was adapted by automotive and aerospace procurement managers for commodity parts. Nowadays it is applied and extensively used by many companies both of public and private sectors, non-profit organizations....   [tags: suppliers, cost, competition] 2308 words
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Accredited Online Business Degree Programs - ... University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa College of Continuing Studies - Bama by Distance Since 1831, the University of Alabama has been the state's flagship institution of higher learning. That legacy carries on with UA's Distance Education programs, offering today's students flexible, economical formats to earn degrees in chosen fields. Three of UA's top distance learning programs are in business. Interested students can earn Bachelor's or Master's degrees in three different business specialty areas....   [tags: Alabama, education, schools] 615 words
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Amazon is One of the Largest Online Retailers - ... It consists of five parts: threat of new entrants to the market, power of suppliers, power of customers, threat of substitutes, and competition in the market. Threat of New Entrants: Due to the high returns, profitable markets will always attract new firms. This results in potential of new entrants, which eventually will decrease profitability for all firms within the industry. Usually, barriers to entry factors consist are shaped by governmental policies, capital requirements, patents, cost disadvantages, independent of size, economies of scale, economies of product differences, product differentiation, switching costs or sunk costs, access to distribution, customer loyalty to establ...   [tags: cloud computing, e-commerce, suppliers] 945 words
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Technological Saga in the World of Online ARPANET - ... ------Signature prevents the transaction from being altered by anybody once it has been issued. THUS Bitcoin uses public-key cryptography, peer-to-peer networking, and proof-of-work to process and verify payments using common operating system called mining (Note: - number of bitcoin is limited to 21 million number may vary if regulation sets in, so there will be no way to “print” new money in the bitcoin network. This is to ensure the scarcity of bitcoin. There are currently about 12.2 million Bitcoins in circulation....   [tags: internet, bitcoin, transactions] 1288 words
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Online Course Development: Student Assessment - Assessment Student assessment was a key component in the development of this new online course. For any course; assessment should be based on measurable outcomes for the course. The assessment process in the new course in public policy would include multiple measures of assessment and be supported by a wide variety of materials and resources. The first assignment in each module was to read a chapter in the textbook, additional power point presentations, videos and articles are included to support the objectives for each module....   [tags: Education] 1315 words
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Online File Sharing and Internet Piracy - The United States of America is a free country, then why shouldn’t the internet be free. Why should we have restrictions placed on what we can and cannot do on the internet. Every day, millions of users share files on the internet through numerous online sources. Whether they download music, movies, or software, online file-sharing can give people access to a plentiful amount of information. These files are often free and easily accessible by anyone. The practice of distributing or providing access to digitally stored information represents file sharing (Peer-to-Peer File-Sharing and Copyright Infringement: Are You Vulnerable?)....   [tags: downloading music, internet, laws]
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Benefits of Online Class Registration System - 1) Online Class Registration System should be implemented to become a Web-based registration software that guide students to event registration online or accept course. Online Course Registration System for a class is ideal for educational camps, adult schools, corporate training programs, sports camps, and online training programs. Online class registration software involve features such as email based user accounts, security, automatic scheduling, credit card payment, registration deadline, late fee collection, and multi-course deadline....   [tags: internet, database, hackers] 1378 words
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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) - ... I’ve taken advantage of several distant learning courses in the past. I could have read a book, watched a video, or taken and actual online class. However MOOC afforded me the opportunity to get some insight to the subject at a top University for free. Through the years education has evolved with technology. Technology has changed the way students are educated. Distant learning gave education opportunity to people near and far. In the early 1700’s student used distance learning to take correspondence courses, to teach students shorthand....   [tags: learning, students, technology, education] 528 words
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Online Courses versus In-Classroom Courses - In contemporary times, the technological advancement known as the Internet, has revolutionized the way in which society is educated. This tool greatly impacts not only the field of education, but every aspect of society. Indeed, Lewin documents, “those ages 8 to 18 spend more than seven and a half hours a day” (A1), connected to the Internet. This citation illustrates the extensive amount of time today’s youth are online. To that end, the Internet is prevalent in many homes throughout the world and continues to influence the way in which people are educated both in the classroom and even while performing homework....   [tags: Education]
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Online Business: Rehab Med Care - E-Commerce Solution (Ability to Pay Online) According to U.S. Census data, e-commerce sales are increasing at a rate faster than traditional offline retail sales, raking in approximately $190 billion in sales in 2011 (Beesley , 2012). This is one of the primary reasons why offline stores and business owners are using e- commerce as a means of expanding their business. Using the internet or other computer network to transact and facilitate any business is e-commerce. E-commerce may be in the form of online shopping, internet banking, online auctions, electronic payments, gathering and use of demographic data and security of business transactions to name a few....   [tags: internet, services, search engines]
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Online Dating versus Conventional Dating - Online dating maybe the latest fad that hit the world, but conventional dating will always come out to be the best in show, Online dating has several different challenges when looking for a potential partner, for example: how does he look like, does he really look like what he says he does and the major one will he/she like how I look. While conventional dating usually requires you to have met/stalked the male or female in question, and generally unless it’s a blind date conventional dating usually involves some type of spark between the two people....   [tags: dating, match, attract] 671 words
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Online Social Networking Dangers and Benefits - For years and years, the internet has been offering a very extensive variety of information, social networking sites, merchandise purchases, online banking and many other services that our grandparents and our great grandparents could only dream of. This doesn’t mean that it’s all good or useful information and sites. Neither does it mean it hasn’t had a huge impact on the way society is changing just because it is a virtual space. “The internet is home to millions of sites, representing both commerce and the people who share their thoughts and experiences with anyone who visits” (Amp Your MySpace Page 99) The webpages that have had much more impact on society are social networking sites suc...   [tags: Social Networking, community, ]
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Adult Learning Theory in Online Education - ... Andragogy is the art or science of teaching adults (Knowles, 2012). Malcolm Knowles introduced the term in the United States in the 1960s (Wang, 2011). Knowles notes that a major psychological difference between children and adults is the realization that as an adult, one is the director of their own life. Additionally, because of this change in self awareness, teaching adults as if they are dependent does not harbor any sense of respect for their ability to be self directed. There are four assumptions which are made about adult learning in Knowles theory....   [tags: communication technology, college degrees]
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The Problem with Offline Laws for Online Complexities - As the internet has grown, subsuming nearly every facet of our daily lives on a truly global scale, the line between citizen and “netizen” has become increasingly blurred, if not nonexistent. Being the former in most modern societies now practically necessitates life as the latter – agonizing trips to the DMV can now be replaced by a few deft clicks on a government website, news is more often consumed via pixels than in print, and an email account has become a practical essentiality for both business and personal communications....   [tags: internet, communication, crime] 653 words
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Wikipedia is an Evolving, Online Encyclopedia Website - ... Ss12 is 21 years old and has been registered as a Wikipedia user for 8 years (Wikipedia). As such, Ss12 is a clear example of digital natives valuing Wikipedia since this user has his own Wikipedia page while also adding and editing other Wikipedia pages. Thus Ss12 exhibits digital native values of brainstorming ideas with other digital natives which Wikipedia allows. Digital natives are more drawn toward Wikipedia than literate man because digital natives have always used the Internet with which they have learned they can receive instantaneous results....   [tags: articles, digital natives, editable] 1789 words
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Adult Learning through Online Education - Adult learners are different than youth learners because they understand why is important for them to learn and they can integrate new information with past experiences enhancing the process and overcoming barriers like fears or behaviors. In this century higher education is occurring through internet too, by online courses that led the student to a diploma of the same value as the traditional one. Adult learners enrolling in online courses are increasing year after year and more traditional institutions are starting to use online education as a method to get new students....   [tags: internet, education] 1225 words
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AMC Theaters Online Job Applications - Looking for a super place to work. Great benefits. Fun environment. AMC Theaters job application online can start you on your way. Any prospective job seeker knows that AMC is our second largest theater chain in the States. And a great employer to work for, either as a first or second job. With the online job application being a kind of norm in today’s hiring and job hunting environment, it is sometimes easier and quicker to fill out and start your way to a new career. Even though companies are using the online employment applications, the basic rules of filling out applications have remained the same....   [tags: Employment] 720 words
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Volatility Standard Deviation Online Help - Volatility standard deviation online help. Introduction to volatility standard deviation online help: Let us see about volatility standard deviation online help. Volatility deviation is the statistics term that provides a better indication of volatility. It estimates how widely values are discrete from the standard. The distribution is the distinction among the definite value and the average value. The superior differentiation among the closing prices and the average price, the superior standard deviation will be and the superior the volatility....   [tags: Math] 509 words
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Online Courses versus In-Classroom Courses - Current modern technological advancements have brought the international community to a new stage in our path through this world through utilizing the device that is the internet. In particular, the internet used as a tool has made significant everlasting changes on society’s educational process as it was in the past. Indeed, there are many similarities and dissimilarities between today’s contemporary online courses and the more classic conventional in-class experience. Both have teachers that instruct their students on the subject matter....   [tags: Education]
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Casino Bonus is Great Online Entertainment - ... If you are not registered then you are lucky. We will start you with a ten dollars free bonus. Simply enter the bonus code. Bonus code: CC5000 This new casino bonus code is also referred for its much payment, with a record jackpot of over 2.5 million dollars and, really, even if you don’t hit the next big one, you can as well make or get a big payout just by using our special Mansion Casino bonus code. Mobile Bonuses and Promotion This mobile casino bonus is currently available and is an exclusive sign up offer that gives new users an additional 100% bonus on their first 10 deposits to their account, limited to a maximum of $1000....   [tags: gaming, jackpot, club] 647 words
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Comparing Online Learning to Traditional Education - ... While students found the online course to provide convenience and access, they also cited technical issues and isolationism as drawbacks (Grimes, 2002.) If a student is unable to afford or operate the basic equipment necessary for distance learning, it is difficult to expect positive results or even intellectual growth through the classroom materials. Through self -regulated learning, many students will find an extremely beneficial learning experience when taking classes in a distance setting....   [tags: distance learning courses] 955 words
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Online Gaming Addiction Among Teenagers - Impact of the issue related with gaming The playing of online games impacts teenage gamers socially, educationally, ethically and psychologically on teenagers. This issue involves numerous stake holders. They are mainly teenagers, parents, friends, policeman, and the game company. The advantage of playing online game is that it allows people to communicate to numerous numbers of others from different cultural backgrounds and countries. In the game, a gamer may want to exchange his item with someone....   [tags: Tips, Impact, Video Games] 1572 words
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Evaluation of the myIT Labs Online System - Executive Summary This report covers an evaluation of the myIT Labs software. It provides an insight into why the software does not meet its intended objective of instructing individuals in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel. This is based on weekly testing. This report includes findings that outline the undesirable aspects that compromise the software including the layout, content learned, the ease of use and the Instruction Clarity and how these aspects fail to create a positive learning environment....   [tags: gcflearnfree]
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Online Banking Fraud Suffers Increase - A. Presentation of the issue Online banking is a service that many modern banks provide now a day and with the passage of time more and more people are using this service (Anonymous, 2010) due to the commodity and convenience of doing payment transactions (Lanham, 2008) directly from their homes instead of going to an actual bank (Ponemon, 2005). However as the number of credit cards used to make transactions on the internet increases also does the number of people that fall into frauds and phishing scams made to obtain their private information (Unknown, 2010)....   [tags: Finance]
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International Copyright vs. Online Piracy - ... Bit Torrents allowed users to download from other users, but rather than from just one, bits of a downloaded files are randomly pieced together from thousands of sources. However, The Pirate Bay, unlike other sites, was different. Its servers, as well as the men who founded the site, are Swedish. Sweden’s copyright laws are very lose, especially on content protected by foreign entities. American (as well as other nations’) copyrights don’t stand in Swedish courts. This seemingly untouchable strategy still stands today, as The Pirate Bay is the largest online piracy site in the world....   [tags: prodit, market, information, technology] 1768 words
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Case Study of Bizweek Online Services - ... Thereby, most of the time eroding the investments of ordinary shareholders, Inflation risk at a time of hyperinflation or for a lesser extent the Mortality risk which is you to receive inadequate benefit for the money invested in stocks, stocks aren’t that much liquid as opposed to money in the bank therefore and interference with investment would hinder returns maximisation (Landes, 2012). In contrast, investment in bank accounts are much safer option because bank interests do not change due to market fluctuations and are certain that money would be intact even if the bank goes bankrupt by the Australian Government Deposit Guarantee Guide (the Guarantee Scheme) (Guaranteescheme.gov.au,...   [tags: investment decision making process]
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Finding the Best Online Primary Sources - ... I would also used some analogies such as the rich get richer and the poor get poorer to persuade the reader that Great Britain only pursued colonies that would have sometime to offer such as land, natural resources, good agriculture, food, labor, and most importantly gold. We have learned that throughout history, Great Britain had needs to expand its empire due to its limited resources and space within the country. Its strategic location had allowed it to expand the way it had. Its location also allowed for goods to be imported from any angle given that its surround by water....   [tags: research, paper, gold, information, britian] 908 words
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E-Commerce Solutions for Online Business - ... As a bonus, John’s customers’ billing and shipping information will be stored with PayPal automatically, so customers don’t have to reenter information on future visits. Electronic checks is another great service, also called ACH processing. ACH allows a customer to use funds taken directly from a personal or business bank account. The funds are then deposited directly into your bank account. For John, this service represents lower processing fees per transaction than with credit cards. It can range from 29 cents per transaction to more than a dollar for each check....   [tags: business transactions over the internet] 950 words
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Fortunes Made Online from Home - ... A product or service will not move unless you tell people that it is on the shelf. Be more resourceful than other marketers are. Find out the strong points of the product or service and utilize them to your advantage. To keep the customer coming back repeatedly, make sure the customer leaves satisfied. Go out on limp much further than other marketers are willing to go. Research is also a key component in perfect marketing. Make sure all the information about the product is correct. Misinformation about product or services leads to negative reviews....   [tags: millionaries, internet, terms, cost, services] 823 words
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Dell’s Online Products and Services - ... 2) Development of Dell’s digital strategy Internal influences: -Corporative objectives and strategy: Dell Computer's strategy was built around a number of core elements: build-to-order manufacturing, mass customization, partnerships with suppliers, just-in-time components inventories, direct sales, market segmentation, customer service, and extensive data and information sharing with both supply partners and customers. -Marketing strategy: External influences: -Competitor strategies: Lenovo: Lenovo adopts “protect/attack” strategy by: 1) Expanding and maintaining leading market share in the Chinese market....   [tags: build-to-order manufacturing, partnerships] 1848 words
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Your Online Journey Starts Here - ... With the right set up you will be able to promote to that consumer through auto responder messages. People will opt into your website through a squeeze page. That squeeze page will capture the consumer’s name and email address. Once you have that information it is then your responsibility to keep them interested and wanting more information on the subject. The more information that the consumer can use the better off both of you will be. You will learn how to ensure to keep the attention of the consumer and make them like you....   [tags: internet, market, entrepreneur] 592 words
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Contemporary ERP Based Online Banking - 1. Introduction Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is an information system integrates accounting, financial, production, sales, and human-resources, and other management information of the whole organization. ERP system can be customized to the requirements of individual companies. In recent years, the fusion between ERP and on-line banking system has been blooming fast. Major bank groups like Bank of America Merrill Lynch and HSBC are promoting related services to clients. In this report, a general introduction on ERP banking technology with examples is provided....   [tags: Information Technology ]
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Let kids Run Wild Online - ... Over protective parents also harm their kids by not letting them learn from their mistakes, kids are not developing the skills to confront the struggles of the world, and kids won’t really know what their personality without their parents watching them all the time. The best way parents can help their children is not by motoring what they do in the internet but by having good communication with their kids and by teaching them values and morals because their kids will encounter dangers wherever they go and parents can’t be with them all the time....   [tags: article analysis, freedom] 673 words
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Inline or Online - “Inline” or “online”, this very question is being asked by many different schools all around the country. As we enter a new age of technology, more and more schools are beginning to see the benefits of being “online” Over 100 years ago Albert Einstein could have never imagined this thing we call the Internet. Although he was busy discovering nuclear fusion and theory’s to explain even the most puzzling questions, the Internet was never a thought that would come up. The Internet can be used to find all sorts of information, from the author of a famous book that you’ve been dying to read, or the stock quotes for the day....   [tags: essays research papers] 1051 words
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Video-Blogging Industry: Online Video - Video-Blogging Industry Video-blogging is a relatively new form of internet communication that dates back to the year 2000 (and specifically, to the start of the longest-running video blog in history by Adam Kontras) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_blog). Nowadays online video is a very promising way of making people aware of one’s brand and company. According to YouTube statistics, each month more than 1 billion unique users visit YouTube and over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month there (i.e., almost an hour for every person on Earth)....   [tags: search engine, videos, tutorials]
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The New Trend of Online Banking - The New Trend of Online Banking Picture what our bank looks like today: the brick building, the drive thru window, large vaults, and the counter full of tellers waiting to service their customers. This is the traditional bank that we have all grown up with, the classic brick-and-mortar business model, a fundamentally sound business model that has been successful for hundreds of years. So what has changed with our banks today. Well, the brick-and-mortar model still exists but there is a new trend that all banks are moving towards, the click-and-brick e-business model....   [tags: Papers] 1165 words
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