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Waiting Times in the Emergency Rooms in Canada - Introduction Because of the lack of organization with the health care providers in Canada, the wait times are too long and can cause serious complications to any condition the patient went in for in the first place. This situation of how the health care system can resolve wait times was brought to the government but they continue to ignore the proposals brought to them. It is possible to resolve the problems of wait times without extreme change and expenses in the health care system. The solution is to be found in the reorganization of the health care providers....   [tags: Emergency Rooms Essays] 2148 words
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The Details of Chat Rooms and Online Communities - Online communities. What are they. Well I’m not too sure. One thing I can tell you is that when I hear those words I usually think of chat rooms. I am sure you know that if you go online one of the things you can do is go into the chat rooms. In fact, one of the first things I did when I first go America Online was go into a chat room. I remember my friends telling me how much fun it was. I wondered what was so fun about it. f I wanted to talk to someone why wouldn’t it be more exciting to just pick up the phone and call some one or just get together with some of my friends....   [tags: Online Communities, internet, USA, chat rooms,] 793 words
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Types of Rooms in the Hotel Industry - In the hotel industry with a certain service satisfy to customer needs. It was different and includes the different of customers as well. It is based on the theories of Maslow. That divides the different needs of people, from basic needs to the highest demands. This, in the hotel industry had been variety of services that reflect the level of customer needs. In each hotel have a wide variety of structures and designs vary. In order to meet the needs of customers. This will include a safety and convenience for the customers....   [tags: hotels, needs, designs] 671 words
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Mini Clinics and Emergency Rooms - Introduction Emergency rooms are severely overcrowded with wait times that are exorbitant. There are three different types of people who go to an emergency department. The first type of person is severely ill or injured and needs immediate care. Of course, when they go into the emergency room, their expectation is to receive immediate care and attention. The second type of person that goes to an emergency department for care is someone who tried to make an appointment with their primary care Physician but no appointments were available....   [tags: immediate care, emergency department]
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Safety Programs in Operating Rooms - Safety Program – Simulations and Mock Scenarios in Operating Rooms Various forms of health care technology are being utilized today to enhance the skills of health care professionals, as well as improve quality outcomes. Considering the complex and high-risk nature of the operative setting, integrating simulations or mock scenarios has become a growing trend in fostering high-reliability interdisciplinary teamwork. The following paper focuses on the development and implementation of a simulation-based safety program within the operative setting of a health care facility in an effort to reduce adverse or never events....   [tags: health care, simulations, risk] 2287 words
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Area Export Report: Locker Rooms - Lighting Lighting is also an important feature of locker rooms. The lighting should be adequate enough for the space. There are certain lights that are to be used for the damp locations of a locker room such as the showering areas and their quality and price vary based on the materials used (Plaza, 2012). The locker rooms should be well-lit and the walls and ceilings should also be painted with lighter colors. By keeping the space light and bright, this also helps to avoid theft by not having dark areas and corners (Hightower, 2011)....   [tags: amenities, lighting]
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The Pros and Cons of Chat Rooms - Chat rooms in today’s society can be a good and bad thing. First off what is a chat room. A chat room to me is a place where you can go and talk to people about different things. They have them from preteens up to adults. It is very easy to get into the rooms no matter what age you are. There is no real way for anyone to check if you are of age when using a computer. This makes it simple for me or anyone to get caught up in something that I shouldn’t be doing. To get connected to a chat room all you have to do is going to yahoo and click on chat....   [tags: Pro Con Essays] 952 words
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Death and Dying in Capote's Other Voices, Other Rooms - Death is, perhaps, the most universal of themes that an author can choose to write of. Death comes to all things; not so love, betrayal, happiness, or suffering. Each death is certain, but each is also unique. In Other Voices, Other Rooms, Truman Capote addresses several deaths, and each is handled in its individual fashion. From the manner of the death to its effect on those it touches, Capote crafts vignettes within the story to give the reader a very different sense of each one. The events in the novel are predicated upon the death of Joel's mother....   [tags: Truman Capote, Literary Analysis]
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Internet Chat Rooms - Internet Chat Rooms missing works cited Over the course of the last several years I have explored several on line communities such as intimate adult chat, travel, dogs, trivia, and writers. Mostly I was curious about what draws people to chat rooms and what benefit, if any, is derived from their going to chat rooms. I was also curious as to whether people actually used the information gleaned, whether it was beneficial or did they simply just check out rooms because they were lonely and wanted to find new friends who had similar interests....   [tags: Technolgy Computers Communication Essays] 1724 words
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The Pros and Cons of Internet Chat Rooms - The Pros and Cons of Internet Chat Rooms Computers have affected our lives in so many ways. To the way we finance things, to the way we find our future significant other. The outcomes of computers probably happen with in the last five years, give or take some. It had made people become in love with being in a virtual world and new people. That now in “real” life the people do not know how to act around not virtual people. In this report I plan to take a look at the pros and cons of meeting/talking to people over the net....   [tags: Technology] 819 words
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Lesson Planning and Teacher Chat Rooms - Lesson Planning and Teacher Chat Rooms The nature of research and discovery of a topic at one time used to be complicated. Going to the library, searching through piles of cards that were categorized and confusing in itself. Trying to find the various sections of material and checking out the material (books, periodicals, etc.) I just thought, thank God for the library course offered through the University. How would I have ever found what I was looking for. I could brows through the high school, junior high school library, but when I got to college and saw the different library buildings....   [tags: Education Technology Internet Papers]
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Emergency Rooms or Hospitals Deserve a more Positive Recognition than They Truly Receive - ... Where does a brother apologize to a sibling he has wronged for so long. Where does a grandchild pray for the recovery of the grandmother who took him in at the age of five. Where does a husband plead for his wife's recovery after being together for twenty-five years. Where does a friend realize just how much the person strapped to the dripping IV means to him. And where do you realize just how blessed you are to still be alive after a traumatizing accident. Emergency rooms and hospitals are uncomfortable and at times, unforgivable....   [tags: doctors, bad-news, prayers] 741 words
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Online Communities - Chat Rooms and Discussion Boards - Online Communities - Chat Rooms and Discussion Boards To those who have never experienced an online community they may seem pointless, a waste of time or simply childish. However, for those that have expanded beyond the traditional means of communication such as, talking on the telephone or conversing face-to-face, online communities offer a new and exciting means of communication. They offer a chance to meet others, gain advice, voice an opinion, defend an argument, or to simply relax and have a little fun....   [tags: Internet Cyberspace Essays] 1338 words
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Personal Narrative- Time Spent in Waiting Rooms - Personal Narrative- Time Spent in Waiting Rooms As I get older there are a few things I’ve started to notice. One that really stands out is the amount of time I spend in waiting rooms. In my particular situation, I have an 85-year-old father, a wife, a fifteen-year-old son, four house cats, goats, horses, dogs, a few other relatives, and assorted other animals that turn up from time to time. My father, who has been a widower for several years, has a variety of ailments. Primary among these ailments are boredom and loneliness....   [tags: Personal Narrative] 879 words
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On The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe - On The Masque of the Red Death In The Masque of the Red Death, Edgar Allan Poe writes about how Prince Prospero holds a masque in a sealed abbey to try to forget about the Red Death. There are seven rooms in the abbey which have matching windows and decorations. A figure dressed as a deceased individual appears in the midst of the masque; Prince Prospero chases him to the scarlet room where he dies followed by everyone else. Edgar Allan Poe once said, “It is my design to render it manifest that no point in its composition is referable either to accident or intuition…” Poe placed imagery and symbolism in The Masque of the Red Death to design meaning into the story....   [tags: colors, dreams, rooms]
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Problems with Self-Contained Classrooms for Disabled Students - ... In this study, self-determination was identified as feelings of autonomy, self-regulation, psychological perspectives, empowerment, and self-realization (Jones & Hensley, 2012). The area most impacted for self-contained students was psychological empowerment. Teachers in the research study stated that the self-contained students were more dependent on the classroom staff for learning support (Jones & Hensley, 2012). These students were more likely to seek assistance on simple assignments that they could have easily completed on their own....   [tags: education, IDEA, resource rooms] 1526 words
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The House in Peru - ... Once I open the door to the front porch I will find myself in an upper area that included all the accessories for the shop, after walking down another two big steps, you would find yourself in the living room where I would remember playing with Graisy. After I entered the living room I would go through a door, to find myself in a hallway, the first door was the kitchen, a door down to my right would be Graisy’s room and to my left my grandparent’s room. After you keep walking down the hallway, you will find yourself with a big open area that had no roof, the open area included a door to the bathroom, and a huge sink where we would get water from and also shower Graisy....   [tags: grandparents, memories, rooms] 618 words
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The Pros and Cons of Three Types of Online Communities- Chat Rooms, Social Network Sites, and Online Classrooms - An online community is a network of people who come together and communicate online, usually because of a common interest or goal. There are many different types of online communities. Some examples of online communities are: email distribution lists, message boards and newsgroups, instant message (IM) services, chat rooms, blogging sites, social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook, and online classrooms/school groups. I intend to discuss three of these types of online communities – chat rooms, social network sites, and online classrooms/school groups – and look into the pros and cons of using each of these....   [tags: internet, technology]
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E-mail, Instant Messaging and Chat Rooms: The New Letter? - E-mail, Instant Messaging and Chat Rooms: The New Letter. Personal communication over distance used to be laborious – considerable physical impediments slowed the process. In the 1800’s, an aristocratic gentlemen hand-penned a letter with a quill pen and bottled ink, sealed the envelope with melted wax, and sent a footman to hand-deliver the missive to his faraway love; in the midst of battle, foot-soldiers ran relays across hostile territories, rushing battle plans to waiting troops; news of the California gold rush galloped across America by horseback....   [tags: Communication Communicating Essays]
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The Flagler Museum - The Flagler Museum was an experience unlike any other. From the moment I walked through the doors into the grandiose hall, to the moment I stepped back into reality from the dream that I felt I had just been a part of, I was in sheer awe and amazement at the detail and decadence of this former home. The rooms that I found to be most intriguing in terms of color and texture were the Master Bedroom, the Blue Room, the Pink Room, The Library, and the Yellow Roses room. The Master Bedroom was one of the first rooms that I set out to see, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that the color they had chosen for this room was yellow....   [tags: Rooms, Description, Texture] 880 words
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Technology and Catching Child Pornography Users - In this society today, fathers of children all the way to school psychologists are being caught with child pornography today. The crime for child pornography has been becoming a very serious situation and has led to 4,000 arrests, 1,600 people charged and 1,200 convictions. What new technology does is create opportunities to do as a job that customers want done, such as helping police find crimes on the internet. The arrests in child pornography have majorly increased based on the help of technology in society today, the help of online chat rooms, high-technology-based police work, and a simple white van....   [tags: online chat rooms, watchers, users, predators]
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The Internet and The Increase of Online Predators - A change has occurred regarding the increase of online predators. The internet has been one of the most important technological advancements this century. The internet has allowed people from all over the world to communicate with family, friends, and strangers. But it has also caused major concern. With everyone communicating through online forums, social networks, and chat rooms, it is impossible to figure out who the people are talking to. With the internet, people are able to live multiple lives....   [tags: online forums, social networks, and chat rooms]
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The Herb Garden - The Herb Garden The Internet until recently has not been something I am overly familiar with. It has only been in the last year that I have really been using a computer for much beyond word processing, and email. The Internet and its online communities, are a completely new experience for me, and quite a foreign one at that. During this past semester, I have found myself needing to look up all sorts of different information, and the Internet has been a primary source for that information. Since I have AOL, I attempted to get used to my computer and how the Internet works, by spending time in the AOL chat areas....   [tags: Internet Chat Rooms Communication Essays] 1201 words
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Overcrowding in Hospitals - Introduction: I went to the emergency department with my brother who had hurt his hand during a soccer game at this school. I was tensed, blood was oozing vigorously, and he was crying with pain. In such a condition when I stepped into the emergency department, I was shocked to find out that there was a long waiting queue outside the door. Patients were waiting in a queue to be attended by the emergency assistance. At first I thought, I might have mistakes the OPD department for Emergency due to tension....   [tags: American Healthcare, Emergency Rooms]
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Financial Ratios from Income Statements from Hospitality Management - Financial Ratios from Income Statements: Accounting in hospitality management is carried out to identify and document financial issues and produce information regarding an organization’s assets, liabilities, and investments. Through this process, the management of a hospitality establishment understands and interprets financial ratios, which are crucial for basic control of operations in the establishments. Some of the most important financial ratios in hospitality accounting include average daily rate, occupancy percentage, room sales to total sales, cost of food sold percentage, profit margins for rooms and F&B, housekeeping cost per occupied room, and cost of beverage sold percentage....   [tags: assets, investments, hotel] 540 words
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Health Care Design - In this research paper, we will first discuss current problems in health care design and what improvements can be made. Then we will proceed into how hospitals and nursing homes are “going green”. Lastly, we will touch the psychological effects design has on patients and how design can be used to benefit the health of patients. All in all, we are thinking as if we are designers involved in the health care industry and are looking into becoming environmentally efficient, while maintaining a pleasing aesthetic and comfortably accommodating people in bad times of health....   [tags: ASHE, EPA, sustainable hospitals]
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Walking Dead and Game of Thrones - The two TV shows which I have chosen for this topic are The Walking dead and Game of thrones. The Walking Dead: The main protagonist in the film is the deputy Sheriff Rick Grimes who has been shot and when he wakes up he finds himself in a post apocalyptic world in which zombies are everywhere. He gets out on a search for his wife and son and reunites with them later. He finds out that there are many survivors just like him who must fight each other and the zombies in order to survive. It is a TV series and most of the locations shows in this series are out in the environment and everything looks like a ruin....   [tags: TY shows]
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Exploring the Career in Lodging Industry - Introduction The purpose of this paper is to explore a career in the lodging industry. The elements investigated include job responsibilities, career opportunities, trends, skills and attitudes necessary for success, professional organizations, and a self analysis. This research is based on an interview, hospitality magazines, textbooks, academic articles, trade journals, websites and blogs. In order to understand hospitality, one must know where it comes from and what it exactly means. The word “hotel” comes from the Latin adjective ‘hospitale’, which means hosts....   [tags: hospitality, hotel, confidence, mangament, tourism]
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Responding with Forgiveness - One of the most difficult and toughest things humans are ever called upon to do is to respond to evil with kindness. Everyone loves to hear stories about others who have responded to hatred with love, and were somehow able to forgive the unforgivable. These stories institute pleasure and bliss into people and overall restore their faith that there is still good in the word. Whereas these “feel good” stories are uplifting to listen to, when this same idea is demanded on a personal level the result is usually anger, depression, or hatred....   [tags: Poem Analyses, Difficulty, Forgetting]
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Buckingham Palace: A Fascinationg Destination - Buckingham Palace, established in 1703, serves as the home of the royal British monarchy (the Queen and her extended family) and provides the perfect setting for special occasions such as weddings, tea parties, and the Changing of the Guard. One of the world’s most significant buildings is Buckingham Palace. This building has over 50,000 people visit each year for banquets and royal events (NWE 1). Representing the British Empire, the palace symbolizes the British royalty (NWE 1). They constructed it for the Duke of Buckingham (EBP 1)....   [tags: Royal British Monarchy] 1229 words
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The Cycad Lodge and Chalets - ... • To be the leading business with a 5 star service deliveries. • To turn moments into ever lasting memories. • To keep guests happy and satisfied. • To lead through the hospitality service and gain that right through. Please list and describe some of your innovations. The cycad is one of a kind, an exclusive hotel with a variety of accommodation contributing to the hospitality difference ,our passion is to meet every guests needs since 1995 and continuing to taking care of people. Ranging from a two sleeper room dates people love it and then to eight sleepers self-catering always come back apartments....   [tags: marketing for hospitality and tourism]
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French Baroque: Walls and Ceilings - ... The ceiling, second only to the chimneypiece, was an integral part of the Baroque design (Blakemore, 2006). Beamed ceilings were popular, as were flat, barrel-vaulted, dome-vaulted, and a coved transition from wall to ceiling. While ceilings sometimes remained plan and white, paintings, fresco, and stucco were often applied, especially when occupants could afford the heightened decoration. A notable example, Fontainebleau used illusionist painting on the ceiling. Illusionistic paintings increased in popularity as ceilings became the focal points of the rooms (Harwood et al., 2002)....   [tags: artistic periods, history of European art] 1404 words
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The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe: Analysis - The Masque of the Red Death is an allegorical story written by Edgar Allan Poe. This story is about Prince Prospero who tried to save himself of a dangerous disease (known as the Red Death) but he end up dying in his castle along with his friends. This allegorical story is divided in meaningful points which are represented in relevant symbols such as the clock, which represents time; the seven chambers, which stand for seven life stages of humans; the characters, which correspond to different reactions of people facing difficulties; and the Prospero’s dance of life, which means a religion concept related with the holy trinity....   [tags: prince prospero, professor Zimmerman]
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The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allen Poe - Edgar Allen Poe wrote the short story “The Masque of the Red Death” in 1842. While only one character is actually named, Prince Prospero, the story builds apprehension just based on the descriptions and not on dialogue. The narrator is never named and it is a mystery as to this person’s involvement in the story. The ambiguousness of the narrator also helps build the drama throughout the story. “The Masque of the Red Death” tells the story of a group of wealthy people who are trying to ignore and separate themselves from a terrible disease that is sweeping across their country....   [tags: prince prospero, symbolism]
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Accomidations of the The Eden Roc Hotel in Miami - The Eden Roc hotel and resort is an oceanfront tower located on Collins Avenue in central Miami Beach, it’ s 11 miles from the airport, 2 miles from the Miami Beach Convention Center , 5 miles from South Beach and 2.2 miles from Loews Miami Beach. Eden Roc emphasizes value for money and comfort; it is an ideal venue for business and leisure travelers with new modern accommodations and traditionally warm hospitality. Eden Roc is a full service hotel with 631 rooms. The hotel was restored in 1997 by architects Spillis Candela and Partners, and expanded in 2006....   [tags: quality, comfort, pricing] 2282 words
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Symbolism in The Masque of the Red Death - Edgar Allen Poe, in the short story “The Masque of the Red Death”, shows how people may try to outsmart death and surpass it, but in the end they will die since death is inevitable. He reveals this in the book by showing all the people closed up in the abbey that belongs to Prince Prospero. They are trying to escape the “Red Death” and think that they can escape the death by hiding away in the abbey. They manage to stay safe for six months but in the end they all die after the stroke of midnight during the masquerade ball Prince Prospero puts on from the Red Death itself which appears after midnight and leaves no survivors in the end....   [tags: Masque of the Red Death Essays]
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Internet Addicts in Danger - Internet Addicts in Danger Internet chat rooms have become a devastating disadvantage to the social interaction and growth of people in the world. More and more of the world’s youth are becoming addicted to Internet chat rooms. Not only are Internet chat room relationships leading to impersonal contact of people hiding flaws behind anonymity, they are leading to the abduction of many underage individuals. In an article published in The Age, a magazine in Melbourne, Australia, Doctor Mubarak Rahamathulla has researched teenagers that have become "pathologically addicted" to Internet chat rooms....   [tags: Technology Computers Communication Essays]
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The Masque of the Red Death: Symbolism - The author, Edgar Allan Poe, using illusion or misdirection keeps the reader is suspense throughout this story called "The Masque of the Red Death". Symbolism such as the colored rooms, the impressive clock, the feeling of celebration being at a party all makes this story feel like a fairytale. Poe used this fairytale style and converts it into a nightmare in disguise. In the "Masque of the Red Death," the first sentence, "The Red Death had long devastated the country," sets the tone for the whole story....   [tags: edgar allan poe] 1428 words
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Pompei: The Day the Sun Hid - The vibrant mosaic tiles of the bath house became monochrome as thick grayness shrouded it, hiding the sun behind a wall of dust and ash. The bathwater, previously still and clear, rippled and reflected the dark sky. A glaring spew of fire lit the darkness, taking over the top of Mount Vesuvius. Nothing cascaded from the volcano except for rocks and ash. People stood up, confused as to where the day went. But soon, debris dropped from the sky like pebbles thrown from the heavens, covering the town and causing destruction in its path....   [tags: Vibrant Mosaic Tiles, Bath House, Mount Vesuvius]
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The Use Of Symbols In "The Masque Of The Red Death" - Everyone fears their own death, thus why some people will do anything to escape it. In Edgar Allan Poe's short story, “The Masque of the Red Death”, this fear is experienced by all. In the story, a prince named Prospero and his people try to elude the Red Death through seclusion and isolation in the prince's abbey. However, no walls can stop death since it is unavoidable and inescapable. Throughout the story, Poe uses symbols such as the rooms, the masked figure, and the clock to convey the theme that no one can escape death....   [tags: Review Analysis Poetry] 1118 words
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Dangers of Internet Misuse - Many services we use every day can have potentially dangerous and unpleasant side effects. Most of us use these services every day like E-mail, Chat Rooms, Instant Messaging, and Social Networking sites. Is access to the vast amounts of uncensored information available on the Internet harmful. These services, although convenient, could have undesired side effects. The next time you or family uses one of these services, please think about the topics discussed in this paper. It might help you avoid potentially dangerous or embarrassing situations....   [tags: Technology] 1443 words
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Wonders of Cupertino Center - More often than not, most of us have probably been to a place wherein we feel uneasy, agitated, or even tensed. We are put into a seemingly uninviting environment that is totally new to us that we can't help but to want to escape from it as soon as we can. Homesickness as some people may call it, some of us tend to long for the things and the people we are accustomed to be surrounded with. But I guess it's just safe to say that this isn't always the case. Every once in a while, we come upon a place that right from that moment of encounter, it seizes our hearts and grabs our attention....   [tags: Feeling At Home, School] 987 words
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A New Model for Education and Architectural Expression in Women’s Colleges - The 1885 opening of Bryn Mawr College, represented the beginning of the end for traditional pedagogy and campus design for women’s colleges. Although its original scheme drew on Smith College’s design principles, the boundaries imposed in Northampton were cast off in the development of the new college. Molded by a woman experienced with Cornell, Johns Hopkins, and German universities, Bryn Mawr provided its students with a distinctive blend of university and women’s college. In this way, it separated from the architectural and governance practices that had typified the higher education of women and adopted for women the academic environment, scholarship, and behaviors of men....   [tags: Bryn Mawr, quaker lady, women's college]
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Online Predators and the Need for Preventative Measures - The Internet is an immense database that provides users with a tremendous amount of information on research, commerce, and entertainment. Unfortunately, as the internet keeps advancing, online predators continue to become more successful in what they do. The internet is an ideal network for pedophiles to pursue their interests and fixations with young children. It enables them to locate and interact with adolescents more rapidly than ever before. Although the idea of pedophiles luring children in on the internet is a horrifying image, it is happening....   [tags: Online Predators, internet, information techonolog]
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Analyzing Danielle Harper’s ‘A Slice of Sleep’ - The great screenwriter and director Robert Bresson is quoted as saying “Make visible what, without you, might never have been seen.” This statement is incredibly true of Danielle Harper’s screenplay ‘A Slice of Sleep’. Harper has created a world full of colour that reads to be a world of bleak darkness as it can be joyfully bright and uplifting. The word ‘journey’ is much overused, but perfectly describes the contents of Harper’s script. The following discourse will be looking at how Harper has followed screenwriting conventions, such as the ‘where’, ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’ and using popular screenwriting theorist texts such as Robert McKee’s ‘Story’ (1999) and Syd Field’s ‘The Definitive Gu...   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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Tourists Love 10 Popular Hotels in India - India is popular for its history, culture and hospitality thus each year, millions of tourists both local and international visits India. To truly enjoy India, you must be able to spend some time to visit some of the nation’s world famous hotels which are distributed across the nations. This allows you to also visit the different parts of the nations as well see many famous monuments located in the different regions. India is rich in history and has hundreds of historical monuments which can be visited while visiting the different hotels....   [tags: culture, hospitality, resorts] 664 words
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Pollution and The Industry of Civil Engineering - The industry of Civil Engineering produces a lot of unwanted waste and pollutions. There are solid waste, air and even sound pollution during construction. In addition, for most structures, it will eventually be demolished and materials become waste. This is the reason why the topic sustainability has been so popular these years. The definition of sustainable development by Brundtland, 1987, is 'Sustainable development meets the economic, social and environmental needs and interests of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs and interests.' The biggest concern nowadays is considered to be resources as it is limited on the earth, however, hum...   [tags: solid waste, construction, structures] 1254 words
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The Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe - Edgar Allan Poe describes , in this story , the arrival of a tragic plague : the black death . The characters in this story are the Prince Prospero and his guests, invited by him in his palace to try to escape the disease ; protagonist but perhaps the greater the mask of the red death . "The Red Death had long devastated the country . No pestilence had ever been so fatal , or so hideous . Blood was ITS Avatar and Its seal "                   The narrator of this story is omniscient and narrates the events in the first person , in the narrative, there is a definite plot , but corresponds perfectly with the fable : we can therefore speak of a parallel totale.La story is divided into three main...   [tags: plague, black death, prospero] 1261 words
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