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The Role of Teenagers in Electronic Piracy - The Role of Teenagers in Electronic Piracy *Works Cited Not Included How does teenage piracy counteract with society. Is it flawless or does our society bring these young minds out of our world and label them as outcasts. Is there a reason why these kids are this way. I this essay it will be discussed in what manner teenage piracy, vulgarly known as hacking, affects the minds and the bodies of the young adults and how we as parents and leaders should treat this disease. A kid can get introduced to the world of hacking at a very early age....   [tags: Papers] 330 words
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Teenagers and Alcohol - Teenagers and Alcohol “Spank them moderately and send them to church and don’t give them anything to drink until they’re 18, and that’s about all we can say.” This advice was given by the Associated Press to parents of teenagers regarding the topic of alcohol. The facts have shown, however, that this is not all parents can say or do. So people believe talking to children about alcohol will make them more curious and more prone to using alcohol. But studies have shown that children who receive frank information about the dangers of alcohol are less likely to want to try it....   [tags: Social Commentary] 317 words
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The Internet and the Advancement of Technology - The Internet and the Advancement of Technology Since the art of making fire and creating handcrafted tools, our civilization has come a long way. Science and technology are making advances at an amazing rate. From telephones to the Internet, calculators to computers, cars to rockets and satellites, we are submerged in a sea of discoveries and inventions made possible by science. Computers have often been cited as the greatest boom offered by technology to humanity. Its entry revolutionized the whole world....   [tags: Information Technology, Inventions ] 327 words
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Technology and Capitalist Control - Technology and Capitalist Control The evolvement of technology from in the past to today has changed drastically. There are things that people used to do for jobs that they can not do because of the evolution of machinery. These machines do exactly the same thing as what the worker would do but in only half the time. These evolutions of technology are not just with machinery; it has also evolved in other areas such as electrical, chemical, and other physical forces. These tools of machinery that society uses has only happened because of the growth of scientific principles....   [tags: Technology Evolution, Informative] 324 words
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Markets for Technology - Licensing tends to be chosen in a distant market, when the market share of the licensor is small and when the downstream market is significantly competitive. Market for technology provokes effective internal management and organization of companies’ intellectual property. On the other hand, for small firms, markets for technology increase the usefulness of strategies based on specialization of such firms in technology development. They do not need to incur expensive and shaky investments in downstream assets and can profit from their research even if they lack the complementary assets....   [tags: Marketing] 303 words
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Failure of Communication in The Chrysanthemums - The Chrysanthemums: The Failure of Communication To begin with, the main protagonist, Elisa Allen is quite interested in growing chrysanthemums.  Given that it is hard to grow the sensitive plant, Elisa's interest seems unusual.  Yet unfortunately her husband, Henry Allen does not understand her mind; his interest is focused not on the point that she likes to grow it but on the possibility of making money with the help of her great inborn skill.  Meanwhile, Elisa confronts a puzzling situation in which a wandering mender visits her house.  At first, Elisa does not pay attention to the mender's suggestion to fix domestic appliances.  In other words, the mender's attempt to communicate with Elisa goes down the drain mainly because she is so absorbed in her chrysanthemums.  But when the mender notices that Elisa is handling that tricky plant, he quickly expresses his interest in it.  At this point, the communication which has been blocked by the wide discrepancy between the two characters begins to flow.  Elisa not only gives her precious chrysanthemum to the nameless guy with eagerness but also she lets him know the information needed to grow them appropriately.  This temporary common ground, or success of communication achieved by the chrysanthemum does not necessarily mean that the authentic understanding is under way between them.  On the contrary, Elisa even knows well that the mender shall dump the plant any time soon.  Then why does Elisa express unusual willingness to give her plant to a total stranger?  It can be assumed that Elisa's eagerness indirectly reveals how long she has failed to relieve her desire to be recognized by others over her unusual hobby.  In addition, it must be noted that Elisa is portrayed as masculine in the earlier stage.  In line with this masculine imagery, Elisa's passion in growing chrysanthemums also reflects her inner desire to dominate and rule over something.  However, Elisa's desire does not match the archetype in the context of society which reinforces feminity ....   [tags: Chrysanthemums Essays] 329 words
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Overcoming Peer Pressure by Teens - Overcoming Peer Pressure by Teens 'Oh look, those are the new jeans everyone are buying, hey do you want to get high, smoke this.' Have you ever been in a situation like this, where you just purchased an item or said yes to something that you feel regretful for just to fit in with other people. If you have then you have gone through the social anxieties of peer pressure. Many times in a teenager's life there are choices that have to be made. Many of the choices us teenagers make are influenced by peer pressure....   [tags: Social Issues, Teenagers] 318 words
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College Admissions Essay: The Importance of Communication - The Importance of Communication I believe that one of my strengths lie in the way I communicate and deal with children. I think that we must become active listeners in order to understand each other. During my internship with the Instititute for Social Justice, I worked with inmates on research for alternative social models of punishment. In order to do the job effectively, I needed to empathize with the inmates so that I could understand their concerns and needs and remedy any self-destructive conduct they exhibit....   [tags: College Admissions Essays] 220 words
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History of the United States - Over the year’s technology have affected America’s identity. It has been a simple life living without technology. However technology brought many positive things to America. Technology helped America to travel, trade, and gives the lasts news. Technology was good to America. Living without technology was difficult. It was harder to get new around America because technology was so low. It was harder for the families to talk to each other or to even meet, because technology was invented yet. Not until telephones was invented that the communication in America started to increase....   [tags: Technology, Inventions] 321 words
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Graduate School Admissions Essay: Technology Research - Technology Research No greater contribution can be made to a specific field than research that leads to the development of a new and superior technology. Universities and businesses constantly attempt to remain on the cutting edge of new design, manufacturing, and application systems through research and development. If I were given the opportunity to conduct my own research, I would dedicate my efforts to the design of computer processing chips with the goal of increasing their speed and computational ability....   [tags: Graduate College Admissions Essays] 270 words
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Free College Admissions Essays: I.T. and Me - I.T. and Me I decided to take the I.T route in my future plans because I have many interests in I.T and especially the Multimedia field. To me information technology in the form of communication is vital. I particularly find interest when technology is in the form of entertainment and advertising. I have a healthy interest with the Internet and the World Wide Web, multimedia technology and design cater for this. A large piece of the courses I chose show great effort in teaching the World Wide Web and Web design, this tells me there are others who share the view and understand the importance of this entity....   [tags: Technology, Personal Narrative] 324 words
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Medical Technology and Treatment - The theme of love is a prevalent one in many poems. A universal feeling, love is inevitably present in the works of quite a few poets, even those whose subject matter would not seem to include this theme. In Roethke's "The Apparition" , the pervading theme of love will be discussed. Theodore Roethke's love poem "The Apparition", is quite a different matter. There could not possibly be any mistaken sentiment in this work. Roethke's poems were generally sincere and direct. "The Apparition" is no exception....   [tags: Poetry Analysis] 277 words
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Summary of Behavioral Genetics - Behavioral Genetics Behavioral Genetics is a new field of study. The purpose of Behavioral Genetics is to investigate the affects of genetics and environment on individual human behavior. Behavioral Genetics is a quite complex field of study and the path towards the understanding the relation of genetics and environment to individual human behavior is a long and difficult one. There are instances that support the theory that behavior has a biological basis. Behavior is often reproduced in consecutive generations of a species....   [tags: Science, Technlogy, Psychology] 326 words
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Key to Success when You Buy Websites - Key to Success when You Buy Websites Reprinted with permission of VotanWeb.com As a result of the years I have dedicated to VotanWeb, I receive a lot of email from website buyers asking my advice on a variety of topics. A common question is “Which type of online markets exhibit the greatest success rate?” The answer is very simple. Success rates between various markets are about equal. To make it perfectly clear, website success depends on the owner, not the market. The issue of website success has been studied extensively by the Small Business Administration, other government economists, and economists in the private sector....   [tags: Technology, Personal Narrative] 324 words
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Computers of the World - Computers are all around us and can be considered a wonder of the world. Thanks to the computers, we drive computerized cars, receive letters sent by computers, astronauts can go to the space and return safely. Thus, the computer has significantly changed our world through advances in science and medicine, business and education. In fact the computer is a wonderful electronic brain that we have come to rely on. First off, computers have contributed to the advances in science and medicine. In the sixties the U....   [tags: Technology, Inventions, Informative] 327 words
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Computer Forensics - “Computer forensics is the specialized practice of investigating computer media for the purpose of discovering and analyzing available, deleted, or "hidden" information that may serve as useful evidence in a legal matter. “ (Steen, Hassell 2004) Computer forensics has become a very important factor of criminal investigations. Since computers have become mainstream the need for a science that will deal with the technology has become an issue for the judicial and legal system. Some of the areas computer forensics may be utilized are: § Copyright infringement § Industrial espionage § Money laundering § Piracy § Sexual harassment § Theft of intellectual property § Unauthorized access to confidential information § Blackmail § Corruption § Decryption When the investigator finds a computer that may hold evidence, they first create an exact image of the drive....   [tags: Technology, Science, Computer Applications] 322 words
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NT Migration Techniques - Overview Recently approval has been granted to change our main operating environment from Windows XP to Windows ’98. It was determined that this would allow us to better protect our machines from unauthorized access through the use of BIOS passwords. This would also allow for a more consistent operating environment within the office. However, after analyzing the task of this migration it has been determined that perhaps a different environment would better suit Option Energy’s business needs. Proposal Option Energy’s business needs may better be fulfilled by utilizing the operating environment that Windows NT provides....   [tags: Information Technology, Networking] 327 words
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Shakespeare's Use of Language to Convey Romeo and Juliet’s Feelings - William Shakespeare's Use of Language to Convey Romeo and Juliet’s Feelings In Act I scene v when Romeo first sees Juliet his words become very passionate about how she ‘doth teach the torches to burn bright’ as if she lights up his path and if taken then he will be lost forever. He also says the she is ‘Like a rich Jewel in an Ethiop’s ear’ This shows how Juliet stands out compared with all of the other girls including Rosaline. The jewel to a poor African would be very precious and if he’s not careful then the jewel or Juliet could be taken away from him i.e....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Classics, Communication] 327 words
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How To Purchase a New Computer - How To Purchase a New Computer Buying a computer it is a very important decision. First decide that range of money you are willing to spend. Then research the many different companies and the product they have to offer. Then after deciding the company to purchase the computer the next step is to price watch. On the contrary there are people to hire to do all that and build the computer and a much less costly price. This paper will discuss both sides of consumer smart shopping. In deciding the range of money to spend consider a number of different things in making you consumer smart decisions....   [tags: Technology, Informative] 321 words
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DHTML Lessons - DHTML LESSONS Lesson 1 - Introduction What you should already know Before you continue you should have a basic understanding of the following: „X WWW, HTML and the basics of building Web pages „X Cascading Style Sheets „X JavaScript If you want to study these subjects first, go to our Home Page DHTML does not exist . DHTML is an abbreviation for the term "Dynamic HTML". But DHTML is just a buzzword. DHTML does not exist. It is not a "thing" or a standard defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)....   [tags: Technology, Informative] 322 words
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Mechanical Engineers - A mechanical engineer works with the principles of motion, energy and force. Usually a machine changes one form of movement into another. Mechanical engineers design machines whose parts work in a safe, reliable and efficient way. Mechanical engineers apply scientific method to find the answers to mechanical problems. Many laws and principles developed by scientists are used every day by the mechanical engineer. Mechanical engineers contribute to many industries and occupations. Some mechanical engineers work in areas not usually thought to require engineering....   [tags: Technology, Informative] 322 words
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DNA Fingerprinting - DNA Fingerprinting It is widely known that each individual has a DNA profile as unique as a fingerprint. Actually, over 99% of all 3 billion nucleotides in human DNA which we inherit from each parent are identical among all individuals. However, for every 1000 nucleotides that we inherit there is 1 site of variation or polymorphism, in the population. These DNA polymorphisms change the length of the DNA fragments produced by the digestion of restriction enzymes . The resulting fragments are called restriction fragments length polymorphisms....   [tags: Technology, Science] 324 words
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The Telephone - The Telephone The telephone itself is a rather simple appliance. A microphone, called the transmitter, and an earphone, called the receiver, are contained in the handset. The microphone converts speech into its direct electrical analog, which is transmitted as an electrical signal; the earphone converts received electrical signals back to sound. The switch hook determines whether current flows to the telephone, thereby signaling the central office that the telephone is in use. The ringer responds to a signal sent by the central office that causes the telephone to ring....   [tags: Informative, Technology, Inventions] 320 words
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Avoid Problems when You Buy or Sell Websites - Avoid Problems when You Buy or Sell Websites Reprinted with permission of VotanWeb.com The biggest thing a seller can do to make certain that a transaction proceeds smoothly is to adequately prepare the website’s financial statements. The owner should prepare a complete set of financial documents, going back two years at least, that accurately and fully represents the website’s current business condition. Website owners have a choice here: those financial statements can be audited or simply reviewed by an accounting firm; or they can be compiled by the website owner....   [tags: Technology, Business, E-Business] 324 words
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Antitrust Summary - Antitrust The movie Antitrust is a movie that does what many technology based movies do today. It exposes the truth about what we can really do with our increasingly advancing technology and how it can affect our lives immensely. In the story of Antitrust the plot evolves around what is called S.Y.N.A.P.S.E., which represents what will “Transform the way people communicate.” This new form of communication, due to S.Y.N.A.P.S.E., will be the first satellite delivered global communications system that links simultaneously every communication device in the world....   [tags: Film Review] 326 words
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The Invention of Air Conditioning - Willis Haviland Carrier invented the first air conditioner in 1902. This was designed to boost the working process control in a printing plant. Carrier’s invention controlled temperature and humidity. The low heat and humidity helped keep the paper dimensions and ink alignment the same. Later his invention was used to populate productivity in the workplace. The Carrier Air Conditioning Company of America developed for the increasing demands. Gradually, air conditioning was used to help increase comfort in homes and cars....   [tags: essays research papers] 328 words
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Case Study: Dell - Case Study: Dell Dell can be one of the most successful companies mostly due to its direct marketing strategy. Unlike other computer companies which sell their product through retailers, Dell provides their computer and service directly to customers. The direct-selling model makes the company understand their customers better and eliminates the retailer cost. What is more, each PC is customized to the customers who can specify what components they want. Dell also holds little or no inventory and assembles products as soon as an order placed....   [tags: essays research papers] 332 words
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Reason Why Teens Use Drugs - The reasons why teenagers use drugs. Drug use is the increasing problem among teenagers in today's High schools. Ever since the drug war of 1900, drugs have been a major problem in todays society. Use of drugs such as opium, morphine, and their derivatives were quite commonplace in nineteenth century America. While most students of contemporary high school drug education programs know about the use of coca leaves in early Coca-Cola and the opium trade with China, the matter of drug addiction at the turn of the century is much more extensive than usually acknowledged....   [tags: Drugs, Social Issues, Legal Issues] 325 words
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Teenage Wasteland - The author in this story has tried hard to bring the problem of teenage runaways to the surface in order to shed light on its cause and possible solutions. The conflict that exists between the son. Donny and his mother Daisy reflects the kind of problems that many American families are facing today. It is extremely important to understand that while many people blame teenagers for their irrational and irresponsible behavior when their life doesn't turn out well, they completely forgot the importance of role played by parents and how it can have a profound impact on the child life....   [tags: Book Reviews] 328 words
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Cause and Effects of Divorce - What is a marriage. According to Webster’s dictionary,” marriage is an institution whereby men and women are joined in a special kind of social and legal dependence for the purpose of founding and maintaining a family. Marriage is also an intimate or close union.” Marriages don’t always last and result in divorces. Two of the leading causes of a divorce are lack of foundation and lack of communication. Almost half of American marriages now end in divorce. One cause of marriages ending in divorce is lack of foundation....   [tags: Marriage Divorce] 331 words
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The Effects of Drug Abuse - The Effects of Drug Abuse Would one want to have pale skin, bags underneath their eyes, be poor in their academics, and forget about having fun. I think the most common answer to this question among kids would be "Of course not." Well if you don't want to be found with these "attractive" features…I would suggest KEEPING OFF OF DRUGS. Personally, I think that drugs are the number 1 issue right now here in the United States concerning parents with teens besides driving. Out of all the teenagers in the U.S....   [tags: Papers] 328 words
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What Will Be The Name? - “Attack on America” “World War III” These may seem unbelievable, but they are only two of the real life events thundering into the minds of many. Although I am not a fortune teller, I’m still able to voice my opinion. So far we’ve lived through the age of innocence, next was the age of experience. What is next. My assignment is to name the age of what the last twenty years of the century will be called. The age of loving to hate sounds good to me. In today’s society our language is vulgar....   [tags: essays research papers fc] 315 words
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Multicultural Oneness - Nonverbal expressions of emotions are not consciously controlled, lending them to being more basal and honest. “It is difficult to bring nonverbal behavior under conscious control. […] The behavior is automatic, an unconscious reflex.” (Berko et al 100) Researchers from Darwin to Leathers have studied the universality outward display of emotions and how they can be nonverbally expressed through facial expressions, stature, and the eyes. Facial expression is by nature a basal response. Looking at the face to read these basal emotional responses starts in infancy....   [tags: essays research papers] 313 words
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Moral Panic Caused by The Film Reefer Madness - Moral Panic Caused by The Film Reefer Madness For over seventy years, marijuana has been a growing problem in our society. Due to all of the controversy over this drug, there have been countless battles fought concerning marijuana's capabilities. In the 1930's, a moral panic surfaced with regard to the use of marijuana. The movie Reefer Madness is a perfect example of how the media stereotyped and distorted this new drug in order to construct it as a social problem, convincing society that this narcotic was single handedly destroying humanity....   [tags: Film, Drugs, Social Commentary] 325 words
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Lucent - LUCENT A Mathematician Rajiv Laroia joined Lucent’s bell labs in 1992. He wanted to make wireless data accessible to everyday people thus allowing them to send e-mail, listen to the radio all at the same time without denting the budget. Rajiv Laroia brought his five-person team and went out to start Flarion company. Lucent hopes this start up company by Rajiv Laroia will foster growth for them. Some people might ask how would Lucent benefit from this small start up company. Rajiv Laroia hopes that Flarion could look for new technology in hopes that Lucent might one-day buy them back after they start becoming profitable....   [tags: essays research papers] 332 words
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together - Organizational Behavior Organizational behavior is the study and application of knowledge about how people, individuals, and groups act in organizations (Robbins, p.9). Organizational behavior helps build better relationships by achieving human objectives, organizational objective and social objective. Robbins, S. P. (2000). Organizational Behavior. Ninth Edition. Organizational Culture Organizational culture is something intangible, but can influences our work environments. In the workplace we can refer organizational culture as combination of its policies, beliefs, activities, and rituals....   [tags: essays research papers] 311 words
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Ancient Cultures - Egyptian and Persian cultures seem to be the most interesting cultures of all ancient history. Historians today do not have enough information about ancient cultures to go into any great detail. Most people when they think of the ancient Egyptians they think of pyramids and also the many odd myths and beliefs, which where a large part of their culture. Persian culture is known for their architectural and agricultural skills which they are said to have passed on to many other ancient cultures. In ancient cultures communication was made possible by carriages and ships....   [tags: Ancient History, Informative] 324 words
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Wedding Speech - Best Woman or Maid of Honor - Wedding Speech – Best Woman or Maid of Honor For those of you that don't know me I'm Misa's cousin Lucy. I've decided not to tell any embarrassing stories because it would also be embarrassing to me... and our parents probably don't know about most of them. I've known Misa my whole life so I thought it would be appropriate to make a short poem on our lives up until this point. MISA I've known you forever; it's been over 27 years Although we've had good times, there've also been tears. With getting into trouble over the time I consider you not only my cousin but my partner in crime....   [tags: Wedding Toasts Roasts Speeches] 278 words
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The Man Who Was Almost A Man and The Lesson - The Man Who Was Almost A Man by Richard Wright and The Lesson by Toni Cade Bambara share a common theme; young individuals lost in society. Both stories portray their main characters as teenagers who haven’t quite figured out their position in society. They both appear to be strong-willed and independent, but in reality they are not. Both use slang language due to their environment, have difficult financial situations, earn what they think is a sense of responsibility, and insufficient guilty among others who are more prestigious in society than they are....   [tags: Toni Cade Bambara, Richard Wright] 279 words
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The Cause of Juvenile Delinquency - There is no doubt that various books and experts can give us many theories as to the causes of juvenile delinquency, including one's economic background, substance abuse, peer groups, repeated exposure to violence through the family circit, increased availability of firearms and media violence, however, I feel that the number one cause of juvenile delinquency is the breakdown of families, including lack of parental control over children. It is ironic that one must have a driver's license to operate a car, a permit to own a gun and even a license to own a pet such as a cat or a dog, but one does not have to have training or a license in order to become a parent....   [tags: Argumentative] 288 words
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The Apache Tribe - The Apache were a very interesting group of Indians. The name Apache means “enemy” when translated. Many neighboring tribes feared them. They were located in Texas and the New Mexico Desert, and you can still find reservations there today. A leader of the Apache had to be special and posses many qualities. Some of these qualities include the following: wealth, wisdom, sympathy, and strength. A few of their jobs consisted of listening and speaking well, settling disputes, making sure everyone is on task, and most importantly giving advice....   [tags: American History] 289 words
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The Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages - The separation of the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages mark a great divide in the lives and cultures of prehistoric peoples. Many aspects of everyday life were modified to suit a new standard of living. Society, Economy, and Technology were greatly affected by the "Agricultural Revolution" that spawned the Neolithic Age. The Paleolithic Age, Greek for "Old Stone", is the era of the emergence of modern man. During this age, man was a hunter-gatherer species. Due to the plentiful sources of animals and plants, man could simply follow the herds and their migratory patterns....   [tags: World History] 329 words
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Hamlet's Delay in Hamlet by Shakespeare - In Act I scene V, Hamlet is told by his father’s ghost to “revenge his foul and most unnatural murder.” The ghost then goes on to tell Hamlet that as he was “sleeping in my orchard, A serpent stung me” and that “The serpent that did sting thy father’s life Now wears his crown.” Hamlet is told by the ghost to seek revenge, telling him that Claudius has corrupted Denmark and corrupted Gertrude, having seduced her in the foul lust of their incestuous marriage. The ghost urges Hamlet not to act against his mother in any way, telling him to “Leave her to heaven, And to those thorns that in her bosom lodge, To prick and sting her.” Hamlet delayed in seeking revenge for his father because he wanted to be absolutely sure that Claudius did indeed kill his father....   [tags: Hamlet, Shakespeare] 295 words
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The Origins and Characters of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare - The Origins and Characters of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet began as an ancient ritualistic tale. It was chanted or spoken in unison by a stage full of monks. When Shakespeare was alive and writing his plays, the church was openly opposed to theatre. Sometimes, it could manage to have theatres shut down merely because they believed it was wrong. The church also disallowed female participation in the theatre. So, in Shakespeare's time, Juliet would have been played by a young boy....   [tags: William Shakespeare] 310 words
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mr - Automatic Private IP Addressing feature in Windows DHCP processing that assigns a class B IP address in the 169.254.0.0 range to the client when a DHCP server is unavailable While APIPA can automatically self-assign a TCP/IP address to a Windows 98 system, it does not generate all of the information typically provided by a DHCP server, such as DNS and WINS Server addresses. Therefore, a system relying on APIPA can only resolve domain and NetBIOS names via broadcasts. Currently, APIPA systems can only communicate with systems that also have an APIPA address....   [tags: essays research papers] 330 words
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Computers in Surgery - Computers in Surgery Implementing Computers into surgery is a new and exciting area of study. It has only been in the past 20 years that computers have started to be incorporated with surgery. In 1989, abstracts of the surgical literature were being distributed on 5.25-inch floppy disks. These abstracts were then used in medical operations and evaluations. Doctors could travel though menus in the abstracts and eventually targeting a solution, procedure, or cause of illnesses. This made the time it takes to flip through pages and pages of medical journals and textbooks less expansive and cumbersome....   [tags: Informative]
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