I believe that both of these sites are excellent sources of information because they demonstrate authority, accuracy, objectivity, currency and coverage. According to GCU Library Tutorial (n.d.), each category that is evaluated when checking web sites has distinct characteristic that are designed to help a person decide if the web site will be useful in the research process. The first point to check is authority which mainly looks at the author of the page. When evaluating authority, you must be able to verify the author’s credential as well as veryify if the page has copyright credit (LIBRARY). Authority also consists of being able to contact either the author or editor by email, phone or main (LIBRARY).
I ended up falling asleep and when I woke up I realized it was the next day so I quickly left knowing that I would be in trouble with my mother. Yet for some reason an urge of wanting to see a guy I once met came so I went to his apartment. Freud came up with a term called the id, it’s a persons unconscious personality of their desires and seeking of satisfaction. It’s possible my id had a part of why I went to see the guy instead of going home because in reality I wouldn 't go see a guy or do anything that would keep me from getting home even more late. Walking to his building made me nervous and Freud stated that, “ To dream that you are nervous about something indicates that you are experiencing self-doubt and feelings of insecurity”.
There are also some disadvan... ... middle of paper ... ... to be accessed for the people who are interested in it, and deep-linking is a great tool to achieve that goal. Works Cited Bray, T. (2003, 09 11). "Deep Linking" in the World Wide Web. Retrieved 02 25, 2012, from W3C: http://www.w3.org/2001/tag/doc/deeplinking.html#analogy Clinch, M. (2002). Why deep linking can be dangerous.
Anyone can write and edit Wikipedia articles. Wikipedia should have a gatekeeper. The key player to determine truth, somebody like an editor or a record agent. Jimmy Wales, one of the co-founders of Wikipedia, suggests a system called flagged revisions. This system operates as follows, before changes from new or unknown users are published the changes will be approved by one of the editors from Wikipedia.
The snore that reverberated in the whole new house made me unable to focus on my work and I couldn't sleep well. Because I was a freedom contributor who sometimes worked in the night and sometimes slept in the daytime. Because I wanted to earn the money to live, pay off the debt and buy the new house. I had an occupational disease of neurasthenia, so I needed a quiet situation for resting and working. And also I was afraid that he maybe had some senile illness.
From the beginning his family panics when they are unable to find a reason that Samsa did not get out of bed for work in the morning. His mother was even begging at the door “Are not well? Can I bring you anything?”(507). Showing that she was really concerned with the health of her son and that she wanted to make sure that he was okay. However after they see the condition that he is really in they no longer want anything to do with him.
Beth awoke one night to find Calvin missing from her bedside, when she went downstairs looking for him she found him sitting at the dining table crying. Calvin was upset at the fact that Beth fails to show affection for her son Conrad. Calvin stated “Its almost like you buried all of your love with Buck”. Calvin continued to explain how he has been thinking and he is not sure if he is in love with Beth anymore due to her actions. Guest uses very dramatic dialogue to develop the level of seriousness in this crucial conversation Calvin feels great pain over this situation but yet the sun rises the next morning only to bring an understanding between Conrad and Calvin.
I did not speak to him the rest of the day, but that night he came over to my house to talk things out. I had discussed with my mom the issue and she said I needed to think hard about what I needed to do. I told him I think we needed to take a break for a week. He was very upset and did not understand. I believe it caught him off guard because we never addressed the conflicts in our relationships.
Instead of being greeted by a house of warm response, it was silent. I shouted for my parents and searched around, finally finding them in their bedroom. As I walked in to their bedroom, I found my mother sitting on the bed, weeping quietly, while my father lay on the bed in a near unconscious state. This sight shocked me, I had seen my father sick before, but by the reaction of my mother and the deathly look on my father’s face I knew that something was seriously wrong. My father's eyes opened, and he called out for my sister Kelly and I to come to him.
She had left a note on her bed before she had left saying she felt unhappy and needed a break from us. She couldn’t handle all the rules enforced on her by our parents, but if she wanted to gain trust in them from the beginning, I thought, she should have just followed them in the first place. My dad had filed a police report on her that same morning and the cops came to our house and asked my parents questions. That day was very strange to me. Everything that was going on typically had never happened to me.