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Bill Gates And Its Impact On The World

- ... They developed “Traf-O-Data, a computer program that monitors traffic patterns in Seattle.” Altogether, Bill Gates and Allen Paul earned about $20,000 for their efforts. After their success with the “traf-o-Data,” the two boys were ready to start an official business, but Bill Gates’ parents disapproved. They wanted him to go to law school and become a lawyer (“Bill Gates”). After graduating high school, Gates enrolled at Harvard University. He was a smart individual, but he did not care too much about his school work....   [tags: Bill Gates, Microsoft, Altair 8800]

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What Constitutes a Spartan in Steven Pressfields' "Gates of Fire"

- Steven Pressfields: Gates of fire is based on a true story of how three hundred courageous warrior Spartans led by their king Leonidas and 700 Thespaian allies held off an army of over one million Persian infantrymen on a narrow pass in Thermopylae Greece in 480 B.C. for seven days. The Spartan Warriors were highly disciplined, physically and mentally tough soldiers that were dedicated to their country and way of life. The three hundred Spartan’s left home one day leaving their families behind, on a suicide mission to buy time for their countrymen to organize forces....   [tags: Spartans, Steven Pressfields, Gates of fire,]

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Bill Gates : An International Hero

- ... Reason being he took advantage of software glitches to obtain more free computer time from the company that provided the school computers. Just as his programming got Gates into trouble, it also allowed him to earn money at an early age. At the age of 15, Gates with his friend Paul Allen developed "Traf-o-Data, a computer program that monitored traffic patterns in Seattle, and netted $20,000 for their efforts” ( Gates and Allen wanted to start their own company, however Gates 's parents did not agree as they wanted him to finish his education and go on to college where they hoped he would work to become a lawyer like his father....   [tags: Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]

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Chemical Dependency Paper Using Methamphetamine At The Age Of Twenty Six

- Chemical Dependency Paper The client started using methamphetamine at the age of twenty six. She was raised solely by her mother since her father had abandoned them. The client had obtained her high school diploma and began working. The client is currently not a member of a church or religious organization. However, she does believes in spirituality. The client went into depression due to relationship issues and began to rely on substances. She described that the drug was her only “getaway.” Therefore, she used it on an everyday basis—three to five times a day....   [tags: Addiction, Drug addiction, Methamphetamine]

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Bill Gates : The American Dream

- The American dream to many is the social climb of classes and accumulation of wealth. For some it is just maybe getting their dream job or getting into their number one college. Everyone has dreams of what they want to be or do when they are older. Many have no clue if they are making the right decision, but some are so determined that nothing could get into their way. Some people just have dreams of doing something they enjoy but never really imagine it going that far. All major companies started off as ideas that someone had and decided to make it into a reality....   [tags: Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]

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The Life and Accomplishments of Bill Gates

- Bill Gates People, nowadays, spend many of their time with technology, working or having fun. One of those people who has contributed to technology is Steve Jobs, who created Apple Inc. which revolutionized the computer and mainly tablet industry with its amazing features. As equal as important as Steve Jobs, Marc Andreessen lead the creation of NCSA Mosaic, the web browser that transformed how we think about the World Wide Web. Additional to that, Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web, which changed the way people communicate, work, study, and play....   [tags: microsoft, bill gates, ibm]

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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

- ... Third, the United States Division focuses “on ensuring that all students graduate from high school prepared for college and have an opportunity to earn a postsecondary degree with labor-market value” (para. 5). In addition, this Division works to solve issues of social inequity and poverty in Washington State, the Gate’s home state. Finally, the Global Policy and Advocacy Division concentrates on “advocacy, policy analysis, and government relations, as well as strengthening philanthropic partnerships and the charitable sector in the United States and overseas” (para....   [tags: Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]

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Malignant Melanoma

- Definition Malignant melanoma is a type of cancer arising from the melanocyte cells of the skin. The melanocytes are cells in the skin that produce the pigment melanin. Malignant melanoma develops when the melanocytes no longer respond to normal control mechanisms of cellular growth and are capable of invasion locally or spread to other organs in the body (metastasis), where again they invade and compromise the function of that organ. Description Melanocytes, embryologically derived from the neural crest, are distributed in the epidermis and thus are found throughout the skin....   [tags: Malignant Tumors, Nursing]

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Management of Malignant Pleural Effusions

- Introduction Malignant pleural effusion (MPE) is a complication of advanced cancer commonly encountered in the palliative care setting, and is often the cause of a significant reduction in the patient’s quality of life. This study will describe three cases and review the evidence regarding the management of MPE. Case Presentation Case 1 Mrs A is an 83 year old female. She initially presented with significant ascites and investigations revealed an elevated tumour marker (CA-125). Computed tomography (CT) imaging demonstrated a mass in the right ovary....   [tags: MPE Research Paper]

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Analysis Of ' The Gates Of Eden '

- ... He has multiple stings on his bottom and notices that the garden in very dull has a very odd and mysterious look. Looking for Ms.Ohara Joe calls out to her but of course no response. Joe quickly leaves and the next day at work, there is a note and pictures inside the envelope. These pictures are him and Ms.Ohara from these mobster brother known as the Yatsimura bros. This was black mail and Joe didn’t like this so he makes his way to the brothers and creates a big fight causing injuries on both sides....   [tags: Adam and Eve, Garden of Eden, The Gates]

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Case Studies On Six Sigma

- ... Researcher monitors some positive ideas for the implementation of six Sigma, such as the clarity of the scientific method of work, and increase production capacities, turning self-knowledge in the form of an official. On other hand, the study included the negative views, such as lack of time, lack of interest in the number of staff, poor standards and the difficulty of defining the work process. The researcher concludes that there are many advantages to implement six Sigma in the library, but at the present time, it is too early to expect to achieve great results from it....   [tags: Six Sigma, Strategic management]

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The Three Fold Influence Of Bill Gates

- The Three-Fold Influence of Bill Gates Bill Gates is one of the most powerful, famous and wealthy people in the world. He is also one of the biggest philanthropists who are responsible for giving away billions of dollars to worthy causes and people in need all over the world. As a self-made businessman and founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates has had more influence over the basic aspects of peoples ' lives than almost any other person in the world. These three factors of wealth, philanthropy, and invention mean that Bill Gates, for me, is one of the most influential people in the history....   [tags: Bill Gates, Warren Buffett]

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Henry William Gates by Atis Stafeckis

- William Henry "Bill" Gates (more commonly known as "Bill" Gates) is an American philanthropist, investor, programmer and role model. William Henry Gates used to be the chief executive and chairman one of the world's most successful personal computer software company, Microsoft which he co-founded with Paul Allen(Gawker. (). William Henry Gates). William Henry Gates was also consistently ranked by Forbes magazine as the number one world wealthiest from 1995 to 2009 with the exception of 2008 when he was ranked third....   [tags: Bill Gates, american philanthoropist]

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Bill Gates 's Impact On America

- Bill Gates not only in America, but also the world has caused a mammoth effect. Bill Gates is the man people credited for creating the success of Microsoft, and the Xbox gaming console. However, Forbes magazine says, “The world will remember Bill Gates”(Thorpe). Yes, the world will remember Bill Gates not because he was the richest man in the world for 14 years straight (Thorpe), but because of all his efforts overseas and how he encourages other wealthy people to share their money with the less fortunate....   [tags: Bill Gates, Warren Buffett]

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Bill Gates 's Impact On America

- ... Without Microsoft words to be the foundation for the todays word programs, we could still be relying on technology like the typewriter to do our papers, and the environment would suffer due to the extra amount of trees needed to be converted into paper to write with. He is the reason your dell, hp, alien ware, or any other windows computer runs (omit apple), thanks to his invention of the Microsoft Windows series of programs. Children remember him because of the invention of the Xbox, one of the most successful inventions to come from Microsoft....   [tags: Bill Gates, Warren Buffett]

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William Henry Gates IIi : The National Portrait Gallery

- ... In addition computers help bring together different cultures through online communities, and businesses’ transactions from investing to shopping have built today’s economy based solely on computers. One of the standards that Dinerstein and Goodyear impose is an iconic power. As a matter of fact, Gates uses his financial power to contribute to thousands of philanthropic causes through his foundation. To clarify, Bill Gates and his wife established the William H. Gates Foundation around the 90s....   [tags: Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]

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The Bill And Melinda Gates : The Most Influential People Of The World

- ... The second feat made able because of Gates’ funding was the occurrence of the “tipping point” of AIDS/HIV treatment (where more vaccines being given than people getting infected). This meant that more people were being cured than infected, and thus meant a future free of AIDS. The final intervention was the funding towards the improvement of the medication for the tuberculosis - a serious and fatal lung infection. As Gates writes, Tuberculosis is the #1 cause of death, and treatments have been inadequate thus far, but that changed in 2014 when new technology allowed the treatment of T.B....   [tags: Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]

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Twenty Years at Hull-House

- Twenty Years at Hull-House Two Works Cited Victoria Bissell Brown's introduction to Twenty Years at Hull-House explains the life of Jane Addams and her commitment to insight social change to problems that existed during the turn of the 20th century. As a reaction to the hardships of a changing industrial society, Addams decided to establish a settlement house in the West side of Chicago to help individuals who had suffered from the cruelties of industrialization. Rejecting the philosophies that stemmed from the Gilded Age, such as social Darwinism and the belief that human affairs were determined by natural law, Addams was a progressive who wanted government to be more responsive...   [tags: Twenty Years at Hull-House]

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Bill Gates: One of America’s Greatest

- When people think of a hero they think of Superman, Batman, or Spiderman, but what they should think of are people that make difference. Bill Gates has made a huge difference in today’s world; he is an extremely successful entrepreneur, an active philanthropist, and a very motivated person in general. With this motivation he has and will accomplish anything he puts his mind to. He was CEO of Microsoft and became the richest man in the world. He also created one of the most credible and generous charitable organization in the world....   [tags: Biography, Bill Gates]

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How the Gates Foundation Reduces Poverty

- How the Gates Foundation Reduces Poverty “We all have the chance to create a world where extreme poverty is the exception rather than the rule, and where all children have the same chance to thrive, no matter where they’re born” (Guacci). The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation started in 1997 when the Gates family read an article about the millions of children in poor countries who were dying from disease. They have been working to reduce poverty and poor health throughout the world ever since as well as create a better world for both future and present generations....   [tags: Extreme Poverty, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation]

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Biography of Bill Gates

- ... Later Bill offered the company to debug it for them. I his senior year Bill and Paul Allen were in charge of the computer lab. Sometimes they would disagree and Paul would ban Bill from the lab. Bill also Created a payroll program that him and Paul hacked into later. At age 15 Bill went into business with Paul and made a program called "Traf-O-Data", the program would monitor traffic patterns in Seattle. The boys netted $20,000 for their efforts. Personal Information Bill Gates’ zodiac sign is Scorpio....   [tags: microsoft, richest man]

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An Analysis of Milton's On His Having Arrived At the Age of Twenty-Three

- An Analysis of Milton's On His Having Arrived At the Age of Twenty-Three John Milton is one of the most famous poets of the English language. Even though his works are not many, he is considered the greatest writer in English literature. In John Milton' s works we can see the problems of the English society and his own too. Such a poem is " On His Having Arrived At the Age of Twenty-Three" because it shows the concerns that Milton had about his career when he was young and still hadn't chosen his own way in life....   [tags: On His Having Arrived At the Age of Twenty-Three]

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Bill Gates Leader Report

- Bill Gates Leader Report My favorite leader is William Henry Gates III, or Bill Gates to most people. Bill Gates is a computer engineer and world-class entrepreneur. He founded Microsoft Corporation in 1975 with a high school friend named Paul Allen. The leadership role that he serves is chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corporation. Up until 1998, Gates was CEO of the company, but he relieved himself of those duties, and currently is only a software architect and serves on the Microsoft committee....   [tags: Bill Gates]

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Love and Marriage in News of the Engagement, The Unexpected, and Twenty-Six Men and a Girl

- Love and Marriage in News of the Engagement, The Unexpected, and Twenty-Six Men and a Girl The three short stories I have chosen to compare are "News of the Engagement", "The Unexpected" and "Twenty-six Men and a Girl". All the stories were written around 1900 and at this time women were still viewed as housewives and mothers. Divorce was still socially unacceptable. Arnold Bennett the writer of "News of the Engagement" was a journalist who aimed his work at women. He grew up in Staffordshire in a not particularly well off family....   [tags: Papers]

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General Motors Process Improvement With Six Sigma

- General Motors Process Improvement with Six Sigma Approach Analysis of the process using the DMAIC Six Sigma Methodologies The Six Sigma approach was designed by Motorola in 1986. The primary objective of the concept was to develop a tool for tallying the process defects and, as the result, improving business operations. The foundations of the approach are the customer needs, statistical analysis of data and facts, and timely execution. The method promises numerous benefits such as increasing performance and profitability of an organization, improving product or service quality and employee morale, decreasing costs, the growth of market share, the higher level of satisfying customer needs, e...   [tags: Management, Six Sigma, Better, Improve]

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Management and Change, Bill Gates

- Management and Change, Bill Gates William (Bill) H. Gates is chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corporation, the worldwide leader in software, services and Internet technologies for personal and business computing. Microsoft had revenues of US$32.19 billion for the fiscal year ending June 2002, and employs more than 50,000 people in 72 countries and regions. Born on Oct. 28, 1955, Gates grew up in Seattle with his two sisters. Their father, William H. Gates II, is a Seattle attorney....   [tags: Bill Gates Microsoft]

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Gates of Ivory by Margaret Drabble

- In a world surrounded by war, death, and atrocity, it sometimes seems as if there is nowhere positive for the characters in the Gates of Ivory by Margaret Drabble to turn. In the mist of these bad images Drabble juxtaposes a unique view into the world of women’s reproduction and menstruation that has rarely been revealed in other novels. She shows that menstruation exposes feelings ranging from liberation and empowerment in Alix Bowen, to shame, disgust and sorrow in Mme. Savet Akrun. Drabble identifies similarities between women on both sides of the world, and between reproduction and women combating the death of the world’s war....   [tags: Gates of Ivory Essays]

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Six Sigma Methodology : Developed On Shewart 's Statistical Control Philosophy

- Six Sigma Methodology Six Sigma Methodology was developed on Shewart’s statistical control philosophy and based off of process capability studies. The Greek symbol sigma (σ) stands for variability. The purpose for the Six Sigma Methodology is to reduce the amount of variation in process or performance. There are two main types of Six Sigma methodologies, DMAIC and DMADV (VILLA). Motorola was the first company to utilize the Six Sigma. This started in the mid1980s. Motorola wanted to use this to improve the quality of their production by reducing the number of defects....   [tags: Six Sigma, Process capability, Motorola]

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Bill Gates: The New Revolutionary Creator

- Bill Gates The New Revolutionary Creator Introduction Throughout my journey in this honors seminar, I have read about several creators (in Creating Minds) who were pioneers or masters in their respective domains. Each of these creators (Freud, Einstein, Picasso, Stravinsky, Eliot, Graham, and Ghandi) was researched by Howard Gardner who then classified each one as representing one of his seven intelligences (Intrapersonal, Logical/Mathematical, Visual/Spatial, Musical, Verbal/Linguistic, Kinesthetic, and Interpersonal)....   [tags: Bill Gates Papers]

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Malignant Hyperthermia

- Malignant Hyperthermia Abstract A patient, waiting to undergo his cardiac surgery, is lying on a surgical platform. An anesthesiologist enters the surgical room and injects some general anesthetics into the patient’s bloodstream. The patient appears normal until after a few minutes, the patient suddenly experiences increasing body temperatures leading to a high fever, muscle rigidity, and increased heart rate. The anesthesiologist is perturbed, runs out of the surgery room, and alerts the surgical staff of the patient’s alarming symptoms....   [tags: Medical Biology Disease]

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Craig Williams' Enemy at the Gates

- Craig Williams' “Enemy at the Gates”      Craig Williams was born in Concord Massachusetts. He wrote the book “Enemy at the Gates” in 1973. The point of this book was to show both the extreme importance of this battle in the course of World War II and the courage of both the German and Russian troops during this horrific battle. This book did an excellent job portraying the hardships the soldiers faced and the gruesome scope of the battle for this important city. However, it did so with a pro-axis slant....   [tags: War WWII Two World Wiliams Gates Essays]

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Bill Gates's Leaderhsip

- Bill Gates's Leaderhsip A Visionary Leader: Traits If we are talking creativity and ideas, Bill Gates is an American unoriginal. He is Microsoft's chief and co-founder, he is the world's richest man, and his career delivers this message: It can be wiser to follow than to lead. Let the innovators hit the beaches and take the losses; if you hold back and follow, you can clean up in peace and quiet. Gates is the Bing Crosby of American technology, granted he is an unusually hard-driving and successful businessman....   [tags: Management Leadership Bill Gates]

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The Character of No-one in Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

- The Character of No-one in Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea        Alan Quatermain, sitting hunched over and delirious from opium withdrawal, has been taken aboard a huge submersible vessel.  The aging adventurer says, "P-please.  I feel so sick.  Need my medicine."  A cold voice answers him, "You are aboard my ship, sir, and my remedies are bitter."  Quatermain turns, with his eyes rolled back, teeth clenched, and streams of sweat rolling off of his face, and he says, "Who said that....   [tags: Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea Essays]

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Twenty Years of Democracy and Challenges

- The 1994 elections implemented democracy into South Africa’s government. This allowed for many parties including the African National Congress (ANC), the Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC), the South African Communist Party (SACP), and other parties to run for office (Southall 1994). With these elections, the ANC was able to convert “itself from a movement of liberation into the predominant party of power” (Southall 1994: 643). Over the past twenty years of democracy the ANC has retained this position of power and currently holds the highest percentage out of all the parties in South Africa’s parliament....   [tags: South African government]

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Where Will You Be When Reality Strikes?: "Heaven's Gates and Hell's Flames"

- One of the biggest questions of mankind hovers over many people, and yet, some individuals chose to ignore the fact that the question even exists. Whether a person goes to church every Sunday, or doesn’t attend church at all, the person is still responsible for knowing whether or not they will go to heaven or hell. Many misconceptions are flowing around the minds of people across the world about what gets you into heaven. The drama Heaven’s Gates and Hell’s Flames is based on an evangelical interpretation of the Gospel, and presents the message that one must believe in Jesus in order to be saved and go to Heaven, or face eternal punishment in Hell....   [tags: Heaven's Gates and Hell's Flames, theatre, religio]

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Sixteen Will Get You Twenty

- What is the meaning of the word relationship. Relationship is simply defined as a bond or a connection people have between each other, whether it is emotional or professional. They come in many different forms such as teacher-student relationships, best friends, lovers, etc. Although, all relationships have not been accepted into society by everyone. There are certain relationships that are considered morally wrong by citizens and the government. For example, gay marriages and sexual relationships between an adult and a minor are forbidden by law in certain places....   [tags: Sexual Crimes]

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Racism in the Twenty-First Century

- Rim Mekonnen Racism in the Twenty-First Century 1. Throughout the history of the United States, whites dominated society by making laws that limited the power of minorities such as Hispanics, African Americans, and Asian Americans. For hundreds of years, whites controlled minorities using laws and mind games to make sure these minorities never rose to threaten their control. In the 1950s and 60s, Congress passed laws to protect the civil rights of minorities such as the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibited discrimination based on “race, color, or religion” in the work force....   [tags: Types, Affirmative Action]

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The Pathological Causes of Malignant Lymphomas

- Malignant Lymphomas are cancers that spread anywhere in the lymphatic system. The article focuses on the pathological causes of malignant lymphomas. Over the past years many researches have been done to cure malignant lymphomas. The article brings medicines that have worked to cure different malignant lymphomas. Malignant lymphoma is still a broad topic. It is because the treatment depends upon the type of lymphoma, level of aggressiveness, stage at diagnosis, and other medical problems that may exist....   [tags: lymphatic system, genetic characteristics]

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Bill Gates

- Bill Gates William Henry Gates, also known as “Bill”, has established himself as the richest man in the world. He is the youngest self made billionaire, and perhaps the best businessman in the world. As you read along, you will learn what Bill Gates’ accomplishments were, what his beliefs were, and why this topic is so important. Bill Gates is important because not only did he change the computer technology in America, he also became the biggest, strongest, richest and the most powerful company in the world....   [tags: Biography Biographies Gates Essays]

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Breast Cancer : A Malignant Tumor

- Introduction Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that starts in the cells of the breast. A malignant tumor is a group of cancer cells that can grow into (invade) surrounding tissues or spread (metastasize) to distant areas of the body. The disease occurs almost entirely in women, but men can get it, too (What is Breast Cancer, 2015). The purpose of this evaluation is to introduce the audience to breast cancer; discuss risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis; address the mind- body connection of breast cancer and suggestions for prevention and treatment; and provide an overview of breast cancer in social cognitive theory framework....   [tags: Cancer, Breast cancer, Oncology, Mammography]

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The Advantageous Life of Bill Gates

- When one hears the name Bill Gates they proximately think of a Billionaire and Philanthropist, one who has thrived in every challenge life has thrown at him. Gates left a university like Harvard and a set future to chase a pipe dream, which at the time would seem to any man as futile. What 'history' tells the world is that Gates persevered through trials time and again, to single-handedly build an empire known throughout the world as Microsoft. What many don’t know is that Bill Gates had advantages over all his peers (i.e....   [tags: winning, assets, talent]

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A Brief Biography of Bill Gates

- Introduction to Bill Gates Bill Gates was born on October 28th, 1995 in Seattle, Washington. He attended Harvard University in the years 1973-1975. Gates has a family of his own; he is married to Melinda French and they have three children together. William Henry Gates II who is an attorney and Mary Maxwell who is a teacher are the parents of Bill Gates. In 1975 he cofounded the Microsoft Corporation, built his software company into one of the most successful businesses in the world, and established himself in the process as one of the world’s wealthiest men....   [tags: multibillionaires that changed the world]

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Bill Gates Changed the World

- Bill Gates Through his intelligence and excellent business skills, Bill Gates was able to change the world. As a technological genius he founded the worlds largest software company. He has also been extremely generous, donating more than thirty billion dollars as a philanthropist. He is, without a doubt a catalyst for change, tirelessly working to make the world a better place. Gates was born to the full name of William Henry Gates III on October 28th 1955 (Bellis). Gates was born to two sisters, Libby who is younger and Kristianne who is older....   [tags: genius, charity, computer]

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The Effect Of Lean Six Sigma On The Employee And The Organization

- The Effect of Lean Six Sigma on the Employee and the Organization Abstract Lean Six Sigma is a methodology that creates processes within an organization to cut waste and improve the company’s performance. However, studies have shown that over the past decade applying Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma can create problems for companies financially and potential problems for employees. Companies should take great care before implementing a Lean Six Sigma solution because in some instances, going lean can do more harm than good both financially for the organization as well as destroying employee loyalty and moral....   [tags: Six Sigma Business]

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A review on Gates of Fire - Steven Pressfield

- A review on Gates of Fire - Steven Pressfield In 480 BC the Persian Empire was once again trying to invade ancient Greece. Under the reign of King Xerxes, an invincible army of a recorded 2 million was marching downwards to enslave all Greeks. An elite force of three hundred Spartans tackled the suicide mission of stalling the Persian wave of doom. They fought in the narrows of Thermopylae and held on for 6 days, ultimately being forced to battle with their bare hands and teeth before being defeated....   [tags: Steven Pressfield Biography Gates Fire Review]

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Decision Making Tools And Techniques: The Six Hat's Approach

- Introduction "If you don't design your own life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you. Not much." (About Our ability to make well informed and critically analyzed decisions along with the decision-making processes we employ, are key in determining our overall successes and failures. We are faced with daily decisions that can ultimately change the very courses of our lives. Poor decisions will lead to unintended failures while educated, deliberate, and purposefully planned decisions will bring about a desired result with great success....   [tags: The Six Hat's Approach]

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Comparing The Poor Relations Story by Charles Dickens, Twenty Six Men and a Girl by Maxim Gorky and The Unexpected by Kate Chopin

- Comparing The Poor Relations Story by Charles Dickens, Twenty Six Men and a Girl by Maxim Gorky and The Unexpected by Kate Chopin The three stories that I will study are; The poor relations story by Charles Dickens, Twenty six men and a girl by Maxim Gorky and The unexpected by Kate Chopin. The three things do seem to have a thing in present. All the main characters seem to be pressured or are being victimised by their traditional values, and struggle to break free. In the poor relations story, the main character (Michael) is being pressured to live up to his uncle, and families' ideas....   [tags: Papers]

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Gates of Fire, by Steven Pressfield

- I. SUBJECT Gates of Fire is a novel about the Battle of Thermopylae that takes place in ancient Greece. The novel began by focusing on its protagonist, Xeones, who had died in the Battle of Thermopylae. The Greek god Apollo resurrected him from death so that he could tell the Persian king, Xerxes, the story of his life. Xeones story started when he was just a young boy. His town was betrayed and conquered by one of their allies. He avoided being killed by escaping to the mountains with his cousin, Diomache, and his family’s slave, Bruxieus....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Breakdown]

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The Life of Bill Gates

- The Life of Bill Gates William Henry Gates III, also known as Bill Gates, was born in Seattle, Washington, the 28th of October in 1955. Bill, the second child of three, grew up in an upper middle-class family. His parents, William H. Gates Sr., a lawyer, and Mary Maxwell, a schoolteacher, set a very affectionate and family-like atmosphere within their house. As he was brought up, he was encouraged greatly to strive for the best and to face competition in a headstrong fashion. When he was young, Bill developed a strong penchant to reading, although, he didn’t read just any type of books; he was mostly seen reading reference books, such as encyclopedias....   [tags: computer enthusiasts, microsoft]

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Bill Gates and Steve Jobs

- Steve Jobs Steve Jobs born on February 24, 1995 in San Francisco, California. Both his parents Abdulfattah “John” Jandali & Joanne Simpson were two graduates from University of Wisconsin. His father Abdulfattah Jandali worked as a Syrian political science professor and his mother, Joanne Simpson, worked as a speech therapist. Although Jobs parents were both graduate students and highly agile people, there decision did not show any wisdom. Steve Jobs was the result from an unwanted pregnancy. When Joanne Simpson, became pregnant her father and mother oppose her to marry Jandali since he was Syrian....   [tags: Writing Programs, Innovative Thinkers]

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Overview of Malignant Melanoma

- Malignant Melanoma is a type of malignant cancer that affects the melanocytes. A melanocyte produces the pigmentation in our skin and melanin gives us the color to our skin. These cells occur in the skin and can be found in other parts of the body. It is important to realize that melanoma can begin in any part of the body that can contain a melanocyte. Melanoma is considered less common than other skin cancers. It is a cancer that can be very dangerous if not detected early. Although in most cases it is diagnosed in time and can be cured....   [tags: health, cancer, skin ]

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Michelangelo: The Gates of Paradise

- ... Greek and Roman influences are often seen in Renaissance art due to the resurrection of the classics during that time period; Ghiberti, being an artist from the Renaissance, followed the renewed interest in classical antiquity and included several aspects of the ancient civilizations’ culture in The Gates of Paradise. Content-wise, there are several references to the classics. Among the many busts and statues surrounding the ten gilded panels, some are recognized to be idealized images based upon Roman sculptural prototypes, further indicating the renewed interest in classical Roman art (Parchin)....   [tags: artist, creek influence, renaissance]

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Wisdom of Parents in the Poem, Photograph of My Father In His Twenty-Second Year

- Wisdom of Parents in the Poem, Photograph of My Father In His Twenty-Second Year We have all grown up hearing our parent's advice "Do as I say, not as I do". When your parents give this advice you do not always listen at first, but later on in life you may catch yourself using it. I believe it is very important value, respect and listen to what your parent's say; their experience with life is their major tool in shaping their children into adults. Parents have lived life longer than their children that is a fact....   [tags: Photograph of My Father In His Twenty-Second Year]

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Quality and Six Sigma Quality Initiative

- Quality and Six Sigma Quality Initiative Sigma -  is most common known as a Greek letter which is used in statistics as a measure of variation, or change. Most of the people, however, don’t know that  is not only a symbol but it is also a method of quality. 6 Quality (Six Sigma Quality) is a management philosophy which has to lead to better employee performance and therefore completely satisfy the customer. Six Sigma Quality, or in the abbreviation 6SQ was first introduced in 1986, when Dr....   [tags: Six Sigma TQM Total Quality Management]

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Bill Gates

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Bill Gates and Microsoft

- ... Next you have Microsoft Windows 286, Microsoft Windows 3.0, Windows NT, Microsoft Windows 3.0a and etc. Places that manufactures of personal computers licensed MS-DOS as their own operating system. By the early 1990s, Microsoft had sold about more than 100 million copies. They also defeated their rival operating systems such as CP/M which displaced in the early 1980s. Microsoft's Windows 3.0 and its subsequent versions were sold at a rate of one million copies each month. Almost nearly 90 percent of the world's PCs ran on Microsoft....   [tags: operating systems, windows]

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Changes in the twenty first century workplace

- It was once a common belief that if employees worked hard, showed up on time and followed the rules that they would be guaranteed a job for life. However, over the last decade there have been changes in the workplace. There are two main causes for this change. The changes in the work place in the twenty-first century are being caused by advancements in technology and expansions in globalization through the Internet. The advancement in technology across the world is a major cause of the changes in the workplace....   [tags: Technology, Globalization]

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Bill Gates

- Bill Gates On October 28, 1955, in Seattle, Washington a boy was born. This child would grow up to be one of the most successful people in the history of man. His name, William (Bill) Henry Gates. Bill a.k.a. Trey was a different child from the beginning of his life. His first five years were normal just like most kids. Once he turned six his parents would almost go crazy. He declared war on his mother and always talked back to her as in this example; She would call him up to dinner from his basement bedroom and he would not respond....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Is Bullying Effecting The Twenty First Century?

- Is Bullying Effecting the Twenty-First Century. Bullying is now considered a prevalent and often a neglected problem in schools and communities both within and outside the United States amongest teens and adolescents. That beind said, bullying has effected success in the twenty-first century. While most people might think that bullying starts by the middle school and high school years, studies have reported peer victimization starts by “children as young as kindergartenerners” (Kochen, Clerfer, and Ladd, 1996)....   [tags: Bullying, Abuse, Victim, Aggression]

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Understanding Malignant Melanoma

- ... When a mutation occurs in melanocytes, it is called a neoplasm. This neoplasm is unregulated, irreversible and monoclonal. This new growth is not cancer, it is benign. When the mutant melanomas proliferate even more, they begin to look abnormal and invade surrounding epithelial tissue. This is known as carcinoma in situ which is still benign. The next step for this growth pattern is the cells invade local stroma. Once the mutated cells invade the stroma, it is malignant. The cancer can now metastasize and invade local lymph nodes....   [tags: skin cancers, mutation]

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Gates’ and Wilson’s Theories on African Diaspora Musics

- Gates’ and Wilson’s Theories on African Diaspora Musics Some scholars theorize that the Middle Passage to the Americas was so traumatic that most African influence was eradicated, and that few traces of Africa exist in African-American music. This “cultural tabulala [sic] rasa” theory is rightfully rejected by many scholars (Wilson 3). The inflow of African people to the New World was brought on by the existence of slavery, and resulted in the creation of a sort of extension of the African continent in a different hemisphere....   [tags: Music Wilson African Gates Essays Papers]

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A Nursing Process Approach to Malignant Melanoma

- Nursing Process Approach to Malignant Melanoma To fully comprehend the concept of the nursing process, one must first understanding what nursing is and the history of nursing. Nursing has evolved over the years from a basic system of care to a well-developed professional system in which special ways of think are applied in order to efficiently maximums patient care. The base of nursing is patient care, thus the nursing process is the foundation for nursing practice and key to ensuring the needs of the patient are met....   [tags: Nursing Essays]

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The History of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

- The History of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation When most people hear about Bill Gates the first thing that comes to mind is the obscene amount of money he has made through out his career. Owning many different foundations, the most common foundation known to most college students is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that provide many different scholarships. However, this foundation also does various things to give back to communities and aiding suffering countries. Within this foundation there are also various branches such as the United States Program, The Global Development Program and the Global health program that have grown over time making the Gates a commonly used household n...   [tags: giving back to communities, scholarships]

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Extreme Apathy in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation

- Extreme Apathy in John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation Many authors go to great lengths to explore the limits of human experience, testing realms beyond the imagination. Anything from physical boundaries to social boundaries are broken and thus redefined; Kafka explores the life of a man turned into a bug, Nabokov examines the life of a man ruled by a sexual desire that is taboo. With so much effort focused on the extremes of life, one work, a play by John Guare entitled Six Degrees of Separation, stands out....   [tags: Guare Six Degrees Separation Essays]

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The Six Dimensions of Wellness

- Physical, emotional, intellectual, interpersonal, spiritual, and environmental wellness are all considered the six dimensions of wellness with occupational wellness being the possible seventh. But what are these exactly. And how do they apply to me and my health and wellness. The first of the six dimensions is physical wellness, which is your body’s overall wellness. This includes the absence of illness and disease and your body’s fitness level. You have to make good, healthy choices to be physically well....   [tags: Wellness, physical education, ]

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Six Diverse Styles of Leadership

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Case Analysis Six Flags

- Six Flags is synonymous with thrills, laughter, and screams of joy. However, in June, 2006, investors were not laughing. As KMGH Denver reports (2006), shares of Six Flags Inc. dropped sharply on Friday when debt rating agencies lowered their outlooks on the amusement park operator after it said attendance and revenues had fallen. (para 2). BACKGROUND The Six Flags “History” website (2011) states throngs flocked to Six Flags over Texas when the park opened in 1961. Six themed sections, modeled after the culture of the six countries whose flags flew over Texas during the state’s colorful history, created a spectacular and magical setting for guests – and provided the park’s name....   [tags: Business Analysis ]

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Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Book Report

- Tom Clancy Rainbow Six This book was published by G.P. Putnam's Sons in New York, USA. Copyright date is 1998. There are 740 pages in this book. Thomas L. Clancy, Jr. was born on the 12th of April 1947, he is married and lives in Maryland, USA. Clancy's novels can be classified as Military-Techno-Thrillers. He has written fiction and non-fiction books, Rainbow Six is a fiction book. As for other titles, well there are just to many to list, in total 23. Some books that he has written are The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Clear and Present Danger, to list a few....   [tags: Tom Clancy Rainbow Six Author Book Summary Review]

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The Making and Meaning of Public Art

- Christo and Jeanne- Claude’s installation, called The Gates, one of their large scaled works, was placed at the Central Park, New York City. The work consists of over 7500 gates with saffron colored fabric panels hanging down, occupying the walkways of the park. The Gates started at the entrance to the park and its name was inspired by the openings spread throughout the stone- walls that separate the park from the city, which was also called gates by its architects. Walking through the sixteen feet tall gates, one can encounter array of varying width from six to eighteen feet....   [tags: christo and jeanne-claude, the gates]

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Osteosarcoma: A Malignant Tumor of Mesodermal Connective Tissue

- Pathology Osteosarcoma is a malignant tumour of mesodermal connective tissue generally originating from bone and rarely in soft tissue (Dahlin, 1975). It is defined by the presence proliferating malignant mesenchymal cells that produce osteoid and/or immature bones (Gaeta, 1988). Osteosarcoma is most frequently found in the medullary cavity of the metaphysis of a growing long tubular bone. However, it can also appear on the surface of a bone (Gurfunkle, 2007). Most osteosarcoma’s develop in the appendicular skeleton with only 10% developing in axial skeleton....   [tags: bone diseases]

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Malignant Iago of Shakespeare's Othello

-     Pure evil is like a cancerous plague that harms all those who come upon it.  In the tragic play “Othello” by William Shakespeare, Iago is a character that represents pure evil – a malignant cancer to all those around him.  His evil is exposed through his choice of words, his ability to manipulate people, and his opportunistic ways.       First, Iago’s evil is shown through his choice of words that demonstrate his vulgarity and his sinister intentions.  Iago’s language is extremely base and forward; he does show any remorse or sympathy in any situation.  For example, Desdemona has recently married Othello; when Desdemona’s father, Brabantio, hears the news he becomes enraged.  To make...   [tags: GCSE Coursework Shakespeare Othello]

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The Malignant American in Surfacing

- The Malignant American in Surfacing     Before traveling through Europe last summer, friends advised me to avoid being identified as an American.  Throughout Europe, the term American connotes arrogance and insensitivity to local culture.  In line with the foregoing stereotype, the unnamed narrator's use of the term American in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing is used to describe individuals of any nationality who are unempathetic and thus destructive.  The narrator, however, uses the word in the context of her guilt over her abortion and consequent emotional numbness.  The narrator's vituperative definition of American as an individual who is unempathetic and destructive is largely attributa...   [tags: Atwood Surfacing Essays]

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Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells and The Treatment of Malignant Diseases

- Introduction The proper processing, storage, and selection of hematopoietic progenitor cell (HPC) products for transplantation is essential to maintaining the product’s viability, and reducing the likelihood of adverse recipient reactions. Hematopoietic progenitor cells are most commonly used to treat a variety of malignant hematological diseases. Some nonmalignant diseases may also be treated with HPC transplantation, but because of the high risk of fatal complications associated with the procedure, it is uncommon....   [tags: processing, lab, storage, selection]

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All about Steve Jobs and Bill Gates

- Steve Jobs Steve Jobs born on February 24, 1995 in San Francisco, California. Both his parents Abdulfattah “John” Jandali & Joanne Simpson were two graduates from University of Wisconsin. His father Abdulfattah Jandali worked as a Syrian political science professor and his mother, Joanne Simpson, worked as a speech therapist. Although Jobs parents were both graduate students and highly agile people, there decision did not show any wisdom. Steve Jobs was the result from an unwanted pregnancy. When Joanne Simpson, became pregnant her father and mother oppose her to marry Jandali since he was Syrian....   [tags: brief biographies, computer technology wizards]

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Grade Six Achievement Testing ( Gsat )

- Born to a seven member family in Kingston, Jamaica, the last child of six, December 30, 1975 is a day my mother will cherish for the rest of her life. Given the name Tena Elizabeth Mitchell, affectionately called Mellissa, I grew up in a humble family with limited resources. Living constantly in the shadow of my older siblings, I was always compared with my siblings, a comparison I did not appreciate. I took my Common Entrance, a test taken in Jamaica to place adolescents in a High School that suits their academic abilities; now known as Grade Six Achievement Testing (GSAT) and was placed in what was considered one of the top five high schools by the Jamaican society....   [tags: High school, Teacher, Parent, Academic term]

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Six Major Types of Trauma in The World

- Rebecca is a 32-year-old single mother of 4-year-old son Grayson. Grayson’s father left shortly after he was born. Rebecca grew up in a lower socioeconomic household. Money was always an issue for the family of eight. Her mother worked two jobs while her father was a truck driver who was rarely home. Rebecca’s parents left her in the care of neighbors or one of her 4 older siblings. As a result, Rebecca has never been comfortable with expressing emotions or showing close contact. Rebecca now works as a consultant at the local bank....   [tags: difficult birht, pregnancy, abuse, neglect]

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Reflection of Six Ethics Case Studies

- In this essay I am going to consider the ethical issues that arose in the six case studies I have written, as well as look at theories that can be applied to the situations. The first case study I will be looking at is the Enron accounting scandal. The issues that arose from the scandal include hiding losses off the balance sheets using special purpose entities (SPE’s), executives personally profiting from the company’s loses, and subsequent bankruptcy, as well as a disregarding for fiduciary duties....   [tags: Ethics Case Studies]

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Technology: Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Bill Gates

- 1.0 INTRODUCTION Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Bill Gates are two prominent figures who are well-known for their astound list of achievements. Tun Dr Mahathir is the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia who had been ruling the country for twenty two years, the longest period of all prime ministers. Mahathir is known as Father of Modernisation because during his tenure of ruling, he had imposed a series of improvisation projects which made Malaysia to go through rapid development in many aspects. Mahathir had brilliantly come out with a project entitled Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) which aimed at propelling the nation into the digital age....   [tags: success, achievements, development]

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Common Core, Education and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

- The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation has been deeply involved in K-12 education for many years, but the organization has become the most involved yet with the creation of CCSS. The Foundation is a vocal and a monetary supporter of CCSS. They are putting money behind the many organizations supporting CCSS; they have been accused of buying off potential critics of the standards. A New York Time report revealed several statements from organizations who have received Foundation grants one, Frederick Hess (2012) who admitted a potential conflict of interest and stated “There can be an exquisite carefulness about how we’re going to say anything that could reflect badly on a foundation” (The Origi...   [tags: Education, Organization]

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The Gates to Our Homes and What We Let In

- THE GATES TO OUR HOMES AND WHAT WE LET IN By Wildman Liberty University I assert that television has become two very different things in our homes; it has been a great tool for many things to build and enhance our lives, however it also has developed a slow decay of its majority content that has greatly degraded our culture. The question is does the good outweigh the bad. Some say it is important to use any tools available, while others say that the risk of allowing damaging content into our homes is too big of a chance to take....   [tags: television, content, culture, decay, Bible, Christ]

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