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    online dating

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    A Persuasive Thesis Statement on Online Dating: Better or worse than traditional dating methods? Is online dating safe? Even though online dating may or may not be the safe way to meet someone, is it the best way to find your soul mate? There are a number of pros and cons to online dating. Online dating is the practice of searching for a romantic or sexual partner on the Internet, typically via a dedicated website. Online dating lets you seek potential partners and helps you match up with the person

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    Online Music Piracy

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    Online Piracy Online piracy has continued to grow in this digital age. You’ll find a large majority of homes equipped with a computer and access to the outside internet. This is for the most part harmless for the average user, but as technology continues to pave the way, a greater ease of access to content is available to anyone who chooses to pursue it. Among this available content is illegal distributions of music, movies, games, and applications, which normally could only be found at a local retail

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    The Nature of Online Communities

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    The Nature of Online Communities What brings people together on the internet? Is it the desire to find a friend and a community or is it the other extreme of finding someone to argue with and release all the anger that has built up inside? Do people not like who they are in real life and find the internet as a place to have a new identity, the person that they have always wanted to be? Or, is it what Rheingold states in his article “The Virtual Community,” “virtual communities treat them

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    Online Community Experience

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    Online Community Experience In order to gain a better perspective of online communities I had no other choice but to join one. I looked at several different sites such as MSN.com and YAHOO.com that had discussion boards available to join but I just couldn’t find one that fit my interests. I then logged onto MTV.com where I found a discussion board all about my favorite TV show: The Real World. The board was a community of people who shared a common interest in the show and could come together

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    Stocking the Online Community

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    Stocking the Online Community I must have a net worth of one million dollars by the time I'm forty. Sounds like a plan to me. Retirement, living the good life. My plan would be to go to school full?time, quit the job, and move into the country. (Not necessarily in that order) The Ad's I see have to be working for someone. The internet and stock trading were meant for each other. More and more people are getting on the band wagon so get on early. "But these hot High?tech stocks and you can't miss

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    ONLINE SHOPPING ABSTRACT Online shopping basically provides the way consumers go shopping and purchase services and goods with reasonable price on the Internet. For some consumers, shopping and purchasing online have become part of their daily lives, while others may not even care about it. The primary objective of this project is to study the importance of Online shopping. The importance of the online shopping is to determine through two important factors. The first

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    Online Shopping were mostly preferred by Consumers even though it has risks, it is less time consuming, will saves consumer’s money and it is convenient. In the last few decades, the internet has been a powerful tool. The advent of internet has removed major industry barriers and made shopping much more easily. The development of internet from last 5 years has significantly increased the web-users which are due high speed data transmission and other technology developments have created an advantage

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    Internet and Online Communities

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    Internet and Online Communities The internet was designed initially by the department of defense for their own purposes. But now it has evolved into a complex network not limited to some specific area or region but extending over every part of earth. The Internet now is a form of communication to us. It has become not only a source of information and technology, but it also now houses other different kinds of things. e.g. communities(something we are going to discuss in this paper), educational

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    Identity Theft Online

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    some type of your personal information. Today, identity theft is becoming more and more common. Websites used to promise more security for consumers, and today websites are no longer offering the same protection. With more and more people shopping online, criminals are gaining access to innocent shoppers’ identities easier than ever. Companies are using consumer information to help target the individual for sales of things they like. Many people are worried that these companies have gone too far

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    Online Games

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    development of games that were culturally sensitive. This therefore led to the development of both the Japanese role playing games and the western role playing games. The online games mainly have different themes and this is what makes the game acceptable to different communities (Prix Junior, 2006). In the industry of online video game and role playing games, the Japanese games are considered the most successful compared to the western games. The Japanese industry is viewed as console centric in

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