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    Gateway

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    Gateway Inc. Issues: ·     The US personal computer market continued to struggle and Dell had just lowered its prices about 20%. As a result, its stock price rose 13% and it gained more market share. ·     How should Gateway respond to Dell and its recent price cuts? o     Lowering Gateway prices could jeopardize gross profit margins o     Conversely, unit sales were already down so there was the threat of additional sales loss ·     Resource Allocation: o     Should Gateway focus on US consumer

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    Gateway to the Smokies

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    Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is the "Gateway to the Smoky Mountains." It is located approximately 120 miles southwest of the ETSU campus. Pigeon Forge is a highly recognized tourist town with many activities. Pigeon Forge, Tennessee contains many forms of entertainment, such as Dollywood, lodging, and restaurants for the average student tourists. The entertainment industry is the main reason why Pigeon Forge is such a well-known tourist town. Dollywood is usually the main attraction. Dollywood is

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    Conversation is the Gateway to Knowledge

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    In America, the variety of peoples and learning styles (kinesthetic, visual, auditory, to name a few) make determining how one goes about acquiring knowledge a daunting task. Language is the prevailing medium we use to impart and receive the information that we apply and add to our knowledge base. Since our language is somewhat arbitrary in its meanings, we require definitions so all members have the same (or nearly the same) understanding for the terminology used. We think of knowledge as definable

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    The Success of Gateway Computer

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    The Success of Gateway Computer Gateway 2000 was formed by Ted Waitt(CEO), in September 1985, in Sioux City, Iowa. The company was founded along with Senior Vice president Mike Hammond. In 1990, as the company began to blossom it was moved to its current location in North Sioux City, South Dakota. They formed Gateway 2000 with one goal in mind- to offer PC buyers a logical alternative to high markups, limited choices and inadequate support, common in the retail PC market (Gateway.com 1). These

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    Gateway Inc.

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    Gateway Inc. Gateway, Inc., founded in 1985, started with two people working out of an Iowa farmhouse. With a "keep it personal, make it simple" philosophy Gateway, Inc. has grown rapidly since it went public 8 years after the company started. Today, Gateway is a 7.5 billion Fortune 250 company that has 19,000 people on its payroll and prides itself on building lifelong relationships with its customers.4 The company operates sales and technical support centers on four continents and has manufacturing

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    Gateway Drugs and Common Drug Abuse

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    Gateway Drugs and Common Drug Abuse The oldest known written record of drug use is a clay tablet from the ancient Sumerian civilization of the Middle East. This tablet, made in the 2000’s B.C., lists about a dozen drug prescriptions. An Egyptian scroll from bout 1550 B.C. names more than 800 prescriptions containing about 700 drugs. The ancient Chinese, Greek and Romans also used many drugs. The Greeks and Romans used opium to relieve pain. The Egyptians used castor oil as a laxative. The Chinese

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    Maintenance is the complete opposite of this. Robert Pirsig's use of description, plot arrangement, and theory explanation all help keep the reader involved in this cerebral book. These aspects not only keep us involved, but make this book a sort of "gateway" to the great minds of this century. Judging by this book and his reputation, Robert Pirsig is no exception to that list of great minds. Einstein said, and is quoted in this book, "Man tries to make for himself in the fashion that suits him best a

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    as interior and exterior gateway protocols. A network simply just ran on a generic routing protocol. This eventually ran into problems so Routing Information Protocol (RIP) was developed and ran as the single routing protocol for many years [1]. As the internet grew, however, this single routing protocol could no longer handle all the traffic. Because of this, over time numerous other routing protocols were developed to meet the needs of routing. One of the numerous gateway protocols that were developed

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    Border Gateway Protocol

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    The protocol I chose to write about is the Border Gateway Protocol because it is the main protocol used to operate the internet and recommended protocol for Cisco design certifications. The BGP protocol is an inter-autonomous protocol; which means it is for connecting separate large networks, such as a college network to a corporate network or the internet. Due to the large number of routes and connection this protocol must manage; it uses very many features, or attributes, to achieve this. Cisco

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    Marijuana: A Boon or A Gateway Drug

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    these days between all age groups. Smoker’s says, “There is no harm in smoking marijuana, as it is non-addictive, it relaxes your body and connects you to your soul whereas, non-smokers say, “There is no reason one should smoke it because it’s a gateway drug.” Those who have never experienced the euphoria caused by pot before can make mistake in understanding these psychoactive effects. For a fair conclusion, we have to be fair enough with our perception towards cannabis. Since the beginning of 20th

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