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    and systems businesses are at the intersection of tremendous change and opportunity," said Allen. "This restructuring ensures that each can follow the path of greatest opportunity without worrying about bumping into each other along the way." Lars Nyberg was announced Chief Executive Officer for NCR, formerly known as GIS, the new computer company.

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    contextual criticism

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    Upon first hearing the song One by Metallica many would assume it is just a heavy metal song that has no true meaning to its lyrics other than to sound abrasive and frightening. However this song in particular has a much deeper meaning than just to scare listeners. The song is based on the anti-war novel Johnny Got His Gun written by Dalton Trumbo in 1029. In order to understand the song in its entirety we must first be able to understand the novel and its meaning. Johnny Got His Gun was written

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    Napster

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    As I sat in front of my computer downloading my favorite song from Napster, I started to think about how hard it must have been to write a song so sublime with the way the words flow from one another, and how talented one must be to do so. I started to think how hard people work on their music for themselves and their fans, and how their fans don’t realize what they are doing every time they download a song off the internet. What they don’t realize is that it is messing over the people who worked

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    much as the unemployed and war veteran types. But I feel in my heart that all people with no homes, or lives for that matter, should get some sort of help to survive and get back on their feet so that they can become a pro-ductive member of society. Lars Eighner, a homeless man, wrote a book entitled "Travels with Lizbeth: Three Years on the Road and on the Streets" in which he describes in one chapter "the process of scavenging Dumsters for food and other necessities." Eighner states that even though

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    The Cyberknife stereotactic surgery, developed in 1997 by John R. Adler, a professor of Neurosurgery and Radiation Oncology from Stanford University, and manufactured by Accuracy, Inc., involves a frameless robotic system focusing high concentrations of radiation to target small, critically located tumors without invasive surgery of the skull. This image guided robotic radiosurgery has helped replace external beam radiotherapy and have proved to be a safe and effective for patients with pituitary

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    how to do things right

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    I plan to compare Lars Eighner’s essay “On Dumpster Diving” and Daniel Orozco’s short story “Orientation”. Eighners writes his essay after being homeless and experiencing poverty due to a loss job. He gives instructions on how to be an ingenious Dumpster scavenger, during the everyday life as a homeless person. On the other hand, Orozco writes a short story about going through a very detailed orientation on the first day at a new office setting job. Although both of the stories are completely different

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    Nymphomaniac vol. I & II directed by Lars Von Trier marks his third and final installment of his “Trilogy of Depression”. The film opens up with Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg), laying on the ground, beaten and bloody, as a man, Seligman, (Stellan Skarsgård) returning from a store passes her and offers her help. She refuses any sort of medical help, and insists that he does not call the ambulance and instead asks for a cup of tea. Seligman tells her he does not “serve tea on the street” and escorts her

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    Apocalypse Now

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    of them there are a few avenues they can explore. One of the most powerful is cinema. There are a number of great films that explore this subject in detail, and shed light on a perspective most Americans may not be familiar with. Two such films are Lars Von Trier’s portrait of everyday American life called Dogville, and the other is Francis Ford Coppola’s war epic Apocalypse Now. Although both films are quite different, both emphasize and reinforce the negative stereotypes associated with Americans

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    In the film Dogville written and directed by Lars von Trier, there is no outdoor or indoor movie set in the traditional sense that they film on. Instead the director chose to use a large empty stage, set up like a large blueprint of the town of Dogville with each house individually named and outlined. The entirety of the movie is shot on this stage and it is never left once, much like a theatrical play but with no audience. There is also no musical score, and the only sound added to the film are

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    If I was to reduce my description of "Dancer in the dark" to one word, it would be daring. Its immediate effect on me was stronger than that of maybe any other film I've ever seen. It shook me, stirred my emotions, made me think and reflect, it disturbed me in the most positive sense of the word and it still does. Its radical make, boldness and consistency exceeds all expectations and probably everything that's come before. This is the perfect example of a director's vision uncompromisingly realized

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