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    Sport Record

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    Sport Record The founding father of the Olympic Movement, Pierre de Coubertin, referred to the sport record as having the same function in the ideology of Olympism as the principle of gravity in Newtonian mechanics (Loland 1995). The record was, so to speak, the eternal axiom of sport. No doubt, Coubertin was right in many ways. The fascination for records is a key element in our fascination for sports. Records are the stuff of which legends and myths are made. Johnny Weissmuller's 1924 one

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    applicable definition of software obsolescence varies depending on the system that uses the software and where and how that system is being used. Perhaps the greatest challenges to electronic record keeping which are evolve of the technology. New hardware and software are replacing the products and methods used to record, store and retrieve digital information on cycles of two to five years. No system is currently capable of more than thirty years of retention and access. With the continuous upgrade of

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    Cadillac Records

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    The film Cadillac Records is a biopic that retells the story of a few major R&B artists during the 1950s and 1960s. The film mainly focuses on the characters Muddy Waters and the Leonard Chess. The film later includes other famous artists such as Chuck Berry, Etta James, and Little Walter. It also briefly shows Mick Jagger, from The Rolling Stones near the end of the film, and occasionally Howlin Wolf and Hubert Sumlin make an appearance. The movie first introduces the main characters. Leonard Chess

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    Throughout history, the composition of medical records has changed immensely. In the book, The Golden Standard, the authors Timmermans & Berg (2003) elaborate on this, explaining how the medical records from the past are very different from the ones that exist today. They start off by describing what medical records were like during the early 20th century, noting how simple they were. They included only a few short sentences regarding the nature of the injury, the results of a urine test, and the

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    American Songs that Record Culture and History As has been said many times over, songs are a reflection of society. They give insight into feelings, moods, historical changes, and the overall atmosphere of the society. Our American society is diverse and so too is our music. There are many genres of music and there were many evolutions to create those genres. Further, what happens in society, the historical changes, also effect those changes. Sex, drugs, alcohol. They are influential substance/actions

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    The Record Companies' Decrease in Sales The music business is experiencing a recession where record sales are reaching all-time lows. All record companies have in the last few years experienced a considerable decrease in sales. Finding the cause or causes of this has naturally become a major concern for all of them. Some blame the recession in the West in general, but that can hardly explain why one industry is losing out so much more than others. Music today is less from the heart

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    Goals of Record Producer

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    Here comes Pharrell (record producer/music artist) on the radio with a new snazzy song. The song is such a hit that it has great vibes and a flowing rhythm. But wait, how does Pharrell create a song that is so attractive to your ears? A record producer would be able to answer the questions and help explain why Pharrell song is so brilliant. Record Producer is a great career to get into because they create new types of music and meet new or highly known musicians. Even though you have to learn new

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    The Story of Island Records

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    Island Records is one of the most influential pop music record labels of all time. Mixing cultures and influences from reggae to pop, hip hop, and even punk, Island has shaken up ideas and introduced new genres to mainstream music, bringing cultures into the musical spotlight halfway across the world. Still alive and thriving today, Island has produced some of the music industry’s biggest names and groups including Jimmy Buffet, The B-52s, U2, and Bob Marley. But like all companies, Island too started

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    Vinyl Record Essay

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    society, many people do not appreciate how extraordinary music truly is. Since the birth of the vinyl record, there are less people who own and are interested in them. Even though vinyl records have recently been making a comeback, they are still not as popular as they once were. People take for granted how easily accessible music is today though in the past it was not as simple. Even though vinyl records may be costly and may not have a large quantity of songs, as time progresses and technology continues

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    Medical records serve many purposes. Immediate access for facilities to get current patient medical records in any place in the world is very important. As we probably all know the facilities which are responsible for keeping Medical Records are small doctor offices, hospitals or laboratories. Often the patient does not have chance where to heal, because the disease can surprise anyone at any time and place. That why right now more medical records are saving electronically, what can help for patient

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