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    Mix-tape Phenomenon

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    Mix-tape Phenomenon "This rap game, this rap game / I ain't sellin' my soul for this rap game..." - 50 Cent Just 20 years ago, hip-hop music was thought to be just a simple fad, passing its way through the mainstream of pop music leaving classic dance hall anthems like Kurtis Blow's "Basketball" and Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "White Lines (Don't Do It)" in its wake. But today, hip-hop is a worldwide phenomenon, marking its influence in the world of fashion design (Jay-Z's Roca-Wear

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    Duct Tape

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    can be fixed with one of two items; if it moves and it shouldn't, use duct tape. If it doesn't move and it should, use WD-40. The product we chose for this assignment is duct tape. In this paper we will discuss what duct tape is used for, who creates and supplies duct tape, what duct tape does, why we think duct tape is useful and how we think duct tape will be around and useful in five years. Since it was invented, duct tape has been used for many other purposes. In fact, it has so many now that it

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    failure to compromise one’s own advancement for the well-being of those being studied. Barre Toelken is an encouraging exception to this conundrum, considering his explicit analysis of both Navajo and Western ethics in the case of the Hugh Yellowman tapes. His essay argues for an approach that surrenders the fieldworker’s hypothetical gain to the socio-emotional needs of subjects’ epistemological structure and, most intriguingly, he treats ethnographic materials as praxis rather than data. After years

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    A Glimpse of the Tape Recorder

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    that the tape recorder is one of the most important, I believe that is has had one of the most impacts on our society. The rise of the tape recorder made its mark in 1898 when Danish inventor, Valdemar Poulsen, manufactured a device called the “Telegraphon” that recorded phone calls when the person being called was absent (“The Tape Recorder”). And since then it has grown into a much more complex and has grown in the sense of what it is used for. People in society today have made the tape recorder

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    The Imagery & Tone of a Play: The Use of Literary Devices Imagery & Tone in Krapp’s Last Tape In the play Krapp’s Last Tape, there is one protagonist who is described as sitting at a small table, listening to tapes. Krapp is an impaired and “broken-down” elderly man who spends his time listening to his younger voice on tapes. He is egotistical and subjective towards his younger self and critiques the way he acted in a certain place or time. He is lonely, but okay with it as he would rather

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    Play, Krapp’s Last Tape “bois seul bouffe brûle crêve seul comme devant les absents sont morts les présents puent sors tes yeux détourne-les sur les roseaux se taquinent-ils ou les aïs pas la peine il y a le vent et l’état de veille”[1][1] -Samuel Beckett, Untitled As an avant-garde writer and a trend starter, Beckett was intensely in touch with his own time and its most significant realities, one of which being technological progress. In his play Krapp’s Last Tape, first performed in

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    of 19mm Sticky Tape For the major Science Investigation this year I have decided to test a very commonly used household and office tool. The sticky tape or pressure-sensitive tape. In this specific investigation the different types of sticky tape being tested and investigated are all 18-19mm in length. There is the Scotch 600 clear and transparent tape which is expensive, then an 18mm wide, black electrical tape. A yellowish coloured masking tape, a brown cellophane tape which is 19mm

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    Krapps Last Tape: Imagery In Color

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    Krapp's Last Tape: Imagery in Color During the 20th century, there was an evident disillusion and disintegration in religious views and human nature due to the horrific and appalling events and improvements in technology of this time, such as the Holocaust and the creation of the atom bomb. This has left people with little, if any, faith in powers above or in their own kind, leaving them to linger in feelings of despair and that life is an absurd joke. From these times grew the Theater of Absurd

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    An Auto shop Miracle: Scotch Tape The 1920s, an era commonly known as the “Roaring Twenties” was a time period filled with various new and innovative inventions. Starting off as a simple fix to a common problem, scotch tape was introduced in 1925 by a humble engineer, Richard Drew. Almost a century has passed since Richard Drew’s invention of scotch tape, and it is still used for various uses. The inventor, Richard Drew, grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota. After dropping out of college, he

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    Theme expressed in Tape by Jose Rivera

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    “Tape” is a short ten minute play by Jose Rivera. It’s a play that only has two characters, a Person and an Attendant. It takes place in a small dark room with no windows and only one door. Inside the room are a chair and a table with a reel-to-reel tape recorder and a glass and pitcher of water. This play is about a Person who is brought to the small room by the Attendant to listen to every lie the Person has told in life. Every single lie was recorded and now it’s time that the Person gets to listen

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