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  • Heart Of Darkness - 1,109 words
    ... is supernatural the way that Kurtz is treated like a divine creator, his powers are infinite and he grotesquely abuses them. Kurtz had been so devoured by the darkness within himself that this led him to irrational violence. Those who displeased Kurtz would have to confront his violent wrath. The remains of these unfortunates are viewed by the rest of the cult, upon the stakes that pierce through the remains of their withered skulls. Marlow, somehow, survives his confrontation with the darkness in the Congo and conquers his fears. He is then able to return back to the light setting of civilization. The setting would not be such a significant factor of the novel if it weren't combined wit ...
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  • Data Mining In A Nut Shell - 862 words
    ... ; ALICEd'Isoft Alice is a powerful and easy to use Data Mining Tool. Use decision trees to explore & exploit your data. Textual reports, SQL queries generation, What-If Analysis, etc. http://www.isoft.fr/ SPSS Clementine Clementine is the leading data mining toolkit, twice winning the UK Government's (Department of Trade & Industry) SMART award for innovation. Clementine applications include customer segmentation/profiling for marketing companies, fraud detection, credit scoring, load forecasting for utility companies, and profit prediction for retailers. http://www.isl.co.uk/clem.html Data Distilleries Data Surveyor Data Surveyor is a data mining tool for expert users. It consi ...
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  • Maddox - 306 words
    To Lucas' credit, he was tacitly shamed into not giving Jar Jar any talking lines in this movie. With Jar Jar's character no longer speaking to annoy you, Lucas filled the void by giving every robot in the movie stupid toy noises. So instead of doing something cool like having the robots chase after screaming children, they bitch and moan and say things like 'ow' when they get their prosthetic limbs chopped off. Even worse are the idiots who scarf down these sub-childish morsels of comedic relief, playing into Lucas' shallow theatrics so easily that you could sell these people hookers in a vagina storm. Before I go on, I have to address something that all you stupid Star Wars nerds are proba ...
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  • Victory Over Limits - 933 words
    Matt Ravaioli ENGL 494.01/Spring 2002 March 7, 2002 "Victory Over the Limits" There is no doubt that DH Lawrence's limits of expression are far different than many successful writers before him. These limits were not etched in stone, but writers knew that there were certain boundaries that should not be crossed. Lawrence chooses a number of ways to push these boundaries, and is extremely successful in doing so. His dedication to use the strongest possible language and expressions to describe sexual encounters forced his novel to come under wraps. Each of the main characters contributes to the challenge Lawrence gives to the limits of expression. Their actions as well as their language confir ...
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  • Computer Systems - 899 words
    1 Introduction. 2 2 Specification of new Computers by category. 3 2.1 Designers 3 2.2 Sales Support and Accounts 5 2.3 Sales Manager 5 2.4 Production Technicians 5 2.5 Production Manager 5 2.6 Site Director 5 2.7 Directors PA 5 2.8 ICT Engineer 5 2.9 Salespeople 7 3 Ancillary Equipment 9 3.1 Printers 9 4 Network Requirements 10 4.1 Server Specification 10 4.2 Communications Equipment 11 5 Training Requirements 12 6 Network Resources Plan 12 7 Supplier Evaluation and Selection 12 7.1 Reputation 12 7.2 Quality components 13 7.3 Warranty 13 7.4 After sales service 13 8 APPENDIX A 14 1 Introduction. &#61623; This report is to identify the various network components that will be implemented a ...
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  • Ballad Of Birmingham - 437 words
    Dudley Randall's Ballad of Birmingham gives a poetic account of the bombing of a Birmingham church in 1963. The poem was written in ballad form to convey the mood of the mother to her daughter. The author also gives a graphic account of what the 1960's were like. Irony played a part also in the ballad showing the church as the warzone and the freedom march as the safer place to be. Writing the poem in ballad form gave a sense of mood to each paragraph. The poem starts out with an eager little girl wanting to march for freedom. The mother explains how treacherous the march could become showing her fear for her daughters life. The mood swings back and forth until finally the mother's fear over ...
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  • Music In General - 572 words
    May 21, 1998 period 1 The Beatles I enjoyed the music of The Beatles. I felt that their songs were fun and uplifting. They had enjoyable beats and were easy to dance and listen to. Listening to their music didn?t put me to sleep. That is a good thing. They didn?t always have to have a meaning behind their music. Some of the songs that they wrote were just a result of them screwing around. The one thing that I did notice was that I could understand every word they were singing in their songs. That is another reason that I enjoyed their music so much. There have been many groups in the past, and there are many groups today that don?t know how to make music. All they can do is make racket and s ...
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  • So Far From God - 862 words
    Eisenhower, John S. D. So Far From God: The U. S. War with Mexico 1846 - 1848. New York: Random House, 1989, xxvi, 436. Mr. John Eisenhower is a retired Army General from Westchester, Pennsylvania. He is also the son of retired General and later President, Dwight D. Eisehower. He is an author as well as a military historian. Mr. Eisenhower's other works include, The Bitter Woods, published in 1987 and critically acclaimed by Life magazine author, S. L. A. Marshall as being "written with power by a true military historian." Reviews of his work from The New Yorker and New York Times Book Review describe his accounts as "Exceptionally interesting" and "Written with enthusiasm that is hard to re ...
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  • Othellos Loss For Words - 800 words
    ... p; And when she seemed to shake and fear your looks She loved them most. OTHELLO And so she did. (III.iii.210-213) Here Iago plants the germ. The idea of Othello's wife being deceptive had never entered Othello's mind before - yet Iago's choice of words makes Othello undoubtedly agree with him. Having already suggested he should watch the relationship with Desdemona and Cassio closely, he chooses to remind Othello that they did marry without her father's permission - or without him knowing. It is at this point in the play that we see a major change in Othello. What was once the fearless bastion of warfare and unconditional love, has now been fed - albeit maliciously - the fixings that ma ...
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  • Maddox - 306 words
    To Lucas' credit, he was tacitly shamed into not giving Jar Jar any talking lines in this movie. With Jar Jar's character no longer speaking to annoy you, Lucas filled the void by giving every robot in the movie stupid toy noises. So instead of doing something cool like having the robots chase after screaming children, they bitch and moan and say things like 'ow' when they get their prosthetic limbs chopped off. Even worse are the idiots who scarf down these sub-childish morsels of comedic relief, playing into Lucas' shallow theatrics so easily that you could sell these people hookers in a vagina storm. Before I go on, I have to address something that all you stupid Star Wars nerds are proba ...
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  • Animation And Comedy - 538 words
    Animation & Comedy Simpsons is a vivid example of how it is possible to express characters with the help of animation. Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are some of the worlds most favorite cartoon characters, and make up one of televisions most famous shows, The Simpsons. These five intriguing characters, along with a large array of other characters, come straight from the imagination of writer, creator, and cartoonist Matt Greoning. This 20th Century Fox presentation of family life gives a facetious look at American families in the very late 20th Century. The hilarious show portrays the difficulties of the Simpsons which real families are said to relate with, to a certain degree. The hi ...
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  • Violence And Children - 1,002 words
    Violence On Television. Parents must have a tremendous power to moderate the influence of violence to their children. Parents can screen the TV program their children watch. They can actually restrict their childrens viewing habits to the shows that are only beneficial. (Anderson, 2004). The Video Game Technology and its Effects on Children The video game technology, like most technologies, has changed drastically in the last few years. Arcades may look much the same on the surface as they did a decade or two ago, but the games have become far more violent, sophisticated and addictive. When one visits the video arcade it is not surprising to see children pointing and shooting something that ...
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  • Modern Painting - 541 words
    Embodiment takes us back to the very start of Frieds critical path. In his recent essay An Introduction to My Art Criticism Fried says that Anthony Caros sculptures made him feel that he was about to levitate or burst into blossom and that the phenomenologist Maurice Merleau-Ponty provided philosophical sanction for taking those feelings seriously. Phenomenology licensed Fried to hold up subjective experience as an authoritative ground and origin for art. The lived body- first Menzels, then the beholders- becomes for Fried the source ... of primordial intentionality. Menzels realism, for Fried, is solipsism, no more, no less: All you can count on, in the end, are modalities of the self. (Gra ...
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  • The Effect Of Computers On Human Relationships - 2,373 words
    I have, since my earliest memories, been fascinated by the rapid advancements in science and technology. I have seen, in the course of the last years, our ability to affect the world around us in almost any way we desire, and I have also seen changes to major segments of humanity made through the application of power, without thought to long term consequences. In addressing the impact of the computers and their networks on society and our relationships with others in general, we must consider the three main mechanisms of the information exchange process as it exists today. They are the personal computer, the Internet, and the human mind. All three are capable of perceiving and representing t ...
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  • Post-impressionists - 874 words
    In the 1800's, scientists made many discoveries about light and its spectrum of colors. The Post-Impressionists were among the first artists in history to apply scientific laws of light and color to their art. They used the discoveries of physicists and chemists in choosing which colors to place side by side to create various artistic effects. For centuries, paints were made from things like ground up beetles, burnt bones, and different kinds of metal and even precious stones. Some of the colors were bright, but many were muted and dull. In the mid-1800's, chemists found ways to produce many new and vibrant colors in their laboratories. The Impressionists and Post-Impressionists were the fir ...
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  • Online Gaming - 792 words
    Society is becoming ever more dependent on being electronically connected with every other part of the world. Worldwide communication and commerce are just two areas where people benefit from living in an information age. Using the Internet, business can be conducted from anywhere in the world, and you can even talk to get to know other people, anywhere in the world. These online activities became possible only very recently. Applications, that utilize the Internet, are being developed every day. However, because of the nature in which most of us are connected to the Internet, there will be limitations to what we can do online. There has been a new trend in gaming in the United States and al ...
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  • Websites - 1,193 words
    Regardless of motives of a designer, any web site attempts to have return consumers. A site owner definitely wants consumers to come back a second or third time, which means that a designer has to offer them some incentive. That incentive should be the same motivation that spurs a designer on in developing a web site. If a designers purpose is to educate, he or she should try to keep the site content fresh and above all, credible. Any web site that wants to be successful should possess some information that is needed. In the creation of business, related site a designer should look at the site as a consumer would. However, it may be a hard task, because a designer or a group of designers can ...
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  • David Carson - 878 words
    David Carson, as a graphic designer started by creating visuals for Transworld Skateboarding magazine, later his art could be seen in Transworld Snowboarding, Beach Culture, Surfer and finally Ray Gun that revealed Carsons vivid graphical language; he was able to connect to the audience using his unique code of color and shape, making print medium alive and fresh. Its his work in Ray Gun that made him renown; his works were highly praised in mainstream periodicals including New York and Newsweek. William Gibson in his book Out of Control, gives the following description of the designers work in Ray Gun, "The event horizon of futurity, as close as any windshield, its textures mapped in channe ...
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