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Dell Computer Corp Board Of Directors
1,250 wordsCompaq Computer Corporation was founded in February 1982 by Rod Canon, Jim Harris and Bill Must, three senior managers who left Texas Instruments and invested $ 1, 000 each to form their own company. Their first idea was a portable personal computer that was sketched on a paper placemat in a Houston pie shop. The founders presented their idea to Ben Rosen, president of Seven Rosen Partners, a high-tech venture capital firm. The venture capitalists were impressed with the idea of a portable produ...
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Frames Per Second High Definition
1,171 wordsThe television industry would have you believe its the second coming. Retailers preach the scriptures of higher resolution and digital video and audio quality, while consumers are shepherded by consumer magazines looking out for their best interests, providing previews and coming attraction for the self-made home theatre-price. What is the excitement about? HDTV: high definition television broadcasting is sending ripples throughout the television industry's pond. Since 1988, the industry has bee...
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Watching Tv Television Shows
643 wordsFrom what I've experienced from hours in front of this controlling box, I have learned very little compared to real life experiences. But what else could be easier than to relax on a nice soft couch, and push a button? The television business has gotten attention from us all. From the classroom, the home and the workplace, the television industry has us right where they want us. We pay the high prices monthly. Television watching is a necessity in most people's live. Available to all, a cable ne...
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Low Cost Television Industry
917 wordsMicroeconomics and HDTVs The development of High Definition television and the future widespread of standardization is going to have great effect on the market of technological innovation in the television industry. The newly developed more efficient tools for using the mass media industry is currently pushing away the older and as a consequence less improved technology from the market. The new direct-view HDTVs and monitors provide consumers with a wide range of affordable choices at a time of ...
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Violence On Television Amount Of Time
1,156 wordsTV Or NO TV That Seems to be the Question TV or No TV This is a question millions of parents are pondering across America. Violence, along with sexual content, on television is at an all time high. So are the ratings, however. Sex and violence seems to draw a larger audience. A larger audience brings networks more money. This all looks simple enough except for the fact that all of the viewers arent old enough determine fact from fiction or right from wrong. With violence in schools on the rise, ...
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Television Violence Test Scores
1,695 wordsTelevision: Americas New Dictator? During the course of televisions history, this powerful medium has had remarkable influence on the social and moral values of Americans, altering the manner in which they think and live. In the words of Neil Postman, Television has, by its power to control the time, attention, and cognitive habits of our youths, inevitably gained the power to control their minds and character (Bill 59). It should first be made clear that television is a business whose focus is ...
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African Americans Asian Americans
995 wordsAt some point in the course of human events, America decided that the television was their Dali Lama, their cultural and spiritual leader. Overlooking its obvious entertainment based purpose, Americans have let the television baby-sit and rear their children. I do not recall a manifesto from the television industry, but society put television in a role it does not have authority in. The only thing television set out to do was provide the passive entertainment American society wants. True, televi...
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Hours Per Week Original Work Published
2,706 wordsMedia Violence in Childrens Lives During the past decade, America has witnessed an alarming increase in the incidence of violence in the lives of children. On a daily basis, children in America are victims of violence, as witnesses to violent acts in their homes or communities, or as victims of abuse, neglect, or personal assault. The causes of violent behavior in society are complex and interrelated. Among the significant contributors are poverty, racism, unemployment, illegal drugs, inadequate...
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