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Flags of Convenience: A Threat to Maritime - Introduction More than forty thousand merchant ships, and countless number of smaller coastal craft, ply world oceans which comprise nearly seventy percent of the earth’s surface. Each year approximately ten million containers of cargo, containing raw materials to finished goods are transported by seas. The ships are owned by different states, private companies or individuals and manned by mixture of seafarers from different countries, mixed together from various nationalities. These ships are perhaps the most autonomous entities on earth as rule of law allows frequent change of their allegiance or identity by choosing a flag to suit their requirement....   [tags: ship, state, maritime laws]
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Modern Conveniences in America - Modern Conveniences Living in a time where modern conveniences are at hand makes an easy life. If the everyday objects like microwaves, air conditioning, and televisions were taken away people would not be able to function. The American society was not always so lucky to have everything effortless. Before microwaves and refrigerators were invented, people truly had to work for their food. Inventions have really made every day lives convenient. The microwave oven revolutionized cooking, making it quick and trouble-free to prepare a complete meal....   [tags: Conveniences]
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Convenience or Quality? - One evening, I went with my family to eat at a restaurant called The Olive Garden. When we arrived, we went inside only to find that we had to wait for one hour before a table would become available. My family and I had to stand outside of the restaurant for a good portion of this time. While I was standing there, I looked across the street and noticed that there were five fast food restaurants surrounding the shopping center. These places had no line in them and people were seated and enjoying their meals....   [tags: Personal Essays] 1092 words
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Convenience Store as Metaphor for a University - Convenience Store as Metaphor for a University The university is a convenience store located along the highway of life. It's not a place the customer-student necessarily wants to stop at, but looking at the gas gauge of opportunity, the customer has decided to stop and fill up on knowledge in order to continue on the journey. Everything the university offers can be compared with an item offered at the convenience store. The knowledge a student is buying can be compared to the different grades of gasoline available to the customer of a convenience store....   [tags: Expository Essays] 718 words
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Privacy: Security, Confidentiality, or Convenience? - Privacy: Security, Confidentiality, or Convenience. INTRODUCTION The evolution of the Internet started from the department of defense's project, and rapidly distributed to world wide. With the rise of the Internet age comes with the benefits and the concerns. Because of the easeness to communicate information and displaying data, the first amendment needs to be applied to this communication channel. How are we using and communicating information without offending and harm others. Since the evolution of the Internet, there has been acts from Congress to regulate the use the Internet such as the Communications Decency Act in 1996 and the Child Online Protection Act in 1998....   [tags: Internet Privacy Secure Cyberspace Essays]
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An Examination of the Potential of REACH's Convenience Meal Program - An Examination of the Potential of REACH's Convenience Meal Program Introduction The purpose of this paper is to examine the value that the Convenience Meal (CM) program has to Regina Education and Action on Child Hunger (REACH). The CM program sells frozen meals primarily to senior citizens in Regina. It is a unique program which serves an undeserved demographic. This paper will seek to first better understand the environment in which the CM program operates, before examining its importance to REACH as an organization....   [tags: Social Welfare / Senior Citizens]
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Conformity and Convenience in Friedrich Durrenmatt’s The Visit - Friedrich Durrenmatt’s epic tragicomedy The Visit is a haunting commentary on the nature of mankind and morality. Bringing to the surface many questions about the difference between justice and revenge, the play is constructed in a way that leaves the reader at once perplexed and conflicted. The difference between right and wrong is often overlooked and even contorted in order to conform with convenience as the citizens of the town become more desperate. The Visit is both a philosophical masterpiece and a harrowing tale of conditional morality....   [tags: Friedrich Durrenmatt] 1508 words
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The Porter 5 Forces Analysis Tool on 7-Eleven Convenience Stores in Malaysia - For assessing the industry profitability, Porter 5 Forces analysis tools were used to analyze one organization evaluation. In this case, the technique were used to analyze 7-Eleven Convenience Store specifically in Malaysia. Porter 5 Forces consists of 5 important area which is Threat of New Entrants, Bargaining Power of customers, Threat of substitute Products and services, Bargaining Power of suppliers, and competitive rivalry within the industry. Theoretically, the more powerful these forces in an industry, the lower its profit potential....   [tags: market, competition, customers] 1096 words
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The Convenience of Credit Cards - Credit cards can be invaluable tools for college students. Using a credit card is more convenient than cash, and may help a young adult build credit that will be useful throughout his adult life. However, before a student applies for a credit card, he needs to know how credit works and the consequences associated with the misuse of a credit card. Credit can be very helpful, but may also be dangerous if one does not use it properly. Many students apply for a credit card as a way to have extra spending money, without realizing that the money has to be repaid....   [tags: Finance] 917 words
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Brave New World: Warnings Pertaining to Technological Growth - Technology today is more relied upon than ever before. If one needs to call someone half way around the world, simply take out a cell phone and dial their number. Within thirty seconds, one can be speaking to that person just as if two people were conversing face-to-face. In the same manner, one has access to endless knowledge and resources by the pushing of a few buttons or the click of a mouse. The usage of social media today is becoming more prevalent than ever before because of the convenience it offers....   [tags: technology, society, dependency, convenience]
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The Death Penalty: The Case of Carlos DeLuna - ... Therefore, the homicide rate of capital punishment state should be higher than the state that does not have it. Unfortunately, the reality in the US shows that capital punishment does not deter criminal acts. As the FBI stated that, “the states without parole punishment generally had lower homicide rates than the states that execute.” Texas, for instance, performs 40 percent of US executions, has twice the murder rate of Wisconsin, which does not have death penalty since 1853. Wisconsin was one of the earliest states in the United States to abolish capital punishment and it is the only state that has practiced death penalty only once....   [tags: convenience, cost, execution] 1323 words
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Users's Perception Towards Reference Chat in UniMap Library - Convenient in use is actually means the location distance for accessing, involving the speed of time and space which suitable as the findings were confirmed by Pomerantz and Luo (2006) from the interviews with chat reference users, where approximately half of them chose to use that service because of the convenient condition. Besides, Emmanuel (2004) also stated that chat reference can be conducted from any location and can provide reference services to those who is not a physical access to the library....   [tags: convenience, perception, reference]
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The Battle of Books vs. E-books - In the wake of the emergence of e-books in the 1990s, the enemy of the traditional books swept over the whole world. Who will win in the battle, books or e-books. According to Nicholas Negroponte's view,the founder and chairman of the one Laptop per Child non-profit association and formerly co-founder and director of the MIT Media Lab, the traditional printing books will be cleared off our life in the future. However, a survey conducted by The Daily Beast, showed that no winner would turn up in the near future....   [tags: convenience, health, environment] 594 words
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Evoluation and Technology in Different Cultures - ... (MacMillan) Multi tasking will slow you down, cause you to make mistakes, dampen your creativity and hurt your memory. Although technology is very convenient we need to balance convenience with what is healthy in the long run. (MacMillan) Social Interaction- Changes in the World Technology has allowed users to make drastic and minor changes in the world. Interactions between superiors and subordinates have become tenser because of social control issues raised by the use of computerized monitoring systems....   [tags: humans, survive, laws, convenience] 3047 words
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Public Transport and Private Car - Public Transport and Private Car Most of cities that people live are sequentially growing, daily routine of many people are also adapted for surrounding in the present. A lot of people have to spend most of their time with travelling though long distances to get from one place to another for connecting their businesses or other purposes by transportation. Most people use public transportation such as BTS and MRT to go each places while many people are using their own cars to travel....   [tags: Transportation, Convenience, Travel, Cars]
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Will American Exceptionalism Fail Us? - Will American Exceptionalism Fail us. In our present sense of patriotism and achievement, we have placed ourselves on top of Olympus in respect to the rest of the world. The US acts as a holder of the peace and resolver of conflict, going around with a savior complex. Yet, how is it that our society and culture is self-imploding with the overwhelming problems we face in respect to our education, moral, economic, societal, and political problems. America is losing its grip, a result of a chaotic and unmotivated society....   [tags: Convenience, Egocentric, Self-Interest] 734 words
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The Surrender of Books to Technology - ... When exploring the technical world of computer applications and software, the mind is cognitively challenged. It is first brought into the state of confusion and then adapted to the changes as information is learned. This is the cycle of cognitive development through technology. Those who browse the web are not textually deprived. Rather, people are constantly browsing articles, reading email, checking Facebook statuses, or even writing blogs. Even though it’s not the same as reading a traditional narrative book, words are being processed frequently....   [tags: cognitive, convenience, search engine] 1028 words
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The Benefits of an Online Degree - According to San Diego University's College of Business Administration, college students drop out for a multitude of reasons. Among these are homesickness, personal family issues, and demands from part-time or full-time employment. Unfortunately the job market these days can be a harsh reality for those lacking some sort of degree. If some of these issues can be eliminated, so many more people will be able to find prosperity despite their situation. One way to prevent these all too common problems from becoming potholes or even stop signs on one's road to success is to enroll in online classes....   [tags: time, cost, convenience] 580 words
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Marketing and Consumer Behaviour Changes - Consumer Behaviour Changes within the retail market as well as the economy have undoubtedly impacted the consumer and their shopping behaviour. Loyalty due to location and convenience has decreased. Consumers are educating themselves on product knowledge, pricing, and are exposed to merchandise options they may never have known existed. (McKay 2010) This new customer is looking for retailers to change with them, offer new services, ranges, and channels. (Zhang, 2009). Consumers are leading increasingly busy lives leaving them feeling time constrained and the recent economic recession has left them ....   [tags: merchandise, loyalty, convenience] 1363 words
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Tehcnology Advancements: Good or Bad? - We never really give technology a second thought because it’s an everyday part of our lives, and we’re used to it. We can’t imagine life without it. It is constantly being improved and going through amazing advancements, but have you ever thought about the two sides of technology. There are many reasons to support both: the good and the bad. I, for one, think that ever-changing technology is a good thing for these three reasons: medical advancements, communication & transportation, and convenience....   [tags: medical, communication, convenience]
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Effects of Daycare on Children - In the earlier years of a child’s life it’s crucial that the child gets the care and attention they need. For children to receive the best care and attention it’s best they stay home with their parents because it’s more influential on their development. However, in order to make a living parents need to re-enter the work force which then leaves them with the decision of which care would be best. This being said, most parents are left with the only option of sending their child to daycare. Being that the parents are left with such option the most important factor they need to take into consideration is the quality of the daycare not price or convenience....   [tags: quality, price, convenience, daycare] 1314 words
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Effectiveness of Online Courses - The following article is a study on the effectiveness of online courses and their effectiveness in both teacher-guided assistance and non-guided learning. The author stated the problem of online learning for students, as being the distractions of the internet itself; online shopping, gaming and social networking. While two advantages of online learning includes the convenience of studying at a place of choice and independent work, students are challenged in staying focused or being disciplined enough to continue or even complete their course of studies....   [tags: education, teaching methods, convenience]
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Discretion in Police Duties - Police officers often encounter situations where the decision to use discretion challenges the way and the type of job that officers would normally conduct. Each day an officer is on the job, discretion when it comes to job duties appears, sometimes without any warning. Officers constantly struggle with the appearance of discretion, and often times do not know how to handle the situation when it does appear. Discretion may take many different forms in the job duties, but it always involves the officer letting a crime “slide,” rather than questioning every suspicious person....   [tags: Factors, Convenience, Concerns]
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How Computers Make Life Easier - How Computers Make Life Easier How Computers Make Life Easier Sometime in the early 1900s a German engineer named Konrad Zuse invented the first computer called the Z3. It was a functional program- controlled computer. He was also a computer pioneer. During this time there was a series of events recorded that entailed the beginning stages of computer use. Over time the development became greater. The society in which we live today has evolved in many ways. One way society has advanced so rapidly over the years is through the use of an amazing electrical device known as the computer....   [tags: Technology Convenience] 1313 words
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Americans Should Eat Healthy Foods - ... Pereira and colleagues, “fast foods may cause health risks for a number of reasons, including the large portion sizes, the attractive taste, and large amounts of carbohydrates that are associated with weight gain and diabetes. (Mitchell 3)” Convenience foods should not be consumed as a staple of daily life, but rather, occasionally as a treat. On an average, large amount of fast foods consumed on a daily basis, leads to the deterioration of an individuals’ bodily health over time. Consuming more fruits, vegetables and healthy foods, will increase the life expectancy of most individuals....   [tags: convenience, foods, taste, health, decline]
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International Commercial Arbitration - Arbitration: It is a process wherein the parties to a dispute present their dispute or disagreement to the discernment and wisdom of an impartial person or group (known as arbitrators) nominated by the mutual/reciprocal consent, who decides the dispute in a quasi-judicial procedure and the award passed by the arbitrators is final and binding on the parties to the dispute. Online Arbitration: If an arbitration procedure is conducted online then it is known as online arbitration. Online arbitration is a procedure of resolving disputes that has all elements of arbitration, including submission and accession to the arbitral tribunal....   [tags: dispute, online, convenience ] 618 words
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A Progressive Regression on Modern Conveniences - Since the beginning of time, humans have striven to advance and progress themselves. From Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin to Josephine Cochran’s Automatic Dishwasher, technology has continued to improve the lives of humans worldwide. Inventions like the Kelvinator (an early model of the refrigerator) and William Cullen’s Freezer have brought stability and security to the lives of families. These technological advances, and others like them, have been considered solely progress. However, progress is defined by Webster as: 1) a moving forward or onward 2) development 3) improvement....   [tags: technology, progress, conveniences] 538 words
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The Conveniences of E-Commerce - The Conveniences of E-Commerce As a child, going shopping consisted of packing the family into our station wagon and driving an hour to a decent sized mall in another town. We would go from store to store, looking for deals in each store and the flyers at the door. I would play the store’s video game consoles while my sisters tried on countless amounts of clothing. After hours of this, we would grab food and drive the hour back home. We would often find better deals on recently purchased items in the next store....   [tags: Internet Business Essays]
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Has Technology Changed Our Lives for the Better or Worse? - What about Technology. Every day I have to press a little button on a small remote controller so the gate at home opens by itself. It seems normal nowadays, but twelve years ago I had to step out of the car to open the gate by myself. I am now 20 years old and I have seen technology flashing through my eyes throughout the years. When I was in primary school I used to play with sand, ride bicycles or create my own games. Internet, smart phones, Facebook and Google were words that did not appeared in my vocabulary until some years ago....   [tags: internet, communication, convenience] 653 words
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The Benefits and Risks of Genetically Modified Foods - INTRODUCTION This report explains genetically modified food (GMOs) and discusses the benefits and risks associated with the consumptions of GMOs. Genetically modified foods (GMOs) are foods that have been genetically altered using engineering techniques. The most common technique used today is called recombinant DNA technology; this technology combines different molecules from different plant species to create a plant with a new set of genes, a hybrid plant. Another recombinant DNA technology being used is recombinant bovine somatotropin (rBST) an artificial growth hormone; this hormone is being fed or injected into cows to improve milk production....   [tags: pests, convenience, mutations] 862 words
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The Effects of Technology on the Accounting Field - Technology in the accounting field has come very far, from the abacus to modern day accounting software. E-Business, work being done through networks, is taking the accounting field to a more future computerized world, leaving the pen and paper behind. With all the new technologies, the profession of accounting is growing and expanding and proving that information and skills provided by accountants using modern technologies can spill over and help other parts of a business. Even with all the down falls that accounts have taken, from the stock market crash of 1929, and the fall of companies such and Enron, World Com, and Tyco....   [tags: e-business, convenience, forensic ] 1074 words
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The Quest for the Best: Aldi Versus Wal-Mart - In today’s world, saving as much money as possible is very important to many people. Grocery shopping is probably the time many people spend most of their paycheck. Wal-Mart is often the place many will go, because of the low prices available. Another store also offers low prices, almost consistently more than Wal-Mart. The store’s name is Aldi, and it is a great store for those customers who are in a rush, and want to save money In 1914, Anna Albrecht opened a small store, Albrecht Discount, in the town of Essen, Germany....   [tags: customers, prices, convenience] 750 words
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Pros and Cons of Electronic Voting - ... Generally speaking the electronic voting means it comes under both the electronic means of casting the votes and also electronic means of tabulating the votes. In this the voter is given with a net user id and a password and this should be given to each and every individual voter and this voter should be logon with this user id and password and make themselves clear to vote. But according to the “Mr. Emanuele Lombardi” how is a Computer Science degree holder; he says that electronic voting contains many number of problems related security, privacy in votes and many more....   [tags: internet safety, hackers, convenience]
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Internet Research - The objective of this essay is to compare Internet research with other sources of information which include books, word of mouth and primary research. This paper will also look at ways of ascertaining the validity of research information for academic work. Compared to books and journals, internet research saves time that the researcher would have needed to put into searching through various books and articles for information. It is also cheaper and more convenient than having to search for credible experts to interview....   [tags: validity, sources, convenience]
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Measuring Efficiency in Teaching Methods - Becoming a rational citizen and an intellectually built up individual needs many integral parts to contribute in that creation. Without a doubt, the most essential part is education. This process involves a series of lessons which are there to guide every person to create strong foundations for self-judgment and reasoning. Therefore, it is very important to find the right way to transmit this essential information to the students in order to promote creativity and efficiency for the new generations which are considered the drive to innovation, social and economical growth (V....   [tags: Traditional, Modern, Convenience]
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Living in a Food Desert - The main point of this project was to teach us about what it is like for a person who may live in a food desert. I started by making my meal plan of what I would eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for two weeks. My choices of what I was to eat were based on what I usually eat as a college student on a limited budget. After making my meal plan I went to the online Lowes Foods grocery store to simulate my purchases. When finished I came to the conclusion that I could eat for under one hundred dollars for two weeks very easily....   [tags: budget, healthy eating, convenience] 550 words
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Wawa's Expansion into Canada - ... With 9.02 billion in revenue this past year, Wawa definitely has the funds to expand to Canada as well as the brand name to help them get started once they’re there. Due to the similarities between Canada and the United states, conditions for expanding into Canada are favorable for Wawa. There is a slight language barrier due to the fact that Canada has two official languages, English and French, while in the United States there is no official language but English is predominately spoken. When expanding their company into Canada, Wawa should be able to accomplish this with ease due to the North American Free Trade Agreement....   [tags: convenience store chains] 1325 words
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Bicycles and Automobiles - Bicycles have been a form of transportation for hundreds of years now. Although many people choose to drive automobiles rather than riding bicycles, there is still a sizeable amount of people who prefer riding bicycles. In addition, Cyclists have always ridden their bicycles on the road next to automobiles. However, many people believe that cyclists should have separate laws, while, on the other hand; other people believe that cyclists deserve to have the same laws as car drivers. According to Grant Petersen, bike commuting is up to 61.6 percent in the last thirteen years, but since the national average is still less than two percent, it is hard to make a strong case for revamping the laws...   [tags: transportation, convenience, law]
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The Damage Humans Cause Exploiting the Earth for Their Own Conveniences - The Damage Humans Cause Exploiting the Earth for Their Own Conveniences As humans continually exploit the earth for their own conveniences they become increasingly aware of the damage they cause. In the last 30 years the population has begun to notice just how serious the problem is and as a result great efforts have been put into amending the environment from our technological follies. Since the use of fossil fuels causes 70% of the earth's air pollution it's only logical that the human race must restrict the use of oil (Exploring Alternative Fuels) One of the main reason that fossil fuels are extracted from the earth is to provide oil for the propulsion of transportation vehicles....   [tags: Environmental Automobiles Energy Sources Essays]
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A Fat Tax: Economic Costs of Obesity are High - ... Healthy Communities for A Healthy Future state that the estimated annual health care costs related to obesity are 190 billion dollars. This is 21% of total health care costs. This includes direct costs, such as preventive and treatment services, while indirect costs include income lost to days debilitated or future income lost to death. On an individual level, an obese person will cost 42% more in health care than a person of healthy weight. A tax directly related to products known to cause obesity would offset the cost of health care, and hopefully result in less obesity in the Nation....   [tags: food, consumers, modern conveniences]
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The Film Industry Converges with the Internet: Beneficial or Detrimental - Some individuals consider the Internet to be one of the greatest inventions of our time. Their reasoning is due to the positive outcomes that have come with this such as connecting people around the world and aiding in education, research, new, etc. Specifically, in relation to the film industry, the Internet has provided positive and negative outcomes. The Internet allows for consumers to download films illegally, which lowers ticket sales and profit. At the same time, the Internet has become an essential tool for rising filmmakers and has also helped movie industries to advertise new films for little to no cost....   [tags: greatest inventions, convergence]
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Use of Poetic Devices in Thomas Hardy's Poem, The Convergence of the Twain - Use of Poetic Devices in Thomas Hardy’s Poem, The Convergence of the Twain Using distinctive diction, detailed imagery, and references to God, Thomas Hardy portrays his perspective of the sinking of “Titanic” in his poem, “The Convergence of the Twain.” Employing these poetic mechanisms, Hardy claims that the sinking of the Titanic was fate and meant to happen. The title furthermore portrays the coming together of the hemispheres as Titanic and God. Hardy uses strong meaningful diction to convey his thoughts of the sinking of the Titanic....   [tags: Hardy Convergence Twain] 413 words
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Argentine Tango: Convergence and Diffusion - At the end of the nineteenth century in the cities of Buenos Aires, Argentina and Montevideo, Uruguay a new genre of music was evolving. This new genre of music eventually came to be called the Argentine Tango. Tango music evolved from the interaction of many different cultures, and it continues to evolve and branch out into many subgenres. Beginning around 1880 the first traces of the Argentine tango were beginning to fall into place. (History 2005) This occurred through the convergence of music of the many cultures which were found in the area....   [tags: Music]
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Convergence in Internet and Technology - The CEO of Cisco is actually well informed, as is expected. Convergence is exactly where the Internet is going, but it is also divergence. That is, billions of devices will be constantly connected to the Internet and the Internet will be spread across all of these connected devices. So we will have the stored pages on servers, plus the desktops and the billions of smartphones, laptops and tablets holding the current information available on the Internet at any given time, plus billions more tiny embedded chips communicating with myriads of other chips to control our environments and make life easier....   [tags: Mobile Devices, Innovation]
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The Convergence Within Telecommunication - Convergence within telecommunication Telecommunication, people base on up to date technology the definition of the term encompasses primal. Throughout the 19th century, telecommunications devices became more advance, leading to the telegraph, Morse code, and signal lamps. Morse code is an alphabetic code of long and short sounds, originally transmitted by telegraph. A signal lamp, the optical version of the telegraph, is a powerful lamp with shutters that block the light in long or short durations to translate to the dots and dashes of Morse code....   [tags: technology, interaction, society]
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Convergence, Fan Culture, and Star Trek - Many scholars have their own take on what convergence is and it all depends on what field of work they are involved in, which makes it hard to give convergence a definite definition. It simply has no single agreed upon definition, but as Potter Steward might say, “I can’t define it, but I know what it is when I see it.” One of the principle elements to convergence is its interactivity and technology, which is greatly demonstrated through participatory cultures such as that of Star Trek. Star Trek has a long history spanning over four decades....   [tags: Television]
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A selective Annotated Bibliography on Convergence and Divergence - ... The article is divided into four parts. First part focuses on the traditional perspective on international marketing strategies focusing on the dichotomy between standardization and adaptation. The second part examines key assumptions underlying the philosophy of global standardization. The third part focuses on the constraints to implementation of global standardization. The last part of the article concludes on the bases of its review that a more general approach is suitable which incorporates various degrees of standardization or adaptation strategies....   [tags: globalization, culture] 1584 words
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The Convergence of Personal Computers and Consumer Electronics - Introduction Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) are introducing product technology “convergence” between personal computers and consumer electronics industries (2004). In the past, there has only been enthusiasm, talks, and prototypes (2004). Today we have functioning product on the market that makes it a reality (2004). The giants in manufacturing computers, Dell, Gateway, and Hewlett Packard, made the brilliant transition into TV sells (2004). The most noticeable products are computer monitors and flat screen TVs (2004)....   [tags: Technology ]
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Convergence in Technology - Convergence in Technology The concept of a “global village” or a united community around the world has only in these last few years become a concept widely thought of. However, it seems that the idea of a large-scale sharing of information has long been developing, whether intended or not. The tools of communication have long served a single purpose, that of transmitting information from people to people. Direct communication was long ago realised with sign language and speech, but when people spread out, a kind indirect communication was needed....   [tags: Essays Papers] 952 words
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Thomas Hardy's The Convergence Of The Twain - Thomas Hardy's The Convergence Of The Twain The poem The Convergence of the Twain, by Thomas Hardy, is about the sinking of the Titanic. The title alone describes the ship and the iceberg meeting as one. By choosing this title, the author automatically conveys a seriousness of the poem. The author uses various literary techniques to convey his mockery and careless attitude towards the sinking of the ship. In the first five stanzas, the author discusses the already submerged ship. ?Stilly couches she,....   [tags: Sinking Titanic Poem Hardy Twain Essays Papers] 556 words
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The Convergence of the Twain by Thomas Hardy - The Convergence of the Twain by Thomas Hardy 'The Convergence of the Twain' by Thomas Hardy tells us about the sinking of the so-called "unsinkable" ship called the Titanic. When he first describes the ship he explains The 'Titanic' resting alone and still away from people. Here is an extraction from when he describes the ship, "Deep from human vanity, and the pride of life that planned her, stilly couches she." He not only describes her on her voyage but also the life inside the ship....   [tags: Papers] 438 words
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