How Will Astronomy Archives Survive the Data Tsunami
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...Archives Survive the Data Tsunami Grade (16th, Jan. How Will Astronomy Archives Survive the Data Tsunami The volume of archived astronomical data is growing at an alarming rate. The increase of the volume of archived data by 0.5 petabyte every years indicates that there will be close to 60 petabyte of archived data by 2020 (Berriman & Groom, 2011). Such volumes of archived data are far too enormous; prompting a thought on how the archival data storage can be made more effective and efficient, through the adoption of the recent technologies to address the problem. Notwithstanding the need to make the access, storage and dissemination of astronomy data more effective and efficient... ? How Will Astronomy...
How Will Astronomy Archives Survive the Data Tsunami?
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...Archives Survive the Data Tsunami? Performance Degradation Issues: The astronomical data is usually very large as compared to other data stored in systems. An example of data taking huge memory space is textual data versus graphical data. Graphical data takes more memory resources as the information is huge as compared to simple textual information. Performance is degraded mainly in databases that have a very large dataset to search from. Performance is measured as a time delay from the query given to a system to its response from the same system or disparate systems. Optimization techniques fail to create an efficient programmable dynamic query in case of astronomical data... ?How Will Astronomy...
Case Study 2: How Will Astronomy Archives Survive the Data Tsunami?
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...Archives Survive the Data Tsunami? Introduction There is already a lot of public data which is accessibleelectronically in astronomy and is expected to grow in volume by 0.5 PB (petabyte) per year. The research in astronomy is transformed due to the availability of this data and there are reports that the newly acquired data is contributing in publishing more papers. There are many new projects in the coming years which will accelerate the growth of the anticipated usage and data size. Some of the new projects are ALMA, LSST, and SKA. Larger arrays of detectors and telescopes are expected to be used in these new projects and higher data acquisition rates will be used. By 2020... How Will Astronomy...
Archives of General Psychiatry
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... Effects of Moderate-Dose Treatment With Varenicline on Neurobiological and Cognitive Biomarkers in Smokers and Nonsmokers With Schizophrenia or Schizoaffective Disorder The central issue of the article is the correlation between smokers and non-smokers with schizophrenia and the effect of moderate dose treatment. The article reveals of how individuals with high levels of nicotine or smokers are affected by biomarkers in the treatment of schizophrenia. Nicotine has neurobiological and cognitive effects to individuals with schizophrenia. With the different types of nicotine, a conclusion has not been established on the type of nicotinic receptor affects individuals with schizophrenia... Effects of...
Library Science
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...archives. Most records have always dwelt on administrative or government models. The article suggests the need to personalize archives by the adoption of the necessary strategies. Archivists should use personal-based interactions to represent records of organizations. The difference in organizational records and personal archives is evident in terms of expressions of individual character and unique documentary patterns. According to Hobbs, 2001, archivists should portray the interiority of individuals... in an organization. Personal records should represent individuals as social agents and produce a proper representation of a character. Most archives have always focused on...
Abolitionist and the Civil War
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...Archives and Records Administration (NARA), a record keeping agency working under the jurisdiction of Federal government of the United States, serves to preserve the valuable national records while also providing access to the public. In order to manage the rapidly growing number of records, NARA has developed Electronic Records Archives accessible online through their website. The NARA Website contains large records of historical importance ranging from genealogy, military history, black studies and inventions etc. to many other categories of corporate and public interest. The website also offers several research resources for teachers and scholars. However, certain documents... an...
Abolitionist and the Civil War
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...Archives and Records Administration (NARA), a record keeping agency working under the jurisdiction of Federal government of the United States, serves to preserve the valuable national records while also providing access to the public. In order to manage the rapidly growing number of records, NARA has developed Electronic Records Archives accessible online through their website. The NARA Website contains large records of historical importance ranging from genealogy, military history, black studies and inventions etc. to many other categories of corporate and public interest. The website also offers several research resources for teachers and scholars. However, certain documents... The National...
Employment Law
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...Archives, 2012). The workplace will be specified in the contract based on agreed amount of salary that will be paid in exchange of the services rendered. The signing of the contract will bind and form as employer and employee relationship. This can be outlined below (National Archives, 2012): Type of work – the nature and description of work should be clearly indicated in the contract as this is what is expected of the employee to perform within a specified duration (National Archives, 2012); Workplace – this is the site where worker is expected to perform his tasks and obligations in accordance to contractual terms and this be the place...
Tarim Documentary-Capital of Islamic Culture 2010
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...archives). The movie has proposed Tarim to be the disconnecting place. The producer of the movie describes how he went to Tarim to get spiritual nourishment and connect with his creator and returned thereafter to the busy world refreshed. Tarim is the daughter of Medina and it is regarded as a beacon of Islamic knowledge and discerned for introduced famous... Tarim Documentary-Capital of Islamic Culture The Tarim documentary-Capital of Islamic Culture describes how the current life has neglected culture and embraced modern ways of living which are tiring and energy draining. The movie illustrates how we should disconnect from the tiring busy world to rejuvenate ourselves through entertainment (Tag...
Archival Research Paper
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...archive websites, navigating folders and catalogues, to derive historical information documented and stored therein. The two archives used are websites are the national archives library information centre1 (ALIC) of and British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) archives2. The two websites provide information on World War II, clearly describing the chronological events that preceded and succeeded the wars, actors to the war, impacts, forces, and allies. Several parties engaged in World War II (from 1939 to 1945) on either side of the divide, depending on the diplomatic and political affiliations. Description of the BBC Archives Under the folder... of “Summery of Outline of Key Events,” the...
Jack Gruber review
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...archives and other information regarding the photojournalist. The website is extremely easy to navigate due to its simple design. The website takes least... Jack Gruber review Introduction USAToday.com offers worldwide news on diverse matters and posts photographs, video, and other forms of multimedia. Jack Gruber is among the five photojournalists for USA Today and frequently posts photographs covering diverse matters. Jack Gruber has presented various works concerning sports and war in war-torn regions globally including Afghanistan, and works from political seen (Jack). The photojournalist has a personal website that bears some of the works that were produced on various occasions including videos, a...
Write information about Jacob's Pillow, the dance festival and school in Becket, Massachusetts.
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...archives and professional school as well as community programs. The institution was listed in 2003 as a National Historic Landmark. Jacob’s Pillow Dance is acclaimed worldwide as a Mecca and hub of dancing, the dance center of the nation, and the most precious American cultural asset. This paper seeks to discuss Jacobs Pillow, the dance festival and school... Sur Lecturer Jacobs Pillow, the dance festival and school in Becket, Massachusetts Jacob’s Pillow Dance is a school and performance space, dance center located in Becket, Massachusetts in Berkshires. The institution is known for earliest acclaimed international summer dance festival in the United States. The organization also includes extensive...
IT Systems Case Study
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...archival offices— those that maintained, kept, granted access to and disposed of institutional records—discovered that the manner... of their management was undergoing a significant technological changed from ink on paper to computer-based records (Kahn, 2000, 328). The institutional archives manager at Campus A learned the tough way that he could not inactively wait till electronic records were conveyed to his office for long-standing access and retention. A research of the records at the campus, aided by the National Historical Publication and Records Commission grant, discovered that over 90 percent of the data sets did not have adequate documentation, hence making...
Discussion
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...Archives, N.d.). The Common Sense that Thomas Pain authored in the year 1776 called upon Americans to abandon dialogue and fight for independence. Even though Americans already laid some of its arguments down, the arguments reinforced the urge for a revolution as did the new arguments. Pain’s description of proponents of reconciliation such as men with self-interest who cannot be trusted, weak men, and men with prejudice are examples of argument that motivated... Discussion: The Spirit of ’76 June 6, Discussion: The Spirit of ’76 The Spirit of ’76 defines revolution in America that occurred in the year 1776 against colonial powers. It defined zeal and creativity with which the Americans attained...
The Cold War (US History)
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...Archives) After the end of World War II, the U. S foreign policy was focused on ‘containment’ and spread... 1) KOREA-Was it necessary for the U.S. to join in the Korean War or should they have kept out and just let the United Nations handle it without America? Explain. The United States was the most powerful country in the United Nations after World War II; therefore it was very necessary for the U.S to join in the hostilities of the Korean War. Also the U.S intervened on behalf of South Korea after the United Nations Security Council passed ‘Resolution 82’. The resolution unanimously condemned (by a 9-0 vote) the North Korean aggression towards South Korea as a “breach of peace” (The National Archive...
Silent Film
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...archives. Accessing these materials is, however, not a straightforward path, especially when investigating a new topic. Proper researching, though, leads one to find these archives that contain materials that are so much back dated. This paper, therefore, seeks to explore the archives bearing information on Charlie Chaplain with an aim of stating the lesson learnt from the topic. It will then explain how the topic was identified, the interest it raised over time, how the topic was narrowed, and the obstacles and dead-ends met during the research and the keywords searched that worked best and why they worked. Charlie Chaplain was a wealthy man who made millions through acting... Publisher Silent Film...
A Question of Discrimination
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...Archives, 2012; US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 2012). In other words, the equal rights legislation... 1. Our company is in New York We now have only about five employees and are only planning on hiring about three or four more. Is our company covered by equal rights legislation? (Hint: Does the government’s Web site provide any clues?) The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is an independent regulatory body in the US which tries to enforce the law prohibiting discrimination in the workplace and any conditions of employment such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age in hiring, promoting, firing, setting wages, testing, and apprenticeship (National Archiv...
Annotated Bibliography that goes along with order 779175
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...archives. The authors have immensely utilized their students through projects whose... Annotated Bibliography Worksheet Did you find your two sources by searching the South Online Library? Y/N (If not, go to the library and find other sources.) Yes. 2. Are both sources peer reviewed? Y/N (If you are not sure what this means read the mini lecture provided at the end of this worksheet). If the sources are not peer reviewed, go back to the library and find other sources). Yes. 3. What type of sources are they? (for example, a journal article paginated by volume, a book chapter, or an essay from an edited anthology like The Bedford Anthology). Keep in mind that only scholarly sources can be used for this a...
Library research
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...Archives ? The University Archives sells genuine historical documents, manuscripts, letters, and relics from all over the world (University Archives, 2009). 3. If a database is full-text, what does that mean ? Full text databases are those in which the complete content of the source of information is provided. For example, if the source is a dissertation, the complete material is provided and not just the abstract or a condensed version of the dissertation (Gravetter and Forzano, 2009). 4. If a database considered a citation database, what does that mean ? A citation database is a repository of bibliographic citations which enables a researcher to locate... 1. Explain the use and purpose of: CSA...
Describe and discuss what, in your opinion, are the main difficulties facing Records Managers attempting to manage the electronic records of an organisation
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...archiving; the website and Intranet documents are not effectively controlled as dated versions; and multi-media documents cannot be printed without loss of information (eGovernment, 2001). Bearman and Trent (1997) also observed that the practical focus many archivists have on managing their collections often makes the adoption of research results difficult (Bearman and Trent, 1997). Patchy Compliance to Laws. As it is, laws and standards have been implemented in the last ten... Main Difficulties facing Records Managers Attempting to Manage the Electronic Records of an Organisation INTRODUCTION Information technology is creating challenges in electronic records management (ERM) which includes...
The U.S. constitution
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...Archives (2011) the first major group amendments to the US Constitution is the incorporation of the Bill of Rights. The next significant changes to the United States constitution and according to the National Archives (2011) came in a series of gradual amendments which highlighted 26 additions/modifications pertaining to a variety of subjects. Some examples include the 22nd amendment which put term limits on the presidency or the17th amendment which dictated that there will be two senators from each state elected by the people and each senator... ?The U.S. Constitution The purpose of this paper is to provide an essay related to the U.S. Constitution. This paper will compare and contrast the...
Philosophy The concept of the person
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...Archives). The first four amendments of the Bill of Rights uses... The Concept of the Person In everyday life, human beings conceive of a difference between those considered to be persons, and non persons, such as inanimate objects, plants, and animals. This idea of the person has been developing over many centuries, and as a consequence, a number of different ideas about what a person is, how they should be regarded, and what makes a person distinct from other beings, such as animals. St Thomas has described a person as "That which is most perfect in all of nature" (Clarke, page 25). Clarke connects this concept with that of Roman Personhood: "A human being with full legal rights as a Roman citizen, as ...
Women during the Second World War
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...archives that showed women were in the brothels army camp but none of these directly...  This paper looks at the complaints of comfort women during World War II and their demands for compensations as payment for their sufferings when they were repeatedly raped and were exposed to non-human treatments. At the same instance, the study uncovers the reasons whether the denial of the Japanese government to accept responsibility on the conditions of the comfort women is justified. To establish evidences to support justifications of both parties, the study uses data gathering through a review of literatures from published sources, both primary and secondary. There are many evidences found in the literature...
Social studies education & digital source materials
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...archive can also be found online through the Virginia Center for Digital History (Savage, Armstrong, & Potthoff, 2000). Students from all over the world can then access the primary information that is readily available online and use it to understand the importance of people and events that occurred in the past. This is because the site provides students with raw data at their disposal that can be manipulated and interpreted. Institutions can also use these archives such as the one at the Virginia Center to model lessons that involve their students in inquiry interactions. They can interpret... Implications of Digital Sources on Social Studies Curriculum Introduction Technology has an influence in...
Why did the United States get involved in the war in Korea? In what sense was it an outgrowth of the Cold War?
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...Archives paper has so succinctly puts it, “Thus, when North Korean troops invaded the South, the Truman administration seized upon the opportunity to defend a noncommunist government from invasion by communist troops... The invasion of South Korea made Truman genuinely fearful that the Soviet Union and China intended to expand the sphere of communism throughout Asia... US Participation in the Korean War When the World War II ended in 1945, the fighting ceased but peace never commenced. The soldiers in the field laiddown their arms but the workers at the factory doubled their artillery productions and perfected the atomic bomb. Distrust and hate still prevailed between and among the countries involved in...
Wages ,Unions ,and Labor
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...archives/empsit_01082010.pdf THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION – JUNE 2011. (2011, July 8). Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.bls.gov/news.release/archives/empsit_07082011.pdf THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION – MARCH 2011. (2011, April 1). Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.bls.gov/news.release/archives/empsit_04012011.pdf THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION – NOVEMBER 2011. (2011, December 2). Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved from http... ?An Analysis of Unemployment Rate and Labor Union Membership Rate Together with the Threat of Economic Recession School The problem in the global financial markets is being seen as a threat to the economy of the United States. In particular, the debt...
Write a paper (1,000-1,200 words) comparing and contrasting the evolution of the historian's craft since 1945. What are some of the notable developments in the United States and elsewhere since the end of the Second World War?
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...archives and libraries. Evolution in the way information is collected and stored has rapidly changed in Europeans countries such as France after the Second World War in 1945. Historians in France used methods such as the use of diaries and artifacts in documentation of information. Information... Evolution of the Historian’s Craft Since 1945 Evolution of the Historian’s Craft Since 1945 A historical craft refers to the methods and procedures that historians use to record information that they have collected through research, analyzing it and drawing of inferences and conclusion from it. Historian’s crafts include the diaries, photographs, documents and artifacts mostly found in schools, museums,...
Newest Computer Technolgy
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...archives and the latest technology used to utilize them. Boeri, R. (2005). Searching for commitment. EContent, 28(10):1. This article covers the latest in search engines. It also covers database searching. The latest software for such things is also discussed. Britt, P. (2005). No phishing allowed. Information Today, 22(6):28. This article discusses computer crimes. Covered are phishing, security, data protection, SPAM, instant messaging, etc. It shows how to avoid... Annotated Bibliography Automation aids. (2004). Computers in Libraries, 24(9 This article discusses digital libraries and the latest technology therein. It covers information resource management. It also discusses libraries and...
Managed Care
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...archives/0012/0012.compmon.html. Managed Care Magazine (2000). Capitation: an update. Retrieved on July 26, 2010 from http://www.managedcaremag.com/archives/0005/0005.compmon.html. Managed Care Magazine (2000). Physician Financial Incentives: Another UM Tool Bites the Dust. Retrieved on July 26, 2010 from http://www.managedcaremag.com/archives/0006/0006.incentives.html.... Care Organizations: Managed care has been defined by the National library of Medicine as “the intended to reduce un-necessary health care costs through a variety of mechanisms.” There are various ways through which the cost can be brought down. These could be by offering economic incentives to physicians and patients to help them...
Canadas Boreal Forest and Gloeophyllum Sepiarium
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...archives/gloeophyllum-sepiarium.html (accessed on 27th November 2008) http://healing-mushrooms.net/archives/gloeophyllum-sepiarium.html (accessed on 27th November 2008)... Lisa Haddon Canada's Boreal Forest and Gloeophyllum sepiarium Fungi are one of the three major kingdoms of scientific ification that make upthe worlds ecosystems and are an integral part of Canada's boreal forests ecosystem. One such fungus is Gloeophyllum sepiarium which is one of the fungi that causes brown rot. Its common names are Rusty gilled polypore Yellow-red gill polypore Conifer and mazegill. 1. How the organism is classified (domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species, as applies) ...
Hazardous Materials Packaging -351 Forum 4
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...Archives and Records Administration defines reverse logistics as "The safe return of goods from the marketplace to the original vendor, manufacturer, or supplier" (para. 1). This return of goods mostly involves hazardous materials. This paper discusses the problem of reverse logistics and how it relates to hazardous materials packaging. Goods or supplies can be shipped back to the point of origin for the main purpose of proper disposal. It is also worth noting that reverse logistics may occur for the purpose of repackaging or remanufacturing to recapture or improve the value of a product. Products damaged during shipment can... Hazardous material packaging Hazardous material packaging The National...
Exploratory methods
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...archive as knowledge repository which stores historical data, criminal records, litigation papers etc in the course of exploratory research. Jimerson (2003, p. 91) stated that “representation in archives has privileged the stories of these groups, since it is their voices that are most often recorded and thus most frequently heard in historical accounts.” According to Jimerson (2003), archival research is alternative version of historical research where researchers or better to say Archivists visit archives (building designed for storing historically important documents, criminal records, archeological survey reports, litigation files... ? EXPLORATORY RESEARCH of the of the Table of Contents Table of...
Library and Information Science
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...archives and teaching objects. Markey recommends the need to embrace the Post-Boolean probabilistic searching, subject cataloguing, and expansion with qualification metadata (Markey, 2007). The author also suggests the resolution the full-text retrieval problem to redesign the online library catalogue. The Arlington Heights Memorial Library that was visited by far lags below the recommendations of Markey. Although there is what one can call metadata, there is not available in the library any cataloguing by subject, no post-Boolean probabilistic searching embraced and there lack the primary sources in the library. Additionally, unlike Markey recommended... Library and Information Science Number October...
Economic Opportunities Paper
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...Archives) Some States, Kansas, for one, made migration part of their business in order to increase their population. They have hired agents in principal seaports in Europe and in New York to communicate with migrant workers. All kinds of assistance are given such as reduced transportation fare, start up supplies, guides and attention to immigrants so they will be able to adapt in their new environment. Kansas was able to increase its population of 107.110 in 1860 to 550,000 in 1870 through immigration. (Oregon State Archives) As a recruiter, the chance of immigration to the United States, better working conditions and higher wages... Economic opportunities The influx of immigrants to US in 1870s...
Chinese in Nevada
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...Archives and Records Adminstration entitled “Chinese Immigration and the Chinese in the United States” also... Chinese in Nevada I visited the Nevada Museum, specifically located at 309 S. Valley View Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada on a Friday afternoon. In the section on the Permanent Exhibits Gallery, I was interested in viewing the historical contribution of early settlers in Nevada, including Chinese migrants who were contracted to work on mines and railroads. Being a Chinese national provided the desire to recognize how my ancestors have made a positive impact on the development of Nevada. Their rich contributions and legacies were featured as showcased narrative posters such as Chinese Workers...
Software SLP
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...Archives Dynamic 10. Picture Gallery... ?Information Architecture (Website Goals) Introduction After defining goals and audience the next step is the technically sound and correct definition of required contents and functionalities for the BSITM website. The website of an educational institute calls for a careful content management while ensuring the availability of all perceivably important functionalities that can help to accomplish the goals setup for the website audience. The contents are centered around the requirements and expectations of the website audience and functional structure will determine the front end design and back end processes that will be used to access information and use these...
The Magna Carta
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...Archives and Records Administration, 2012, p. 1). It was originally worded to promote the rights of the baron and it draw inspiration from the Charter of Liberties that was concluded between King Henry I and his nobility in 1100 (National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, p. 1). Originally, the Magna Carta is made in Medieval Latin language and one of the many original copies in 1297 is preserved... ?Why the Magna Carta was is so significant and what were its long term consequences? The Magna Carta is the soul that inspires the formulation of US Constitution. History bared that the document was written at England in June 15, 1215 following the agreement of King John and the nobility (National...
Statistics against women's shelters in residential areas
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...archives/2009/10/21/more-details-in-ifc-mens-shelter-relocation-effort> The shelters 155 arrests in that time period is similar to the number of arrests outside other downtown locations such as University Square, Qdoba Mexican restaurant, the Bank of America Building, Key Food Mart and Top of the Hill restaurant... In opposition to homeless/men’s shelter in Orange County residential area) 23 percent of Orange Countys homeless population is mentally ill, 37 percent have chronic substance abuse issues and 30 percent of the states homeless are former prisoners thus it would be safe to have them within a residential area. Source: Joe Schwartz on Wed, Oct 21, 2009 < http://www.indyweek.com/triangulator/archive...
Two different social networking websites
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...archives data and information posted so that it is available for retrieval by the user at any time. Most importantly, Twitter’s website platform is not as broad as Facebook is.... Social Networking Websites Social networking is an increasingly popular practice in today’s world. More and more people sign up for different social networking websites on a daily basis. It is important to mention that the advent of internet and computer technologies is revolutionary as far as social networking is concerned. Social networking websites capitalize on the opportunities and benefits that come with the use of the worldwide web. Perhaps the two most popular social networking websites are Facebook and Twitter. These t...
Comparitive culture
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...archives/2004/01/07/5 Indeed, mosques are everywhere in the Kingdom. Literally. Stand in any Riyadh suburb and you can see, dotting the skyline, at least four or five of the green lights that identify the minarets. Wait for the time of prayer and one can hear the call to prayer reverberating through the air... Running Head: Comparative culture Comparative culture "Religion is gravely infected with intellectual honesty.... In religion it is particularly easy to escape notice, because of the common assumption that all honesty flows from religion and religion is necessarily honest whatever it does" Robinson, pp. 117-18. In this report we will compare and contrast religion in American culture with Saudi Arabi...
PACS System Solution
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...Archiving & Communication System simply known as PACS which connect rapidly and most importantly radiologist perform their work efficiently independent of network capacity. It works efficiently and there is no need of changing environment PACS having the ability to change it. PACS is such a blessing that it gives perfect reading tool in data-intense environment to radiologist and its features are easy to use... PACS and digital radiology The scientific discovery which has rapidly established and recognized its self not only cost effective but also an alternative to traditional film based processing in the medicine world is known as digital radiology. This verification can be prove if observe Picture...
Quality Assurance
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...Archives Records Administration, 2010). The rationale for incorporating a warranty should be documented within the contract file. The CO should consider the following factors... Quality Assurance Quality Assurance FAR Part 46 Quality Assurance outlines policies and procedures, which guarantee that suppliesand services obtained under Government Contract match to the contract’s quality and quantity specifications. This is a critical tenant in government contracting regardless of whether one monitor’s performance using inspection/acceptance clauses, performance-based acquisition methodologies (PBA), or Earned Value Management System (EVMS). There are various types of warranties, which include assurance...
Art Media
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...archive of which he inherited from his grandfather by the name of J.R. Plaza, into becoming part of his conceptual investigation of photography. From that time henceforth, Bonillas works of making art in the form of digital presentations have become subject to use for many operations that have been exploring both the formal and digital qualities. Bonillas, a Mexican born in 1981, is digitizing archive images while at the same time... Art Media: Iñaki Bonillas, Words and Photos Affiliation: Introduction For this assignment, the selected piece of artwork is one by Inaki Bonillas, Words, and Photos. It is a kind of digital interact art. Back in 2003, Bonillas was able to introduced the vast of photo...
Zara
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...archives, b) IT programs for processing the material and develop graphs, improving the presentation of newspapers.... ? Draft on 3 issues IT change the management in organization In this I can understand how IT can be involved in the change of management within organization. By changing its IT systems, an organization can develop new production techniques, which can enhance the organizational performance. However, in order for the IT systems to offer all their benefits, it is necessary for new management techniques to be introduced within the organization. Canon case study can be reviewed for understanding the management of change due to the improvement of the firm’s information systems
Acrylic Nails: Where they started and who invented them?
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...archives/1997/10/01/the-nail-file>.... ? 23 May, Acrylic Nails: Where they started and who invented them? Acrylic nails arefake nails that are pressed on the original nails so as to enhance their look and beauty. Unlike most cosmetic products that are produced by cosmetics companies, modern Acrylic nails were invented by a dentist named Dr. Stuart Nordstrom. The nails were invented in his garage lab. Dr. Stuart Nordstrom had a patient who was a manicurist. As the Dr. Stuart Nordstrom formed a temporary crown for the patient, the patient recognized that it was made from the same compounds that she fashioned her nails with. Upon hearing the complaint made by the patient, Dr. Stuart Nordstrom worked in the garage lab and in 1978, found even better compounds...
Media and Communication
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...archives and comments. Archives of any blog consist of old massages or post made by any individual on any blog. As the comments posted in blogs are arranged reverse chronological orders, so the older post goes to the archives. Comments are the feedback given by individuals about the particular blog or about the current topic which is under discussion (Rowse, 2005). Analysis of Blog: This work is all about analyzing a particular blog in respect of its context, style, designing, popularity and relevance to the society. The blog we are reviewing... ?Running Head: REVIEW OF BLOG Review of Blog Introduction From the very beginning Social Networking Sites (SNS), have attached number of users and in modern age, ...
Public Unions Vs. Private Unions (The dangers of public unions)
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...archives/19267>. Sherk, James"F.D.R. Warned Us About Public Sector Unions - Room for Debate - NYTimes.com." The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Mar. 2011. .... Public union employees are overpaid for simple jobs that require little or no skill. Unions raise wages of unionized workers by roughly 20% and raise compensation, including both wages and benefits, by about 28%, Union States are going bankrupt and have are over their budget! When government unions strike, they strike against taxpayers. F.D.R. considered this “unthinkable and intolerable.” VOTE ANTI-UNION AND TOGETHER WE CAN BE TRUE CITIZENS FOR THE LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL Works Cited BUT WHAT THE HELL DO I KNOW… exploring the worlds of economics ...
Summary and Impact
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...archives/2014/05/15/this_is_your_brain_on_meditation.html>... The article This Is Your Brain on Meditation covers an interesting research connected with brain activity in the process of meditation conducted by the team of scientists from different world universities. Researchers identify two different types of meditation. Concentrative meditation requires an effort to focus on breathing or a particular thought. Nondirective meditation is based on effortless concentration of breathing or feelings. Researchers use MRI to track brain activity during meditation and compare it with brain activity when people rest. The study shows that brain activity visibly increases in the process of nondirective meditation; however, it remains almost the same during concentrative meditation. Researchers...
Clockwork Orange
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...archives the terrible crime extravaganza of Alexi’s gang, his capture as well as attempted rehabilitation through controversial emotional conditioning. The soundtrack to the movie mostly features... A Clockwork Orange The movie “A Clockwork Orange´ happens to be a crime film adapted, which was produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. The film employs disturbing as well as violent images for commenting on psychiatry juvenile crime, youth crimes as well as other political, economic and social subjects within an imaginary frightening near future Britain. The main Character, Alex, happens to be a charismatic, sociopathic criminal interested in classical music, rape as well as ultra-violence. This film...
Women's Suffrage Exhibition, London, 2010
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...archives and museum, on the lives of women in Britain. The material related to women’s suffrage includes posters, photographs, postcards, badges and other mementos reflecting women’s efforts to gain equality with men for the right to be voted towards full representation in the parliament. For the first time in its history... , the Women’s Library showed original art works inspired by items in its collection, in the exhibition Out of the Archives extending from May to September, 2010, curated by Anna Colin. The exhibition explored the relationship between art and political campaigning, highlighting events, objects and movements from women’s history in Britain. Included in the...
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