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  • Cell Phone Safety - 815 words
    Cell Phone Safety The use of cellular phones has spread like wild fire in the last ten years. It has become a part of everyday life for many American citizens, and a good number of people depend on them to carry out daily operations. Unfortunately, many of these daily operations occur while the individual is driving. As a result, many accidents have taken place in the last ten years due to the use of cellular phones while on the road. This leads me to believe that if people cant concentrate on the road while talking on a cell phone they shouldnt talk at all while driving. Rather than restricting access, the goal should be to provide in-vehicle information systems and safer means to using you ...
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  • Pager Vs Cell Phone - 735 words
    Pager Vs. Cell Phone What Does This Message Mean? Today devices known as Pagers are over flooding the world of communication. Pagers are devices that bring confusion to their users. The most common problem would be the method of sending a message. To send a message is very simple but you cannot give the message its sense of seriousness. That is why some Pagers owners discard messages that in fact might be a serious matter. Beginning in the late seventys when pagers started to gain popularity, more problems occurred after the necessity to add more area codes. This also affected the people who dont own Pagers. In the late eighties a solution to the problem was introduced. The Cellular Phone wa ...
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  • American Values Are A Tricky Thing It Seems That The Value Set Changes With Each Individual American Pragmatism Is Actually R - 1,378 words
    American values are a tricky thing. It seems that the value set changes with each individual. American pragmatism is actually rooted in deeply held anti-authoritarian, individualistic, egalitarian, activist ideals, which privilege personal choice, flexibility, and technical efficiency with the pursuit of success, however success is defined. (Hall, Lindholm, pg. 91) Basically, an individual's values are what that individual decides they are. The key to understanding this is realizing that above almost all else, Americans prize, value, and recognize the sacredness of being an individual. Certainly there are basic expectations of all people living in American society regardless of how the indiv ...
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  • As The 21st Century Dawns Ahead Of Us, The Future Holds What Seems To Be The Best Advancements Of Our Civilization Man Has Co - 552 words
    As the 21st century dawns ahead of us, the future holds what seems to be the best advancements of our civilization. Man has come a long way since the first computer was invented. It is from that enormous monster that we have grown off of, (maybe that accounts for the hideous beige metal boxes computers are housed in). Then along came wires and at the present we are beginning the wire-less age. What lies beyond that may be the answer to all of man-kinds problems. Remember the brick? Also known as a crude cell phone, it marked the beginning of the cellular age. Because of that phone we now have a giant array of cellular phones and accessories. Sure, theres the ordinary cell phone that looks co ...
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  • Assessment Of Into The Wild - 841 words
    Assessment Of Into The Wild Although precisely on target in his assessment of Chris McCandless being in touch with the bare-bones essence of nature, Gordon Young's preceding description of Chris should be rephrased: A profoundly Un-American figure, uncompromising in his approach and thoroughly optimistic about the future. For Chris McCandless did not set out to show or prove his American character. Neither does he approve or want to exemplify a true modern American character, because true American character does not seek solitude, preferring the saddle to the streetcar, or the star-sprinkled sky to a roof, or, especially, the obscure and difficult trail, leading into the unknown, to any pave ...
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  • Auto Competition - 1,034 words
    ... ince buyers that it can produce quality cars in another particular market segment. By merging with another company, a company can build upon it's know reputation. Ford says Lincoln stands for American luxury; Volvo means thoughtful and understated, Jaguar suggests refined power, and Aston Martin is a most exclusive club (Holstein). Ford is looking to these names to catapult them to the rank of the world's dominant maker of luxury vehicles. In 1998 Ford sold 250,000 luxury vehicles worldwide and Volvo sold about 400,000. If Jaguar continues to expand and the numbers from Ford and Volvo are combined, Ford should be able to sell about 1 million luxury cars per year soon after 2000 (Holstein ...
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  • Cancer From Cell Phones - 855 words
    Cancer From Cell Phones Do cellular phones cause cancer? As I walk through the doors at Circuit City I look around at all the customers shopping throughout the store and wonder which one will ask the question first. I sell cellular phones, and many customers are concerned with getting cancer from the phones. In recent years, many scientists have conducted tests, which show that cell phones can cause cancer over a period of time. Many shows on television have talked about the tests and show the tests that were preformed to determine which ones can cause cancer. Many of the popular phones are proven to cause cancer. Because of this study many customers are concerned with the use of these phone ...
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  • Canterbury Tales - 2,228 words
    ... e lives with her lover of 3 years who also has dedicated her life to fighting for womans rights. The Cross Dresser spoke next. He is a young 20 something year old gay man who makes a living by being a female impersonator. He loves to get dressed up and go and sing and dance at local clubs and bachelor parties. While trying to make a living he has to be concerned about his health since he was recently diagnosed with the HIV virus. The Ski/Surfer Bum was an enjoyable guy. He is your typical burnout, stoner whoms life would lose all meaning if he couldnt find the perfect wave or the steepest mountain. He is by no means unintelligent but he does like to smoke marijuana and have a good time. ...
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  • Car Jacking - 1,031 words
    Car Jacking Car Jacking Car Jacking is a nation wide problem. There are many horrifying tales that people have encountered. In April of 1999 a woman and her baby were car jacked in their hometown in Georgia. The mother stepped out of the car and was giving her baby a bottle when out of nowhere a man pushed her into the back seat of her car and he jumped into the front and took off. She was screaming and yelling and trying to fight the man. Then she realized she had a cell phone in her babies diaper bag. She managed to get to the phone and then she dialed 911 and left the line open. She was scared and nervous and didnt know where she was going or what was going to happen to her and her baby. ...
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  • Cell Phones - 1,261 words
    Cell Phones The new millennium has finally arrived and technological advancements are still being made at a rate faster than is often conceivable. Among the various inventions and discoveries of the modern era is one that has already become a mediocre item to the average individual - the cell phone. As one takes a stroll down the street, grabs a bite to eat, or simply takes a single step into the outside world, one may realize that nearly each and every individual is affected by the cell phone phenomenon. Cell phones are a means by which individuals are able to communicate with others that are not present. However, the fascinating characteristic of the cell phone is that it allows the person ...
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  • Cell Phones - 1,252 words
    ... are actually taking place, and to thus allow others to feel included at all times. This is clear as Jack, while sick in bed, was unable to attend a basketball game that he previously bought tickets for. Nevertheless, Bob still attended the game, and took his cell phone with him with the intention of calling Jack during the sporting event. Although the television in Jack's home was able to communicate to him every single move and action taken by each player on both teams, Jack nevertheless felt disappointed and unconnected to the game. When Jack suddenly received a phone call from Bob during the last quarter of the game when the favoring team was down by one, Jack became anxious and exci ...
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  • Cell Phones - 1,620 words
    Cell Phones What Causes Cell Phone Radiation and How Does it Effect Your Body? What is so popular with young teenagers today? Cell phones. Walking around on campus to walking around at the mall with your cell phone may seem fashionable and trendy, but did you now that it might be causing you to get a cancer? Ninety percent of cell phone holders do not realize it and it should be something everyone should be aware of. It may seem a bit unusually how a cell phone can cause a child or an adult to get cancer, but it is true. New evidence is growing fast about health risks from mobile phones electromagnetic radiation. These devices can be used to make telephone calls from almost anywhere. Sympto ...
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  • Cellular Essay Ameritech - 1,121 words
    Cellular Essay (ameritech) Cellular Essay (ameritech) The orange is the home digital service area and the yellow is analog service area. Ameritech also offers free long distance all over the U.S.A. With a special package deal they have going right now. For sixty-five dollars a month you get 325 minutes per month. For their Chicago land service area it depends on which plan you pick, because the local rate per minute could either be .25 cents or .29 cents per minute for local calls that went over your minutes you received for free already. The price per minute also changes depending on if you are in the peak or off peak time slots. Peak hours are from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday. ...
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  • Cellular Phones - 563 words
    Cellular Phones Each day something like 30,000 people in the United States sign up for and start using a cellular phone. With a cell phone you can talk to anyone on the planet from just about anywhere (80% of the U.S. has coverage). A cell phone is really an extremely sophisticated radio. A cell phone is a duplex device which uses one frequency for talking and a second, separate frequency, for listening. A cell phone can communicate on 1,664 channels and operate within cells. They can switch cells as they move around. Cells give cell phones incredible range. Someone using a cell phone can drive clear across a city and maintain a conversation the entire time. The way a cellular phone does thi ...
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  • Computer Hackers - 265 words
    Computer Hackers REACTION PAPER FOR CASE STUDY #2, Chapter 17 This Reaction Paper represents my comments about and answers to questions concerning Case Study #2 in Chapter 17, pages 531 and 532 of the textbook. The comments and answers represent my interpretation of what the Case Study is about. Question 1. Sometimes, a successful break-in into system makes it easy to invade many other systems. Answer. Some systems include information that helps hackers invade other systems. Some systems hold such information as credit card numbers, cell phone numbers, and passwords to other computers. If the main computer can be broke into then the other systems can be filtrated. Companies can loose money f ...
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  • Customer Service, Dead Of Alive - 441 words
    Customer Service, Dead of Alive? Is customer service dead or alive? My career experience has been primarily in residential property management, where I have had extensive training in customer service. As a result, I have higher professional expectations for those whose job it is to deal with me as a consumer. In the past two weeks certain events lead me to believe that customer service is a dying concept for some companies. In the beginning of February I started a new position as an office manager for a growing manufacturers representative group. My first task was to upgrade our phone service and purchase new phones to accommodate our current as well as future needs. I made the first call to ...
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  • First Step Work - 991 words
    First Step Work 1. Loss of Control: "Failed attempts to control my use a. many many times I attempted to control my drinking over my drinking career of some 20+ years. The ones which stick out in my mind are: b. Many holidays Christmas in particular, my wife's family would serve alcohol and I would be half in the bag by noon to 1 p.m.. c. My family get together always involved drinking too much. My wife would Plead with me not to get drunk. Some times I wouldn't but most of the time I Would have too much! d. In 1997 I took my 14 year old daughter and a friend to a concert at Pine Knob. I had 4 to 5 drinks then drove them home. My daughter was very scared about my driving. e. Many times due t ...
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  • Future Scaping Hr - 1,238 words
    ... s will now be explored in greater depth to help focus our thinking around strategic approaches to take in accomplishing work in organizations in the next century. Technology seems to have tree main effects on the workplace, which are:  The constraints of the physical facility no longer exist  Hours have extended to be on-call nearly 24 hours a day  Huge issues in personal time management. The virtual office has come about with the advent of the cell phone, pager, laptop, e-mail and other such electronic tasking devices. The good or bad new is that fewer people are normally in the physical office. The virtual office can be an advantage if it results in lower office ...
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  • Gps: The Future Of Navigation And Technology - 1,872 words
    ... on, Charley 12, a Blue Force team member, tracks its own movement as it traverses the ridge lines in search of defending Red Force troops. When the enemy is sighted, Charley 12's onboard GPS receivers trace the sudden swing of the tank's turret as the gunner locks onto the target with a 120-millimeter smoothbore gun. Grant also points out that after the gunner squeezes the trigger, within milliseconds, processing software in Charley 12's instrumentation package verifies -- based on GPS coordinates the gun pointing angle, and the tank's known performance capabilities -- that the enemy tank is within the cross hairs and effective firing range of its main gun. An electronic hit signal notif ...
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  • Illuminating The Path Of Progress In The 21st Century - 248 words
    Illuminating The Path Of Progress In The 21St Century Illuminating the Path of Progress in the 21st Century Technological breakthroughs are no longer a thing of the past. In the 21st century there are a few inventions which are common objects in our everyday lives. The internet, cell phones, and computer technology are a few examples of inventions that are paving the road of progress. For example, the cell phone has evolved from being an expensive portable phone to an inexpensive data, e-mail, and voice service that almost anyone can afford. At the rate cell phones are evolving they may one day replace in home phone services. Years ago they were bulky and required large batteries with a carr ...
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