• Fbi Warns Of Cyber Attack
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    FBI Warns Infrastructure Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks Ronald L. Dick said that a cyder-attack seriously could damage the nation's economy without closer cooperation among federal agencies and better coordination between corporate America and the FBI-led, multi-agency National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC). Dick, who introduced a new, high-level NIPC team including representatives from the CIA and the Defense Department, said there are about 1, 400 active investigations into cyder-crime ...
  • Resources On Internet Diana Hacker Research
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    Please visit two research web sites and report on them for the rest of the class. Make sure your report is appropriate for your audience, fellow adult learners who will be doing a fairly comprehensive research project. RESEARCH SITES web University College Library Services web Diana Hacker, Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age web Business Wire electronically disseminates full-text news releases for public and investor relations professionals to news media, online services and databa...
  • Babe Ruth Home Runs
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    Ruth, Babe George Herman 'Babe' Ruth, b. Baltimore, Md. , Feb. 6, 1895, d. Aug. 16, 1948, was one of professional baseball's greatest sluggers and probably the best-known player of the 1920 s and early 1930 s. As a New York Yankee, Ruth took the game out of the dead-ball era, saved it from the Black Sox scandal of 1919, and single-handed ly revitalized the sport as the country's national pastime. He teamed with Lou Gehrig to form what became the greatest one-two hitting punch in baseball and wa...
  • Frank Sinatra American Singer
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    Sinatra, Frank (1915-1998), American singer and motion-picture actor, one of the most famous American singers of his generation. Born Francis Albert Sinatra in Hoboken, New Jersey, he sang with the big bands of Harry James and Tommy Dorsey in the 1930 s. Influenced by American singers Bing Crosby and Billie Holiday, Sinatra anticipated the decline of big-band instrumental jazz music and helped establish an enthusiastic climate for popular singers. In the 1940 s Sinatra embarked on a solo career ...
  • The Great Gatsby Purposeless Life
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    The central theme is a comparison of the corrupting influence of wealth to the purity of a dream. Tom and Daisy Buchanan both lead purposeless lives that are filled with corruption through wealth, while Gatsby lives his life striving towards his dreams. They all either have no purpose in life to begin with or lose all purpose and values due the actions of another. All of the wealthy characters, including Gatsby, use people and things and then discard them as trash... Tom is probably leads the mo...
  • Functional Foods Food Reduce Risk
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    Summary / functional foods "It is the position of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) that functional foods, including whole foods and fortified, enriched, or enhanced foods, have a potentially beneficial effect on health when consumed as part of a varied diet on a regular basic, at effective levels." The term "Functional" according to (ADA) food that has some identified value leading to health benefits, including reduced risk for disease for the person consuming it. Research shows that some...
  • Group Minds Good People Information
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    Group Minds is a very interesting and informative piece. Author Doris Lessing does a very good job trying to inform people about what is wrong with groups changing your opinion, and the idea that we do not use the information we have to improve ourselves. She offers a lot of good information, including an experiment that adds to her opinion about social groups. The author does a really good job getting her point across throughout the paper. 'When were in a group, we tend to think as that group ...
  • The Whiskey Rebellion Federal 1794 President
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    The Whiskey Rebellion was a series of disturbances in 1794 aimed against the enforcement of a U. S. federal law of 1791 imposing an excise tax on whiskey. The burden of the tax, which had been sponsored by the Federalist leader and secretary of the treasury Alexander Hamilton, fell largely on western Pennsylvania, then one of the chief whiskey-producing regions of the country. The grain farmers, most of whom were also distillers, depended on whiskey for almost all their income, and they consider...
  • Christianity Fasting Fast Christian
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    Christianity, Islam, and Judaism: Perspective on Fasting One of the longest established disciplines of the human body is that of fasting. Fasting is abstaining from food, drink, sleep or sex to focus on a period of spiritual growth (web). Fasting has also been used in nearly every religion in the world, including Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. Many of history's great spiritual leaders fasted for mental and spiritual clarity, including Jesus, Buddha, and Mohammed. Fasting is an important eleme...
  • Pound Weight State Winfield Pipes
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    Over the weekend Winfield sent 6 wrestlers to the Kansas State Wrestling Championships at Kansas Coliseum in Wichita. Out of the 6 state qualifiers, 4 medal led, including Garrett Harding, so. , Dan Pipes, sr. , Damien Annuschat, sr. , and Derrick McCreary, jr. Sophomore Garrett Harding placed first in the 103- pound weight class going undefeated over the weekend and 41-3 overall. Garrett manhandled his opponents reaching the championship and went on to beat Liberal's Ryan Madden 9-5. The secon...
  • Homeopathy Homeopathic Remedies
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    -Homeopathy is an affective form of treatment for many conditions including illnesses, and disease. - This medicine is made from substances such as plants, animals, or minerals. -Homeopathic remedies allow the body to heal itself without any harmful affects that might come from the use of conventional drugs-The history of homeopathy dates as far back as Hippocrates in the 5 th century. It was also used by Egyptians. -Most people take medicine in strong doses so the drug will produce the opposit...
  • Differences Which Separate Pope From Wordsworth
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    Key Differences Which Separate Pope from Wordsworth In comparing excerpts from Pope's "An Essay on Man" and Wordsworth's "Prospectus", I found many similarities and some key differences. Pope's lean toward the more structured and confined, and Wordsworth's lean towards the informal and original. These differences are what separate the styles of both poets and make Pope "regular" or formal and Wordsworth "irregular" or unique. Both poems are done in iambic pentameter; however, Pope's is rhymed wh...
  • Matisse Colour Form Including
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    Cross and Signac were experimenting with juxtaposing small strokes (often dots or "points") of pure pigment to create the strongest possible visual vibration of intense colour. Matisse adopted their technique and modified it repeatedly, using broader strokes. By 1905 he had produced some of the boldest colour images ever created, including Green Stripe (Madame Matisse) (1905, States Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen), a striking picture of his wife. The title refers to a broad stroke of brilliant gre...
  • Great Expectations Dickens Book Charles
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    Becuase this is not my job, I decided early on to limit my reviews to one book per author. You can imagine, then, how hard it was to decide WHICH book of Charles Dickens to review. I mean, to choose between A Tale of Two Cities, Oliver Twist, and Great Expectations was downright cruel. I have a passionate love, you see, for each of these stories. I finally decided on Great Expectations because it was the novel I had finished most recently. That way the other books don't feel so bad. So on to Gr...