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  • Print Version Of The Hacker Crackdown
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    THE HACKER CRACKDOWN Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier by Bruce SterlingCONTENTSPreface to the Electronic Release of The Hacker Crackdown Chronology of the Hacker Crackdown Introduction Part 1: CRASHING THE SYSTEM Brief History of Telephony / Bell's Golden Vaporware / Universal Service / Wild Boys and Wire Women / The Electronic Communities / The Ungentle Giant / The Breakup / In Defense of the System / The Crash Post-Mortem / Landslides in Cyberspace Part 2: THE DIGITAL UNDERGROUND St...
  • Jerry And Emile
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    2. The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier is a book about a boy named Jerry whose Mother died and who is living with his father. Ever since his mother's death, Jerry hasn't been the same; him and his Father hardly talk. Everything is going great for Jerry at Trinity his school. He made the football team the guys admired him and this girl from the bus stop smiled him. Everything was going well until the chocolate sales came. When he was assigned an assignment from the Vigils, a group of popular boys...
  • Parts Of The Book For Instance
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    The name of the book that I read was "The Witch of Blackbird Pond " By, Elizabeth George Spe are. The book took place in the year of 1687. Some of the book takes place on a boat called the "Dolphin", and then the rest of the book in Wethersfield, in the state of Connecticut. The main characters in the book are Katherine Tyler (her nickname was Kit), Nat Eaton, Uncle Matthew, Aunt Rachel, Hannah Tupper, Kit's cousins Mercy, and Judith, Prudence, Hannah Tupper, John Holbrook, Goodwife Cruff and Go...
  • Real Aspect Of The Book
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    Little Women by Louisa Alcott would definitely appeal to women of all types and ages. Little Women appeals to a broad audience, its full of the values and beliefs, and it paints a very real picture of most American's lives at the time. The reason for this book appealing to such a broad audience lies in all the characters' personalities. Mrs. March is a strong, independent woman who never falters, therefore she relates to all independent women; but she is also a mother who plants strong values in...
  • Several Parts
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    PLOT OUTLINE By: Ivan Tarnawsky This book starts in the pre-revolutionary time. At the beginning of the book, Johnny T remain, is working as an apprentice to Mr. Lapham. Mr. Lapham is a blacksmith. Johnny's parents died in a fire several years before, and this is why he lived with the Laphams. He worked there with enthusiasm for several years until he hurt his arm, scolding it in hot metal. After the accident, Mr. Lapham told Johnny that he needs to find a different profession, but he can stay w...
  • Place Gulliver Visits In Part
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    Report on Gulliver's Travels. Part : A Voyage to Laputa, Balnibarbi, Glubbdubdrib. Luggnagg, and Japan In October of 1726 Jonathan Swift published his most famous work, Gulliver's Travels. Most readers are familiar with three of the four parts of this work: the land of the little people (Lilliput), the land of the giants (Brobdingnag), and the land of the ruling horses (Houyhnhnm-land). However, modem readers may not be as familiar with Part, which has not received as much critical attention. So...
  • Christoph Wolff's Mozart's Requiem
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    A short time before the death of Mozart, a stranger of remarkable appearance, and dressed in deep mourning, called at his house, and requested him to prepare a Requiem, in his best style, for the funeral of a distinguished person. The sensitive imagination of the composer immediately seized upon the circumstance as an omen of his own fate; and the nervous anxiety with which he labored to fulfill the task, had the effect of realizing his impression. He died within a few days of completing this ma...
  • Story Of Clare Soap And Chemical
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    One of the stories going on in the book is the history of Clare Soap and Chemical. This company started back when the United States was not yet a country. A man named Jephthah Clare migrated to the New World. The company started off very small and grew to the international size. There were three brothers that really started the business. This story was solely historical, which made it less interesting. I found myself drifting off during these sections of the book. One part that really caught my ...
  • Danny And Jim
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    Midnight in the garden of Good and evil The book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil was written by John Berendt and was 388 pages long. This was a non-fiction story of the beautiful town of Savannah, Georgia. John Berendt was a reporter who lived in New York and one night while dinning out he realized that one plate of food cost him the same amount of money that it would to fly to Savannah. So he did and he found himself in love with the city and stayed. It is a spellbinding story peopled b...
  • Loco Brothers Attack Alec
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    The book the black stallion legend is about a boy by the name of Alec Ramsey and his horse "the black", Alec and the black go out west because one of Alec's best friend's Pam dies in a horrible car crash. In a moment of madness Alec sets his horse free in to the desert. Then dazed and heartsick, Alec wanders aimlessly until he collapses. A young native American boy by the name of Alph rescues him from death. Alph also recounts a prophecy. According to a local legend, a rider on a big black horse...
  • Holly's Mother
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    A Mother's Gift by Bri they and Lynne Spears Holly Faye Lovell is a small town girl from Biscay, Mississippi. She sure can sing! At fourteen, she becomes the youngest student ever to win a full scholarship to a very prestigious music school- Haverty School of Music, and is on her way to pursuing her career! The only bad part is that for the first time in her life, she " ll have to leave her mother, Wanda, behind. Even though they weren't very wealthy, they " ve always loved each other very much....
  • Billy And His Two Dogs
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    The book Where the Red Fern Grows is a great story about boy named Billy and his two dogs. The book is written by Wilson Rawls. He did an outstanding job in describing some of Billy's thoughts and feelings. Mr. Rawls has really outdone himself this time. If it isn't obvious, I really liked this book. Really liked the part when Billy got his two dogs, Little Ann and Old Dan. He saved all of his money for those dogs. Head big plans of the three of them being a hunting team. This goes to show that ...
  • Travis And Old Yeller
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    Dear Mr. Gipson, I really enjoyed your book, Old Yeller. It was wonderful and taught me a lot about life. It also had great details and made the reader urge on to read after each chapter. I also had some favorite parts above all the exciting scenes in the book! One of my favorite parts is when Little Arliss was in the family's drinking water. He had been trying to catch a bear cub. He had it be one leg, screaming in terror of what he saw. The mother bear was charging at Little Arliss, and there ...
  • Prophet Hosea
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    Historical Background Hosea was the son of Beer i, and author of the book of prophecies bearing his name. He belonged to the kingdom of Israel. His origin is question because of the peculiar, rough, innocent look. People point to the northern part of Palestine because of the intimate acquaintance he has with the localities of Ephraim. The period of his ministry, that extended for about sixty yeats, , is indicated in the superscription. Surprisingly, he is the only prophet of Israel who has left ...
  • Original Story Of Shabanu
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    Shabanu The book Shabanu, written by Suzanne Fisher Staples, was published in the year 1989. This fictional book takes place in the deserts of Choli stan, which is located on the boarder of Pakistan. The main character in this book is a young girl, at the age of 11 when the book begins, named Shabanu. She has a 13 year old sister named Phulan, who is coming of age to be married. Phulan is betrothed to her cousin Hamir; Shabanu is betrothed to his brother Murad. Shabanu is a very vibrant young gi...
  • Story By Clarisse
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    He is part of a community that preserves the contents of books before they are destroyed by fire. They possess no books apart from those that are being consigned to memory. The members of the group are the books, and in this way signify their rebellion against the system. As you might expect, most of these outcasts are well-educated, being former professors, doctors etc. They have their own technology to combat the likes of Beatty and the Mechanical Hound. Grainger has the means to change the ch...
  • Ego And The Id
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    The words "ego" and "id" are Greek, and we have carried them into the English language and then nominal ized. By doing this our consciousness solidifies them as things within our brains. The word "ego" means "I" or "self". The word "id" means "non-I" or "non-self", or "it". We dont say "the I" when we refer to ourselves. But so often we say "the ego" as if to refer to a specific part or thing of our minds. The other confusion that adds to nominal ization is then believing the rest of the book is...
  • Leopold's Land Ethics
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    A Sand County Almanac Leopold, Aldo Published in 1949 Oxford University Press, Inc. Would I recommend A Sand County Almanac to someone I know? Depending upon who it was, I would definitely recommend this book. I think I would suggest this book for someone who enjoys the outdoors. But someone who does not appreciate the outdoors, in my opinion, would not get as much out of the book. The reason I would recommend this book is because I thought it did a splendid job describing the tinniest things an...

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