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  • Job Search Tools On Manpower Com
    680 words
    The two job based Internet websites I choose to research were web and. manpower. com. Monster. com claims to be the largest and most comprehensive job search engine on the World Wide Web. Jeff Taylor, who is the CEO, founded the company in 1994. Monster. com is a public company and is traded on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol (MOST). The company also has twenty-three sites in countries around the world. Monster. com's website is very user friendly, it is very easy to navigate through the site...
  • Dalai Lama And The Panchen Lama
    477 words
    The reincarnation system (turku), a distinguishing characteristic of Tibetan Buddhism, is based the theory that Buddha's soul never vanishes, but reincarnates in succession to lead his followers and to accomplish his mission. One of first reincarnations among the Buddhist monks in Tibet is Karma Pakshi. In 1193, before Durum Chen pa, a religious leader, the first Karma pa of the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, passed away, he told his disciples that he would return as a reincarnated b...
  • Jennifer Wilbanks
    885 words
    Jennifer Wilbanks, the Georgia runaway bride, is escorted by... ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Distressed, out of cash and in disguise, a missing Georgia bride-to-be turned up on a seedy stretch of Route 66 and told authorities Saturday she'd been abducted, then copped to the truth - she fled the pressure of her looming wedding. Jennifer Wilbanks, 32, was picked up by police after a bus trip that took her through Las Vegas, Nev., to a payphone outside an Albuquerque 7-Eleven where she called her fiance, Jo...
  • Search Tool For The First Time
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    http: // ... com / Reports/Technology / SurfingtheInternet. shtml Surfing the Internet The internet can be a huge and scary informational jungle for a non-expert. Given the enormous amount of information that the internet contains, this is no surprise. There are things that one can do though, to make their quest for knowledge easier. When looking for a specific item in this cyberactive library it is easier to have a plan, and then focus on a particular subject. Most likely, using a search tool w...
  • Monster's Pursuit Of Knowledge
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    Throughout the course of Frankenstein, the acquisition of knowledge is one of the most important themes in the novel. In this classic Romantic Novel, knowledge comes in many forms and is used in many ways. Knowledge can be credited with saving someone's life, or it can be the justification for ending another's. The quest for knowledge is just as jeopardous as the actual acquisition of it. People in general are always on the search for knowledge. It is human nature to want to find out what is unk...
  • Searching Behavior Of High School Students
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    In the article "A visit to the information mall: web searching behavior of high school students", the authors aimed at describing the searching behavior of high school students and recommending changes in the design of the web that may improve the learning experience of students (Fidel et al, 1999). The authors conducted a field research to analyze the web-searching behavior of high school students for the three weekly assignments. The field research was a case study involving activities includi...
  • Whitney Houston
    405 words
    INTRODUCTION I. If asked who is your favorite singer of all times, could you answer quickly or would you have to think about it. I don't even have to give that question a second thought. Before there was a search for an "American Idol", "Star Search" or "Diva's Live" winner, there was and is the timeless, amazing and seasoned singer, Whitney. II. Today I would like to pay special tribute to one of the best voices in the last two decades, the incomparable Whitney Houston: I would like to talk to ...
  • More Happiness An Individual Searches
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    It has been historically shown that happiness is inversely related to the amount of freedom an individual possesses. Many people believe the more freedom they can obtain, the happier and more fulfilling their lives will be. It is inevitable, however, as more freedom is achieved, the unhappier that person may become, ultimately destroying that individual, mentally, emotionally, and even physically. The search for ultimate happiness has been going on for centuries. People search and search until t...
  • Right Of The Freedom Of Speech
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    The terrorist attack on the world trade center has, unfortunately, led our government to decrease some of our hard-earned civil rights. Our government has responded to this terrible crisis by reducing such rights as freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and freedom from unreasonable searches. The president has made efforts to begin new projects and pass new laws that will restrict some of the freedoms written in the constitution. Many of the steps President Bush has taken may intensify our prob...
  • Certain Types Of Knowledge
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    How do beliefs about the world, and beliefs about what is valuable, influence the pursuit of knowledge? A pursuit, by definition, requires a goal or answer to a question that the pursuer is attempting to reach. This end, towards which effort is directed, is based upon previous knowledge that says that it will be fruitful in some way. Any knowledge that is pursued is, logically, pursued for a reason. This reason must be that the knowledge could prove valuable in some way to the acquirer of the kn...

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