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  • Juke Box Musical Analysis

    recorded by the most popular artists of the time like Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Nat King Cole. And usually altered to fit the artist and for them to have their own interpretation of the song. These songs would become hits and be recorded for years to come. Cole Porter was by far one of the best at writing these standards, while he was writing music in his later life he had mastered the craft by writing simple songs with dummy lyrics “I Love You” which was popularized by Bing Crosby in 1944. In his earlier career he still wrote a bunch of standards especially in his hit Anything goes with hits such as “I Get a Kick Out of You” (Recorded by Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald), “(You’d Be So) Easy To Love” (Recorded by Billie Holiday and Sammy Davis Jr.), “You’re The Top” (Recorded by Bing Crosby and Ethel Merman) and the title track “Anything Goes” (Recorded by Chris Connor and Tony Bennett). Frank Loesser started writing Tin Pan Alley after he hadn’t had any luck with his previous jobs. His first musical he wrote was Where’s Charley but he didn’t get any major success until he wrote the hit “Baby It’s Cold Outside” used in the film Neptune’s Daughter, which won him an Academy Award for Best Song. After that he moved on to writing Guys and Dolls which won him two Tony Awards and created the hits “I’ve Never Been in Love Before” (Recorded by Bobby Darin and Doris Day), “If I Were a Bell” (Recorded by Bing Crosby and Miles Davis) and “Luck be a Lady” (Recorded by Jack Jones…

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  • Bald Eagle Times Research Paper

    singers were Duke Ellington, with the hit song "Take the 'A ' train," Glenn Miller, the singer of "In the Mood," and Benny Goodman, performing "Sing, Sing, Sing." These four singers were not the only popular ones, on the contrary they were only the most popular ones and they have been said to have been the ones that pretty much gave that music period a meaning, with them as the definition. There were many other famous singers of the era. Other famous singers of the era were Frank Sinatra, Bing…

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  • Analysis Of Malcolm Gladwell's Outliers: The Theory Of Success

    to Success What is an outlier? As Malcolm Gladwell explains in his novel Outliers: The Story of Success, an outlier is “something that is situated away from or classed differently from a main or related body”. A man named Lawrence Edward Page, with a mind like no other teams up with another man named Sergey Brin to create the famously known search engine, Google. In the book Outliers, Gladwell mentions many strategies and methods to achieve success. While a few apply to Larry, many of them do…

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  • Google Social Responsibility

    Arion1 Anthony Arion Principles of Marketing 301B Prof Coulson 28 September 2016 Google: 1 followed by 100 Zeros The number 10 to the hundredth power; a 1 followed by 100 Zeros is a google. Likewise, the company founded in 1996 with a search bar merely powered by two dual Pentium II servers with 512MB of Ram each and now paying founders. Sergey Binn and Larry Page, an annual salary of $17.5 billion each is so aptly named as to make one believe it was inspired. Just ten years later in…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Online Tracking

    Everyone is being watched. Everything that is done on the internet is tracked. When most people hear this, they prefer to block all forms of tracking when they browse the internet. This would be okay if it was not for the fact that most people cannot live without several services that require a certain degree of tracking. It is some of these features that people have come to depend on in their everyday life, thus blurring the line that separates acceptable tracking from stalking. This means that…

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  • Google: A Huge Effect On People's Memory

    The ability to instantly access vast amount of information at anytime, anywhere, through the advent of Google is having a huge effect on people’s memory. Google is the world’s most popular search engine with billions of searches conducted daily (Hillis, Petit & Jarrett 2012). There is no doubt that it provides people with instant services such as Google Translate, Google Street Viewer and Google Buzz which makes life more convenient for users. However, considering the pervasiveness it is…

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  • Google Critical Thinking

    What are the primary colors? Well the answer is yellow, red and blue... Did you have to look on Google for the answer? I can guarantee it only took 5 seconds to look up the answer. In this Millennial Generation, the internet is at their fingertips that can used on smartphones, watches, computers. This is why people feel as though Google and other search engines can provide false sense of self-perceived intelligence. It’s hard to believe but people can confuse them self with external source of…

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  • How Does Google Make People Stupid

    Google, the wonderful search engine that drives people’s curiosity on the road of knowledge. In daily life Google is used countless times to search nearly anything and everything. It gives people to ability to increase their intelligence, but at the same time increases their dependability of Google. This in return leaves the choice to allow people to actually retain their new found knowledge, or to forget and repeatedly search as convenient. Then the question must be asked if Google is making…

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  • The Importance Of Search Engines

    Search engines have reshaped the world. They are luxurious plethora of endless information, and as a result, have redefined the process of obtaining information. Even the most ridiculous conundrum can be answered with the typing of a few keys and pushing of a button. It has facilitated the process of research for stressed students around the world and shed a modernized light on existing information. As a college student, search engines have been proven highly beneficial to the process of seeking…

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  • Google Case Study Essay

    Google Google is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products that include online advertising technologies, search, cloud computing, software, and hardware. Students use Google as a search engine to search for articles, references, blogs, to gain an insight into a topic, case studies. The information derived through Google is used for assignments and projects. Apart from this, Google also has an Application feature; called Google App. It…

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