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    Aspects of Humanity Revealed through Symbolism in Never Let Me Go Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go has been widely acclaimed for its insights into the depths of human life. On the surface, the main characters, Kathy H., Tommy, and Ruth live completely normal lives, but their inevitable futures as organ donors separates them from “normal” people. Throughout their childhood and adolescent lives, the characters encounter various objects that become sentimental to them. Kathy greatly values her Judy Bridgewater Cassette Tape, and it becomes symbolic of the complex relationships she has formed and the losses she has suffered. Animals also play a large role in the lives of the clones, representing their creativity and individuality. As the characters…

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    "I 'm not sure if you 'll like what you 're going to see.." "Doesn 't matter," calmly said the boy. Although inside he was very excited about what hidden things could be kept hold by this brown cube. The nurse gives a small "hmmm" and takes off the tape. The box reveals a jumbled up mess of cassette tapes, possibly from the 80s that some random stranger once had. The boy looks at the items with distraught and says, "Did I miss the latest invention where you can travel through time?" The…

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    There are some who wish to be gone without a trace; however, some wish to leave an explanation for why they left. Thirteen reasons why follows thirteen experiences that combined convinced Hannah Baker to end her life. These accounts personally affect Clay Jenson, an amicable friend of Hannah, who receives the tapes without any clue as to why he is on them. As Clay listens to the tapes he is stunned as to who affected Hannah and what they did. This journal recounts Hannah’s path toward searching…

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    I have heard talk that a playlist will always feel polished and clean and intentional and that they will never have the gritty, in the moment feel that a cassette mix has. My response to that claim is that about 1/3 of the files contained on my personal playlists are either leaked or live recordings of unreleased material. In the same way you could go and buy a nice clean album on a cassette in the 90’s I can do the same online today, so why would I take time to include a common, and easily…

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    The ragtag assembly of voiceover performances help, with J.K. Simmons as the authoritative Khampa, Luke Wilson as his son, Bodi, and a pretty terrific Eddie Izzard who plays Angus Scattergood, the hard-on-his-luck, feline former rock star whose new record label is demanding his new single by 6pm on Friday. Scattergood lives in “the city”, which geography tells me should be Lhasa, which would logically be the location referenced, since it is the second-most populated city in Tibet and has an…

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    It was the first device to stop recording on cylinders and start recording on flat disks or records. Because there was no electricity you had to wind it up to use it.It was invented by Emile Berliner and the first records used by the gramophone were made of glass. A spiral groove with sound information was etched into the flat record and the record was rotated on the gramophone. The "arm" of the gramophone had a needle that read the grooves in the record by vibration and the vibrations…

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    The aim of this essay is to look into contemporary means of music distribution, and identify which is currently the most profitable and widely used, and why they are used and the effect they have on the music industry. This information will then be used to predict which method of distribution will survive the test of time, and potentially be the means of distribution that could still be in use 15 years from now. This essay will explore the profitability and popularity of three different…

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    We are known as the digital native 's, if you put all of us together on an island we would honestly not know how to survive. Ever since we were children there have been cell phones, or computers to distract us when we were bored. You then have the digital immigrants who are now adults that grew up with out technology and had to learn how to communicate with it as they got older. People born in the digital native era have a different kind of knowledge then digtal immigrants do. There are two…

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    DIMENSION SEVEN: THE RELATION OF THE OLD TO THE NEW Defining change and a digital workplace Change is inevitable. Change is significantly apparent in ‘New learning’ or ‘21st learning’ as there is a substantial amount of research contributing to the idea of transforming learning environments, in turn, changing ‘classroom’ or ‘learning space’ dynamics. Change can be relative. Cuban (1993) explains that for some teachers substituting textbooks, deciding to implement technology such as computers…

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    INTRODUCTION Interactive learning is a learning system that combines together the effect of social networking and urban computing within the same curriculum. Interactive learning has become dominant from a round 2000 and this is due to the increase in the number of people involved in the digital technology and virtual communication. It is a system where the boundary between the educator and the learner means completely nothing and the educators can no longer be regarded as the keeper of…

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