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    Body Art: From the Stone Age to the Electronic Age Body art is one of humanity’s oldest ways to express themselves, but throughout history individuals with body art have experienced persecution and ridicule. Tattooing went from being a way to signal out criminals and prostitutes, to being a brand new canvas for artists. Piercings in some ancient cultures showed class levels and riches, while today it means hippie or to the media, a slut. Times change, views change, people and cultures change. In the very beginning tattoos have been an indication of social status, an emblem of rite of passage, an expression of spiritual devotion, or adornment. Tattoos date back to the Stone Age in 10,000 B.C. Tools for tattooing have been discovered by…

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    companies that want maximum profits from minimal investment” (Herr, J. 2015). With this idea in mind, as a lobbyist for Electronic Arts (EA) Corporation, I would advocate for tougher laws to be implemented in order to effectively combat software piracy. “Software piracy involves the violation of license agreements and occurs when you download, copy, file-share, install, or distribute digitized material in the form of computer software programs and entertainment media without authorization from…

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    The FIFA video game has impacted my life by growing my interest in soccer and connecting me to my friends and family. FIFA grew my interest in soccer by showing me how much fun and impressive soccer can be. It helped connect me to friends and family by making us able to relate through soccer. The FIFA video game has been able to impact me because of its popularity in the world, its game development, and the awards it has won. Without FIFA, my interest in soccer might not be as high, my ability…

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    Mass Effect: Andromenda

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    Mass Effect: Andromenda --New Galaxy Takes A Step Back The first thing anyone does when they get a new BioWare game is create their character's look. Mass Effect: Andromeda missed the mark on this in a major way. It's so bad, they're fixing it. I decided I would play with Scott Ryder, who I renamed Jules. There's 12 different hair styles. I didn't/don't like any of them. This is the example of what I like to call the suck. They're all bad, this is the worst one. WTF is this? When I…

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    The case raised in the above is mainly due to the use by Electronic Arts an impression that included Keller and other student-affiliated characters in their designing of the video game. This implies that the company may have infringed on the rights of these athletes protection from unwarranted publicity. This is what the Keller and the Arizona State University on the use of its content in designing the game. On the other hand, the company ran to the First Amendment in asking that the claim be…

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    Shreveport, LA (Clinical, One Year Rotation) Bachelor OF GENERAL STUDIES: Business Administration | MAY 1985 | Louisiana Tech University, RESTON, LA | GPA 3.76 Associate OF ARTS, GenerAL STUDIES: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | MAY 1984 | Louisiana Tech University, RESTON, LA | GPA 3.76 Military Technical TRAINING Electronic Systems TECHNOLOGY | May 1987 | The Air UniverSity - Community COllege of the Air FORCE | Maxwell AFB, LA | GPA 4.00 L30ZR2825 24, TEMPEST NONSTOP and HIJACK Testing ? 60…

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    With the quick and easy access to the internet and the popularity of social media, cyberbullying is a growing problem for school age children. Cyberbullying, also known as electronic bullying, is bullying through electronic devices. Cyberbullying can be described as “An aggressive, intentional act carried out by a group or individual, using electronic forms of contact, repeatedly and over time against a victim who cannot easily defend him or herself” (Smith, Mahdavi, Carvahol & Tippet, 2006.…

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    Going further into this digital revolution, textbooks are an obtrusive object of the past that should be replaced with tablets in the K-12 school system. As a matter of fact, the great debate of whether to exchange heavy obtrusive textbooks for light, portable tablets has been going on in the school systems for years now. There are cons to this act, but there are many more pros that override the negatives. To help students move into the digital era and be more involved, schools need to…

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    The Paradox on the Use of Technology for Taking Notes During the first few weeks as a college freshman I identified many contrasts of a higher education and the public school system I was formed in. Grade school, and eventually secondary school, highly discouraged the use of electronics in the classroom. In fact, the use of electronic devices at all on campus was grounds for detention, a confiscation of the ‘contraband,’ and the phoning of parents to retrieve the device from the assistant…

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    and unsafe compound devices. More electronic repairers will be required to keep up the pace of faulty technology. With malfunctioning technology, electronic repairers may face a busy schedule with a full time job, but gets the satisfaction of helping others with everyday problems technologically . According to CareerOneStop workers will “test electrical equipment or systems to ensure proper functioning.” This is a daily duty has a very basic explanation with a more complex, separate jobs.…

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