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  • Social And Ethical Changes Of Computers Throughout Generations

    1. The hardware, or the physical parts of a computer, is one factor that has been constantly changing throughout the development of computers. Two elements of hardware in particular have progressed as generations go on: data transfer and storage. One challenge for computer engineers from the start was deciding how to transfer data through the computer. The first computer, the ENIAC, required 18,000 vacuum tubes to do so, and weighed about 20 tons. Because of its huge size, its power consumption…

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  • Advantages And Cons Of Technology

    boron for our modern technology is its use in neodymium magnets. These powerful magnets are an alloy of neodymium, iron and bron. The magnets used are found in computers, specifically hard drives. E-waste, short for electronic waste, can be any outdated or obsolete appliance or electronic device found in offices, homes and pants pockets. Televisions, microwaves, computers and cellphones are all common examples of e-waste. This is one of the major drawbacks of technology. Canada It is a must to…

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  • Negative And Negative Consequences Of Computers

    People have been using computers for over a decade now and while computers have benefitted humanity in a major way they have also harmed established principles. We need not look too far too see the negative consequences that computers have brought to the environment and humanity including, but not limited to pollution, cyber attacks, viruses and many other consequences. However it seems like the benefits of computers have drastically outweighed the negative consequences that they produce. As we…

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  • John F. Szwed's Sun Ra

    that I have chosen is John F. Szwed, and the musician that I have chosen is Sun Ra. Why did John F. Szwed, the author, write this book? The author wrote this book to tell the story about “Sun Ra-(“Herman Poole “Sonny” Blount”)” who had created unique music for a broad audience. Sun Ra wanted his unparalleled audience to desire more than just to be entertained. He wanted the world to understand his philosophies. He was also a philosopher and taught his audience his teachings. He took his…

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  • Gender Stereotypes In Hard Out Here By Lily Allen

    “Hard Out Here”, Lily Allen addresses and forwards the issues of misogyny and sexism in the music industry through her lyrics used in the song, the ironic use of black dancers to make a statement, and imagery in her…

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  • Descriptive Essay: The Sanctuary Night Club

    The music was good, and I was able to catch the names of two more songs played by the DJ: Ya Basta by Frank Reyes and Papa Boco by Amarfis. The songs all had a driving beat. I enjoyed watching the people moving, particularly the way their bodies moved and how…

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  • Salif Keita's Musical Identity

    talking drum, kora (large harp-lute), and djembe (goblet-shaped hand drum)” (Lesson 6), but he also utilizes other instruments like “electric guitars, bass, synthesizer, and keyboards to produce African-flavored music with a techno beat” (Lesson 6). However, later on in…

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  • The Mozart Effect Essay

    The Mozart Effect, which was developed by Dr. Gordon Shaw, is a theory that listening to classical music will make you smarter. Dr. Shaw’s studies have shown that listening to classical music like Mozart’s Sonata in D major for Two Pianos resulted in higher IQ test scores. When the students listened to classical music for just a few minutes prior to the test, their scores increased by as much as nine points. Dr. Shaw also tested his theory on children as well. He took a group of preschool aged…

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  • Café La Maze Concert Report

    Café La Maze is a restaurant in National City where people can enjoy great food and live music every night. They offer a variety of music genres and even have karaoke nights. I attended their Jazz night, which hosted the Jazz band Burnett 's Bliss. Burnett Anderson is the leader of the band, vocalist and horn player; his fellow band members are, Lynn Willard on the keyboards, Ronnie Stewart on the drums, and Robert Sebastian on the guitar. The band members are very friendly and helpful. After my…

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  • Merengue Rmba Dance Research

    Dance Essays for The Rumba and The Merengue There are many folk dances that are performed around the world but two of the most popular are the Rumba which originated in Cuba, and the Merengue which originated in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica) The rumba is a dance that rivets its image on the mind. With so much history, rumba has been and is a dance of conflicts: love versus hate, aggression and harmony, sexuality and prudence. Musically, it taps…

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