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    Have you ever went online shopping and the next thing you know, you are on Facebook and an ad for those gorgeous shoes are shining brightly in that sidebar looking better than ever? Eli Pariser explains why this is happening in The Filter Bubble. Ultimately, the new web is changing how we think and what we read. In this essay, I will review the book and discuss the arguments inside. Right now, we think that the information that we are looking up is general information that is available to everyone else. In reality, when we search for something, it creates this personalized information that the internet thinks we would be most likely to look further into. If you and the person next you searched the same thing on Google, your results probably…

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    Brad Manning’s essay, “Arm Wrestling with My Father,” gives details and insight into Manning’s complex relationship with his father, and forces the reader to relate it to their own experiences. The essay begins with Manning and his father, hands locked together, in the middle of an intense arm wrestling match. However, even though Manning fought to defeat his father in the battle, he was easily overpowered by him and his hand was forced to the carpet. Upset over his loss, Manning was, “Too…

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    The Book Of Eli Analysis

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    film, “The Book of Eli”. In this dramatic tale Denzel Washington stars as Eli, a mysterious wanderer that carries the world’s only remaining copy of King James’s Bible. He ventures 30 years across a desolated post-apocalyptic landscape in the attempt of finding a safe haven for this sacred book. Determined to complete his mission, Eli’s quote “We walk by faith, not by sight” from the Bible conveys a very special meaning. The Hughes Brother’s seriousness about religion interplays with a…

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    Ole Miss History

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    engineering, business with many different directions, accountancy, journalism - media and education. There is also school with many choices of applied science and school of medicine and pharmacy, as well. This university is very prideful because of its long list of prominent graduates. Many and very important people studied in Ole Miss, included authors, politicians, actors, business people, athletes and celebrities. The famous television director, producer and actress Kate Jackson and the…

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    The History Of GE

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    The history of GE starts by Thomas Edison in 1878, in early they focus on distribution, generation and electric power and in 1978 GE diversified in to aircraft engines, diesel locomotives and medical system.GE was undergoing change in 1930 they welcome opportunities and agile to be change. Reg johns: Become CEO in 1973 and selected to be CEO of GE 3 times by his peers. GE become benchmark for companies due to his SBU structure units and sophisticated planning process. John was unable to…

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    In the United States today, about 200,000 children aged 20 years or younger have type 1 diabetes (Article where came from on desk). Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) works very diligently to find a cure for this disease. To gather research for this topic, interviews were held with four people who are closely involved with JDRF and type 1 diabetes (T1D). In depth research was also done on the foundation and the horrible disease that takes people’s lives daily, known as T1D. T1D has…

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    On May 1876, Colonel Eli Lilly and three employees had found a company that would advance the medical world remarkably to combat physiological and psychological diseases. This company known as Eli Lilly and Company is an American global corporation that is heavily invested in the manufacturing and the distribution of pharmaceutical products. The mission of this company is to better the lives of people within the United States, and across the globe to help achieve longer, healthier, and more…

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    Avataz Research Paper

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    Avaaz is an organization based in the United States its name means voice and has been referred to as the single largest and most powerful activist network online.It was founded in 2007 as a civic organization to promote global activism on issues that continue to affect the world at large including human rights, climate change, corruption, poverty, animal rights, and conflict. Avaaz's was founded by a group of people who shared a common goal and believe in that though activism they could achieve…

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    In a video by Eli Pariser named “Beware of Online ‘Filter Bubbles’” he talks about and conducts a test that proves we only see very filtered information. One of Pariser’s tests consisted of him asking a few of his friends to search a certain topic and see what results they get, and with the results he concluded that each person has their own “Filter Bubble” (Pariser). These results that Pariser found only go to prove that the media gives people the information they feel or that will benefit…

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    The Filter Bubble Summary

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    Bubble, Pariser discusses the impact of hyper-focused and self-centered information on society. More specifically, he talks about the ADD prescription drug Adderal and how it affects students, and compares it with how the filter bubble in society has the same sort of affect on the general population. Pariser begins by telling a story about a KGB officer named Yuri Nosenko who began spying for the CIA in exchange for some money that got stolen from him one night when he had been drinking.…

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