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    I’ve always loved writing, and I believe the right words can move mountains. Whether delivered through speech, song, or story, words can transform worldviews and encourage action. The Winnie-the-Pooh books are undeniably whimsical, but they communicate powerful messages of individuality, optimism, growing up, and more. These messages have influenced both children and adults for 90 years. Music lyrics similarly affect people. “Imagine” by John Lennon remains one of the world’s greatest influential songs. Newer hits such as Green Day’s “American Idiot” and Macklemore’s “Same Love” spread strong messages that spark social change. My plan is to use my time in college to learn how to communicate to the best of my ability, and impact the world with the lessons I learn.…

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    3-Describe wired LAN, its purpose, basic configuration, and supported standards. Specifically explain the VLAN concept and its use within the wired LAN infrastructure. What healthcare use can you envision for wired LAN? If unsure, search the literature for answers. A wired LAN connects computers within an organization in a network configuration and each PC on the LAN must connect to the network with a network interface card (NIC). The NIC needed varies by which cabling is used for the…

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    SDN are next generation networks. They provide high flexibility, reliability, and security. The main difference between SDN and the traditional network is separation of control and data plane. In SDN, only the controller has the decision-making capabilities. Whereas switches are responsible for traffic forwarding. The controller and switches can be programmed dynamically or as needed. Applications communicate directly with the SDN controller via the northbound interface. This plane is also…

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    American Hardcore The early 80s punk rock film, American Hardcore, features bands such as Black Flag, Minor Threat, and Minutemen amongst others. The documentary addresses the birth and evolution of punk rock, beginning in 1978 and ending in 1986. Interviews from former members of these punk rock bands are included in the film. Throughout the film we are taken behind the scenes into the real world of punk rock, including riots, music production, performer’s attitudes and distinctive looks that…

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    Salvation Army Case Study The Salvation Army Automates Guest Access & Expands BYOD SH: Uses Network Sentry’s Unique Multiple Portal Feature to Unify Guest Experience Network Profile: A Cisco network that integrates 80 different locations. Challenges • Automate the guest access provisioning process for 80 locations • Provide a unified look and feel for 80 access portals, all with different local provisioning • Expand BYOD wireless connectivity options without sacrificing security or compliance…

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    Anytime she needed to address the class whether it was for academic instructions or disciplinary reasons, she addressed her students as “friends”. This simple act promoted a sense of community and friendship between the teacher and the students themselves. After my first initial day of observing the classroom environment, I focused on aspects that affected school culture. The most obvious to me was the difference of race and how it affected the individual students learning experiences. This is…

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    Essay On Max Mckeeown

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    Max McKeown said, “Innovation is deviance which means that the rebellious personality is a natural resource for practical creativity. As an innovator, you need to reject the old to establish a new, better, status quo. And one of the most powerful sources of newness is the rebel or maverick, mind.”. According to McKeown, innovation can be actions or behaviors that violate social norms. Which led him to believe in “rejecting the old” and everything new is better. Overall, McKeown was correct with…

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    New IGN: Animize AGE: 15 Time Zone: AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) Location / Country: Australia. Languages: English. What will you bring to the staff team if you were staff? {Min 100 Words}: I believe I can bring a sense of professionalism to the staff team and network in general by working with staff members and players to create the best gameplay experience for every player. I am a very experienced staff member and know all of the methods and commands to make sure everything…

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    Green Day Thesis

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    Green Day launched American Idiot in September 2004. Soon after it’s launch the album became a massive hit – one of the most revered and critically acclaimed albums of Green Day. This Album is a story about an “idiot American” teenage boy – Jesus of Suburbia (JoS). JoS is a representation of everything the typical American outcasted youth is. He does drugs and drinks ("to fall in love and fall in debt, to alcohol and cigarettes") He's depressed, unloved and hates his Mom (and his step-dad,…

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    Green Day Research Paper

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    Green Day has been rocking the Bay Area pop-punk sound for nearly 30 years. Starting out as snot-nosed punks singing about girls, smoking pot and masturbating, the trio of Billie Joe Armstrong (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Mike Dirnt (nee Prichard; bass, backing vocals) and Tré Cool (nee Frank Edwin Wright III; drums, backing vocals) grew into masters of the rock music game. Not only did they make rock history once with 1994s ‘Dookie,’ but they did it again 10 years later with 2004s ‘American…

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