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    New Haven Essay

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    New Haven is a city located in Connecticut. It was founded by English Puritans in 1638 who laid the city according to grid, which is known as the “Nine Square Plan.” The founders of New Haven wanted to create a strong realm of commercial business in the spacious harbor of Long Island; They were even hopeful to have control as far south as the Delaware Bay. New Haven’s urban development experienced many ups and downs in its’urban development. ("New Haven | Connecticuthistory.Org") In its early years of establishments, the city experienced great economic prosperity. In 1640, a new government formed. New Haven has seen consistent growth to a community of eight hundred souls. For the hopeful outsider, this consistent growth looked promising.…

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    Harland Bartholomew is one of the original municipal planners that influenced the city planning profession from 1914 to present day. Bartholomew’s influence and notability in city planning has three distinct areas (Lovelace, 1993). These three areas include the education of planning professionals, civil service at both the city and national level, and his private practice and advancement of a systematic comprehensive plan (Lovelace, 1993). These three areas tell a story of an individual that had…

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    planner that lived from 1889 to 1989 (Lovelace, 1993). He was one of the original municipal planners and has influenced city planning profession from 1914 to present day. Bartholomew’s influence and notability in city planning has three distinct areas (Lovelace, 1993). These three areas include the education of planning professionals, civil service at both the city and national level, and his private practice and advancement of a systematic comprehensive plan (Lovelace, 1993). These three areas…

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    critical because so many of the positions in the organization have direct impact on the lives of others. The hospital must maintain high standards in hiring and have an effective and efficient process. The Current Hiring Process At Parkland Hospital, the hiring process is formalized, with specific steps that must take place at each stage. These steps typically involve human resources (HR) working together with the department in need of the employee, although there are some actions that HR…

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    Rosalind Krauss Grids

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    notice grids are used everywhere in day-to-day life. For example, the keyboard on your laptop, the pixelated squares on your TV screen, and the apps on your IPhone all consist of grids. In the article Grids, Rosalind Krauss discusses the significance of grids in artwork, specifically in modern art. Krauss describes grids as the “modernity of modern art” and examines the impact behind the grid’s centrifugal and centripetal existence. There are two ways in which Krauss explains the grid’s…

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    What is nomophobia? Nomophobia is a word you don’t hear every day, but it applies to many people. Nomophobia, or “No-mobile-phone-phobia”, relates to all the feelings that come along with a phobia in regards to not having your smartphone (Holohan). Nomophobia is not recognized as an actual phobia, but people of all ages experience the symptoms. The many uses of smartphones and technology becoming a part of American culture have made nomophobia what it is; nomophobia will continue to grow as…

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    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a play based on the novel written by Mark Haddon. It was adapted into a play by Simon Stephens and is currently being shown at the Gielgud Theatre in London. The first thing I noticed when entering the Gielgud Theatre was how big it was. The stage itself was very large, and was a proscenium arch, meaning that the audience faces the stage straight-on. The very unique thing about this stage was that the back wall was a giant cube-like math grid.…

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    Traditionally, power grid architectures were standalone systems that consisted of proprietary protocols traversing legacy hardware and software systems (Li et al., 2012). Power grid automation systems using this type of architecture carried high operating costs that power companies found to be inefficient over time (Kuder et al., 2010). Due to this inefficiency, power companies began to integrate the operation of power grid automation systems into public networks. This integration served its…

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    Power Outage Case Study

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    In managing a network problems with the network are to be expected and planned for when and where possible. Many of these plans created to deal with problems cover what to do if a part of the system is attacked or compromised along with what to do in the event of a natural disaster. This does not mean everything is covered as some problems are deem unlikely or a minor enough event that it should not be a problem to deal with. One potential problem that can find itself label in such a way are…

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    Chuck Close Essay

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    known for making realistic portraits of human faces using a grid technique. Most of the portraits he has created are non-life size. His “Big Self Portrait” piece, unframed, is 107-½ × 83-½ × 2. He has been through many depressing and significant events in his life, yet he still says he is the happiest man in the world, which is hard to believe. Chuck Close was born on July 5, 1940 in Monroe,Washington. His father was Leslie Durward Close (died in 1952, when Chuck was 11) and his mother was…

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