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  • Off Page Factors

    first page of the search engine results when they do a search for your services or products. With all the millions of other web sites and competing firms out there this may seem like an insurmountable task. And it may be. But my guess is, that for most of you it is not only possible, but perhaps even relatively easy. This is especially true for small and medium sized firms serving a local area, such as the Minneapolis, Cleveland or Memphis. But it takes an understanding of both "on page" and…

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  • Beta Alanine And Creatine Summary

    “Beta Alanine & Creatine – The Ultimate Workout Supplement Stack” is an article posted by blogger enthusiast Curt Pederson on his own website StayFitCentral.com (Pederson). This lengthy addition to the workout related website boast the benefits of using certain pre-workout supplements. Anyone who happen to stumble across this particular webpage will immediately notice the information seems less then reputable. After fully evaluating the bloggers post, along with accumulating some background…

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  • Irony In Melissa Faebos's Call My Name

    Names are identities. Whether on the internet succeeding a Commercial At, a television screen, or on top of a text messaging thread. It seems, as it should, that our names have meaning, regardless of accuracy or desire. In Melissa Faebos’s book Abandon Me she illustrates a grand irony in her chapter “Call My Name”, to have a name mean one thing but the adverse be your reality. Within my own life, I’ve set goals, maintained demeanors, and pushed the status quo all in the pursuit that one day my…

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  • Led Zeppelin: A Lasting Impression On Music History

    twentieth century, and their songs have immortalized each member, the highest hopes a band could achieve. The Yardbirds were incredibly popular in the mid-sixties and saw several members come and go such as Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck, and a man named Jimmy Page,…

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  • Commentary On The Essay Being Brian's By Brian Doyle

    The essay Being Brian’s is almost a list; it compares, contrasts, questions, and answers about different “Brians”. In its undertones, however, it explores two main ideas. The first is that it is possible to write an essay about everything, or anything at all, even what others might consider nothing. The second is that names can have power, and can draw people together or shape a person. Doyle started his search for Brians on a website called Switchboard. He then learned their addresses, where…

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  • DJI Phantom 3 Drones Case Study

    and gray boxes for text to indicate clouds. The top of each page has a bar that contains buttons that are linked to the various pages of the website. There is also a picture of a DJI Phantom 3 drone that I got from the DJI website. In addition to using hyperlinks to move within the website, I also used some hyperlinks that are linked to other websites. The news section on the main menu contains news from CBS News. For the “Drones” page I used pictures to show off the DJI Phantom 4, the Parrot AR…

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  • Compuserve Inc. V. Patterson Case Summary

    In the case of CompuServe Inc. v. Patterson, the court held that uploading shareware onto a computer subjects the programmer to jurisdiction where the computer is located. CompuServe is a proprietary information service company headquartered in the state of Ohio where its main servers operate. Subscribers to CompuServe offered access to the Internet and to proprietary information and software products on the private CompuServe network. Programmers of CompuServe and authorized subscribers…

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  • Value Of Information Analysis

    greatly affected by many things such as the design, function and content of web pages on which it is displayed. The internet is a remarkable way of displaying information and can make it more valuable than it previously was by making it more widely available and easier to access. The way in which information is displayed on web pages can vastly change the impact it has on the reader and the accessibility of the web page can influence how widely it is used. Simple things such as colour or…

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  • Communication As Culture: The Case Of The Telegraph Analysis

    The essay ‘The case of The Telegraph’ by James W. Carey, is part of his anthology entitled ‘Communication as Culture: Essays on Media and Society' (Carey, 1989). The novel was written in 1989 when the internet and other forms of technology were becoming fully integrated into society. Carey wrote the book because he felt the need to understand the origin of technology to better comprehend the relevant trajectories at the time (Carey, 1989). In the book, and more specifically the article ‘The case…

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  • Bowen Cragg's Index Of Online Excellence Case Study

    Index of online excellence put in context of Drupal CMS Summary: Drupal and Bowen Craggs Index of Online Excellence. What to think of it? How did Drupal fared itself? Bowen Craggs & Co is a UK based research and consultancy group which is focused solely on online corporate communications - websites, social media and social channels. A very short introduction of what they do is to be found on their website. In short, they review, measure, and advise how to make the websites and social media…

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