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    Thirteen Reasons Why is written by Jay Asher and is centered around Hannah Bakers suicide weeks before, and the effects of the audiotapes she left to explain her death. These tapes are listened to by our narrator Clay Jensen, who had worked with Hannah one summer, and developed a crush on her, however he never pursued it because of the rumors mentioned in the tapes. Thirteen Reasons Why explores betrayal, whether it be self-betrayal or betrayal by your peers, and the repercussions of people's actions, no matter how minute and unimportant they seem at the time, and how they can affect other people in ways that are not always foreseeable. Thirteen Reasons Why begins with a prologue in which Clay, who is unnamed at the time, is shipping the…

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    friend of Hannah, who receives the tapes without any clue as to why he is on them. As Clay listens to the tapes he is stunned as to who affected Hannah and what they did. This journal recounts Hannah’s path toward searching for her identity, finding love, and telling her truth. The search for exactly where Hannah would fit into her new life never seemed to end. Hannah first feels at home in her new town when she is introduced to Alex and Jessica, who were also new. They start meeting at a café…

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    security plan. Disasters come in several types. There are physical disasters like earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes, and floods. Then you have non-physical such as data breaches and system failures. In order for us to complete our security plan we need to create a disaster plan to help us should an unfortunate event occur. The first step in creating a disaster plan is to conduct a business impact analysis (BIA). To conduct a BIA, we must first start by figuring out all the systems and…

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    “The VCR, though, refused to die quickly. As of 2005, some 94.5 million Americans still owned VHS-format VCRs.” (“VHS Comes to America”). Even though some newer technologies and advancements came after the VHS tape, it was still very popular and still widely used across the United States. Many newer versions of the VHS tape and the VCR have came along, but people still to this day on several VHS tapes and may even still own a VCR. A quote from (“Think the Floppy Disk is Dead?”) states, “The…

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    Jobs need to make sure they are hiring people with a clean background. If companies accidently pick an employer with a bad history, it will give the company a bad reputation. On the other hand, Nixon is similar to Du because she explains how there is never concealment on the internet. For example, Nixon conveys "We can instantly capture our most intimate and spontaneous moments and effortlessly pass these images on to friends and family by email or snail mail or post them on websites for…

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    Hannah was a bright, beautiful young girl who unfortunately had her life taken away from her by the hands of others. It all started with Justin, who wanted so badly to prove to his friends his worth he ruined her life. This was tape number one. Before Hannah committed suicide she made 13 tapes. The tapes were about the 13 reasons why she killed herself. As the tapes go on you learn more and more about how this young girl withstood this horrible amount of pain. With this pain, the actions of…

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    but it 's still... fun to listen.." He fakes a smile and a laugh. "Really?" The nurse asks. The boy didn 't feel like answering, feeling as if she knows what he 's going to say. The nurse ends up giggling and pets the other 's head. The boy then realized that the nurse just borrowed these so that he could wash away the boredom, silence, and dread haunting him 24/7. He was thankful for her gift, yet he didn 't want to speak out his thoughts. The nurse had to leave to finish some work, the room…

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    701 still used a vacuum tube circuitry but used magnetic memory storage and could hold a maximum of 2048 words. Although it was relatively cheaper compare to the ENAIC, it still cost $4000 at the time and $35000 adjusted for inflation. Transistor was the first major breakthrough for electronic computers as it was much smaller and consumes a lot less power compare to the vacuum tube. University of Manchester created the first transistorize computer in 1953, and by 1955, the computer had only 200…

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    completion of an operation or to signal a variety of error conditions. Hardware failure Generated by a failure such as power failure or memory parity error. Source: William Stallings (Date of access: 16 October 2017) 1.6 Memory Hierarchy It is a concept that is used to describe different ways in which a computer handles information. Memory hierarchy can be used to separate storage devices into a hierarchy depending on response time. The hierarchy levels can be distinguished by their capacity,…

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    Transmitted data is encrypted, d. The owner of data is defined and documented, e. Computers are not left unsecured when processing or storing sensitive information, f. Computer monitors will be positioned to eliminate viewing by unauthorized individuals, if unable to position monitors, a privacy screen must be used, g. Sensitive information is placed out of sight when visitors are present, h. Appropriate precautions are taken when sensitive information is discussed outside restricted areas,…

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