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    start-ups such as Uber and Airbnb. Hosting less than one percent of the population of the United States, the 1,800 square mile area has a larger economy than countries such as New Zealand, Vietnam, and Hungary (Kazaks et al.) So what makes the Silicon Valley a hotbed for innovation, and what do companies in the Valley do that makes them so successful? The following paper will discuss the business lessons companies…

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    in terms of educational, professional, and socio-economic development, technology has created a larger social inequality gap in our society and the Silicon Valley in particular. The technology industry in Silicon Valley has created an income inequality among its employees at different levels. According to Pellow, Silicon Valley…

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    Steve Jobs Research Paper

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    Hello, my name is Steve Jobs. As you know I was the CEO of Apple and invented the first Apple computer. I was Apple’s chairman, an entrepreneur, an inventor and a marketer. I was born in San Francisco, California on 24thFebruary, 1955 and died at Palo Alto, California 5th October, 2011. I was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs since I was born. I used to live in Silicon Valley where I attended Crittenden Middle School. They had a problem with bullying. One day I got bullied and I told my…

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    balance between the privacy rights of individuals and the public safety rights of their communities. For our investigators to conduct searches in any of our jurisdictions, a local judge or commissioner must decide whether good cause exists. None of our agencies engage in bulk data collection or other secretive practices. We engage in targeted requests for information, authorized after an impartial, judicial determination of good cause, in which both proportionality and necessity are tested. It…

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    In Pellow and Park’s piece “The Silicon Valley of Dreams (2002),” their main argument entails this idea that the “periphery” of the production work that takes place in Silicon Valley is disproportionally made up of immigrants and women of color. Not only this but they also received less than a living wage, were only hired as temporary workers, and due to the lack of unions, these workers received little to no benefits and were forced to work in hazardous conditions. To support this main idea…

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    in a small town within the span of a few blocks. There is so much diversity here, it is astonishing. For example, when I was walking down Columbus Avenue, I started off strolling down the heart of Little Italy and Chinatown. The scents of the assorted foreign foods danced by my nose like a ballerina. I then looked up and realized I was only two blocks away from the financial district and the tallest building in San Francisco since 1972, The Transamerica Pyramid. As I walked toward the nearly…

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    In the spring of 2005, over twenty three thousand souls gather in Menlo Park to witness the newest graduates of Stanford University walk across the stage in their caps and gowns to receive their college diplomas. Prior to the commencement, one of the most triumphant and revered entrepreneurs in the world gave a indelible speech that will forever be remembered. Steve Jobs, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., stood in blue jeans and tennis shoes and astonished his audience with his remarkable…

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    During Steve Jobs speech to the graduating students at Stanford Jobs uses a lot of examples throughout his lifetime and tries to relate as much as possible to the students through stories about his lifetime and how his companies came about. Jobs uses different forms of Ethos, Pathos, and also Logos in his speech to Stanford. The issue is does Jobs fit the criteria to actually be speaking to graduating students about life challenges and his college experience. Here I’m going to go over the rather…

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    Steve Jobs turned out to be very successful even though he wasn’t a college graduate. Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement speech is considered to be very effective and moving, because of his use of his rhetorical devices. Steve Jobs shares three stories of his past to play upon his rhetorical strategies. While speaking to the Stanford graduates who are ready to start a new chapter in their life; Jobs uses love, loss, discovery, death and adversity to persuade them not to give up as they continue…

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    Art Museum Essay

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    The San Jose Museum of Art mission states that it“reflects the diversity of cultures and innovative spirit of the silicone valley through exhibatition programs scholarships and collection”. I checked the validity of this statement by meandering through recent exhibits list on the art museums website. I came across multiple exhibits that showcased the diversity in the Silicone valley. Thre Photography and Inherited History of India, which showcased from beginning of Febuary to the beginning of…

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