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  • Visual Effects Industry

    As a result of the rapidly declining cost of computing power in the 1980’s and 1990’s, visual effects technologies encountered an unprecedented period of rapid growth, innovation and improvement. This period of advancement bled-over into the 2000’s with the rise of consumer and prosumer software programs, which were becoming more and more intuitive, while still remaining cost effective for smaller productions. The science fiction genre changed rapidly throughout the 2000’s, as a result of new…

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  • Influence Of Social Media On Young People

    Reading Attitude of young people and how social media encourage reading Reading is a complex make up. It is an aspect process involving word recognition, comprehension, fluency, and motivation. Others prefer to read printed texts (such as books, newspapers, journals etc.) while others prefer to read online, especially now that we are living in the 21st century or most preferable named as the digital era. Online reading on the other hand, is a process of getting information or meaning of the text…

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  • The Zombie Genre

    The origin of zombie, also known by “zombi” or “zonbi”, according to Christie (2011), Farghaly (2014) and Platts (2013) has its roots tracing back to Haitian folklore of Vodoun (Voodoo or Vodou) magic (Christie 2011, p. 10; Farghaly 2014, p. 8; Platts 2013, p. 549). It is a product of the supernatural, combined with a vague applied science of pharmacology (Farghaly 2014, p. 9). Here, we shall examine the cinematic (North American) version of zombie which is vastly different from its Haitian…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Cybersecurity

    Introduction Cybersecurity should have always been important to anyone using technological devices. Now it is not only important but rather essential to maintain quality performance of technology. The cyber world will never be completely free of cyber attacks, cyber espionage or cyber threats same as how the physical world will never be completely free of crime. However we must seek to limit the amount of cyber security violations as well as the severity of any violations. This can only be done…

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  • The Evolution Of Video Games

    when he created the Legend of Zelda and to SSI when it won the video game license for Dungeons and Dragons in 1987 (Video Game History Timeline). Years progressed and new companies started to emerge with the development of some of these classic games. Sony released the PlayStation in the U.S. during 1995 (Video Game History Timeline). Nintendo had been developing major turning point games for year, but it was until 1998 did they come up with one of the most memorable. During this year, the…

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  • Research Paper On Frozen

    Frozen Background of company production Frozen is a 3D computer animated musical fantasy-comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Walt Disney Pictures is a division of Walt Disney Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios is owned by The Walt Disney Company. The Walt Disney Company is an American diversified multinational mass media corporation that headquartered in California. It was founded on October 16, 1923, by Walt Disney and…

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  • Michael Dell's Model Of E-Marketing Strategy In The Dell Company

    they adopted along the road to put themselves ahead in the competition. There are many other competitors who have utilized similar type of strategy to reach to their customers. Dell's major competitors include Hewlett-Packard, Acer, Toshiba, Gateway, Sony, Lenovo, IBM, Samsung, and Apple. New entrants have not been a real threat to established company like Dell. Dell understands the significance of working with diverse suppliers is a must to the success of their company. As such, Dell has many…

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  • Karsanbhai Khodidas Patara Case Study

    and experience as a chemist offered a good product and was aggressive in marketing strategy. He made the multinationals to follow Nirma and introduce substitutes such as Wheel. In this respect, the Nirma case can be compared to those of Ford, Apple, Sony, and Honda, all one-of-a-kind entrepreneurs who built their empire on gut feeling rather than following the classical patterns taught in business schools. This is a genuine road from rags-to-riches one would like to follow. Conclusion for…

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  • Japan Business Culture

    Japan is generally thought of as a nation with deep cultural values that are embedded in its business culture as well. Hard work with an emphasis on quality has always been a key feature in Japanese businesses that drove economic growth in the late twentieth century. With an economy once projected to take over the United States as the largest economy in the world, the perception of business in Japan has always been positive. According to Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index…

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  • Nike + Run Club Analysis

    Once basked in the Golden Age of Capitalism, the post-war Americans were caught unprepared when the world oil crisis hit. The following stagflation plagued the 1970s and pressured the Americans to resort to a different mentality in order to weather the economic trauma. It was apparent that in face of the global competition, survival and success required both mental and physical strength. This is when running, as an individual sport, took off—the people realised that only through the reignition…

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