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  • Brock Turner Analysis

    On January 17th and 18th 2015, Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner sexual assaulted an unconscious woman near a fraternity house. Brock Turner was drunk from a party when he got arrested at the night of the event. During his trial, Dan A. Turner, the father of Brock Tuner, wrote a letter to the judge name Aaron Persky about his son. The letter explains how his son is handling the difficult situations at home after the event occurred. The father blames Brock’s mistake on drinking and partying in the university. In addition, he stated that Brock should be charged with probation, not facing prison, so he could have the chance to socialize again positively. Dan A. Turner tried to help his son by sending the letter to the judge but he failed…

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  • Steve Jobs Informative Essay

    Steve Jobs can be considered an American icon. He helped create a society filled with technological advances no person could have ever imagined. In 2005, Jobs presented a commencement speech at Stanford University that captured the hearts of many people through his use of emotion and rhetoric. By breaking down his speech into three parts he was able to develop one overlying theme, never give up until you find something you love. The three stories he decided to share included connecting the…

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  • Theme Of Loneliness In Of Mice And Men By John Steinbeck

    He went to college on and off for five years. He ended up leaving Stanford without even earning his degree. The one thing he did receive while going to college is many friends and acquaintances that would influence his writing tremendously. After leaving Stanford’s English program he enrolled in Hopkins Marine Station to study biology. Steinbeck wrote many books throughout his life time. In 1967 he even traveled to Vietnam to report on the war for Newsday. Steinbeck supported the Vietnam War…

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  • Project Loon Essay

    Some might ask, “What is a project loon?” A project loon is described as “balloon-powered Internet for everyone”. (2) The balloons are fifteen meters across and are filled with helium. The altitude of these balloons is about twenty kilometers. The balloons contains solar-powered electronics inside a boxy gondola. These electronics send high-speed cellular Internet coverage to devices. The balloon has special software that guides these balloons while they are in flight. Project Loon is named for…

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  • Cisco Research Papers

    Cisco Company Paper Cisco Systems Incorporated is a networking equipment company that was founded in San Francisco, California. It is found in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ 100, and the S&P 500. Cisco is also the largest networking company. Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner founded it in December in 1984.When it was created; the technologies that Cisco was using were bizarre at the time, and not many people had ever heard of fit before. The current CEO of Cisco is Chuck Robbins. Cisco…

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  • The Role Of The Internet In Indonesia

    Bali is one of the most popular destinations and one of the leading tourist destinations in Indonesia (Jones Lang LaSalle, 2015). The number of international visitors has increased in the concluding four years. There were 2.892.019 international visitors who visited Bali in 2012 and increased to 4.001.835 visitors at the reminder of 2015 (Bali Provincial Tourism Office Centre, 2016). According to the Statistic Centre of Bali Provincial, the amount of 1-star to 5-stars hotels have developed from…

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  • Eli Pariser's The Filter Bubble

    Have you ever went online shopping and the next thing you know, you are on Facebook and an ad for those gorgeous shoes are shining brightly in that sidebar looking better than ever? Eli Pariser explains why this is happening in The Filter Bubble. Ultimately, the new web is changing how we think and what we read. In this essay, I will review the book and discuss the arguments inside. Right now, we think that the information that we are looking up is general information that is available to…

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  • Levels Of Professional Deception

    deceptive actions. We administered the surveys by utilizing email lists and Facebook groups for Stanford students and the Medical School, Business School and Law School. We generally reached out to a friend or acquaintance in each school asking a favor and asking them to post on the school’s facebook group or email list “Hey Everyone! I have a friend in the Communications Department that is looking to collect general behavioural data on (law/medical/business) students. If you complete the…

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  • Reflection Of Steve Jobs's Speech To Stanford University Graduates

    “Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That’s it. No big deal. Just three stories” (Jobs 3). From the very beginning of his 2005 speech to Graduates of Stanford University, Steve Jobs presented a comfortable and relatable tone to his audience, a tone that he maintained throughout the speech. George Saunders began his 2013 speech delivered to Syracuse University Graduates in a similar tone, stating “Down through the ages, a traditional form has evolved for this type of speech,…

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  • Compare And Contrast Abu Ghraib And The Stanford Prison Experiment

    on two comparable instances of treatment within a prison atmosphere. One event is the Stanford Prison Experiment which is considered a renowned study conducted at Stanford University in California. The other is the Abu Ghraib prison scandal known for its controversy in 2004 surrounding the treatment of its prisoners during their incarceration there. In this paper I will provide details regarding each and ultimately compare how the abuse is similar to or different from what took place in the…

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