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    It was very difficult to pick a short story this week. I like all of them. However. the one I chose was Flannery O’Connor “A Good Man is Hard to find”. For starters, the title caught my attention and was eager to find out the details. There are many different elements of literature in the short story like the symbol (the grandmother hat), themes (the definition of a good man), and motif which is used to help the theme. An example of this in the story would be that a good man was easier to come by in the past versus now a days. The symbols in the story the grandmother 's hat, which she wears for the sole motivation behind demonstrating that she is a woman, speaks to her misinformed good code. At the point when the grandma plans for the trip with the family, she spruces up so that if they were in a collision anybody seeing her dead body would realize that she was a woman. At the point when the grandma does get to an accident, the hat like her ethical feelings breaks apart. After she is tossed from the auto and the family is confronting the Misfit, the overflow of the hat tumbles off. She drops the broken hat as her start toward oneself as an issue crumbles. Which also lead to an irony, something that the grandmother paid so much attention to caused her life. There were two themes in the “A Good Man is Hard to Find”. The first theme is the grandmother definition of a “good man” which she interprets wrong on two occasions. The grandmother applies the word good…

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    “When designing screens in an information system application, the data elements on the screen should have a logical flow and design. The screen should follow the traditions left to right and top to bottom formatting. The screens should be designed with the needs of the user in mind, providing instructions to the user where needed to facilitate data quality and data collection. There should also be consistency throughout all of the screens with regards to terms uses, abbreviation, and overall…

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    For most people the first thing you look at when you meet someone for the first time is their face. When Ms. Breedlove first saw Cholly that’s exactly what she looked at according to the book on page 114;“He came big, he came strong, he came with yellow eyes, flaring nostrils, and he came with his own music”. When the author said Cholly had came with his own music she meant that he seemed confident and free. It was unusual to see a young black man who was confident and free especially if they…

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    An evolving industrialized nation can sprout both negative and positive effects. Technology continues to progress through time and evolve our species, but its triumphs can bring chaos when put into the hands of an immoral individual. For example, Richard Reid, also known as the infamous “Shoe-Bomber”, used his expertise with technology to craft an improvised explosive device (IED) to attempt to kill 197 passengers on American Airlines Flight 63 (Shoe bomber NBC). Technology continues to adapt…

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    Nt1330 Unit 7 Assignment

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    Discussion assignment unit 7 According to the definitions in the unit, “Java graphical user interface programming (GUI) involves two packages”: the original abstract windows kit (AWT) and the newer Swing toolkit. Swing components have the prefix J to distinguish them from the original AWT. For example . JFrame instead of Frame. And to include Swing components and methods in your project, you must import the:- java.awt.* java,awt.event.* and javaax.swing.* packages. The java GUI top-level…

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    and the team managing the platform will gain power. To gain the momentum for his idea, Lee wanted to assign OTI with the job of building the platform. OTI had skills in developing platforms and they had experience in developing a number of development tools in the past. OTI also gained experience and reputation in multi-OS development. Lee felt that out of all the teams inside IBM, OTI had the most experience in this area and they could quietly deliver the product. Lee selected OTI for 2…

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