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  • Multitask Analysis

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    The rapid growth of technology over the past decade has lead to an increase in multitasking, especially with students. Effects of multitasking are discussed in the article “Can students really multitask? An experimental study of instant messaging while reading”, by Bowman et al. The author discusses “performing certain tasks simultaneously” (Bowman et al. 927) and how they can affect a student’s memory. While this study suggests that the use of media along with “competing cognitive tasks” (Bowman

  • Are College Students Overly Dependent?

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    Are Many College Students Today Overly Digital Dependent? As a freshman at FGCU I consider myself to be very dependent on my electronics, whether it be my laptop or my iPhone. Considering that most of my school work is completed using my laptop, I have no idea what I would do if I were to lose it. I believe the reason that I am so dependent on technology is because I have invested a lot of my time perfecting my usage of it that they have become a part of me. When I take a moment to think about this

  • I Can T Think Begley Summary

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    Meggan Lionberger Dr. Khoo COMM 202 23 September 2014 Information Overload: Brain Freeze In her essay, “I Can’t Think!” Sharon Begley explains the specific ways in which technology is leading to information overload and is thus hindering the decisions people make on a daily basis. The main thesis: mass amounts of information leads to information overload, which causes our brains to freeze, and thus hinders the quality of the decisions we make, is supported by numerous research studies and facts

  • Essay On Luther's Impact On The Protestant Reformation

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    Imagine Martin Luther, sixteenth century professor of theology, posting a tweet “# Let’s Debate, Indulgencies of the Church.” It would only be seconds before the general public and today’s theologians would begin debating Luther’s posting. In the 21st century, we recognize communication as a basic skill that is mastered by an early age. Communication involves a variety of technologies used to articulate the Christian message, coordinate the work of the Church in many nations, strengthen personal

  • The Prevention Of Cyberbullying In The United States

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    25% of teen-aged middle and high school students are said to have been victims of cyberbullying at some point in their lifetime. Cyberbullying can happen to anyone, anywhere and its effects are long lasting. 804,000 worldwide suicides are committed annually due to long-lasting cyberbullying . And more than 32% of U.S. high school students were said to be frequently depressed. Despite all of this, only 20 of U.S states have passed laws against cyberbullying. Some may argue that if one were to shut

  • Benefits Of Modernizing The United States Postal Service

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    changing and not supporting them. By remodeling the USPS they will increase profit by use of the internet and by adapting to the public and offering more benefits they will increase employment. The United States Postal Service should modernize with society to save money and increase employment. By modernizing the United States Postal Service they will be able to increase profit through the use of the internet. “Get into the e-business. Email is fast and simple.”(Source A) Since society is changing so

  • Unit 9 P1 Business Communication

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    Emails have a less rigorous structure they use ‘Dear Mr/Miss/Mrs’ and then the person's name, they are signed off in the same way but they don’t include addresses and contact details of the person you are emailing. Many employers value emails as you can easily attach files for recipients, to open and you can also ‘Carbon Copy’ another person into the email depending on whom it is regarding. This type of communication is valued in most industries as it is a modern form of communication with others

  • The Smartest Home In Town Analysis

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    There have been many impressive advancements in technology over the years. From cellphones and computers getting thinner and faster to cars with implemented technology; everything is reaching closer to home. Your home can now have smart LEDs, TVs, cars, thermostats, and doors. All controlled from your phone, your house can communicate with you and give you information you need or configure settings. In “Here’s What it’s Like to Have the Smartest Home in Town” TIME Magazine, John Pullen has credibility

  • Cyberbullying Article Summary

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    1. Susan M. Swearer was the author for the article and Swearer was professor of school psychology at University, and had written few books about bullying prevention. He experience in her field and her education back ground had made her contributed to the article. She knew how bullying may affect students' behavior and psychologically. 2. Sweaere's purpose for this article was that cyber bullying should not distract from more traditional and more prevalent forms of buying. Cyber bullying had become

  • T Mobile Data Breach Case Study

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    The subject of data breaches within global corporate networks has been constantly reported by news media in recent weeks. Federal Government Agencies and Fortune 500 companies alike have been specifically targeted for their customer?s sensitive information. T-Mobile has recently joined other companies who have been involved in hacker related data breaches. In this paper I will look to answer the following questions. Who is to blame for the data breach? What are the ethical issues T-Mobile is facing