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AMPED: A System That Can Be Used for Authentication (2378 words, 10 pages)
AbstractWhen people communicate over a distance, they require effective,hard-to-forge methods of authentication, in order to establish identityon the other side of the wire''. Traditional password authenticationis familiar to most, referred to as something-you-know''. A number oflarge organizations and banking institutions are recognizing theimportance of adding a second authentication measure, a ... Read More
A Description of the Ramped Ignorance on the Associated Press (534 words, 1 pages)
Ramped Ignorance Last month, the Associated Press broke two "groundbreaking" stories in rapid-fire succession. One headline all but screamed out the stunning revelation that "Scientists Say Men, Women Not Alike." Before Americans could begin to absorb the implications of this discovery, they were bombarded by another AP shocker "Study Parents ... Read More
An Analysis of James Marshall Work Crew in Camped on the American River at Coloma (973 words, 2 pages)
Imagine yourself building a sawmill and all of a sudden you see something shiny in the ground. You pick up the shiny pieces and determine that you just found gold. You go tell your foreman what just occurred. Soon, the news spreads that gold was found. Millions from all around ... Read More
Poverty That Trapped the Wingfield Family in a Cramped Apartment in The Glass Menagerie (813 words, 4 pages)
"The Glass Menagerie" is set in the apartment of the Wingfield family. By description, it is a cramped, dinghy place, not unlike ajail cell. It is one of many such apartments in the neighborhood. Of the Wingfield family members, none of them want to live there. Poverty is what traps ... Read More
The Description of the Italian Unification Through the Eyes of DOn Fabrizio in the Novel, The Leopard by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa (1979 words, 7 pages)
Occurring at the same time as the unification of Germany, the unification of Italy in the late 1800s was a complete shock to all other states in the continent of Europe and a total victory for the state of Sardinia and Piedmont, changing the lives of the new foundation of ... Read More
The US Foreign Policy Should Be Revamped (776 words, 4 pages)
The Princes Goes to Business School Imperialism and American Foreign PolicyAmericans tend to have an idealized image of their country as being the world wide proponent of peace, prosperity, and freedom. At times there is definitely some truth to this matter, but there are many other instances when foreign policy ... Read More
A Proposal for Grocery Stores to Implement a Kill Date Stamped on the Wrapping of Meat Products (1619 words, 8 pages)
A Bill Resolution to advocate animals' rights, and to promote awarenessof what exactly goes on behind closed doors of the meat industry. I proposethat any meat put into grocery stores have a "kill date" stamped on thewrapping. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESJohn Barrow (GA- 12th district) introduced the following bill, ... Read More
The Problems of Immigrants on the Island of Lampedusa in Italy (2683 words, 2 pages)
Over the years hundreds of thousands of immigrants have entered Europe both as legal and illegal aliens. In recent years the annual arrival of immigrants has increased dramatically. Most of these immigrants come from Syria, Somalia, and North Africa. Most immigrants travelling to Europe use the island of Lampedusa, in ... Read More
Ramon Sampedro's Life and Acting in The Film The Sea Inside (1010 words, 4 pages)
The Sea Inside is a wonderful, yet dark movie which really gets you thinking. It's a film on a man by the name of Ramon Sampedro who, after a tragic accident while diving, is a quadriplegic. For nearly 30 years, he fights for the legal right to end his own ... Read More
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