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TELEVISION: 1989-2001
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This 4-page paper discusses television, telecommunications and technology. Also discussed is whether technology drives society or vice versa.
Filename: MTtelehist.rtf

The ‘Politics’ of Search Engines as Cultural Gatekeepers
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A 6 page paper which examines the political implications of Internet search engines shaping cultural perceptions by indexing and ranking information, and also considers what influences the inclusion and exclusion of Web page ‘hits.’ Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TGsearchen.rtf

The 1998 Data Protection Act
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A 11 page overview of the intent of the UK’s Data Protection Act of 1998. Although this Act was intended to regulate the processing of information relating to individuals, including the obtaining, holding, use or disclosure of such information, the author of this paper asserts that this act has been both ineffective and abused. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PPdataPR.rtf

The All Macaw Group
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A 10 page paper examining an Internet membership group in terms of composition, function, operation and differences from traditional mass media. This form of communication is one in which many can take part, but it still retains the form of exchange between individuals. This provides a significant difference between the group and traditional mass media. The other primary difference is that it is the group members, rather than the list owner, who determine what the content and topics of discussion will be. An appendix fills half of the paper; the appendix tracks group activity for 10 consecutive days, giving a synopsis of discussion topics in this group that has only 123 members but averaged nearly 17 posts daily over 10 days. The group’s focus is the care and breeding of macaw parrots. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSallMacaw.rtf

The Arpanet: History, Problems and Innovation
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5 pages in length. Reviews the history of the Arpanet from its beginnings, the problems it has faced and the innovation it has wrought as a forerunner to the Internet. The myth surrounding the Arpanet is that it was devised as a means to survive a nuclear war. While this is certainly interesting, the truth is that the Arpanet was commissioned by the Department of Defense in 1969. The true purpose of the Arpanet was to save money by linking the computers of scientists and researchers. The writer explains in this well-written paper details regarding the Arpanet. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JGArpant.doc

The Competitive Advantage of a Global Logistics Network
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This 6 page report discusses setting up a global logistics network in order to gain a competitive advantage in both sales and production. Implementing a global logistics network offers significant benefits leading to increased competitive advantages. The ability to reduce the uncertainty of transportation, sales, and manufacturing by tracking the movement of goods and updating the information continuously allows any organization to better manage exceptions and problems, as well as reducing the number of production mishaps or materials allocations and supply. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWitcomp.doc

The Competitive Advantage of Information Technology at
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This 8 page paper considers the way in which information technology is used at and the way in which it can be seen to create both cost and comparative advantages. The bibliography cites 13 sources.
Filename: TEamazo2.wps

The Computer as a Powerful Tool in Media Convergence
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the computer as a powerful tool in media convergence. The computer has quickly become the most powerful media tool today and is steadily adapting to all aspects of the media and is leading the way to media convergence. Because television and radio broadcasts using video and audio streams which can be converted digitally, computers have easily adapted to also offering video and audio features. Perhaps more importantly, in the convergence of the devices of computer and television, “television” viewers will be able to have autonomy in the programs they watch and the personal preferences which can be added to include local information among other options. Within the news media, the computer has become a vital tool not only in regards to information gathering but also in areas such as production and news-flow management in which computers coordinate productions using Web, audio and video feeds. Even the print media, which fundamentally seems historically different, has benefited with its convergence with the computer as newspapers and magazines which are available online can reach a far greater audience than using the traditional distribution methods. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJcompm1.rtf

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