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Transportation and Technology Infrastructure in Germany
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This 4 page paper examines the macro environment in Germany outlining the transport and technology infrastructure that is in place. Many useful facts are quoted in the paper. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEgertrn.rtf

Travel and the Internet
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This 8 page paper provides a discussion on the effect of the Internet on the impulse to travel. The paper concludes that the Internet—if it has any effect—would enhance and not inhibit one's desire for travel. The impulse to travel as an entity is explored. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA136tvl.rtf

Travelstore.com; A Case Study
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This 7 page paper considers the company Travelstore.com by considering the potential opportunities the company may see as well as the future challenges. The paper ends by considering the way that the company should use their information systems to ensure success. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Filename: TEtravel.wps

Trends And Forces Driving E-Business
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9 pages in length. Examining the trends and forces that drive e-business, one immediately finds how the clear advantage of online commerce is the ease with which the merchant can reach out to the consumer. Three traditional business environments that have been revolutionized into e-business environments in response to changes in technology, society and markets include banking, retail and education. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCe-biz.rtf

Trends in E-Commerce
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This 7 page paper outlines the current and projected future trends of e-commerce, including the increase in value of the market, the way it is perceived to reduce barriers to trade and how it may also increase competition. The perceived advantages are demonstrated by looking at Amazon.com. The bibliography cites 13 sources.
Filename: TEecomtn.rtf

Trends in HR Function and Strategy
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A 30 page paper discussing the changes that have occurred in HR in the recent past, particularly in the use of Internet recruiting. HRM likely will never return to the patterns common even 20 years ago. The function’s roles had changed materially far in advance of the advent of the Internet, particularly in the call for HR departments to positively contribute to organizations’ bottom lines and then later to join strategic planning and function. Today’s environment is much different, partly as a result of that evolution over past years, partly because of the advances in technology and connectivity. That HR will never be the same seems to be a given. Bibliography lists 25 sources.
Filename: KShrFuncStrat.rtf

Trends in Web Development
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A 12 page paper discussing the future of web development, particularly as it applies to changing business needs, user needs, J2EE and the evolution of Microsoft.NET. There is debate within the industry in which will take the lead in the future, of course, but it appears that there are no other contenders. Some believe that J2EE is a passing tool useful only until .NET ceases being first generation, but others see J2EE as providing a glimpse into the future that can be used in the present. Eight sources in 13 endnotes.
Filename: KSitWebDev.rtf

Turkle's "Can You Hear Me Now?" - Summary/Response
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4 pages in length. Technology is taking over the task of being human. With the sweeping array of technological advancements over the recent past, people have become conveniently left out of their own lives. Turkle's article in Forbes entitled "Can You Hear Me Now" is a study in the disappearing act of human nature: The more technology removes the need for person-to-person interaction, the more people are becoming less and less capable of interacting with each other or themselves. Indeed, today's myriad modes of communication - e-mail, cell phones, texting - are considered a vast improvement in the way people exchange ideas and transmit information, however, Turkle points out how these transmissions are accomplished in a sort of automated fashion without any emotionally tangible connection to the recipient - or themselves. As man works feverishly to isolate humanity from itself in the name of progress, he moves equally as fast in the direction that will replace this fleeting interaction with a falsified intimacy tailored toward the robotic machines that only once existed in science fiction stories. No bibliography.
Filename: TLCturkle.rtf


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