Friday, May 31, 2019
Web PageThe development and design of a basic web page can be a fun yet ingenious task. Whether its a large commercial web page for business purposes, or a small personal web page about your pursuit or family the process of development is the same. The three major steps leading to the development and design of a basic web page include knowledge gathering, site layout and design, and HTML (hyper text markup language) conversion.The most important task of developing and designing a web page is the gathering of information. You first need to brainwave about what you would like the web page to consist of. Collect everything that you want to become part of the web page, from editorials and graphics to company information and history. It may be a good idea to get your hands on as much data as possible, and then decide what is to be used in the web page. Whatever material that you do not used may be discarded later. All information previously gathered is categorized in a hierarchy for m from the most important to the least important. Next, you suck in to develop the layout of the web page. You should draw some simple sketches to display the basic determine and feel of the web page. The use of a specific theme or template should be used to maintain the same basic look passim the web site. Keep the reader of the web site in mind when designing the web site. Most readers will not usually wait on large graphic files to load, especially on the home page. Readers also dislike small and hard to read text. Remember that some older monitors and systems may not be able to view higher resolutions furthermore, some web browsers may be unable to view certain types of newer text. The last step in structure a web page is the conversion from plane text and graphics to HTML code. All elements that make up the web pages are then to be combined graphics, plain text, even tables. The combined elements are then converted from plane text into HTML code. The easiest way to accom plish this daunting task if you have no prior experience of HTML programming is by using a computer program that is designed for the purpose of converting text, graphics, and other objects into HTML, such as Cute HTML, Trelix Web, or Netscape Composer.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Truth Disguised by Words end-to-end history people have utilise disguises to deceive others to hide their authorized identity. Hiding ones true identity is a predominant theme throughout queer Lear for characters dress up to deceive their friends and family. Another use of disguise in this play is use words to hide ones true emotions and personality. Words have a strong importance to the characters in this play which leads to easy manipulation. Three characters use words that do not reflect their true feelings to deceive and manipulate their friends and family to do things that they would otherwise not do if their true intentions were know. These three characters are Goneril and Regan, the two eldest daughters of King Lear, and Edmund, the illegitimate son of Gloucester. They lie, deceive, fabricate evidence, overpower and betray their father and the other people closest in their lives, including each other. All three of these characters have used their mastery of the English la nguage to portray an intention different from their true feelings and emotions and succeed in fooling the other characters in the play to obey them.     Throughout King Lear cruelty and selfishness is an ongoing theme and sentiment which is mainly generated from Lears two eldest daughters, Goneril and Regan. Though these two sisters are virtually one character during just about of the play they do even turn on each other when need takes over their heart. Goneril and Regan begin the play by professing their deep without end love for their father. These speeches were necessary if they wish to aquire their deserved piece of land and power from their father. In these two speeches Goneril and Regan use such phrases as "A love that makes schnorkel poor and speech un equal"(I, i, 60) and "And find I am alone felicitate / In your dear highness love." (I, i, 75-6) while the daughter with the truest love towards her father refuses to pronounce for she "cannot heave / My heart into my mouth."(I, i, 91-2). The love Cordelia could not express in words her sisters were able to so insincerely, for if their love was true love it would not be able to be expressed in just words because emotion would take over any meaning words had. This is the first time we see them speak in the play and their first words are insincere which is definitely a sign of the lack of respect they give to the meaning of words throughout the continuation of the play.
According to David Easterling, principal scientist at the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. in twenty years the United States has had thirty seven weather related to catastrophes each with damages exceeding one billion dollars (Levin 1). A country as wealthy as the United States can afford to pay thirty seven billion dollars in twenty years, assuming of course that the weather related disasters only cost one billion dollars each. Unfortunately, the weather does not work that way. Hurricane Katrina alone may have cost one hundred billion dollars (Tucker 13). What could be causing these devastating storms? Many atmospheric scientists like Kerry Emanuel believe that global warming is the induct of the increased ferocity of the hurricanes (Nash 38). With the polar temperatures increasing the tripecaps are melting. Without the ice to reflect the suns light, the water absorbs the heat. This creates a vicious cycle. The ocean levels rise with their temperatures. Hurricane Katrina was only a category one hurricane when it crossed Florida. However, when it reached the newly warmed Gulf waters, hurricane Katrina ballooned into a mind-blowing category five hurricane that destroyed the gulf region (McKibben, Year One 30). The melting of the polar icecaps has long been believed to be caused by global warming. Until recently, the cause of global warming itself has largely been up for debate. Now atmospheric scientists attribute global warming to increased greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, in the earths atmosphere (Greenstone 323). With the knowledge that carbon dioxide causes global warming countries can start taking actions to prevent future global warming.The United States alone produces twenty quaternion percent of the world... ... 166 Issue 1 (2004) 10-12.Phelps, Megan. More Action, Less Hot Air. The Mother Earth News Vol. 210 (2005) 30.Stenger, Richard. Man on the Moon Kennedy Speech Ignited the Dream. CNN.Com. 25 May 2001. Time Warner. 30 No v. 2013.Sunstein, Cass R. Its Only $300 Billion If We Can Fund the War in Iraq, Why CantWe Fund the Kyoto Protocol? The Washington conduct 10 May 2006. 12 Nov. 2013 .Tucker, Patrick. The Rising Costs of Global Warming. The Futurist Vol.39 Issue 6 (2005) 13.Warming Trends What Global Climate Changes Could Mean for Wisconsin. WisconsinNatural Resources 12 Nov. 2006. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. 12 Nov. 2013 .
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Jonathan Kozols Amazing Grace is a book skilful about the trialsand tribulations of everyday life for a free radical of children who live in the poorest congressionaldistrict of the fetch in concert States, the to the south Bronx. Their livesmay seem extraordinary to us, but to them, they are just asnormal as everyone else. What is normal? For the childrenof the South Bronx, living with the pollution, the sickness, thedrugs, and the violence is the only way of life many of themhave ever known.In this book, the children speak openly and honestly aboutfeeling abandoned, hidden or forgotten by our nation, onethat is blind to their problems. Studying the peoplethemselves would only get us so far in understanding whattheir society is re bothy like and why they feel this way.Jonathan Kozol really got to know the people individually. We can take his knowledge and stories to try for a betterunderstanding of the milieu in which they live. Bydoing this, we can explore the many reasons why the peoplehave problems, what some levels of intervention could be,and possibly find somesolutions to making the South Bronx a healthier and saferplace for these children and others to live.Problem IdentificationThe environment in which we study these people can onlybe defined by starting line taking a look at possible reasons why thepeople have problems. Some of the problems discussed inAmazing Grace have festered throughout the United Statesfor some time now. The high numbers of drug users in thecommunity, the high amounts of gang-related violence, andthe numerous cases of people who have contracted theAIDS virus are just some of the problems that have arisen inthis ghetto. There are many differences between thiscommunity and others in the United States, one of which isthat the government has grouped these people all togetherand made a ghetto of the lowest income families. This hasostracized them from the rest of the nation. It has giventhem many abandonment issues to deal w ith, while alsotelling them they are not decent of living among the wealthierpopulation.Environmental factors are involved in the problems arising inthe South Bronx. Pollution, forexample, could be the biggest source of the high number ofchildren in the community who have asthma. asthma attack is a condition in which one has trouble breathing. Without clean ... ...s forthe people inthese neighborhoods have gotten to be that of violence anddrugs. These are not healthy norms. To castrate them, the communities could use more education onsocial issues in the schools and communities tohelp the people learn to live healthier lifestyles, to get theword out that violence and disruptance arenot all right, and to help the people obtain some communityunity. Getting some of the well knowncommunity members involved in politics is another way theycould get their voices heard and let thegovernment know their needs and desires. Support groupsheld for people with AIDS, for people who have lost lov eones, and also for people who just need a place to talkabouttheir emotions and get their frustrations out, would help thecommunity as a whole and get more peopleinvolved in the healing process of that community. If thepeople in the South Bronx would act as acommunity bound together to help themselves and eachother, there would be less tolerance for deviantbehavior among its members. Then the ones who actdefiantly could be out-numbered, and the goodcitizens of the South Bronx could see the light their homes andtheir lives.
One particular criterion cite effectively supports the central idea in Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving. The characters type develops with the record development throughout the story. Three types of characters round, flat, and stock, appear in most stories. The round character displays a fully developed personality and full emotions. Flat characters, also known as supporting characters, do not develop fully or express complex emotions. A stock character, also known as a stereotype, fits an tested characterization from real life or literature. With these iii types of characters leading(p) the ratifier through the story, the reader learns the events taking place as well as the changes in the characters lives. The source keeps the reader informed of the changes poignant the characters throughout the narrative through style. When a character undergoes a fundamental change in nature or personality during the story, the character has dynamic style. However, a character without c hange defines a static character. Although all characters have a style and type sometimes understanding the differences appears complicated. A chart often helps establish a better understanding of character type and style. The author uses one main character, at most, two only the protagonist and the antagonist exist as major characters. Rip Van Winkle, Washington Irving uses one main character to play both the role of the protagonist and the antagonist. In separate three lines, six and seven, the reader meets the protagonist. a simple good-natured fellow of the name of Rip Van Winkle In paragraphs five and nine, lines one and two, and one and four, respectively, the reader encounters the antagonist. The great error in Rips composition was an insuperable aversion for all kinds of labor. Rip would rather starve on a penny than work for a pound. Even though, in both cases where the reader encounters Rip Van Winkle, Rip only counts as one main character. Characterization occurs when the author draws an overall picture of the characters. Characterization happens in two ways in literature, by description and personality. The author uses the words a story to describe a character or imply the appearance of the characters through the text of the story. Introducing the personality of the character to the reader in words give or describe the personality of the characters or the words used imply certain things about the character. The protagonist in Rip Van Winkle the reader first meets in paragraph three, lines seven and eight, a simple good-natured fellow of the name of Rip Van Winkle.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Thomas Jefferson by Norman Risjord is a biography of the third president of the United States that takes Thomas Jefferson from his youth through his later years in the early 19th century. The purpose of this earmark is to give a political and kind overview of the Thomas Jeffersons life and career. It was written for both the student of American history and the casual reader interested in the genesis of the United States government, countn through the look of one of its founding fathers. The value of this book is that it shows that Jefferson was not a saint, yet he was one of the most intelligent presidents that the country has ever had. Risjord has given the book great value because he has framed Jefferson among his peers. Consequently, the book truly comes to life, and the reader is able to learn about Jefferson as well as his contemporaries crowd Madison, John Marshall, and John Adams. The scope of the book is all-inclusive. Risjord begins with Jeffersons birth on April 13, 1743 on his fathers plantation, Shadwell, in Goochland County on the western edge. The narrative continues on to show Jefferson graduating from William and Mary College, therefore entering politics in Virginians House of Burgesses in 1769. Jefferson married Martha Skelton on New Years Day, 1772. With the Virginia legislature from 1776 to 1779, Jefferson formed the groundwork for abolition of entail and primogeniture, for the establishment of religious freedom, and not for the public school system. Jefferson was of course the author of the Declaration of Independence, and because he had set this document in motion, he waited out the Revolutionary War to see if the colonies would win. If they had lost, Jefferson would have been hanged for treason against the King of England. He served as the minister to France from 1785 to 1789. At this time there was growing opposition to Alexander Hamilton and his policies, and Jefferson associated himself with a group called the Republicans, who w ere really forerunners to the present Democratic Party. While Jefferson was serving as vice President from 1797 to 1801, he drafted the Kentucky Resolutions. He was elected President following a long cul de sac with Aaron Burr in the House of Representatives. This happened mainly because Alexander Hamilton considered Burr the more dangerous man and he gave his support to Jefferson. Jeffersons election was a great conquest for the democratic forces, but it was black Tuesday to the thousands of Federalists who believed that the Republican leader was an atheistic anarchist who feared that his administration would be that of a bloodyhanded revolutionist.
Thomas Jefferson by Norman Risjord is a biography of the third president of the United States that takes Thomas Jefferson from his youth through his later years in the early 19th century. The purpose of this book is to give a political and social overview of the Thomas Jeffersons life and career. It was written for both the student of American news report and the casual reviewer interested in the genesis of the United States government, seen through the eyes of one of its founding fathers. The value of this book is that it shows that Jefferson was not a saint, only he was one of the most intelligent presidents that the country has ever had. Risjord has given the book great value because he has framed Jefferson among his peers. Consequently, the book truly comes to life, and the reader is able to learn about Jefferson as well as his contemporaries James Madison, John Marshall, and John Adams. The scope of the book is all-inclusive. Risjord begins with Jeffersons birth on April 13, 1743 on his fathers plantation, Shadwell, in Goochland County on the western edge. The narrative continues on to show Jefferson graduating from William and Mary College, then entering politics in Virginians House of Burgesses in 1769. Jefferson married Martha Skelton on New Years Day, 1772. With the Virginia legislature from 1776 to 1779, Jefferson formed the groundwork for abolition of entail and primogeniture, for the establishment of religious freedom, and not for the public school system. Jefferson was of course the author of the Declaration of Independence, and because he had set this document in motion, he waited out the Revolutionary War to see if the colonies would win. If they had lost, Jefferson would have been hanged for treason against the King of England. He served as the minister to France from 1785 to 1789. At this time there was growing opposition to Alexander Hamilton and his policies, and Jefferson associated himself with a group called the Republicans, who were ac tually forerunners to the present Democratic Party. While Jefferson was serving as vice electric chair from 1797 to 1801, he drafted the Kentucky Resolutions. He was elected President following a long deadlock with Aaron Burr in the House of Representatives. This happened mainly because Alexander Hamilton considered Burr the more than dangerous man and he gave his support to Jefferson. Jeffersons election was a great victory for the democratic forces, but it was black Tuesday to the thousands of Federalists who believed that the Republican leader was an atheistic syndicalist who feared that his administration would be that of a bloodyhanded revolutionist.