November 8 2015

Flathead Road to Self-sufficiency
Flathead Road to Self-sufficiency
Flathead: Road to Self-sufficiency Before the Anglo American invaded the home of the Native Americans, Native Americans were successfully governing themselves. They managed to keep peace and administer justice though using their own customs, laws, and traditions. After the white invasion, the United States government recognized the need to let a “sovern nation” (such as the Indian nations) make and govern themselves by their own rules, “make their own laws and to be ruled by them”(Williams v Lee
Databases and Y2K
Databases and Y2K
Databases and Y2K Databases and the Impact of the Approaching Millenium. Introduction: Tremendous problems loom just around the corner for organizations that use two-digit years (i.e. 1-9-97). How tough could it be to change the year from 1999 to 2000? The Year 2000 Problem cannot be fixed by simply resetting a computer's internal clock on January 1, 2000. Computers may be smart, but their programmers weren't very farsighted. In the '60s and '70s, many businesses were looking to cut costs and
Databases and the Impact of the Approaching Millenium
Databases and the Impact of the Approaching Millenium
Databases and the Impact of the Approaching Millenium. Introduction: Tremendous problems loom just around the corner for organizations that use two-digit years (i.e. 1-9-97). How tough could it be to change the year from 1999 to 2000? The Year 2000 Problem cannot be fixed by simply resetting a computer's internal clock on January 1, 2000. Computers may be smart, but their programmers weren't very farsighted. In the '60s and '70s, many businesses were looking to cut costs and because computer
An economic system
An economic system
Thursday, November 26 2015 An economic system in which the goods and services are owned and managed by private organisations instead of the government in order to make profit; defines the word capitalism. In addition, Professor Cameron Johnston stated, “Capitalism is not just an economic system; it controls our social order and political system as well” (Johnston, 2015). Capitalism increases production with the developing technologies, to the extent that it becomes overproduction, which leads to
Civil Disobedience
Civil Disobedience
AP English November 11, 2015 Ms. Dumaine Min Hyung Lee Of all discussions that surface in the human history, the debate over what government should be remains one of the most contentious. Because the majority of us are directly and indirectly influenced by government, the definition of government and its power have significant social and political implications. Through a thorough consideration of Civil Disobedience by Henry David Thoreau and On Rainy River by O Brien, we can see the varying resp
The Port of Halifax; a System Strained by Globalization
The Port of Halifax; a System Strained by Globalization
The Port of Halifax; a System Strained by Globalization Logan Horrocks A00372572 Geography of Transportation Dr. Ryan Gibson November 9th 2015 The Port of Halifax is located on the East Coast of Canada with direct access to the Atlantic ocean. The basin is situated between the municipalities of Halifax (to the south west) and Dartmouth (to the north east). The Port of Halifax has several locational advantages. It remains ice free all year long, the tides have little impact on vessels and there a
London’s Airport Expansion
London’s Airport Expansion
Logan Horrocks A00372572 November 30th 2015 London’s Airport Expansion The expansion of the Heathrow airport will best serve the city of London, allowing it to remain a major European hub. This would include the addition of four new runways to the west of Heathrow. Two runways would be added on to the existing ones (though acting as independent runways), while the latter two runways would be added in between the existing ones. (The Economist, 2013) This plan would maintain the width of the noise
Social Media Report
Social Media Report
Logan Horrocks A00372572 November 30th 2015 Social Media Report During the last three months our Geography of Transportation class has gathered a number of stories pertinent to new developments in the world of transportation. These stories were posted to Twitter under the hashtag #smugeog3332. Each class the new stories were explained by whomever had posted it, the story was then discussed amongst the whole class. These stories share multiple common themes as they relate to the broader topics of
Contribution Essay
Contribution Essay
Kayla Hourigan Lori Beth English 102 November 15, 2015 Contribution Essay Leadership means something different to each individual. For some, it may be exemplified by someone who does good deeds, and to others it may define a tyrant. To me, a leader is a person others can look up to, and who drives a force in the right direction. A leader must be strong, and confident. They must want to work to better not only themselves, but others as well. More and more women are rising to the leadership challe
School Uniforms
School Uniforms
Javier E. Vazquez DWT-099 November 11, 2015 Professor Nelson School Uniforms For years maybe even decades, schools have been about fashion, who wore it best, or prices of clothing rather than education. School is a place for learning, so school uniforms are good because they ensure equality, provide security, and are time consuming. Nowadays, students forget why they are really going to school and just focus on either their popularity or how they look. If public schools were to bring uniforms in
MAKING A GARDEN BASKET
MAKING A GARDEN BASKET
Brooke Hook Mrs.Puls Computer processing 10 2 November 2015 MAKING A GARDEN BASKET Baskets were the first containers. They were made in every possible shape, of every possible material and for every possible use. Looking at a civilization’s baskets told the story of its people, its agriculture and its native plant life. Making baskets was a necessary part of rural farm life, often (involving) every member of the family, from the youngest child to the oldest grandparent People are fascinated by t
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Lady Rose Ramos Prof. Laura Powell English100 27 Oct 2015 Essay #4 “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is one of the most famous and enduring children’s classics (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Review)”. Full of fantastic characters, such as the White Rabbit, the King and the Queen of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Duchess, and the Mad Hatter it draws attention of children readership all over the world. Not only little ones are fond of this story, but also adults admire it for author’s excellent u