GNA Incorporation Table of Contents Introduction 4 Objectives 4 Network Technology 5 Servers 5 File and Print server 5 Application server 6 Mail server 7 Communication server 7 Remote Access Services 7 Internet Access 7 Clients 8 Workstations 8 Printers 8 Network Topologies 8 Networking Components 9 Network Interface Card (NIC) 9 Cables 9 Network Hub 9 Operating Systems 9 Network Operating System 9 Client Operating System 9 Users applications 10 User Management and Third Party Tools 10 Backup sy
Vibrations and Frequency Experiment Abstract The purpose of this experiment was to familiarize students with the concepts of vibrations, wave spectra, and frequency filters. LabVIEW was used in this experiment to visualize electromagnetic waveforms. By the end of the experiment, students were able to determine the frequencies and harmonics of the audible sound spectrum and learn how to store and retrieve waveforms digitally. Introduction Vibrations and waves are important physical phenomena that
Job Shawdowing Brandon Draper Ag Business Periods 3&4 Name: Bill Zakios Job Title: Cheese Engineer Job Responsibilites: His job is to find new ways to make cheese, find cheaper ways to make cheese and to find what the consumer wants and what cheeses they like the best. Also he is in charge of recruiting new people from college and grad school in all of there engineering positions. Educational Backround: He has a high school diploma, a bachelor\'s degree in chemical engineering and is currently w
How Does Technology Effect Us? How Technology Effects Modern America U.S. Wage Trends The microeconomic picture of the U.S. has changed immensely since 1973, and the trends are proving to be consistently downward for the nation’s high school graduates and high school drop-outs. “Of all the reasons given for the wage squeeze – international competition, technology, deregulation, the decline of unions and defense cuts – technology is probably the most critical. It has favored the educated and the
Athletes When you think of professional athletes, such as football and basketball players, what usually comes to mind? Maybe it’s their outstanding abilities. Maybe it’s their extremely large salaries. Maybe they are your role models and idols. One thing is for sure, it is definitely not their intelligence. Throughout the years, low intelligence has been associated with athletes. This stereotype is outdated, and I will show you why. Most people think of football players as dumb jocks. These peop
Personal Statment I came to this country in July, 94. I spent some time in learning life-style, traditions, and learning English in a country where I knew nothing. Because I came here when I was in eight grade, I put my self in to school with little knowledge of English. While wondering in highly ambitious atmosphere were fellow classmates have sparkling dreams, I also developed the hunger within myself to pursue a degree. Out of many choices of careers, I choose to be a electrical engineer for
Women vs. Men in the Work Force In Mrs. Burrows’ seventh grade English class, I wrote a paper entitled Women vs. Men in the Work Force. I researched for weeks and weeks to get all of the information I could on pay differences, percentages of working women and what jobs they were doing. In 1988, my paper focused on sexual discrimination and the wage difference. For example, in 1998, “women received 63% of the pay men received for the same job.” I remember finding that out and asking my dad why th
Procurement Management Overview: Despite some disagreement on the exact nature of the future of supply chain management development, it would appear inarguable that as corporations continue their preparations to enter the new millennium, the global environment will increasingly serve as a critical element in the value creation process of supply chain management. International trade will exceed $17 trillion by 2020. Global logistics represents nearly 20% of the world’s gross national product. A c
John Glenn Mr. Glenn and the crew of Mission STS-95 will be in space for 9 days doing projects on board and one will be how old age is effeced in space. Below will explain about Mr. Glenn and his point of going. NAME: John Herschel Glenn, Jr. (Colonel, USMC, Ret.) NASA Astronaut.   PERSONAL DATA: Born July 18, 1921 in Cambridge, Ohio. Married to the former Anna Margaret Castor of New Concord, Ohio. They have two grown children and two grandchildren.   EDUCATION: Glenn attended primary and second
Genetic Engineering / Cloning Genetic engineering, altering the inherited characteristics of an organism in a predetermined way, by introducing into it a piece of the genetic material of another organism. Genetic engineering offers the hope of cures for many inherited diseases, once the problem of low efficiencies of effective transfer of genetic material is overcome. Another development has been the refinement of the technique called cloning, which produces large numbers of genetically identica
Netscape’s Gecko Shaundra Warren March 30, 1999 CSC 110 Current Events Netscape’s Gecko The Next-Generation Layout Engine This article begins by introducing the function of a layout engine. The article goes on to tell of some of the problems of the present day layout engine, one being the fact that they are too big. It states that the need for a powerful layout engine that could fit easily onto a portable device was a major reason why Netscape began developing its new layout engine -Gecko- back
Futurism: America Beyond 2001 The bridge to the 21st century is under construction, and the only way we’re going to be able to build it quickly and correctly is if we understand the technological challenges ahead of us. If we ignore those challenges, then we’ll likely end up in the river. These are market-driven challenges for industry, and anytime the marketplace challenges us, that’s a tremendous opportunity for business growth and profitability. Global market forces are opening up these new o
ADOBE MAGAZINE (Publisher - Adobe Systems Inc.) Established 1989 Editorial Profile Adobe Magazine is edited to support and educate users of Adobe\'s desktop-publishing and graphics software. Its contents include detailed software how-tos, profiles of interesting users, in-depth articles on electronic publishing-related topics, Adobe product Q&A, and profiles of industry leaders. In 1997, Adobe expanded their editorial outlook to cover a broader range of Adobe\'s publishing and digital-media prod
Ergonomics Business strive for high production at low cost. This would result in the highest profit for a company. To many businesses, this is only a mirage. This is because the \'low cost\' of the business usually results in a \'high cost\' for the employees. This high cost is lower quality workplace items, lower salaries, less benefits, etc. These costs create an upset workplace environment. Companies understand that the more efficient their workers are, the more productive their business will
Computer Engineering Throughout today’s society there is no way that you could accurately say technology has not, and will not, influence us anymore. Current technology is moving at such a faster pace, that it is incredible what sorts of things we have. So whom do we give all of the credit to? Who or whom was it that was and is moving technology forward? Well, believe it or not, it’s the engineers’ job, not seclusively, but in general. Their career is based on finding, building, researching, cre
Astronauts The Astronauts, the only people who have had the wonderful chance to step outside this atmosphere. Astronauts conduct experiments and gather information for anything from finding out how other living creatures survive in space to seeing how the human body can handle zero-g conditions. Astronauts must undergo training in order to perform one of the most dangerous jobs due to the fact that in space there is no 911. Robert H. Goddard and Hermann Oberth are recognized as the fathers of sp
Internet Concepts Introduction to The Internet Millions of computer users access the Internet each day to shop, listen to music, view museum exhibits, manage their investments, follow current events, and send electronic mail to other computer users. Additionally, thousands of people are using the Internet at work and at home to view and download to their local computer files containing graphics, sound, video, and text. The World Wide Web, or WWW, a subset of the Internet, uses computers called W
Palestinian Liberation Organization Introduction ----This paper will provide an overview of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, including its early history and its rise to prominence during the Intifada that began in 1987. It will also include a description of Yasser Arafat\'s ascendancy to the leadership of the PLO, a position that earned him the right to speak for all Palestinians by virtue of the peace framework signed by him and the former Israeli Prime Minister Yitsak Rabin in 1993. Ea
Bill Clinton Clinton parallels not JFK, but LBJ // In life, outlook and focus on place in history Bill Clinton is keenly interested in how history will judge him. He began his administration with John F. Kennedy as a model and now compares himself to Theodore Roosevelt, a president who made a great mark on the White House and the country, though there was no war during his administration. However, it is a president Clinton almost never mentions whom he resembles most closely - Lyndon B. Johnson.
The Great Pyramids Located on the west bank of the Nile River on the outskirts of Cairo, the pyramids at Giza, Egypt, rank as some of the best-known monuments in the world. The ancient Egyptians constructed the pyramids to serve as royal tombs. Built without the use of cranes, pulleys, or lifting tackle, the massive structures stand as testaments to the engineering skills of their makers. The Great Pyramid in Egypt, built by King Khufu during his reign (2551 BC-2528 BC), has a complex interior.
Analysis of Movie: Terminator 2: Judgement Day The movie Terminator 2 is a futuristic science fiction picture that consists of a woman, Sarah Connor, trying to protect her son, John, who will one day save the world. This movie is embedded with many references to nature and culture. The nature and culture relation is contained in the essay, "Oppressive dichotomies: the nature/culture debate" by Penelope Brown and Ludmilla Jordanova. The film Terminator 2 illustrates the ideas of Brown and Jordano
Cloning: Is It Right? The biological definition of a clone is an organism that has the same genetic information as another organism or organisms ("Cloning", 1997). From this definition and from information about the science behind cloning, my current view on cloning is that it is ethical. This statement ignores information about how we can misuse cloning and what consequences occur when the procedure is unsuccessful. I currently do not think cloning should be used until it is perfected. I doubt
Genetic Engineering Humans try too hard to rationalize their life. They toy with subjects that they cannot comprehend. Genetics are a part of this universe that even scientists do not understand. Scientists have studied genes for years and have only positively identified one gene. One would think that with so little understanding of genetics, scientists would not try to manipulate genes. Their ignorance does not stop them, but only makes their will to experiment with genetics even stronger. So l
Ethan Frome In Edith Wharton’s Ethan Frome, the reader easily sees the main character, Ethan Frome, as both admirable and pitiable. There are many extremes to the admirable and pitiable traits of Ethan Frome. While the readers admire Frome, they are also able to pity him at the same time. Ethan Frome can be admired for his heroism. He always comes through to save Mattie Silver, his secret love. In a particular scene in the story, Mattie breaks Zeena’s, Ethan’s wife, pickle dish. The pickle dish
English and Secondary Education A girl sat in the middle of a full classroom. She went unnoticed by her classmates and by the professor standing at the chalkboard. The girl listened to the day’s lecture as if in a trance. Her teacher talked with such enthusiasm about the piece the class was studying. He went on about how the writer manipulated words and their connotations, and the writer’s ability to manipulate the English language. Her teacher continued to praise the writer for his ability to h
Aerospace Engineers Significant Points * A bachelor\'s degree in engineering is almost always required for beginning engineering jobs. Good employment opportunities are expected for new graduates. * Starting salaries are significantly higher than those of bachelor\'s degree graduates in other fields. •Nature of the Work Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test missile, spacecraft, and commercial and military aircraft, as well as supervise manufacturing of these products. They develop new te
Landscape Architecture as a Career A landscape architect is an individual who arranges and modifies the effects of natural scenery over a tract of land so as to produce the best aesthetic effect for the land^Òs use. Landscape architecture is the design profession which applies artistic, cultural, and scientific knowledge to the design, planning, and development of the land. Landscape architects accept certain responsibilities related to the health and welfare of the public and are concerned with
The Y2K Bug Introduction The year 2000 problem could have been completely prevented had some early people envisioned the degree to which the microprocessor would change our lives. Surely, no one would have thought that in the early days of ENIAC that everything from your alarm clock to your car would be computerized. Even the IT managers of the 80\'s could not be blamed: The disk space savings from dropping the two digits of the date over 100 Million Records would represent almost 200 Megabytes!
Virtual Reality - What it is and How it Works Imagine being able to point into the sky and fly. Or perhaps walk through space and connect molecules together. These are some of the dreams that have come with the invention of virtual reality. With the introduction of computers, numerous applications have been enhanced or created. The newest technology that is being tapped is that of artificial reality, or "virtual reality" (VR). When Morton Heilig first got a patent for his "Sensorama Simulator" i
Rome TROY HOGGARD Mr. Terry May 25, 1997 10th grade ROME Introduction Rome also known as the ancient city was the capital of the greatest empire of the ancient world. It was a great and prosperous city that was filled with at least one million people. Many people believe that the height of the city of Rome reached its height near the time that emperor constantius the second had seen it for the first time. When he had seen all the sights such as the sanctuary of Jupiter capitolinus, the public ba
Midterm Jarrod Cline GCT 103/103L Dr. Morella 10-20-98 The assignment given on 10-13-98 stated that the midterm would be a take home outline of the class materials covered up to 10-20-98. This included the syllabus, along with the chapters in sequence as covered 1, 4, 3, 6, and 8. The outline follows the same sequence, and has the views of the student included. I. Objectives/ Competencies A. The four objectives given in the syllabus cover the entire class semester. 1. Of the four given, up to 3
COMPUTER SCIENCE COMPUTER SCIENTIST/PROGRAMMER The rapid spread of computers and computer-based technologies over the past two decades has generated a need for skilled, highly trained workers to design and develop hardware and software and to make computer systems newer and more advanced ones. Computer scientist generally design computers and conduct research to improve their design or use, and develop and adapt principles for applying computers to new uses. Computer scientist perform many of th
The Innovators The Innovators, by David P. Millington is a book which takes a look at the most prominent minds of the later part of the technological world and their respective contributions to science and society. Millington utilizes an extensive technological background to elaborate on their works and contributions to the world, many developments which we couldn\'t survive without in toadies world. This book starts with the late 1700\'s and the development of the steamboat and continues in chr
Object-Oriented Database Management Systems The construction of Object-Oriented Database Management Systems started in the middle 80’s, at a prototype building level, and at the beginning of the 90’s the first commercial systems appeared. The interest for the development of such systems stems from the need to cover the modeling deficiencies of their predecessors, that is the relational database management systems. They were intended to be used by applications that have to handle big and complex
Brave New World Brave New World (1932) is one of the most insidious works of literature ever written. An exaggeration? Tragically, no. Brave New World has come to serve as the false symbol for any regime of universal happiness. So how does Huxley turn a future where we\'re all notionally happy into the archetypal dystopia? If it\'s technically feasible, what\'s wrong with using biotechnology to get rid of mental pain altogether? Brave New World is an unsettling, loveless and even sinister place.
The Early Years... John DeLorean was born on January 6, 1925 in a blue-collar neighborhood on Detroit\'s near east side. He was the oldest of four sons. His father, Zachary, had immigrated from the Alsace-Lorraine region of France during his teen age years. His mother, Kathryn, had immigrated from Salzburg in Austria-Hungary as a young child. Together, they held an assortment of manufacturing jobs, Kathryn as a tool assembler, and Zachary as a millwright in a Detroit Ford factory. The family liv
Albert Einstein from Start to Finish Albert Einstien was born on March 14, 1879 in Alum, Germany. He was born with extreme deformities, however he out grew them except for his misshapen head. He was a late talker to add to his problems. He was branded as a loner because he had no love for anyone but his mother who he spent all of his childhood with. He was also considered a Jeckell and Hide. Albert Einstein was considered mentally retarded as a young child. This was because he simply chose to do
DNA DNA has all the needed information to create the species from which it came from. DNA consists of genes which are coded messages in the DNA. These messages control the cell to be what it was intended to be for example a brain cell or a skin cell. All cells in an organism have the same exact DNA sequence unless it has been mutated. The reason why they all have the same DNA is because they all came from one cell, the embryo which replicated itself and these new daughter cells replicated themse
Golf Balls Purpose: To see if their is an effect on golf balls after being soaked in water? Independent Variable: My three different brands of golf balls. Dependent Variable: Will water seep in or not and if it seeps in will it have an effect on the golf balls distance. Control: My unsoaked golf balls. Reasearch: Per information sent to me by Titleist: Exposing a golf ball to water has a negative effect on the golf ball’s performance. On average, after one week submerged in water, a two piece go
World Powers It is human nature to strive for success and own personal achievement and profit. Now think, if you consider what I have just said and apply that thought to a large unified country or nation, your going to end up with a huge imperialistic power. Meaning that if you add these two thoughts together, it will form the world\'s strongest powers. A perfect example of this statement are the five VETO powers. Every single one of the five VETO powers are imperialistic. How did they get where
Frankenstein Every spring there is a plethora of new animate beings. Creation is a yearly event for most animals. There are countless children born each day. All living beings procreate. Victor Frankenstein was a scientist, and the goal of science is to discover new information, and Victor Frankenstein was simply being a scientist and creating new information. When Victor Frankenstein created his monster, it could be compared to genetic engineering or cloning of today. Scientists are trying to r
Correcting the Code Often there is a sudden breakthrough in a field of sciences, a key moment, an experiment, an event that changes people’s lives all over the world. In September of 1990, the first genetic treatment of a human being with an inherited illness was they key moment or event for genetics. They injection of a genetically altered white blood cells into the child’s body was little more than a transfusion. The child sat on a bed, an intravenous tube was hooked to her arm and her own whi
Affirmative Action Close your eyes, now imagine a world of love; not hate, a world of equality; not preference. Now, imagine a colorblind society. That is what most of American society wants. That is the reason Affirmative Action was birthed by Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964. That is also the reason that Proposition 209 was voted for in 1996. These two historical events are driven by the desire of equality. What is Affirmative Action? According to Geraldine Leshin, it is "Taking positive or active st
Effects of World War II World War II drastically affected the Japanese culture, economics, and politics. Sofia Mayorga History 10 F Block Japan Japan is considered one of the most important and powerful countries in the modern world but this accomplishment has been reached by a lot of work and changes made in the Japanese society. During World War II the destruction of Japanese cities and the death of a lot of Japanese people caused them to change their in their system of politics and foreign po
Engineers: The Builders of Tomorrow Anthony Karl Ruda E101 “Computer technology is altering the form, nature, and future of the American economy.”(McConnell, 3) Computers of today has grown and evolved with time. From the very first ENIAC computer to the Pentium Processors of today, computers have come a long way. “ENIAC was as big as a boxcar, as complicated as an airplane and as costly as the Ritz. Microchips would soon cost as little as five dollars and could be packed a million to a boxcar f
How Technology Effects Modern America U.S. Wage Trends The microeconomic picture of the U.S. has changed immensely since 1973, and the trends are proving to be consistently downward for the nation\'s high school graduates and high school drop-outs. "Of all the reasons given for the wage squeeze - international competition, technology, deregulation, the decline of unions and defense cuts - technology is probably the most critical. It has favored the educated and the skilled," says M. B. Zuckerman
Cloning One can imagine lying in bed with the knowledge that they have only a week to live. This prognosis is brought on because the person needs a new heart, liver, kidney, or any other life saving organ. Now that the realization of what has transpired hits this person it is time to find an organ donor. It could be the next car crash victim or someone from the immediate family. However, the odds of finding a donor grim. Wouldn\'t it be nice if the technology to clone a perfectly matching organ
Computer Science Study of the theory, experimentation, and engineering that form the basis for the design and use of computers—devices that automatically process information. Computer science traces its roots to work done by English mathematician Charles Babbage, who first proposed a programmable mechanical calculator in 1837. Until the advent of electronic digital computers in the 1940s, computer science was not generally distinguished as being separate from mathematics and engineering. Since t
Acura NSX The NSX first made in 1991 was the first real Japanese challenger to the favorable European sports cars such as Ferraris. The best part about the car is that it possesses a unique combination of race-car engineering, performance, and looks, coupled with the refinement and practicality of a luxury coupe. This car can go from 0-60mph in 5.8 seconds. Not only does it fit most personal wants and needs, it also costs less than most sports cars and has the best visibility of any exotic car.
Ohio Ohio had a major role in moving the country toward big business industrialization. First of all, it was Ohios population that moved from rural areas to urban settings. In 1860, eighty-three percent of Ohio was rural. In 1880, only sixty-eight percent of the population was rural. Finally, by 190, only fifty-two percent of Ohios population was rural, and in 1920, more than half of the population of the United State lived in urban areas. As a result of this change in population, Ohios economy