It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.
Learning the Basics of Computer Science to Catch up with the New Era of Modern Technology and Advancements in Cyber Security
Computer’s came by a couple of decade’s ago and it became viral when Bill Gates presented the all-time famous ‘Microsoft’ company. Later then, companies such as Apple, I.B.M and other’s came through which cause a whole new era of modern technology. Today, the world is online. Almost every houses, offices have an internet c...
319 words
1 page
Using Networking for Job Searching
Networking is a helpful tool in job searching. Networking is defined as people connecting through people therefore the more people you know, the better chance you have of creating connections that will open multiple doors of opportunity for yourself. Although networking is a helpful tool it is only helpful if develop a few...
444 words
2 pages
A Discussion of the Web Application, Unity and Its Uses in Web Development
There are innumerous web and mobile systems available to users across various technological platforms. It seems that every day some new application, program, system, or technology becomes available. These technologies can be utilized by customers to serve a variety of needs. These needs can include but are not limited to...
711 words
3 pages
Theme Analysis of Stormfront.Org, a White Supremacy Website
After researching an online extremist group,, revolving around white supremacy I have picked up on three specific themes that were displayed throughout this website. Understanding the ideology behind this extremist group has assisted me in truly grasping differences between citizens of the United States, and...
1,685 words
5 pages
An Analysis of the Components of Networking
Introduction Technology has been developed to facilitate human’s daily tasks. One of the most crucial subject in the history of the development of technology is networking. John Ross, in his book, stated that a network can be any kind of structure that connects individual objects (Ross, 2009, p. 2). Thus indicating that...
1,819 words
6 pages
The Significance of the Networking Theory to the Huxtable Family
The Networking Theory plays a very important role for the Huxtable Family. The networking theory includes a social network which is a social structure mode of nodes (individuals) which helps ties the relationships between the members of the group. The family skills when it comes to their networking skills is based of choo...
1,133 words
4 pages
The Importance of Paying Attention to Email Etiquette at Work
The importance of email etiquette is a skill that is often not given the attention it deserves by many in the workplace. In many other circumstances when a professional tone is required, people too often take a casual approach to performing this task and end up portraying themselves in a manner they did not intend. Email ha...
1,415 words
5 pages
A Comparison of Microsoft SQL Server and Access Notes
Microsoft SQL Server vs. Access Notes As a Computer Science Major, I deal with library software on a regular basis in my career. Choosing between database software can be a difficult task. In this case it's Microsoft Database Software. SQL Server and Access databases have their pros and cons depending on the environment in...
1,287 words
5 pages
Freedom and Independence from the Clutches of the American Internet Service Providers
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for a people to dissolve the digital cables which have bound them to their selfish internet service provider; a provider that makes no effort to provide its customers with the service they are paying for, it becomes necessary to assume the powers of democracy and over...
1,157 words
5 pages
An Argument in Favor of Net Neutrality
An Argument For Net Neutrality Net neutrality has been a long standing issue. Ever since the emergence of the earliest form of internet ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network) in the late 1960s, there have been debates about how the internet should be handled. Many people believe the internet should be open a...
1,563 words
7 pages