Dear friend, I will be so glad to tell you about the value of the information you may find on the internet. Believe it or not understanding what is true and what is false is actually very easy to understand. See the internet is full of websites and there is a whole lot of false information but there is just as much true information out there. It is always better to get more than one opinion on something right. Now what I mean by that and to answer your first question I would have to say that the easiest way to know what is real and false is to check multiple sources. By checking multiple sources you are being able to tell whether the information is the same or not if it is then most likely the information that you have found is true. Now to answer your next question about what is credible and what is not. OK one piece of advice I will give you about your question of how to tell whether information is reliable and credible is to stay away from Wikipedia. That website is usually wrong on a lot of matters. We were always taught in high school to stay away from it. Okay buddy now that my rant is over on that here is some important tips to remember. First thing you are going to want to do is decide what type of website is being presented. For example if it is an ad and they are trying to sell you something there may be false information. Okay now that we have decided on what kind of website is at hand we need to look at how the website is presented and at the content of the website itself. One thing we need to look for is if there is outside sources. When selling something they want to have proof of their product so citing outside resources shows us there is nothing that they want to keep hidden from us. Also looking into the content itself we need to see if the opinion is one sided or two sided. Most likely if it’s two sided then the information needs to be questioned. The last thing we are going to want to look at is the age of the information. While the information may have been true at the point the website was made it could have changed. For example a website made in 2000 on the civil war maybe accurate then with the information that is known but there may have been new found evidence on the topic so the website needs to be updated. Following these steps should help you figure out what information it is that you need to believe.
Ok now to answer your question about digital divide. The digital
Modern World History
“The Week” Essay 3
In both the United States and Spain, as expected, there was much precaution taken while dealing with the possible outbreak of the Ebola virus in both countries. The issue is a very sensitive one in these large countries as few people have been infected so far. In the United States, governors of New York, New Jersey, and Illinois have issued that anyone flying into their states that may have been exposed to Ebola will be quarantined…
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Toni M. Greka
ACC 205 Week 3 Assignment
1.) a= 21,000 + 4,000 = 25,000
b= 35,000 – 25,000 = 10,000
c= 21,800 + 31,200 + 53,000
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Week 3 Individual Assignment
April 2, 2013
Week 3 Individual Assignment
1. We request that you use the order form supplied in the back of our catalog.
To help process your order please use the order form supplied in the back of our catalog.
2. We insist that you always bring your credit card to the store.
So that we can faster serve your needs, always bring your credit card to the store.
6. To avoid the loss of your credit rating, please…
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Ken is 63 years old and unmarried. He retired at age 55 when he sold his business, Understock.com. Though Ken is retired, he is still very active.
Ken reported the following financial information this year. Assume Ken’s modified adjusted gross income for purposes of the bond interest exclusion and for determining the taxability of his Social Security benefits is $70,000 and that Ken files as a single taxpayer. Determine Ken’s 2009 gross income.
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Week 3: Assignment
Compensation, Compensation Philosophy, and Critical Components of a Compensation Strategy
HRM430: Compensation and Benefits
Professor John Dibenedetto
January 19, 2015
Compensation is mostly known as the paycheck that an employee receives from their employer in exchange for the hours and work contributed by the employee. However, compensation does in fact include more than just the paycheck between the employer and the employee. According to…
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Melvin shouldn’t need much if any motivation at his job from other because his motivation seem to come from within. He is very satisfied and engaged and happy at his job. Melvin is exactly where he wants to be in the company and realizes his impact with the company. Melvin is motivated by the opportunity to create success within his…
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MGT 498 Week 3
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MGT330: Management for Organizations (BAC1529A)
My recent promotion to District Manager of the Dunkin Donuts brings both excitement and anxiety. The challenges are numerous. I am certain with my training and the confidence of my boss and the support of the staff we will be successful in this endeavor.
We will create a timeline of when stores are to open so we can be sure to get all five stores up and running within…