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Light bulbs, since they began to spread commercially in 18801, have found their way into every office, home, highway, store, and hospital. They are built into stoves, cars, and televisions — the items that provide sustenance, transportation, and entertainment to … Continue reading
An assignment for Physical Geography with classmate Matt and professor Lisa Chaddock. Our service project was planting Kangaroo paw, and other plant species, in the garden on the east side of the science building of City College to introduce environmentally … Continue reading
These are verbatim what my 36 classmates wrote for our Computer and Information Sciences course: Principles of Information Systems; an 8-week online class in a classroom. I removed last names and spaces between paragraphs with numbers. 1.Hi, my name is … Continue reading
Writing a résumé is something most working adults have probably done at least once. Since I’m not one of those people, you could see my predicament when a professor asked me to have mine reviewed after a workshop, fix the … Continue reading
A song with signs for your further enjoyment!