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  • Voice Recognition Software: Comparison And Recommendations

    Voice Recognition Software: Comparison And Recommendations

    Voice Recognition Software: Comparison and Recommendations Use of voice recognition software is under consideration by medical office administrators nationally. Administrators have long searched for alternatives to the expense, error rate, and record-completion delays associated with conventional transcription. It is no wonder that, with the recent advances in voice recognition software, medical transciptionists are looking at this emerging technology as a powerful way of accomplishing essential record-keeping tasks. This report investigates four of the leading voice

    Essay Length: 2,424 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: September 12, 2010
  • Easter Island

    Easter Island

    Stony sentry's, carved years ago by Polynesian craftsmen, gaze over one of the most remote places in the world. With their land enlarged by overuse, islanders now draw on a revival of their culture to attract visitors. I intend to tell about this small island off the coast of Chile named Easter Island. Easter Island, submerged volcanic mountain range in the eastern Pacific Ocean, is located 500 miles South of the Tropic of Capricorn, and

    Essay Length: 1,031 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: October 22, 2010
  • Wizard Island

    Wizard Island

    Wizard Island Wizard Island is undoubtedly a unique and interesting name for a volcano, in fact this volcano maybe better known as the island volcano in the middle of crater lake. Wizard Island is located in the west coast of crater lake, Oregon (United States) on the North American continent, it is located relatively on top of the seduction zone between the North American plate and the Juan De Fuca, a oceanic plate causing many

    Essay Length: 725 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 11, 2010
  • What Drives Communities On Islands?

    What Drives Communities On Islands?

    What drives communities on islands? A community can broadly be defined as a congregation of various species occurring simultaneously in time and space. A more detailed description comes from Whittaker (19): An assemblage of populations of plants, animals, bacteria and fungi that live in an environment and interact with one another, forming together a distinct living system with its own composition, structure, environmental relationships, development and function. From this definition it is clear that the

    Essay Length: 2,114 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: November 11, 2010
  • Coral Island Water Sources

    Coral Island Water Sources

    Finding water on a coral island can be extremely difficult and expensive. The techniques used generally use a lot of electricity, and can take a long time and a lot of money to build and maintain the facilities. Since fresh water is scarce, coral islands have to use one or more of the following methods. Ground Water One of the oldest methods of getting fresh water, digging a well is still the cheapest way to

    Essay Length: 531 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 17, 2010
  • Nut Island Effect

    Nut Island Effect

    #1. Do the people at Nut Island represent a cohesive team? The team from Nut Island had the potential to accomplish great things. They were a very cohesive team. Cohesiveness relates to the degree to which members are attracted to and motivated to remain part of that team. A cohesive group member values his or her membership and strives to maintain a positive relationship within the group. Every person working at Nut Island wanted to

    Essay Length: 1,769 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: November 23, 2010
  • The Lingering Effects Of Three Mile Island

    The Lingering Effects Of Three Mile Island

    The Lingering Effects of Three Mile Island The Three Mile Island accident took place in Middletown, Pennsylvania, on March 28, 1979. During this accident even though there was no meltdown, there was some radioactive gas that was let out into the air. As a result more than 50,000 people were evacuated from their homes (Levine 60-3). The Three Mile Island incident had a major impact on public opinion, the construction of nuclear plants, and the

    Essay Length: 1,705 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2010
  • Ellis Island

    Ellis Island

    Ellis Island In the 1600's, Ellis Island was known as Gull Island by the Mohegan tribe and was simply two to three acres. During high tide, the island could barely have been seen above the rising waters. After being discovered for its rich oyster beds in 1628, Dutch settlers renamed it Oyster Island. And then in 1765, which was the hanging of Anderson the Pirate, the island was again renamed the Gibbet Island, after the

    Essay Length: 717 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 2, 2010
  • The Island And The Right To Live

    The Island And The Right To Live

    The movie, The Island takes place sometime in the near future. Thousands of people are cloned in the movie and used to give their body parts to other humans who are outside of the clone facilities. They are also used to bear children for people in the outside world, who do not have the ability to do so themselves. The clones are grown and born as adults, but they must learn as if they are

    Essay Length: 716 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 4, 2010
  • Life In The Galapagos Islands (Or What's Left Of It)

    Life In The Galapagos Islands (Or What's Left Of It)

    A young couple ready for their honeymoon chooses to go to the Galapagos Islands. They are ready for the scuba diving, the nature, and the beautiful beaches of these historical islands. They cannot wait to see the animal and plant life that looks so beautiful in the pictures on the internet. What this young couple does not know is that with just them, other tourists, and outside animals being there they are destroying one of

    Essay Length: 1,251 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: December 4, 2010
  • Anarchy On The Island

    Anarchy On The Island

    In William Golding's Lord of the Flies, the island represents a microcosm. In the beginning of the novel the boys elect a leader and establish rules, in order to survive. Even though rules were set, they get broken by the evil within each boy. When the boys begin to neglect their assigned tasks on the island, society starts to fall apart. The boys stranded on the island and their actions are similar to the

    Essay Length: 1,311 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: December 5, 2010
  • Pawleys Island

    Pawleys Island

    At such a young age, I have already found the one place I could not live without. Even though I find myself crammed in a backseat for hours on end, all that time feels nonexistent just as soon as I can roll down my window and hear the familiar drone of the swells crashing. At that same time, I find myself bombarded with a seaweed-paper mill aroma which even a sick person could smell. The

    Essay Length: 643 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 13, 2010
  • Island Of The Blue Dolphins

    Island Of The Blue Dolphins

    Freak the Mighty Have you ever felt as if you were an outcast? I mean totally different from everyone else. Well if you have I should tell you you're not alone. In this book report I will tell you about two outcasts that unite as one and make an amazing individual. In the book Freak the Mighty two young boys have no friends for totally opposite reasons become best friends. Freak a physically challenged

    Essay Length: 416 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 13, 2010
  • Hurricane Island

    Hurricane Island

    Hurricane Island Outward Bound School Case The paper starts with a consideration of the current position of Hurricane Island Outward Bound School (Hurricane) - Maine location of an international organization with 30 schools around the world - and their marketing activities vs. organizational culture, the threats and opportunities they face, the impact of political and regulatory controls, economic influences social influences, competitive forces and technological factors. The paper then looks at how marketing should take

    Essay Length: 1,749 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: December 21, 2010
  • Voice Of Minority Groups

    Voice Of Minority Groups

    There are many things that stand out in America as we have all come to know it today. Among those that are in the majority there are no worries, and things are typically thought to be very equal and just. Everything is relative, and compared to the past everything is equal and just, but there is a lot of ground that can still be made. There are numerous examples throughout our history of people stating

    Essay Length: 1,992 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: December 24, 2010
  • Once On This Island

    Once On This Island

    Once On This Island The musical Once On This Island had many theatrical elements. There was earth, water, love, and death. Each one was represented by a separate color: green, blue, red, and black. Also, when one of the actors would talk a colored light would shine on each of them to show a distinction between each character. While the play was performed on stage the audience watched the performance on stage as well. It

    Essay Length: 376 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 28, 2010
  • Narrative Voice In Pride And Prejudice

    Narrative Voice In Pride And Prejudice

    Lauren Ponder Narrative Techniques in Ð'ÐŽÐ'ҐPride and PrejudiceÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦ * Throughout chapter 17 of Ð'ÐŽÐ'ҐPride and PrejudiceÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦, Jane Austen uses different narrative techniques to enhance our understanding of the story and of the characters in this chapter. The techniques include Ð'ÐŽÐ'ҐshowingÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦, which involves direct speech and Ð'ÐŽÐ'ҐtellingÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦ where the narrator describes what happens, what the characters say and how they feel.Ð'„Ð"Џ Ð'ÐŽÐ'ҐShowingÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦ allows the reader to see the character in conversation with others. In comparison Ð'ÐŽÐ'ҐTellingÐ'ÐŽÐ'¦

    Essay Length: 1,227 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: January 1, 2011
  • How Does The Author Use Humour In Out Island Doctor?

    How Does The Author Use Humour In Out Island Doctor?

    How does the author use humour in Out Island Doctor? In the autobiography, Out-Island Doctor, Evans W. Cottman has a dream of exploring the Bahamas. He contacts a commissioner in the Bahamas and soon makes plans to visit. Cottman arrives in the Bahamas and endures a very difficult sail to Mangrove Cay where he meets a man who influences him throughout the autobiography, Percy Cavill. Cottman then has to adapt to a more primitive lifestyle

    Essay Length: 964 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: March 4, 2011
  • Padre Island

    Padre Island

    Padre Island is the longest barrier island in the world and it is located in the United States. It is located in parts of Cameron, Kenedy, Kleberg, Nueces, and Willacy counties in Texas. The island has been separated into two sections since 1964 that are referred to as North Padre Island and South Padre Island. The island is 130 miles long and stretches between the cities of Corpus Christi, Texas to Port Isabel, Texas (Padre

    Essay Length: 658 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: March 4, 2011
  • Treasure Island

    Treasure Island

    In Treasure Island, Robert Louis Stevens creates a diverse group of people, all with individual characteristics and backgrounds. A few of the more important characters in the book are Jim Hawkins, Doctor Livesey, Squire Trewlaney, Captain Smollet, Long John Silver, Ben Gun, and Billy Bones. Jim Hawkins, who is also the narrator of the book, is a young boy who discovers a treasure map in the chest pocket of deceased Billy Bones, and accompanies the

    Essay Length: 1,264 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: March 4, 2011
  • The Galapagos Islands

    The Galapagos Islands

    The Galapagos Islands The Galapagos Islands are a group of 16 islands located in the Pacific Ocean that straddle the equator about 525 miles west of the South American Coastline. The islands were formed by underwater volcanoes millions of years ago and belong to Ecuador. The Galapagos are well known for their vast diversity in plant and animal populations. Some of the plant and animal life found on the islands cannot be found anywhere else

    Essay Length: 1,502 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: March 6, 2011
  • Galapagos Islands

    Galapagos Islands

    The Galapagos Islands Christy Bosley Axia College of University of Phoenix SCI 230 Angela Buffington March 16, 2008 The Galapagos Islands The Archipelago de Colon is better known as the Galapagos Islands, who got their name from the Spanish word galapago. This word means “saddle” and refers to the shells of one of the islands’ most famous inhabitants, the Galapagos Giant Tortoise (Wikipedia, n.d.). The Galapagos Islands are a group of volcanic islands located about

    Essay Length: 1,991 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: March 7, 2011
  • Weed And Soil Assessment For The Parking Lot “Islands” At Central High School

    Weed And Soil Assessment For The Parking Lot “Islands” At Central High School

    Weed and Soil Assessment for the Parking Lot “Islands” at Central High School Jackie Doughty, Bridgette Minor, Akya Rice, Kendra Robinson, Jessica Scott, Lakita Scott and Kristy Tippey ABSTRACT: Part A of this lab was performed to determine the extent to which an assortment of weeds have encroached in the parking lot “islands” at CHS since the school was built two years ago, when there were virtually no weeds present. Six quadrats of samples were

    Essay Length: 1,832 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: March 8, 2011
  • Conservation At Galapagos Islands

    Conservation At Galapagos Islands

    Galapagos and its Ecosystem Galapagos Islands consist of a group of nineteen individual islands 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador (Duval, 2006). Total land area of Galapagos is 8,000 square kilometers. The Spanish sailors named the island “Galapagos” because of the enormous tortoise living in the islands. Ecuador has claimed the islands as part of its territory. In 1835, Charles Darwin visited the islands and observed the many different species of animals that lived

    Essay Length: 768 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: March 8, 2011
  • Voice Gene

    Voice Gene

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    Essay Length: 2,871 Words / 12 Pages
    Submitted: March 9, 2011

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