It would be an essay about focusing one's attention and affection, in an app that focused one's attention and affection. This marriage carried through to the writing and coding process. The rhythm becomes obvious through the tapping, which act as an engine that drives the essay forward. The tapping does something else, too: It paces the reading. And yet it encourages us to flit about from one thing to another with minimal attention.
In doing this, Sloan isn't just removing the Web's distractions and tyranny of choice. He's enforcing the linear narrative more than we could do with paper, and more than we usually do online. We often think that digital storytelling should put control in the hands of the user. Many interactive presentations are designed to make sense regardless of how you make your way through.
Sloan, though, asks the user to cede control, just follow along. Just a subtle progress bar at the top of the screen. The reader controls the pace, but he can only go forward.
Naturally, this helps spread the word about Sloan's essay — the tweets link to Sloan's website — but it also creates a chorus. That probably means he hasn't figured out how to integrate this gracefully. To like something more than ironically. Albon chrisalbon March 21, Sloan's decision to write within the app itself shaped not just the rhythm, but the length and flow.
When he was tapping through one part, a digression from his main point, he realized he was bored. So he cut it. Less than half of what he first wrote made it into the final version.
You can see how he had to choose his words carefully because the text on each screen had to stand on its own. Could this idea carry across several screens?
Was it worth making the letters smaller so that everything could fit on each one? The effect of writing within these constraints: Easy to grasp, despite the abstract subject matter. That's partly because the essay is essentially a bar manifesto. It's also due to his use of all caps, boldface and italics — simple tools of emphasis and humor that are effective in conveying meaning even in a modern wrapper.
I was looking for a way to stay focused on words, but give a little extra twist, an amplification. Throughout the essay, you can hear his voice rising and falling — loud and excited when he makes a point with one of those tweetable lines that fill the screen, piquant or ironic when he italicizes a portion of a sentence. He didn't plan this going in. You see the rhythm yourself; you see the opportunities. In fact, contemporary composers and singers encompass all the known traditions and rich styles of the past, in both western and eastern cultures, in mainstream society as well as indigenous groups.
Contemporary music can be rock and roll, rap, classical, gospel, jazz, country western, or world music music of other cultures. So how…… [Read More]. Deam Content as a Theapeutic Appoach: Repessed Feelings An Abstact of a Dissetation This study sets out to detemine how deams can be used in a theapeutic envionment to discuss feelings fom a deam, and how the theapist should engage the patient to discuss them to eveal the elevance of those feelings, in thei pesent, waking life.
It also discusses the meaning of epetitious deams, how medication affects the content of a deame's deams, and if theapists actually "guide" thei clients in what to say.
This "guidance" might be the theapist "suggesting" to thei clients that they had suffeed some type of ealy childhood tauma, when in fact, thee wee no taumas in thei ealy childhoods. The oigin of psychiaty is not, as it would have people believe, medicine, theapy o any othe even faintly scientific endeavo. Its oiginal pupose was not even to cue mental affliction. Aging in the Bucket List and Cocoon Aging and its natural consequence -- death -- are subjects that raise diverse emotions among persons involved in these processes.
Some embrace these pivotal moments in life, some attempt to avoid them. The two films The Bucket List and Cocoon give examples of how different people deal with the issue of aging and death. This paper will examine these films from the perspective of the characters' physical and mental health, their family and social issues, their economic status and social service usage, and cultural diversity issues. The Bucket List is a comedy-drama about two strangers who meet in a hospital: Carter is an African-American blue-collar worker, a family man and an amateur historian but a mechanic by trade; Edward is a white, billionaire health care tycoon, who is estranged from his daughter.
Forced to share a room in the hospital, the two…… [Read More]. Grandmaster and Gong Er: Ip Man battles a dozen or so no-names before doing a one-on-one show with another combatant who appears to be at equal skill and strength.
Ip Man handily defeats him and walks away unscathed. Thanks to fight choreography by Chinese director and martial arts choreographer Yuen Woo-ping The Matrix, Kill Bill, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon , the sequence would seem to set up a different sort of movie than what follows, which is a mostly soulful, introspective look at period in the life of Ip Man.
Wong Kar Wai gravitates towards dramatic license in many places -- especially with the fictional character of Gong Er, who repeatedly enters and re-enters Ip Man's life in the film even though no such…… [Read More]. Room I Came Up With. In conjunction with these car ads, car insurance companies took advantage of this by advertising their services as well.
Car insurance companies that I noticed advertising through billboards were Safeco, Progressive, and All State. Progressive provided a catchy and positive note to its ad by having the slogan, "Happy drivers make good drivers.
All State, meanwhile, chose to go the opposite route…… [Read More]. Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom. Assessment, data analysis, and diagnosis; Flexible grouping; Tiered tasks; Anchor activities; Differentiated learning encounters; Learning contracts; Independent study.
Safety in the Secondary Science Classroom" states that there is "a growing need to make all students understand science and the relevancy of science to their lives. Differentiated instruction can help a teacher do this. Learning Theory Several Theories Are. Learning tends to be associated with specific ways of considering events and establishes a student's "explanatory style," or the components of permanence, pervasiveness, and personalization.
They tend to blame themselves for everything: The encouragement of gaining mastery over…… [Read More]. Death in Spanish Literature While. In his novels he focused on characters, motivations, and reactions to the forces around his characters.
He realistically examined Spanish politics, economy, religion, and family through the eyes of the middle class, addressing the cruelty of human beings against each another in his novels Miau and Misericordia. Galdos was called the conscience of Spain for his realistic observations of society with all its ills.
Columbia His plays were less successful than his novels. In he became deputy of the Republican Party in Madrid. He went blind in , but overcoming this tragedy, he continued to dictate his books until his death. Other works translated into English are Tristana tr.
A statue of him was raised in…… [Read More]. Sport-Related Films Significance of Brian's. In both the conflicts, the strong will of the athletes help them to overcome the obstacles or conflicts that they faced.
Both the actors had execute their role well and make a big impact on the viewers. The screenplay is also realistic and the story line is strong and powerful. This makes it an all-time great classic for viewers. In this review, the critics felt that the movie was much slower than it should have been. But, they still liked the strong concepts and its underlying themes.
The critics in this review rate it as one of the best movies that is ideal for children aged ten and up. They critic it as a good family movie that can lay the foundation for kids to understand…… [Read More].
Not only did Cuba nationalize property held by U. Both actions consequently undermined the stated values of the American free-market system in regards to America's corporate holdings in the country. This tension has furthermore been manifested by blatantly vocal opposition on both sides of the dispute. In this paper such ongoing tension will be illustrated by one of the most timely and extreme examples of hostility in foreign relations as well as propose an avenue for future trade arrangements.
Tori Amos In music, most artists will face a number of challenges. This is because there are struggles they will endure to become successful. At the same time, they have to be able to remain relevant and adapt with the music. This means creating a unique sound which can combine a number of elements together. In the case of Tori Amos, she was able to create a one of a kind genre that took the traditions of the singer -- songwriter from the s and augmented them with an alternative -- punk sound.
This created a new form of women entertainer, who wanted to use this as a way to highlight social messages in their songs. While at the same time, it is giving women a sense of empowerment in the way they carried themselves and performed. As a result, there will be an examination of the influences of Tori…… [Read More]. Magic Barrel Leo Was Informed.
But the cut was like a child's cut, a child's first white dress. It was soiled, Leo could see now that his eyes had adjusted to the light, at its hem. She lit another cigarette and took the flowers, smelled them. I'm going to the pictures and to the automat -- do you want to come?
He could feel Salzman's presence nearby, although the changing had ceased. But you're welcome…… [Read More]. Chris Lord-Alge Include a Brief. In his own words he is -- "more like a chef, because I bring my personal taste in sound.
Tin Drum by Gunter Grass. Tin Drum, by Gunter Grass. Specifically, it will focus on two particular chapters. The question posed is: Gunter Grass' "The Tin Drum" is a historic look at a Polish family with a young son stunted by an accident. Oskar turns out to be a performing midget, who is ludicrous and yet endearing.
The themes of the book are complex, and the style is demanding, but it is a rewarding read that causes the reader to think, to feel, and to sometimes agree with the author's clearly defined themes. Does one sound more American than another or do you connect with one more than another?
The definition of a quintessentially American sound often is based on the music's inspiration. For example, Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring is often called the archetypical American work of song, blending folk dances and sounds of the American mountain region into a ballet that is both classical and primeval all at once. However, according to Copland when he elaborated on his creative process: The recurring motif of the work is both simple…… [Read More].
Potentialities and Limitations of Mockumentaries. Woody Allen's Zelig Woody Allen's Zelig represents many classic potentialities and limitations of the mockumentary. Predating the "mockumentary" designation by a full year, Zelig helped pioneer the mockumentary's use of clever parody to entertain, expose the fallibility of "historical" archival footage, prick the conscience and soothe. Simultaneously, Zelig suffered and suffers from the limitations of the mockumentary, as parasite and slave to the documentary, inherent filmed format and key components imitated to the point of triteness.
In that film, documentarian Marty iBergi referred to his work as a "rockumentary, if you will" oherty In a small leap from that term,…… [Read More]. Mourning Becomes Electra It must have come as something of a shock for the original audience of Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra in to take their seats, open their programs, and discover that this extremely lengthy trilogy of plays does not actually contain a character named "Electra. Yet this would have been precisely the case with the original audience in fifth century Athens for a Greek tragedy: Even the rare Greek tragedy that does introduce surprise into its plot, like the Orestes of Euripides, does so…… [Read More].
Understanding Mexico's Business Environment. Bringing Dick's Sporting Goods Into Mexico Dick's Sporting Goods is a company that is specialized in the manufacture and sale of sports gear within America and other 45 states around the world. It was started in the year by one ex-soldier, ichard Stack. After the World War 2, ichard retired and started this company.
In a short while, the company grew to countries beyond the United States of America. The company also increased the capacity of its production and expanded the market. In all instances, the expansion was done to areas that were in need of the sports regalia. With developments in new sports in the world, the company has been in the forefront diversifying their production. This way, the company has kept being accustomed to the situation in the market. The expansion has also spanned through the areas of technology to bring new products that are better than…… [Read More].
Olive Garden Marketing Plan. Benefits of Integration in the Ci Humint Community. Human subjects are a crucial source of intelligence for counterinsurgency operations. Several years back, the U. However, women still remain underrepresented in the same, and researchers remain largely divided on whether their participation in the same ought to be increased. Why Active Learning is Important in Schools. Early Childhood Special Education and English Second Language Capstone Proposal As Tomlinson points out in "Notes from an Accidental Teacher," a "zeal for learning" is one of the five elements and practices that make up effective teaching p.
This element has the most significance for me because I count it as the most essential aspect of what it means to be able to teach -- one must be eager to learn. A teacher cannot pass on to students what he or she does not know or already possess. Thus if a teacher has no zeal for learning, it is to be expected that the teacher will have nothing to pass on to students.
The desire to learn and to accumulate understanding is a necessary foundation for teaching: Melvilles Spouter Inn Some of the best descriptive essayexamples can be found among the writings of the greatest authors. Consider a chapter in Moby-Dick by Herman Melville: Look at the way Melville uses description to create atmospheric effect in the first line of Chapter 3: The Spouter Inn from Moby-Dick: Entering that gable-ended Spouter-Inn, you found yourself in a wide, low, straggling entry with old-fashioned wainscots, reminding one of the bulwarks of some condemned old craft.
Melville uses words like condemned to convey a sense of foreboding and doom, and the adjectives wide, low, straggling produce a claustrophobic effect on the readerone that pulls him in with force.
Melville also uses consonance, assonance and alliteration to make the words flow more enjoyably and give the description a kind of musical quality. Go to any chapter in Moby-Dick and you will…… [Read More]. Steve Jobs and Leadership. Jobs did not mince words or dance around what he wanted.
Even if what he wanted was technically impossible—like sending radio waves through metal—he would insist that the engineers figure out a way to bring his vision to life.
He was insistent, but he could back up his insistence with a vision that was truly innovative and revolutionary, which made his insistence meaningful. Vogelstein identifies other personality traits of…… [Read More]. Mozart and Salieri Throughout the. In the scene where the Emperor and his aides argue about the language for the new opera, one of the aides notes, "Plain German for plain people," and "German is too brutal" "Amadeus".
Underlying this conversation is the idea that the north could not possibly be civilized or educated, and only the elite and attuned listened to the classical music emanating from Italy. This also indicates how the culture was changing, and indicates the difference between the two composers.
Mozart welcomed writing in German, but was open to any language, while Salieri plodded along in Italian. He was not open to change and innovation, while Mozart championed it in his music and his life. Throughout the film, it is clear Salieri cannot grow to accept the changes in Classical music.
He represents the old morals of the enaissance, while Mozart represents the new morals of the Enlightenment that would forge…… [Read More]. References American Tap Dance Foundation. Oxford University Press, The Origins of Tap Dance. Helium, 22 Sep Works Cited Contino, Patricia. Dorrance Dance in ETM: Double Down at the Joyce. References Hill, Constance Valis. Nalett, Jacqueline "Jazz Dance History.
The Story of American Vernacular Dance. Krump Dancing View Full Essay. Works Cited Booth, William. Works Cited dePaola, Tomie. Oliver Button is a Sissy. The Newspaper Stories of Rick Bragg. The University of Alabama Press, Since this type of music is a commodity, and standardization means it follows a pattern that is familiar to audiences, it must have little social value, other than brief entertainment.
Taking this definition, then within the line of disdainful art we must place Shakespeare, Longfellow, even Hemingway; all of whom used a pattern to their writing, not simply for mass consumption, but as a skeletal structure of being. Finally, for Adorno, the "vulgarization and enchantment… dwell together in the arrangements which have colonized large areas of music" Adorno, , p.
That is to say that the only viable way art may exist is without entertainment value. This has some truth, one would certainly not argue that many of the films of the s, for instance, showing synchronized swimming, lavish set productions of tap dance, and tuneful songs with very little soul, were nothing but grand escapes for the masses from the ravages of the Great Depression.
However, lighting, electronic enhancement, instrumentation,. Works Cited Herr, Michael. Michael Herr, Dispatches New York: Vintage, , p. Isabelle and Therese from the movie Therese and Isabelle is a story about two lesbian women who defy convention by having a love affair in their boarding school.
Their love is very intimate with scenes of conformity as Therese has sexual intercourse with a boy as an attempt to normafy herself as Goffman states on page 12 of his book, Stigma.
Scenes in the beginning of Therese's mother preparing her for marriage put pressure on the young woman to adhere to the gender identity and sexuality society predetermined for her. The scenes are sweet and innocent laced with a tinge of fear as they are become fearful of someone coming into the room to find them making love.
A scene in Isabelle's room gets interrupted by a noise the couple hear from outside the hallway. Their relationship ends much like that of Maurice and Clive. In the novel, Maurice, Maurice and Clive are two college friends who engage in a homosexual relationship. Unlike with Isabelle and Therese, they are not as intimate and the relationship lasts longer, for two years. Similarly however, Clive like Therese wishes to conform and be normal and decides to marry leaving Maurice alone.
The story however continues and Maurice finds solace and connection in Alec. However Alec blackmails him and in his attempt to cure what Dr. Larken terms, "congenital homosexuality" tries hypnosis.
Eventually his desire to rebel against society's norms and be with Alec lead him and Alec to relinquish leading closeted gay lives for a happy life with each other. Overall movies and films tend to show the world a different or unique perspective. These people like any other people struggle to conform, to meet the expectations of society, but also lead their own lives and fulfill their gender identity and sexual orientation.
After all, sexuality is a large part of a person. Art of Breakdancing View Full Essay. New York City, NY: References Author not Available. Hollywood Representations of the Lindy Hop, Duke University Press, The Jazz Cadence of American Culture. Columbia University Press, JC Penney slashing prices on all merchandise. Is JC Penney's makeover the future of retailing?
Retrieved April 19, from http: Many religious traditions have practices that could possibly be labeled meditation.
In Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, these practices are usually associated with prayer, contemplation, or recitation of sacred texts. In the religious traditions of the Native Americans, Australian aboriginals, Siberian peoples, and many others, what could be identified as meditation techniques are incorporated within the larger rubric of shamanism. It is, however, in the religions of Asia that meditation has been most developed as a religious method.
Meditation has played an important role in the ancient yogic traditions of Hinduism and also in more recent Hindu-based new religious movements such as Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Transcendental Meditation program.
Short-Term Effects of Meditation vs. Relaxation on Cognitive Functioning. Gillian King - author, Jeffrey Coney - author. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology. Authors cite the lack of relevant studies concerning the effect, if any, of meditation on short-term improvements in cognitive performance.
The results of this study clearly showed that meditation, per se, does not produce a short-term improvement in cognitive performance compared to other relaxation techniques. Works Cited Ayers, Edward L. The Promise of the New South: Accessed 7 February International Tap Association, 13 December. Accessed 9 February Michael Bennett View Full Essay.
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Pendergrast, Mark Uncommon Grounds: Works Cited Anstey, Roger. Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. Works Cited Thelma and Louise. University of Illinois Press. Works Cited "Lady Gaga tells all. Contemporary Music View Full Essay. Dylan, Bob and Ellison, James.
Younger Than That Now: A History of Western Music, 6th Edition. Clinical Psychology View Full Essay. This may be related to the large decrease in familiar settings in the post-medication dreams. Although Domhoff does not list a high percentage of elements from the past as an indicator of psychopathology, he does mention that people suffering post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD , a type of anxiety disorder, tend to have dreams in which distressing events are relived again and again.
It may be that other anxiety disorders invoke a similar response in which the dreamer has a tendency to dwell on past events, which merits further research.
A final observation is that the results of this study provide support for Hartmann's biological model of the effects of drugs on dreams. Based on his own research and the literature on drugs and nightmares, Hartmann proposed that drugs that increase the neurotransmitters dopamine or acetylcholine, or decrease norepinephrine or serotonin, produce nightmares and more vivid and bizarre dreams.
Drugs that have the opposite effects would decrease the incidence of disturbing dreams. The dreamer in this study was taking a serotonin reuptake inhibitor, which served to increase the effects of serotonin. According to the biological model, with the onset of medication the dreamer should have experienced a decrease in nightmares, or, in Hall and Van de Castle's terms, lower aggression, negative emotions, and other unpleasant factors.
This was, in fact, the case. The emphasis on statistically significant differences without regard to effect sizes slowed progress in the study of dream content by creating unnecessary polarities and focusing energy on methodological arguments. The introduction of effect sizes into the study of dream content makes it possible to suggest that the controversy over home and laboratory collected dream reports never should have happened.
The emphasis in dream content studies henceforth should be on effect sizes and large samples. Then future dream researchers could focus on testing new ideas using dream reports collected either at home or in the sleep laboratory. Aging, Society and the Life Course. Environmental interventions and the design of homes for older adults with dementia: The keys to differentiation.
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Retrieved January 29, , from House Publications: UN vote urges U. Tori Amos View Full Essay. Bibliography "The Bee Keeper. BBC, , Molly, M. Works Cited "John Angier music composer. During Zelig's first wave of celebrity, medical experts -- including psychiatrist Dr. Eudora Nesbitt Fletcher -- unsuccessfully analyze him.
Then, upon his return from Italy, Dr. Fletcher takes Zelig to the isolation of the countryside and so successfully "cures" his malady that Zelig attacks an expert because Zelig disagrees with the expert's correct statement that it's a nice day.
A "cured" Zelig now travels the U. Fletcher -- who is also famous due to Zelig's cure -- announce their engagement, at which point multiple women come forward to claim that Zelig married them while he was in one of his chameleon forms.
Now that Zelig is accused of bigamy and adultery, the easily manipulated public turns against him, pressuring him to return to his chameleon disease and disappear.
Fish: a tap essay This is a kind of manifesto about the difference between liking something on the internet and loving something on the internet. It’s also an experiment in a new format: a “tap essay,” presenting its argument tap by tap, making its case with typography, color, and a few surprises.
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Tap dance is an example of a non-partnered dance that is generally choreographed, with one or more participating dancers. A rhythmical tapping sound is attained by the dancer from the small metal plates on the dancer’s shoes. Explanatory Essay: Bottled Water or Tap Water? There are articles, flyers, and even books out in the market that try to persuade people to either use bottled water or .
After downloading the app on your iPhone or iPad, you tap through a series of screens that collectively read as one essay. Written by Robin Sloan, author of the best-selling book Mr. Penumbra’s Hour Bookstore, the essay explores the difference between liking and loving something on the Internet. Tap essay - Order the required review here and put aside your worries Spend a little time and money to receive the dissertation you could not even dream about Essays & dissertations written by professional writers.