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August 30, 2011
  
  
(Essays)
BusinessTechnologyEssays
ANDREW POTTER, 861 WORDS
The former Apple CEO is perhaps the most successful brand manager in history, and he did it, paradoxically, by embracing the precise corporate values to which the Apple brand identity is ostensibly opposed.
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InternationalEssays
URI GORDON, 1776 WORDS
There remains the same need to dispel misconceptions about anarchism, bred of the unholy matrimony between plain ignorance and vile slander.
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InternationalEssaysArt
NICK GILLESPIE, 3864 WORDS
Art generated in response to 9/11 has been almost completely unsatisfying so far, despite game efforts by such creative geniuses as Bruce Springsteen and Don DeLillo. Too much of it has sought to replace the scene of violence and loss with superficial if heartfelt emotionalism.
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EssaysTechnology
BEN POPPER, 1228 WORDS
Hackers are like Jedi, wielding mysterious powers that enable them to peer into the private lives of normal folks. Just as there are Jedis on the light and dark side, so hackers are divided into white and black hat, a porous boundary which contributes to confusion around the term.
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LifeEssays
GREG BEATO, 1119 WORDS
Should we mourn the death of cursive handwriting?
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EssaysBooks
MICHAEL H. MILLER, 900 WORDS
I've never read any Harry Potter books. I've never seen the movies. I have no interest. I look like Harry Potter. This is my curse.
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EssaysBooks
GREG BEATO, 1309 WORDS
Many Americans still live in the wake left by Cold War civil defense hysteria.
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InternationalEssays
CYNTHIA COTTS, 1070 WORDS
An American tourist in Greece sparks a protest when she gets involved in local politics.
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EssaysLife
SUZANNE HARRINGTON, 2586 WORDS
Until we desist from complying with market forces so forceful that little girls are being processed into passive princesses and little boys into pint-sized assassins, the brainwashing will continue.
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Politics-U.S.Essays
STEPHANIE SHONEKAN, 1305 WORDS
What did living in a white conservative suburb teach a progressive African woman about race in America?
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CelebsEssays
MIKE SAGER, 807 WORDS
From Lebron to Beckham, we build them up and then we tear them down, we sour. We take out all our bad feelings and frustration on these people we don't even know.
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LifeEssays
SUZANNE HARRINGTON, 3413 WORDS
Gossiping neutrally or positively about third parties is very different from grousing about someone behind their back, or sending vicious comments to online forums.
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HealthLifeEssays
SUZANNE HARRINGTON, 2171 WORDS
Something in my head recently went "ping!" and I had an epiphany. Enough. Enough of the wishing I was something else, of wishing I was smaller, lighter, narrower, leaner. I'll have my own body, thank you very much.
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HealthEssays
SUZANNE HARRINGTON, 2470 WORDS
Why should feeling happy -- with the aid of modern science -- require a reduced libido?
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Essays
BRUCE KLUGER, 879 WORDS
Perhaps Shakespeare nailed it when he defined love as "a smoke made with the fume of sighs." You don't need a doctorate to see what the Bard was saying: that love is ephemeral and elusive, and can render us speechless. Maybe that's why Americans often don't see it.
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InternationalEssays
JANE MILLER, 756 WORDS
Many Brits are both fascinated and repulsed by the modern monarchy.
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CelebsFilm & TVEssays
CHRIS LEHMANN, 864 WORDS
The daytime talk goddess' therapeutic theology ultimately leads into a blind alley.
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LifeEssays
SUZANNE HARRINGTON, 2187 WORDS
How to tell young children of their father's suicide.
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EssaysPolitics-U.S.
JOHAN GALTUNG, 859 WORDS
No people in the world are as easy to talk with as Americans, open, on a first name-basis, charming in body language and verbal language. After 14 minutes personal matters are out in the open that would have been kept secret for 14 years, or forever, in some other cultures.
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Essays
JUDY GRUEN, 775 WORDS
While three of four kids are gone, they are not forgotten. Barely a week goes by when we don't get heartfelt text messages, many of which begin, "need more $$$ . . ."
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