Knowing that this book is very "wordy", I was excited to determine the readability of the text. To determine this I used a website created by Brian Scott. The site allows users to copy and paste passages from the textbook to be analyzed. From my textbook, I copied and pasted two separate sections. I copied from the introduction of
| Demonstrates effective sense of voice, audience and purpose, one that is evident in such elements as thesis, topic selection and/approach to topic. Discussion is fully developed and convincing.
With this affidavit I am seeking permission to perform a search and seizure for the stolen computer program which would be found in Billy Bagadonuts PREMISES in an electronic form. If I should find a computer or electronic storage media on the premises while searching, I could determine in that situation that I would have probable cause to believe that the stolen electronic computer program may be stored on either the personal computer or an electronic storage medium. The necessity for an off-site examination of an image copy of the hard drive would become crucial because the computer or electronic storage media would be difficult to perform on-site for the following
As humans, we have always looked to develop our environment solely based on tangible content, all done without any dividing barriers. However, throughout recent history, we have been at the forefront of a complete shift in the way that our society functions as a whole. Our newly founded dependency on technology has been more than evident, with it now taking up a substantial chunk out of our daily lives. What once was done exclusively with just pen and paper now has taken the form of something so much more complex and seemingly infinite. As a result of this, our reliance on physical text has transformed into an interest in something much less personal, adding further to the convenience and appeal that books offered. Into the Electronic Millennium by Sven Birkerts dives into this idea head on,
Your address of topics is sufficient due to your concise and straightforward language. However, examining the text chronologically will easily improve the continuity
Mae, who succumbs to technology, illustrates this idea. Moreover, Eggers concludes the novel with Mae completing the Circle. Eggers claim that transparency is inevitable is truly justified by Mae’s acceptance of transparency itself; proving that even the strongest most technologically free people can succumb to the power of transparency. Mae’s disassociation with emotions and everyone close to her also proves Eggers assertion that the digital age will not result in many positive outcomes, on the contrary society will become dependent on technology. This dependency also creates a bridge with other problems such as willingness, totality, and assurance of transparency. More or less transparency has no boundaries between what is acceptable and what is correct to share. While transparency can seem appealing in today’s digital age, it comes with baggage. There is a price to pay for ultimate transparency where knowing everything can result in an emotionless, identical, and withdrawn
Information, that after grasping the concepts being made within the readings, made me think of how this world really operates or perhaps should operate. First up on the reading list for unit three was