Josh Scogin

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  • Descriptive Essay : ' The Golden Chariot '

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    One thing that almost everyone in the world desires is love. The presence of someone you’re comfortable with can be pure bliss. Pluto lived by this phrase, he wanted nothing more in this world other than love or friendship. Pluto arrived on earth on his luxurious chariot carried by powerful black steeds while dressed in his best royal blue cloak. His golden chariot was encrusted with various precious gemstones, it also had wheels made of pure silver and seats of coffee brown cashmere. Even though

  • Elizabeth Short, The Famous Black Dahlia

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    It’s January 15, 1947 the time is 10 am, local Leimert Park, Los Angeles resident, Betty Bersinger was walking down the street with her daughter when she noticed what she thought was a mannequin in an empty lot. With further investigation she noticed it was a real body and she rushed to a nearby house to call the police. So the question is, who’s body was it? The answer? Elizabeth Short, the famous Black Dahlia. Elizabeth was born in Boston July 29, 1924 to her parents Cleo and Phoebe Short. Her

  • A Brief Note On The Powered By Genesis

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    story: Only a small number of you are reading all the way through articles on the Web. I’ve long suspected this, because so many smart-alecks jump in to the comments to make points that get mentioned later in the piece. But now I’ve got proof. I asked Josh Schwartz, a data scientist at the traffic analysis firm Chartbeat, to look at how people scroll through Slate articles. Schwartz also did a similar analysis for other sites that use Chartbeat and have allowed the firm to include their traffic in its

  • Argumentative Essay On Technology And Technology

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    on this new technological age expressing how they think that robots and artificial intelligence will change our world for the better both Kevin Kelly’s “Better than Human”, Clive Thompson’s “Smarter than You Think”, as well as Brooke Gladstone and Josh Neufeld’s “The Influencing Machines” explore. On the other hand, skeptics tend to write about how these new technologies are tainting our own capabilities and making us more dependent rather than relying on our own skills, says Nicholas Carr in his

  • Polar Express Psychology

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    Innocence, trust, truth, and calmness are all different feelings that one might have or encounter in their life. Most of these feelings are felt as a child and as a parent more often. Blue is conservative and calming in a positive aspect. But blue can also relate to sadness, lonely, cold, or depressing, in a more negative way. You feel these things when you feel betrayed, lied to, or the loss of a loved one. Blue can stimulate so many feelings depending on a situation. The Polar Express and the poem

  • Once The World Transitioned Into The “Digital Age”, Many

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    Once the world transitioned into the “digital age”, many believed that advanced movements in technology would positively impact everyone. Some would argue that this is the case several decades later, as people are becoming more comfortable with using technology on a regular basis. However, there has been many people who have came to the conclusion that the use of technology on a daily basis has negatively effected the ability of humans to effectively think or portray information. Technology has

  • Technology : The Positive And Negative Effects Of Technology

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    Technology affects almost every aspect of society and can be used as a device to spread the word which alters the way that many people live their lives. In the graphic novel “The influencing machines”, written by journalist Brooke Gladstone and cartoonist Josh Neufeld, the authors embrace the reluctant views towards the history of technology while arguing the positive and negative effects when dealing with false accusations that are brought to people's attention. People don’t fear technology itself, they

  • Personal Narrative: Am I CHEF

    833 Words  | 4 Pages

    Before my grandmother was a Mimis, She was a Deabenderfer. Her grandparents were Buggeys. In the Buggeys household on friday nights boxing was the highlight. Many times the middle room was the way to the bathroom. So the kids were forced to walk around the house, rain or shine to get to the bathroom. In 2010, one of my grandmothers cousins asked to have me signed up for boxing. The idea of myself dishing out my childhood pains and bad memories was like finding a diamond in the rough. My Grandparents

  • Black Hawk Down Analysis

    705 Words  | 3 Pages

    I’m proud of ‘Black Hawk Down’ because I think it told a provocative story and it was honest. It could have had more opportunity to tell both sides of the story, but I’m still proud of it.” (Josh Hartnett). This quote overall proves that Black Hawk Down is a valuable book for teens since, it provides the truth of what happens during war and if you are not prepared and it provides advanced vocabulary terms. In the book Black Hawk Down there is a lot of advanced vocabulary, certain styles of language

  • The Influencing Machine Summary

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    Brooke Gladstone and Josh Neufeld are the authors of the article “The Influencing Machines”. This article is about technology and is written through a comic-style form. Gladstone’s main idea on this article is that we should not fear technology. Gladstone’s and Neufeld’s comic-style article about technology is the best way to convey her argument because it gives visuals to express her argument, has a different form of arrangement of her details and thesis, and she gives examples of modern technology