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11: The Bulgarian and Soviet Virus Factories
... could be called "criminal negligence." The computer used by T.P. to develope his viruses was also shared by several other people. This is common practice in Bulgaria, where not everyone can have a really "personal" computer to work with. T.P. warned the other users that he is writing viruses, but at this time computer viruses were a completely new idea, so nobody took the warning seriously. Since T.P. didn't bother to clean up after himself, these users got, of course, infected. Unintentionally, they spread the infection further. When asked about the reason of writing viruses, T.P. replied that he did this in order to try several new ideas; to better learn the operating system and several programming tricks. He is not interested in this field any more --- ...
12: Investigating The Style And Te
... journeys become a quest for new experiences and a new way of living, crossing both moral and legal boundaries in search for true freedom. Kerouac uses many techniques to attempt to convey the theme of personal freedom as well as to achieve freedom of expression. Jack Kerouac applies an original, spontaneous style of writing to his novels which helps him to convey his themes. His brilliant use of imagery and his vibrant characterisations also allows him to easily express his feelings and ideas in a way that could not have been achieved otherwise. One aspect of On the Road which allows Kerouac to express the theme of personal freedom is use of a spontaneous method of writing. This method creates a free flowing rhythm and structure, which emphasises the theme of personal freedom due to it s loose style and ability to ...
13: Personal Writing: The Holiday Trip
Personal Writing: The Holiday Trip Sweltering heats fill the room, a hot sticky breeze drifts by my face. Broom Broom Broom its the posties bike coming to a halt beside our old white mailbox. He adds a ... desperately waiting for. I quickly ran outside, stumbling down the stairs on the way. The air mail envelope had two Swedish stamps on it and my name and address written in Sofie's familiar hand writing. I opened the letter and begin to read it: Dear Tim, Hi how is everything in Australia? It is freezing in Sweden at the moment and has been continuously snowing for weeks. Guess What! ...
14: Personal Writing: Taking The Merkler Interest and Personality Type Self Assessment
Personal Writing: Taking The Merkler Interest and Personality Type Self Assessment After taking the Merkler-Interest and Personality Type Self- Assessment, I couldn't wait to read the results because the Myers-Briggs Self-Assessment had been ... for me to do things "by the book." I am more motivated to do things my own way. I greatly value my being independent. The Merkler stated that my "artistic" values are expressed through music, writing, and/or design. This statement rings very true in my case. I have played the piano and saxophone, sang at events, and am learning how to play the guitar. I was also a journalism ...
15: Personal Writing: All About Nothing: The Story of My Life
Personal Writing: All About Nothing: The Story of My Life Perhaps the most important thing that has happened in my life is the fact that nothing really big or important has ever happened in my life. For ... evr died. All of this is very unfortunate, I am sure, because if one of these things had happened I would have been able to find a topic for this very essay which I am writing very easily, and would not have had such a hard time getting this essay in to my teacher on time. Nor have I rescued a little kitten from a tree, which when I think ...
16: Personal Writing: My Room
Personal Writing: My Room There is an old proverb which states "When you are a child, your room is the world to you." I believe this is a very true statement and applies to most children. In ... desk is divided into five main parts: the surface, mechanical things, artistic things, scholastic things, and assorted odds and ends. The surface is where I do my work, it is where my homework, reading and writing happen. The other areas are called exactly what they do. For example, the mechanical section is a group of drawers which holds my hammers, pliers, screwdrivers, ect. On either side of this wooden storage ...
17: Personal Writing: Dreams
Personal Writing: Dreams After I wake up I quickly come to a reality check. Realizing that I will have a white collard job. Working through the ranks from the bottom up to reach a reasonable goal. I ... buy happiness but I think it will help. My estate will contain a few pools and tennis courts. My living room overlooking a sandy beach. My yacht will be stored down by the docks. My personal captain will take me fishing and joy riding. My house will be a marvel of modern architecture. Meager home and white picket fence is my reality. Traveling to a health spa to enjoy a ...
18: Personal Writing: Applying to Indiana University
Personal Writing: Applying to Indiana University As your read this essay, you are probably wondering as to why I would be writing an optional response question. Its simple, in order for Indiana University to get a good understanding of the type of person I am, aside from the high school transcript, SAT or ACT scores, and ...
19: Personal Writing: My Room
Personal Writing: My Room Every time I open the door to my room, waves of hot and musty scents of piss and sweat fill my nose. I have a contentious debate with myself whether or not to ... over again. Suddenly I have the urge to write, so I push the magazines, clothes, small scribblings, and other crap to one side of my love seat, and get out some paper. To increase the writing mood I plug in my flashing Christmas lights and shut off all the others. Only the red and orange lights work though, because my dad accidently stapled the blue and green ones. As I ...
20: Personal Writing: My Dreams
Personal Writing: My Dreams Mundane = Boring. At night, while I'm sleeping, this word never applies to me. Bizarre = Eccentric. This is a word that explains the events that occur in my head while sleeping. My dreams ... main topic of my dreams. I think that is an obvious one! I see my girl-friend every day, and she is always on my mind. My dreams with her get kind of wacky and personal, so I will stop with that subject! I think it's self explanatory. Through out my writing journal and my day journal, I had no similar thoughts or dreams. My dreams are so full ...

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