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Please note: This is an analysis and key takeaways of the book and not the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Eric Barker's Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong includes a summary of the book, review, analysis, and key takeaways, and detailed "About the Author" section. Preview: In Barking Up the Wrong Tree, Eric Barker examines the science behind success. In the introductory chapter, Barker explains that much of what we have been told about the qualities that lead to success is incorrect. Instead, we should look at successful people, examine their stories, and learn how to be more like them. Barker also adds that many success stories also contain warnings about what traps we should avoid since the qualities that lead to success can also be detrimental to human happiness. Barking Up the Wrong Tree is a continuation of Barker's successful blog, where he examines research and interviews experts about what makes a successful life. The book is structured into six chapters, each with its own set of lessons for those looking to understand how to cultivate their own success. In the first chapter, Barker illustrates the contradictions behind success by examining the life paths of 81 high school valedictorians. After relatively good college careers, 90 percent of high school valedictorians worked in careers that were in the top 40 percent of the job tier. However, not a single valedictorian in the study went on to change the world. Barker says that we have been advised to play it safe and avert risk, but that this advice often leads to mediocrity. Instead, research shows that the traits that make students impressive in the classroom makes them less likely to be "home-run hitters" once they leave the classroom. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Gilboe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/097652/bk_acx0_097652_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Law - Civil / Private / Trade / Anti Trust Law / Business Law, grade: 2,0, University of applied sciences, Munich, language: English, abstract: This assignment provides an overview of the complexity of data protection and the usage of social networks that US-based companies have to deal with. The world wide web has brought many new opportunities for companies to globalize, expand and to make work processes paperless.Looking at the findings conducted for data protection laws it is a big surprise that the US has not implemented a federal data protection act, even though data protection and privacy is seen as a human right for most economically strong countries including Canada and Europe. Thus, the US data protection acts are split into several industries and works in a 'patchwork system'. This system made it more difficult for the US to trade with the European Union before both parties agreed on an EU-US Privacy Shield to protect European customer data. Secondly, this assignment identifies that Social Networks should not be included in the recruitment process of an employer but can be used as a platform for employees to discuss work processes or for the companies to promote its products and services. This is a legal procedure as long as the content posted is not illegal, obscene, incorrect, defamatory or invasive of privacy. The acceptance and openness for the US citizens to freely communicate online is a consequence of Americas 'free speech' philosophy. Additionally, a Business providing its own social network in form of a blog, content community or social media website is not held liable for the content that is being posted by users, however, the service provider has to have a system in place to be able to delete illegal content.
Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Politik - Grundlagen und Allgemeines, Note: 2.0, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg (Politische Soziologie), Veranstaltung: Einführung in die politische Soziologie: Politische Orientierungen (Seminar), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Diese Arbeit soll untersuchen, ob das Internet die politische Partizipation im Bereich von gesellschaftlich kaum akzeptierten Orientierungen stärkt. Dies wird anhand der Internetseite "Politically Incorrect" (PI) anschaulich gemacht. Der proklamierte Fremdenhass soll ein Beispiel sein für Einstellungen, die ohne die Unterstützung des Internets in unserer multikulturellen Gesellschaft wohl kaum Fuß fassen könnten. Theorien zur politischen Partizipation im Internet werden angeführt und konkret auf jene Islamophobie, die auf PI verbreitet wird, angewendet. Dazu wird vor allem auf die politisch unkonventionelle, rassistisch motivierte Partizipation, die das Internet den Nutzern von "Politically Incorrect" ermöglicht, eingegangen. Diese Arbeit stellt keine empirische Untersuchung dar. Sie stützt sich vorrangig auf einen Vortrag und die Magisterarbeit von Sebastian Hornung, auf die Werke "Politische Partizipation zwischen Konvention und Protest", herausgegeben von Beate Hoecker und "Politische Partizipation jenseits der Konventionen", herausgegeben von Dorothee de Nève und Tina Olteanu, und auf Zeitungsartikel, Berichte und Zeugenaussagen über "Politically Incorrect". Im Zuge der Arbeit soll die Bedrohung, die von politischen Web-Blogs wie "Politically Incorrect" ausgeht, aufgezeigt werden.
Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Miscellaneous, grade: A- bzw. 1,7, Central European University Budapest (Department of Public Policy), course: Enabling Policies for Responding to 'Hate Speech' in Practice, language: English, abstract: In 2004, the German physical education instructor Stefan Herre founded the Islamophobic and extreme right website 'Politically Incorrect'. What started as a small blog of an individual is today the largest German-speaking website for the extreme right and Islam enemies (Spiegel Online 2011). It is ranked among the thousand biggest German websites in terms of traffic and more than 60,000 people visit daily 'Politically Incorrect'. A large part of them come from Austria and Switzerland (Frankfurter Rundschau 2011). Unfortunately, this example shows that even today, more than 60 years after fascism, Muslims often face hostility in both Germany and Austria. The so called 'Hate Speech', and the institutionalization of 'Hate Speech' by websites like 'Politically Incorrect', account for a large part of this hostility. Therefore, the state, which has the responsibility of protecting its citizens, has also the duty to develop effective ways of responding to 'Hate Speech'. This term paper deals with the question whether Germany or Austria have these effective policies for responding to 'Hate Speech'. And if yes, which one of these two countries has better legal or extralegal ways for a response.
Stop wasting your time learning React with incomplete and confusing tutorials. There are so many incorrect, confusing, and out-of-date blog articles One tutorial says one thing and another says something completely different. There are too many options There are fifty different boilerplates and a dozen different Flux implementations. Which one is best? What if you could master the entire framework in less time, with solid foundations, without beating your head against the wall? Imagine how quickly you can get all of your work done with the right tools and best practices. Seriously, let's stop wasting time scouring Google, searching through incorrect, out-of-date, blog posts and get everything you need to be productive in one, well-organized place, complete with both simple and complex examples to get your app up and running. You'll learn what you need to know to work professionally and build solid, well-tested, optimized apps with ReactJS. This book is your definitive guide.
With the popularity of crime dramas like CSI focusing on forensic science, and increasing numbers of police and prosecutors making wide-spread use of DNA, high-tech science seems to have become the handmaiden of law enforcement. But this is a myth,asserts law professor and nationally known expert on police profiling David A. Harris. In fact, most of law enforcement does not embrace science-it rejects it instead, resisting it vigorously. The question at the heart of this book is why. Eyewitness identifications procedures using simultaneous lineups-showing the witness six persons together,as police have traditionally done-produces a significant number of incorrect identifications. Interrogations that include threats of harsh penalties and untruths about the existence of evidence proving the suspect's guilt significantly increase the prospect of an innocent person confessing falsely. Fingerprint matching does not use probability calculations based on collected and standardized data to generate conclusions, but rather human interpretation and judgment.Examiners generally claim a zero rate of error - an untenable claim in the face of publicly known errors by the best examiners in the U.S.Failed Evidence explores the real reasons that police and prosecutors resist scientific change, and it lays out a concrete plan to bring law enforcement into the scientific present. Written in a crisp and engaging style, free of legal and scientific jargon, Failed Evidence will explain to police and prosecutors, political leaders and policy makers, as well as other experts and anyone else who cares about how law enforcement does its job, where we should go from here. Because only if we understand why law enforcement resists science will we be able to break through this resistance and convince police and prosecutors to rely on the best that science has to offer. Justice demands no less. Visit the author's blog here.