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  • Tara Swan

    TARAN SWAN Using the terms you have learned (particularly in Module 2) in this course, describe Taran Swan’s personality. Explain your response by referring to the personality trait and attribute frameworks you’ve learned in this course and evidence in the case. Which of her personality traits and attributes might play a role in how she manages Nickelodeon Latin America Leadership is one of the most common practices that is found and applied on the different organizations around the world.

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  • Auteur

    Fiche auteur |Auteur |Bibliographie |Point du cours |Théorie abordée dans le référentiel | |Joseph Schumpeter  |« Capitalisme, socialisme et |Thème 1.1 Entreprendre et |- Le système capitaliste repose sur | |(1883-1950) |démocratie », 1942 |gérer |l’entrepreneur.  | |Economiste libéral né en | |

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  • Taran Swan at Nickelodean

    antecedents of culture to build and shape the culture at Nickelodean Latin America. Swan and Friedman used the industry and business environment by throwing a brand experience party at Journadas "the largest cable trade show in Latin America." (pg 4). This not only served to build brand awareness but also demonstrated to the executive team and employees how risky ventures can be beneficial. Evidence that this rubbed off on Swan team was displayed when her "big bets" strategy was adapted and "initiatives

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  • Black Swans 42

    2007 book The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nassim Nicholas Taleb (1960 - ). It is hardly an obscure tome, having been on the New York Times bestseller list for several weeks. Before I get to the essence of this essay I believe explaining what the term “Black Swan” means and saying a few words about the author would be in order. It was once thought in the Old World that only white swans existed. Then from Australia came the realization that there were black swans. And no, they

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  • Black History

    2011). This class has shown so many different views on sociology. It explains how different people see society and how they live and interact with them. My theorist of choice is W.E.B Du Bois, because he laid down the foundation for the study of black sociology and the work of scholars such as E. Franklin Frazier (Vissing, 2011). In this paper I will discuss why I feel that W.E.B Du Bois views align with my personal views. W.E.B Du Bois real name is William Edwards Burghardt and was born

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  • Black Holes

    According to the article Black holes first, galaxies second it has been found out that each galaxy has a black hole in the center (16). By observing motions of gas it had been suggested that early galaxies were 30 times as huge as central black holes. Therefore, it has been suggested that galaxies are formed around black holes (16). Doppler shifts show the black hole mass. Astronomers believe that both the hole and the galaxies can stop growing (16). As stated in Spinning Hearts of Darkness “Astronomers

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  • Eva Ibbotson - a Company of Swans

    A Company of Swans Chapter One There was no lovelier view in England, Harriet knew this. To her right, the soaring towers of King's College Chapel and the immaculate lawns sloping down to the river's edge; to her left, the blue and gold of the scillas and daffodils splashed in rich abundance between the trees of the Fellows' Gardens. Yet as she leaned over the stone parapet of the bridge on which she stood, her face was pensive and her feet— and this was unusual in the daughter of a professor

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  • Black Death

    Black Death The Black Death was a devastation full of effects that led to a new revolution all around Europe. The major impact of Black Death was on the economy of the continent. Due to the shortages of labor, the wages increased to a high level. The population loss in Black Death also led to the prices of common commodities like wheat to decrease as well. With the shortage of labor and limited resources, the industry owners had to enhance their working methods. Therefore, an impact of the Black

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  • The Black Swan and Human Perfectionism

    what extend the need of being perfect leads man to its own destruction? Perfection seen through the film “The Black Swan”. Claudia Patricia Villacís Galarza IB Code: 001421-054 Words: 3980 Abstract The research question of this extended essay is: To what extend the need of being perfect leads man to its own destruction? It is an analysis of perfection through the film The Black Swan. In the film the main character, Nina, is an obsessed ballerina who at the end destroyed her own life. I began

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  • Review of the Movie Black Swan

    as her dark side begins to reveal, she gradually comes to the realization of her mother’s creepy possessiveness and begins to defy his mother. Their conflict is at its greatest when Lina discovers her mom’s attempt to stop her from playing the black swan and that’s when she verbally attacks even physically injures her mom. Personally, I think her mother’s over-protectiveness stems from the early setbacks in her career. She holds high expectation for her daughter who is subjected to a very strict

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  • Blacks

    Marcus Garvey was a Jamaican-born black nationalist who created a 'Back to Africa' movement in the United States. He became an inspirational figure for later civil rights activists. Marcus Garvey encouraged African people around the world to be proud of their race and to see beauty in their own kind. A central idea to Garveyism was that African people in every part of the world were one people and they would never advance if they did not put aside their cultural and ethnic differences and contrast

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  • Black Swan Review

    El propósito del presente trabajo es analizar uno de los personajes que aparece en la película “El cisne negro”. El trabajo se encuentra dividido en tres partes. Primero, se presentará los postulados básicos del modelo elegido. Segundo, se darán a conocer las características del personaje escogido para su análisis y que se pueden apreciar en el largometraje. Tercero, se verán dichas características bajo el punto de vista del modelo psicológico planteado. Finalmente se presenta una pequeña conclusión

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  • Swans Ice Arena

    pastime. The owner, David Swan, has a successful business strictly renting the rink to hockey leagues and charging admissions to games along with concession sales. David wants to expand his business and include skating for the public as he sees a very high profit potential with that. He has made investments in making his rink more into a skating environment and the results are dismal, so he is questioning his choices and wants to know is options going forward. One thing Mr. Swan can look at is how he

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  • Black Swan Events

    Black Swann events are rare events, highly impactful and unpredictable but can be prepared for. A true Black Swan event have three features, first it must surprise the viewer, second must have an extreme impact and lastly the nature of the event is predictable after it has already happened. Black Swan events implicate a major loss or damage to an asset, they progress rapidly and for a period of time, the astonishing fact is that after the event has occurred then the antecedent evidence is noted

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  • Black Swan/ Yellow Wallpaper

    “Black Swan” - “Yellow Wallpaper” Why can one only lose their self entirely or free oneself by creating an alternate reality in their own mind? If we compare the “Black Swan to the “Yellow Wallpaper,” maybe then we can begin to answer this question. “In the film 'Black Swan', Nina, always a white swan, begins to explore her Shadow (her black swan) for her lead role in 'Swan Lake'. I'm struck by the factors and presences pushing and pulling Nina into

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  • Black Body

    At the beginning of the 20th century Quantum Mechanical theory was established after the collapse of classical mechanics. It starts with the discovery of electromagnetic energy quantization by Max Planck needed to explain black body radiation distribution as a function of frequency and temperature. He explained it by a model where resonators can emit radiation only by quanta of energy. Later Bohr predicted the Quantum Mechanical model for the Hydrogen atom, using Planck’s constant as a measure for

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  • David Swan

    DAVID SWAN by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-1864) ________________________________________ We can be but partially acquainted even with the events which actually influence our course through life, and our final destiny. There are innumerable other events--if such they may be called--which come close upon us, yet pass away without actual results, or even betraying their near approach, by the reflection of any light or shadow across our minds. Could we know all the vicissitudes of our fortunes, life

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  • Auteur Theory

    The Cinematic Auteur Steven Spielberg Auteur Theory says that a director's film reflects the director's personal creative vision, as if they were the primary "auteur" (the French word for "author"). In spite of the production of the film as part of an industrial process, the auteur's creative voice is distinct enough to shine through all kinds of studio interference and through the collective process.” Steven Spielberg is now recognized as one of Hollywood’s leading auteurs; a filmmaker who

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  • Standpoint Theory

    Standpoint Theory A standpoint is a place from which we view the world that determines what we focus on as well as what we don’t know. The standpoint is a specific location in time and space that determines how one sees the world. The social groups like sexuality, socio economic status, gender, etc. we belong to shape how we see the world and how we communicate. Not that everyone in that social group will have the exact same view point but they’ll be closer to each other. Now, the problem is that

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  • Black Swan and Yellow Wallpaper

    Documents Stack Welcome to Mac OS X Leopard. The Dock in Leopard has a sleek new look and a new feature called Stacks. With Stacks, you can quickly access frequently used files right from the Dock. Stacks are simple to create. Just drag any folder to the right side of the Dock and it becomes a stack. Click a stack and it springs from the Dock in either  a fan or a grid. To open a file in a stack, click the  file once. Mac OS X Leopard includes two premade stacks called Documents and Downloads. You

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  • Wild Swans

    Wild Swans Book Review The book, Wild Swans, is a biography of the author Jung Chang’s family history. The setting of the book is during the period of Mao Zedong’s Communist takeover in China that occurred in the 1900’s. The book is called the “Three Daughters of China” because it tells how things were in China during her mother’s, grandmother’s, and her own period of living there. The book discuses in detail all the pain and suffering theses three women endured during their life. Even

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  • Black Space and Black Places

    Jasmine Jones SOC 431-01 11/29/2014 “Black Spaces, Black Places” Summary Things evolve and recurring in history which is very amazing how those things happen. People have been involved in interracial relationships far back as history have been recorded. Just like has research has claimed how the world was one big continent at one point then there was a continental drift. People were then mixed into different cultures and “races”. Even dated back to slavery times, Slave masters were sleeping

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  • Black Holes

    Black Holes – Bending Time and Space Authors Note Explaining this phenomenon would literally take hundreds of pages, so I will try to be brief but yet provide meaningful explanations. It must be noted that some details must be dealt with in an abstract manner to avoid intricate mathematical explanations. Theory Definition Black holes are considered by many to be the most bizarre objects to ever exist in this universe. It is a theorized phenomenon in which an object or a region of space

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  • Taran Swan

    Situation: Taran Swan, an M.B.A from Harvard Business School was visionary executive of Nickelodeon channel. In 1995, she salvaged the launch operation in Germany from its initial failure and while doing so she learned some of the important lesson related to the complexity of the international operation. Earlier, as the Director of Business Development of Nickelodeon international, Swan wanted to explore the opportunity in the Latin American market. But due to volatile economy of the Latin American

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  • Black Helicopters

    Black Helicopters, fact or fiction? Imagine discovering a tiny helicopter living inside you and feeding off your nutrients, sounds impossible right? Wrong. According the theory The New World Order (NWO) has created a microscopic fully-functioning helicopter via biotechnology in attempts to take over the world. Many people defend the theory of these “Black Helicopters”. Not much is known about Black Helicopters. What we do know is they are autonomous agents –life forms- created by the NWO. Using

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  • Black Friday

    Black Friday is the annual shopping holiday that occurs on the Friday following Thanksgiving. It is mostly a shopping ritual to those people living in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Black Friday is a significant day to many retail stores because it is referred to as the start of the Christmas or holiday shopping season. The origin of the popular Black Friday dates back to before 1961, in Philadelphia, where it was formally used to describe the heavy vehicle and pedestrian traffic. It was

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  • Swan- Davis, Inc. Case

    Swan-Davis, Inc. Executive Summary We were assigned the task of analyzing Swan Davis’ capital value based on their current market performance. Currently, Swan Davis’ capital is comprised of bonds and equity. They have two types of bonds. Bond A is a highly liquid bond last priced at $1092 but has a fair market value of $813 due to the fact that the ratings of Swan Davis’ bonds decreased from A to BB. Bond B is an illiquid bond that was last priced at $850 but again due to the ratings of their

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  • Taran Swan at Nickelodeon

    Taran swan at nickelodeon latin america | Organizational BehaviorDosen : Ely Susanto, MBA, PhDKelas : Eksekutif B 29 C.Kelompok 6 1. Carolina Ayu 2. Putri Perdana Sari 3. Hendrik Frederick Sapulete 4. Nyaryanti 5. Rizky Rizaldi Indrawan | | | Taran swan at nickelodeon latin america | Organizational BehaviorDosen : Ely Susanto, MBA, PhDKelas : Eksekutif B 29 C.Kelompok 6 6. Carolina Ayu 7. Putri Perdana Sari 8. Hendrik Frederick Sapulete 9. Nyaryanti

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  • My Swan Song

    My Swan Song By Forrest Winkler “….The ‘swan song’ has become an idiom referring to a final theatrical or dramatic appearance, or any final work or accomplishment. It generally carries the connotation that the performer (in this case me) is aware that this is the last performance of his lifetime, and is expending everything in one magnificent final effort….” The above sentence describes my very life circumstances as it is today. For you see, I am no longer the younger man of times past. No, I

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  • Black

    Yet, the term that Ghettopoly game uses are offensive and looks it pointing to the black people. For example, they use like, playas, pimps, Marijuana, hos, crack addicts refers to Americans imagined in black experience; Those terms and images are spread throughout our young society. but it is a stereotype to just point it toward black people because not all black people use those kind of terms, and it makes black people look bad and irresponsible. The game could reinforce negative perceptions in

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  • Movie Critique - Black Swan

    Movie Critique The focus of this critique is on the film Black Swan, directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, and Vincent Cassel. A movie about a young woman’s consuming desire for perfection as a ballerina in the role of a lifetime. Throughout this film the mise-en-scene was raw and grainy with diverse camera angles that gave an out of control feel that added to the instability within the scenes. As the film progresses the viewer becomes increasingly unsure

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  • Black on Black Racism

    Black on Black racism : The Dominican republic ethnic cleansing What is the difference between an Haitian and a Dominican? People usually respond to race-related discussion in various emotional ways that range from deep culpability and embarrassment to extreme pride and hatred toward another group. Recently several stories reported in national or international news seem to add more focus to the ongoing debate about racial discrimination between black and white. But my concern is how to deal

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  • Into a Black Hole

    wertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm Into a black hole Lectures by Stephen Hawking 31/03/2015 DUBOIS Arnaud | ------------------------------------------------- Contents 1. Introduction 3 2. Main Part 3 2.1. Stephen Hawking 3 2.2. The evolution of a star 4 2.2.1. Small star 4 2.2.2. Large star 5 2.3. The black hole 6 2.3.1. Wormholes 6 2.3.2. Back to reality 7 2.3.3. Supermassive black holes 7 2.4. Critics 8 3. Conclusion 9 4. Personal Opinion

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  • Comet C/2006 M4 Swan

    Term Paper “Comet C/2006 M4 SWAN”. GEOL 208/2- “The Earth, Moon and Planets” Fall 2006 - Lec AA Xxxxxx Xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx ID# xxxxxxxx Due Date: December 5th, 2006 Page 1 Comets are beautiful. When in close proximity to heat, comet like objects become enveloped in gases that glow in light, they become even more magnificent when approaching close proximity to the sun. The tails of comets extend greater distances due to increased amount of sublimed gases as the intensity of light and heat

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  • Black Swan

    What is a Black Swan? My first thought when it was mentioned in class during the semester was the film Black Swan that hit theatres in 2011. I, of course, was completely wrong. A Black Swan in the business world, or as Taleb explains, anywhere in the world is an event that comes as surprise effects things drastically and is often looked upon as something that should have been seen coming in hindsight. The Black Swan theory was popularized by Nassim Nicholas Taleb, and is defined as an event that

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  • Flaws with Black Scholes and Exotic Greeks

    Flaws with Black Scholes & Exotic Greeks Treasury Perspectives Flaws with Black Scholes & Exotic Greeks 1 Flaws with Black Scholes & Exotic Greeks 2 Flaws with Black Scholes & Exotic Greeks Dear Readers:It’s been a difficult and volatile year for companies across the Globe. We have seen numerous risk management policies failures. To name a few... UBS, JPM Morgan, Libor manipulations by European, US and Japanese banks and prominent accounting scandals like Lehman… As rightly

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  • Eng 225 Week 4 Dq the Cinematic Auteur Theory

    ENG 225 WEEK 4 DQ THE CINEMATIC AUTEUR THEORY To purchase this visit following link: Contact us at: SUPPORT@ACTIVITYMODE.COM ENG 225 WEEK 4 DQ THE CINEMATIC AUTEUR THEORY ENG 225 Week 4 DQ The Cinematic Auteur Theory The Cinematic Auteur. Auteur theory in film suggests not only that a director is the primary author of a film, but also that the film must be analyzed within the context of the director’s other

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  • Critics of Black Swan

    roles they take part of, their approach to their assigned roles has to dominate their thoughts at some time. Aronofsky displays a reality of today’s society of a double personality disorder, it does not necessarily have to be an exorcism where some demonic, evil creature takes completely over your body, but a regular everyday average person that suffer from this disorder. The Black Swan displays hidden realities of the world of entertainment and its high stakes. The rigorous, extraordinary amount

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  • The Woman in Black

    THE WOMAN IN BLACK THEMES Little Words, Big Ideas Betrayal Sure, we'll buy that Jennet was betrayed. Her sister forcibly took away her only child and then allowed—at least from Jennet's perspective—him to die in a horrible accident. Way to take care of... Isolation Since The Woman in Black is more or less set in the middle of nowhere among bogs and fogs, it makes sense that a lot of the book is basically a how-to guide on being scared and alone. In the book,... Revenge To Jennet, revenge

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  • Black Swan

    A Black Swan is a sudden, and an unexpected event with a major impact and consequences. There are negative black swans such as wars, natural disasters, and pandemic, and there are positive black swans such as the internet, Harry Potter books, and scientific discoveries. All those phenomena have deeply impacted the world, and transformed lives. Nassin Nicholas Taleb was forced out of Lebanon because of a civil war that was thought unimaginable due to the secular characteristic of its society The

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  • Black Aesthetics

    “…Although the play takes place within the Black community, the themes of alcoholism, parental abuse, and self abuse are universal themes and that is the author’s intent— to show universality. -Dael Orlandersmith, Playwright of “Yellowman” In Mikell Pinkney’s On the Historical Development of African American Dramatic Theory; or, The Roots of Black Theatre Aesthetics, the reader is introduced to the dramaturgical criteria for “serious” African American theatre which is that it is: about us, by

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  • Black Lives Matter

    way we are set up with the culture we should come together as one. Hatred always comes up and we became prejudice towards different racial group. African Americans came up with a movement called “black lives matter”. Black lives matter is an activist movement founded in the United States by three black activist: Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi. Similar to the “all lives matter” movement that was in after Bush left the office. On Huffpost, David Goldberg came up with “"All lives matter"

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  • Black Holes

    Sigmund 1  Trent Sigmund  Joy Corwin  Comp & Rhetoric I  30 September 2015  Black Abyss   Black holes make up some of the most mysterious objects in space. Black holes go  around our way of thinking by generating mind­bending illusions and defying physics. They  possess different laws that to any ordinary human being would seem impossible. Since their  discovery, scientists conduct experiment after experiment trying to unlock their greatest secrets.  Bundles of information has been discovered about these dark

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  • Eng 225 Week 4 Dq the Cinematic Auteur Theory New

    ENG 225 Week 4 DQ The Cinematic Auteur Theory NEW To Buy This material Click below link he Cinematic Auteur. Auteur theory in film suggests not only that a director is the primary author of a film, but also that the film must be analyzed within the context of the director’s other films. Directors create certain expectations with their films much in the same way authors create certain expectations with

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  • Black Fem

    Black feminism is a school of feminism that was founded on the belief that factors such as racism, sexism, and class discrimination are all interwoven factors that lead to oppression, as these factors cannot be separated, but must be tackled together as a unit. Black feminists strive to liberate black women from oppression as they believe this will lead to freedom for all, as factors such as racism, sexism and class oppression will then be eliminated, freeing all people from the boundaries and constraints

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  • Black Death

    Impact of Black Death HIS 103 World Civilizations Donnie Burnette April 4th 2011 The Impact of Black Death Black Death was known by several names such as Black Death, the Bubonic Plague and the Black plague. Regardless of what you call

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  • Auteur Theory : Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan)

    Auteur Theory: Translated from the French, auteur simply means "author". There have been varied perceptions regarding this theory, its importance and effectiveness. Auteur theory is essentially “a method of evaluating films based on the director’s involvement and input”. The concept of ‘Auteur’ was first introduced by François Truffaut in 1954 in A Certain Tendency in French Cinema.(1) In this work he claimed that film is a great medium for expressing the personal ideas of the director. He suggested

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  • The Black Death

    The Black Death Ashford University World Civilizations I Todd HIS 103 February 21, 2012 The Black Death Another name for the Middle Ages is “The Dark ages” which was an era of inventors, discovery and trade. China’s ports were a renowned place for traders as many would travel around the world to trade goods. at the docks, thousands of people eagerly waiting for ships to return looking for goods from distant places. In October 1347, trading ships docked at the Sicilian port of Messina

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  • The Black Swan Event

    The theory of black swan events was developed by Nassim Taleb to explain the unpredictability of very rare high impact events that are normally beyond normal human expectations. The theory of black swan events has become a metaphor for unexpected events that cause shock and awe to victims and/or observers, and that these victims/observers who after experiencing the shock and awe of the unexpected event, tend to rationalize or find explanations that fit the ocurrence of the mishap among normal events

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  • Black Swan

    For the past two weeks I’ve been reading a book entitled Tyrell. The author of the novel is Coe Booth. This was an extremely interesting book in my opinion. Genres included in the text were realistic fiction and fantasy. The two complimented the story really well. It’s a story about a teen that’s homeless, and feels money is the only way out. He plans to have a party, but it seemed he would end up like his father in jail. Though the odds are against him, Tyrell makes it out with more money than

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