Improving Processes

Improving Processes: Chipotle Mexican Grill This report is to discuss the findings from observations made at the Chipotle restaurant on Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando. Observations were made on Monday August 9, 2010 with the first time frame from noon to 1 p. m. and the second time frame from 3 p. m. to 4 p. m. These […]

America & Its Culture of Consumption

America and its Culture of Consumption: A Response to Questions Raised in Garbage Land Donna Gentile November 28, 2010 Course Section: 76-100-P ICE – Common Reader Essay These days it seems like “sustainability” is the buzzword we hear a lot about. “Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own […]

Anti-Italianism in the United States

The reputation of Italian Americans has been marked by complex and ongoing negotiations of ethnic identity, ascent from the working class, and ongoing perceptions of support for criminal gangs. Movies from early on loaded their films with Italian gangsters. After 1915 heartbreaking melodramas of destitution and misfortune adopted instead a combination of muted ‘othering’ and universal characterizations. [1] […]

Hard Rock International – Crm

Hard Rock International is chain of cafes, hotels, casinos, and theme parks spread across 53 countries. It has the world’s largest collection of rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia that the customers can see when they visit any of Hard Rock’s locations. Hard Rock’s main business model was built around a customer-centric approach. As the business was growing, the customer […]

Response Paper to Nice People Dancing to Good Country Music

The second show for the ASU Theatre season was Nice People Dancing to Good Country Music. The show was directed by Bob Simpson and written by Lee Blessing. The show is completely a “Slice of Life” play for the reason that it depicts the everyday life of these almost ordinary characters. Mr. Blessing addresses the idea of “understanding […]

Life of Joseph Stalin: A Dictator

Joseph Stalin lived from 1879 till 1953. Stalin was one of the most ruthless communist dictators of all time. After Lenin’s death, Stalin pushed his way to the top and was set out to make the Soviet Union into an industrial power. In 1928, Stalin proposed the Five Year Plans, which were to build heavy industry, transportation, and […]

How Knowledge Is Gained?

How is knowledge gained? What are the sources? To what extent might these vary according to age, education, and cultural background? As we grow old we will continue to learn new things in life, weather it’s how to ride a bike or learn about our heritage and certain religions. We constantly increase our knowledge in various ways to […]

Formula Student Car

The design of a Formula Student race car: a case study A Mihailidis*, Z Samaras, I Nerantzis, G Fontaras, and G Karaoglanidis Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece The manuscript was received on 28 November 2008 and was accepted after revision for publication on 5 March 2009. DOI: 10. 1243/09544070JAUTO1080 Abstract: This paper presents […]

How Do Mobile Phones Affect Our Lives?

Mobile phones have become a necessity for life, and without this thin gadget, many people would feel incomplete. We now use mobile phones in our everyday life as a phone, voice recorder, diary, alarm clock, watch and for making and confirming appointments, dealing with clients etc. Mobile phones are for many, fundamental when organising their lives. Mobile phones […]

Take a Stand

Will Brenes Ferre English 11B October 7, 2010 Take a Stand- “People have become too dependent on computers. ” In 1981, IBM sold the first “PC”, made from an 8088 processor with a clock speed of 4. 77 MHz. It wasn’t the first computer ever made, but it was the first computer sold to ordinary people. We have […]


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