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things on their own and sometimes things that they wouldn’t be proud of in the future.
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The value of things VS the price of things

The value of things VS the price of things A value can be much more than simple numbers, a value can show what memories, connections and contact people have with a thing. But what exactly is a thing? Well a thing is something lifeless, an item for a certain purpose, it’s something for certain use. When we take a look at the word named „price“, what does it mean? A price usually is seen as a number, as how much something costs. Things can be „overpriced“, but never „overvalued“. An item of high value could have no price, but at the same time an high priced item, could have no value. It’s this way because people see differently, people have different memories and emotions to remember. But as in this world today, price matters. People can’t afford anything, price means something as well, it can show how wealthy you are, how much someone can mean to you. Price is just a number, it shows how much something pays. Price is basically a...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Artikli kokkuvõte akadeemilises inglise keeles „Understanding the Internet of Things (IoT)“

The future of mobile connectivity goes beyond tablets and cars, allowing to connect virtually everything. It is assumed that there will be a significant rise of connected devices throughout the world, allowing the growth of new services, transforming the way people work and live. The lack of human interaction will probably cause the emergence of new business models and promote the delivery of services across diverse socio-economic sectors. A research by Machina Research predicts that the Internet of Things is likely to boost the economy by an enormous amount up to US$ 4.5 trillion yearly. The needs of variable industries are already met by the use of Machine to Machine (M2M) solutions using wireless networks. Being a relatively new sector, the M2M connections are expected to grow up to 55% a year in Europe, North Am...

Akadeemiline inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Kokkuvõte artiklist „How to Be A Great Leader: Inspiring Others To Do Remarkable Things

Kokkuvõte videost : „How to Be A Great Leader: Inspiring Others To Do Remarka ble Things Tavaliselt meie töötame inimestega ,keda me kutsume kolleegideks, aga atmosfäärkeskkond tööl muutub,kui hakkame kutsuma ja suhtuma nendesse nagu õedesse ja vendadesse. Just juhtkond loob keskkonda tööl. Kui juht loob õiget atmosfääri, siis inimesed hakkavad tegema õigeidtähelepanuväärseid asju. Inimesed on „sotsiaalsed loomad“.Meie õnn,edu,kõik sõltub inimeste suhtumisest meisse.Kui sa paned hea proffesionaali valesse töö keskkonda ,siis ta hakkab tegema valeid asju.Kui sa lood gruppile inimestest head töökeskkonda ,siis nad hakkavad tegema õigeid asju.Just juht vastutab õige töökeskkonna eest.Kui sa lood keskonda,kus inimesed tunnevad ennast turvaliselt ,siis inimene hakkab sind usaldama ja tegema sinuga koostööd.Vaja pidada meeles,et usaldus ja koostöö on seotud inimeste tundedega,see ei ole instruktsioon või mingisugune mehhanism.Sa ei saa anda inimesele õppida esitlust,et ta hakkaks sin us...

Juhtimine - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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The best things in life are free

Without it we'd have no home to live in, no food to eat and no clothes to wear. Earning a lot of money is the goal of people in their lives. But even if you have millions of dollars, there are some things that you'll never have with money. Many people are born with a some kind of talent. Money can certainly advance your skills by buying music lessons or coaching sessions, but money cannot buy a talent. People can learn to do certain things well by taking lessons but the true gift to do it well can't be bought. Even after years of lessons you can't really play piano or sing as well a person who have the real talent from birth. Money doesn't confer good behavior. There are many rich people who are rude and with no manners but also there are plenty of poor people who demonstrate perfect manners and respect for others. The amount of money you have doesn't show if you behav...

inglise teaduskeel - Keskkool
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Essay - The best things in life are free

It's certainly true that money can't buy you happiness, but can you truly be happy if you don't have any money at all? On one hand, things like food, clothes and having a decent home to live in are quite essential to living a happy and normal life. These are basic needs that humans have, but none of those are free and they all cost money. But, for all that money is useful and good to have around, for all that it can buy, there are quite a few things that it can't buy. Money can't buy you thing like friends and family, love, health, knowledge and intelligence, and the list could go on and on. At the end of the day, these are the things that matter the most and this goes to show that the best things in life are really free. It's important to state that the saying can be either true or false, but it all depends on what a certain person thinks is best in life. For ex...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Books are not absolutely dead things

c Books are not absolutely dead things Books have been our mates many centuries. They give you a lot of knowledge, they make you feel happy, but sometimes also sad too. If you have read any book through, one is certain ­ your life is not the same anymore as it was. So, a question comes to my mind ­ if books are material things, they can not speak, they can not do anything to you, they just lay on the table, then how they can influence your life sometimes so much? They are all written by humans. But the interesting thing actually is, that in his lifetime, human being is the smartest on this planet and can make big things, but this is all transient. Humans die. But if human creates something, for example, a book, then it may live centuries. Books are like the continuation of the book writers life. Human's mind can fo...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Review Of Donald Norman Design Of Everyday Things

Donald Norman's Design of Everyday Things is that kind of book. It reads effortlessly, for the most part, it entertains and for a non-fictional book, that's a rare quality; but most importantly, meanwhile, it educates. DOET, very aptly renamed from Psychology of Everyday Things, while having its shortcomings, goes a great mile towards providing a starting point for newcomers in the field, quite concisely summing up humankind's experiences in design, common errors and best practices, while also providing some scientific basis for many conclusions. Quite notably, Norman's background is in cognitive science and mathematical psychology, which grants him enough of authority to author an endeavor such as this and not be questioned as to what he himself has designed and whether those products could be put on pedestal as examples of good design. The whole book can be summed up as a cry of frustration with "the lack of attention the maker pays to the user" (p.??), but it's not...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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THE VALUE OF THINGS VS THE PRICE OF THINGS

Every person value things variously. It depends on people, what they think is important for them, some people value expensive things like diamonds or highly rated technology, some people on the other value things that are not financially valuable, like family, love or friends. The value of things is quite different from the price of things. A good example to prove it, is Apple. The price of Apple products are simply overrated. Iphone is like any other phone, but people buy it just to be popular and because everyone else are buying them. For Apple it is good of course, because they are serving benefits. Other example are designer clothes. The value of these clothing items are like clothes from basics shops. Designers sell their clothings for thousands and people are buying them. I think the reason, why people are buying such exp...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Argumentative essay - time changes things

There are also people who disagree with that and say that you actually have to change things yourself. It is my opinion that time is irrevelant and you have to change things yourself. At first, you may conclude that time does indeed change things, but is that an accurate conclusion? It’s true that time constantly moves on and we live in a constantly changing environment. But that doesn’t make time responsible for change. For example, if you are depressed and you cry constantly and you don’t make a change, the same problem will be in your face very day. Time and Change are both constant, but their relationship is random. Over the passage of time, changes will take place, but what that change will be is not controlled by time. In conclusion, If you want things to change for the better, you can eithe...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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People always loved creating things themselves

When a lot of down-to-earth lifehacks appeal to me, like this one with quick egg shell pealing, for which you only need to shake an boiled egg in a glass jar with water. But sometimes those life hack and diy videos get to far and stop being useful. Whether they are too stupid or too complicated to recreate requiring lots of materials they become unuseful. So let me show you some examples of extremely viral «lifehacks» your first mpression of which would probably be «who's idea it even was?» The first one: tired of cleaning up the dishes ­ just cover your plate with food film. Next one ­ suddenly need to make a stand for a phone ­ use some clothes clips and a line. Another very useful diy ­ a bath rag out of hosepipe because of course it will take less time and money and this rag will be the centre of attenti...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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To like and dislike the same things, that is indeed true friendship

You have to have trust, respect, humour and many other things with the person so he or she could become a good friend. But maybe one of the most important things is to have something in common. When I think about my best friends then I can really see how much we have in common. We very often think the same about life, things and people. We share very many viewpoints and agree on so many things. There is always something to talk about and fun never ends. It's sometimes great to have somebody who shares your ideas. Then you know that you are not alone and you can complain to someone who really understands. On the other hand, I can also see, when looking at my friendships, that having the same ideas and thoughts can sometimes be disturbing and boring. I like to be different. I like to have my own thoughts and understandings. It can b...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 1osa-Ben Edwards

6 Part Beginners Guitar Course - Part One A FREE Mini Course Brought to You by Jamorama ­ The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit YOU HAVE CONFIRMED YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JAMORAMA NEWSLETTER AND THE FREE 6 PART GUITAR MINI COURSE! Hi there and welcome to Part One of the Beginners Mini- Course on Learning How to Play the Guitar. This mini- course gives you a taste of what's covered in Jamorama - The Ultimate Guitar Learning Kit! Ben Edwards - In this course you will learn powerful tips and skills to get you Creator of playing the guitar with the fluency and accuracy of a Jamorama professional, and by the end of it you will be able to play a full song by yourself. In my mini-course, this is what you'll learn: Part One--Introduction to the Guitar and How to Play Chords · Getting into Position...

Muusika - Keskkool
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Kitarrikursus algajatele 3osa-Ben Edwards

The download links are below (right click on the link and select "save as"): Dial Up Broadband QuickTime - Exercise 2 (861 KB) QuickTime - Exercise 2 (2.33 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 2 (1.40 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 2 (2.88 MB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 2 (502 KB) Adding the up and down strum may mean that this will take a little longer to master than the previous chord changing exercises in lesson 2. Don't worry though, just keep working away at it until you can play along comfortably with the audio track provided. Now we will move onto the next exercise. This one starts in A and then goes to G. Once again I would like you continue with the up and down strum and the counting aloud as in the previous exercises in this lesson. Before you do however, I just want to mention a couple of things . You will notice that in the video for this lesson, I play the A chord using a different method than the one that I taught you in lesson 1. I just want to make the point that there are many fingering variations to many chords and none of them are wrong. If you find a way to play a chord that is easier for you, then use it. That said, try playing the A chord the way I play it on the video and see if it works for you. Video and Audio Available: Dial Up Broadband QuickTime - Exercise 3 (859 KB) QuickTime - Exercise 3 (2.33 MB) WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 3 (1.40 WindowsMediaPlayer - Exercise 3 (2.87 MB) MB) Audio Audio mp3 - Exercise 3 (502 KB) You're doing great here! For the final exercise we will play all three chords we have learned. Just as a quick note, when you play a group of chords in order it is called a `progression' or a `chord progres...

Muusika - Keskkool
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New-Zealand

Misso Keskkool New Zealand Precis Compiler: Maiki Joakit Instructor: Mailis Teppo Misso 2011 New Zealand is an island country in the south-western Pacific Ocean comprising two main landmasses (the North Island and the South Island), and numerous smaller islands, most notably Stewart IslandRakiura and the Chatham Islands. The indigenous Mori language name for New Zealand is Aotearoa, commonly translated as land of the long white cloud. Population (1998): 3,801,000.New Zealand is notable for its geographic isolation; it is situated about 2,000 kilometres (1,200 mi) southeast of Australia across the Tasman Sea, and its closest neighbours to the...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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Sports Centre

The sports centre includes a gym, budo hall, dance hall, swimming pool and a room where you can play pall games. I think Jyri sports centre has more advantages than disadvantages. I am rather optimistic and think it is such a privilege that we have sports centre in jyri. Thanks to the sports centre there is many hobbies you can choose from. You can learn different martial arts, different dances, basketball, football and table tennis. you can take swimming lessons and much more. When you just want to take a time out you can take a steam bath, a regular sauna or just relax in a bubble bath. To me jyri sports centre has only one disadvantage. That you have to pay for these things which the sports centre includes. I find this as a disadvantage because in these hard times I do not have the luxury to go swimming or visit the gy...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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It was a perfectly ordinary Friday evening

Dark, muddy and full moon shining in the sky.Parents decided to go to our summer cottage on this weekend. It is a little old house in the woods, but not far from our house there are ohter summer cottages. Father helped us carry things into the house, after that sister and I decided to take a walk in the woods. Mom asked us to be careful, because people were talking about a creature that was hairy, fast and with bloody eyes and sharp teeth. We thought it is unbelivable and funny, just for people could have something to talk about. After all it seemed impossible. We took different way than usually. We walked until we came to an old, ugly, deserted house. Curiosity was so great that we forgot mom's advice. Approaching the house we saw window frames covered with cobwebs . We decided to open the door even tough we were frightened... Creeeek! We trembled and took a step back .. we realized that it was just the floor board .. we moved on .. it was dark and freaky. Moving to the next room, we found an old broken sofa with black table.The room next to us opened up a hideous view so that I nearly fainted. Hanging down from the ceiling our neightbour. Her skin was blue and...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Book report/review "The Snow Child"

The author was inspired by the Russian fairytale Snegurotska while writing her debut novel. story takes place in Alaska 1920's and it talks about a couple, Jack and Mabel, who decide to make a snow girl out of snow. The next day the snow girl has become a real human being. Before Jack and Mable were living in Alaska they were living in Pennsylvania. They moved to Alaska to get away from the family, because they had lost their first child. It was hard for Mabel to recover there, because there were children around all the time. In Alaska they were living a very isolated life - no neighbours, no friends. In addition, at that time there did not exist such things as food shops, so they had to hunt all their food. Life was quite hard in Alaska and I am not so sure that it had a good influence on Jack and Mable, however it changed their life in a positive way. I believe that the decision to move to Alaska brought the couple closer and made them stronger. One day they made a snow girl, they put a scarf around her neck and a pair of red mittens, which Mabel's sister had knitted. The next day the snow girl, which they had built in front of their house, was not there anymore. At first, Jack thought that some wild animals had destorey the snow sculpture, but later on, when Jack was in the forests hunting, he saw something that looked exactly like the snow girl. I turned out that the snow girl had turned into a real girl. In the beginning, the girl was very shy and hid herself in the deep forest, but later on she became braver and even talked to the couple. In the end of the book she gives Mable an...

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What are pros and cons of keeping fit?

The most important advantage is that you find an activity that you enjoy doing and that you stick with it. There is a variety of things you can do. You can run, walk, swim, bike, go hiking, do athletics, lots of different methods for keeping fit. It is often suggested to go dancing. Dancing is a very good aerobic activity, requires physical liveliness and burns a lot of calories. One point of view in favour of that you have enough energy to do these activities that you actually enjoy doing to keep your body fit. Therefore, following a healthy diet means ensuring that you eat when you are hungry, you stop eating when you are full, you include plenty of different types of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, things like brown rice, oatmeal millet. So when you find the activity you like, try to do it at least 3 to 4 times a week. As a result it will really help improve your level of fitness. In addition it can actually cause you to lose weight. As you see there are several different ways of keeping fit. There are no cons of keeping fit, but the main disadvantage is where...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Reasons why people work

As Leonardo da Vinci said " God sells us all things at the price of labour " and unfortunately it tends to be true. However, there are still some of the other reason why people work. As Mothet Teresa said " Work without love is slavery" and fortunately there are many people in world who work because they love what they do. For example artists, musicians and actors do not earn a lot of money, however they can give the world something we need- entertainment. In addition to musicians, actors, and artists there are many other sincere, thoughtful and open-minded people who find time in addition to their daily work to help those who need help giving food to homeless people, helping children who are left without parents and taking care for the animals in the shelter. These people are doing this without getting any charge but they believe that what goes around come back around. All in all it can be said that people need money to live however it is not the only reason why people work.It i...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Questions for the First Philosophy Test

Introduction 1. How would you characterize Modern philosophy? Commanding outlook, power, will, Man is God. 2. How would you characterize Classical philosophy? Contemplative outlook, truth, intelligence, God is truth. b. Descartes 3. What is the main question that Descartes is trying to answer? How can I be certain [sure] that I am in the truth? 4. Which are precepts of Descartes' method? Only accept what is self-evident. Analysis. Synthesis. Enumeration. 5. Descartes will only accept one specific kind of ideas: which and why? He will only accept clear and distinct ideas that are indubitable. Because the complex ideas could then be constructed using the simple ideas. 6. How does Descartes call his method and why is it not skeptical? Methodic doubt. Because the goal of this doubt is not to be skeptical but to prove that some things can not be doubted. 7. “I think, therefore I am”. What does this phrase means? If I think, I cannot doubt my own existence. 8. What kind of idea is for Descartes the idea of God? What does it mean? Innate idea. If God is God, he should be perfect. 9. How does Descartes prove the existence of God? The fact that I have an idea of God implies its existence. Also unicorns 10. Why God's truthfulness is important for Descartes? If God is the truth, and he created our minds, we can trust that our minds are good means to reach the truth. 11. According to Descartes, by what elements is man constituted and how are they connected? Human beings are formed by the union of a res cogitans (thinking thing - mindsoul) and a res extensa (an extended thing - material substance), that are united in the pineal gland. 12. What is the main problem of Descartes philosophy? Dualism. Idea- Things; soul-body c. Hume 13. What is the problem that H...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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