Sarah Kessler, “What Is Data Privacy Day?” Mashable.com, January 28, 2011. 8.
“'Happening Now': Facebook Cooks Up Another Privacy Breach,” Facecrooks .
com, June 11, 2011. 9. ... the Internet, Nobody Knows You're a Dog,” Cartoon
Bank, New Yorker Cartoon & Cover Prints, New Yorker, July 5, 1993. 12. “Cyber ...
Author: Ted Claypoole
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
People research everything online – shopping, school, jobs, travel – and other people. Your online persona is your new front door. It is likely the first thing that new friends and colleagues learn about you. In the years since this book was first published, the Internet profile and reputation have grown more important in the vital human activities of work, school and relationships. This updated edition explores the various ways that people may use your Internet identity, including the ways bad guys can bully, stalk or steal from you aided by the information they find about you online. The authors look into the Edward Snowden revelations and the government’s voracious appetite for personal data. A new chapter on the right to be forgotten explores the origins and current effects of this new legal concept, and shows how the new right could affect us all. Timely information helping to protect your children on the Internet and guarding your business’s online reputation has also been added. The state of Internet anonymity has been exposed to scrutiny lately, and the authors explore how anonymous you can really choose to be when conducting activity on the web. The growth of social networks is also addressed as a way to project your best image and to protect yourself from embarrassing statements. Building on the first book, this new edition has everything you need to know to protect yourself, your family, and your reputation online.
Author: Editors of Chase's Calendar of EventsPublish On: 2010-05-22
Milky Way, a cartoon about three kittens. He died July 18, 1992, at Newport
Beach, CA. NATIONAL MUSTARD DAY. Aug 7. Mustard lovers across the nation
pay tribute to the king of condiments by slathering their favorite mustard on hot dogs, ...
Author: Editors of Chase's Calendar of Events
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
The most authoritative and comprehensive calendar reference for teachers—now with online bonuses! Offers teachers a wealth of innovative ideas for lessons, bulletin boards, reports, and school calendars. New to this edition is a blog and podcast, which will add expanded content and more specific lesson plan ideas on an up-to-date basis. The Editors of Chase's Calendar of Events (Chicago, IL) is an in-house staff that compiles The Teachers Calendar.
Author: Editors of Chase's Calendar of EventsPublish On: 2010-10-18
Assistance dogs transform the lives of their human partners with debilitating
physical and mental disabilities by serving as a companion, ... Tens of thousands
attended Bikila's funeral, and Ethiopia declared a national day of mourning. ...
Ising and Harmon's initial production, “Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid” (1929), was the
first talkie cartoon synchronizing dialogue on the soundtrack with the action on
Author: Editors of Chase's Calendar of Events
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Chase’s Calendar of Events is the most comprehensive and authoritative reference available in the world on special days, weeks, and months. Indispensable CD-ROM holds all the book’s 12,500 entries. Unique reference in the marketplace acclaimed by the Wall Street Journal, Library Journal, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post.
Author: Editors of Chase's Calendar of EventsPublish On: 2011-05-11
NATIONAL MUSTARD DAY. Aug 6. Mustard lovers across the nation pay tribute
to the king of condiments by slathering their favorite mustard on hot dogs,
pretzels, circus peanuts and all things edible. The National Mustard Museum
holds the ...
Author: Editors of Chase's Calendar of Events
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
The most authoritative and comprehensive calendar reference for teachers--revised annually to keep readers up-to-date! Offers unique facts, important holidays, and major anniversaries in a handy day-by-day calendar format. New to this edition is a blog that will feature content from the book, fresh ideas for incorporating information into curriculum, and occasional guest entries by some of our other authors on the teacher resource list.
Harry Katz,"An Historic Look at Political Cartoons," Nieman Reports: Nieman
Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, Winter 2004, 45. ... “The History of
Veterans Day—U.S. Army Center of Military History," U.S. Army Center of Military
History, November 19, 2010, accessed November 19, ... for Dog Owner's Guide?,
Temperment, accessed November 28, 2011, http://www.canismajor.com/dog/
Author: James Eric Black
Category: Literary Criticism
"This examination of Walt Kelly's Pogo writings and humor provides a great little niche study for popular culture studies. Recommended"--Choice One of the most popular comic strips of the 1950s and the first to reference politics of the day, Walt Kelly's Pogo took on Joe McCarthy before the controversial senator was a blip on Edward R. Murrow's radar. The strip's satire was so biting, it was often relegated to newspaper editorial sections at a time when artists in other media were blacklisted for far less. Pogo was the vanguard of today's political comic strips, such as Doonesbury and Pearls Before Swine, and a precursor of the modern political parody of late night television. This comprehensive biography of Kelly reveals the life of a conflicted man and unravels the symbolism and word-play of his art for modern readers. There are 241 original Pogo comic strips illustrated and 13 other Kelly artworks (as well as illustrations by other cartoonists).
as aesthetically pleasing or “cute” (Archer and Monton, 2011; Herzog, 2001;
Knight, 2008). ... of the cute response to live animals, cartoon animal characters,
and toy animals (Archer and Monton, 2011; Little, 2012). ... Researchers found an
association between a dog's gaze and urinary oxytocin levels in their owners
following affiliative interactions. ... Modern-Day. Companion. Animals. According
to the Oxford English Dictionary, “pets” are defined as tame or hand-reared
Author: Colin G. Scanes
Publisher: Academic Press
Animals and Human Society provides a solid, scientific, research-based background to advance understanding of how animals impact humans. As a resource for both science and non-science majors (including students planning to major in or studying animal science, pre-veterinary medicine, animal behavior, conservation biology, ecotoxicology, epidemiology and evolutionary biology), the book can be used as a text for courses in Animals and Human Society or Animal Science, or as supplemental material for an Introduction to Animal Science. The book offers foundational background to those who may have little background in animal agriculture and have focused interest on companion animals and horses. Animals have had profound effects on people from the earliest times, ranging from zoonotic diseases, to the global impact of livestock, poultry and fish production, to the influences of human-associated animals on the environment (on extinctions, air and water pollution, greenhouse gases, etc.), to the importance of animals in human evolution and hunter-gatherer communities. The volume introduces livestock production (including poultry and aquaculture) but also includes coverage of companion and lab animals. In addition, animal behavior and animal perception are covered. It can also function as a reference or recommended reading for a capstone class on ethical and public policy aspects related to animals. This book is likewise an excellent resource for researchers, academics or students newly entering a related field or coming from another discipline and needing foundational information, as well as interested laypersons looking to augment their knowledge on the many impacts of animals in human society. Features research-based and pedagogically sound content, with learning goals and textboxes to provide key information Challenges readers to consider issues based on facts rather than polemics Poses ethical questions and raises overall societal impacts Balances traditional animal science with companion animals, animal biology, zoonotic diseases, animal products, environmental impacts and all aspects of human/animal interaction Includes access to PowerPoints that facilitate easy adoption and/or use for online classes
Meet Minnie the Westie... A little bit naughty, plus a big dose of cuteness: that's Minnie, a cartoon West Highland White Terrier dog. Minnie is food-obsessed and sometimes just a little bit stubborn, but she can charm her way out of any mischief with her waggy tail and big, adoring eyes. Join Minnie The Westie on her adventures with her friends: you'll meet Flo the bug; Morris, another Westie who is Minnie's boyfriend; and Lady, Minnie's cousin in England. Minnie's (human) mum and dad are there to provide food, cuddles and belly rubs... all of which are very important to this little terrier. Contains 85 black and white cartoons.
Cartoon Dogs Scooby Doo Norville “ Shaggy ” Rogers and his dog Scoobert “
Scooby ” Doo are part of a gang ... Despite his weaknesses , he never lets the
others down and he always ends up saving the day . engaged in - busy doing
A Comprehensive Supplement, 2011-2016 Vincent Terrace. 1242. Robot. and.
Monster(Cartoon; ... Other Characters:Marf, Robot and Monster's pet block of
metal (that acts like a dog and only says “Marf”); Ogo, the robot friend of Monster
Author: Vincent Terrace
Category: Performing Arts
"Terrace is arguably the most prolific developer of television reference material, with more than 30 books to his credit"--ARBA This is a supplement to the author's Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925-2010. It covers 1,612 series broadcast between January 1, 2011, and December 31, 2016. Major networks--ABC, CBS, the CW, Fox and NBC--are covered along with many cable channels, such as AMC, Disney, Nickelodeon, Bravo, Lifetime, Discovery, TNT, Comedy Central and History Channel. Alphabetical entries provide storylines, casts, networks and running dates. A performer index is included.
At times my life does seem unreal; I'm sure I'll wake up one day. Earlier this year I
had a quite ... week we also bought Pluto. No, not the cartoon dog, I actually
mean the dwarf planet Pluto. On 1 April 2011 I called a press conference and,
with a remarkably straight face, made this announcement: 'Virgin has expanded
Author: Richard Branson
Category: Business & Economics
RICHARD BRANSON, one of the world's most famous and admired business leaders, argues that it's time to turn capitalism upside down-to shift our values from an exclusive focus on profit to also caring for people, communities and the planet. As he writes: "It's a vibrant and definite sea change from the way business was always done, when financial profit was a driving force. Today, people aren't afraid to say, Screw business as usual!-and show they mean it. "It's amazing how I keep coming across the same message, from bustling global cities to the townships of South Africa to small villages in India to G8 climate conferences. "It's no coincidence that so many people are talking about the same thing. There's a real buzz in the air. Change is happening. "People often associate me with challenges, with trying to break records while sailing the Atlantic or flying in a jet stream in a balloon or going into space with Virgin Galactic. But this book isn't just about fun and adventure and exceeding one's wildest dreams. It's a different kind of business book. It's about revolution. My message is a simple one: business as usual isn't working. In fact, business as usual is wrecking this planet. Resources are being used up; the air, the sea, the land are all heavily polluted. The poor are getting poorer. Many are dying of starvation or because they can't afford a dollar a day for lifesaving medicine. "But my message is not all doom and gloom. I will describe how I think business can help fix things and create a more prosperous world for everyone. I happen to believe in business because I believe that business is a force for good. By that I mean that doing good is good for business. "Doing the right thing can be profitable. I will show how this works step by step in the following pages. It's the core message of this book. I often say, 'Have fun and the money will come.' I still believe that, but now I am saying, 'Do good, have fun and the money will come.'" From the Hardcover edition.
The son and father of graphic artists, he reads the newspaper comics every day.
R. Diggs ... His cartoons were published in the San Francisco Express-Times,
San Francisco Good Times, and the Bay Guardian. Much of his ... Norman Dog is
America's Most Beloved CartoonistTM. Creator of ... One of his drawings, “
Solidarity,” was displayed on a giant screen in Cairo's Tahrir Square in 2011.
Albo Helm ...
Author: Jay Kinney
Publisher: PM Press
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Anarchy Comics: The Complete Collection brings together the legendary four issues of Anarchy Comics, the underground comic that melded anarchist politics with a punk sensibility, producing a riveting mix of satire, revolt and artistic experimentation in the late-70s and early-80s. This international anthology collects the comic stories of all thirty international contributors. Full of radical politics, superb artwork and a great sense of humour, this book is utterly unique and, as comic legend Alan Moore puts it, 'A brave and brilliant collection.'
In addition to a happy cartoon dog snacking on bacon- and egg-shaped treats,
the package featured this text: A healthy, great tasting start to your dog's day. *
CALCIUM for healthy bones and teeth * ANTIOXIDANTS to promote a healthy
immune system * OMEGA 3 AND 6 FATTY ACIDS for healthy skin Again, George
responded: Dogs are like people 2. They need all the necessary vitamins and
Author: Charlene Li
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
Category: Business & Economics
Corporate executives struggle to harness the power of social technologies. Twitter, Facebook, blogs, YouTube are where customers discuss products and companies, write their own news, and find their own deals but how do you integrate these activities into your broader marketing efforts? It's an unstoppable groundswell that affects every industry -- yet it's still utterly foreign to most companies running things now. When consumers you've never met are rating your company's products in public forums with which you have no experience or influence, your company is vulnerable. In Groundswell, Josh Bernoff and Charlene Li explain how to turn this threat into an opportunity. In this updated and expanded edition of Groundswell, featuring an all new introduction and chapters on Twitter and social media integration, you'll learn to: · Evaluate new social technologies as they emerge · Determine how different groups of consumers are participating in social technology arenas · Apply a four-step process for formulating your future strategy · Build social technologies into your business Groundswell is required reading for executives seeking to protect and strengthen their company's public image.
A young tramp wandering with his dog dares to approach the man's daughter ,
and the two of them fall in love . The result is war . A Letter - A Story ( 43 ' / Greece
, 2009-10 ) Director : Aristarchos Papadaniel Synopsis : An original cartoon
series that teaches preschool and primary school pupils the letters ... 7/3 ( 4:59 ' /
Greece , 2011 ) Director : Michael Lygkiaris Synopsis : Three burglars share their
(Peter Steiner cartoon in New Yorker with two dogs talking to each other) The
Internet is the trailer park for the soul. ... (Author unknown) Give a person a fish
and you feed them for a day, teach that person to use the internet and they won't
Author: Bob Benson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Theyre back and theyre sharing! Now the second verbal dance with the stars features over 1250 of the best sounding quotes of all time. These are chosen with the ear in mind and designed to bridge the wide gap between yawn and smile or knowing nod. So talk on!
43:25. ONE DAY, out shopping with my two daughters, we came across a
vending machine that gives a temporary tattoo for a quarter or two. One was a cartoon dog, and the other a cat. With some persuasion on their part, I consented
to their ...
Author: Ardis Dick Stenbakken
Publisher: Review and Herald Pub Assoc
Category: Devotional calendars
Throughout history and across cultures, women have borne the responsibility of nurturing their homes and communities. This vital work can leave us feeling drained, empty, with nothing left to give. But God has promised renewal of your strength, your spirit, and your life. A new day represents a new beginning, and with a new beginning comes freshness and vigor. Spend a few moments each day communing with God and the nearly 300 women from around the world who have experienced His renewal. Through Him and this vast group of sisters, may you be restored and revived as you find the strength to begin again until that day you are made perfect in holiness.
It will be not be pretty, I know, because we have already been attacked by dogs
here once. A few months ago, we ... by dogs. I felt like I was in a Tom & Jerry cartoon. ... On that day, it should be mentioned, I definitely experienced the
Author: Mike Kenny
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Inspired by his blog of the same name (which is inspired by what the author considers to be one of the great all-time "Simpsons" quotes), So, Do You Like ... Stuff? is a collection of Mike Kenny's funniest material. Follow the author as he questions whether or not he picked up the correct child from daycare. Watch and learn as he interprets nonsensical hit songs. Feel for him as he attempts to accomplish the mundane tasks assigned to him by his father-in-law. Hide in fear with him as he passively fights off grizzly bears by hoping they go away. So, Do You Like ... Stuff? is a compilation of newly improved, reedited columns and blog posts, as well as original, previously unreleased material. "Stuff" may cover a wide range of topics, but the themes here are common to everyone-family, work, health, ... cat condominiums. The usual. Just, unusually funny.
Mum would care for us all, and we left behind those times when the length of a day was an indefinable prospect. ... behind them like a stray cartoon dog with the
scent of sausages, but I'd try and stay closest to Lou, where I felt most welcome.
Author: David Whitehouse
Publisher: Canongate Books
Every family has a story. Mal was ours. He was always different from the other kids. Larger than life. Trips to pantomimes were ruined by him stripping off his clothes. But people loved him. Especially Lou; it seemed like their love would last forever. Then something happened that changed everything . . . Mal grew up. Bed is a coming-of-age story like no other. It chronicles what love, loss and family can do to you in a lifetime.
I still don't know how I got through that day. ... He'd bought me a beautiful
hardback edition of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca and a birthday card with a cartoon dog in artist's beret and smock saying, I want to paint something special
for your ...
Author: Gordon Reece
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
‘A gripping, flawless novel . . . memorable, atmospheric and chilling’ Sophie Hannah Sixteen year old Shelley and her mother move to Honeysuckle cottage in the middle of the countryside, fleeing their fears and anxieties and hoping to put behind them years of suffering at the hands of others. Shelley has endured terrible bullying from the girls who used to be her best friends, and her mother has been left reeling following a divorce from her selfish, demanding husband. For Shelley and her mother are ‘mice’ – timid, nervous and obliging. And for a while, in their cottage-haven, the women flourish. But one night, their fragile peace is shattered when Shelley wakes to hear a creak on the stairs. Someone has broken into the house . . . In the shocking, chilling events that follow, Shelley’s world is turned on its head, as the women find themselves tested as never before. And as their lives spiral out of control, the tension reaches fever pitch, and Shelley begins to wonder: if she and her mother are not mice after all, then what are they? 'Truly remarkable . . . Mice is a book many will without question be talking about' Daily Express 'A sophisticated psychological thriller . . . gripping' Guardian