Transcript: Alejandro Pagan Period 3 M/W Human Geography Mrs. Rubay Google Technology Company The History of Google Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin Stanford graduate students Google Inc. was founded in September 4, 1998 Name originated from Googol, mathematical term for a 1 followed by 100 zeroes Google is a play on words Began in a dorm room Both founders of Google were 25 years old when Google was created Investors in Silicon Valley invested $100,000 Moved to a garage in Menlo Park, California Eventually moved to current headquarters in Mountain View, California (a.k.a."The Googleplex"). The Spread of Google Google employs more than 60,000 people and is in 50 different countries 77% of 1.52 billion technicines use Google as its searching platform Now has 40,000 searches a minute, 3.5 billion searches a day and 1.2 trillion searches per year Google founders now make $33.1 billion/Larry Page and $32.8 billion/Sergey Brin Google's revenue was $89.46 billion in 2016 Is now the second-largest internet company by revenue About 70% of Google's revenue originates from advertising Google holds 41% of the digital ad market as of 2014-2015 It's closest competetor only controls approximately 16.5% of the digital ad market Google's ad revenue growth in the same period was 16% Google's Impact on Society Google currently has 60,000 employees worldwide Google allows an infinite amount of people to have information at their fingertips Promotes simple and quick access to information without the need to travel to the library Made communicating/collaborating more easy and time efficent Allowed for a multi-purpose educational platform to promote technology in the workplace and schoolplace Google currently has 60,000 employe... Google is a platform for many advertisments and advertisments promote normalizing ones values and behaviors Advertisments can be considered a harmful influence as it can push for things that you would not consider healthy or right Gives a sense of need to fit in with the corwd and use what others are using, increasing peer pressure Even increases self-consciousness and create a "correct" image for humans. Advertisments can decrease the need for decision making by people simply using the advise of those who create the advertisments. Google is a platform for many advertismen... In conclusion, Google has impacted the world around us in a myriad of ways and given information to billions very simply and easily. Conclusion Conclusion https://graphics.stanford.edu/~dk/google_name_origin.html https://www.brafton.com/news/74-percent-of-consumers-use-google-search-60-own-gmail-accounts/ http://www.smartinsights.com/search-engine-marketing/search-engine-statistics/ https://www.google.com/intl/en/about/our-story/ Works Cited Works Cited Thanks for Watching!! Does anybody have any questions?
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Transcript: Apple Topic 2 Founding Steve Jobs April 1, 1976 The Logo changes from April 1, 1976 to Present. Topic 3 Subtopic 1 Devices Topic 4 Apple 2 1977. I Phone 2007. All in One Computers were introduced and made popular by Apple. Effects of Apple Topic 5 I Phones. Subtopic 1 https://youtu.be/d8LJXcQhD0k. An Ad for Apple Topic 6 Subtopic 1
Transcript: Key Metrics Overview Here’s a snapshot of your key metrics last month. And this graph shows your total sessions trends in the last 90 days. Trends Acquisition Channels As you can see, ______ is your largest acquisition channel in January. Visitors from ________ made up the majority of your sessions. Visitor Information Engagement And users most often visited your site during [include the greenest time slot, e.g. “… nine to noon on Thursdays.” If you’d like our full report on (Client Name)’s analytics last month, contact your MarketScale Account Manager.
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Transcript: My Technology Template Investigation Criteria A Problem The problem we have is that PYP students need to learn about simple cams. How can we make our presentation clear so that the PYP student learn clearly. Students also need to know about CAD/CAM Guiding Questions How can we use CAD/CAM to provide a more interesting experience? How can we make this a fun and interactive experience? How can we help PYP students learn about cams, levers linkages and pendulums? AOI Cams have been used by humans and we are using them everyday. Human Ingenuity Design Brief I am going to solve this problem by conducting the following The research I will do is search the internet to find information about CAD/CAM and cams The creation I intend to make is a PowerPoint presentation or movie to teach them about CAD/CAM and to guide them to make a cams model This will help the ISM community because it prepare PYP students for MYP Primary Research I asked the following questions 1 What are cams? 2 What is Cad/Cam? 3 Where are cams used in daily bases? 4 What wouldn't we have if we didn't have cams 5 How can we make cams or an example of a cam? 6 What types are there? 7 Why are cams useful? 8 How does CAD/CAM work 9 What website can use? 10 How can we teach people about Secondary Research http://imaginationfactory.questacon.edu.au/cams.html Circular cams, also known as eccentric cams, are circle-shaped and fitted off-center onto the driving shaft. These cams move very smoothly and are used to generate a wave-like motion in the follower. They are often used in mechanical toys to produce a smooth, recurring motion. Pear-shaped cams are actually egg shaped. The follower is level for most of the cam’s rotation, then is suddenly pushed up at regular intervals. These are used in car engines to control the flow of air/fuel and exhaust in the engine. Heart-shaped cams allow the follower to move at a constant velocity and therefore provide a very steady motion. They are used in sewing machines to wind thread onto the bobbin. Drop-cams are shaped like a snail shell. These cams lift the follower gradually, then drop it suddenly. The crank and slider is a special type of cam that you can find on the wheels of steam engines. It consists of a piston (the slider) that is attached to a circular cam (the crank) by a rod. The rod is offset from the cam’s axle. As the piston moves back and forth, it pushes and pulls on the rod, which turns the cam around. In a steam engine, the wheel is the cam! (this has been copied to help me learn) http://www.robives.com/mechanisms/cams A cam converts rotary movements in to reciprocating movement. As the cam turns, driven by the circular movement, the cam follower traces the surface of the cam transmitting its motion to the required mechanism. Cam follower design is important in the way the profile of the cam is followed. A fine pointed follower will more accurately trace the outline of the cam. This more accurate movement is at the expense of the strength of the cam follower. As the cam turns it has a tendency to push the cam follower to one side. To overcome this a separate cam follower and push rod can be used as in this mechanism. Here the cam follower drags over the cam surface, accurately tracing the surface of the cam. Any movement of the cam follower is transferred directly to the push rod (this has been copied to help me learn) This information will be helpful because it will teach me and the PYP students about cams These pictures will help me by Creating the model cams Criterion B Design Design 1 We will use the changeable cam model and put a motor on it. We will also put a cow on the top nodding it’s head to show the movement of different cams. We will take two models and combine them. We will get the design from robives then import it robo master then covert it to an outline. The the machine will cut the design. We will use card, glue. We might add a motor to our model. These are the two models. We are going to use The cow The interchangeable cam Design 2 Making a short a short movie to show what are cams and Cad/Cams and how they work and make a model to show one. We will make the movie on movie maker. We will use a video camera to film how a cam works The design shows different movements of the cams can make and it fun to make, look at and to learn about them. Making a video, PowerPoint, Prezi or a poster to show how the craft Robo works. This will be easier and more clear to the primary. Final design We liked to first design because it will be easier and better way to explain to the P5/6 how Cams work. Criteria C Plan These charts are connected This will help me to be more organize with my work Criteria D Create Creation Evidence These are some photos to show us making the model Testing of designs against specification Design Specification To make sure my designs and final creation have worked I will make a questionnaire based on my specification Were the lessons fun? Have you learned a lot? Would you
Transcript: DELMOCK TECHNOLOGIES INC. Company Research. Company Research Overview (Detailed in manual)* 7. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document. If you can’t find this information, type Not Found in your company main research document. 6. Look for the description of the company. 12. On the company website, look for the company’s organization chart. Click on the ABOUT US, WHO WE ARE, ORGANIZATION, or LEADERSHIP section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 21. On the company website, look for the contract vehicles that the company uses. Click on the CONTRACT VEHICLES or CONTRACTS section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 11. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document. If you can’t find this information, type Not Found in your company main research document. 30. On the company website, look for the companies that the company partners with. Click on the WHO WE SERVE, CLIENTS, TEAMS, TEAMING, TEAM WITH US or CONTRACTS section. Sometimes this list is in the ABOUT US section or in the company’s brochure/flyer. Then try to find out what the requirements to partner with the company are and the company patterning contact information. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 22. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. GovWin IQ 2. On the company website, look for the head of the company. Click on the ABOUT US, WHO WE ARE, or LEADERSHIP section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. Company Background 33. This screen should appear. Near the top right of the screen, you should see a box that reads CSV. Click it 20. Paste it into your company main research document. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. 17. Also, check Sam.gov. Go to https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/#1. Click on Search Record 18. Type the name of the company in the Quick Search Bar. Click Search. 34. Save the excel spreadsheet as “(Insert Company Name) FPDS.Gov Contracts”. If you find contracts on FPDS.Gov, type See Flash Drive in your company main research document. If no contracts are on FPDS.Gov for your company, type Not Found in your company main research document. 3. It is usually a director, CEO, or president. Click on the director, CEO, or president’s profile. 13. Powertek Corporation does not have their organization chart on their website. If you find the organization chart, screenshot, or copy the most recent one, and paste it into your company main research document. Organization & Location 14. If the organization chart is in a PDF file, you can save the organization chart to a flash drive under the title “(Insert Company Name) Organization Chart”. If you save the company organization chart to a flash drive, type SEE FLASH DRIVE in your company main research document. If the organization chart is not listed, type N/A in your company main research document. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. 8. On the company website, look for the company’s mission statement and vision statement. Click on the ABOUT US or WHO WE ARE section. It will usually be near or under the description of the company. The website may also have a search bar for you to us. 24. On the company website, look for the government agencies that they have contracts with. Click on the WHO WE SERVE, CLIENTS, or CONTRACTS section. Sometimes this list is in the ABOUT US section or in the company’s brochure. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document.. 26. Look at the Top 10: Department Full Name Box. This will tell you the agencies that the company has contracts with. 39. Copy all the information under each link, and paste it into your company main research document. If the company does not have a profile on Sam.Gov, type Not Found on your company main research document 16. On the company website look for the company’s set-aside. Click on the ABOUT US or WHO WE ARE section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. It will usually be near the description of the company or in the company brochure. 10. On the company website, look for the company’s core competencies/capabilities. Click on the ABOUT US, WHO WE ARE, SERVICES, or SOLUTIONS section. Sometimes you can find the core competencies/ capabilities in the company’s brochure/flyer. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 31. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. 5. On the company website, look for the company’s background. Click on the ABOUT US or WHO WE ARE section. The website may also have a search bar
Transcript: 1-10-19 MARKETING STRATEGY carter ebrom microsoft year microsoft was founded who founded microsoft NOW april 4th 1975 bill gates and paul allen founded microsoft logo evolution the evolution of the microsoft logo products invented by microsoft GOAL skype for business exchange server dynamics erp microsoft azure sharepoint server sql server windows client microsoft office suite productes that helped the world over four decades ago bill gates came up with microsoft that put computers on every desk in America over a billion pcs are now in use for businesses around the world TARGET MARKET
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