Cyber crime. This paper dealt with cyber stalking, spam, identity theft and other varieties Internet crime. I wrote it for a class on information technology management Click the mortar board to download a copy.
Internet taxation. Not something a lot of people like to think about, but still an interesting and intriguing subject. I did it for the information technology management class mentioned above. Click the mortar board to download a copy.
Science, Technology and the Civil War. The Civil War was unquestionably the most wrenching experience in our nation's history. It also helped us move ahead in many ways. This paper written for a class on the history of science in medicine. It was selected as one of three papers to be presented in an annual graduate student symposium at Nazareth College. Click the mortar board to download a copy.
Environmentalism and the marketing of consumer products. An in depth look at environmental marketing in an era when consumers seem increasingly eager to embrace green products--and companies more willing to meet their demands. Click the mortar board to download a copy.
Heaven and hell. Compares and contrasts concepts of hell, humanity, and heaven in Hieronymus Bosch’s “Garden of Earthly Delights” with those found in St. Augustine’s “City of God” Book 21. This was written for a liberal studies/english called "visions of hell." Click the mortar board to download a copy.
Every website should
have an attic
During a Masters program at Nazareth College in Rochester, I wrote somewhere around 60 papers ranging in length from 2 to 65 pages. Getting part way through a second Masters program produced another 20 or so. A selection of these papers is included here. They all got A grades. Sample the papers by clicking the mortar boards.
Shoebox full of pictures
I've always wanted to test the notion that "a picture is worth a thousand words." But I could never imagine how any one proves the cliché except by hiring a writer to try to describe all the rational clarity and emotional power which emanate from from a given photo. And once that happens, the picture is no longer worth all those words on its own. Photos actually communicate best when they are totally disassociated from words. Or, conversely, when they give direct visual meaning to words. Click for pics.