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Human Factors: Issues Affecting Software Productivity
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A 13 page paper discussing how issues such as team dynamics, management or organizational culture affect software productivity. Human factors superficially appear to have little connection with hardware, software, applications and Internet function, but all aspects of the variety of activities leading to creation and expansion of either originates with human activity. The purpose here is to evaluate the human factors that affect software productivity, using a small private company as the setting. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: KSitSoftHuman.rtf

Hyper Text Mark up Language (HTML)
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An 8 page paper defining, explaining, and discussing the use and significance of HTML language in Internet-related technology. HTML is the language with which web pages are designed. The writer examines new programming trends, features, improvements, and techniques for making "a web page worthy of mention." Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Html.wps

Hypertension and Two Sites from the World Wide Web
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A 4 page review of the value of the World Wide Web in medical research. This paper suggests criteria for determining the validity of that information. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: PPmedWWWvalidity.rtf

Hypertext Fiction
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A 13 page paper discussing how “real” hypertext fiction is. A common complaint of hypertext fiction is that it permits – even encourages – writers merely to get by with “good enough,” that it does not force authors to write well in terms of conveying ideas that build upon one another to culminate in a conclusion. The purpose here is to find that middle ground in complaints that hypertext allows writers to impart less quality to their work than would be possible in traditional text. The paper concludes that hypertext gives no license for poor writing. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
Filename: KShyperFiction.rtf


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