Pt1420 Unit 3 Assignment 1

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TU170 STUDENT NAME : SALIM SAUD ALAZWANI STUDENT NUMBER : 140716 Q1: Q2: 1) plug-in(computing) we may say it 's program that 's help you to bring data or information from global internet. and we may call it program piece of software code that 's help application or program it could not by itself. plug-ins do things very fast because it 's actually sorts things such as help you to watch video online, listen to online music or radio and play many online games. sometimes we don 't need it but your computer will offers you plug-in and it 's easy app to download if you follow the instructions on the screen. 2) at the beginning of the computers industry the user was dealing with text interface only and every thing …show more content…

In short, many people tend to think that because a digitized thesis is easily copied in part or in whole, it can be easily plagiarized. Consequently -so goes the reasoning - it is better to keep theses offline. The argument is largely false and can be refuted fairly easily. To begin with, it is easy to recall that the invention of the Philosophical Transactions (1665) by Henry Oldenburg, the Secretary to the Royal Society in London, was motivated by the issue of intellectual property. Oldenburg reasoned that if the research results of Scientist X. were printed in a journal (after being certified as being of good quality and original) and that journal was made widely available through the multiplication of copies, then Scientist. X would have a better chance to lie ownership claims than if he/she held back these results. By apparently giving away the results of his/her work, a scientist ensures his/her intellectual property most effectively. The ability to compare new results to already published work makes plagiarism a very risky business

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