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SEM Vs. SEO Analogy
by DarkKnightDude in Internet
Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization are two terms that are often used interchangeably. This field of business involves manipulating Web sites to give them a stronger presence in search engine results because the focus of the strategy is to get as much publicity as possible for an online business from the popular search engine sites. But what is the difference between SEM and SEO
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How to Create an Analogy
by deom2i in Education
An analogy is a linguistic tool used to shed light on a relationship, feature or situation by comparing it to another one which is usually more familiar. The purpose of an analogy is to create understanding by showing how one relationship is like another. Simple examples are Lewis Black's quote, "MTV is to music as KFC is to chicken," or "glove is to hand as paint is to wall."Difficulty:Moderately
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How to Analyze an Analogy
by PrinceMyshkin in Education
Being able to accurately analyze an analogy is a fundamental skill for an aspiring student who wants to score well on the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and go on to college. If you do not correctly analyze an analogy, you won't solve it correctly. Considering that every point value adds up in the SAT, it is pivotal for your academic future that you learn how to do it early on -- and that you lear
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What Is an Analogy Essay?
by Ka0t1x in Education
An analogy essay is an essay that takes two very unlike things and compares them to one another to find the similarities. This type of essay is used to give the reader a better understanding of something less familiar -- the explained -- by showing how it is like something that is more familiar -- the explainer. In the discussion of these two unlike things, both subjects are brought into clearer f
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What Are the Six Types of Analogy?
by fletchnj in Education
Analogies are comparisons between two things which emphasize the similarities between those things, inferring that one is similar to the other based on common characteristics. Analogies are verbal tools that develop critical thinking and vocabulary skills, and are generally considered an indicator of intelligence. They are frequently found on academic tests and generally used in logical, scientifi
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How to Create a Cell Analogy
by DaveStall in Education
When students are first introduced to the concept of the cell in biology, many can have a difficult time understanding what a cell does. Since a cell is basically an apparatus for manufacturing proteins, a simple analogy can be drawn between it and a common factory. Use of this analogy can make understanding the cell much easier.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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Event-delegate analogy in WCF
by postmortemIA in Programming Languages

I have WinForms app with MVC pattern implemented, where Model is running asynchronously (backgroundWorker thread) from View (Form). View is subscribed to couple of events that are raised from Model.

Now I need to convert this to WCF app, where event-eventHandler concept has to be present.
At first, I wanted to implement this via callback interface, but in my case one method fr

How to Write an Analogy Essay
by Murali Ravipudi in Education
An analogy compares two unlike things to illustrate common elements of both. An analogy essay is an extended analogy, which explains one thing in considerable depth by comparing it to another. Analogy essays can be used to discuss nearly anything, as long as the writer can find a comparison that fits.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Kinds of Analogy Essays
by aaffleck in Education
Analogy essays compare two unlike subjects or themes and relate them in a creative, illustrative way. The objective of the essay is to create an extended analogy between two diverse topics that will invite discussion and curiosity. When you write an analogy essay, you will likely find more similarities between the themes than you originally thought. Kinds of analogy essays range from the humorous

How to Write an Analogy Paragraph
by hovergirl in Education
Emotional humans tend to invoke analogies on a regular basis, often using them to colorfully describe unpleasant experiences, such as: "Waiting in that line at the coffee shop was like walking through the gates of hell" even when the writer could not possibly elaborate (at least credibly) on what the gates of hell feel like. If well constructed, however, analogy paragraphs can add dimension and me

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