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Crt100_apa_template - Jones International University The E-Commerce Effect Week 1 Assignment 1.2 Professor Dr Jean Gordon Submitted in Partial

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Jones International University The E-Commerce Effect Week 1 - Assignment 1.2 Professor Dr. Jean Gordon Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for CRT100 Critical Thinking By [April 8, 2009]
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CRT100 2 Technology: The E-commerce Effect Write the abstract last. The abstract paragraph is "not" indented; all other paragraphs are indented. The abstract is 120 words or less. The abstract is a brief summary about the contents of the paper. Abstracts are similar to the preview of a paperback book on the back of the book or the preview of a movie on the movie case; they are designed to make someone want to read the paper.
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CRT100 3 The E-commerce Effect Definition: buying and selling of goods and services over the internet Pros – able to search prices and availability at any day or night Cons – no personal customer service or instant gratification Examples: boston globe in trouble due and may need to go to an internet based newspaper Floral Industry being changed 1995 Pierre Omidyar creates Ebay formally known as AuctionWeb/ Jeff Bezos launches Amazon.com Despite Economic Crisis, Online Even as I’m writing speak I receive an email from Tiger Direct which with smart profiling from what I’ve bought in the past and draws me in with sales on items like it. Business.com bought by R.H. Donnelley for a tune of $345mil http://domainnamewire.com/2007/07/26/rh-donnelley-acquires-businesscom-for-345m/ In 1990 at a company called CERN an English man by the name of Timothy Berners-Lee created something that everyone that goes to school here at Jones International University Uses. He developed the World Wide Web or what http://www actually is. Little did he know how much he would change the world.
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Crt100_apa_template - Jones International University The E-Commerce Effect Week 1 Assignment 1.2 Professor Dr Jean Gordon Submitted in Partial

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