Oct 25, 2016
Today, we can do almost anything online. Modern students pass most of the day on the Internet, which can be accessed anytime and anywhere. It simply makes sense to store your files on a cloud. Cloud storage backs up your files in case your computer crashes or your phone is stolen or lost, and you can access your files from any device with an Internet connection. Most of these services also feature sharing between users. Here are five useful websites where you can store your files.
1. Amazon Cloud Drive
The Amazon Cloud Drive offers two different plans, Unlimited Photos and Unlimited Everything. With Unlimited Photo, you can store—you guessed it—unlimited number of photos for only $12 per month. If you are an Amazon Prime member, the service is included to your membership. You also receive 5 GB for other file types, including videos and documents.
Unlimited Everything costs $60 annually for unlimited storage of all file types. However, the file has to be under 2 GB unless you use the Cloud Drive desktop app, available for PC and Mac. It also has apps for iOS and Android that automatically upload videos and photos you shoot from your device.
You can manage and view your files from the Cloud Drive website, but the Amazon Cloud Drive is a fairly cost-effective way to store your files, and the automatic upload feature is very convenient.
Mar 17, 2010
Some useful information on how to write a cause and effect essay… Cause and effect essays are designed to demonstrate how one thing leads to another thing. For example, you may write a cause and effect essay stating that when you press the button on your computer your computer monitor begins to light up. You may support this statement with following paragraphs that describe the process – the computer tower changes from off to on, the monitor is returned to on, the information from the processes in the tower appear on the monitor. The cause, you pressed the button on the tower, the effect, the monitor light up with information.
Mar 15, 2010
Here is how to write a good 5-paragraph essay. Writing 5-paragraph essays are written works assigned to provide students with an introductory method of writing – for a specific topic, as research orientated work, or to allow students to practice writing on a professional level. The 5-paragraph essay consists of five paragraphs, as stated in the name, and each paragraph is defined by a topic sentence that explains the purpose of the paragraph. As with all written works, a paragraph structure must consist of a minimum of four sentences and include information that supports the topic sentence.
Dec 1, 2009
The most typical mistakes in essay writing are often the easiest ones to avoid. Stop writing and do these two things first – go to your MSWord options and turn on your spell checker and grammar/style checker under proofing. In addition, turn on the readability function to understand how you can make your writing sound more professional.
Every time you write anything, use these by going to “Review” and selecting “Spelling and Grammar” to have the MS Word program evaluate your paper for errors. Many students fail to use this function; however, it truly is the best way to avoid the most typical mistakes in essay writing.
Once you have overcome the problems that are easiest to avoid, you must overcome the more complicated issues in essay writing. Another typical mistake found in essay writing is failing to align paragraphs with the topic sentence the essay is meant to cover.
Nov 12, 2009
Creating your essay outline is very simple; you start with a basic outline. The basic outline consists of only the Introduction, Body, and Conclusion. From there, you must determine how many words or pages you have to work with to meet the requirements of your course. Remember, some instructors will take away points for greatly exceeding word count as well as failure to reach the word count. You should split your word or page count between the introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction and conclusion should be of similar length – this is because the introduction will provide information to guide the reader into the paper and the conclusion will only wrap back up on the key aspects covered in the paper. If your instructor requires a five-page paper, you would assign one page to the introduction, 1 page to the conclusion, and give the other three pages to the body of your paper.
Jul 10, 2009
There is a lot of information and tips on the web, these days, for how to write a good essay. Mostly it all says the same thing:
• Pick an essay topic,
• Gather any research,
• Write an essay outline,
• Write a thesis statement,
• Write the paper using the proper formatting and references,
• Edit the paper.
However, if that were all it took to write an essay; everyone would be good at it. You must consider your audience. Is the essay designed to be read only to your instructor? Probably; however, your instructor intends it for a particular audience. For instance, you may write an essay of the importance of art programs in schools and colleges aimed towards local politicians or board members attempting to remove funding. This requires professional language, solid facts, and persuasive speaking.
You will find that the grade level of your writing is also essential to creating understanding for your audience. If you writing level is over your audiences’ comprehension or reading level, they will quickly loss interest in your essay. A good essay recognizes the goals of the paper, reaches out to the intended audience with information they will understand and be familiar with, and written on an educational level equal to their needs. A good essay will also not be grade levels below the reader’s own. A scientific essay should be written on college grade level comprehension.