Diary

Tim Paterson 15325

Tim Paterson, also known as the “Father of Dos” is the computer programmer who created the world’s most widely used computer program: DOS. Creating DOS at age 24, Paterson claims, “it is an accomplishment that probably can’t be repeated by anyone ever.” After Paterson graduated from University of Washington in Seattle with a bachelors of […]

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Best Group Leader

Best Group Leader I recently attended a leadership camp organised by my school .It is such a great moment for thestudents to gain a new experience. This camp were attended by 150 students and 40 teachers. Atthe camp, one of my friends was choosen as the best group leader .As the leader of school magazinemembers […]

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Sample Statement Of Purpose For Computer Engineering Analysis

A research career in academia being my ultimate aim, I believe that graduate studies will help me in honing the knowledge and skills I have developed during my undergraduate years ND enable me to fulfill my ambition of being in the forefront of research in my chosen field. Computers are undoubtedly the most complex man-made […]

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Rosa Parks Diary

Dear diary Today is a very special day. I did something brave. Something I never thought, I’d have the courage to do. I know that after this, my life will never be the same, but I’m sure, it’s the right thing to do. ‘ was on my way home after yet another long day of […]

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Diary Entry of a Prisoner of War

Prisoner of war diary entry 19th of April 1941 marks my second in year In this prisoner of war camp, I managed to gather a pen and paper from a guard to write this diary entry. I am very scared and I wonder how my father Is going as It Is his birthday tomorrow and […]

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My Story Daylight

My alarm explodes at 6:30 am in the morning. I slung my left arm across my face and searched for the snooze button. The sun’s beam brightens up my room and my desk glows. I stretched my cramped up arms and legs and was able to open my eyes after a few wet blinks. I […]

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Daring Hyde Park Ride

The day everyone had anticipated for the whole week had finally arrived. There was a hint of excitement within the household; it was so easily sensed by everyone. The gigantic smile on my younger brother’s face, the leaping of my sisters throughout the house and the amount of effort my mother had put into preparing […]

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Rizals Travel

*Singapore– ( May 3. 1882 ) During the ocean trip he carefully observed the people and things on board the soft-shell clam.– There were 16 riders. He was the lone Filipino and the remainder were Spaniards. British. and Indian Blacks. – The captain of the ship. Donato Lecha befriended Rizal.– To kill ennui of the […]

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A Parting of Ways

The alarm clock rang through my consciousness while I was hovering between the conscious and subconscious planes. I felt a searing headache rip through my temples as I forced my eyes to open up. I felt a sharp pain as I rubbed the sleep from the corners of my eyes. As I sat up on […]

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The Diary of a Russian Factory Worker: 1905

I am writing a diary entry for the first time to let out something about my encumbrance or troubles, its new, letting out what I am really thinking or feeling, so here I go. My name is Gerome Pavlov and I am a loving husband and father of three children, two boys and a girl […]

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The Story of How I Met My Cinderella

9 August 1978 I met her again, after yesterday. It was a long time since I had seen so beautiful and lovely creature. I had done nothing this two days during the ball but looked at her all the time. Tonight, I talked to her and I can say, she is almost perfect to me. […]

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