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For example, Wurman comments that his SmartPages (his redesign of the Yellow Pages for Pacific Bell) led to all increase in reader productivity that led to higher results for the advertisers and publisher.
For example, PET scan studies have shown that introverted and extraverted people have distinctly different patterns of blood flow in the brain.
Because of the nature of the research involved, Paas has been forced to spend several years in Germany (and other countries); fortunately, he has been successful in securing financial assistance from various foundations (for example, the National Endowment for the Humanities) to facilitate his work.
For example, we are familiar with the way in which some feature of popular culture may excite anger, consternation and demands for action which with hindsight seems to have been a ridiculous overreaction.
For example, Marsh claims that for humour to exist, there must be an essential incongruity such as an unexpected conflict or inconsistency between two ideas that is resolved as a joke.
It is estimated, for example, that as much as 10 percent of the world's coral reefs have been degraded beyond recovery, and that another 30 percent is likely to decline within the next 15 or so years.
Given the strength and thoroughness of her research, more on the implications of her findings seems called for: for example, a challenge to the implied hierarchy of the arts that ranks classical music and tragedy as necessarily superior to ragtime and comedy, the assumption that some of these early women would have been dramatic actresses if only they could, and the ironies of black women aspiring to perform works by Edgar Allen Poe and William Shakespeare.
For example, the player can remember Take, Bunt, Hit & Run, and Steal as "Thomas Baker High School." When you flash the number "3," the players can run through the mnemonic phrase and notice that the third word is High - which stands for Hit & Run.
du Pont de Nemours, for example, the operations processes were turned inside out to launch a substantial financial turnaround.
Arthur there distinguishes between a new economics of "knowledge based" technologies, which are supposedly fraught with increasing returns, and the old economics of "resource based" technologies (for example, farming, mining, building), which supposedly were not.
The country houses were single-storied, with thick lime-washed walls and relatively narrow, economically disposed door and window openings, thatched with reeds and adorned with local versions of the Baroque and then Rococo gables - for example Groot Constantia in Constantia and Stellenberg House, 1790, in Kenilworth.
At the same time, both the theoretical, reflexive aspect of Conceptual art (in the work of Joseph Kosuth, obviously, or of Giulio Paolini) and its anarchic, behavioral side (in Stanley Brown, for example), as well as the analytic drives of '70s painting, are being reinterpreted.