Post It in the Office or in the Bedroom

In: Social Issues

Submitted By junglegym416
Words 628
Pages 3
Post It In the Office or In the Bedroom
As time has gone by, advertisement agencies have evolved to appeal to the masses, but as the trends have changed, Aristotle’s three methods of persuasion Ethos, Logos, and Pathos have remained constant throughout the years. As Ethos appeals to the audience’s moral compass and character, Pathos appeals to their emotions, and Logos appeals the logic of the individual in order to jointly make an impression on each reader. These three methods of persuasion have remained throughout the evolution of advertising, and with the impact they allow advertisements to make, they will continue to be a constant aspect of advertising in the future. This Post It advertisement is a humorous appeal to the everyday reader. The average person, young or old, cannot wait for the weekend and the adventures that come along with it. This particular aspect of those adventures deal with the morning after releasing all of that weekday angst. That awkward moment when you wake up and want to know what happened, where it happened, and who with. Whether they had a one night stand or simply were too inebriated to remember a new friend’s name, everyone has had an awkward moment like this pictured above. The note attached to the woman’s forehead seems to be the key to avoid such an awkward situation and being a bad host. This advertisement implies that with Post It notes in hand, the reader will not have to worry about seeming like a bad person and that if unavoidable, these notes will help to aid whatever situation comes their way. The advertisement also uses Pathos to exploit each reader’s emotions. The embarrassment, shame, and confused feelings that each person experiences when confronted with this type of situation are exactly what Pathos is appealing to. This picture portrays a mortifying situation, but the Post It note saves the pictured man of such…...

Similar Documents

Office Equiptment

...created in the 1960s, building on the extensive history of tools such as the abacus, developed arou nd 2000 BC; and the mechanical calculator, developed in the 17th century. It was developed in parallel with the analog computers of the day. Pocket sized devices became available in the 1970s, especially after the invention of the microprocessor developed by Intel for the Japanese calculator company Busicom. An adding machine was a class of mechanical calculator, usually specialized for bookkeeping calculations. In the United States, the earliest adding machines were usually built to read in dollars and cents. Adding machines were ubiquitous office equipment until they were phased out in favor of calculators in the 1980s and by personal computers beginning in about 1995. The older adding machines were rarely seen in American office settings by the year 2010. A spreadsheet is an interactive computer application program for organization and analysis of information in tabular form. Spreadsheets developed as computerized simulations of paper accounting worksheets. The program operates on data represented as cells of an array, organized in rows and columns. Each cell of the array is a model–view–controller element that can contain either numeric or text data, or the results of formulas that automatically calculate and display a value based on the contents of other cells. The user of the spreadsheet can make changes in any stored value and observe the effects on......

Words: 3224 - Pages: 13

Office Superstore

...1) How would you classify the office superstore industry? Who are the competitors? What are the characteristics of this industry that lead to this conclusion? Today’s office superstore industry in the United States provides a convenient one-stop shopping experience for small businesses and individuals with home offices. The main competitors in the industry are Office Depot, Staples, and Office Max. All of them offer a variety of office supplies, as well as computers, office furniture and other business related items. Office Depot is the largest office superstore chain in the United States. Office Depot is first in total number of stores, first in average sales per store, first in average weekly store sales, first in total delivery sales and first in net earnings. Most importantly, Office Depot is the lowest price competitor among office superstore chains. Staples is the second-largest office superstore chain in the United States; and the third major player in the office superstore industry is OfficeMax. The intense competitive rivalry between Staples and Office Depot turned to be quite beneficial for consumers. Both competitors had to reduce prices, introduce innovative approaches to marketing, distribution and store layout and expand into new areas of the country, bringing increasing numbers of consumers the convenience of one-stop shopping at low prices. Office Depot has been the most aggressive and lowest-price competitor, in turn forcing Staples and OfficeMax to......

Words: 1654 - Pages: 7

Office Automation

...Office Automation In today’s work environment, collaboration applications are a critical part of the day to day activities. Being able to share information in an organized way is important to ensure a successful and productive work environment. Many applications are available that can help a corporation with communication and information sharing. Microsoft SharePoint is one of the leading products on the market today that help organization’s employees with successful collaboration. Describing the Environment Microsoft SharePoint is an enterprise server application that is mainly used for collaboration by employees across a corporation. This application can easily be access via a web interface and is very user friendly. Microsoft SharePoint is fully integrated with Active Directory making it easier to setup users and access control. The application can be used across the LANs (Local Area Network) as well as across the WAN (Wide Area Network) without affecting too much the network bandwidth. It comes in two different versions and depending on the business needs, corporations can either install standard or enterprise. It has many different uses including project management and collaboration. Describing How is Used SharePoint can be setup and managed by sites. Users can be granted access to one or more sites depending on their need. Each site can be customized with different colors, backgrounds and pictures. Each site is also composed of a group of applications that are...

Words: 593 - Pages: 3

Subject Post

...Subject POSt Codes & Contacts The following pages list all of the St. George campus Arts & Science subject POSts. Each entry includes the following information: Subject POSt Code,which consists of: two letters, which indicate the division; all St. George campus Arts & Science subject POSt codes begin with “AS” „ three letters, which indicate the level of program  SPE = Specialist  MAJ = Major  MIN = Minor „ Four numbers „ Title=name of program Type=Type of program (1, 2, 2L, 3 - yes or 3 - no) Notes: Type 3 subject POSts with a 3 - yes indicator in the listings will be accepting second round applications on the Arts & Science Registrar's Office web site. Type 3 subject POSts with a 3 - no indicator in the listings will NOT be accepting second round applications on the Arts & Science Registrar’s Office web site; contact the department/sponsor directly for instructions. Subject POSts with an "S" beside the number that indicates the type (1, 2, 2L, or 3) have specific enrolment instructions which differ from the normal enrolment process/dates and have specific enrolment instructions Contact=person or office to contact for program counselling Phone/Email=phone number or email address of contact person or office For example, Subject POSt Enrolment Subject POSt Code AS SPE/MAJ 1295 Title French Language & Literature Type 1 Contact/Phone/Email Undergraduate Office 416-926-2333 french.undergraduate@utoronto.ca means that you can take a specialist or major program in French......

Words: 3957 - Pages: 16

Us Post Office

...How has the Internet affected and will continue to affect the United States Post Office operations? The reason I chose this topic is because over the years we have seen a drastic shift our delivery methods and our delivery service. In recent years since the internet has become more of a vital player in our everyday lifestyle we have noticed a drastic shift in the delivery method with our mail system. Traditionally the US Post Office has served as our main anchor with our mail delivery services; however the internet provides an assortment of delivery methods. Question 1: Knowing the assortment of delivery methods the internet provide, what changes will the Post Office implement that allows the customers more flexibility and timeliness? Question 2: How will the Post office go about implementing these changes and what timeline do they expect to see results? I would use an academic essay version with a graph showing the financial comparison between the two. IKEA has everything under one roof, even desert! Available in the IKEA Restaurant located at the end of the Showroom. Advertisement cited from http://www.readthesmiths.com/articles/humor/Top_25_Funniest_Public_Misspellings. Misspelling with a word in the add “desert” should really be “dessert” Only autorized, competent personal. Advertisement cited from http://www.readthesmiths.com/articles/humor/Top_25_Funniest_Public_Misspellings?page=4. The advertisement should read “ Only authorized, competent personnel” ...

Words: 333 - Pages: 2

Front Office

...CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS SERVICE QUALITY OF FRONT OFFICE STAFF AT THE HOTEL A MASTER S PROJECT BY ALIN SRIYAM Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree in Business English for International Communication at Srinakharinwirot University May 2010 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS SERVICE QUALITY OF FRONT OFFICE STAFF AT THE HOTEL A MASTER S PROJECT BY ALIN SRIYAM Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree in Business English for International Communication at Srinakharinwirot University May 2010 Copyright 2010 by Srinakharinwirot University CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TOWARDS SERVICE QUALITY OF FRONT OFFICE STAFF AT THE HOTEL A MASTER S PROJECT BY ALIN SRIYAM Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree in Business English for International Communication at Srinakharinwirot University May 2010 Alin Sriyam. (2010). Customers Satisfaction towards Service Quality of Front Office Staff at the hotel. Master s Project, M.A. (Business English for International Communication). Bangkok: Graduate School, Srinakharinwirot University. Project Advisor: Dr. U-maporn Kardkarnklai. Due to the increasing competition of service business and the high demand of the customers, service quality is the fundamental factor to measure customers satisfaction at the Mercure Hotel Pattaya. The objectives of the study are (1) to assess customers expectation and......

Words: 11542 - Pages: 47

United States Post Office

...to meet their legal obligations. One such option is to close sites. The APWU is currently fighting to stop the closure of postal offices. Due to federal laws, the postal service finds themselves with their hands tied as it looks for possible solutions. I will discuss what events have led to the USPS situation, challenges and laws preventing progress, and finally discuss solutions to help the USPS minimize litigation. Prior to 1971 was handled by the Post Office Department, a cabinet department in the federal government. After the 1971 Postal Reorganization Act, the USPS ran like a business and relies on revenue from postage and does not rely on tax payer’s money. Two main factors have led to an estimated $6B annual loss in revenue. First, in 2006 Congress passed the Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, which mandated $5.5 billion per year be paid into an account to pre-fund retiree health-care 75 years into the future (Wikipedia; 2013) Secondly, the postal service has seen a drastic decline in people using the mail; People have found the internet a simple, quicker way to pay their bills as well as to communicate. Decline in usage means decline in revenue. Due to decline in revenue, the USPS must find alternative ways to make money and find ways to cut costs. One option is to cut Saturday service and close geographically isolated offices. The only problem, Federal Laws state the USPS must provide “All American’s postal services 6 days a week regardless of......

Words: 693 - Pages: 3

Post It

...Competitor Analysis 3. Consumer Analysis 3.1 Consumer Trend 3.2 Consumer Needs And Wants 3.3 Consumer Behaviour 4. Post-it Analysis 4.1 Target Segment 4.2 Distribution Characteristics 4.3 Business Performance 4.4 Business Strategy – 5Ps 4.5 SWOT Analysis 5. Proposed Marketing Plan 5.1 Target Segment 5.2 Positioning 5.3 Strategy 5.4 Conclusion 1. Market Analysis The repositionable notes market is made up of paper or tabs with adhesive, which allows the product to be stuck on surfaces and moved, without leaving residue. They are also known as ‘sticky notes’ and the idea was first conceived by 3M innovators. Post-it, the original inventor of ‘sticky notes’ have seen other competitors entering the market, yet having little success in toppling Post-it as the market leader. This is especially so in Singapore, where most of the brands shy away from competing head-on with Post-it, by differentiating their products. 1.1 Market Environment 1.1.1 Technology The ease of accessing wireless networks via Wireless@SG, since its introduction in 2006, has led to a surge in consumers switching to 3G phones. The implications of this on the repositionable notes market is that gadgets like phones are increasingly being used as a substitute in place of sticky notes, in reminding people of certain events or things. Instead of physically placing a post-it on the desk, people choose to set reminders on their phones, with alarms. People also choose to send short......

Words: 4117 - Pages: 17

Microsoft Office Is an Office Suite

...Microsoft Office is an office suite of interrelated desktop applications, servers and services for the Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS X operating systems, introduced by Microsoft in 1989. Initially a marketing term for a bundled set of applications, the first version of Office contained Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. MICROSOFT WORD Microsoft Word is a word processor and was previously considered to be the main program in Office. Its proprietary DOC format is considered a de facto standard, although Word 2007 can also use a new XML-based, Microsoft Office-optimized format called .DOCX which has been standardized by Ecma International as Office Open XML. The first version of Word, released in the autumn of 1983, was for the MSDOS operating system and had the distinction of introducing the mouse to a broad population. Word 1.0 could be purchased with a bundled mouse, though none was required. Word has a built-in spell checker, thesaurus, dictionary, Office Assistant (a feature to assist users by way of an interactive animated character) and utilities for transferring, copy, pasting and editing text, such as PureText (a small utility that allows users to paste the contents of the software as plain text). "Normal.dot" is the master template from which all Word documents are created. It is one of the most important files in Microsoft Word. It determines the margin defaults as well as the layout of the text and font defaults. Although normal.dot......

Words: 1021 - Pages: 5

Uk Post Office

...risk, and who is best able to manage it, needs to be carefully considered. Using data from government reports and case examples in the British public sector, this article explores aspects of procurement including, among other things, due diligence, public sector comparators, and the consequences of taking back the responsibility for delivering the service (taking back risk). PFI contracts can deliver better value for money than traditional methods of procurement if risks are transferred to the parties best able to handle them. The article concludes with a discussion of guidelines on generally accepted accounting practice and indicators for assessing risk. ∗ David Corner is Director of Corporate Policy in the United Kingdom National Audit Office. This article was originally published as Chapter 3 in Graeme Hodge and Carsten Greve (eds.) (2005), The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships: Learning from International Experience, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, and Northampton, MA, United States, pages 44-61. Reprinted with permission from the editors and the publisher. OECD JOURNAL ON BUDGETING – VOLUME 5 – NO. 3 – ISSN 1608-7143 © OECD 2006 38 – THE UNITED KINGDOM PRIVATE FINANCE INITIATIVE: THE CHALLENGE OF ALLOCATING RISK 1. Introduction The United Kingdom (UK) has been at the forefront of the development of innovative approaches to engaging the private sector in the delivery of public services. In 1992 the UK embarked upon a new type of......

Words: 7765 - Pages: 32

China Post

...Challenges 30 2.11 Logistics Demand Analysis of E-Commerce 33 2.12 Background of Postal Service 34 2.12.1 Post Office 34 2.12.2 Postal services in the developing countries 34 2.12.3 Importance of Postal Service in Office Administration 35 2.13 Demand of Postal Service in China 36 2.14 Increase in China Postal Service Revenue 36 2.14.1 Background of China Post Reforms 37 2.14.2 Role of China Post 37 2.15 China Post and E-Commerce 38 2.16 China Post as third party logistics for companies 40 2.17 United States Post System 41 CHAPTER 3: METHODOLOGY 43 3.1 Introduction 43 3.2 Research Design 43 3.3 Research Approach 44 3.4 Research Strategy 44 3.5 Data Collection Method 44 3.6 Validity and Reliability 45 3.7 Conclusion 46 CHAPTER 04: RESULTS, EMPERICAL FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION 47 4.1 Introduction 47 4.2 Hypotheses Testing 48 4.2.1Time 48 4.2.2 Other Major Initiatives 49 4.2.3 Information technology sophistication 49 4.2.4 Top management support 50 4.2.5 Integration into financial system 50 4.3 Changes in Management Accounting after Third party logistics Implementation 50 4.4 Third party logistics is particularly appropriate for managing costs in ecommerce industries 50 CHAPTER 5: CONCLUSION 52 5.1 Introduction 52 5.2 China post services for the E-commerce as Third-party logistics 53 5.3 United States Post services for the E-commerce as third party logistics 54 5.4 Shortcomings 55 5.5 Recommendations 56 5.......

Words: 15353 - Pages: 62

The Office

...Case Study # 1 – The Office Pina Meas University of La Verne The first mistake that John Mitchell made with the way he solved the problem of limited office spaces he was only seeing what he wanted to see. Mitchell was looking for information and interpreting them only in regards to his self-interest. Completely avoiding any information that would contradict his own. Mitchell is taking risk by making decisions with uncertainty focusing only on the goals he want to accomplish, but disregards the information that would show the alternatives and future event less than acceptable. Mitchell is making decisions base on assumptions even though the decision may be wrong as these decisions might produce bad outcome. With the possibility of failure being potentially high. Mitchell shows the characteristics of Ambiguity illustrated in Exhibit 9.1 from the textbook Management TWELFTH EDITION Richard L. Daft 2014 Vanderbilt University. The first sign shown by Mitchell was that he created an unclear issue with Krista Acklen with the intention of only the goal to be accomplished. Now not only are they limited to office spaces they are now creating conflict that would otherwise distract both parties from truly achieving their goals. The things that I would do different from Mitchell first, would be approaching Krista Acklen about the idea of sharing the limited office space that she is in charge of before deciding solely disregarding her inputs or thoughts. I would look......

Words: 362 - Pages: 2

Office

...Office Depot is one of top company’s that provides office products and services worldwide. Office Depot’s mission statement states “Our mission at Office Depot is to be a global, leading innovator as a supplier of office products and services for consumers and businesses of all sizes while creating a positive impact on the environment. We continually strive to deliver our customer’s favorably priced product, beneficial services, and the latest digital imaging and printing technology. We will earn the trust of our shareholders by being open, honest, and faithful in all that we do. We will also be responsible for achieving and sustaining unprecedented results that create value to our customers, employees, and stakeholders through personal commitment, sensible thrift, collaboration, and shared leadership.” The nine essential components of a mission statement stated by (David, Fred R. 51-52) says: 1) Customers- Who are the firm’s customers, 2) Product or services- What are the firm’s major products or services, 3) Markets- Geographically, where does the firm compete, 4) Technology- Is the firm technologically current, 5) Concern for survival, growth, and profitability- Is the firm committed to growth and financial soundness, 6) Philosophy- What are the basic beliefs, values, aspirations, and ethical priorities of the firm, 7) Self-concept- What is the firm’s distinctive competence or major competitive advantage, 8) Concern for public image- Is the firm responsive to social,......

Words: 852 - Pages: 4

Positive and Negative Backwards in Bedroom

...Negative Effect: When a person first walks into the cramped "L" shaped bedroom, they first need to open up the dirty white door with the rusty doorknob. Moving forward there is an oversized, unmade bed with tons of blankets, a pink carpet, and dog stains that makes it look like water was splashed all over the room. To the right, there are a bunch of bins, and a clothing rack. It looks like the room is cramped together, which causes the room to look smaller than it really is. It looks like a potential episode of “Hoarders,” the TV show, or a consumer prison with all the endless wants and needs of too many “new” clothes and things. To the left there is an overfilled dresser where the clothes in the drawers are popping out like popcorn in the microwave. In the closet, there is a broken purple laundry basket that has scantily clad high heels in it, and two more bins along with that, making the closet seem more cluttered. The walls are painted a dull white color, with butterfly wallpaper in the middle, and a boring white trim that seems everlasting as it goes around the room. Below that is a purple wall color that looks like "Barney the purple dinosaur.” There are piles of clothes on the floor, that are as tall as the Rocky Mountains out west of the United States. The pictures on the wall are dull and need color. Faith, Love, Laugh are in tan letters that don't match the walls at all. There is a Bret Michael’s poster hanging that looks like a five year old made it, but in truth......

Words: 1098 - Pages: 5

Philosophy in the Bedroom

...In Philosophy in the Bedroom, Sade seems to go into the extremes to preach his view on libertinism. It’s almost disgusting in how Dolmance and Madame De Saint-Ange educate Eugenie in their views, yet Eugenie takes their teachings as enlightenment. Why? As much as I hate to admit it, it is refreshing to see the other side of things. Coming from the extreme opposite of this ideal, Sade’s characters speak an almost ugly truth. Sade often shuns from religion and authority in favor of a more rational way of thinking. In many instances he replaces God with Nature as a form of measuring ideals. In many ways he focuses a person on self rather than society. I think trying to understand his repressed view can draw us closer to an even richer median of self. One of the first teaches that Dolmance preaches to Eugenie in her education is the existence of God. He opens by stating that man owes his existence only to Nature’s schemes. He states that we are bound only to reproduce, since reproduction is necessitated by the globe’s existence. Sade criticizes God as a phantom. He even questions then necessity of God. If Nature can create, produce, preserve, maintain, and hold equilibrium, what is the need to seek out a foreign agent? To Sade, God is an illusion and piety to this illusion is foolish. I find that Sade proposing that God is an illusion is a bold step, yet offers a viable alternative in the purpose of man. Many people today are influenced by their belief in God. They credit their...

Words: 2474 - Pages: 10

Zona de Traducciones | Scarica APK | HD Extinction (2018)