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Why Progressive Cities Fight Innovation

by Jared Meyer

Technology continues to unlock new ways for Americans to live and work. To illustrate these changes, this broadside explores the promise of online platforms such as Uber and Airbnb. Unfortunately, instead of...


Traditional Chinese Architecture

by Xinian Fu, Alexandra Harrer & Nancy S. Steinhardt

Translated by Alexandra Harrer

Fu Xinian is considered by many to be the world's leading historian of Chinese architecture. He is an expert on every type of Chinese architecture from every period through the...


Apollo 8

by Jeffrey Kluger

The untold story of the historic voyage to the moon that closed out one of our darkest years with a nearly unimaginable triumph

In August 1968, NASA made a bold decision: in just sixteen weeks, the United States...


Digital Services in the 21st Century: A Strategic and Business Perspective

by Antonio Sánchez & Belén| Carro

Telecommunication Services provides a holistic approach to understand telecommunications systems by addressing the emergence and domination of new digital services, consumer and economic dynamics, and the creation...


Multi-Agent-Based Production Planning and Control

by Jie Zhang

At the crossroads of artificial intelligence, manufacturing engineering, operational research and industrial engineering and management, multi-agent based production planning and control is an intelligent and...


Sex and Broadcasting

by Lorenzo W. Milam & Thomas J. Thomas

"A goldmine ... wiser and funnier than almost any book in the field … the richest account yet published of the ways in which broadcasting is experienced, by both listener and broadcaster ...  this is a wonderful...


Beginning AutoCAD 2018

by Cheryl R. Shrock & Steve Heather

The BeginningAutoCAD® 2018 Exercise Workbook is designed for classroom instruction and self-study alike, and is now suitable for both inch and metric users to accommodate readers around the world.  Each lesson...


Concepts in Physical Metallurgy

by Lavakumar Avala

The progress of civilization can be, in part, attributed to their ability to employ metallurgy. This book is an introduction to multiple facets of physical metallurgy, materials science, and engineering. As...


Nuclear Power

by David Elliott

This book looks at the early history of nuclear power, at what happened next, and at its longer-term prospects. The main question is: can nuclear power overcome the problems that have emerged? It was once touted...


The Physics of Thermoelectric Energy Conversion

by Julian Goldsmid

This book outlines the principles of thermoelectric generation and refrigeration from the discovery of the Seebeck and Peltier effects in the nineteenth century through the introduction of semiconductor thermoelements...


The Social Ecology of Border Landscapes

by Anna Grichting & Michele Zebich-Knos

“The Social Ecology of Border Landscapes” is a collection of essays from a wide range of disciplines that address Social Ecologies in border landscapes. As an approach, Social Ecology is useful because it...


Power from the Wind

by Dan Chiras

Power from the Wind is the completely revised and updated edition of the go-to guide for individuals and businesses interested in installing small wind energy systems. Written with the homeowner layperson in...


Eating Promiscuously

by James McWilliams

McWilliams’s work has appeared in The Paris Review (online), The New Yorker (online), the New York Times, Harper’s, Washington Post, Texas Monthly, The Atlantic, Salon, Slate, The American Scholar, the...


I Love My Computer Because My Friends Live in It (FREE PREVIEW ESSAY): Stories from an Online Life

by Jess Kimball Leslie

"Get off your phone and read Jess Kimball Leslie's funny book!"

---Andy Cohen, host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live

I LOVE MY COMPUTER BECAUSE MY FRIENDS LIVE IN IT is a hilarious memoir of growing up in the...


Starks' Harvesters

by Robert S. White

For Rob and Charlie this was the start of memorable years driving Massey Ferguson combines the length and breadth of the American wheat belt. This is Rob's story, a vivid account of endless hours of work, rattlesnakes,...


Magnetic City: A Walking Companion to New York

by Justin Davidson

From New York magazine’s architecture critic, a walking and reading guide to New York City—a historical, cultural, architectural, and personal approach to seven neighborhoods throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn,...


Adapt: How Humans Are Tapping into Nature's Secrets to Design and Build a Better Future

by Amina Khan

Amina Khan believes that nature does it best. In Adapt, she presents fascinating examples of how nature effortlessly solves the problems that humans attempt to solve with decades worth of the latest and greatest...


The Great Questions of Tomorrow: The Ideas that Will Remake the World

by David Rothkopf

We are on the cusp of a sweeping revolution—one that will change every facet of our lives. The changes ahead will challenge and alter fundamental concepts such as national identity, human rights, money, and...


Human Scale Revisited

by Kirkpatrick Sale

Big government, big business, big everything: Kirkpatrick Sale took giantism to task in his 1980 classic, Human Scale, and today takes a new look at how the crises that imperil modern America are the inevitable...


The Jungle

by Upton Sinclair

Upton Sinclair's The Jungle is one of the most famous and widely read books in America during the 20th century. In addition to being considered a classic, its description of slaughterhouses helped bring about...