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.NET Gotchas: 75 Ways to Improve Your C# and VB.NET Programs

by Venkat Subramaniam

Like most complex tasks, .NET programming is fraught with potential costly, and time-consuming hazards. The millions of Microsoft developers worldwide who create applications for the .NET platform can attest...


Victim

by Matthew Smith

Suicide? Or murder? Marilyn Monroe's death in August 1962, apparently a suicide, shocked the world. A Hollywood star, a global icon, why would she have killed herself? Yet the coroner's report stated her death...


HTML5 Hacks

by Jesse Cravens & Jeff Burtoft

With 90 detailed hacks, expert web developers Jesse Cravens and Jeff Burtoft demonstrate intriguing uses of HTML5-related technologies. Each recipe provides a clear explanation, screenshots, and complete code...


Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome - Being a Popular Account of Greek and Roman Mythology

by , E. M. Berens

A guide to the pantheon of Greek and Roman gods and the myths weaved around them. Split into two parts, the first part giving biographies of the gods, the second part the famous legends.


Eden

by Tim Smit

'With passion and commitment thousands of "small" people built Eden as a symbol of hope in action...

We may all have feet of clay, but that shouldn't stop us trying to make a difference. Wouldn't we all rather...


Joe v. the Fairies

by Emily Smith

"There's no such things as fairies!"

Joe is sure he's right, but his sisters are obsessed by them. They've turned the climbing frame into a fairy bower, there are fairy cakes for tea and no one wants to do his...


Tribology of Abrasive Machining Processes

by Ioan D. Marinescu, W. Brian Rowe & Boris Dimitrov

This book draws upon the science of tribology to understand, predict and improve abrasive machining processes. Pulling together information on how abrasives work, the authors, who are renowned experts in abrasive...


Celebration Cakes: Decorating step by step with fondant

by Grace Stevens & Warren Heath

The complete cake decorating and fondant modelling book.


Luscious Vegetarian

by Sonia Cabano & Jade de Waal

Will appeal to anyone interested in cooking vegetarian meals.


Party Fun!: Themes, cakes, invitations, treat bags, food, games

by Jenny Dodd

An essential guide to planning a children's party. Twenty themes are covered, each with details for making the invitations, creating the cake and other edible treats, decorating the venue and suggestions for...


Pocket Guide to Mushrooms of South Africa

by Marieka Gryzenhout

Mushrooms or fungi are mysterious organisms that range in size from microscopic to over a metre wide. Worldwide, fungus groups are amazingly diverse and in South Africa alone there are estimated to be more than...


To Tame A Rebel

by Georgina Gentry

A Union Brave

A Rebel soldier killed his brother. Now the fires of revenge burn in the soul of Creek warrior Yellow Jacket as he prepares to join his tribe in battle against his sworn enemies. To keep their...


Stones Against the Mirror: Friendship in the Time of the South African Struggle

by Hugh Lewin

A moving story of friendship and betrayal in the Struggle


Democratic Reason: Politics, Collective Intelligence, and the Rule of the Many

by Hélène Landemore

Individual decision making can often be wrong due to misinformation, impulses, or biases. Collective decision making, on the other hand, can be surprisingly accurate. In Democratic Reason, Hélène Landemore...


Accelerating Democracy: Transforming Governance Through Technology

by John O. McGinnis

Successful democracies throughout history--from ancient Athens to Britain on the cusp of the industrial age--have used the technology of their time to gather information for better governance. Our challenge...


Public Capital, Growth and Welfare: Analytical Foundations for Public Policy

by Pierre-Richard Agénor

In the past three decades, developing countries have made significant economic and social progress, from improved infant mortality rates to higher life expectancy. Yet, 1.3 billion people continue to live in...


Boilerplate: The Fine Print, Vanishing Rights, and the Rule of Law

by Margaret Jane Radin

Boilerplate--the fine-print terms and conditions that we become subject to when we click "I agree" online, rent an apartment, enter an employment contract, sign up for a cellphone carrier, or buy travel tickets--pervades...


Touring Poverty

by Bianca Freire-Medeiros

Touring Poverty addresses a highly controversial practice: the transformation of impoverished neighbourhoods into valued attractions for international tourists. In the megacities of the Global South, selected...


ELT and Christian Faith

by Mary Shepard Wong, Carolyn Kristjansson & Zoltan Dornyei

Ideological and educational-political aspects of the link between language and faith-especially between Global English and Christianity-is a topic of growing interest in the field of English language teaching....


Print Culture: From Steam Press to Ebook

by Frances Robertson

With the advent of new digital communication technologies, the end of print culture once again appears to be as inevitable to some recent commentators as it did to Marshall McLuhan. And just as print culture...