Mathematics of Choice: Or, How to Count Without Counting (New Mathematical Library) This book is one of a series written by professional mathematicians in order to make some important mathematical ideas interesting and understandable to a large audience of high school students and laymen. Most of the volumes in the New Mathematical Library cover topics not usually included in the high school curriculum; they vary in diffioulty,...
MySpace for Musicians MySpace is one of the most popular websites on the Internet today, with millions of pages of user-generated content. This makes MySpace an ideal tool for musicians interested in promoting their music to the widest possible audience. Many acts have gone from the garage to a recording contract by using MySpace as their launching pad. MySpace for... The Hoover Dam (Building America: Then and Now)
The time was the early 1930s, the president was Herbert
Hoover, and the situation in the United States looked bleak.
The stock market had crashed in 1929, and most Americans were
hurt by the Great Depression, which left a majority of them jobless,
homeless, and penniless. But in the West, a beacon of hope
was in the...
The Science of Supervillains The science behind the scoundrels we love to hate
From Spider-Man’s bionic archenemy, Dr. Octopus, to Superman’s nemesis, Lex Luthor, to the X-Men’s eternal rival, Magneto, comic book villains have kept us captivated for years---- not just by their diabolical talent for confounding our heroes, but also by their unrivaled...
Sarbanes-Oxley Guide for Finance and Information Technology Professionals
Sarbanes-Oxley and its international variants are here to stay.
Are you prepared for this new business reality?
Changing the landscape of corporate governance, financial disclosure, and the practice of public accounting, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) can be confusing and complex for professionals and executives who must take...
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