In the spring of 2002, I wrote a book entitled
Falling Glass: Problems and Solutions in
Contemporary Architecture. The research for
Falling Glass helped me understand how
glass failures could be avoided and enlightened
me as to which innovations were being
explored within the glass industry. Originally,
the book was... Solving Tough Problems: An Open Way of Talking, Listening, and Creating New Realities ur most common way of solving problems-at home, at work, in our communities, in national and international affairs-is to use our expertise and authority to apply piece-by-piece, tried-and-true "best practices." This works for simple, familiar, uncontentious problems. But it doesn't work for the complex, unfamiliar, conflictual problems...
Padding, Borders, Outlines, and Margins in CSS: CSS Box Model Details
The ability to apply margins, borders, and padding to any web page element is one of the things that sets CSS so far above traditional markup. With this practical guide, you will not only learn how to use these properties to lay out your document, but also how to change and control the appearance of any element on the page.
World on the Edge: How to Prevent Environmental and Economic Collapse
When I meet old friends and they ask, "How are you?" I often reply, "I'm fine; it's the world I am worried about." "Aren't we all" is the common response. Most people have a rather vague sense of concern about the future, but some worry about specific threats such as climate change or population...
Effective Frontline Fundraising: A Guide for Nonprofits, Political Candidates, and Advocacy Groups
Today, nearly every charitable nonprofit, advocacy group, professional group, and politician relies on the philanthropy of others. Whether it’s a private college, a hospital or museum, a lobbying group, or a local, low-budget food shelf, operational and marketing costs and capital investments are often largely underwritten...
Ethics for CPAs: Meeting Expectations in Challenging Times
Accountants are under attack. Recent investigations of Enron, Global Crossing, WorldCom, and Adelphia, just to name a few, along with the remarkable collapse of Arthur Andersen, have focused the nation’s attention on the accounting profession and the need for reforms. All parties agree that accounting firms must change their priorities and...
The Engaging Leader: Winning with Today's Free Agent Workforce
During the summer of 1999, I was reading about the collapse of
the Colorado Rockies baseball team under manager Jim Leyland.
Leyland came to Colorado as a high-priced savior, but he and the
team never meshed. Things got so bad that he announced his resignation
before the first season was over. This came as a mystery to
the... Soft Landing: Airline Industry Strategy, Service, and Safety
Soft Landing: Airline Industry Strategy, Service, and Safety covers the immediate past, present, and future of the airline industry and its effects on consumers and the economy.
Aviation receives a disproportionate amount of news coverage in the popular press—not to mention chatter at cocktail parties and...
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