Electronics Sensors for the Evil Genius: 54 Electrifying Projects
Electronic Sensors for the Evil Genius: 54 Electrifying Projects was created as a voyage of discover}* for children, adults, science buffs, and for those curious at heart of all ages. This book was designed to provide a spark for the curiosity seeker, as well as to inspire curious children, students, and adults alike toward experimentation...
The Robosapien Companion: Tips, Tricks, and Hacks (Technology in Action) You'll lovenThe Robosapien Companion: Tips, Tricks, and Hacks whether you're a robotics expert or beginner. And whether you own a Robosapien or not, or are anticipating the V2 release, you'll learn about the workings and theory of this fun robot. An owner of several Robosapiens himself, author Jamie Samans covers everything from basics like...
Spring in Action
Written for enterprise Java developers who have become disillusioned with the complexity and bulk involved with EJB development, this programming tool demonstrates how the Spring framework can make coupled code easy to manage, understand, reuse, and unit-test. Spring's employment of inversion control and aspect-oriented programming techniques...
Sams Teach Yourself iPad 2 in 10 Minutes (2nd Edition)
The iPad 2 and the original iPad, taken together, are the biggest thing to
hit computing in years. Drawing on the best of Apple’s iPhone and iPod
touch products, and Apple’s Macintosh personal computers, while introducing
a whole new way of seeing and interacting with information, the
two new devices have grabbed the...
Modernity and Technology Review
"An interesting and well-integrated collection..." -- Peter Beech, First Monday
Reconstruction (2004 4#2)
Modernity and Technology succeeds in opening up a much needed dialog, and in inspiring curiosity for scholars on both sides.
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