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Fuel Cell Projects for the Evil Genius
Fuel Cell Projects for the Evil Genius
FUEL YOUR EVIL URGES WHILE YOU BUILD GREEN ENERGY PROJECTS!

Go green as you amass power! Fuel Cell Projects for the Evil Genius broadens your knowledge of this important, rapidly developing technology and shows you how to build practical, environmentally conscious projects using the three most popular and widely...

Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software
Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software
In 1984, Richard Stallman launched the GNU Project for the purpose of developing a complete UNIX-like operating system that would allow for free software use. What he developed was the GNU operating system. (GNU is a recursive acronym for "GNU's Not UNIX,'' and it is pronounced guh-NEW. Linux is a variant of the GNU operating system.) This...
Who Put the Butter in Butterfly?: And Other Fearless Investigations into Our Illogical Language
Who Put the Butter in Butterfly?: And Other Fearless Investigations into Our Illogical Language

When I wrote Imponderables™, I purposely omitted any questions about the origins of words and phrases. An Imponderable was a mystery that couldn’t be answered by standard reference books, and so many wonderful books about words already existed that I couldn’t believe there was a need for more.

As someone who uses...

How to Set Up Information Systems: A Non-Specialist's Guide to the Multiview Appproach
How to Set Up Information Systems: A Non-Specialist's Guide to the Multiview Appproach
A spectacular dialogue of the deaf has been on-going for many years. Information systems are as misunderstood today as they have been for a decade. The designers who make them, the managers who commission them and the stakeholders who use them consistently fail to communicate with each other resulting in the inevitable plethora of systems failures...
Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950
Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 B.C. to 1950
A sweeping cultural survey reminiscent of Barzun's From Dawn to Decadence.

"At irregular times and in scattered settings, human beings have achieved great things. Human Accomplishment is about those great things, falling in the domains known as the arts and sciences, and the people who did them.'

So begins...

Hip: The History (P.S.)
Hip: The History (P.S.)

Hip: The History is the story of how American pop culture has evolved throughout the twentieth century to its current position as world cultural touchstone. How did hip become such an obsession? From sex and music to fashion and commerce, John Leland tracks the arc of ideas as they move from subterranean Bohemia to Madison Avenue and...

You Can't Lie to Me: The Revolutionary Program to Supercharge Your Inner Lie Detector and Get to the Truth
You Can't Lie to Me: The Revolutionary Program to Supercharge Your Inner Lie Detector and Get to the Truth

Janine Driver was trained as a lie detection expert for the ATF, FBI, and the CIA and is a New York Times bestselling author (You Say More Than You Think). Now she makes a powerful and incontrovertible declaration: You Can’t Lie to Me.  Driver—who is known in professional circles as “the...

Success in Programming: How to Gain Recognition, Power, and Influence Through Personal Branding
Success in Programming: How to Gain Recognition, Power, and Influence Through Personal Branding

Why should you, a competent software developer or programmer, care about your own brand? After all, it’s not like you're an actor or musician.

In fact, as Success in Programming: How to Gain Recognition, Power, and Influence Through Personal Branding demonstrates in...

Flash Foresight: How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible
Flash Foresight: How to See the Invisible and Do the Impossible

Flash Foresight offers seven radical principles you need to transform your business today. From internationally renowned technology forecaster Daniel Burrus—a leading consultant to Google, Proctor & Gamble, IBM, and many other Fortune 500 firms—with John David Mann, co-author of the Wall Street Journal...

What Were They Thinking?: The Brainless Blunders That Changed Sports History
What Were They Thinking?: The Brainless Blunders That Changed Sports History
In the uninspired corner of publishing that produces too many hackneyed sports titles, the efforts of Kyle Garlett shine.In Garlett's hands, moments that are hilarious or painful (or both, depending on one's rooting interest) become opportunities to extract lessons from delicious ironies.. A fine choice. (amNew York )

In 1919, the
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The One-Page Proposal: How to Get Your Business Pitch onto One Persuasive Page
The One-Page Proposal: How to Get Your Business Pitch onto One Persuasive Page

As clear, concise, and concrete as its subject, Patrick Riley‘s The One–Page Proposal promises to be the definitive business guide to getting your best ideas fully understood in the least amount of time.

Today more than ever, business decisions are made on the fly?d first impressions can make all the...

Raising Your Spirited Child Rev Ed: A Guide for Parents Whose Child Is More Intense, Sensitive, Perceptive, Persistent, and Energetic
Raising Your Spirited Child Rev Ed: A Guide for Parents Whose Child Is More Intense, Sensitive, Perceptive, Persistent, and Energetic
Newly revised, featuring the most up-to-date research, effective strategies, and real-life stories

The spirited child—often called "difficult" or "strong-willed"—possesses traits we value in adults yet find challenging in children. Research shows that spirited kids are wired to be "more"—by...

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