Guide to Computer Forensics and Investigations
The rapid advance of technology has changed and influenced how we think about gathering digital
evidence. Soon after the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11,
2001, many young men and women volunteered to serve their country in different ways. For those
who did not choose the military, options included...
Everything Changes: The Insider's Guide to Cancer in Your 20's and 30's "By page three of the introduction to Everything Changes, I wanted not only to devour the rest of the book, but I wanted to call Kairol up, get to know her, and (if we weren't both already married) see if I could sleep with her. Then the book got really good. It is, without doubt, the most forthright, emotionally sophisticated, and plain-old...
Chances Are: Adventures in Probability A layman’s journey into the realm of probability—from poker to politics, weather to war, Monte Carlo to mortality
We search for certainty, but find only likelihood. All things are possible, only one thing actually happens; everything else is in the realm of probability. The twin disciplines of...
Now You Know: The Book of Answers Our daily lives are filled with little sayings and habits that we don't think much about. Many of them have their roots in history and were passed down from our ancestors, and though the reasons for them have often been forgotten, they linger still. Have you ever wondered:
- Why is there a best man at weddings and why are brides carried over...
Macroeconomics: Principles and Policy
As usual, when preparing a new edition, we have made many small changes to
improve clarity of exposition and to update the text both for recent economics
events and for relevant advances in the literature. But this time we have focused on one
particular addition that will, so far as we have been able to find out, differentiate this... John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester: The Poems and Lucina's Rape
John Wilmot, second Earl of Rochester, was born on All Fools’ Day, 1647, at Ditchley in Oxfordshire on the estate that had belonged to his mother’s first husband, Sir Henry Lee. Rochester’s father, Lord Wilmot, was a royalist general; witty, restless and hard-drinking, he was with the exiled court in Paris, and hardly saw...
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