The average English speaker knows around 50,000 words. That represents an astonishing diversity – nearly 25 times more words than there are individual stars visible to the naked eye in the night sky. And even 50,000 seems insignificant beside the half a million recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary. But looked at from an...
Managed Code Rootkits: Hooking into Runtime Environments
We live in a world in which we can’t trust our computers. For example, how can we
know for sure that our hardware manufacturer did not hide malicious code in the
system’s microchip? Or that our freshly installed operating system does not contain
backdoors created by a rogue developer from the OS development team?
Encyclopedia of Pulp Fiction Writers (Literary Movements)
From the early days of dime novels to contemporary mass-market paperbacks, pulp fiction is a vital part of popular culture. This volume offers a survey of the scores of well-known and unsung heroes of popular literature. It seeks to cover the entire spectrum of pop literature's greatest entertainers and artists; the multimillion-copy...
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