Make: Paper Inventions: Machines that Move, Drawings that Light Up, and Wearables and Structures You Can Cut, Fold, and Roll
Paper is amazing stuff. It's cheap, easy to use, and easy to recycle. It's lightweight and easy to cut or tear--but incredibly strong when folded, layered, or rolled. It can stand stiff as a board, pop up like a spring, or hang softly like a silk scarf. It's disposable, but it can last for centuries. Its surface can be...
Java For Dummies
Java is good stuff. I’ve been using it for years. I like Java because it’s very
orderly. Almost everything follows simple rules. The rules can seem
intimidating at times, but this book is here to help you figure them out. So, if
you want to use Java and want an alternative to the traditional techie, softcover
A Headmaster's Story: My Life in Education
Bill Schroder is the stuff teaching legends are made of. He was strict, yet kind; firm and consistent, yet creative and playful when needed. He knew the magical mix of discipline and care needed to ensure the loyalty of his students.
In this warm-hearted, inspiring and often funny memoir, Schroder looks back on four...
Smalltalk, Objects, and Design This reference and text treats the Smalltalk programming system and the web of object-oriented ideas within and around it. Thus it is more than a guide to the language; it also examines Smalltalk in its technical and historical setting, and along the way addresses the questions that every Smalltalk developer sooner or later naturally wonders about.... The Longing for Less: Living with Minimalism
"More than just a story of an abiding cultural preoccupation, The Longing For Less peels back the commodified husk of minimalism to reveal something surprising and thoroughly alive." -Jenny Odell, author of How to Do Nothing
"Thoughtful and absorbing . . . A superb outing...
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