iWork for Mac OSX Cookbook
I have been in publishing for almost 30 years, having held positions such as Publisher, Group
Publisher, VP/Group Publisher, VP/Strategic Planning, and Senior VP/Research Publishing.
Back then, I had staff to edit, design, and produce publications. But that all changed 10 years
ago, when two friends and I started publishing... Innocent Code : A Security Wake-Up Call for Web Programmers This book is an entertaining read, that shows how to change your mindset from website construction to website destruction so as to avoid writing dangerous code.
This concise and practical book will show where code vulnerabilities lie and how best to fix them. Its value is in showing where code may be exploited to gain access to--or break...
Now You See It, Now You Don't!: Lessons in Sleight of Hand
A new and simple learn-by-picture method that makes it easy for anyone aged twelve and up to perform all the classic sleights just as they are done by the world's greatest professional magicians. Long-time magician Bill Tarr has teamed up with Barry Ross, an illustrator famous for his instructional sports diagrams, for easy-to-follow,...
Magic For Dummies
You don’t need a white tiger, expensive props, or hours of preparation to do magic. With a little practice, some clever misdirection (which lays at the heart of all magic tricks), and showmanship, you can surprise family, friends, and coworkers using a few everyday items!
If you’re looking to saw a beautiful women in...
Perl’s object-oriented mechanism is classic prestidigitation. It takes a collection of Perl’s
existing non-OO features such as packages, references, hashes, arrays, subroutines,
and modules, and then–with nothing up its sleeve–manages to conjure up fully functional
objects, classes, and...
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