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How It Works – Issue 95 2017


How It Works – Issue 95 2017
English | 100 pages | True PDF | 33 MB

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Biology: How Life Works, Volume 2, 2nd Edition


Biology: How Life Works, Volume 2, 2nd Edition by James R. Morris, Daniel L. Hartl, Andrew H. Knoll, Robert A. Lue
English | November 27, 2015 | ISBN: 1319048889 | PDF | 796 pages | 134 MB

Biology: How Life Works was written in response to recent and exciting changes in biology, education, and technology with the goal of helping students to think like biologists. The text, visual program, and assessments were developed together to provide students with the best resources to gain an understanding of modern biology.

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Bit by Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World [Audiobook]


Bit by Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World [Audiobook] by Jeffrey Tucker
English | November 9, 2015 | ASIN: B017OAAGJI | MP3@64 kbps | 5 hrs 11 mins | 143 MB
Narrator: Larry Wayne

Bit by Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World argues that today’s emergent technology is about more than new and cool toys. Jeffrey Tucker, CLO of Liberty.me and Distinguished Fellow of the Foundation for Economic Education, argues that peer-to-peer technology is forging a new and brighter social, economic, and political order.

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Biology: How Life Works


Daniel L. Hartl, James R. Morris, Andrew H. Knoll, Robert A. Lue, Melissa Michael, Andrew Berry, Andrew Biewener, Brian Farrell, N. Michele Holbrook, "Biology: How Life Works, 2nd Edition"
ISBN: 1464126097 | 2015 | PDF | 1225 pages | 125 MB

Biology: How Life Works was written in response to recent and exciting changes in biology, education, and technology with the goal of helping students to think like biologists. The text, visual program, and assessments were developed together to provide students with the best resources to gain an understanding of modern biology.

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How It Works: Book of Dinosaurs 4th Edition


How It Works: Book of Dinosaurs 4th Edition
Future Publishing Limited | 2016 | English | ISBN: N/A | True PDF | 132 pages | 48 MB

Before the extinction event that changed their world forever, dinosaurs and their reptilian relatives of the sea and sky ruled the prehistoric world. From Allosaurus to Zuniceratops, travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs with the How It Works Book of Dinosaurs and discover these “terrible lizards” for yourself.

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How It Works: Book of Incredible Earth 7th Edition


How It Works: Book of Incredible Earth 7th Edition
Future Publishing Limited | 2016 | English | ISBN: N/A | True PDF | 180 pages | 56 MB

How the Earth was created? Why lightning strikes? What plants are poisonous? What causes earthquakes? Which animal is smartest? Or how the Galapagos Islands came to be? The How It Works Book of Incredible Earth provides answers to all these questions and more as it takes you on a thrilling journey through everything you need to know about the world we live in. Covering the scientific explanations behind weather phenomena, plant life, extreme landscapes and volatile volcanoes, as well as the amazing creatures found throughout the animal kingdom, there is something for everyone to learn about and enjoy.

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How Computers Work: The Evolution of Technology


Ron White, Timothy Edward Downs, "How Computers Work: The Evolution of Technology, 10th Edition"
ISBN: 078974984X | 2014 | PDF | 384 pages | 184 MB

The Evolution of Technology

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How to Hang a Picture: And Other Essential Lessons for the Stylish Home


How to Hang a Picture: And Other Essential Lessons for the Stylish Home by Jay Sacher, Suzanne LaGasa
English | November 12, 2013 | ISBN: 1250036038 | EPUB | 160 pages | 19.7 MB

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Like tying a Windsor knot or brewing a perfect cup of coffee, knowing how to hang art on your wall is a hallmark of everyday style and nuts-and-bolts know-how. The where, what, and whys of hanging art are an overlooked, under-appreciated line of inquiry. Most of us simply wing it with a quick eyeball and a swing of the hammer. How hard can it be? we think. What can go wrong? The answer, of course, is plenty: crumbling plaster, ruined antique laths, mismatched art hung too-close together, or a poorly-mounted photograph warping in its frame. But beyond the technical mishaps, there is a more essential lesson to be learned: The skill and consideration with which you decorate your home makes an aesthetic statement about the world you inhabit-and more importantly, when it’s done right, it very clearly looks a whole lot better.

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Leading the Unleadable: How to Manage Mavericks, Cynics, Divas, and Other Difficult People


Alan Willett, "Leading the Unleadable: How to Manage Mavericks, Cynics, Divas, and Other Difficult People"
English | ISBN: 0814437605 | 2016 | PDF/EPUB | 240 pages | 2 MB

The control-freak, the narcissist, the slacker, the cynic. Difficult people are the worst part of a manager’s job.
Whether it comes from direct reports or people above, outbursts, irrational demands, griping, and other disruptions need to be dealt with-and it’s your responsibility to do it. Leading the Unleadable turns this dreaded chore into a straight forward process that gently, yet effectively, improves behaviors. Written by an insider in the tech industry, where personality issues routinely wreck projects, the book reveals a core truth: most people actually want to contribute results, not cause headaches.

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The Camera Does the Rest: How Polaroid Changed Photography


Peter Buse, "The Camera Does the Rest: How Polaroid Changed Photography"
English | ISBN: 022617638X | 2015 | EPUB | 320 pages | 4 MB

In a world where nearly everyone has a cellphone camera capable of zapping countless instant photos, it can be a challenge to remember just how special and transformative Polaroid photography was in its day. And yet, there’s still something magical for those of us who recall waiting for a Polaroid picture to develop. Writing in the context of two Polaroid Corporation bankruptcies, not to mention the obsolescence of its film, Peter Buse argues that Polaroid was, and is, distinguished by its process-by the fact that, as the New York Times put it in 1947, “the camera does the rest.”

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