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How to Start a Blog that People Will Read

by Mike Omar

Evaluate business ideas much more intelligently once you've gone through this whole process. This is because you will understand the fundamentals of keyword research & analysis, traffic & lead generation, social & affiliate marketing, monetization & conversion testing, and traffic analysis. These skills will help you immensely in ANY business you ever decide to start.

Teleportation: The Impossible Leap

by David Darling

An examination of developments in quantum physics which suggest that some form of matter transmission may be possible in the future.

BISG Guide to Accessible Publishing: 2019 Edition

by Bill Kasdorf Elaine Ober Robin Seaman

The BISG Quick Start Guide to Accessible Publishing offers both a succinct introduction to the basics of accessibility and the market advantages to publishers for adopting best practices in creating accessible digital content. It is available in the EPUB 3 format and serves as a model of a properly accessible publication. <P><P>The guide addresses why and how to create, distribute, and display accessible digital content and provides an overview of these topics: <br>The critical importance of accessibility <br>The business case for making content accessible <br>Practical advice on how best to make content accessible <br>Legal requirements for accessible content <P><P>The BISG Quick Start Guide to Accessible Publishing can help companies: <br>Make content more discoverable <br>Reach an untapped market <br>Streamline production workflow <br>Save money by creating "born accessible" educational materials <P><P>This is a critical and hopeful time, when technology and massive industry shifts are mitigating the constant catch-up effort that currently limits access and requires so much extra work to create accessible content. With the BISG Quick Start Guide to Accessible Publishing, publishers will discover an invaluable resource. When all digital content is also “born accessible,” the dream of equal access to information for everyone will be a reality.

Facebook—Can Ethics Scale in the Digital Age?

by Carin-Isabel Knoop George A. Riedel

Since its founding in 2004, Facebook has built a phenomenally successful business at global scale to become the fifth most valuable public company in the world. The revelation of Cambridge Analytica events in March 2018, where 78 million users' information was leaked in a 2016 US election cycle, exposed a breach of trust/privacy amongst its user community. In the past, growth at any costs appeared to be the de facto strategy. Now many voices such as regulators, advertisers, ethicists, shareholders and users argued for a more responsible approach to addressing their concerns. Mark Zuckerberg (CEO/Chair/Founder) and Sheryl Sandberg (COO) mapped out their six-point plan to address this existential threat. Could they continue to grow and rectify the breach of trust/privacy? Did other stakeholders have some greater responsibility too? In addition to issues of privacy and trust, there is a growing chorus of concern about "content moderation" - not for the easy topics like spam or copyright material -but for the hard things around political points of view, hate speech, polarizing perspectives, etc. How will Facebook strike the balance between free speech and corrosive content across billions of users and dozens of languages? Are they the arbiters of truth/censorship in the digital world?

Microcomputer Software Applications

by Joseph N. Roge Pamela T. Milstead Timothy Selwyn Ellis

Information on using the DOS operating system, the WordPerfect editor, and the Quattro spreadsheet program.

How Intranets Work

by Preston Gralla

Now you can learn how intranets work, what they can and cannot do for your organization. This is a great beginner's guide to intranets.

How to Use HTML 3.2

by Scott Arpajian Robert Mullen

A comprehensive, easy-to-use guide to html 3.2, the language of the worldwide web. If you're an aspiring web page author, an old hand or just curious about how it all works, this book is for you.

Teaching Of Computer Science

by P.N. Lakshmi Shanmugam

This book has been written as a basic textbook for B.Ed student teachers who have chosen one of the optional subjects as computer science -I studying in the B.Ed colleges affiliated to Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University. The importance of systematic and organized knowledge can hardly be exaggerated in this book. Ten chapters namely Hardware and Software, Aims of Teaching Computer Science, Micro-teaching, Lesson Plan and Unit Plan, Methods of Teaching. Teaching Aids. Curriculum, Evaluation in Education, Textbook, Assignment and Review are described in a simple language with images and necessary illustrations to enable the student teachers to understand it clearly and easily. It highlights skills and values for everyday use based upon Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives. A complete and detailed description of computer science library is helpful to the students in stimulating the ideas about digital library. Greater emphasis is given to the use of different types of tests and construction of Achievement test towards the improvement of learning and instruction.


by Viktor Mayer-Schönberger

Delete looks at the surprising phenomenon of perfect remembering in the digital age, and reveals why we must reintroduce our capacity to forget. Digital technology empowers us as never before, yet it has unforeseen consequences as well. Potentially humiliating content on Facebook is enshrined in cyberspace for future employers to see. Google remembers everything we've searched for and when. The digital realm remembers what is sometimes better forgotten, and this has profound implications for us all. In Delete, Viktor Mayer-Schönberger traces the important role that forgetting has played throughout human history, from the ability to make sound decisions unencumbered by the past to the possibility of second chances. The written word made it possible for humans to remember across generations and time, yet now digital technology and global networks are overriding our natural ability to forget--the past is ever present, ready to be called up at the click of a mouse. Mayer-Schönberger examines the technology that's facilitating the end of forgetting--digitization, cheap storage and easy retrieval, global access, and increasingly powerful software--and describes the dangers of everlasting digital memory, whether it's outdated information taken out of context or compromising photos the Web won't let us forget. He explains why information privacy rights and other fixes can't help us, and proposes an ingeniously simple solution--expiration dates on information--that may. Delete is an eye-opening book that will help us remember how to forget in the digital age.

American Privacy: The 400-year History of Our Most Contested Right

by Frederick S. Lane

A page-turning narrative of privacy and the evolution of communication, from broken sealing wax to high-tech wiretapping.

Get started on Android with TalkBack

by Homiyar Mobedji

This is a complete guide for using 'Talkback' with android devices. it It explains in details the various options offered to Blind and Low vision users for using the 'Talkback' screen reader for optimum use of their android devices.

A First Course in Electrical and Computer Engineering

by Louis Scharf

Electrical and computer engineering textbook

The Wave Three Way To Building Your Downline

by Richard Poe

The face of home business has changed in recent years. People are building businesses based on good products, treating each other well, and using the power of internet technology. Now millions of people just like you are learning to make a living from home. In this book you'll find dozens of stories of people from soccer moms to beach bums and fortune 500 executives and how they learned to make a living from home. They show you how you can too.

EFF's Guide to the Internet, v. 3.15

by Adam Gaffin

Welcome to the Internet! You're about to start a journey through a unique land without frontiers, a place that is everywhere at once -- even though it exists physically only as a series of electrical impulses. You'll be joining a growing community of millions of people around the world who use this global resource on a daily basis.<P> With this book, you will be able to use the Internet to:<P> * Stay in touch with friends, relatives and colleagues around the world, at a fraction of the cost of phone calls or even air mail.<P> * Discuss everything from archaeology to zoology with people in several different languages.<P> * Tap into thousands of information databases and libraries worldwide.<P> * Retrieve any of thousands of documents, journals, books and computer programs.<P> * Stay up to date with wire-service news and sports and with official weather reports.<P> * Play live, "real time" games with dozens of other people at once.

Teach Yourself Linux

by Robert Billing

This book will help to learn to set up a Linux system, add applications, make things happen automatically, connect to the Internet, share files with other systems, and even apply the basics of programming.

Windows Vista Secrets®

by Brian Livingston Paul Thurrott

From the book: Part I Surviving Setup Part II Understanding the Windows Vista User Experience Part III Security Part IV Digital Media and Entertainment Part V Mobility Part VI Internet and Networking Part VII Home Office/Power User

The Secret Guide to Computers

by Russ Walter

Crystal Fire: The Invention of the Transistor and the Birth of the Information Age (Sloan Technology Series)

by Michael Riordan Lillian Hoddeson

"With impeccable scholarship and meticulous research, this book covers an impressive sweep of history from the discovery of the electron to the first integrated circuit. ... A definitive account of the birth of the semiconductor industry." -London Daily Telegraph "In rich detail, Riordan and Hoddeson unfurl the development of the transistor and the lives of its three principal discoverers- John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Shockley. . . . Standing on the shoulders of giants while harvesting the fruits of their own astonishing research, the triumvirate of the transistor created the device that has revolutionized life today, making possible television, computers, and other electronic devices." -Library Journal

Sams Teach yourself PHP in 10 minutes

by Christopher Newman

Take your website from boring to bold and fresh with the power of php. Php is a powerful programming language specifically designed to create powerful website applications and scripts. This book has a lot to offer for both the person who has never written a line of programming code and the person who is experienced in other programming languages. Each lesson is designed to teach an important concept and is accompanied by examples and exercises to help the reader put the concepts into action.

Alpha Project Managers: What the Top 2% Know That Everyone Else Does Not

by Andy Crowe

Looks at the top two percent of project manager's and tries to see what distinguishes them from the other 98%

Lab Manual for MCSE Guide to Planning a Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 Network

by Byron Wright Jennifer Guttormson Kelly Reid

The objective of this lab manual is to assist you in preparing for the Microsoft Certification Exam 70-293: Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure by applying the objectives to relevant lab activities. This text is designed to be used in conjunction with MCSE Guide to Planning a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network (0-619-12025-8).

Computers & Communication Tech Part 2 Class 11 NCERT

by National Council of Educational Research and Training

Published by the NCERT, the book Computers and Communication Technology part 2 for std 11 will help students understand the different basic concepts of computers, Java script, coding and the internet. Written in simple english language the book follows the guidelines of the CBSE board.

Personal Power: The iOS Edition

by Michael Feir

Personal Power; The iOS Edition is a guide for blind people who either own or are interested in using iOS devices made by Apple. Namely, iPHONEs, iPAds and iPODs. No prior experience is presumed.

Learn Internet & E-mail in 24 Hours

by Anitha Vasanth Bennett

The Internet boom today has led to a tremendous mind-boggling increase in the number of net users. An average layman, who has not yet come to terms with this technology change, struggles to find an identity for himself. He has very insufficient or in the most cases no knowledge at all about this new world. Lots of books and brochures etc have been published to define this change in technology but the information is too scattered, insufficient or too high-strung. Compiled, as a single handbook for easy reading is "Internet and e-mail in 24 hours". It will prove to be "The Answer" for all the queries for which you have always searched for solutions...Surf through - The world is yours to browse.

Python for Unix and Linux System Administration

by Jeremy Jones Noah Gift

Python is an ideal language for solving problems, especially in Linux and Unix networks. With this pragmatic book, administrators can review various tasks that often occur in the management of these systems, and learn how Python can provide a more efficient and less painful way to handle them. Each chapter in Python for Unix and Linux System Administration presents a particular administrative issue, such as concurrency or data backup, and presents Python solutions through hands-on examples. Once you finish this book, you'll be able to develop your own set of command-line utilities with Python to tackle a wide range of problems. Discover how this language can help you: Read text files and extract information Run tasks concurrently using the threading and forking options Get information from one process to another using network facilities Create clickable GUIs to handle large and complex utilities Monitor large clusters of machines by interacting with SNMP programmatically Master the IPython Interactive Python shell to replace or augment Bash, Korn, or Z-Shell Integrate Cloud Computing into your infrastructure, and learn to write a Google App Engine Application Solve unique data backup challenges with customized scripts Interact with MySQL, SQLite, Oracle, Postgres, Django ORM, and SQLAlchemy With this book, you'll learn how to package and deploy your Python applications and libraries, and write code that runs equally well on multiple Unix platforms. You'll also learn about several Python-related technologies that will make your life much easier.

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