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Iowa, Past to Present: The People and the Prairie, Grade 5

by Dorothy Schwieder Thomas J. Morain Lynn Nielsen

A textbook history of Iowa for fifth grade students.

Iowa Trivia

by Janice Beck Stock

What is Iowa's only town on an island? What legendary film star was born in Winterset in 1907? What popular ice cream treat was invented in the town of Onawa in 1920? (Sabula; John Wayne; Eskimo Pie) Iowa is a state known for its farms and corn production. But there is much more to discover about the Hawkeye State, which celebrates its 155th anniversary in 2001. The questions and answers in Iowa Trivia range from the fairly obvious to the slighty more difficult to the totally obscure. They are divided into six fun categories that enable the book to be used with trivia board games: geography, entertainment, history, art/literature, sports/leisure, and science/nature. Iowa Trivia is a great gift for people who think they know it all about Iowa-or anyone who would like to.

iPad 2 For Dummies, 3rd Edition

by Edward C. Baig Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus

The up-to-date guide to getting the most out of your iPad or iPad 2! With an elegantly thin form, front-and-rear-facing cameras, irresistible multitouch interface, and, now, with the awesome iOS 5 and iCloud, the iPad is one addictive device. This full-color guide helps you get to know your iPad so well you may never want to put it down! Mac experts and veteran For Dummies authors Edward Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus walk you through the basics as you set up and explore the iPad, master the multitouch interface, set up iTunes for your iPad, browse the web, find apps in the App Store, and synchronize it all with iCloud. You'll learn how to turn your iPad into the ultimate gaming machine; curl up with an iBook; immerse yourself in music, videos, movies, and TV shows; and organize, edit, and share photos. Keep in touch with e-mail, social networking apps, iMessage, and FaceTime video calling. Plus, you'll never be late again, with the iPad's built-in address book, calendar, Maps, and Reminders. Covers the iPad 2 and iPad Fully updated for the newest iOS 5 features including Notification Center, iMessage, Newsstand, AirPlay Mirroring, Safari Reader, and more Explains how to record HD video; take fantastic photos; surf the web; organize your e-mail and calendar; and find your favorite music, movies, games, and apps Includes tips on protecting your information and troubleshooting From the beginner basics to smooth and savvy tips, iPad 2 For Dummies, 3rd Edition will make you wonder how you ever lived without your iPad.

iPad 2: The Missing Manual

by J. D. Biersdorfer

With iOS 5, Apple added more than 200 new features to the iPad 2, but there's still no printed guide to using all its amazing capabilities. That's where this full-color Missing Manual comes in. You'll learn how to stuff your iPad with media, organize your personal life, wirelessly stream content to and from your tablet, stay connected to friends, and much more. The important stuff you need to know: Build your media library. Fill your iPad with music, movies, TV shows, eBooks, eMagazines, photos, and more. Go wireless. Sync content between your computer and iPad--no wires needed. Get online. Connect through WiFi or Wi-Fi + 3G, and surf the Web using the iPad's new tabbed browser. Consolidate email. Read and send messages from any of your email accounts. Get social. Use built-in apps like iMessage, Twitter, and Ping to stay in touch. Store stuff in iCloud. Stash your content online for free, and sync up all your devices automatically. Interact with your iPad. Learn new finger moves and undocumented tips, tricks, and shortcuts.

iPad All-in-One For Dummies

by Nancy C. Muir

Your favorite, full-color anthology on all things iPad; now completely updated!The iPad's popularity just keeps growing. Part iPod, game console, e-reader, and ultra-powerful microcomputer; the iPad does so many things that this resource needs five minibooks to address them all. Written by bestselling For Dummies author Nancy Muir, this all-in-one guide explores iPad basics, fun stuff, iPad on the go, getting productive with iWork, and using iPad to get organized in five, full-color minibooks.Updated for iOS 7, iPad Air, iPad mini, and earlier iPad modelsStarts with the iPad basics like setting up your device, navigating the touchscreen interface, and getting connected before moving on to working with the built-in apps like Mail, Safari, Messages, Reminders, Calendar, and NotesCovers useful features and apps to help you work from anywhere - from using Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to printing documents, getting driving directions, managing your contacts, moreShows you where to find the latest apps, music, e-books, games, videos, movies, and accessories to customize your iPad and have a little funIncludes bonus online minibook with the best-of-the-best business, travel, education, news, weather, and financial appsTap into the power of iPad with iPad All-in-One For Dummies, 6th Edition.

iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies

by Ryan C. Williams Mike Levine

The easy way to use your iPad or iPhone to make amazing music If you are a budding or established musician looking to use your iPad or iPhone as a portable musical instrument, recording studio, or composition tool, then you've come to the right place! iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies explains in plain English how to hook up your preferred instrument to your iPad or iPhone to work on music projects within a plethora of recording apps. You'll also learn how to incorporate both real and MIDI instruments and audio, edit individual tracks, work with effects and chain multiple apps together, and mix and master songs. Thanks to apps such as AmpliTube, AudioBus, and Apple's own GarageBand, musicians can record entire songs in the comfort of their own homes and then mix, master, and distribute them right there on their iPads or iPhones. Packed with tons of step-by-step instructions, this friendly guide shows you how to use your device to go from recording a basic piece of music to creating and uploading complete songs with full instrumentation and multiple tracks, instruments, and effects. Demonstrates how to hook up your guitar or keyboard directly to your iPad or iPhone to record professional-grade tracks Helps musicians get the most out of their iPads or iPhones as portable musical instruments, recording studios, and composition tools Written by an industry expert and former senior writer for IK Multimedia, a leading manufacturer of music apps and hardware accessories for the iOS market Coverage goes beyond GarageBand to include other popular technologies Don't let the limitations and expense of yesterday's home studios keep you from recording awesome music--let iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies show you how easy it is to record and master your own music right from your living room.

iPad Design Lab - Basic

by Mario Garcia Reed Reibstein

iPad Design Lab - Basic is about storytelling in today's world, as more and more people consume information using the iPad and other tablets. This guide is the first to analyze the way that consumers take in information on the tablet platform and to help journalists and designers better understand the potential of this exciting medium. Written by Dr. Mario R. Garcia, Founder and CEO of Garcia Media and founder of the the Graphics & Design program at The Poynter Institute for Media Studies, this guide offers insight from the author's more than 40 years of experience consulting with such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Die Zeit (Germany), El Tiempo (Colombia) and South China Morning Post (Hong Kong). iPad Design Lab - Basic offers insights into storytelling, navigation, look and feel, multimedia, advertising, economics and the modern media ecosystem. Anyone who wants to learn how to present content on the iPad will benefit from this indispensable guide.PLEASE NOTE: This is the Basic version of Mario R. Garcia's iPad Design Lab. It contains all the images and external links of the original, but lacks the original's navigation scheme, interactive photo galleries, videos, audio introductions and glossary. Video and audio from the original are available in the enhanced edition of this book, iPad Design Lab - Basic Plus.

iPad mini For Dummies

by Edward C. Baig Bob Levitus

Big info about using the iPad mini!This fun-and-friendly full-color book gets you started with your iPad mini, walking you through using the multitouch interface, getting connected, going online, and packing your iPad mini with apps, games, e-books, photos, music, movies, and more. Expert authors and Mac gurus Edward C. Baig and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus guide you through everything from powering up all the way to syncing your stuff with iCloud. You'll learn how to manage your calendar, make video calls with FaceTime, work with Siri, and enjoy your iPad mini wherever you go.Updated for iOS 7, iPad mini with Retina Display, and original iPad miniWalks you through getting connected, syncing your contacts and calendars, setting up e-mail, browsing the web, and working with Notification CenterShows you how to turn your iPad mini into an entertainment hub and shoot and share photos and HD video, create your own slideshow, listen to your favorites tunes, read the latest e-book bestsellers, play interactive games, and moreExplains how to find your destination,get directions with Maps, check the weather, read movie reviews, and moreOffers troubleshooting and maintance help, tips for keeping your personal information secure, and ways to customize your iPad mini for your own needsYour iPad mini may be small, but it's one mighty mini! Find out everything it's capable of with this full-color, For Dummies guide.

iPad: The Missing Manual

by J. D. Biersdorfer

Apple's third-generation iPad has a new, razor-sharp Retina display and a robust processor that will dazzle you with their looks and speed, but you won't get far without an owner's manual to all the tablet's features. This comprehensive guide shows you how to transfer media to your iPad, sync and shop wirelessly, tap into WiFi and 4G cellular networks, and use iTunes for media management. The important stuff you need to know: Build your media library. Fill your iPad with music, photos, movies, TV shows, games, eBooks, and more. Sync wirelessly. Keep your iPad's apps, media, and email messages current without cabling up. Capture stunning images. Take photos and HD video with the tablet's new 5 megapixel iSight camera. Get online. Connect via WiFi or the blazing-fast 4G LTE cellular network--and create a free Wi-Fi hotspot with Verizon's iPad. Take dictation. "Speak" email messages and notes, and have the iPad type them up.

iPhone 5 All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition

by Joe Hutsko Barbara Boyd

Outsmart the smartest smartphone around: the iPhone 5! If you want to rock the hottest smartphone in town, get this great guide and find out how to get the very most out of the incredible iPhone. Five, full-color minibooks cover everything you want to know: iPhone basics, how to load your phone with add-ons and amazing apps, using the Siri Personal Assistant to keep your life on track, letting iPhone entertain you, and much more. It's over 600 pages packed with the latest on the latest, including iOS 6. Find a wealth of great ways to use your iPhone at home, at work, or on the go with this fun and easy guide. Covers the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 4 Five minibooks: Meet the iPhone, Stocking the iPhone with iTunes Apps and Add-Ons, Communications Central, Making Your iPhone Your Personal Assistant, and Letting iPhone Entertain You, walk you through all aspects of using your iPhone Gets you up to speed with the latest iPhone features and functions including the iOS 6 update Explains how to make phone and FaceTime video calls; exchange e-mails, text and multimedia messages; surf the web; buy apps; shoot and share videos; use Maps to get from Point A to Point B; and much more Shares valuable tips on troubleshooting, syncing your device with iCloud, connecting on the go, and keeping your iPhone happy Whether you're an iPhone newbie or already a savvy smartphone star, you'll find something you can use in iPhone 5 All-in-One For Dummies, 2nd Edition.

iPhone 5 First Steps For Dummies, Pocket Edition

by Mark L. Chambers

The first e-book you should download onto your new iPhone Just bought a new iPhone and need to know where to get started? iPhone 5 First Steps For Dummies gives you the essential step-by-step instructions you need to get up to speed fast and learn how to use the most essential features right out of the box. Focusing on the top tasks required to get started, this handy little e-book begins with a quick tour of your iPhone, then guides you through navigating the touch screen, getting comfortable with the keyboard, making a phone call, sending a text message, making video calls with FaceTime, getting acquainted with Siri your voice-activated virtual assistant, playing videos and music, downloading apps from the App Store, taking photos and video, configuring and using iCloud, and more. Offers users of the latest tech gadgets a focused list of the top tasks they need to start using their device right out of the gate Content is presented in a step-by-step format with accompanying screen shots and product images Helps you get familiar with iOS and the touchscreen, surf the web, send and receive e-mail, navigate with Maps, get organized with Reminders and Notification Center, download apps, buy music, and sync your data to iCloud Written by iPhone and Mac expert Mark L. Chambers, iPhone 5 First Steps For Dummies will be one of the handiest e-books every iPhone owner should have to get started using your device - and fast!

The iPhone App Design Manual

by Dave Brown

App creation is now a huge, global business, with hundreds of thousands of developers, entrepreneurs, and companies attracted by the potential rewards. But games, functional apps, and promotional apps alike depend on attractive, intuitive design for their appeal, and most fail to find a significant audience. With this book, you'll be able to turn your great app idea into a functioning design ready for coding, or apply graphic design skills to this exciting new field, and create an app that will stand out in a market that is worth over a billion dollars every year. Understand the design process that underlies the best and most successful apps Learn how to create a friendly interface and smooth user experience, and avoid the pitfalls that plague first-time designers Master the tricks of the trade that make apps stand out: effective visuals, punchy copy, and attractive colors

iPhone Application Development For Dummies

by Neal Goldstein

Start building iPhone apps today with this friendly guide, now in full color! Whether you're a beginning programmer who wants to build your first app or a professional developer looking to leverage the marketing power of the iPhone SDK, this book will help. It walks you through the basics for building a variety of iOS applications using Apple developer tools and covers the essential steps for creating apps that get accepted into the App Store. This new edition covers all the latest information, including key updates to iPad universal code and tips on developing specifically for mobile apps. Full-color illustrations make it easier to see exactly what will appear on your screen.Walks you through the fundamentals of developing a variety of applications for the iPhone Shows you how to use Apple's developer tools Delves into getting your apps into the App Store and selling them Addresses the universal code feature that allows you to develop apps and port them from the iPhone to the iPad and back Covers the latest updates for the iPad universal code and the new iPhone SDK No matter what your level of expertise may be, you'll be able to leverage the power of the iOS SDK with the advice in this full-color book.Note: Apple's iOS SDK tools are only accessible on Intel-powered Mac and MacBook devices.

iPhone Hacks

by Damien Stolarz Adam Stolarz David Jurick

With iPhone Hacks, you can make your iPhone do all you'd expect of a mobile smartphone -- and more. Learn tips and techniques to unleash little-known features, find and create innovative applications for both the iPhone and iPod touch, and unshackle these devices to run everything from network utilities to video game emulators. This book will teach you how to: Import your entire movie collection, sync with multiple computers, and save YouTube videos Remotely access your home network, audio, and video, and even control your desktop Develop native applications for the iPhone and iPod touch on Linux, Windows, or Mac Check email, receive MMS messages, use IRC, and record full-motion video Run any application in the iPhone's background, and mirror its display on a TV Make your iPhone emulate old-school video game platforms, and play classic console and arcade games Integrate your iPhone with your car stereo Build your own electronic bridges to connect keyboards, serial devices, and more to your iPhone without "jailbreaking" iPhone Hacks explains how to set up your iPhone the way you want it, and helps you give it capabilities that will rival your desktop computer. This cunning little handbook is exactly what you need to make the most of your iPhone.

iPhone in Easy Steps: Covers iPhone 4

by Dr Drew Provan

Assuming no prior knowledge and in the usual easy-to-follow In Easy Steps style, this title will start by explaining what exactly is the iPhone?Then, the author covers 136 topics which include cellular, wireless, battery and storage capabilities; Touch screen display; Virtual keyboard; audio and video playback; camera: stills and video; Buttons and controls; SIM card slot; Ports; Headphone socket; Installed programs; key new features with iPhone software version 4.0; customizing the Wallpaper; basic care of the iPhone; synchronizing data; using MobileMe; battery care; installing system software updates; initial setup and registration; Networks: Edge, 3G and WiFi; Airplane mode; all the clever ways of making phone calls including conference calls; music video; communicating using other programs including skype... everything the reader needs to know to make the most of the iPhone.All this for less than $15! A worthwhile investment for any iPhone 4 newbie!

iPhone & iPad Game Development For Dummies

by Paris Buttfield-Addison Neal Goldstein Jon Manning

Here's the scoop on building and marketing great games for the iPhone and iPad!The iPhone and iPad are the hottest techno-gadgets on the market today, and games for it are even hotter. To help you cash in on the trend, this book shows what it takes to create a good iPhone and iPad game and how to get it into the App Store.Neal Goldstein, leader of an iPhone app startup company, and his co-authors show you how to build a game that will sell, include quality graphics, market your game through the App Store, and more. Whether you're a programming novice or an experienced developer looking to enter the game market, here's how to get going.Games for the iPhone are among the hottest apps in Apple's App StoreLearn to build two game applications - from beginning to endWritten by successful mobile app developers, this guide begins with how to get started, including downloading the SDK and filling your toolboxCovers programming with Objective-C and Cocoa, what makes a good game, graphics, and creating good mobile appsExplains how to market your game through the App StoreiPhone and iPad Game Development For Dummies can start you on a fun hobby or a lucrative career.Note: Apple's iOS SDK tools are only accessible on Intel-powered Mac and MacBook devices.

iPhone: The Missing Manual

by David Pogue

As you'd expect of Apple, the iPhone is gorgeous. iPhone: The Missing Manual is a book as breathtaking as its subject. Teeming with high-quality color graphics, each custom designed page helps you accomplish specific tasks -- everything from Web browsing to watching videos. Written by New York Times columnist and Missing Manual series creator David Pogue, this book shows you how to get the most out of your new Apple iPhone. The name iPhone may be doing Apple a disservice. This machine is so packed with possibilities that the cellphone may actually be the least interesting part. The iPhone is at least three products merged into one: a phone, a wide-screen iPod and a wireless, touch-screen Internet communicator. The iPhone's beauty alone may be enough for you to dig for your credit cards, but its Mac OS X-based software makes it not so much a smartphone as something out of the film "Minority Report." The real magic, however, awaits when you browse the Web. You get to see the entire Web page on the iPhone's screen. All of this is cooked up with Apple's traditional secret sauce of simplicity, intelligence and whimsy. Written by New York Times columnist and Missing Manual series creator David Pogue, iPhone: The Missing Manual shows you everything they need to know to get the most out of your new Apple iPhone. Full of humor, tips, tricks, and surprises, this book teaches you how to extend iPhone's usefulness by exploiting its links to the Web as well as its connection to Macs or PCs; how to save money using Internet-based messages instead of phone calls; and how to fill the iPhone with TV shows and DVDs for free.

iPhone: The Missing Manual

by David Pogue

With the iOS5 software and the new iPhone 4S device, Apple has another world-class hit on its hands. This sleek, highly refined pocket computer comes with everything--cellphone, iPod, Internet, camcorder--except a printed manual. Fortunately, David Pogue is back with the latest edition of his witty, crystal-clear, colorful guide: the world's most popular iPhone book. Use it as a phone. Learn the basics as well as time-saving tricks and tips for contact searching by voice, texting, and more. Manage your stuff in the cloud. Sync and back up your contacts and media across all of your devices with iCloud. Get things done. Ask Siri to send reminders, place calls, and more. Master notifications. Use the Notification Center to find missed messages, calendar invitations, friend requests, and more. Connect with other iPhone owners. Send unlimited iMessages to friends, family, and colleagues who are also running iOS5. Treat it as an iPod. Master the ins and outs of iTunes, and listen to music, upload and view photos, and fill the iPhone with TV shows and movies. Take the iPhone online. Make the most of your online experience to browse the Web, read and compose email, use social networks, or send photos and audio files. Go beyond the iPhone. Learn how to use the App Store, and how to multitask between your apps, organize them in folders, and read ebooks in iBooks. Whether you have a brand-new iPhone or want to update an earlier model with the iOS5 software, this beautiful full-color book is the best, most objective resource available.

iPhone: The Missing Manual, Sixth Edition

by David Pogue

With the iOS 6 software and the new iPhone 5, Apple has two world-class hits on its hands. This sleek, highly refined pocket computer comes with everything--cellphone, iPod, Internet, camcorder--except a printed manual. Fortunately, David Pogue is back with this expanded edition of his witty, full-color guide: the world's most popular iPhone book.<P> The important stuff you need to know:<P> The iPhone 5. This book unearths all the secrets of the newest iPhone. Taller screen, faster chip, 4G LTE Internet, thinner than ever.<P> The iOS 6 software. Older iPhones gain Do Not Disturb, the new Maps app, shared Photo Streams, camera panoramas, smarter Siri, and about 197 more new features. It's all here.<P> The apps. That catalog of 750,000 add-on programs makes the iPhone's phone features almost secondary. Now you'll know how to find, manage, and exploit those apps.<P> The iPhone may be the world's coolest computer, but it's still a computer, with all of a computer's complexities. iPhone: The Missing Manual is a funny, gorgeously illustrated guide to the tips, shortcuts, and workarounds that will turn you, too, into an iPhone addict.<P> Advisory: Bookshare has learned that this book offers only partial accessibility. We have kept it in the collection because it is useful for some of our members. To explore further access options with us, please contact us through the Book Quality link on the right sidebar. Benetech is actively working on projects to improve accessibility issues such as these.

The iPhone Photographer

by Michael Fagans

The iPhone camera is a sophisticated device. It has compelled millions of people worldwide to take a new or renewed interest in photography. Let's face it: most of us now have a tiny yet highly competent camera in a pocket or purse at all times these days, and we use it to grab shots of people, places, and things more and more often as the technology improves-and you know what? We're largely pleased with those captures. If you're a SERIOUS photographer, you may be wondering just how much mileage you can get out of your "simple," ever-ready iPhone camera. Well, the answer may surprise you. In this book, Michael Fagans deconstructs photos taken in 60 scenarios-with a diverse array of subjects, in changing lighting conditions, in places that present unique challenges-showing you how to use solid, traditional photographic techniques to create great shots. Yes, Fagans will teach you the basics of creating a great photo. But there's far more: He'll show you that an iPhone, with the aid of apps, can mimic looks achieved by vintage cameras, a range of lenses, and countless filters. In this book, Fagans teaches you how to use free and low-cost apps and Instagram options to create (or, rather, re-create) beloved vintage-photo effects that you'd achieve with the Holga (a plastic vintage camera known for its unexpected lens distortion) and medium-format-camera looks. You'll learn how to choose and use digital lenses, filters, and effects-and combine and re-combine them-to intensify color and contrast, de-saturate color, introduce lens aberrations, play with the grain and color cast in the image, and much, much more. What to emulate the look of vintage film stock to create a photo with an aged, time-worn feel? No problem. Want to introduce a little focusing inaccuracy for effect? Easily done. Want to do these things AND use traditional, professional artificial lighting sources (think a large softbox), a professional image-editing platform (Photoshop), and really refine your message while pulling out all the stops? Fagans shows you how. The deconstruction of the images in this book makes it worth the price of admission. Still, however, there is far more: Fagans is a photographer's photographer. The book is peppered with inspiring quotes from Ansel Adams, Minor White, and countless other photographic visionaries that speak to the heart of photography.

iPhone Portable Genius

by Paul Mcfedries

Learn how to get even more out of your iPhone 5s, 6, and 6 PlusiPhone Portable Genius, 2nd Edition is packed with practical advice and covers all the key features in clear, no-nonsense language accessible to those new to the iPhone family or iOS 8. Even experienced iPhone users can discover new tips and tricks that help save time and eliminate hassles. This full-color guide is designed for the visual learner, featuring plenty of screenshots that illustrate various techniques. Genius icons highlight smarter, more innovative ways to do what you need to do better and faster. You'll find essential information about iOS, Siri, iCloud, and learn how to use your iPhone to manage, organize, and navigate your life.Each new iPhone release inspires fervor as consumers clamor to get their hands on the latest and greatest. Why the excitement? Because as seamlessly functional as the iPhone is, it just keeps getting better. iPhone Portable Genius, 2nd Edition teaches you the techniques that translate across generations and upgrades as well as the fundamentals of iOS. Learn to:Connect to a network, configure your settings, and work with iCloudMax out the media features, surf the Web, and check your e-mailManage your contacts, appointments, e-books, and librariesSync your apps, photos, music, and moreA comprehensive index designed for easy navigation, clear, concise instruction, and a small, portable size make this handy guide ideal for new iPhone users. Making calls is only the beginning, and iPhone Portable Genius, 2nd Edition shows you how much your iPhone has to offer.

iPhone Secrets

by Darren Murph

A top tech blogger takes you behind the scenes for an in-depth look at the iPhoneThe world's love of the iPhone only continues to grow by leaps and bounds. Darren Murph, managing editor of Engadget and a Guinness World Record holder as the most prolific blogger, explores every amazing capability of the iPhone and shows you how to take full advantage of this remarkable mini-computer. He reveals secret shortcuts, best ways to boost your productivity, how to take advantage of iMessage and push notifications, international iPhone travel tips, how to maximize AirPlay, and so much more.Most iPhone users barely scratch the surface of what the device can do; the world's leading tech blogger shares little-known secrets that let you take your iPhone use to a new levelCovers keeping the iPhone synced via iCloud, using mobile social networking and location-based platforms, multitasking, iMessage, making the most of Siri, and using all the video calling optionsHelps you maximize wireless convenience with AirPlay streaming media, Wi-Fi calling solutions for international travel, and the GameCenterLooks at troubleshooting and jailbreaking for peak performancePerfect for any gadget freak, even those with their first iPhoneiPhone Secrets opens up a new dimension of productivity, convenience, and fun for iPhone users.

IPM for Gardeners: A Guide to Integrated Pest Management

by Raymond A. Cloyd Philip L. Nixon Nancy R. Pataky

Many nurseries, land-use agencies, and public gardens now require the use of IPM as an intelligent, real-world system to raise plants in an environmentally responsible manner.

iPod and iTunes For Dummies

by Tony Bove

Get going with your iPod & iTunes and this perennial bestseller - now in full-color!iPod & iTunes For Dummies is the ultimate beginner's guide for getting started with your iPod and Apple's iTunes service. Now in its tenth edition, this helpful guide has been completely overhauled and boasts a full-color format for the first time ever. Veteran For Dummies author Tony Bove introduces you to the different iPod models, explains how to power up your iPod, and shows you how to set up iTunes. You'll learn to personalize your device, add music tracks from a CD to your iTunes library, set up a playlist, sync your content and apps with iCloud, and much more.Offers straightforward coverage of using your iPod as the ultimate digital music player and shows you how to choose the iPod model that's right for you, get started with your iPod, set up iTunes, master the touch interface, and shop at the iTunes StoreTeaches you how to add music tracks from a CD to your iTunes library, play content in iTunes, set up playlists, share content from your iTunes library, and manage photos and videosWalks you through sending and receiving e-mail, downloading and using apps, fine-tuning sound, updating and troubleshooting, and maintaining battery lifeProvides updates for iOS 6 and the latest iPod models and older favorites, including the iPod touch, iPod nano, iPod shuffle, and iPod classicGet in tune with the latest and the greatest music, videos, and more! iPod & iTunes For Dummies, 10th Edition puts you on track to enjoying iTunes and your iPod today.

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