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Copy, Archive, Signature: A Conversation on Photography

by Jacques Derrida Jeff Fort Gerhard Richter

This book makes available for the first time in English-and for the first time in its entirety in any language-an important yet little-known interview on the topic of photography that Jacques Derrida granted in 1992 to the German theorist of photography Hubertus von Amelunxen and the German literary and media theorist Michael Wetzel. Their conversation addresses, among other things, questions of presence and its manufacture, the technicity of presentation, the volatility of the authorial subject, and the concept of memory. Derrida offers a penetrating intervention with regard to the distinctive nature of photography vis-à-vis related technologies such as cinema, television, and video. Questioning the all-too-facile divides between so-called old and new media, original and reproduction, analog and digital modes of recording and presenting, he provides stimulating insights into the ways in which we think and speak about the photographic image today. Along the way, the discussion fruitfully interrogates the question of photography in relation to such key concepts as copy, archive, and signature. Gerhard Richter introduces the volume with a critical meditation on the relationship between deconstruction and photography by way of the concepts of translation and invention. Copy, Archive, Signature will be of compelling interest to readers in the fields of contemporary European critical thought, photography, aesthetic theory, media studies, and French Studies, as well as those following the singular intellectual trajectory of one the most influential thinkers of our time.

The Copy Editing And Headline Handbook

by Barbara Ellis

Everyone in the newsroom agrees that copy editors are the unsung heroes in the business who, until now, have never had a succinct and authoritative guide for on-the-job use. From counting the headline to line breaks, from decks to jumps, from editing numbers and photo captions to editing for organization, The Copy Editing and Headline Handbook is the complete source of essential information for the copy editor. Whether copy editing on a computer or on the printed page, for a newspaper or for a magazine, Barbara Ellis shows how to clean, organize, and proof copy like a pro. With special sections on libel, captions, forbidden words, job hazards, and head counts, as well as a section of the most commonly used symbols in copy editing and proofreading, the Handbook is essential for every copy editor's bookshelf.

Copy Kat

by Karen Kijewski

You can't outrun sorrow - the old saying follows private eye Kat Colorado when she takes an undercover assignment to flee the nightmares stemming from a homicide she committed in self-defense.

Copycat

by Erica Spindler

Five years ago, three young victims were found murdered, posed like little angels. No witnesses, no evidence left behind. The Sleeping Angel Killer called his despicable acts 'the perfect crimes.' The case nearly destroyed homicide detective Kitt Lundgren's career-because she let the killer get away.Now the Sleeping Angel Killer is back. But Kitt notices something different about this new rash of killings-a tiny variation that suggests a copycat killer may be re-creating the original 'perfect crimes.' Then the unthinkable happens. The Sleeping Angel Killer himself approaches Kitt with a bizarre offer: he will help her catch his copycat.Kitt must decide whether to place her trust in a murderer-or risk falling victim to a fiend who has taken the art of the perfect murder to horrific new heights.

The Copycat Effect: How the Media and Popular Culture Trigger the Mayhem in Tomorrow's Headlines

by Loren Coleman

VIOLENCE BEGETS VIOLENCE BEGETS VIOLENCE... A disturbed student shoots up his classroom -- and suddenly a wave of mass murder is sweeping through our nation's schools. A young child is taken from her home -- and for months afterward child abductions are frantically reported on an almost daily basis. A surfer is attacked by a shark -- and the public spends an entire summer fearing an onslaught of the deadly underwater predators. Why do the terrible events we see in the media always seem to lead to more of the same? Noted author and cultural behaviorist Loren Coleman explores how the media's over-saturated coverage of murders, suicides, and deadly tragedies makes an impact on our society. This is The Copycat Effect -- the phenomenon through which violent events spawn violence of the same type. From recognizing the emerging patterns of the Copycat Effect, to how we can deal with and counteract its consequences as individuals and as a culture, Loren Coleman has uncovered a tragic flaw of the information age -- a flaw which must be corrected before the next ripples of violence spread.

Copycat Killing

by Sofie Kelly

Everyone thinks their cats are special--but Owen and Hercules have powers that go far beyond an adorable look or an irresistible purr. Along with their owner, librarian Kathleen Paulson, they have an uncanny instinct for solving crimes...It's been raining cats and dogs in Mayville Heights. The small town's been deluged, and now the local artists' co-op is on the verge of flooding. Kathleen has been up all night helping her friends move their creations to the safety of the upstairs studio. The artwork survives, but when controversial mask maker Jaeger Merrill is found drowned in the co-op basement, Kathleen questions whether the death was accidental. After she discovers the artist was using an assumed name, she realizes she can't actually assume anything about him. With the help of handsome detective Marcus Gordon--and her cats' extraordinary powers of detection--it's up to Kathleen to unmask a killer.

Copycats

by Patricia Almada

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Copyediting and Proofreading For Dummies

by Suzanne Gilad

Turn your knack for language into a lucrative careerMust-know techniques and resources for maximizing your accuracy and speedInterested in becoming a copyeditor or proofreader? Want to know more about what each job entails? This friendly guide helps you position yourself for success. Polish your skills, build a winning résumé and land the job you've always wanted. Books, magazines, Web sites, corporate documents - find out how to improve any type of publication and make yourself indispensable to writers, editors, and your boss.Balance between style and rulesMaster the art of the queryUse proofreader symbolsEdit and proof electronic documentsBuild a solid freelancing career

CopyKat.com's Dining Out at Home Cookbook

by Stephanie Manley

YOU LOVE IT AT THE RESTAURANT...NOW MAKE IT AT HOMEPacked with the most popular recipes from CopyKat.com, this book offers over 200 unauthorized restaurant re-creations that have been tested and re-tested by people just like you. Each delicious dish is guaranteed to taste like the restaurant original so you can: Save money while enjoying all your favorite restaurant dishes Mix and match items from different restaurants to create the perfect meal Satisfy kids with their fast food favorites while making a fancier dinner for the adults Modify original re-creations to make them healthier while maintaining the delicious taste Find the ideal recipe for any occasion with the book's quick reference icons, impress-your-guest dishes, quick-and-easy treats, meat-lover fare and vegetarian optionsThere are recipes for all your favorite entreés, appetizers, soups, salads, desserts and more from Americas best restaurants, including: Boston Market® Chili's® Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® IHOP® Jack in the Box® Joe's Crab Shack® Mrs. Fields® Olive Garden® Outback Steakhouse® Red Lobster® Taco Bell® T.G.I. Friday's® The Cheesecake Factory®

Copyright and Piracy: An Interdisciplinary Critique

by Lionel Bently Jennifer Davis Jane C. Ginsburg

An understanding of the changing nature of the law and practice of copyright infringement is a task too big for lawyers alone; it requires additional inputs from economists, historians, technologists, sociologists, cultural theorists and criminologists. Where is the boundary to be drawn between illegal imitation and legal inspiration? Would the answer be different for creators, artists and experts from different disciplines or fields? How have concepts of copyright infringement altered over time and how do such changes relate, if at all, to the cultural norms operating amongst creators in different fields? With such an approach, one might perhaps begin to address the vital and overarching question of whether strong copyright laws, rigorously enforced, impede rather than promote creativity. And what can be done to avoid any such adverse consequences, while maintaining the effectiveness of copyright as an incentive-mechanism for those who need it?

The Copyright Handbook: How to Protect and Use Written Works (9th edition)

by Stephen Fishman

Fishman is San Francisco-based intellectual property and business attorney who has written numerous self-help law books for Nolo Press. He offers copyright advice to writers of words (not music) in any genre, whether working freelance or for someone else, and for related professionals such as editors, publishers, librarians, and literary agents. First he summarizes the current copyright law in the US, then discusses particular problems or goals. The first edition appeared in 1992 and the most recent in 2002. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Copyright Law: Essential Cases and Materials

by Joseph P. Liu Alfred C. Yen

This casebook emphasizes the essential cases and materials at the heart of copyright law. The result is a streamlined and well-organized casebook of manageable length that keeps the central themes of copyright front and center. It also provides access to a companion Web site containing an extensive library of additional modules, topics, edited cases, notes, problems, and audio-visual materials. Together these materials, along with a companion teacher's manual, allow teachers to easily customize the copyright law course to suit their specific goals. The authors have written extensively about copyright, the arts, and the impact of new technology.

The Copyright Wars

by Peter Baldwin

Today's copyright wars can seem unprecedented. Sparked by the digital revolution that has made copyright--and its violation--a part of everyday life, fights over intellectual property have pitted creators, Hollywood, and governments against consumers, pirates, Silicon Valley, and open-access advocates. But while the digital generation can be forgiven for thinking the dispute between, for example, the publishing industry and Google is completely new, the copyright wars in fact stretch back three centuries--and their history is essential to understanding today's battles. The Copyright Wars--the first major trans-Atlantic history of copyright from its origins to today--tells this important story.Peter Baldwin explains why the copyright wars have always been driven by a fundamental tension. Should copyright assure authors and rights holders lasting claims, much like conventional property rights, as in Continental Europe? Or should copyright be primarily concerned with giving consumers cheap and easy access to a shared culture, as in Britain and America? The Copyright Wars describes how the Continental approach triumphed, dramatically increasing the claims of rights holders. The book also tells the widely forgotten story of how America went from being a leading copyright opponent and pirate in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to become the world's intellectual property policeman in the late twentieth. As it became a net cultural exporter and its content industries saw their advantage in the Continental ideology of strong authors' rights, the United States reversed position on copyright, weakening its commitment to the ideal of universal enlightenment--a history that reveals that today's open-access advocates are heirs of a venerable American tradition.Compelling and wide-ranging, The Copyright Wars is indispensable for understanding a crucial economic, cultural, and political conflict that has reignited in our own time.

Copyrights And Copywrongs

by Siva Vaidhyanathan

explores the history of copyright law and its evolution into something akin to property law, and warns of the consequences of this trend.

Copyright's Highway

by Paul Goldstein

From eighteenth-century copyright law, to current-day copyright issues on the internet, to tomorrow's "celestial jukebox"-a digital repository of books, movies, and music available on demand-Paul Goldstein presents a thorough examination of the challenges facing copyright owners and users. One of the nation's leading authorities on intellectual property law, Goldstein offers an engaging, readable, and intelligent analysis of the effect of copyright on American politics, economy, and culture. Goldstein presents and analyzes key legal battles, including Supreme Court decisions on home taping and 2 Live Crew's contested sampling of Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman. " In this revised edition, the author expands the discussion to cover electronic media, including an examination of recent Napster litigation, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and the vexed Secure Digital Music Initiative, under which record companies attempted to develop effective encryption standards for their products. Praise for the first edition: "A clever and vibrant book that traces copyright history from the invention of the printing press through current challenges to copyright from new technologies . . . . Most compelling [on] multimedia technologies. " -Sabra Chartrand,The New York Times "This eminent authority writes with clarity, lucidity and a wry sense of humor about a subject whose complexities can be daunting. " -Jonathan Kirsch,Los Angeles Times "A wonderfully American tale of how law, literature, politics and megabucks intersect. " -William Petrocelli,San Francisco Chronicle

Copywriting for the Electronic Media: A Practical Guide (6th edition)

by Milan D. Meeske

This text for undergraduates offers ample copywriting practice with about 80 exercises that sharpen copywriting skills in a variety of venues. Realistic situations typical of entry-level copywriting positions are included. The structure of the text is appropriate for an introduction to writing for electronic media, where many topics are covered, or it can be used to focus on writing for radio and television alone. Along with copywriting materials, the text includes material not always found in texts, such as chapters on copywriting style, consumer behavior, and legal and ethical aspects of copywriting. B&w examples of storyboards and actual aired copy are used extensively. This sixth edition contains new material on getting the first job and the role of the Internet. The grammar review has been expanded and simplified for this edition. Meeske is professor emeritus at the University of Central Florida. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Cora

by Mildred Colvin

Historical Christian romance set in Missouri in the 1830's.

Cora at Camp Blue Waters (Leveled Readers 4.4.2)

by Philemon Sturges

Tells of a little girl who learns and loves to paint and draw at summer camp.

The Coral Kingdom (Forgotten Realms: Druidhome #2)

by Douglas Niles

Traveling far beyond the shores of her island kingdom, a high princess battles the vicious undersea race that is holding her father prisoner, a battle that climaxes in the dark depths of the Sea of Moonshae.

A Coral Kiss

by Jayne Ann Krentz

Amy and Jed are just friends. But when they travel to a Pacific island to solve Amy's boyfriend's murder, she fears that Jed's dark secret may be her worst danger.

Coral Moon

by Brandilyn Collins

In book two of the Kanner Lake Series by Brandilyn Collins, a murder and a cryptic message plunge a small resort community in the wilds of northern Idaho into a terrifying encounter with the supernatural. And the solution appears to be one that can't be true . . . but must be.

The Coral Reef

by Mark Norman Karen Zipkas

Second grade reading series about coral reefs.

Coral Reefs

by Jason Chin

Venture to the depths of the coral reefs in an exploration of the true and truly wild in this follow-up to the stellar Redwoods. During an ordinary visit to the library, a girl pulls a not-so-ordinary book from the shelves. As she turns the pages in this book about coral reefs, the city around her slips away and she finds herself surrounded by the coral cities of the sea and the mysterious plants and animals that live, hunt, and hide there. Image descriptions present.

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