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Living In the Digital Age By Collins Okere
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Anyone who is living in these times and knows nothing about the internet, is not truely living in this age. Since when the internet became accessible to individuals through personal computers and... More > recently through the mobile, the internet has altered how we live. The internet as literarily connected the world. With your smart devices such as an BlackBerry, iPhone, Tablets, Phablets etc you can send messages to people through texts, voice or video formats across several platforms online and know about events happening in any part of the world. You can also get access to tonnes of information about almost every field of endeavor. The internet has also affected and is changing the traditional way we carry out our activities from our everyday commercial activity like buying and selling, to learning, to communications etc. In this book, I have helped to identify the basic things you need to know as an individual on the internet. Have a safe reading!< Less
Selling in the Digital Age By Bruce May
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This book shows you how to sell in the digital age. It includes the most important lessons in using digital, social and content marketing best practices. Discover how you can use automated marketing... More > platforms to capture, nurture and convert leads.< Less
Playful Mapping in the Digital Age By The Playful Mapping Collective
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From Mah-Jong, to the introduction of Prussian war-games, through to the emergence of location-based play: maps and play share a long and diverse history. This monograph shows how mapping and playing... More > unfold in the digital age, when the relations between these apparently separate tropes are increasingly woven together. Fluid networks of interaction have encouraged a proliferation of hybrid forms of mapping and playing and a rich plethora of contemporary case-studies, ranging from fieldwork, golf, activism and automotive navigation, to pervasive and desktop-based games evidences this trend. Examining these cases shows how mapping and playing can form productive synergies, but also encourages new ways of being, knowing and shaping our everyday lives. The chapters in this book explore how play can be a more than just an object or practice, and instead focus on its potential as a method for understanding maps and spatiality.< Less
Irrational Exuberance in the Digital Age By Travis McHenry
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A story of money and sex in the era of dial-up. Matthew Morgan is a small town college dropout who finds himself unexpectedly flush with cash after a chance investment on an internet startup. He... More > suddenly has everything he ever wanted: posh friends, beautiful women, and all the alcohol and drugs money can buy. As the end of the twentieth century approaches, the dot-com bubble bursts and Matthew is forced to realize it takes more than chance to strike it rich in the digital age.< Less
THE INVISIBLE HAND IN THE DIGITAL AGE By Andre Burrell et al.
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A quick review on the effect of "the Invisible Hand" economic theory on small businesses in the digital age.
Digital Cultures: Age of the Intellect By Dr. Ganesh Shermon
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Comments by global thought leaders on Business of Staffing: A Talent Agenda: “Your section on how HR needs to change in a digital context is spot on with those twenty points” (M. S.... More > Krishnan, Associate Dean, Global Initiatives, Accenture Professor of Computer Information Systems, Professor of Technology and Operations, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan). “Ganesh Shermon has really nailed it. He really knows this area well. Well worth reading for anyone interested in this field” (Mark Smith, National Industry Leader, Financial services, KPMG LLP; earlier Global Head of People & Change Practice). “A must-read for today’s HR professionals as they seek to learn evidence-based practices as they transform their talent management performance” (Laura Croucher, Americas leader, KPMG HR, Transformation Centre of Excellence).< Less
Digital Cultures: Age of the Intellect By Dr. Ganesh Shermon
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Comments by global thought leaders on Business of Staffing: A Talent Agenda: “Your section on how HR needs to change in a digital context is spot on with those twenty points” (M. S.... More > Krishnan, Associate Dean, Global Initiatives, Accenture Professor of Computer Information Systems, Professor of Technology and Operations, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan). “Ganesh Shermon has really nailed it. He really knows this area well. Well worth reading for anyone interested in this field” (Mark Smith, National Industry Leader, Financial services, KPMG LLP; earlier Global Head of People & Change Practice). “A must-read for today’s HR professionals as they seek to learn evidence-based practices as they transform their talent management performance” (Laura Croucher, Americas leader, KPMG HR, Transformation Centre of Excellence).< Less
Literature the Digital Age By Gideon Omer Burton
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This is a collection of short essays by students at Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah) who push the boundaries of traditional literary study to explore the benefits of digital tools in academic... More > writing. It is intended for all those who value literary studies and who sense the coming change in how books are read, discussed, and written about in the digital age. It is a collaborative project, produced by students of an advanced writing course at Brigham Young University taught by Gideon Burton in May and June of 2011. The chapters deal with how electronic text formats and blogging can be effectively used to explore literary works, develop one's thinking publicly, and research socially. Students used literary works to read the emerging digital environment while simultaneously using new media to connect with audiences beyond the classroom. Professor Burton wrote the introduction and 3 students edited the book. The professor and the students in the class each wrote one of the 17 chapters, dealing with< Less
Nursery Rhymes for the Digital Age By Sandra Staines
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Do you remember the nursery rhymes you used to enjoy as a child? They have now been updated for the digital age. Please Note: Although this is not an 'adult content' book it is not intended for... More > children, but for adults as it requires a certain level of sophistication to understand the humour. One, Two, Three, Four, Five One, Two, Three, Four, Five People once caught fish alive Now they do their phishing on the internet How I despise these crooks These phisher men I've never met Little Tommy Tucker Little Tommy Tucker Uses an app to order pizza for supper He has no use for a knife For the pizza is already sliced And when he has done eating it He will browse a dating site For a potential wife Doctor Foster Doctor Foster was needed in Gloucester His skills, quite precise, were most rare So he hooked up a camera And with the aid of some smart software He controlled the operation from his armchair Download your copy now and marvel at how much things have changed,< Less
Making Your Film in the Digital Age By Larry Gardner
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An introductory crash course in digital filmmaking for the advanced amateur or professional moving into digital cinematography. An in-depth description of the entire process, covering artistic,... More > financial, legal and technical aspects.< Less

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