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Publish Your Book (or E-book) in 10 Minutes Flat - for FREE! By Big Deal Books
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5 Easy Steps to Self-Publishing. A step-by-step guide from start to finish, including marketing and advertising tips.
Starting Your Own Business 1: Planning Basics By Big Deal Books
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Book 1 of 2. This E-book offers great tips and resources for individuals starting a small business. Includes small business FAQs, Why small businesses fail, a business plan outline, and links to free... More > one-on-one counseling for business owners!< Less
Starting Your Own Business 2: Start-up Basics By Big Deal Books
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Book 2 of 2. This E-book offers further resources and information for individuals starting a small business. A detailed guide on the following topics: Financing Your Start-up, Buying vs. Starting... More > New, Business Name, Business Structure, Licensing and Permits, Copyright, Trademark, and Patent, and Zoning and Location. Also features links to free online courses for Entrepreneurs!< Less
The Big Deal and the Damage Done By Walt Crawford
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When academic libraries adopted the Big Deal and other bundles of serials, it seemed like a win-win-win situation: Publishers had predictable revenues, libraries gained some price relief, users... More > gained access to many more serials. But Big Deals have damaged humanities and other fields that rely on monographs and the ability of libraries to do everything else--and in the long run, they're probably not sustainable anyway. This study looks at U.S. academic libraries by size, sector and Carnegie classification, showing spending changes from 2000 through 2010 for current serials, books and other acquisitions, and everything else; in the process, it shows the damage done.< Less
The Big Deal and the Damage Done By Walt Crawford
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When academic libraries adopted the Big Deal and other bundles of serials, it seemed like a win-win-win situation: Publishers had predictable revenues, libraries gained some price relief, users... More > gained access to many more serials. But Big Deals have damaged humanities and other fields that rely on monographs and the ability of libraries to do everything else--and in the long run, they're probably not sustainable anyway. This study looks at U.S. academic libraries by size, sector and Carnegie classification, showing spending changes from 2000 through 2010 for current serials, books and other acquisitions, and everything else; in the process, it shows the damage done.< Less
Big Deal By Ezio Tarantino
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Nel mondo della grande editoria internazionale si aggira una minaccia: il movimento dell'"open access", per il quale il mondo della ricerca deve poter accedere liberamente all'informazione... More > scientifica, restituita finalmente a chi la produce. Per Stefano, rappresentante in Italia di una grande multinazionale dell'editoria scientifica, manager con l'unico obiettivo di fare salire i profitti, raggiungendo il target di guadagni stabilito, l'open access è una minaccia personale, un incubo di cui doversi liberare. Ha un mandato: sconfiggerlo, una volta per sempre. Forse lo prenderà troppo alla lettera. E poi c'è Chiara, la nuova collega, non così ingenua come sembrerebbe. Bellissima, sfuggente, solare e misteriosa. Bella da sconvolgere la vita di chi non sa far molto per difendere valori e principi ridotti, senza drammi, a una moneta scaduta.< Less
Big Deal By Ezio Tarantino
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Nel mondo della grande editoria internazionale si aggira una minaccia: il movimento dell'"open access", per il quale il mondo della ricerca deve poter accedere liberamente all'informazione... More > scientifica, restituita finalmente a chi la produce. Per Stefano, rappresentante in Italia di una grande multinazionale dell'editoria scientifica, manager con l'unico obiettivo di fare salire i profitti, raggiungendo il target di guadagni stabilito, l'open access è una minaccia personale, un incubo di cui doversi liberare. Ha un mandato: sconfiggerlo, una volta per sempre. Forse lo prenderà troppo alla lettera. E poi c'è Chiara, la nuova collega, non così ingenua come sembrerebbe. Bellissima, sfuggente, solare e misteriosa. Bella da sconvolgere la vita di chi non sa far molto per difendere valori e principi ridotti, senza drammi, a una moneta scaduta.< Less
The Deal Makers By William Francis Jack
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Daisy Lohman just started law school and has a job as a paralegal with the city's most prestigious law firm at the best time -- Two foreign investors arrive to sink big money into her home town, and... More > her law firm will represent them. Soon her life will be filled with order, precision, and honorable people. Right.< Less
Dealing with Loneliness By Rewards4life
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"...Loneliness is an emotional state. This is a state where people experience a disconnection from people around them as well as a deep feeling of emptiness, which renders their present company... More > around them meaningless. That person could be in a big crowd or by him/herself, married or single, young or old. They basically find it very hard to connect with others and experiences emancipation from meaningful relationships......Being alone does not equate to being lonely because sometimes it is good for a person to be alone and at times it could be very refreshing as the person has the opportunity to refresh, recuperate and rediscover part of our lives..."< Less
The Big Deal and the Damage Done: Campus License By Walt Crawford
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When academic libraries adopted the Big Deal and other bundles of serials, it seemed like a win-win-win situation: Publishers had predictable revenues, libraries gained some price relief, users... More > gained access to many more serials. But Big Deals have damaged humanities and other fields that rely on monographs and the ability of libraries to do everything else--and in the long run, they're probably not sustainable anyway. This study looks at U.S. academic libraries by size, sector and Carnegie classification, showing spending changes from 2000 through 2010 for current serials, books and other acquisitions, and everything else; in the process, it shows the damage done. This edition explicitly allows loading on a campus ebook server with unlimited simultaneous use. NOTE: Since this is just a PDF, it can legitimately be mounted on any campus or library server that has at least some level of campus/student authentication.< Less