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Coworking: How Freelancers Escape the Coffee Shop Office and Tales of Community from Independents Around the World By Angel Kwiatkowski & Beth Buczynski
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Coworking is more than a shared office space for independents and freelancers. Anyone can locate a desk and a free internet connection, but coworking provides more. It allows independent... More > professionals to participate in a global community that is part support system, part educational network, and part creative think tank. Coworking recognizes that freelancers are social creatures that can accomplish more together than alone. With tips for finding and participating in both the local and global coworking community, this book will help you escape the coffee shop or home office, and embrace the diverse community of independent workers that's growing all over the world.< Less
Confessions of Guilt and Indulgence (public view) By Laura Lee
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‘Waste not want not’ means exactly what it says, never wasting anything results in never wanting anything. Yet, to many, to want is to live, and to live is to waste. But how much should... More > one ‘live to waste,’ and to what degree? The book begins in a rectilinear midtown apartment in New York City as the foundation for radical modifications of use and activity. Guilty of its own consumption, and overwhelmed by its mundane production of routines, the house is sliced like a loaf of bread, isolating programmatic zones and freeing them from dependence on contextual and spatial orders. A second slice, doubling the footprint, propels the story deeper as added space comes with a communal tradeoff. Negotiating with site and neighbor, the house becomes aware of its place amongst a world of things—of objects produced ‘en masse’ yet enjoyed individually. My house, this house, becomes consciously aware of production, and its own production. Waste not, want not.< Less
Confessions of Guilt and Indulgence (public view) By Laura Lee
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‘Waste not want not’ means exactly what it says, never wasting anything results in never wanting anything. Yet, to many, to want is to live, and to live is to waste. But how much should... More > one ‘live to waste,’ and to what degree? The book begins in a rectilinear midtown apartment in New York City as the foundation for radical modifications of use and activity. Guilty of its own consumption, and overwhelmed by its mundane production of routines, the house is sliced like a loaf of bread, isolating programmatic zones and freeing them from dependence on contextual and spatial orders. A second slice, doubling the footprint, propels the story deeper as added space comes with a communal tradeoff. Negotiating with site and neighbor, the house becomes aware of its place amongst a world of things—of objects produced ‘en masse’ yet enjoyed individually. My house, this house, becomes consciously aware of production, and its own production. Waste not, want not. < Less
MACROECONOMICS: Developed Into An Exact Science By Grady W. Amy
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Click on "Preview" to display a three page description of the book and a preview of the entire book. This book derives theoretical equations for macroeconomics. The inflation equation... More > was derived first. Calculated values of inflation equal the consumer price index values of inflation, for every year of the forty years from 1960 through 1999. Equations were derived that determine inflation, unemployment, economic capacity, economic robustness, and income distribution. Four variables--production, wage, money supply, and inventory--were used to create a model of the economy that calculates inflation, personal consumption, gross business product, and unemployment. Economic data verify that this model and these equations are exact. The book reveals answers to several long-standing questions: what causes the business cycle; why national income does not fit the normal distribution instead of being skewed; why is the Phillips curve not always relevant, etc.< Less
Know Your Number By Linda Carlson & Nancy Ingvoldstad
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Goal of book: to empower a person to take control over their eating, food choices, and weight. Based upon understanding the food/exercise relationship and daily calories consumed.
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Our Ancestors Survival Through Epidemics and Disease By TC Cottrell
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The author examines the leading diseases and epidemics that impacted our ancestors lives as they migrated to the new world and then spread across this great country from the eastern to the western... More > shore. The first chapter provides a broad overview of the diseases they faced. In the following chapters the focus is on specific epidemics and diseases using information taken mostly from historical newspapers which provide a more personal insight on the impact on local populations. In the last chapter the author focuses on maladies that were not in the top ten covered in previous chapters as well as non-communicable illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, and alcoholism. The author also provides a personal look at some of his own ancestors and the maladies that impacted their lives as they traveled across our land, sometimes leaving the graves of their loved ones behind.< Less
What Color Is Your Sky? By Derek Joe Tennant
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We dance with the Universe, our spirits free to touch the Earth and one another lightly and with loving attention. Can we blend our energies and begin to move together, rather than in... More > competition? There is abundant energy in our world for life and for love, if we can but share. Will we pull together in cooperation, or pull apart in conflict? Change will not come from outside, politicians and corporations will not instigate this change themselves. If we desire a world based in love, it falls to us to speak up, to inspire our family and friends, and to begin to take steps to bring it into existence. Change begins when we let go of the old to make room for the new. All around us, today, the old ways of living are cracking and beginning to crumble. What new vision will ooze through the cracks and into manifestation? Can you add your voice to shaping our future?< Less
What Color Is Your Sky? By Derek Joe Tennant
eBook (PDF): $3.99
We dance with the Universe, our spirits free to touch the Earth and one another lightly and with loving attention. Can we blend our energies and begin to move together, rather than in... More > competition? There is abundant energy in our world for life and for love, if we can but share. Will we pull together in cooperation, or pull apart in conflict? Change will not come from outside, politicians and corporations will not instigate this change themselves. If we desire a world based in love, it falls to us to speak up, to inspire our family and friends, and to begin to take steps to bring it into existence. Change begins when we let go of the old to make room for the new. All around us, today, the old ways of living are cracking and beginning to crumble. What new vision will ooze through the cracks and into manifestation? Can you add your voice to shaping our future?< Less
Addie's Diary By Dick Williams
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A diary of a young woman detailing 10 years of her life in Kilbourn, Iowa traveling to the Colony also known as Fitzgerald, Georgis then back to Kilborne. Then on to Seattle, Washington. The diary... More > takes place from 1892 to 1901.< Less

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