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Progeek Rising: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 1 By Steven Savage
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Steve Savage takes you back to the first year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. Journey back to yesteryear with the best (at least in his opinion) of his columns... More > from 2008 to 2009 and explore issues ranging from relocating to the most fan-friendly areas, to brainstorming careers, to just what is the "Geekonomy." It's always a good time to go fan-to-pro!< Less
Progeek Rising: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 1 By Steven Savage
eBook (ePub): $1.99
Steve Savage takes you back to the first year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. Journey back to yesteryear with the best (at least in his opinion) of his columns... More > from 2008 to 2009 and explore issues ranging from relocating to the most fan-friendly areas, to brainstorming careers, to just what is the "Geekonomy." It's always a good time to go fan-to-pro! (This is the ePub edition of the book)< Less
Inhuman Resources: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 2 By Steven Savage
Paperback: $17.95
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Steven Savage reviews the second year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. It's a trip back to second-yester-year with the best (at least in his opinion) of his... More > columns from 2009 to 2010. From the meaning of backlog in today's modern media to treating resumes as writing experiences, it's full-bore professional geekery for careerists!< Less
Inhuman Resources: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 2 By Steven Savage
eBook (ePub): $1.99
Steven Savage reviews the second year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. It's a trip back to second-yester-year with the best (at least in his opinion) of his... More > columns from 2009 to 2010. From the meaning of backlog in today's modern media to treating resumes as writing experiences, it's full-bore professional geekery for careerists!< Less
Progeek Rising: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 1 (PDF Edition) By Steven Savage
eBook (PDF): $1.99
Steve Savage takes you back to the first year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. Journey back to yesteryear with the best (at least in his opinion) of his columns... More > from 2008 to 2009 and explore issues ranging from relocating to the most fan-friendly areas, to brainstorming careers, to just what is the "Geekonomy." It's always a good time to go fan-to-pro! (This is the PDF edition of the book)< Less
Inhuman Resources: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 2 (PDF Edition) By Steven Savage
eBook (PDF): $1.99
Steven Savage reviews the second year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. It's a trip back to second-yester-year with the best (at least in his opinion) of his... More > columns from 2009 to 2010. From the meaning of backlog in today's modern media to treating resumes as writing experiences, it's full-bore professional geekery for careerists! (This is the PDF edition of the book)< Less
Surface Pro 4: Learning the Basics By Bill Stonehem
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The Surface Pro 4 is the latest high-end laptop replacer tablet in Microsoft’s Surface series. It was released in October 2015 and has since been dubbed one of Microsoft’s better... More > inventions. The Surface Pro 4 succeeds the Surface Pro 3 and has seen some revolutionary updates. Users can expect a more power-efficient and powerful CPU as well as more storage space and better display. Design / Hardware The Surface Pro 4 is identical in size to that of its predecessor, the Surface Pro 3; however, it has a thinner screen bezel making the display slightly bigger, with a size of 12.3 inches (31 cm). The system that controls the cooling has been restructured and referred to as hybrid liquid cooling system. It comprises of heat pipes with a flowing liquid, which reduces the need for the use of the internal fan when the device is used for tasks that are not as demanding such as browsing the web.< Less
Saving Pro Wrestling: Booking & Writing Storylines By Kyle Bowman
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This is Kyle's sixth pro wrestling book, and ninth overall publication. His other well known works are Pro Wrestling 101: By a Fan, For fans (including a BONUS/"Lost" chapters) version. He... More > also penned Invasion: Rebooked & Rewritten. In the second lulu.com published novel, Kyle writes about what wrestling and its storylines need, in order for improvement, and save the business/industry from further implosion. He believes more realism, emotion and hard-hitting "news" like stories, regarding wrestling concepts are a few of the need-be things to save wrestling. Bowman writes his opinions, philosophies of what he would change, and how he would "right" the wrongs in wrestling.< Less
Squaring The Circle: A Look at Pro Wrestling, 2nd edition By Dustin Hartley
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Professional wrestling has a long and storied history. It's had a lot of high points and low points. Wrestling is older than football and basketball, and was much more popular in its early days. To... More > this day, professional wrestling sells out arenas all over the world. This book lays out some history and some commentary from the author as a fan.< Less
TapRoom Tales: A Clambake Collection from Golf's Greatest Pro-Am By Charles Acquisto
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Tap Room Tales is an amazing collection of golf stories, funny quotes, telling statistics and classic photographs from the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Tournament. This entertaining book captures the... More > history and humor of the PGA Tournament affectionately known as The Clambake and started by legendary singer Bing Crosby in 1937. Author and Northern California native Charles J. Acquisto places the reader on a comfy bar stool at The Lodge at Pebble Beach's famous 19th Hole, The Tap Room, for many of golf's best stories originating from the Pro-Am. Bill Murray, Phil Harris, Dean Martin, Ray Bolger, Kevin Costner, James Garner, Glen Campbell, John Denver, Clint Eastwood and George Lopez are just a small sample of the many celebrities who have joined PGA Tour professionals to provide belly laughs and incredible moments never to be forgotten. With a preface by comedian and Pro-Am participant Tom Dreesen and an epilogue by longtime Clambake emcee Bob Murphy, this book will delight even the casual golf fan.< Less