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Real World By Mick Parkin
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Kirsty and Amanda are both 25. Kirsty is finishing a History degree, whilst bringing up her son Mark. As part of the research for her dissertation she interviews Jake, 53, who was a printer on the... More > Scottish Daily News (A national newspaper run by 500 sacked printers, with a bit of help from Tony Benn, in 1975) / Jake was involved in the radical politics of the ‘70s – squatting, gender politics, and, via his lover Rhona, was influenced by the Italian autonomists, Angry Brigade, etc / Amanda starts off working at Gap, then moves from Charity Mugger, via actress and lingerie model, to being a lap dancer – the ultimate service industry. / By following her story it becomes clear that a service industry job doesn’t just take up your time – it gets right inside you and scoops out any kind of authentic response / Bleak stuff… but on the other hand, Kirsty’s growing career as a jazz-singer proves that, despite the mundane irritations of the showbiz world, it is still possible to ‘sing your own song’.< Less
Real World By Mick Parkin
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Kirsty and Amanda are both 25. Kirsty is finishing a History degree, whilst bringing up her son Mark. As part of the research for her dissertation she interviews Jake, 53, who was a printer on the... More > Scottish Daily News (A national newspaper run by 500 sacked printers, with a bit of help from Tony Benn, in 1975) / Jake was involved in the radical politics of the ‘70s – squatting, gender politics, and, via his lover Rhona, was influenced by the Italian autonomists, Angry Brigade, etc / Amanda starts off working at Gap, then moves from Charity Mugger, via actress and lingerie model, to being a lap dancer – the ultimate service industry. / By following her story it becomes clear that a service industry job doesn’t just take up your time – it gets right inside you and scoops out any kind of authentic response / Bleak stuff… but on the other hand, Kirsty’s growing career as a jazz-singer proves that, despite the mundane irritations of the showbiz world, it is still possible to ‘sing your own song’.< Less
Virtual Architecture: Modeling and Creation of Real-Time 3D Interactive Worlds By Mohd Fairuz Shiratuddin, Kevin Kitchens, Desmond Fletcher
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This book was written to support the development of art assets and virtual environments for Serious Games and Architectural Visualization. It caters to those who do not have any experience with 3D... More > modeling, texturing and scene building in a real-time virtual environment. This book focuses on utilizing Autodesk’s 3DS Max as the 3D modeling tool, Allegorithmic’s MapZone as the texture creation tool, and Terathon’s C4 Engine as the real-time virtual environment scene builder. Many of the chapters in this book were written independent of one another to allow students to explore, and use their creativity and imagination in creating their own virtual environments.< Less
The Chocolate Model of Change By Diane Dormant
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If you’re responsible for getting others in the organization to accept new technologies, processes, regulations, management, etc., this how-to guide is for you. It’s research-based, but... More > designed for the real-world practitioner.< Less
The Chocolate Model of Change By Diane Dormant
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If you’re responsible for getting others in the organization to accept new technologies, processes, regulations, management, etc., this how-to guide is for you. It’s research-based, but... More > designed for the real-world practitioner.< Less
A Model of Creation By Hans J Zeunert
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This paperback, just as we have with both issues of the "Unified Mind Theory" is identical to the hardcover issue, only its binding is different. Two books provide for a greater platform to... More > describe the same thing. One looks great on the shelf, while the less fancy copy may attract the prudent student. Enlightenment for 20 bucks! "A Model of Creation" shows us a new way to look at Creation, the universe and the formation of life. We are liberated from a narrow, 4-dimensional view of the world with its assumption of bigbang and antimatter as the foundation to its "evolution". We are lifted to a clearer vision where mass is recycled on a continuous basis and therefore by definition not real. "What is not now does not exist since reality does not change!" Creation is real. It is recessional velocity which drives and shapes the universe.< Less
The New World of Marketing for Real Estate Agents, Early Adopters: The New Millionaires By Chuck Marunde
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The real estate industry is in the midst of extraordinary change. There's no doubt about that. The real question for real estate agents and brokers is what to do about it. Tens of thousands of... More > agents around the country are looking for a new business model and the tools to implement a solid strategy that will help them survive and thrive. The first half of this book seeks to persuade you that we are in the midst of moving from the traditional business model to an entirely new model. The second half of the book includes topics that are in high demand right now: 1. the virtual office, 2. how to use social media in real estate, 3. blogging to generate leads, 4. video production and marketing, 5. top SEO tricks, and 6. how to publish your own eBook All of these tools are explained in very practical ways that are easy to understand and have proven to generate qualified leads every day of the week.< Less
Business Model Analysis for Online Social Shopping Companies By John Drendel
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Online social shopping is a new business model emerging in E-Commerce world and becoming quite popular in recent years. Online social-shopping website is where people can recommend their favorite... More > products for others to discover and purchase online. Online social shopping combines Business-to-Business, Business-to-Consumers and Consumers-to-Consumers services together and blends two powerful elements of real-world shopping otherwise lost for online consumers: word-of-mouth recommendations from trusted sources and the ability to browse products in the way that naturally leads to discovery. Attracted by the market perspective of online social shopping, many start-ups have entered in the market in recent years. In addition, some large Internet media companies have seen the potential in the market and tend to take a share of the market, such as Amazon‘s aStore.< Less
Predictive Power of Exchange Rate Determination Models By Frank Lee
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Research is conducted to establish the predictive powers of exchange rate determination models frequently used in the finance sector by traders and practitioners worldwide. The models are tested for... More > co-integration of its explanatory variables with the exchange rate. In-sample forecasts are generated and forecasting accuracy evaluated by statistics taking into account magnitude of forecasting errors and the forecast’s directional accuracy. Measures of profitability based on trading on the basis of the generated forecasts are evaluated using standard risk and return statistics, including evaluation of downside risk. Among models estimated are the Restricted Purchasing Power Parity, Unrestricted Purchasing Power Parity, Uncovered Interest Parity and the Monetary Model. Models are estimated using real world data (10-years). This book attempts to answer the age-old question of whether econometric models of exchange rate are value adding for traders in their search for trading profits.< Less
The Weedy Mead Chronicles 111 Wacky Math Models By Timothy Mead
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The world does not need ‘laws’ to make it do what it does. It does not need to adopt non-existent, unworkable, flat-out STUPID as well as flat-out IMPOSSIBLE causes for what it does very... More > well already. Why give up real things happening, even if they are very small and very annoying, for so-called causes that are not only not discrete things, that might have a theoretical chance of happening; they are also non-existent? Things do what they do, are what they are, BECAUSE OF what they are. They DO what they ARE. Another place where we have tried to invent an ‘explanation’, a Why?, when we should have been content with a What? and a How?. We are, if nothing else, greedy.< Less