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Open Source Intelligence Handbook By US Army
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This manual establishes a common understanding, foundational concepts, and methods of use for Army open-source intelligence (OSINT). It highlights the characterization of OSINT as an intelligence... More > discipline, its interrelationship with other intelligence disciplines, and its applicability to unified land operations. This Army techniques publication— Provides fundamental principles and terminology for Army units that conduct OSINT exploitation. Discusses tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) for Army units that conduct OSINT exploitation. Provides a catalyst for renewing and emphasizing Army awareness of the value of publicly available information and open sources. Establishes a common understanding of OSINT. Develops systematic approaches to plan, prepare, collect, and produce intelligence from publicly available information from open sources.< Less
Lordlings of Yore By Jon F. Baxley
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Lordlings of Yore is the ultimate “Fantegy” game...not just a fantasy or an adventure, not just a strategy game, but the best of all three. The most intriguing movement and combat system... More > in any Apple II computer game, make this a must for anyone who longs for a real test of their courage and skill. You can compete with up to three other humans, or take on the ultimate challenge of four computer opponents. True hidden movement, passwords, storms, wizards, dragons and new challenges in every turn are all there to keep you coming back. No two games will ever be the same and that's a promise! This enhanced manual for the 1983 game, features new art and design, as well as a new “Preface” and "The Evolution of Lordlings of Yore” written by the creator Jon F. Baxley. A disk image of the "Lordlings of Yore” game can be freely downloaded from the publisher's site: www.callapple.org. A limited edition game box and physical disk are also available for purchase.< Less
Lordlings of Yore By Jon F. Baxley
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Lordlings of Yore is the ultimate “Fantegy” game...not just a fantasy or an adventure, not just a strategy game, but the best of all three. The most intriguing movement and combat system... More > in any Apple II computer game, make this a must for anyone who longs for a real test of their courage and skill. You can compete with up to three other humans, or take on the ultimate challenge of four computer opponents. True hidden movement, passwords, storms, wizards, dragons and new challenges in every turn are all there to keep you coming back. No two games will ever be the same and that's a promise! This enhanced manual for the 1983 game, features new art and design, as well as a new “Preface” and "The Evolution of Lordlings of Yore” written by the creator Jon F. Baxley. A disk image of the "Lordlings of Yore” game can be freely downloaded from the publisher's site: www.callapple.org. A limited edition game box and physical disk are also available for purchase.< Less
The Apple's Apprentice By Roger Wagner
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In a world of computer magazines where the target audience leans toward the adult side of life, comes "The Apple’s Apprentice" – the first computer magazine produced for... More > beginners and kids of all ages, from 8 to 80. Put your feet up on a chair, relax, and learn about Apple II computers in an informative, fun way. All three issues have been lovingly restored, so that you can enjoy the amazement and wonder of computing in 1984. Highlights Include: - Spells & Potions – Applesoft BASIC tutorials. - The Sourceror’s Apprentice – Assembly language programming for teenagers. - Programming Q&A sessions with The Wizard of Fairhill Castle. - Glance through our crystal ball with predictions of Apples in your future, games, peripherals, and products of interest to kids. - A story on special effects wizard John Dykstra and Apogee that created effects for Star Wars and Star Trek – using an Apple II. - Journey to a Computer Camp, Cross Words puzzles, and amusing Micro Chips color comics.< Less