This Dictionary covers information and communication technology (ICT), including hardware and software; information networks, including the Internet and the World Wide Web; automatic control; and ICT-related computer-aided fields.
2015 Poet's Market: The Most Trusted Guide for Publishing Poetry
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Want to get your poetry published? There's no better tool for making it happen than the 2015 Poet's Market, which includes hundreds of publishing opportunities specifically for poets, including listings for book/chapbook publishers, poetry publications, contests, and more. These include contact information, submission preferences, insider tips on what specific editors want, and--when offered--payment information.
This is one of those books that absolutely must be read by anyone remotely interested in the biographical life of a major movie star. It was the first time I have read anything by Shawn Levy and I believe he is one of the best at his genre working today. The book, an unauthorized biography, is almost six hundred pages long and gives the reader not only the complete run of pictures of De Niro but also gives a fair amount of information regarding his three wives, children, and the many work projects around New York and many other locations for which he has an interest.
More than half of Americans have a "visual" memory, focusing easily on objects, places, and faces, while others are better at remembering sounds and words. Once thought to involve a simple storage and retrieval of information, memory is now known to be an incredibly complex process, as are the ways in which diseases and disorders can cause its failure. The Encyclopedia of Memory and Memory Disorders, Second Edition presents vital, up-to-date information on every facet of this crucial health issue.
A complete guide to creating and establishing your place in the blogosphere! New blogs are being launched at the rate of 175,000 a day. To stand out from the masses, bloggers need the detailed information and advice packed into this all-in-one guide.
This is the first book to examine the working world of the playwright in nineteenth-century Britain. It was often a risky and financially uncertain profession, yet the magic of the theater attracted authors from widely different backgrounds--journalists, lawyers, churchmen, civil servants, printers, and actors, as well as prominent poets and novelists. In a fascinating account of the frustrations and the rewards of dramatic authorship, Stephens uncovers fresh information on the playwright's earnings, relationships with actors, managers, publishers, and audience, and offers a new perspective on his growing status as a professional.
HIV/AIDS has a profound impact on family well-being and structures. This publication considers issues and challenges of HIV/AIDS from a family perspective, using information and data from sub-Saharan Africa.