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Ancient EgyptAncient Egypt

Midwest Book Review - Blend 200 newly-commissioned color art pieces and photos of architecture and tombs with the latest Egyptology scholarship and a focus on historical themes and you have a coverage by an Egyptologist and a team of scholars which competes well with any on the market. Essays on the latest discoveries provide central keys to understanding new development in Egyptology. Click here for more Egypt-related merchandise from Amazon.com.

Corporate Abuse: How 'Lean and Mean' Robs People and ProfitsCorporate Abuse: How 'Lean and Mean' Robs People and Profits

The authors' exhaustive research, spanning diverse fields and levels on the corporate ladder, documents the painful reality that American corporations are wringing blood from stones. But Corporate Abuse isn't just a litany of business sins: Wright and Smye show how this epidemic manifests itself in a variety of corporate cultures and personality types, how it is a natural outcome of organizations in transition.

The Elements of StyleThe Elements of Style

This book by William Strunk Jr., E.B. White, Charles Osgood (Afterword), Roger Angell (Foreword) has been referred to as a masterpiece in the art of clear and concise writing, and an exemplar of the principles it explains.

Felinestein: Pampering the Genius in Your CatFelinestein: Pampering the Genius in Your Cat

Help your cat PURRFORM his best! Research has proven that you can make your cat smarter. Whether your cat is gifted or intellectually challenged, you can help him become a certified Felinesteina more effective communicator, better problem solver, and faster learner. Felinestein includes 100 games and activities, some for every type of owner and every personality of cat, that will get your cat exploring, thinking, and making decisions. Incorporating just a few of these challenges into your cat's life will spark his brain power and enrich his life. Most importantly, it will help the two of you bond on a whole new level.

Hitchhiker's Guide to Visual Basic and SQL ServerHitchhiker's Guide to Visual Basic and SQL Server

The definitive guide to Microsoft's database development tools. If you're concerned with creating a way for a Visual Basic application or control to talk to an SQL Server back end, this book most likely has the answers you need.

Money For Life: Build the Wealth You Need to Live Your DreamMoney For Life: Build the Wealth You Need to Live Your Dream

Most workers get it wrong: instead of saving for retirement, they should focus on investing for financial independence. Retirement, Robert Sheard argues, is an outmoded concept left over from the days when you worked for a company from your 20s to your mid-60s, retired with a gold watch and a pension, and then died a few years later. Today, the average worker will switch careers three times (something Sheard, now an investment adviser, notes he accomplished before the age of 40). And, of course, that worker will probably live far longer than pensioners of past generations. What that worker wants is the ability to do something he or she loves, no matter if it brings in revenue. In other words, an investment plan that will support his or her living expenses indefinitely. It's genuinely fun to read, and by the book's end, you feel as if you've gained a lifetime's worth of investment advice with just a few leisurely afternoons of reading. Click here for more books on Financial Security from Amazon.

Egypt: Journey to the Land of the PharaohsEgypt: Journey to the Land of the Pharaohs

Listen to the workers as they toil to erect a pyramid, stone by stone. Learn about the great contribution Napoleon made to Egypt's history. Stand with Dr. Howard Carter as he opens the ancient door to King Tut's tomb. This recording combines fact and imagination in an entertaining and informative journey back in time to explore the mysteries of ancient Egypt. Based on the Time Life Books series Lost Civilizations, this "journey to the land of the pharaohs" will be enjoyed by listeners of all ages.

The Art and Craft of Problem SolvingThe Art and Craft of Problem Solving

From a problem-solvers perspective, this text provides insight into the strategy and tactics that facilitate an answer. The Art and Craft of Problem Solving complements the wealth of knowledge in the classics by Polya, covering new ground that goes straight to the crux of intriguing mathematical problems. Written in a style that is paternal, informal and humorous, tricky problems find logical solutions. From combinatories to calculus, this book offers an intellectual challenge and an indispensable resource for the beginner to the erudite mathematician. The author, Paul Zeitz, is a Professor of Mathematics at University of California at Berkeley.

A Consumer's Dictionary of Food AdditivesA Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives

This valuable reference gives you all the facts about the relative safety and side effects of more than 8,000 ingredients that end up indirectly in your food as a result of processing and curing, such as preservatives, food-tainting pesticides, and animal drugs. For example, drugs used to tranquilize pigs have actually been known to sedate diners! More than 800 entries are new to this edition and cover recently developed food production technologies (genetically engineered vegetables, bovine growth hormone, and other outcomes of the processing of food today), as well as information on the new label regulations and on guidelines for safe food storage.

How to Get What You Want from Almost Anybody: Your Self-Defense Consumer GuideHow to Get What You Want from Almost Anybody: Your Self-Defense Consumer Guide

In this insightful book, readers will learn how to get the full attention they deserve and the best deal possible. They'll discover how to deal with everyone from waiters, sales clerks and service attendants to car salesmen and real estate agents. Filled with easy-to-use checklists, insightful anecdotes and proven strategies for getting good service, this book is a must for every consumer.

Magic TerrorMagic Terror

Koontz, King, Rice, Laymon, Little, Clegg, Harris, Thorne, Tessier...the Y2K of horror has been a crucial one, with terror and suspense fiction grabbing readers by the throats -- and the imaginations. Bestselling classic horror novelists returned with some of their best fiction in years, while a newer crop of fearmongers brought us their visions of dread and fascination. Here's a selection of what B&N thinks are some of the top frightfests of the year.

How to Speak Cat: The Essential Primer of Cat LanguageHow to Speak Cat: The Essential Primer of Cat Language

Excerpts from newspaper and magazine reviews of this book: `"How To Speak Cat" is actually an elaborate, beautifully executed joke that not only pokes fun at the cat-human connection, but at language texts, too.'---Diana White, The Boston Globe; `...this book is a watershed in cat-human communication. Sellers, a London novelist and linguist, probably will be accused of making it all up, but only by dog people.'---Coming, NY Leader; `If you have ever wondered how to better communicate with your feline friend, Alexandra Sellers' book...provides detailed instructions.'---Cat Fancy

On Writing: A Memoir of the CraftOn Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

In this combination memoir and writing guide, best-selling author King tells of how he came to be a writer and, in the process, explores many aspects of writing, from plot and character construction through some of the nuts and bolts of getting a book published. Serialized in the New Yorker to vivid acclaim, On Writing culminates with a profoundly moving account of how King's overwhelming need to write spurred him toward recovery, and brought him back to his life. Brilliantly structured, friendly and inspiring, On Writing will empower--and entertain--everyone who reads it.

The Apocalypse WatchThe Apocalypse Watch

CIA agent goes undercover to find out if huge neo-Nazi group has high- ranking U.S. officials on its rolls. Ludlum at his best.

The Dancing Wu Li MastersThe Dancing Wu Li Masters

The bible for those who are curious about the mind-expanding discoveries of advanced physics, but have no scientific background.

Genius: The Life And Science Of Richard FeynmanGenius: The Life And Science Of Richard Feynman

Richard Feynman was a legendary physicist as much for his eccentricity as his brilliance. His calculus forever changed science and scientists.

Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!

A noted physicist with a reputation for outrageous behavior lets it all hang out in this autobiography. Entertaining and instructive.

100 Things to Do Before You Die100 Things to Do Before You Die

Culled from the popular Web site www.whatsgoingon.com, this guide profiles 100 choice happenings and events from all over the globe, organizing entries by world region and supplying details about each event, including how to get there.

An Exorcist Tells His StoryAn Exorcist Tells His Story

In this powerful book, the renowned exorcist of Rome tells of his many experiences in his ministry as an exorcist doing battle with Satan to relieve the great suffering of people in the grip of evil. The importance of the ministry to "expel demons" is clearly seen in the Gospels, from the actions of the Apostles, and from Church history. Fr. Amorth allows the reader to witness the activities of the exorcist, to experience what an exorcist sees and does. He also reveals how little modern science, psychology, and medicine can do to help those under Satan's influence, and that only the power of Christ can release them from this kind of mental, spiritual or physical suffering. An Exorcist Tells His Story has been a European best-seller that has gone through numerous printings and editions. No other book today so thoroughly and concisely discusses the topic of exorcism.

Essential BloggingEssential Blogging

Weblogs are hot and exploding all over the Web. The only thing lacking for power users and developers is detailed advice on how to choose, install, and run a successful blog. This guide arms readers with everything they need to be part of the ongoing conversation.

Get Clark Smart: The Ultimate Guide for the Savvy ConsumerGet Clark Smart: The Ultimate Guide for the Savvy Consumer

Consumer advocate Clark Howard is a rising star on America's airwaves with his popular syndicated radio show. Filled with practical tips, his new handbook will help readers avoid ripoffs and successfully navigate through the dozens of consumer decisions they face every day. Includes information on used cars, wireless deals, online investing, health club memberships, and affordable travel options. Click here for the Clark Smart Tip-A-Day Calendar

The Prostitute in the Family TreeThe Prostitute in the Family Tree

Douglas Adams thinks the Bible is very funny, but that we don't often get it. By missing humor and irony in biblical passages, readers miss more than an opportunity for laughter. They often miss the passage's intended meanings.

The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your BlogThe Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog

buy.com: Weblogs--frequently updated, independently produced, and curiously addictive--have become some of the most popular sites on the Web today. The Weblog Handbook is the first book to explain how weblogs work and explore their impact on the media landscape.

The Cat Lover's Book of DaysThe Cat Lover's Book of Days

From ancient Egypt to the modern day, the cat has been admired and immortalized. This book of days brings together lush color reproductions of art from museums around the world with quotes, fun facts, and a wealth of useful hints from the acclaimed Tufts Veterinary School.

Hathor Rising: The Power of the Goddess in Ancient EgyptHathor Rising: The Power of the Goddess in Ancient Egypt

The first book to examine the feminine aspect of Egyptian religion sheds new light on the important role of the goddess Hathor-Sekhmet. Drawing from temple art, myths, rituals, and poetry, Hathor Rising examines the feminine aspect of the complex Egyptian pantheon, particularly the fiery goddess, Hathor-Sekhmet. The book sheds much new light on ancient Egypt and provides a powerful new perspective on women's theology.

Analog Science Fiction & Fact -- 12 issuesAnalog Science Fiction & Fact

The pioneering leader in the science fiction genre. Short fiction and scientific features. Includes special double issue that counts as 2 issues toward your subscription.

Asimov's Science Fiction -- 12 issuesAsimov's Science Fiction

Best in all new science fiction. Includes special double issue that counts as 2 issues toward your subscription.

Astronomy -- 12 issuesAstronomy

Explore the universe in your own backyard with the most popular amateur astronomy magazine. Every issue includes a monthly star and planet chart, tips on telescope observing, breathtaking photography, product reviews and up-to-the-minute space news.

C/C++ Users Journal -- 12 issuesC/C++ Users Journal

C++ Users Journal provides practical, useful information for the professional C/C++ programmer. 41% off.

Consumers' Research -- 12 issuesConsumers' Research

The venerable, independent monthly of consumer affairs, CR has offered readers authoritative coverage of all topics of consumer interest since 1928. Families, students and educators will find practical and probing articles on nutrition, automobiles, regulation, health care, the environment and more.

MuseMuse

MUSE seeks to stimulate, delight, and challenge every curious child between the ages of 9 and 14. Sponsored by SMITHSONIAN and produced by the editors and publishers of CRICKET, MUSE features articles on space, genetics, lasers, rain forests, computers, physics, math, visual arts.

Consumer Reports (with Buying Guide)Consumer Reports (with Buying Guide)

1 year 12 issues, w/buying guide. Reports & ratings based on Consumers Union's tests of products; articles on health, public safety, marketplace economics, & legislative, judicial & regulatory actions.

The Art of Bird Photography: The Complete Guide to Professional Field TechniquesThe Art of Bird Photography: The Complete Guide to Professional Field Techniques

By Arthur Morris, Alisa Palazzo (Editor), Robin Simmin (Editor). Designed by Areta Buk. Hardcover. 200 color illustrations. 11.36 X 8.67 inches. 160 pages. Destined to take its place among the great classics of nature photography, this comprehensive book is devoted to the extraordinary discipline and special techniques of capturing magnificent birds on film.

GPS Made EasyGPS Made Easy

For those who own or who are considering buying a GPS receiver, GPS Made Easy provides comprehensive instruction on the use of hand-held GPS receivers as a tool for accurate navigation in the outdoors. It explains how GPS works, describes the features of GPS receivers, and gives practical examples of how to use GPS receivers in a variety of outdoor situations where navigation is tricky.

Ankh, Eternal LightAnkh, Eternal Light

Ankh, Eternal Light is the undiscovered ancient Egyptian prayer papyrus of Mert'am-Ankh-Amon, a priestess who lived in Khemenu [Hermopolis] about 3333 B.C.. This is the second book in a trilogy recreating the Ancient Egyptian papyrus. It was inspired by the 11th and 12th plates from the Theban version of The Book of Coming Forth By Day, from the second half of the XVIIIth dynasty.

Build Your Own Robot!Build Your Own Robot!

From Scientific American: Personal robots are about as advanced today as personal computers were on the eve of the first IBM PC in the early 1980s. They are still the domain of hobbyists who cobble them together from scratch or from kits (available through such vendors as robotstore.com), who join local clubs to swap code and stage contests, and whose labor of love is setting the stage for a technological revolution. There is even an analogy to the Apple II, a ready-made, almost mass-market product: the Cye robot. And two companies, Dyson and Eureka, are beta-testing the first potential killer app: automated vacuum cleaning. Lunt's former column from Nuts & Volts magazine-all five years of the column are reprinted in this volume-has been to robot hobbyists what Byte and Popular Electronics were to computer hobbyists. Along with Joseph Jones and Anita Flynn's Mobile Robots, his book serves as an essential guide for those who want to build their own blinking, buzzing, bumbling artificial pets.

The Hitchhiker's Guide To Futures and The Laws Of ThoughtThe Hitchhiker's Guide To Futures and The Laws Of Thought

A how to futures-market trading book which addresses the topics of higher mathematics--including Boolean Algebra-philosophy, religion and psychology. Text includes a biography of George Boole, the father of Boolean Algebra and binary logic. Author asserts Boolean ideas developed in the 19th century and actualized in the computer age will reach full fruition in the 21st century. The payoff is a fresh, easy to read and profitable explanation of market behavior.

The Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical PublicationsThe Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical Publications

With so many software products to its credit, Microsoft can't help but have an opinion on computer terms and usage. Many topnotch technical companies, writers, and editors consider the Microsoft Manual of Style for Technical Publications to be a standard in the industry. Technical writers and editors often refer to it when they can't find an answer in The Chicago Manual of Style or when researching appropriate style issues to include in their company's in-house style manual.

The Illustrated Dream Dictionary Gift SetThe Illustrated Dream Dictionary Gift Set

Our unconscious world has the power to reveal our innermost secrets. Look up over 2,000 topics from A to Z, including people, events, places, and objects, and find out their actual meanings. Did you know that dreaming of ice cream means you'll soon enjoy major success, and that dreaming of eating dates predicts a marriage? Taking off your pants is a sign of an offbeat imagination. But if you throw them in the wash, then you'll be on your way to the start of a profitable project. Enjoy the entrancing illustrated borders and gorgeous, full-color interpretations of common themes like The Bride and Groom, The Castle of Dreams, Prince and Princess, and other fascinating subjects. Uncover the mysteries of the mind with the help of the most entertaining, colorful, and comprehensive Dream Dictionary ever.

The Message of the SphinxThe Message of the Sphinx

Geology and archaeo-astronomy have already indicated that the Great Sphinx of Egypt may be far older than Egyptologists tell us - dating not from 2,500 B.C. but from 10,500 B.C. Sophisticated computer techniques are beginning to unravel the riddles posed by Egypt's great monuments of stone. Now this tour de force of historic and scientific detective work provides a startling new vision of mankind's true history.

Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and LifeBird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life

The author examines the craft of writing. She discusses "how she copes with self-doubt, writer's block, professional jealousy, and the discipline necessary to turn thoughts into words on a page." From Carol Muske Dukes - The New York Times Book Review: "Anne Lamott, the author of four novels and, most recently, a memoir, 'Operating Instructions: A Journal of My Son's First Year,' . . . offers a credible set of instructions. . . . This is mainly because her instructions aren't instructions at all. They're stories, anecdotes, reminiscences, funny and sad jokes, shared experiences--in short, good writing about writing, object lessonsin the craft and art, by a tough-minded veteran. . . . Writing, she makes clear, is not for the faint-hearted, the easily bored, the fame-seeking. . . . {This is a} hilarious, helpful, provocative book."

Guaranteed Income for LifeGuaranteed Income for Life: How Variable Annuities Can Cut Your Taxes, Pay You Every Year of Your Life, and Bring You Financial Peace of Mind

Lane shows specific ways to use variable annuities to achieve lifelong financial security and gives tips on how to pick the best product for any given situation. 30 charts & graphs. One thing is for certain: Variable annuities have become a part of the investment landscape and show no signs of going away.--The Wall Street Journal. The investing public's love of variable annuities has soared so high that The Wall Street Journal started a weekly column on annuities, Annuity Watch. The reason for the popularity is simple. Variable annuities give investors the opportunity to receive money every year of their life, no matter how long they live. Guaranteed Income for Life explains the benefits of variable annuities. this informative book: Shows specific ways that variable annuities can help investors achieve lifelong financial security; Proves how variable annuities are in many ways superior to more commonly understood mutual funds; Explains the different types of annuities, with tips on how investors can pick the best product for their unique situations.

Possessed: The True Story of an ExorcismPossessed: The True Story of an Exorcism

"In 1949, a teenaged boy in suburban Washington, D.C., exhibited signs of demonic possession. His . . . family moved him to a relative's home in St. Louis, where they persuaded a team of Jesuit priests to perform an exorcism." A priest's diary, hidden for forty years in a mysterious locked room of a St. Louis mental hospital, has recently come to light, giving us the best-documented exorcism in history - the very exorcism that prompted William Peter Blatty to write The Exorcist. In August 1949, a story in the Washington Post caught the eye of Blatty, then a Georgetown University undergraduate: "Priest Frees Mt. Rainier Boy Reported Held in Devil's Grip," said the headline. The story went on to describe many of the bizarre and harrowing events that Blatty would later draw upon in his celebrated novel, The Exorcist. More than forty years later, the redoubtable Tom Allen has researched every fact and tracked down every living witness to the exorcisms of the Mt. Rainier boy: exorcisms that actually took place over a period of several months in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and - at last, successfully - in St. Louis, Missouri; exorcisms that required a Lutheran minister, a Catholic priest, and - in the end - a whole team of Jesuits in order to succeed. Allen's search began when a detailed diary mysteriously came into his hands, a diary kept by one of the Jesuits. But the evidence he has uncovered in his subsequent investigations is so shocking, so chilling, and so credible that it needs no hyperbole. Suffice it to say that as you read this book you will understand at last the force of the old maxim that truth is stranger than fiction.

The Cases That Haunt UsThe The Cases That Haunt Us

An FBI veteran applies criminal profiling to seven of the most notorious murder cases in history with surprising results.

Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyHitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Zany novel, now a cult classic, about two friends' journey through time and space.

The Pleasure Of Finding Things OutThe Pleasure Of Finding Things Out

An unparalleled collection of the timeless writings of one of science's most beloved and original thinkers: Richard Feynman.

What Do You Care What Other People Think?What Do You Care What Other People Think?

The last literary legacy of Richard P. Feynman, one of the greatest physicists of the twentieth century.

The 9 Steps to Financial FreedomThe 9 Steps to Financial Freedom

According to Suze Orman, maybe your problem isn't too little money--maybe it's too much fear. Her revolutionary approach to financial planning has won her millions of believers through appearances on CNN and CNBC and made this the fastest-selling book on television. Now her inspiring, accessible, and practical advice is available to you. In this breathtaking book Orman explores how your feelings and anxieties about money can actually keep you from getting ahead, and shows you step-by-step how to break free and take power over your money.

Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web ContentBlogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content

Hundreds of thousands of bloggers already exist; blogging has been featured in "Wired Magazine, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Washington Post" and scores of online publications. The first hands-on book on building blogs, this is an excellent tutorial for new bloggers, and includes many advanced techniques for veteran bloggers.

The Chicago Manual of StyleThe Chicago Manual of Style

The Essential Guide for Writers, Editors, and Publishers (14th Edition), by John Grossman. The Chicago Manual of Style has set the editorial standard since 1906, providing consistent, systematic guidelines for writers, editors, proofreaders, indexers, copywriters, and publishers. With meticulous attention to usage--in punctuation, documentation, foreign languages, indexes, design, and typography--University of Chicago Press offers a reliable anchor of accuracy in a world chaotic with choices, variations, and egregious errors. The 14th edition of the manual, published in 1993, is a great improvement on their last tome of excellence, with nearly 200 additional pages reflecting the significant changes in style, usage, procedure, and technology since their last effort in 1982. Reorganized and revised for greater accessibility, it's the last word for those who work with words.

MP3 and the Digital Music RevolutionMP3 and the Digital Music Revolution: Turn Your PC Into a CD-Quality Digital Jukebox! with CDROM

Including a disk containing all the tools needed to store and play recorded music on a PC as well as hours of prerecorded music, this book shows how to download music from the Internet and create automated playlists. Information is included on buying digital music online, finding free music online, and piracy and copyright law.

The Ultimate Hitchhiker's GuideThe Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide

1bookstreet.com: This volume contains six zany, outrageous, out-of-this-world adventure stories by bestselling author Douglas Adams: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; The Restaurant at the End of the Universe; Life, the Universe and Everything; So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish; Young Zaphod; and Mostly Harmless.

Cats, Ancient and ModernCats, Ancient and Modern

Employing her distinctive blend of expert knowledge and narrative charm, Clutton-Brock introduces us to the modern cat's wild relatives and distant ancestors in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, as well as the Middle Ages. She considers feline behavior in nature and in relation to human society and shows us how attitudes toward cats differ from period to period and place to place, sometimes manifesting themselves in legends and tales of witchcraft.

Opening of the Way: A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient EgyptOpening of the Way: A Practical Guide to the Wisdom Teachings of Ancient Egypt

Tolkien: A CelebrationTolkien: A Celebration

Collected Writings on a Literary Legacy. Edited by Joseph Pearce. Anticipating the great amount of interest in Tolkien's writings due in part to the major theatrical movie release in late Fall on his classic The Lord of the Rings, this highly readable collection of writings celebrates J.R.R.Tolkien's great literary legacy and the spiritual values that undergird his imaginary Middle-earth. Includes personal recollections by George Sayer and Walter Hooper, and many fascinating pieces by authors such as James Schall, S.J., Stratford Caldecott and Stephen Lawhead, exploring the threads of inspiration and purpose in his major works. These dip into subjects such as Tolkien, Lewis and Christian Myth. Fourteen writers contributed to this insightful work on Tolkien, and it will be much-treasured by those who regard him as a literary hero.

Audubon -- 6 issuesAudubon

Six issues of Audubon Magazine & membership in the National Audubon Society.

Consumer Guide Car & Truck Buying Guide--15 issuesConsumer Guide Car & Truck Buying Guide

Consumer Guide has provided buying information to the public for over 30 years. Whether new or used cars, computers, or anything for the home, if a product is included in one of the magazines, consumers know it's worth consideration. Each magazine includes reviews, retail prices and low prices.

Dell Math Puzzles & Logic ProblemsDell Math Puzzles & Logic Problems

Puzzles that will raise your intellect and elevate your spirits. Only like Logic Problems? Then click here.

Organic Gardening MagazineOrganic Gardening Magazine

Organic Gardening Magazine has information on growing your vegetables and flowers naturally. This popular magazine make it easy to become an expert gardener.

Consumer Reports on HealthConsumer Reports on Health

1 year, 12 issues.

Organic Style MagazineOrganic Style Magazine

Organic Style, a brand new magazine from Rodale Inc., will inspire you to get even more enjoyment from your life and show you how to live in harmony with the world around you. Discover the Art of Living in Balance . passionate people . simple beauty . fabulous foods . beatiful homes . love & family . meaningful work . peaceful spirit.

Digital Photography For Dummies, 3rd EditionDigital Photography For Dummies, 3rd Edition

Softbound, 9.21 x 7.38", 360 pages. This book shows you how to produce great pictures by using digital technology. Explore how to take better pictures and transfer these files to your computer. It also shows you how to adjust exposure and contrast, sharpen focus, crop images, and display your pictures after they are printed. This 3rd edition of Julie Adair King's already-popular book also includes 16 full-color pages that clearly demonstrate the effects of the techniques described in the text. The enclosed CD-ROM provides you with Kodak Pictures Now, an easy-to-navigate program that you can use to open and print images in a snap; MediaCenter, an interesting hybrid of Web browser and image-editing program from PictureWorks Technology; Trial versions of a host of other image-editing and cataloging software; Online reference materials from the Kodak Digital Learning Center.

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