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Mastering Digital SLR Photography (Mastering) by David D. Busch
Publisher: Course Technology PTR; 1 edition (December 21, 2004) | ISBN-10: 1592006051 | PDF | 9 Mb | 280 pages

This unique guide emphasizes digital "photography", rather than software. You'll learn how to take compelling pictures and make great images using imaging technology while focusing on the special strengths of digital SLR cameras. Whether you're a snap-shooting tyro, or an experienced photographer moving into the digital SLR realm, you'll find the knowledge you need inside the pages of "Mastering Digital SLR Photography." If you have mastered you digital camera's basic features and now wonder what to do with them, this is your dream guide to pixel proficiency. Learn how to overcome the quirks and maximize the strengths of your dSLR camera. From lens selection and creative exposure techniques to controlling composition and mastering special features, this book will help you effectively combine the essentials of photography with digital technology.

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The Complete Idiot's Guide(R) To Digital Photography by Greenberg
Publisher: Alpha (September 29, 1999) | ISBN-10: 0789721090 | PDF | 17 Mb | 382 pages

The subjects of photography and computers have tremendous breadth and depth. Understanding either one can be a challenge, especially if you're a beginner. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Digital Photography does an excellent job of breaking the ice as it introduces readers to photography, computers, and digital cameras.
The book really does start at the beginning, with a short history of the camera and photography, plus the basics of composition. But it progresses quickly into an overview of today's digital tools. Instead of bogging down the reader in myriad details about camera models, computer software and hardware, and other minutiae, the book gives an overview of the available technologies, describing which system or format is best for different kinds of tasks. This is a good thing--hardware and software evolve rapidly, and some of the details mentioned in the book as "up and coming" are now standard.

After a look at how the gear works, the text dives into a lesson on photography basics (composition, lighting, shutter speeds, and lens focal lengths) and the details specific to digital photography (image resolution, monitor and printer calibration, and compression). The companion CD-ROM includes a demo version of Adobe PhotoDeluxe, and chapter 13, "Improving Your Images," goes into detail on using this image-editing application to improve the pictures you've already shot.

What good is instant digital photography if you can't instantly share your work on the Web? Chapter 22 addresses this specific issue, covering the basics of building a Web site (nothing fancy) and how to compress and upload your favorite pictures for everyone to see.

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Lighting Photo Workshop
Wiley (July 10, 2007)
PDF | 304 pages | Engish | ISBN: 0470114339 | 34.6mb(rar)

Lighting Photo Workshop/by Chris Bucher (Author).A rigorous practical guide to photographic lighting techniques, complete with hands-on assignments.Offering digital photographers a complete course in photographic lighting, this book covers everything from using flash systems and studio lights to working outdoors in bright or low-light conditions. Full-color examples show how the right lighting can enhance color, improve contrast, and open the door to new creative possibilities. Your camera needs light to create any image.

To create a spectacular one, you need the best light possible, and Chris Bucher shows you how to find it. How to work with the light that's available wherever you are. How to augment it for different effects. How to use light to accent a scene, express a feeling, or flatter a face. Discover how to master the magic of light.
*Explore the elements of light and understand white balance, color temperature, and light quality
*Choose and use appropriate accessories
*Learn to work with natural light, indoors and out, and to create effects with shadows
*Discover how light affects motion, landscape views, and closeup shots
*Try your hand at night and low-light photography

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Derek Phillips, "Daylighting: Natural Light in Architecture"
Architectural Press | ISBN: 0750663235 | July 23, 2004 | 240 pages | PDF | 7.9MB

"An interesting introduction to the principles of sensitive lighting." - EASA Newsletter "It is highly readable, fascinating and educative." - Journal of Architectural Conservation "The book is a good introduction. Readers will be fascinated by construction details, fault systems and repair techniques that are not common in the UK." - The Architects' Journal "I recommend the book to all designers." - RIBA Conservation Newsletter

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Master Lighting Guide - For Portrait Photographer
Everything you need in Mastering Light For Portrait Photography.

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Digital Photography For Dummies by Julie Adair King, Serge Timacheff
Publisher: For Dummies | Number Of Pages: 352 | Publication Date: 2008-11-10 | ISBN-10: 0470250747 | PDF | 19 Mb

Your digital camera can do so much! And Digital Photography For Dummies, 6th Edition helps you shoot, edit, and share great photos. This full-color guide is packed with stuff that’s not in your camera manual — tips on upgrading your equipment, working with focus and exposure, shooting like a pro, organizing and enhancing your images, and printing them or getting them online.

Are you already you’re hip-deep in images? Here’s how to manage them. This guide helps you learn what you need for the way you take pictures, how to prolong battery life, the pros and cons of digital SLR, and more. Baffled by the lingo? The glossary explains all those terms and acronyms. You’ll also learn to:

* Set up your camera for basic shooting and learn to use automatic mode, common scene modes, and all the camera’s features
* Manage depth of field, exposure, and white balance, and make easy fixes with your photo editor
* Compose your photos for better pictures
* Easily transfer your pictures to the computer, print them, or distribute them electronically
* Edit your images and fix common problems like dim photos and red-eye
* Send photos to a cell phone
* Organize your pictures so you can find what you want
* Decide if your camera needs updating, what equipment you need, and what your digital darkroom should have

Rich, full-color examples show what you can achieve. Digital Photography For Dummies, 6th Edition will make your digital camera a lot more fun!

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Popular Photography - February 2009
Pages: 124 | English | PDF | 28.8 mb

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Spaces (October 2008)
PDF | English | 132 pages | 42,4 MB

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Candy Magazine
English | PDF | Issue 03 | 22 MB | RS+ES
Art Graphics & Photography Magazine !

CANDY magazine showcase Irish creativity alongside international equivalents to a worldwide audience.

CandyCollective was formed by Richard Seabrooke with the ambition of showcasing exceptional creativity, wherever it may be, through interesting formats and memorable projects.

Candy Issue 3 - The TechnoLogic Issue

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Silicon Chip - January 2009
PDF | English | 78 pages | 5,11 MB

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Animation Magazine
PDF | English | 84 Pages | 9.90 MB

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3D Creative Magazine, Issue 041, January 2009
3D Creative | 2009-01-01 | 110 pages | PDF | 21,4 MB

Welcome to the first issue of 2009
– Happy New Year! This month, keeping with 3DCreative tradition, we have our two artist interviews, the first of which is with the one and only David Giraud, possibly best known for his work as senior character artist on Assassin’s Creed at Ubisoft Montreal, and who is currently working on the upcoming game based on the 3D science-fiction film directed by James Cameron, Avatar. Check out page 007 for our interview with David, and then, because one is never enough, flick to page 019 for our interview with movie monster genius Aaron Sims of the Aaron Sims Company,whose company creates concept art through to fully rendered 3D models forthe film, TV and videogame industries. With work on recent titles includingThe Incredible Hulk and The Golden Compass under his belt, we find out alittle more about what happens at the Aaron Sims Company in this issue of3DCreative. And whilst on the subject of feature films, we also introduce anmarticle this month on the 3D animated film, Igor. Find out more on page 027 about how Autodesk Maya was used in the bringing of Igor to life. Our tutorials this month see the end of another 3DCreative era, as we welcome the final instalment and wave farewell to the mega tutorial series for 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, LightWave, Maya and Softimage XSI: Creating a Complete Scene from Concept to Render (page 083). I’m sure you’ll agree that our artists have done some fantastic work on this series over the past few issues, and for those of you who simply want more, more, more, then stay tuned for the February 2009 issue of 3DCreative where we will bring to you the first instalment of a 6-chapter series on creating a gothic church interior scene for 3ds Max, Cinema 4D, LightWave, Maya and – new to 3DCreative’s tutorials – modo! Yes, that’s right: modo will be amongst the tutorial line up in the February issue, so we hope you’ll all give a huge welcome to our new modo tutorial artist next month. Also to be expected in the next big series is a chapter on ZBrush, and the final chapter will be an indepth look into post-production in Photoshop. There’s lots more to come from us this year – so stick around!
Our ZBrush tutorials this month include the speed sculpting of a space ninja by Jesse Sandifer and Dalton Alves Muniz, and Rafael Ghencev talks us through
the creation of a character that he’s badly beaten up – for purely artistic purposes of course (please note that no people were hurt during the making
of this issue of 3DCreative). Check out page 055 for Rafael’s sculpted and textured character created entirely in ZBrush, and page 045 for this month’s
speed sculpting challenge.
To round things up, we have two making of articles for you this month, the first of which has been created by Nicolas Collings on the creation of his Orc
Maori character image (page 063), and the second is a wonderful living room interior created by Felipe Lobo (page 069). As a final note, I hope your New Years have all kicked off well and we look forward to bringing you many more issues in 2009. Thanks for your support, and keep those gallery images coming in! Best wishes, Ed.

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iPhone Ebooks Collection Packs

Pack 1: For General Users | 5 ebooks | 28.20 MB
#1: iPhone: The Missing Manual: Covers the iPhone 3G (2nd Edition)
Pogue Press, 376 pages | PDF | ISBN: 0596521677
#2: iPhone For Dummies
For Dummies, 256 pages | PDF | ISBN: 0470423420
#3: Taking Your iPhone to the Max
Apress, 182 pages | PDF with bookmarks | ISBN: 1590599268
#4: iPhone 3G Portable Genius
Wiley, 267 pages | PDF | ISBN: 047042348X
#5: Macworld iPhone SuperGuide
Macworld iPhone SuperGuide, 92 pages | PDF | ISBN: 0978981332

Pack 2: For Developers | 5 ebooks | 29. 40 MB
#1: Beginning iPhone Development: Exploring the iPhone SDK
Apress, 536 pages | PDF | ISBN: 1430216263
#2: The iPhone Developer's Cookbook: Building Applications with the iPhone SDK
Addison-Wesley Professional, 384 pages | PDF | ISBN: 0321555457
#3: iPhone Open Application Development: Write Native Objective-C Applications for the iPhone
O'Reilly Media, 280 pages | CHM | ISBN: 0596518552
#4: iPhone in Action: Introduction to Web and SDK Development
Manning Publications, 350 pages | PDF | ISBN: 193398886X
#5: Professional iPhone and iPod touch Programming: Building Applications for Mobile Safari
Wrox, 284 pages | PDF | ISBN: 0470251557

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Popular Science (02/2009)
Pages: 96 | English | PDF | 19.71 mb

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Photoshop Creative Magazine February 2009
91 pages | English | PDF | 14.46 mb

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Digital Arts - USA - February 2009
84 pages | English | PDF | 20.44 mb

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Wireless Broadband Handbook
No guide tackles and clarifies the chaotic acronym-ridden world of broadband wireless
better than Wireless Broadband Handbook. Best-selling telecom author Regis “Bud” Bates has
the formula to give you the “instant expertise” you need to compete and win in this
rapidly advancing area. He asks the logical, business-based questions that are important
to you about this hot new technology, and he provides the answers– minus the techspeak.
You’ll find product photos and descriptions and analysis of key systems and options for
profitable business, technical, and career decision making.

* Applications and implementations of technologies
* Regulatory and standards developments
* Generic pricing and business models
* Wireless IP
* GSM around the world
* What’s going on with WAP
* What changes to expect from 3G (and why it is sometimes called UMTS)


Teach Yourself VISUALLY Piano
Mary Sue Taylor, Tere Stouffer "Teach Yourself VISUALLY Piano"
2006-04-24 | 304 pages | PDF | 14.2 MB

Want to go beyond "Chopsticks?" This visual guide to tickling the ivories will show you the
way. By Chapter 2, you'll be playing simple pieces and practicing scales.

You'll progress from getting familiar with notes, symbols, and keys to playing basic chords
and reading music like a pro. Without getting bogged down in boring theory, you'll learn what
you need to know and enjoy playing as you go! Whether you like Bach or rock, jazz or country,
golden oldies or new age, you'll love learning to play the fun, visual way.

Concise two-page lessons show you all the crucial skills and are ideal for quick review
Each skill, chord, or technique is clearly described
Concise and understandable instructions accompany each photo
Detailed color photos demonstrate proper fingering technique
Helpful tips provide additional guidance

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Teach Yourself VISUALLY Guitar
Visual | 2006-01-04 | 304 pages | PDF | 17.9 MB

Do you learn faster by seeing and doing than by wading through tedious instructions? Then pick
up a guitar and start strumming! Teach Yourself VISUALLY Guitar shows you the basics photo by
photo and note by note.

You begin with basic chords and techniques and progress through suspensions, bass runs,
hammer-ons, and barre chords. As you learn to read chord charts, tablature, and lead sheets,
you can play any number of songs, from rock to folk to country. The chord chart and scale
appendices are ready references for use long after you master the basics.

Concise two-page lessons show you all the steps to a skill and are ideal for quick review
Each skill, chord, or technique is clearly described
Detailed color photos demonstrate proper fingering and technique
Concise and understandable instructions accompany each photo
Helpful tips provide additional guidance


Teach Yourself VISUALLY Bass Guitar

Ryan Williams, Richard Hammond “Teach Yourself VISUALLY Bass Guitar"
2006-12-18 | 304 pages | PDF | 14.6 MB

Do you learn faster by seeing and doing than by wading through tedious instructions? Then pick
up a bass guitar and start plucking! With Teach Yourself VISUALLY Bass Guitar, you'll quickly
progress from playing notes to experimenting with plucking and slap-and-pop techniques.

You'll learn about tuning, fretboard fingerings, alternate fingerings, down picking, palm
muting, and more. The bass usually sets the tempo, so you'll learn basic note values plus
common popular rhythms from straight rock to syncopated reggae. Downloadable MP3 files on
wiley.com complement the book and let you hear exactly how things are supposed to sound as you

Concise two-page lessons show you all the steps to a skill and are ideal for quick review
Each skill or technique is defined and described
Step-by-step instructions accompany each photo
Detailed color photos demonstrate each step
Helpful tips provide additional guidance

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Mobile Internet For Dummies
ISBN: 978-0-470-23953-7
296 pages

You're on the go all the time — maybe for business, maybe because it’s a byproduct of your
busy lifestyle. But either way, your life would be easier if you had Internet access
wherever you are.

Well, when it comes to the Internet, you CAN take it with you! You just need the right
stuff, and Mobile Internet For Dummies tells you what that is, how to find it, and how to
use it. This easy-to-follow guide is packed with tips on choosing the best mobile device,
software, and service provider for your needs, but that’s not all. You’ll see how to use
your mobile Web browser, find made-for-mobile content (and create your own) and much more.

* Find your mobile phone browser
* Use the Mobile Internet to surf, shop, blog, watch movies, and more — on the go
* Send and receive e-mail from your mobile device
* Locate other mobile applications
* Watch TV on your mobile phone
* Manage your kids’ access to the Mobile Internet
* Secure and name a mobile Internet site and acquire mobile Web development tools
* Build your own made-for-mobile Web site
* Use your Mobile Internet site to promote your business and generate revenue

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Positioning Yoga

Last year, more than seven million Americans participated in yoga or tai chi classes.Yet despite its popularity the real nature of yoga remains shrouded in mystery. A diverse range of practitioners range from white-bearded Indian mystics to celebrities like Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow. Positioning Yoga provides an overview of the development of yoga, from its introduction to Western audiences by the Indian Swami Vivekananda at the 1893 Parliament of the World's Religions in Chicago to forms of modern practice. What makes yoga practitioners affiliated with Swami Sivananda's Divine Life Society of Rishikesh, India unique--whether they hail from Indian, North America, or Europe? What values around the world have supported the surging popularity of yoga over the past century? This absorbing book considers how lifestyle values have made yoga a global industry and shows how this popular "lifestyle" is produced and disseminated across boundaries.

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Mysql Bible

This book is divided into five parts: Getting Starated with MySQL and Relational Databases; Understanding SQL Through MySQL; MySQL Administration; MySQL Developer Guide; and Advanced and Specialized MySQL Topics. Comprehensive coverage: This Bible covers both beginning-level and advanced topics. Topics covered include: introduction to relational database management; installing and configuring MySQL on the Linux, Windows 2000, and Mac OS X operating systems; MySQL security; debugging and repairing MySQL databases and servers; MySQL performance tuning; and developing MySQL applications with Perl and PHP. Coverage of NuSphere MySQL: Due to the growing popularity of the NuSphere MySQL package, this book covers its enhancements and how to install and develop with NuSphere MySQL. Running database application: This book builds an e-commerce sample database application throughout to demonstrate concepts and topics.

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Mastering HTML and XHTML | By Deborah S. Ray, Eric J. Ray
Sybex | Pages: 1104 | 2002-08-23 | ISBN: 0782141412 | PDF | English | 12 MB

Product Description:
“ Master the Core of All Web Development—And Prepare for the Future
Mastering HTML and XHTML is the most complete, up-to-date book on the core language of the Web. You’ll learn everything you need to know about coding web pages in both HTML and XHTML, the latest, more powerful version of HTML. But it doesn’t stop there. You also get practical instruction in complementary web technologies such as JavaScript, CSS, and Dynamic HTML, along with a Masters Reference that makes it easy to find the information you need. Tying it all together is the authors’ expert guidance on planning, developing, and maintaining effective, accessible websites. Coverage includes:

* Choosing between HTML and XHTML
* Creating web pages
* Planning and developing public, personal, and intranet sites
* Including images in web pages
* Using HTML/XHTML frames effectively
* Converting HTML to XHTML
* Creating CSS style sheets
* Using JavaScript
* Including multimedia
* Creating Dynamic HTML or Dynamic XHTML documents
* Validating XHTML or HTML documents
* Creating coherent, easily maintainable websites
* Making your website searchable
* Accommodating users with disabilities
* Creating an XML DTD
* Extending XHTML with Namespaces

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Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs

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Strategic Marketing in Practice
"The Butterworth-Heinemann CIM Coursebooks have become an integral part of our blended learning approach to delivering marketing qualifications. They are well aligned to the syllabus laid down by the Professional Institute showing the cross-referencing of chapters to the relevant syllabus areas, which indeed is a critical factor when attempting to study using the continuous assessment mode offered by the CIM. They are concise, easy to read, and well structured. Many of our students have commented upon what an asset these have been to the study programme." - Martin Hutchins, Director, Cambridge Professional Academy Ltd

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American Cinematographer January 2009
PDF | English | 26 MB

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Shutterbug 02/2009
Pages:192 | PDF | 50.62 MB

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Elle Magazine - N3288 - du 03 au 10 Janvier 2009
PDF | 94 Pages | 28,65 MB

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Business Week (26/01/2009)
Pages: 106 | Scan & PDF: Antfer | PDF | 14.9 mb

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Idea Mapping: How to Access Your Hidden Brain Power
Wiley Publisher | September 22, 2006 | English | PDF | 290 Pages | 7.27 MB

In this busy world, we're constantly asked to do more in less time. But how do you cope with the pressure? Idea mapping is the answer. It's an effective and revolutionary tool that enables you to meet the demands of life and work by improving your ability to plan, think, and learn.
Designed to help you use more of your brainpower with less effort, an idea map is a colorful visual representation of a particular issue, problem, or idea—among other applications—on a single piece of paper. Our brains are much better at absorbing, processing, and remembering information presented in the form of an idea map as opposed to information presented in a multi-linear document. Because idea maps represent facts and issues visually—engaging both hemispheres of the brain—they foster more efficient learning, enable you to approach problems more creatively, and help you think more systematically.

Author Jamie Nast has trained thousands of people at dozens of high-profile organizations on using idea maps. In Idea Mapping, she explains how you can apply the power of idea maps to your professional life—helping you and your teams plan better, increase productivity, organize complex information, save time, and develop new ideas and solutions.

To guide your way, this book includes actual idea maps created and used by twenty-one businesspeople from around the globe—as well as other handy resources you'll find on the CD-ROM. Nast explains the rules and logic of idea mapping and leads you through every step of the idea mapping process. She begins with simple idea maps and moves onto the more complex maps, while showing you how to understand and utilize idea maps to get the most benefit from them. In order to maximize the effectiveness of your maps, as well as your thinking, Nast guides you in overcoming potential obstacles when learning this valuable skill. More than just the theory of idea mapping, she provides a multitude of specific examples from which readers can gather ideas to begin practicing their own idea mapping skills.

The idea map is the ultimate tool for achieving more in business and in life. Whether you're an overwhelmed businessperson, an overworked entrepreneur, or someone who just wants to solve problems better and faster, Idea Mapping is a perfect tool for anyone who wants to work more efficiently—and succeed more spectacularly.

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Discover's 20 Things You Didn't Know About Everything

DISCOVER'S 20 Things You Didn't Know About Everything is the first book written by the editors of the award-winning DISCOVER magazine. Based on DISCOVER'S most eagerly awaited monthly column, "20 Things You Didn't Know About," this original book looks at many popular—and sometimes unexpected—topics in science and technology, and reveals quirky, intriguing, and little-known facts.
Whether you're just curious or think you've already known everything, this book is guaranteed to expand your mind.
How much do you know about . . .

1. Airport Security
2. Aliens
3. Ancient Weapons
4. Bees
5. Birth
6. Your Body
7. Death
8. Duct Tape
9. Germs
10. The Internet
11. Meteors
12. Milk
13. Mosquitoes
14. Obesity
15. Rats
16. s9x In Space
17. Sleep
18. Space Disasters
19. Sperm Banks
20. Weather
and many more . . .

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Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine
PDF | 455 pages | Eng | 1.6 MB

Natural solutions for living a clean and healthy life Health consciousness is an area of transformational and unprecedented growth in the North American public today. More and more people are seeking alternative solutions to conventional medical practices. For many, a natural approach to healing everything from common ailments to serious diseases is preferable when compared to the invasive medical procedures and prescription drugs that abound.

Sherry Torkos, one of Canada’s leading pharmacists is widely regarded for her knowledge of complementary medicine. Her latest book, The Canadian Encyclopedia of Natural Cures, is the definitive source for alternative health care for Canadians; it is totally comprehensive and easy-tofollow, providing natural cures for everyday problems such as insect bites and muscle aches, as well as for serious chronic disorders such as osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease, and diabetes. Torkos emphasizes the role of lifestyle, nutrition, exercise and supplements in optimizing health and preventing disease. This book features a detailed A to Z reference of ailments and disease, with the latest information on the natural cures that have been proven to assist in their treatment. Detailed information will also advise readers of potential drug interactions that can occur when supplements are taken alongside prescribed medications. Canadians seeking to create a more holistic and personalized health program for themselves and for their families will turn to this reference time and time again.

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Motor Trend January 2009
| PDF | English | 148 Pages | 30.42 MB

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PCWorld Magazine February 2009
PC World | 02.2009 | English | PDF | 124 pages | 31 MB

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Computer Shopper Magazine February 2009
PDF | English | 100 Pages | 14.9Mb

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Popular Photography (02/2009)
Pages: 124 | Scan & PDF: Antfer | PDF | 28.8 mb

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FHM #1 (january 2009 / France)
Pdf | english | 131 pages | 23.3 MB

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Car and Driver #2 (february 2009)
PDF | English | 189 pages | 38 MB

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Reader's Digest - January 2009
PDF | English | 31.7 MB | 188 pages

Reader's Digest is the number one selling consumer magazine with a circulation of over 10 million copies in the United States alone, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation. This monthly magazine is of general-interest, touching on topics including health, politics, entertainment, art, and current events. Reader's Digest is a feel-good publication that offers its dedicated readers inspiring human-interest stories and articles that embrace the humor in everyday life. With the richness and diversity within the pages of Reader's Digest, it is no wonder that this is America's most widely read magazine.

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Oxford Preparation Course for the TOEIC(r) Test: Student's Book
Oxford University Press | 2006-04-13 | 120 pages | PDF | 16MB + 2CDs | MP3 | 50MB

This new, shorter course has five topic-based chapters that help students develop the strategies needed to improve their TOEIC score.

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TOEIC Analyst, Second Edition (with 3 Audio CDs), Mastering TOEIC Test-taking Skills
Compass Publishing | 2006-09-01 | ISBN: 1599660563 | 240 pages | PDF | 17MB | audio| 150MB

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Cracking the TOEIC with Audio CD (Professional Test Prep)
Princeton Review | 2003-06-10 | ISBN: 0375763279 | Audio | wma | 64KBps | 26MB

The Princeton Review realizes that acing the TOEIC is very different from getting straight A’s in school. We don't try to teach you everything there is to know about English–only what you'll need to score higher on the exam. There's a big difference. In Cracking the TOEIC, we'll teach you how to think like the test writers.

·Eliminate answer choices that look right but are planted to fool you
·Ace the Reading and Listening Comprehension sections of the exam
·Raise your score by making the most of your time and knowing what to expect

This book includes 2 full-length practice TOEIC exams, plus two audio CDs with listening exercises and a full transcript. The questions and exercises are like the ones you’ll see on the actual TOEIC.

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Macmillan English Dictionary 2nd Edition

The second edition of the Macmillan English Dictionary now contains a wealth of new material, while building on the innovative features that won it two prestigious awards. This new edition includes: NEW hundreds of new words (satnav, greenwash, carbon trading, adspend, crystal meth, cyberlaw, geoeconomics), NEW many more collocations, synonyms and antonyms, NEW extra clearly labelled subject-specific vocabulary (equity capital, faultline, heritage language, link rot, culture medium, data compression), NEW multi-page vocabulary building sections on the themes of movement, communication and emotions, NEW a complete package of unique, carefully researched materials based on a detailed analysis of learners' own writing.

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Just Enough English Grammar Illustrated
2006-12-13 | 145 pages | PDF | 9 MB

Verb! Plural noun! Adjective!
See language in action and never forget a grammar point again!

To make grasping grammar easier--and more fun--for students, colorful cartoons illustrate each important grammar point. Readers see the grammar concept in action, guaranteeing they will remember it next time they need to use it in writing or in conversation. Learning grammar has never been so easy!

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How to make money online with Ebay, Yahoo and Google

Groundbreaking strategies for reaching millions of customers online and boosting traffic, sales, and profits. This full-color, seminar-in-a-book presents a proven plan for maximizing your online profits by leveraging the top three services: eBay, Yahoo! and Google.

You’ll learn to: expand an existing eBay business to reach millions of targeted buyers; Open a Yahoo! store to build a thriving direct-to-customer business; and send more customers to their online retail business with improved search engine placement and targeted adword buys using Google. How to Make Money Online with eBay,Yahoo!, and Google explains how to use cross-merchandising and integration strategies to promote sales and manage inventory across multiple sales channels.

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Creative Photoshop: Digital Illustration and Art Techniques

Creative Photoshop is an exciting new book written by Derek Lea and published by Focal Press.
Derek Lea, one of the world?s top 100 digital artists, shows you how to use Photoshop in unorthodox ways to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. His work is a unique combination of original photography, traditional illustration, and digital art.

If you are a digital artist, illustrator, cartoonist, graphic artist or designer who is familiar with Photoshop, but want to push the program to the limit, this book is for you! Learn how to get professional results from the paint features in Photoshop. Create sharp illustrations by combining vectors and pixels. Explore less-than-obvious composition methods, and discover the hidden potential in unlikely artistic resources and materials.
This book/CD package provides clear, step-by-step tutorials that make it easy to emulate Lea?s techniques in your own work. With all the images from the book to play with, you?ll be creating stunning artwork in no time!

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Britannica Illustrated 16 Complete Volumes | 265.25 MB
Published by: Britannica Encyclopedia Inc. | PDF | 104 Pages Each book

The Britannica Illustrated Science Library is a visually compelling set that covers earth science, life science, and physical science in 16 volumes. Created for ages 10 and up, each volume provides an overview on a subject and thoroughly explains it through detailed and powerful graphics - more than 1,000 per volume - that turn complex subjects into information that students can grasp. Each volume contains a glossary with full definitions for vocabulary help and a comprehensive index.

Vivid, Detailed Illustrations Make This Set Unique
Students will be captivated by more than 16,000 amazing illustrations that make each subject come to life.

Comprehensive Coverage of Important Science Topics
The set includes the key science subjects that students need to know about : Weather and Climate, the Human Body, Space, Technology, and much more. Young learners will gain a confident and solid understanding of science.

Clear Organization Makes Learning Easy
Each topic includes a brief, informative overview and then immerses students in the details with the help of stunning visual diagrams.

The complete sets of the The Britannica Illustrated Science Library :
1. Universe
2. Rocks and Minerals
3. Volcanoes and Earthquakes
4. Weather and Climate
5. Evolution and Genetics
6. Plants, Algae, and Fungi
7. Invertebrates
8. Fish and Amphibians
9. Reptiles and Dinosaurs
10. Birds
11. Mammals
12. Human Body I
13. Human Body II
14. Energy and Movement
15. Technology
16. Space Exploration

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