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The Book Of The Do Ness

Author : Sara van de Ven
ISBN : 9063694512
Genre : Self-Help
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Tired of looking at your screen? Well get off your ass and DO something! We're spending so many hours a day watching TV, gaming, scrolling through timelines on social media and asking Google the weirdest questions. We've almost forgotten what it's like to actually DO things. And that's where this book comes in. 'The Book of Do-ness' is a very funny, practical and (un)useful guide for all the people out there who have the urge to spend less time being digital but who need a little nudge in the right direction. The last decade has seen great change. We've entered the Digital Age. New products are released every day. It's become unthinkable to live without our digital equipment. And that's a good thing! We can entertain ourselves and communicate in so many more and exciting ways. It has made our lives easier, more fun and even more social. But there's a downside. Nowadays, we spend way too many hours a day behind a screen. This book is written for all the people who would like to spend less time digitally, but need that little bit of help in finding new ideas to do so. With these ideas you'll never get bored, and hopefully it will train your ability to think a little differently when it comes to DOing things. It's easy and fun, and you might even become more sociable after reading it... This is also your invitation to join The First International Screenless Day! Click here for more info about this event.
Category: Self-Help

Ness

Author : Robert Macfarlane
ISBN : 9780241396575
Genre : Fiction
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Eerie, unsettling and hauntingly beautiful - a new collaboration from the bestselling creators of Holloway 'Ness goes beyond what we expect books to do. Beyond poetry, beyond the word, beyond the bomb -- it is an aftertime song. It is dark, ever so dark, nimble and lethal. It is a triumphant libretto of mythic modernism for our poisoned age. Ness is something else, and feels like it always has been' Max Porter, Booker-longlisted author of Lanny and Grief is the Thing with Feathers Somewhere on a salt-and-shingle island, inside a ruined concrete structure known as The Green Chapel, a figure called The Armourer is leading a ritual with terrible intent. But something is coming to stop him. Five more-than-human forms are traversing land, sea and time towards The Green Chapel, moving to the point where they will converge and become Ness. Ness has lichen skin and willow-bones. Ness is made of tidal drift, green moss and deep time. Ness has hagstones for eyes and speaks only in birds. And Ness has come to take this island back. What happens when land comes to life? What would it take for land to need to come to life? Using word and image, Robert Macfarlane and Stanley Donwood have together made a minor modern myth. Part-novella, part-prose-poem, part-mystery play, in Ness their skills combine to dazzling, troubling effect. Robert Macfarlane is the author of The Lost Words with Jackie Morris, The Old Ways and Underland, among other books. Stanley Donwood is an artist and the author of Slowly Downward and Household Worms. His next books are There Will Be No Quiet and Bad Island.
Category: Fiction

What Would Jonathan Van Ness Do

Author : Happiness Dragon
ISBN : 107429176X
Genre :
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If you need to channel some awesome confidence and fabulousness then ask yourself... What would Jonathan Van Ness do? Never feel like you haven't got your shizzle together ever again. Channel Jonathan and be fabulous. Your jotter will be the envy of everyone. You're so cute and gorgeous you just don't even know. Features: Soft glossy cover Pink and gold is just so fabulous 80 lined pages to capture all your 'What would Jonathan do? thoughts and inspiration
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The Loch Ness Monster

Author : Jack DeMolay
ISBN : 140422159X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Uncover evidence of Nessies existence through historical sightings and present-day efforts to locate this mysterious beast.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Arlen Ness

Author : Michael Lichter, Arlen Ness
ISBN : 1610608097
Genre : Transportation
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In the beginning, there was Arlen Ness. Before Jesse James, Billy Lane, and the battling Teutuls, Arlen Ness started the business of building celebrity choppers. He is a long-time custom motorcycle builder whose bikes combine the artistic and the extreme. These rolling sculptures have been covered in motorcycle and even hot rod magazines for decades as Arlen Ness built a worldwide reputation as an innovator and sought-out builder of themed custom bikes. This book traces the growth of the Arlen Ness reputation, business empire, and custom bike resume and features stunning new photography of all the bikes in Arlen’s personal collection, over 50 in total.
Category: Transportation

Searching For The Loch Ness Monster

Author : Jennifer Rivkin
ISBN : 9781477771044
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This book explores the controversy surrounding the existence of the Loch Ness Monster. It provides historical information, eyewitness tales, and factual research on the topic.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Business Market Research

Author : Leslie Gofton
ISBN : 0749419849
Genre : Business
File Size : 64.34 MB
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Buisness Market Research is an introductory analysis of market research in industrial or business-to-business markets. It is aimed at those with little or no experience in the area, who may need to commission research or analyze and interpret survey data themselves.
Category: Business

The New World Free Short Story

Author : Patrick Ness
ISBN : 9780763656492
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In this dramatic short story -- a prequel to the award-winning Chaos Walking Trilogy -- author Patrick Ness gives us the story of Viola's journey to the New World. Whether you're new to Chaos Walking or an established fan, this prequel serves as a fascinating introduction to the series that Publishers Weekly called one of the most important works of young adult science fiction in recent years.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Understanding Thermodynamics

Author : Hendrick C. Van Ness
ISBN : 0486632776
Genre : Science
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Clearly written treament elucidates fundamental concepts and demonstrates their plausibility and usefulness. Language is informal, examples are vivid and lively, and the perspectivie is fresh. Based on lectures delivered to engineering students, this work will also be valued by scientists, engineers, technicians, businessmen, anyone facing energy challenges of the future.
Category: Science

The Playful Air Of Light Ness In Irish Literature And Culture

Author : Marta Goszczyńska
ISBN : 9781443830898
Genre : Literary Criticism
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While discussions in the field of Irish Studies traditionally gravitate towards themes of struggle, oppression and death, the present book originates from a contradictory impulse. Without losing sight of Ireland’s troubled history and the complexities that shape its present, it centres on instances of playfulness, light(ness) and air in Irish literature and culture. Refracted through the prism of contemporary philosophy (notably of Italo Calvino, Luce Irigaray and María Lugones), these categories serve as the basis for thirteen essays by academics from Poland, the UK, Germany and Spain. Some of these offer fresh readings of such seminal authors as W. B. Yeats, Louis MacNeice, Seamus Heaney and John Banville; others look at lesser-known figures, such as Eimar O’Duffy and Forrest Reid, who, before now, have received little scholarly attention.
Category: Literary Criticism

Dark Ness

Author : Tabitca Cope
ISBN : 1092956506
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Are you prepared to face what comes from the Loch? Prepared for the unbelievable? Reviewers say they couldn't put the book down."Then he saw it; huge, black, dripping pulling the model down and dragging the boat with it. As he yelled, the thing turned to look at him. Hayden swallowed and backed as far away as he could. It was the most evil looking thing he had ever seen. Its eyes were yellow and cold, bigger than dinner plates, and as it opened its mouth he saw rows of serrated teeth. It was no dinosaur, certainly not one he had ever seen in a book; it was something not quite of this world. All this raced through his head as he stood quaking before the creature. He felt something warm on his legs and realised he had wet himself in fear."A tale of murder, myth, monsters and a bit of magic set in modern day Loch Ness.Several university researchers meet at the Loch, all pursuing their own research. They end up banded together to help the Laird of the area and his friends fight a real enemy, but who are these men who look so alike, why do they want the laird? and is there a monster in the Loch?. The body count is rising, is the monster responsible ? In the end it all depends on a few people to save the world from an old enemy.After the success of this book the second volume Dark Wear is now availableDark Ness is available in paperback from January 2012
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Crime And Its Victims

Author : Daniel W. Van Ness
ISBN : 0877845123
Genre : Social Science
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Daniel W. Van Ness analyzes the problems that make our criminal justice system ineffective, expensive and unjust. And he offers a concrete proposal for reform to benefit both offenders and victims. Foreword by Chuck Colson.
Category: Social Science

Healthy Ness Recipe Book

Author : Vanesa Ahmetovic
ISBN : 9781479703388
Genre : Cooking
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Healthyness recipe book is packed with wheat free high protein, low carb and low fat recipes. You will find breakfast recipes, lunch and dinner recipes as well as snack and dessert recipes, all of which are made entirely with healthy ingredients. That’s right, no flour, no added sugar, no butter. You will see that healthy food isn’t as boring as they say. You can now enjoy healthy eating with these delicious recipes. With added healthy eating tips and health food facts, this book makes a perfect addition in anyone’s kitchen that is looking to lose weight, build muscle, maintain weight or just generally start eating healthy and enjoy it whilst doing so.
Category: Cooking

Migrations Of Gesture

Author : Carrie Noland
ISBN : 9780816648641
Genre : Philosophy
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Derived from the Latin verb “gerere”-to carry, act, or do-“gesture” has accrued critical currency but has remained undertheorized. Migrations of Gesture addresses this absence and provides a complex theory on the value of gesture for understanding human sign production. Gestures migrate from body to body, from one medium to another, and between cultural contexts. Juxtaposing distinct approaches to gesture in order to explore the ways in which they at once shape and are influenced by culture, the contributors examine the works of writers Henri Michaux and Stphane Mallarm, photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Frank, and filmmakers Hou Hsiao-Hsien and Martin Arnold, along with cultural practices such as gang walking, ballet, and classical Indian dance. The authors move deftly between an organic, phenomenal appreciation of human expression and a historicist, semiotic understanding of how the “human” is itself created through gestural routines. Contributors: Mark Franko, U of California, Santa Cruz; Ketu H. Katrak, U of California, Irvine; Akira Mizuta Lippit, U of Southern California; Susan A. Phillips, Pitzer College; Deidre Sklar; Lesley Stern, U of California, San Diego; Blake Stimson, U of California, Davis. Carrie Noland is associate professor of French literature and critical theory at the University of California, Irvine. Sally Ann Ness is professor of anthropology at University of California, Riverside.
Category: Philosophy