Posts in category: Nonfiction
By Ian F. Darwin
Jump in and construct operating Android apps with the aid of greater than 2 hundred verified recipes. With this cookbook, you’ll locate strategies for operating with the person interfaces, multitouch gestures, position understanding, net prone, and equipment positive aspects comparable to the telephone, digital camera, and accelerometer. you furthermore may get valuable steps on packaging your app for the Android Market.
excellent for builders accustomed to Java, Android fundamentals, and the Java SE API, this publication positive aspects recipes contributed by means of greater than 3 dozen builders from the Android neighborhood. each one recipe offers a transparent resolution and pattern code you should use on your undertaking at once. between a variety of subject matters, this cookbook is helping you:
* Use guidance for designing a profitable Android app
* paintings with UI controls, powerful layouts, and graphical components
* how you can reap the benefits of Android’s wealthy beneficial properties on your app
* retailer and retrieve program information in records, SD playing cards, and embedded databases
* entry RESTful net prone, RSS/Atom feeds, and knowledge from web content
* Create location-aware companies to discover destinations and landmarks, and situate them on Google Maps and OpenStreetMap
* attempt and troubleshoot person parts and all of your program
http://bibliotik.org/torrents/60591 (Android.Cookbook.eBook-TRN) is an unfinished early preview
See ReTaiL date or browse (ch 22.1 for instance) the publication for proof.
In http://bibliotik.org/torrents/60591 ch 22.1 says "Names - the subsequent will include a listing of the individuals to the book". yet during this it has "22.1 creation: Packaging, Deploying, and Distributing"
By Evelyn Kanter
Sensory overload could make for stimulating city lifestyles, yet occasionally it's simply too a lot. Kicking off a brand new sequence of urban publications, 100 peaceable locations: long island City leads either citizens and viewers on an unforeseen course. writer Evelyn Kanter stocks the inspiring, restorative wallet she has come to like over a life of exploring and residing in ny urban. whereas her local long island serves up many calming spots, this precise advisor displays New York's colourful ethnic range, revealing the unforeseen sanctuaries, gardens, vistas, shores, local strolls, and peaceable cafés that may be discovered during the urban. And by way of figuring out while to head or the place to move as soon as inside of, viewers can get away the crowds even at well known, tourist-heavy locations like Grand relevant Station and the Metropolitan Museum of artwork. As an advantage, some of the websites supply loose admission, and none are exorbitantly pricey.
By Mark Hurst
"Bit Literacy" is vital interpreting for an individual who has skilled "digital overload": the day-by-day flood of email, a number of todo lists, a cluttered computer, records in quite a few dossier codecs, and the consistent distraction of cellphones and different units. greater than a short repair or one other "how-to" advisor, the e-book bargains a completely new approach of accomplishing productiveness that clients at any point of workmanship can placed into motion at once. this is often "bit literacy," a style for operating extra productively within the electronic age, with much less rigidity. Mark Hurst - who has reached millions of readers via his reliable adventure e mail e-newsletter, Uncle Mark know-how publications, thisisbroken.com, and different web pages - has published the right way to continue to exist, and thrive, within the electronic age: "Let the bits go."
By Grínor Rojo
Simón Bolívar, Andrés Bello, Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Rubén Darío y José Martí son las cinco figuras que Grínor Rojo elige tratar en este volumen, dedicado a l. a. escritura clásica producida en América Latina durante el siglo XIX. Teniendo como centro de gravedad en cada uno de estos casos una pieza canónica, l. a. Carta de Jamaica, el Discurso de instalación de l. a. Universidad de Chile, O alienista, Azul... y Nuestra América, el capítulo respectivo interroga desde ella l. a. obra completa del autor en cuestión. Pero no para repetir las lecturas tradicionales que existen a su respecto, sino para ponerlas a prueba volviendo una vez más sobre los angeles riqueza inexhaustible de los angeles escritura. Si América Latina posee ya escritores que merecen el estatuto de "clásicos", y Grínor Rojo así lo cree, ello es porque los discursos de esos escritores contienen un potencial sémico que debiera ser activable de maneras distintas en épocas distintas. El autor de este libro ha escrito con esa certidumbre, poseído por un sentimiento de apego a un pasado cultural al que respeta y reconoce como suyo, pero sin que ese respeto y ese reconocimiento lo obliguen a l. a. adopción de una perspectiva pasatista cuando se ocupa de él. Leer no para confirmar lo consabido, entonces, sino para desarticular y desafiliar, para resignificar y reclamar.
By James Lasdun
A real tale of obsessive love turning to obsessive hate, Give Me every little thing You Have chronicles the author's unusual and harrowing ordeal by the hands of a former scholar, a self-styled "verbal terrorist," who all started making an attempt, in her phrases, to "ruin him." Hate mail, on-line postings, and public accusations of plagiarism and sexual misconduct have been her guns of selection and, as with extra traditional terrorist guns, proved remarkably tough to wrestle. James Lasdun's account, whereas terrifying, is instructed with compassion and humor, and brilliantly succeeds in turning a hugely own tale right into a profound meditation on matters as assorted as insanity, race, heart East politics, and the which means of honor and popularity within the net age.
By Ray Foley, Jaclyn Wilson Foley
Greater than 250 Tasty Low-Cal Cocktail techniques.
By Lewis I. Held Jr.
How did the zebra particularly get its stripes, and the giraffe its
long neck? what's the technological know-how at the back of camel humps, leopard spots
and different animal oddities? Such questions have involved us for
centuries, however the increasing box of evo-devo (evolutionary
developmental biology) is now supplying, for the 1st time, a
wealth of insights and solutions. Taking concept from Kipling's
'Just So Stories', this e-book weaves rising insights from
evo-devo right into a narrative that offers startling explanations
for the foundation and evolution of qualities around the animal kingdom
Held's distinctive and interesting variety makes this narrative both
enlightening and interesting, guiding scholars and researchers
through even complicated innovations and inspiring a fuller
understanding of the most recent advancements within the box. The first
five chapters hide the 1st bilaterally symmetric animals
flies, butterflies, snakes, and cheetahs. a last bankruptcy surveys
recent effects a couple of menagerie of alternative animals
By Mike W. Martin
What's happiness? How is it relating to morality and advantage? Does dwelling with phantasm advertise or lower happiness? Is it larger to pursue happiness with a companion than on my own? thinker Mike W. Martin addresses those and different questions as he connects the that means of happiness with the philosophical inspiration of "the solid life." Defining happiness as loving one's lifestyles and valuing it in methods manifested by way of plentiful leisure and a deep feel of which means, Martin explores the ways that happiness interacts with all different dimensions of excellent lives--in specific with ethical decency and goodness, authenticity, psychological well-being, self-fulfillment, and meaningfulness. He interweaves quite a few examples from memoirs, novels, and flicks alongside the way in which, connecting his dialogue of the philosophical concerns to similar subject matters that curiosity we all: advantage, love, philanthropy, ache, simplicity, balancing paintings and relaxation, and lots more and plenty extra. Drawing on wide-ranging and powerful facts, Martin additionally makes the case that we want a "politics of happiness" wherein govt may follow the result of contemporary "happiness studies" in psychology to public coverage.
By Francisco J. Varela
How can technology be dropped at connect to adventure? This booklet addresses of the main not easy difficulties dealing with modern neurobiology and cognitive technological know-how: first, realizing how we unconsciously execute recurring activities due to neurological and cognitive approaches that aren't formal activities of awake judgment yet a part of a ordinary nexus of systematic self-organization; moment, growing an ethics enough to our current expertise that there's no such factor as a transcendental self, a good topic, or a soul.
In prior modes of cognitive technology, cognition was once conceptualized in line with a version of illustration and summary reasoning. within the realm of ethics, this corresponded to the philosophical guideline that to do what's moral is to do what corresponds to an summary algorithm. against this to this computationalism, the writer areas principal emphasis on what he phrases "enaction"—cognition because the skill to barter embodied, daily dwelling in an international that's inseparable from our sensory-motor capacities.
Apart from his researches in cognitive technology, the our bodies of proposal that permit Varela to make this hyperlink are phenomenology and representatives of what he calls the "wisdom traditions": Confucian ethics and Buddhist epistemology. From the Confucian culture, he attracts upon the Mencius to suggest an ethics of praxis, one during which moral motion is conceived as a undertaking of being instead of as a process of judgment, much less a question of principles which are universally acceptable than a objective of craftsmanship, sagehood.
The Buddhist contribution to his venture encompasses "the embodiment of the void" and the "pragmatics of a digital self." How does a trust process that doesn't posit a unitary self or topic conceive the residing of an "I"? In summation, the writer proposes an ethics based on "savoir faire" that may be a perform of transformation in keeping with a continuing popularity of the "virtual" nature of ourselves within the real operations of our psychological lives.
By Paul Cobley
An animal's cry, language problems, the clinical "symptom," and physique language are all symptoms of semiotics.