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by Shane Harris
by Dorling Kindersley
Create 50 gorgeous hairstyles, from casual braids to the elegant beehive, by Berlin-based top stylist André Martens.Following the visual step-by-step instructions, take just 10 minutes a day to put together a beautiful hairstyle. Start with
by Matt Richtel
The national bestseller from Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Matt Richtel: a hard-hitting, narrative-driven exploration of technology's vast influence on the human mind, dramatically-told through the real-life "texting-while-driving" car crash
by Horne Paul
"Accurate identification of insects and diseases is essential for good management. It helps growers to avoid costly mistakes, and is especially valuable for growers using Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to minimise their use of pesticides. ...
Making the Most of Your Cans, Bottle Caps, and Labels
by Shawn Gascoyne-Bowman
'Beer Crafts' shows you how to repurpose not just beer bottle caps, but also labels, bottles and even cans into useful, hip and quirky items. From attention-getting (if not downright sexy) garter belts, to the classic crochet beer can hat, this ...
by Dorling Kindersley
Incredible inventions and the stories behind themBig Ideas That Changed the World is all about the inventions that don't just change the way we do things but change the world we live in. From matches to mobiles, antibiotics to the flexible ...
by Jeremy Atkinson
Clogs were a popular form of footwear in Britain from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth. This book examines the origins and development of clogs and the processes used in their manufacture. It discusses the ...
Transcending the classroom walls
by Mal Lee
In Collaboration in Learning, Mal Lee and Lorrae Ward put paid to a bygone era when schools operated within a paper-based, siloed, educational paradigm, with the classroom at centre stage. In its place is a new mode of teaching, one in which ...
The Inventions That Changed Our Homes and Our Lives
by Catherine O'Reilly
For fans of "The Book of Useless Information," O'Reilly's curious-minded work is a smart and quirky look at miscellaneous items. Learn the real history of the blender, fire extinguisher, deodorant, and, or course, the toilet. 50 color ...
by Kevin Murrell
Developments in microelectronics in the early 1970s meant that computers at home seemed about to become commonplace: the kitchen computer would hold all of the familys recipes and keep a record of food in the larder; the study computer would ...
by Natasha McCarthy
The work of engineers surrounds us: from the phones in our pockets to the layout of our cities. These days, engineers even transport some of us to the moon. But the skills that brought the world clean water and telecommunications also produced ...Audio Book
by Colin Salter
Everything you need to know about the world's greatest inventions presented in a way you'll never forget. An innovative, informative and exciting way to learn all the key facts and figures about this fascinating subject. Written and illustrated ...
by A. V. Kulkarni
The Finite Element Method is a powerful mathematical tool that has significantly improved both the standard of engineering designs and the methodology of the design process in many industrial applications. This book is an introduction to the ...
by Howstuffworks Com
From X-ray vision to mind reading, come explore the coolest and craziest technology of the future Flying Cars! Teleporting! Robot servants! These fantastic concepts are closer to reality than you think.In this exciting book, the team at ...
Learning from the Otway Project Experience
by Peter J. Cook
Geologically Storing Carbon provides a detailed account of the CO2CRC Otway Project, one of the most comprehensive demonstrations of the deep geological storage or geosequestration of carbon dioxide undertaken anywhere. This ...
How Wireless Technology is Reshaping Our Lives
by Darrell West
The world is going mobile at an astounding pace. Estimates show 80 percent of global Internet access will take place through mobile devices by 2016. Smartphones, tablets, and handheld devices have reshaped communications, the global economy, and
by Jillian Powell
by Bosun Xie
Discusses and summarizes the basic principles and applications of head-related transfer functions and virtual auditory display. This book details the basic principles and applications of head-related transfer function (HRTF) and virtual auditory
A Droll History of Inventors and Inventions
by Trevor Norton
67 Blueprints for Making Cool Stuff
by Workman Publishing
The Snail Soup Can Decoy to keep the candy stash safe. The Customizable Keep Out Sign to deter meddlesome siblings and parents. A Bunk Bed Communicator made from cardboard tubes (" Psst Can you keep the snoring down? "). Clever, whimsical, and ...