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STEM Library [358]

  1. 13 Things That Don't Make Sense [5]
    Brooks,Michael [68]
    2008
    Notes:
    The Missing Universe; The Pioneer Anomaly; Varying Constants; Cold Fusion; Life; Viking; The Wow! Signal; A Giant Virus; Death; Sex; Free Will; The Placebo Effect; Homeopathy.
    Subject/s:
         Science
  2. 4% Universe (The) [18]
    Panek,Richard [393]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Astrophysics
  3. Adobe Fireworks CS5 Classroom In A Book [152]
    Adobe Systems Inc. [5]
    2011
    Notes:
    Vector and bitmap drawing and editing; default file format is modified PNG - extra data is saved with the file such as layers,effects,pages.
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  4. Adobe Illustrator CS5 On Demand [84]
    Johnson,Steve [285]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Document Design
  5. Adobe Illustrator paths and curves [399]
    Batelman,Kenneth [32]
    1995
    Notes:
    Covers the difficult tasks of creating curves and paths with Illustrator. Although the book is dated and the version of Illustrator long past,the instructions and details are relevant and well-written. Chapters cover points; line segments; paths; curves; single ideal curve; consecutive straight and curved segments; templates; complex paths; advanced path manipulation; combining paths to create images;
    Subject/s:
         Adobe Illustrator
  6. Adobe InDesign CS5 Classroom In A Book [82]
    Adobe Systems Inc. [5]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Document Design
  7. Adobe Photoshop CS5 Book For Digital Photographers [89]
    Kelby,Scott [294]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Digital Photography
  8. Adobe Photoshop CS5 Classroom In A Book [2]
    Adobe Systems Inc. [5]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Digital Photography
  9. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Book For Digital Photographers (The) [87]
    Kelby,Scott [294]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Digital Photography
  10. Advanced Perl Programming [215]
    Srinivasan,Sriram [499]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  11. Affinity Designer Workbook [550]
    Affinity Team [6]
    2017
    Notes:
    Affinity Designer application is a professional graphics program developed by designers for amateurs and professionals. Alternative to Adobe Illustrator and similar products,it offers many of the features and tools expected by illustrators and designers. The book covers basic user interface and core skills,and work-flow,tips and short-cuts.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
  12. Algorithms [240]
    Sedgewick,Robert [470]
    1983
    Subject/s:
         Algorithms
         Programming
  13. Algorithms for Dummies [1]
    Mueller,John Paul;Massaron,Luca [1014]
    2017
    Subject/s:
         Programming
         Algorithms
  14. American Civil Engineers' Handbook 5E [247]
    Merriman,Thaddeus (Editor-in-chief) [354]
    1942
    Subject/s:
         Engineering
  15. Applied Calculus For the Managerial,Life,and Social Sciences 5E [472]
    Tan,S.T. [521]
    2002
    Notes:
    Precalculus review; functions,limits; differentiation; applications of the derivative; exponential and logarithmic functions; integration; calculus of several variables; differential equations; probability and calculus; Taylor polynomials and infinite series; trigonometric functions. Includes exercises and answers.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
         Calculus
  16. Applied Combinatorics. 4E [537]
    Tucker,Alan [545]
    2002
    Notes:
    For both mathematics majors and computer science majors,the author believes that general reasoning skills are more important than mastering a variety of definitions and techniques. Graph theory; circuits and graph coloring; trees and searching; network algorithms; counting methods; generating functions; recurrence relations; inclusion - exclusion; Polya's enumeration formula; games with graphs. Exercises and solutions included.
    Subject/s:
         Probability
  17. Applied Mathematics for Business,Economics,and the Social Sciences 4E [249]
    Budnick,Frank S. [74]
    1993
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  18. Art of Self Defense (The) [285]
    Dougherty,Martin [159]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Martial Arts
  19. Artist and the Mathematician (The) [331]
    Aczel,Amir D. [1]
    2006
    Notes:
    Beginning in 1991 with the burning of 25,000 pages of mathematical notes by Alexandre Grothendieck,the book covers the story of a mysterious mathematician known as Nicolas Bourbaki. This name was used as a pseudonym by several European mathematicians beginning in 1935. See URL:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolas_Bourbaki
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  20. bash Cookbook [294]
    Albing,Carl; Vossen JP; Newham,Cameron [8]
    2007
    Notes:
    Contents include beginning bash; standard output; standard input; executing commands; shell variables; logic and arithmetic; searching text; pipelines; sorting; finding files; functions; trapping interrupts; dates and times; end-user tasks; parsing; setting up MySQL database; writing secure scripts; using VMware; portability; configure and customize bash; housekeeping; command-line tricks; common errors and mistakes; appendices.
    Subject/s:
         bash
         Programming
  21. Basic Technical Mathematics with Calculus. SI Version 9E [711]
    Washington,Allyn J. [565]
    2010
    Notes:
    The book is intended primarily for students in technical and pre-engineering programs or where basic mathematics is required. Chapters 1-20 provide necessary background and integrated treatment of algebra and trigonometry. Chapter 21 covers analytic geometry. Chapter 22 introduces statistics. Fundamental topics of calculus are covered in chapters 23-31.
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
         Algebra
         Trigonometry
  22. Be expert with map and compass [252]
    Kjellstrom,Bjorn [305]
    1976
    Subject/s:
         Orienteering
  23. Bedford Glossary of Critical and Literary Terms (The) 2E [565]
    Murfin,Ross; Ray,Supryia M. [368]
    2003
    Notes:
    Over 800 important terms used in literary study and current critical theories,with examples from literature and popular culture. Also includes visual examples from 'Doonesbury' and 'New Yorker' that illustrate principles discussed.
    Subject/s:
         Dictionaries
  24. Bedside Book of Geometry (The) [126]
    Askew,Mike; Ebbutt,Sheila [19]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Geometry
         Mathematics
  25. Bedside Book of Paradoxes (The) [322]
    Hayden,Gary; Picard,Michael [249]
    2013
    Notes:
    Defines what a paradox is,and questions other concepts such as knowing and believing; logic and truth; mathematical paradoxes; space and time; impossibilities; deciding and acting.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
  26. Bedside Book of Philosophy (The) [321]
    Picard,Michael [410]
    2012
    Notes:
    Many concepts,questions,and puzzles. Covers what philosophy is; ethics and morality; metaphysics and spirituality,logic and infinity,epistemology.
    Subject/s:
         Epistemology
  27. Being Digital [164]
    Negroponte,Nicholas [378]
    1995
    Notes:
    How digital communication in all its forms is and will affect human behaviour.
    Subject/s:
         Digital Communications
  28. Big Disconnect: The Story of Technology and Loneliness (The) [42]
    Slade,Giles [484]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Technology - Psychological Aspects
  29. Big Questions: Mind (The) [319]
    Restak,Richard M. [440]
    2012
    Notes:
    Several questions and concepts are presented,such as is there a mind without a body; what is consciousness; what is thinking; what does the brain do when it is doing nothing; are machines scrambling our brains.
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  30. Big Questions: Physics (The) [5]
    Brooks,Michael [68]
    2010
    Notes:
    Several questions such as what is time; is everything random; can I change the universe with a single glance; why is there something rather than nothing; what is nature's strongest force.
    Subject/s:
         Science
  31. Black Code [167]
    Deibert,Ronald J. [141]
    2013
    Notes:
    Deibert is professor of Political Science and Director of Canada Centre for Global Security Studies and the Citizen Lab at University of Toronto. The book examines the intersection of Internet,global security,and human rights.
    Subject/s:
         Internet - Political aspects
  32. Blink [11]
    Gladwell,Malcolm [208]
    2005
    Subject/s:
         Decision Making
  33. Blockchain Revolution [416]
    Tapscott,Don; Tapscott,Alex [523]
    2016
    Notes:
    The technology behind Bitcoin. How it was developed and how it works. Transactions are anonymous and secure by using a tamperproof public ledger of value.
    Subject/s:
         Blockchain
  34. Blue Ocean Strategy [481]
    Kim,W. Chan; Mauborgne,Ren�e [301]
    2007
    Subject/s:
         Business
  35. Brain Rules [25]
    Medina,John [348]
    2008
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  36. Brain That Changes Itself (The) [9]
    Doidge,Norman [155]
    2007
    Notes:
    Examines the discovery that our thoughts can physically alter the structure and function of our brain. Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to re-map sensory data to other parts of the brain,and to grow new neurons. Case histories include a woman with half her brain missing since birth.
    Subject/s:
         Cognitive Neuroscience
  37. Brief Guide To The Great Equations (A) [377]
    Crease,Robert P. [128]
    2009
    Notes:
    History and development of ten equations reveals how they are as integral to their time and place as great works of art. Pythagorean Theorem; Newton's second law of motion; Newton's law of universal gravitation; Euler's equation; second law of thermodynamics; Maxwell's equations; Einstein's E=mc² Einstein's equation for general relativity; Schrodinger's equation; Heisenberg uncertainty principle.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  38. Brief History Of Infinity (A) [21]
    Clegg,Brian [109]
    2003
    Subject/s:
         Infinity
  39. Brief History of Mathematical Thought (A) [493]
    Heaton,Luke [251]
    2015
    Notes:
    Our world is steeped in mathematics,and many of the most important ideas are easier to understand than is commonly assumed. From algebra to calculus,the book covers the history of mathematics,focusing on many key innovations. Fibonacci, Euler, Euclid, Pascal, formal logic, Alan Turing, Kurt Gödel, order and chaos are explored.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  40. Brief History of The Universe (A) [371]
    McEvoy,J.P. [345]
    2010
    Notes:
    An overview of astronomy,from Babylon to The Big Bang. Astrophysicist covers Greek astronomy,Ptolemy,Nicholaus Copernicus,Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler,Galileo Galilei,Isaac Newton,Albert Einstein and relativity,Edwin Hubble and the expanding universe.
    Subject/s:
         Astronomy
  41. Brief History of Time (A) [342]
    Hawking,Stephen W. [247]
    1988
    Notes:
    Covers space and time; the expanding universe; the uncertainty principle; elementary particles and forces of nature; black holes; the origin and fate of the universe; the arrow of time; the unification of physics. Includes brief synopses of Albert Einstein,Galileo Galilei,and Isaac Newton.
    Subject/s:
         Astrophysics
  42. Bryce 3D Handbook (The) [210]
    Mortier,Shamms [365]
    1998
    Subject/s:
         Bryce 3D
  43. Calculus [644]
    Gootman,Elliot C. (Ph.D.) [213]
    1997
    Notes:
    A general review covering equations,functions,and graphs; limits; derivatives; integrals and antiderivatives; word problems; applications of integrals to geomtry; and more. Includes worked-out examples and a summary of main points in each chapter,as well as background material on algebra, geometry, and reading comprehension.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
         Calculus
  44. Calculus [2]
    Coles Publishing [114]
    2009
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
         Mathematics
  45. Calculus 8E [611]
    Stewart,James [508]
    2016
    Notes:
    The author aims to convey to the student a sense of the utility of calculus and develop technical competence,but also strives to give some appreciation for the instrinsic beauty of the subject. Contains Diagnostic Tests; Preview of Calculus; Functions and Limits; Derivatives; Applications of Differentiation; Integrals; Applications of Integration; Inverse Functions; Differential Equations; Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates; Infinite Sequences and Series; Vectors and Space Geometry; Vector Functions; Partial Derivatives; Multiple Integrals; Vector Calculus; Second-order Differential Equations. Also Reference Sections including chapter answers.
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
  46. Calculus Better Explained [605]
    Azad,Kalid [25]
    2015
    Notes:
    We usually take shapes,formulas,and situations at face value. Calculus gives us two superpowers to dig deeper: X-ray vision and time-lapse vision. What do X-ray and time-Lapse vision have in common? They examine patterns step-by-step. An X-ray shows the individual slices inside,and a time-lapse puts each future state next to the other.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
         Calculus
  47. Calculus Essentials for Dummies [168]
    Ryan,Mark [459]
    2010
    Notes:
    Beginning with a definition of calculus works through limits and continuity; differentiation; integration; using the integral to solve problems.
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
  48. Calculus Simplified [1005]
    [176]
    2019
    Notes:
    A reader-friendly and intuitive introduction to the 3 key principles in calculus - limits, derivatives, and integrals. The college-level material is organized in mini-lessons and focuses on developing the intuition behind calculus, then on conceptual and computational mastery. Hundreds of solved examples and exercises are included.
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
         Mathematics
  49. Calculus Workbook For Dummies [389]
    Ryan,Mark [459]
    2015
    Notes:
    A workbook with questions and answers covering pre-calculus (algebra and geometry); limits and continuity; differentiation; integration and infinite series.
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
  50. Cambridge Factfinder (The) [299]
    Crystal,David (editor) [131]
    1994
    Notes:
    Collection of knowledge in several broad areas: the universe; the earth; environment; natural history; human beings; history; human geography; society; religion and mythology; communications; science & technology; arts and culture; knowledge; sports & games.
    Subject/s:
         Reference - Encyclopedia
  51. Canadian Oxford Dictionary 2E [504]
    Barber,Katherine [Editor] [30]
    2004
    Notes:
    Appendices include Style Guide; Prime Ministers & Gov. Generals of Canada; Weight,Measures,and Notations; History of the English Language; Alphabets; Abbreviations; Pronunciation Symbols.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  52. Cartoon Guide To Calculus (The) [556]
    Gonick,Larry [210]
    2012
    Notes:
    Similar to the 'Manga' series,first-year calculus is presented as a graphic novel. Functions,limits,derivatives,and integrals are taught with graphics and humor.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
         Calculus
  53. Celtic Art Source Book [573]
    Davis,Courtney [135]
    1988
    Notes:
    Detailed line drawings of Celtic knotwork, spirals, patterns, and zoomorphic designs and color plates. Suitable for use and adaptation by amateurs and professionals, calligraphers, designers.
    Subject/s:
         History
  54. Celtic Knotwork [572]
    Bain,Iain [27]
    1986
    Notes:
    With very detailed illustrations and photographs,the book presents the geometry of Celtic culture,as presented in their stonework,tiles,and illustrated publications.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  55. Celtic Stencil Designs [284]
    Spinhoven,Co [496]
    1990
    Subject/s:
         Stencils
  56. Chambers's Etymological English Dictionary [533]
    MacDonald,A.M. (editor) [333]
    1965
    Notes:
    In spoken as well as written communication it is desirable to use words with accuracy,understanding,and force. The derivations have been carefully prepared so as to add to understanding of the words,often giving glimpses of past history. Those who are interested in etymology,and in philology generally,will find much additional information in the Appendices.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  57. Chemistry for Dummies [419]
    Moore,John T. [363]
    2003
    Notes:
    Introduction to chemistry covering basic concepts; matter and energy; atomic structure; periodic table of elements; nuclear chemistry; ionic bonds; covalent bonds; chemical reactions; electrochemistry; the mole; solutions; acids and bases; gases; organic chemistry; petroleum chemistry; polymers; chemistry in the home; air pollution; water pollution; notable historic chemists; the metric system; large and small numbers; unit conversion; significant figures.
    Subject/s:
         Chemistry
  58. Chess Tutor: Elements of Combinations (The) [282]
    Ault,Leslie H. [21]
    1975
    Subject/s:
         Chess
  59. Cliff Thorburn's Snooker Skills [280]
    Thorburn,Cliff [536]
    1991
    Subject/s:
         Snooker
  60. Code Book. (The) [395]
    Singh,Simon [481]
    1999
    Notes:
    Clear technological and mathematical explanations for many of the tools used to establish secrecy. Beginning with the cipher of Mary Queen of Scots, through mechanization of secrecy, cracking Enigma, the language barrier, public key cryptography, PGP (Pretty Good Privacy), quantum cryptography. Appendices including tips for frequency analysis, 'The Bible Code' (equidistant letter sequences), pigpen cipher, Playfair cipher, ADFGVX cipher, onetime pad weakness, the mathematics of RSA,glossary.
    Subject/s:
         Cryptography
  61. Coffee Book (The) [286]
    Baxter,Jack [35]
    1986
    Subject/s:
         Coffee
  62. Cognitive Psychology. A Student's Handbook 4E [107]
    Eysenck,Michael W.;Keane,Mark T. [173]
    2000
    Subject/s:
         Cognitive Psychology
  63. Coles Notes Algebra [180]
    John Wiley & Sons Canada [282]
    2012
    Notes:
    Covers preliminaries and basics; signed numbers,fractions,per cents; sets and expressions; equations,ratios,and proportions; equations with two variables; monomials,polynomials,and factoring; algebraic fractions; inequalities,graphing,and absolute value; coordinate geometry; functions and variations; roots and radicals; quadratic equations; word problems.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
         Algebra
  64. Coles Notes Statistics [195]
    John Wiley & Sons Canada [282]
    2012
    Notes:
    Types of statistics; making predictions; comparing results; graphic displays: frequency distribution,stem-and-leaf,box plot; numerical measures; probability; sampling; principles of testing; univariate inferential tests; bivariate relationships. Appendices include: glossary; common mistakes; tables.
    Subject/s:
         Statistics
  65. Collier Quick and Easy Guide to Chess [283]
    Roberts,Richard [130]
    1962
    Subject/s:
         Chess
  66. Color Scanning Success Handbook (The) [92]
    Kieran,Michael [300]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         Document Design
  67. Complete Book of Decorative Knots (The) [279]
    Budworth,Geoffrey [75]
    1998
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  68. Complete Book of Knots (The) [278]
    Budworth,Geoffrey [75]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  69. Computer Telephony: Automating Home Offices and Small Businesses [234]
    Tittel,Ed;Rader,Dawn [540]
    1996
    Subject/s:
         Computer Networking
  70. Concise Roget's International Thesaurus 7E [142]
    Kipfer,Barbara Ann [304]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Thesaurus - English Language
  71. Consciousness And The Brain [23]
    Dehaene,Stanislas [140]
    2014
    Notes:
    Asks questions such as: where do thoughts,feelings,and dreams come from?; is the human mind smart enough to understand its own existence? Attempts to answer the question of what is consciousness by examining various mental states such as coma,anesthesia,sleeping,dreaming with modern tools such as functional MRI and electro- and magnetoencephalography.
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  72. Contemporary Business Mathematics with Canadian Applications 2E [380]
    Hummelbrunner,S.A. [273]
    1986
    Notes:
    Mathematics fundamentals; mathematics of business and management; mathematics of finance and investments.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  73. Conversion Factors and Tables [586]
    Gaboury,J.A.M. [195]
    1968
    Notes:
    Terminology of basic units; conversion tables for many various units used by engineers,architects,mechanics,electricians,chemists.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  74. Core MySQL [78]
    Atkinson,Leon [20]
    2002
    Notes:
    Introduces database design, SQL queries, fundamentals of MySQL, normalization, transactions, and concurrency.
    Subject/s:
         MySQL
  75. Crafting With Paracord [676]
    Poole,Chad [419]
    2014
    Notes:
    50 projects with paracord. Solomon bars,bracelets & keychains,braids & weaves,decorative knots,
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  76. CRC Standard Mathematical Tables. 25E [402]
    Beyer,William H,Ph.D. [44]
    1980
    Notes:
    Comprehensive collection of numerous mathematical and physical constants,formulae,tables. Algebra; combinatorial analysis; geometry; trigonometry; analytic geometry; calculus;probability and statistics; financial tables. Conversion factors
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  77. Creating Web Animations [422]
    Chimmathambi,Kirupa [102]
    2017
    Notes:
    Producing web animations using CSS, HTML and JavaScript. Keyframe animations; CSS Code from the book is available from github.com/kirupa/kirupa/tree/master/creating_web_animations. Sprite sheets; content slides.
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
  78. Critical Thinking. An Introduction to the Basic Skills 2E [349]
    Hughes,William [272]
    1997
    Notes:
    ntroduction to the skills needed to create strong arguments. Deductive and inductive reasoning,logical fallacies and how to spot them,inference,ambiguity,what is relevant to an argument. Also concerns ethical matters and how the nature of a language can affect the structure of an argument. Includes a collection of logical paradoxes and puzzles to entertain and enlighten the reader.
    Subject/s:
         Logic
  79. Cryptography: A Very Short Introduction [360]
    Piper,Fred; Murphy,Sean [414]
    2002
    Notes:
    Brief overview of cryptography,from historical algorithms to modern. Uses of cryptography,key management,cryptography in everyday life.
    Subject/s:
         Cryptography
  80. CSS The Missing Manual. 4E [555]
    McFarland,David Sawyer [346]
    2015
    Notes:
    Professional manual on style sheets - the 'bible' of web design. Chapters include HTML and CSS; Creating styles and style sheets; Selectors; Inheritance; Multiple Styles; Formatting Text; Margins,Padding,and Borders; Adding Graphics; Site Navigation; Transforms,Transitions,and Animation; Tables and Forms; CSS Layout; Float-based Layouts; Positioning Elements; Responsive Web Design; CSS Grid System; FlexBox; Sass. Appendices: Property Reference; Resources.
    Subject/s:
         Cascading Style Sheets
  81. Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 34E [303]
    Tierney (Jr. M.D.),Lawrence M. [537]
    1995
    Notes:
    Approach to the patient; diagnostic testing & medical decision making; geriatric medicine; cancer; skin and appendages; eye; ear,nose,& throat; lung; heart; systemic hypertension; blood vessels & lymphatics; blood; alimentary tract; liver,biliary tract,& pancreas; breast; gynecology & obstetrics; allergic & immunologic disorders; arthritis & musculoskeletal disorders; fluid & electrolyte disorders; kidney; urology; nervous system; psychiatric disorders; endocrine disorders; diabetes mellitus & hypoglycemia; lipid disorders; nutrition; infectious diseases; HIV infection; viral & rickettsia,bacterial & chlamydial,spirochetal,protozoal,helminithic,& mycotic infectious diseases; chemotherapeutic & antibiotic agents; disorders due to physical agents; poisoning; medical genetics.
    Subject/s:
         Reference - Medical
  82. Curves in Space [584]
    Johnson,Donovan A. [283]
    1963
    Notes:
    Booklet covers basic geometric curves with definitions,formulae,and examples.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  83. D3.js in Action 2E [423]
    Meeks,Elijah [349]
    2018
    Notes:
    Library to represent data graphically on a web page. Uses HTML5,AJAX,JSON,SVG technologies. Data flow and visualization; charts; layouts; network visualization; geospatial visualization; DOM manipulation; interactive applications; big data visualization; mobile devices.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
  84. Database Design for Mere Mortals [55]
    Hernandez,Michael J. [255]
    1997
    Notes:
    Excellent guide to designing and building relational databases. Covers types of databases (hierarchical,network,relational); design objectives; terminology; design process; analyzing a current database; establishing table structures; keys; field specifications; table relationships; business rules; views; data integrity; bad design (what not to do); bending or breaking the rules. Appendices include sample designs,diagram symbols,documentation forms.
    Subject/s:
         Database Design
  85. David And Goliath: underdogs,misfits,and the art of battling giants. [197]
    Gladwell,Malcolm [208]
    2013
    Notes:
    Challenges how we think about obstacles and disadvantages,offering a new interpretation of what it means to be discriminated against,or cope with a disability,or lose a parent,or attend a mediocre school,or suffer from any number of other apparent setbacks. Examines Northern Ireland's Troubles,the minds of cancer researchers and civil rights leaders,murder and the high costs of revenge,and the dynamics of successful and unsuccessful classrooms---all to demonstrate how much of what is beautiful and important in the world arises from what looks like suffering and adversity.
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  86. Debugging Perl: Troubleshooting For Programmers [219]
    Brown,Martin [70]
    2001
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  87. Decorative Fusion Knots [673]
    Lenzen,J.D. [320]
    2011
    Notes:
    From the author of YouTube Channel 'Tying It All Together',several decorative knots used in paracord braiding and other knotting.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  88. Deductive Geometry and Introduction to Trigonometry [239]
    Petrie,P.A.; Baker,V.E.; Darbyshire,W.; Levitt,J.R.; MacLean,W.B. [407]
    1957
    Subject/s:
         Geometry
  89. Definitive Guide to SQLite (The) 2E [337]
    Allen,Grant; Owens,Mike [9]
    2010
    Notes:
    SQLite is an embedded database - c.f. URL en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embedded_database. Chapters include architecture; features and philosophy; performance and limitations; command-line program (CLP); database administration; creating and querying a database; advanced SQL; API,transactions,page cache,locks,multiple connections; queries,errors & the unexpected,threads; functions,aggregates,collations; language extensions (Perl,Python,Ruby,Java,Tcl,PHP); iOS development,iSeinfeld; large SQLite databases under iOS.
    Subject/s:
         SQLite
         Database Design
         Programming
  90. Des Pawson's Knot Craft & Rope Mats [275]
    Pawson,Des [397]
    2016
    Notes:
    Contains historical data on tools and several knots and rope constructions. Instructions for 20 rope mats and many knots and some odd constructions.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  91. Descartes' Error. Emotion,Reason,And The Human Brain [22]
    Damasio,Antonio [132]
    1994
    Subject/s:
         Logic
  92. Design Patterns: elements of reusable object-oriented software [186]
    Gamma,Erich; Helm,Richard; Johnson,Ralph; Vlissides,John [196]
    1994
    Notes:
    What is design pattern; designing a document editor; creational patterns; structural patterns; behavioural patterns; foundation classes.
    Subject/s:
         Programming
  93. Developing Bioinformatics Computer Skills [147]
    Gibas,Cynthia; Jambeck,Per [205]
    2001
    Notes:
    Biology in the computer age; sequence analysis; protein structures; genomics; proteomics; database mining.
    Subject/s:
         Bioinformatics
         Programming
  94. Dictionary Of Computer And Internet Terms. Sixth Edition [140]
    Downing,Douglas A.;Covington,Michael A.;Covington,Melody Mauldin [161]
    1998
    Subject/s:
         Dictionaries
  95. Dictionary of Medical Terms 6E [165]
    Sell,Rebecca E. (M.D.); Rothenberg,Mikel A. (M.D.); Chapman,Charles F. [472]
    2013
    Notes:
    Paperback editon - Barron's Medical Guide.
    Subject/s:
         Dictionaries
  96. Dictionary Of Physics [141]
    Pitt,Valerie H. [415]
    1975
    Subject/s:
         Dictionaries
  97. Digital Negative (The) [170]
    Schewe,Jeff [464]
    2013
    Notes:
    Using RAW image processing in Lightroom,Camera Raw,and Photoshop. Covers what a digital negative is; processing using Lightroom,Photoshop and Camera Raw; creating a workflow.
    Subject/s:
         Digital Photography
  98. Digital Photographer's Handbook [94]
    Ang,Tom [13]
    2008
    Subject/s:
         Digital Photography
  99. Distrust That Particular Flavor [364]
    Gibson,William [207]
    2012
    Notes:
    A collection of short essays by Canadian author of 'Neuromancer' about technology and culture.
    Subject/s:
         Culture
  100. Drunkard's Walk (The) [16]
    Mlodinow,Leonard [360]
    2008
    Subject/s:
         Probability
  101. E-myth mastery [246]
    Gerber,Michael E. [203]
    2005
    Notes:
    The seven essential disciplines for building a world class company
    Subject/s:
         Business
  102. E=mc� [346]
    Bodanis,David [51]
    2000
    Notes:
    History of this famous formula by Albert Einstein. Begins with the Bern Patent Office and covers the publication in 1905 as well as some uses,such as atomic weapons.
    Subject/s:
         Relativity
  103. Effective awk programming 3E [298]
    Robbins,Arnold [442]
    2001
    Notes:
    Getting started; regular expressions; reading input files; printing output; expressions; patterns,actions,and variables; arrays; functions; gawk internationalization; gawk advanced features; library of awk and gawk functions; example awk programs; internetworking with gawk. Appendixes include gawk installation; basic programming concepts.
    Subject/s:
         awk
         Programming
  104. Effective Perl Progamming. Writing Better Programs With Perl. [154]
    Hall,Joseph N. ; Schwartz,Randal L. [237]
    1998
    Notes:
    A best practices book. Idiomatic Perl; regular expressions; subroutines; references; debugging; packages and modules; object-oriented programming; miscellany.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  105. Elastic [1004]
    [360]
    2018
    Notes:
    Humans have developed a unique set of talents including neophilia (affinity for novelty), schizotypy (a tendency toward unusual perception), imagination and idea generation, and divergent and integrative thinking to effect paradigm shifts in our culture and society. In the current age of unprecedented technological innovation and social change, it is more important than ever to encourage these abilities and traits.
    Subject/s:
         Neuropsychology
         Neuroscience
         Neurology
  106. Elementary statistics: A Step by step approach 4E [388]
    Bluman,Allan G. [50]
    2001
    Notes:
    Nature of probability and statistics; frequency distributions and graphs; data description; counting techniques; probability; discrete probability distributions; normal distribution; confidence intervals and sample size; hypothesis testing; difference between two means,two variances,and two proportions; correlation and regression; Chi-square tests; analysis of variance (ANOVA); nonparametric statistics; sampling and simulation. Appendices: algebra review; research report writing; Baye's Theorem; tables; data bank; glossary. Includes CD and insert of Important Formulas.
    Subject/s:
         Statistics
  107. Emperor's New Mind (The) [407]
    Penrose,Roger [402]
    1989
    Notes:
    Notes on his thoughts about computers,minds,and the laws of physics. He argues that we lack an important insight into physics,without which we will be unable to comprehend the mind.
    Subject/s:
         Physics
  108. Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Engineering 2E [251]
    Ralston,Anthony (Editor) [430]
    1983
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  109. Engineering Drawing 8E [248]
    French,Thomas E.; Vierck,Charles J. [188]
    1953
    Subject/s:
         Drafting
  110. Essential System Administration [231]
    Frisch,Aeleen [192]
    1995
    Subject/s:
         System Administration
  111. Everyday Calculus [564]
    Fernandez,Oscar E. [176]
    2014
    Notes:
    Calculus will explain why our blood vessels branch off at certain angles,and why every object thrown in the air arcs in the shape of a parabola.\nAppendix A includes refresher material on functions and graphs. Appendices 1-7 includes the calculations mentioned in the book.
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
  112. Exploring Illustrator CS3 [403]
    Hartman,Annesa; Sholar,Ken [243]
    2008
    Notes:
    Tour of Illustrator windows and tools; drawing lines and shapes; using color; texture,stroke,fill; working with type; object compostion; spatial illusions; print and print publishing. Contains CD of contents (Windows format).
    Subject/s:
         Adobe Illustrator
  113. Fabric Of The Cosmos (The) [177]
    Greene,Brian [221]
    2004
    Notes:
    Subtitled Space,time,and the texture of reality. Examines some major questions about our universe: are space and time real physical entities or just useful ideas; does time have a beginning; can we manipulate space and time. Some material is controversial and covers Bell's theorem,delayed choice experiments,quantum measurement,accelerated expansion,wormhole time machines,and the production of black holes with particle accelerators.
    Subject/s:
         Astrophysics
  114. Feynman's Tips on Physics [606]
    Feynman,Richard P.; Gottlieb,Michael L.; Leighton,Ralph [180]
    2013
    Notes:
    This second edition of the book includes three insightful interviews about The Lectures: with Richard Feynman,in 1966, soon after his key part in the project was finished with Robert Leighton, in 1986, about Feynman's gifts as a lecturer - and the challenges of translating from 'Feynmanese' into English,and interview with Rochus Vogt, in 2009,about the community of professors that cooperatively taught The Feynman Lectures course at Caltech.
    Subject/s:
         Physics
  115. First Course in Statistical Methods (A) [37]
    Ott,R. Lyman; Longnecker,Michael T. [391]
    2004
    Notes:
    Statisitics and the scientific method; collecting data using surveys and scientific studies; summarizing data; probability and probability distributions; inferences about population; completely randomized design; categorical data; linear regression and correlation; multiple regression; communicating the results. Also contains CD with data sets used in the book.
    Subject/s:
         Statistics
  116. Formulas,methods,tips and data for home and workshop. [386]
    Swezey,Kenneth M. [517]
    1969
    Notes:
    Tips and advice on many DIY topics: wood finishing and preservation; paints and paint removers; finishing,plating and working metals; bugs,fungi and bacteria; fire prevention and fire fighting; first aid and safety; household chemistry; calculations and conversions.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  117. Fractal Geometry of Nature (The) [418]
    Mandelbrot,Benoit B. [336]
    1983
    Notes:
    From the founder of fractal geometry,this book covers the gamut of the fractal dimension as it appears in nature,and how it applies to art and science.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  118. GarageBand [363]
    Plummer,Mary [416]
    2015
    Notes:
    Apple-certified manual to GarageBand,the digital recording application. Arranging,editing and mixing original music; create ringtones using Apple loops; test amp simulators and stomp boxes; spoken dialog for an audio book; use drum machine to create original beats and dynamic tempo changes; add equalizer effects; share music through iCloud,and iOS devices. Includes access to downloadable lesson files.
    Subject/s:
         OS X
  119. Geographic Information Systems. An Introduction. [26]
    Star,Jeffrey; Estes,John [502]
    1990
    Subject/s:
         GIS
  120. Geometry Demystified [199]
    Gibilisco,Stan [206]
    2003
    Subject/s:
         Geometry
         Mathematics
  121. Geometry For The Practical Man [414]
    Thompson,J.E. [534]
    1962
    Notes:
    History and development of geometry. Topics include properties of plane figures; properties of the circle; dimensions and areas of plane figures; surface area and volumes of solids; 'three round bodies'; non-Euclidian geometry.
    Subject/s:
         Geometry
  122. Geomorphology and Global Environmental Change [383]
    Slaymaker,Olav; Spencer,Thomas; Embleton-Hamann,Christine (Editors) [485]
    2011
    Notes:
    Introduction to landscape; mountains; lakes and lake catchments; rivers; estuaries,coastal marshes,tidal flats and coastal dunes; beaches,cliffs and deltas; coral reefs; tropical rainforests; tropical savannas; deserts; Mediterranean landscapes; temperate forests and rangelands; tundra and permafrost; ice sheets and ice caps.
    Subject/s:
         Geomorphology
  123. Glass Cage. (The) [354]
    Carr,Nicholas [91]
    2014
    Subject/s:
         Technology - Psychological Aspects
  124. GNU Wget 1.13.4 [318]
    Niksic,Hrvoje [385]
    2011
    Notes:
    wget is a non-interactive download utility,typically used to get files from the web. Handles HTTP,HTTPS,and FTP protocols. Covers invoking; recursive links; time-stamping; several examples. Formatted in 3-ring binder. Also includes curl man pages
    Subject/s:
         wget
  125. Golden Ratio (The) [17]
    Livio,Mario [325]
    2002
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  126. Graded Lessons in Macrame,Knotting and Netting [566]
    Walker,Lousia [559]
    1971
    Notes:
    Designed for self-study, the book is extremely thorough and clear in its descriptions of techniques and processes, and profusely illustrated with both technique-diagrams and pictures. It first presents elementary and basic operations, ideas and objects,t hen works up through very elaborate projects.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  127. Grapes of Math (The) [374]
    Bellos,Alex [39]
    2014
    Notes:
    Written as a collection of stories,we discover why 11 is more interesting than 10; numerical patterns everywhere; triangles; cones and rolling balls; rotation and pendulums; proportional growth and e; negative numbers; calculus; mathematical proofs; and cellular automata.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  128. Gray's Anatomy 15E [1]
    Gray,Henry [1011]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Anatomy
  129. Great Origami Book (The) [571]
    Ayture-Scheele,Zulal [24]
    1987
    Notes:
    Using 8 basic folded shapes a reader can create projects from birds to a dancing woman.
    Subject/s:
         Origami
  130. Gregg Reference Manual 4E [253]
    Sabin,William A. [460]
    1995
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  131. Grown Up Digital [534]
    Tapscott,Don [522]
    2009
    Notes:
    A look at the Net Generation - those who were born and have grown up in the digital age. Focusing on young adults,the book investigates how this generation is changing our world,from politics,environmental awareness,and personal interaction.
    Subject/s:
         Digital Communications
  132. Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets & Solutions [235]
    McClure,Stewart; Scambray,Joel; Kurtz,George [343]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Computer Networking
         Programming
  133. Handbook of Applied Mathematics 4E [370]
    Grazda,Edward E.; Brenner,Morris; Minrath,William R. [220]
    1966
    Notes:
    Covers arithmetic,slide rule,geometry,algebra,trigonometry,differential calculus,mechanics. Tables of weights and measures. Topics covering foundations and excavation; concrete; brickwork; carpentry; lathing and plastering; painting,paperhanging and glazing; plumbing; ventilation and air conditioning; sheet metal work; electricity; print shop; business mathematics; accounting.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  134. Handbook of Physical Calculations 2E [583]
    Tuma,Jan J. [546]
    1983
    Notes:
    Definitions,formulas,technical applications,physical tables,conversion tables,graphs,dictionary of physical terms.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  135. Handy Boatman (The) [272]
    Constable,George [117]
    1976
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  136. High Performance MySQL 3E [109]
    Schwartz,Baron; Zaitsev; Tkachenko,Vadim [466]
    2012
    Notes:
    Covers 5.5. Advanced techniques for designing schemas, indexes, and queries. Tuning the MySQL server, operating system, and hardware for full potential. How to scale through replication, load balancing, high availability, and failover safely.
    Subject/s:
         MySQL
         Programming
  137. Homo Deus [568]
    Harari,Yuval Noah [240]
    2015
    Notes:
    The book explores the projects,dreams and nightmares that will shape the twenty-first century.
    Subject/s:
         Civilization
  138. Hot Knots [675]
    Hartmann,Kat [244]
    2015
    Notes:
    Knots used in Macremé but can be used in braiding with paracord.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  139. How Numbers Work [1]
    New Scientist [1002]
    2018
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  140. How Round Is Your Circle? [1]
    Bryant,John;Sangwin,Chris [1005]
    2008
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  141. How To Crochet [574]
    Varnam,Emma [554]
    2014
    Notes:
    Designed and written for the beginner. Clear illustrations and text explains how to teach yourself how to crochet.
    Subject/s:
         Crochet
  142. How To Cut A Cake [100]
    Stewart,Ian [507]
    2006
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  143. How To Get An A in Senior Physics [2]
    Coles Publishing [114]
    1998
    Notes:
    Mechanics,vectors,forces,work,energy and power,momentum,waves,light,interferences,electric charge,current electricity,magnetism,modern physics (Millikan experiment,photoelectric effect,particle accelerators,relativity).
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
         Mathematics
  144. HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide 4E [200]
    Musciano,Chuck; Kennedy,Bill [370]
    2000
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  145. HTML5 and CSS3 7E [46]
    Castro,Elizabeth; Hyslop,Bruce [93]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  146. HTML5 Canvas For Dummies [1]
    Cowan,Don [1018]
    2013
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  147. HTML5 For Dummies [47]
    Boumphrey,Frank [59]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  148. HTML5 Foundations [191]
    West,Matt [572]
    2013
    Notes:
    Getting started with HTML5; web page structure,templates,meta-data,character encoding,CSS; forms - GET & POST,input types and attributes,file input; HTML5 new input types; validating forms; using microdata; accessibility; JavaScript; DOM; adding video and audio; custom controls; storing data,objects,and arrays; JSON introduction; geolocation; using Canvas.
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  149. HTML5. The Missing Manual. [45]
    MacDonald,Matthew [334]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  150. I Live In The Future And Here's How It Works [4]
    Bilton,Nick [45]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Technological Forecasting
  151. Improbable Destinies [1003]
    [1022]
    2017
    Notes:
    Full of fascinating examples of convergence: eyes and wings and tree-climbing lizards that have evolved independently, multiple times. Also many examples of contingency, where tiny changes cause evolution to take a completely different course.
    Subject/s:
         Biology
         Evolution
  152. In Pursuit of the Unknown. 17 Equations That Changed the World [34]
    Stewart,Ian [507]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  153. In Search of Schr�dinger's Cat [413]
    Gribbin,John [226]
    1984
    Notes:
    The history and development of quantum mechanics. Topics include atoms,light,Bohr's atom; photons and electrons; matrices and waves; antimatter,superconductors; chance and uncertainty.
    Subject/s:
         Quantum Theory
  154. Incognito. The Secret Lives Of The Brain [7]
    Eagleman,David [168]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Subconsciousness
  155. Independent Consulting (Adams Streetwise Consulting) [242]
    Kintler,David; Adams,Bob [303]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         Business
  156. InDesign CS5 [83]
    Cohen,Sandy [113]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Document Design
  157. Infinite Powers [30]
    Strogatz,Steven [512]
    2019
    Notes:
    Not a technical reference or tutorial, but a very clear account of how and why calculus came to be. The concept of infinity is tied to calculus very tightly - without it calculus would not exist.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  158. Inkscape: Guide To A Vector Drawing Program 4E [341]
    Bah,Tavmjong [26]
    2011
    Notes:
    Vector graphics and how Inkscape is organized. Editing basics; positioning and transforming; geometric shapes; paths; text; attributes; tweak tool; spray tool; eraser tool paint bucket tool; clipping and masking; filter effects; XML editor; tiling; tracing bitmaps; connectors; extension; SVG and the web; command line. Includes some example image challenges. Inkscape file formats. Tips for Illustrator conversion.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
  159. Intelligent Eye. (The) [97]
    Gregory,R.L. [224]
    1970
    Subject/s:
         Vision
  160. Interactive Data Visualization for the Web 2E [420]
    Murray,Scott [369]
    2017
    Notes:
    Using the JavaScript library D3 to create and manage interactive data presentation in a web environment. Topics include scales; axes; updates,transitions & motion; interactivity; using paths; selections; geomapping; exporting. Also a project walk-through and case studies.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
  161. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems [118]
    Chang,Kang-tsung [97]
    2006
    Notes:
    Windows CD with some .shp files.
    Subject/s:
         GIS
  162. Introduction to JavaScript Object Notation [1]
    Bassett,Lindsay [1007]
    2015
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  163. Introduction To Object-oriented Programming (An) 3E [157]
    Budd,Timothy [73]
    2002
    Notes:
    Classes,methods and messages; inheritance; polymorphism; object interactions.
    Subject/s:
         Programming
  164. Introductory Algebra and Trigonometry with Applications [538]
    Calter,Paul; Rogers,Carol Felsinger [84]
    1997
    Notes:
    College-level text designed for technical students,such as electrical,financial,navigation,business,computer,and health fields. Whole numbers,fractions,decimal numbers,units of measure,percentage,signed numbers,algebra,multiplication and devision of algebraic expressions,simple equations,solving word problems.
    Subject/s:
         Trigonometry
  165. Invisible Gorilla (The) [6]
    Chabris,Christopher [96]
    2009
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  166. Invitation To Critical Thinking 2E [98]
    Barry,Vincent E.; Rudinow,Joel [31]
    1990
    Subject/s:
         Logic
  167. Islands of Truth [348]
    Peterson,Ivars [406]
    1990
    Subject/s:
         Astrophysics
  168. JavaScript & AJAX For Dummies [339]
    Harris,Andy [242]
    2010
    Notes:
    Beginning with programming in JavaScript the book continues with explaining what AJAX is and how to implement it in a web site. Contains several chapters on jQuery. Build an AJAX form; sending data to a server; processing the result; working with XML and JSON data. Includes list of jQuery plugins and resources.
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  169. JavaScript & jQuery [344]
    Duckett,Jon [166]
    2014
    Notes:
    Begins with programming fundamentals and continues through program design and completion. Covers functions,objects,methods; decisions and loops; Document Object Model (DOM); events; jQuery; Ajax & JSON; various API usage (Modernizer,jQuery UI,geolcation,web storage,history,AngularJS,Google Maps); error handling & debugging; content panels; filtering,searching & sorting; form enhancement & validation.
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  170. JavaScript & jQuery. The Missing Manual 2E [44]
    McFarland,David Sawyer [346]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  171. Javascript and AJAX. 2nd Edition. [133]
    Carey,Patrick; Canovatchel,Frank [89]
    2010
    Notes:
    Comprehensive student manual.
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  172. JavaScript and jQuery for Data Analysis and Visualization [366]
    Raasch,Jon; Murray,Graham; Ogievetsky,Vadim; Lowery,Joseph [427]
    2015
    Notes:
    Data visualization using JavaScript and jQuery in web development. Read data file in various formats (JSON,XML,CSV) and present graphs or charts dynamically. Several chapters have downloadable code.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
         Programming
  173. JavaScript Bible 3E [194]
    Goodman,Danny [212]
    1998
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  174. Joe Celko's Data & Databases: Concepts In Practice [75]
    Celko,Joe [94]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Database Design
         SQL
  175. Joe Celko's SQL For Smarties: Advanced SQL Programming [49]
    Celko,Joe [94]
    2000
    Subject/s:
         SQL
         Database Design
         Programming
  176. Joy of Mathematics (The) [462]
    Posamentier,Alfred S. [421]
    2017
    Notes:
    A pleasant and fascinating excursion through the amusements,byways,curiosities,and diversions of mathematics. Includes public-key cryptography and several unsolved problems,covering algebra,geometry,probability and more.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  177. Joy of x (The) [30]
    Strogatz,Steven [512]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  178. jQuery and jQuery UI [1]
    Blanchard,Jay [1015]
    2013
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  179. jQuery Cookbook [175]
    Lindley,Cody [287]
    2010
    Notes:
    Several recipes for various client-side interface problems. Covers jQuery basics; selecting elements with jQuery; jQuery utilities; dimensions; effects; events; HTML form enhancements; form enhancements with plugins; jQuery plugins; interface components; jQuery UI; jQuery,Ajax,data formats: HTML,XML,JSON,JSONP; jQuery in large projects; unit testing.
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  180. King of Infinite Space. (The) [396]
    Berlinski,David [42]
    2013
    Notes:
    Euclid's 'The Elements' is discussed in detail from history of geometry and algebra to Beltrami pseudospheres,Poincare's disk,and hyperbolic triangles.
    Subject/s:
         Geometry
  181. Knitting Without Needles [680]
    Weil,Anne [567]
    2015
    Notes:
    Introduction to finger and arm knitting. Includes sections on choosing yarn; finger knitting 101; arm knitting 101.
    Subject/s:
         Knitting
  182. Knots [404]
    Adamides,Andrew [2]
    2007
    Notes:
    History and structure of various ropes,knots; tools; rope maintenance. Bends,binding knots; hitches; loops; slip knots; splices; stopper knots; fancy knots.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  183. Knots [580]
    Toss,Brion [543]
    1990
    Notes:
    Complete guide to the most useful knots for boating,with illustrations and instructions. Includes belays,bends,hitches,binding knots,loop knots,coiling,splices,whippings and seizings.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  184. Knots: The Complete Visual Guide [683]
    Pawson,Des [397]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Ropework
         Knots
  185. Knotting & Braiding Bible (The) [679]
    Wood,Dorothy [584]
    2014
    Notes:
    Unique knotted and braided projects using paracord. Includes Kumihimo,macrame,plaiting.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  186. Learning Perl 7E [1000]
    Schwartz,Randal L.;foy,brian d;Phoenix,Tom [1019]
    2017
    Notes:
    Latest edition of 'The Llama Book' updates several additions to the Perl language. Topics include Perl data and variable types; subroutines; file operations; regular expressions; string manipulation; lists and sorting; process management; smart matching; 3rd party modules. Contains an appendix dealing with Unicode.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  187. Learning Perl/Tk [222]
    Walsh,Nancy [563]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Tk
         Programming
         Perl
  188. Learning Python [31]
    Lutz,Mark; Ascher,David [331]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Python
         Programming
  189. Learning the bash Shell 3E [38]
    Newham,Cameron; Rosenblatt,Bill [381]
    2005
    Subject/s:
         Programming
         bash
         Programming
  190. Light - Science & Magic 4E [93]
    Hunter,Fil; Biver,Steven; Fugua,Paul [274]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Photography - Lighting
  191. Little Book of Mathematical Principles (The) [406]
    Solomon,Robert (Dr.) [491]
    2008
    Notes:
    Chronological arrangement of several mathematical events and topics.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  192. Little,Brown Handbook (The) [609]
    Fowler,H. Ramsey [186]
    1986
    Notes:
    A handbook of English grammar and rhetoric (3rd edition) as applied to the writing process,including punctuation,diction,and composition. Research papers,essays,biographies are presented as examples.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  193. Longitude [582]
    Sobel,Dava [490]
    1995
    Notes:
    During the age of exploration by ship 'The Longitude Problem' was the most important challenge of the time. Sailors were instantly lost as soon as they lost sight of land due to their inability to determine longitude. Covers the history of the scientific endeavours of John Harrison,who developed a clock to keep precise time at sea.
    Subject/s:
         Time
  194. Look It Up [254]
    Read,Hugh [435]
    1992
    Subject/s:
         English Language
  195. Mac Hacks [166]
    Seibold,Chris [471]
    2013
    Notes:
    System-level hacks to make your Mac more useful,usable,and friendly.
    Subject/s:
         OS X
  196. Mac OS X and iOS Internals [196]
    Levin,Jonathan [321]
    2013
    Notes:
    Darwinism: the evolution of OS X; the kernel; UNIX system directories; BSD; Mach-O; processes and memory allocation; OS X and iOS security mechanisms; process tracing and debugging; boot process - EFI and iBoot; launchd; GUI shells; kernel architectures; system call processing; kernel boot and panics; Mach design philosophy; tasks and thread APIs; Mach virtual memory; BSD layer; memory management; file systems; HFS+ file system; networking and sockets; packet filtering; kernel extensions; I/O kit.
    Subject/s:
         iOS
  197. Machine Nature [694]
    Sipper,Moshe [482]
    2002
    Notes:
    The author,a computer scientist,investigates computers,robots,and machines. Researchers are seeking solutions and ideas are turning to the natural world for answers. A new breed of adaptive software and hardware has arisen from the models of complex biological systems.
    Subject/s:
         Biology
  198. Machinery's Handbook 21E [368]
    Oberg,Erik; Jones F.D.; Horton,Holbrook L. [388]
    1980
    Notes:
    The 'bible' for mechanical engineers,machinists,and draftsmen. Contains numerous mathematical tables (algebra,geometry,trigonometry,logarithms,constants); physical constants; various engineering standards.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  199. Macrame. Creative Design in Knotting [567]
    Meilach,Dona Z. [350]
    1971
    Notes:
    The knots used for macrame are almost as easy as those we first tied in our shoelaces. It involves tying only two knots - the Clove Hitch and the Square Knot. The emphasis is on creativity, expressiveness, and investigation into the artisitc possibilities of string, twine, yarn, rope, and other cords.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  200. Macrame: The Art of Creative Knotting [535]
    Harvey,Virginia I. [245]
    1967
    Notes:
    Based on two simple knots - the Square Knot,and Double Half Hitch - the book covers the history of mmacrame,tools needed; material; basic knots; using color; mounting,shaping and finishing. Good illustrations and photos of usage in boating and yachting,home decoration,clothing and accessories.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  201. Managing & Using MySQL 2E [579]
    Reese,George; Yarger,Randy Jay; King,Tim [436]
    2002
    Notes:
    Comprehensive and practical covering basic information for new database administrators and programmers,along with advanced material on security,optimization,and program design.
    Subject/s:
         MySQL
         Programming
  202. Maps Of The Mind [149]
    Beazley,Mitchell [36]
    1981
    Notes:
    Various physiological / psychological views of the mind.
    Subject/s:
         Cognitive Science
  203. MariaDB Crash Course [340]
    Forta,Ben [184]
    2012
    Notes:
    Introduction to SQL language and databases in general; history of MariaDB and relation to MySQL. Using MariaDB: retrieving data; sorting retrieved data; filtering data; regular expressions; calculated fields; data manipulation functions; summarizing data; grouping data; subqueries; joining tables; advanced joins; combining queries; full-text searching; inserting data; updating & deleting data; creating & manipulating tables; using views; working with stored procedures; using cursors; using triggers; transaction processing; globalization & localization; security; database maintenance; performance improvement; MariaDB datatypes; reserved words. Also includes example tables and using them with MySQL Workbench.
    Subject/s:
         Database Design
         MySQL
         Programming
  204. Mastering Algorithms with Perl [1]
    Orwant,Jon;Hietaniemi,Jarkko;Macdonald,John [1010]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  205. Mastering Digital Printing 2E [116]
    Johnson,Harold [284]
    2005
    Subject/s:
         Digital Printing
  206. Mastering Regular Expressions [199]
    Friedl,Jeffrey E.F. [190]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  207. Math For The Frightened [603]
    Pask,Colin [395]
    2011
    Notes:
    The style of this book is relaxed and conversational. However,the intent is serious,and a little concentration will be required. The author gently introduces readers to the main ideas of mathemeatics and painlessly demonstrates how they are expressed in terms of symbols.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  208. Mathematical Cryptology for Computer Scientists and Mathematicians [238]
    Patterson,Wayne [396]
    1987
    Subject/s:
         Cryptography
         Programming
  209. Mathematical Models 2E [241]
    Cundy,H.M;Rollett,A.P. [999]
    1968
    Subject/s:
         Geometry
  210. Mathematics for the Million [581]
    Hogben,Lancelot [263]
    1971
    Notes:
    Iconic mathematics book,covers simple arithmetic to calculus.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  211. Mathematics of Data Management [1]
    Zimmer,David [1013]
    2003
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  212. Mathmen (The) [415]
    Terry,Leon [526]
    1964
    Notes:
    Historical coverage of the major discoverers,theorems,and constructions from Thales,Plato,Euclid,Archimedes,Aristotle,Eratosthenes,Pythagoras,Eudoxus,Hipparchus.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  213. Meditations On First Philosophy [350]
    Descartes,Rene [148]
    1975
    Notes:
    Translated and edited by John De Lucca. Based on the French edition of 1647,but incorporating Descartes' own emendations to the first edition in Latin 1641. Contains an Appendix of selected passages from other authors and works.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
  214. Merck Manual (The) 15E [305]
    Berkow (M.D.),Robert [Editor-in-Chief] [41]
    1987
    Notes:
    Updated for the general public.
    Subject/s:
         Reference - Medical
  215. Merck Manual. Home Health Handbook (The) [302]
    Porter,Robert S. [Editor-in-Chief] [420]
    2009
    Notes:
    Diagnosis and therapy guide to several medical conditions. Includes abbreviations and symbols.
    Subject/s:
         Reference - Medical
  216. Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary [301]
    Merriam-Webster Inc. [353]
    1996
    Notes:
    Explanatory charts and notes; guide to pronunciation; abbreviations used; pronunciation symbols; chemcial element abbreviations; foreign words and phrases; biographical names; geographical names; signs and symbols; handbook of style.
    Subject/s:
         Dictionaries
  217. Mind's Eye (The) [28]
    Sacks,Oliver [461]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Psychology - Perception
  218. Modern Classic Puzzles [706]
    Grabarchuk,Peter [219]
    2008
    Notes:
    Based on optical puzzle genres,this book of over 200 puzzles was produced for the Mensa Society. Pencil and eraser may be needed. Answers included.
    Subject/s:
         Problem Solving
  219. Modern Mathematics. Class VIII [625]
    Nag,Tridibesh [373]
    2007
    Notes:
    A mathematics textbook from India,written for a high school level student. Algebra and geometry are extensively covered,as well as a revision of arithmetical concepts such as average; frequency distribution; percentage; simple interest; profit and loss.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  220. Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine,Nursing & Health Professions 8E [304]
    Mosby Inc. [366]
    2009
    Notes:
    Inludes color atlas of human anatomy: skeletal system,muscular,circulatory,endocrine,lymphatic,nervous,respiratory,digestive,reproductive,urinary,special senses. Appendices include units of measurement; symbols and abbreviations; atlas of anatomy of physiology; medical terminology; nutrition; maternity and obstetrics; pediatrics; mental health; pharmacology; geriatrics. Includes CD-ROM.
    Subject/s:
         Dictionaries
  221. Mountaineering: The Freedom Of The Hills 5E [273]
    Graydon,Don [527]
    1992
    Subject/s:
         Orienteering
  222. MySQL 5E [128]
    DuBois,Paul [165]
    2013
    Notes:
    The 'Bible' of MySQL. Covers 5.5 & 5.6.
    Subject/s:
         Database Design
         MySQL
         Programming
  223. MySQL and Perl for the Web [52]
    DuBois,Paul [165]
    2002
    Notes:
    Designed for web developers using MySQL and Perl. Using the DBI module and CGI.pm module to produce forms and web pages dynamically.
    Subject/s:
         Database Design
         MySQL
         Programming
  224. MySQL Cookbook 2E [40]
    DuBois,Paul [165]
    2007
    Notes:
    Covers MySQL 5.0. Recipes for programming dilemmas and data manipulation challenges. Focussed pieces of code and worked-out examples, with explanations of how and why the code works. The second 'Bible' of MySQL.
    Subject/s:
         Database Design
         MySQL
         Programming
  225. Mystery of the Aleph. Mathematics,the Kabbalah,and the Search for Infinity (The) [323]
    Aczel,Amir D. [1]
    2000
    Notes:
    Several mathematical concepts are explored such as Kabbalah,squaring the circle; the birth of set theory; the first circle; transfinite numbers; continuum hypothesis; axiom of choice; Russell's paradox; Leibnitz,relativity,and U.S. constitution; Cohen's proof and the future of set theory.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
         Mathematics
  226. Nature of Space and Time (The) [345]
    Hawking,Stephen; Penrose,Roger [248]
    1996
    Notes:
    Begins with classical theory and covers structure of spacetime singularities; quantum black holes; quantum theory and spacetime; quantum cosmology; the Twistor view of spacetime; the debate between Hawking and Penrose.
    Subject/s:
         Quantum Theory
  227. Network Programming with Perl [211]
    Stein,Lincoln D. [503]
    2001
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  228. Networking: A Beginner's Guide 2E [233]
    Hallberg,Bruce [239]
    2001
    Subject/s:
         Computer Networking
  229. New Encyclopedia of Knots [276]
    Avery,Derek E. [22]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  230. Newton's Clock. Chaos in the Solar System [348]
    Peterson,Ivars [406]
    1993
    Notes:
    Examines the question of planetary orbits - are they stable and predictable? Combines mathematics and astronomy.
    Subject/s:
         Astrophysics
  231. Numbers Behind Numb3rs (The) [20]
    Devlin,Keith; Lorden,Gary [149]
    2007
    Notes:
    The TV Series 'Numb3rs' uses real mathematics to determine and solve their cases. The FBI and other law enforcement agencies are big users of algorithms and mathematics,using such state-of-the-art techniques as the Riemann hypothesis for image enhancement and anti-terrorism.
    Subject/s:
         Forensic Science
  232. Numerati (The) [24]
    Baker,Stephen [28]
    2008
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  233. Official Guide to Programming with CGI.pm [217]
    Stein,Lincoln [503]
    1998
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  234. On The Shoulders of Giants [559]
    Hawking,Stephen [247]
    2002
    Notes:
    Major works by 5 iconic authors, edited with commentary by Stephen Hawking. Nicolaus Copernicus - 'On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres'; Galileo Galilei - 'Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences'; Johannes Kepler - 'Harmony of the world (Book Five'); Sir Isaac Newton - 'Principia'; Albert Einstein - 'The Principle of Relativity' selections
    Subject/s:
         Astronomy
  235. On Writing Well [144]
    Zinsser,William K. [591]
    2006
    Notes:
    Principles,methods,forms,attitudes.
    Subject/s:
         Communication - Writing
         Writing
  236. Origami [570]
    Gross,Gay Merrill [231]
    1994
    Notes:
    Beginning with illustrations of basic folds,reverse folds,and origami bases,the book then moves through projects such as 'Howling Dog',to ear rings and wallets
    Subject/s:
         Origami
  237. Origami Bible (The) [569]
    Robinson,Nick [451]
    2004
    Notes:
    Beginning with a history of origami,the book offers several projects ranging from simple (CD case) to very complex (dodecahedron)
    Subject/s:
         Origami
  238. Out of My Later Years [409]
    Einstein,Albert [169]
    1996
    Notes:
    Collection of essays over 15 years (1934 - 1950) including 'Convictions and Beliefs','Science','Public Affairs','Science and Life','My People'.
    Subject/s:
         Physics
  239. Outdoor Knots [1]
    Jacobsen,Cliff [1000]
    2019
    Notes:
    Provides accessible information about choosing the right knot for the situation; tying different types of common knots and hitches; choosing the right kind of rope. Diagrams and instructions for lefties and righties.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  240. Outliers [13]
    Gladwell,Malcolm [208]
    2008
    Subject/s:
         Successful People
  241. Painless Algebera [563]
    Long,Lynette [326]
    2006
    Notes:
    You start with integers,progress to simple equations with one variable,then move forward to gain a clear understanding of inequalities,systems of equations,exponents,and roots and radicals.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  242. Parachute Cord Craft [677]
    Grenier,Samantha [225]
    2012
    Notes:
    22 simple projects using paracord braiding. Bracelets,key fobs,dog collar,lanyard,camera strap,belt.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  243. Paracord! [674]
    Mikkelsen,Todd [356]
    2014
    Notes:
    Bracelets,lanyards,key chains,buckles,and other paracord knots and projects. Illustrated with good photographs and instructions.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  244. Paradox. The nine greatest enigmas in physics [178]
    Al-Khalili,Jim [7]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Quantum Theory
  245. Patterns Of Problem Solving [99]
    Rubinstein,Moshe F. [457]
    1975
    Subject/s:
         Problem Solving
  246. Pearson Custom Mathematics [384]
    Pearson Learning Solutions [399]
    2011
    Notes:
    Basic algebraic operations; variation; systems of linear equations & determinants; exponential and logarithmic functions; statistics; trigonometric functions. Appendices: word problems; metric system.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  247. Perl 5 How-to 2E [192]
    Asbury,Stephen; Glover,Mike; Humphreys,Aidan; Weiss,Ed; Mathews,Jason; Sol,Selena [17]
    1997
    Notes:
    Perl basics; file manipulation; standard CGI output; user input; matching,filtering,and transforming; writing reports; DBM files; interprocess communication; client-server and network programming; functions,libraries,packages,and modules; asynchronous events; data structures; sorting,searching,and recursion; Unix system administration; Perl debugger; object-oriented programming; CGI environment variables; HTML forms.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  248. Perl Best Practices [155]
    Conway,Damian [118]
    2005
    Notes:
    Robustness,efficiency,maintainability.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  249. Perl Black Book [81]
    Holzner,Steven [268]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  250. Perl by Example 3E [525]
    Quigley,Ellie [426]
    2002
    Notes:
    'Perl By Example' is not just a beginner's guide,but a complete guide to Perl. It covers many aspects of what Perl can do,from regular expression handling,to formatting reports,to interprocess communication. This edition covers Perl objects,references,and CGI. Perl has a rich variety of functions for handling strings,arrays,the system interface,networking,and more. In order to understand how these functions work,background information concerning the hows,whys,and what fors is provided before demonstrating functional programs. Appendices contain a complete list of functions and definitions,command line switches,special variables,popular modules,the Perl debugger,a functional object-oriented CGI program,and other helpful scripts.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  251. Perl Cookbook 2E [80]
    Christiansen,Tom; Torkington,Nathan [105]
    2003
    Notes:
    More material and updated.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  252. Perl for System Administration [216]
    Blank-Edelman,David N. [49]
    2000
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  253. Perl for Web Site Management [218]
    Callender,John [83]
    2002
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  254. Perl in a Nutshell [1]
    Siever,Ellen;Spainhour,Stephen;Patwardhan,Nathan [1016]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  255. Perl Modules [193]
    Foster-Johnson,Eric [185]
    1998
    Notes:
    Object-oriented Perl; graphics; web; networking and email; debugging modules; documenting modules; installing modules; distributing modules.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  256. PERL. The Programmer's Companion [213]
    Chapman,Nigel [98]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  257. Perl: The Complete Reference [184]
    Brown,Martin C. [70]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  258. Philosopher's Handbook (The) [369]
    Rosen,Stanley (Editor) [454]
    2000
    Notes:
    Selections from major philosophers including Plato,Aristotle,Thomas Hobbes,Jean-Jacques Rousseau,Blaise Pascal,Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel,Soren Kierkegaard,Friedrich Nietzsche,Rene Descartes,Immanuel Kant,Henri Poincare. Covers social and political; religion; art and culture; metaphysics; epistemology; science.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
  259. PhotoDisc Starter Kit [259]
    PhotoDisc Inc. [409]
    1998
    Subject/s:
         Web Design - Images
  260. Photoshop CS5 For Dummies [90]
    Bauer,Peter [34]
    2010
    Subject/s:
         Digital Photography
  261. Physical and Mathematical Tables [585]
    Clark,John B. [107]
    1968
    Notes:
    Booklet covers many physical and mathematical topics. Logarithms; trigonometry tables; circular / radian measure; squares,cubes,reciprocals; exponential and hyperbolic functions. Many physical data tables and constants.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  262. Physical Geography : Science and systems of the Human Environment [245]
    Strahler,Alan; Strahler,Arthur [511]
    1996
    Subject/s:
         Geography
  263. Physics For Dummies [432]
    Holzner (PhD),Steven [268]
    2006
    Notes:
    Physics fundamentals; scientific notation; acceleration,time,and displacement; vectors; Newton's three laws of motion; inclined planes and friction; circular motion and orbits; kinetic energy; gravity; mechanical energy; momentum and impulse; rotational dynamics; moments of inertia; thermodynamics; heat transfer in solids and gases; radiation; electricity and magnetism; circuits (voltage,resistance,amps); series and parallel circuits; electromagnetic frequency; mirrors and lenses; Heisenberg's uncertainty principle; matter and antimatter.
    Subject/s:
  264. Physics For Scientists & Engineers 3E [695]
    Serway,Raymond A. [473]
    1990
    Notes:
    Intended for a course in introductory physics for students majoring in science or engineering. Calculus is introduced gradually,since a course in calculus is usually taken concurrently. Several hundred worked examples of varying difficulty are presented. Some exercises and problems in the text may require a spreadsheet,but this is not necessary. As well,some problems can best be solved by programmable calculators or computer.
    Subject/s:
         Engineering
  265. Playful Brain (The) [314]
    Restak (M.D.),Richard [440]
    2010
    Notes:
    Puzzles of all kinds have become more than a pasttime. Working on and solving different kinds of puzzles can actually help your brain improve itself and prevent mental deterioration. Examples of many puzzles by Scott Kim included. Memory,perception,and cognition are three key areas of brain development affected by solving puzzles.
    Subject/s:
  266. Pleasure of Finding Things Out (The) [602]
    Feynman,Richard P. [178]
    1999
    Notes:
    A magnificent treasury of the best short works of Richard P. Feynman — from interviews and speeches to lectures and printed articles.\nFrom his ruminations on science in our culture to his Nobel Prize acceptance speech,this book will fascinate anyone interested in the world of ideas.
    Subject/s:
         Science
  267. Portable Jung (The) [287]
    Campbell,Joseph (Editor) [88]
    1971
    Subject/s:
         Psychoanalysis
  268. Power of Limits (The) [385]
    Doczi,Gyorgy [154]
    1981
    Notes:
    Patterns of order and beauty in nature. Certain proportions occur over and over,ie: the head of a cabbage,form of a shell,butterfly wings,pine cones.
    Subject/s:
         Proportion
  269. Practical SQL Handbook 4E (The) [110]
    Bowman,Judith S.; Emerson,Sandra L.; Darnovsky,Marcy [61]
    2001
    Subject/s:
         SQL
         Programming
  270. Practical Unix & Internet Security 2E [227]
    Garfinkel,Simson;Spafford,Gene [199]
    1996
    Subject/s:
         Web Security
         Programming
  271. Practice of Programming (The) [405]
    Kernighan,Brian W.; Pike,Rob [296]
    1999
    Notes:
    Covers several computer languages (Java,C,Awk,Perl). Style; algorithms and data structures; interfaces; debugging; testing; performance; portability; notation. Appendix of Collected Rules.
    Subject/s:
         Computer Programming
         Programming
  272. Precalculus Demystified 2E [1]
    Huettenmueller,Rhonda [1017]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
  273. Problems of Philosophy (The) [293]
    Russell,Bertrand [458]
    1970
    Notes:
    Examines various subjects of philosphical inquiry such as appearance and reality; existence of matter; nature of matter; knowledge by acquaintance and knowledge by description; induction; knowledge of general principles; how a priori knowledge is possible; universals; intuitive knowledge; truth and falsehood; knowledge,error,and probable opinion; limits of philosophical knowledge; value of philosophy.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
  274. Professor Stewart's Casebook of Mathematical Mysteries [458]
    Stewart,Ian [507]
    2014
    Notes:
    Like its wildly popular predecessors "Cabinet of Mathematical Curiosities" and "Hoard of Mathematical Treasures",Professor Stewart's brand-new book is a miscellany of over 150 mathematical curios and conundrums,packed with trademark humour and numerous illustrations. In addition to the fascinating formulae and thrilling theorems familiar to Professor Stewart's fans,the Casebook follows the adventures of the not-so-great detective Hemlock Soames and his sidekick Dr John Watsup (immortalised in the phrase 'Watsup,Doc?'). By a remarkable coincidence they live at 222B Baker Street,just across the road from their more illustrious neighbour who,for reasons known only to Dr Watsup,is never mentioned by name. A typical item is 'The Case of the Face-Down Aces',a mathematical magic trick of quite devilish cunning...Ranging from one-liners to four-page investigations from the frontiers of mathematical research,the Casebook reveals Professor Stewart at his challenging and entertaining best.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  275. Professor Stewart's Incredible Numbers [460]
    Stewart,Ian [507]
    2015
    Notes:
    The book is organised in terms of the numbers themselves,although not always in numerical order. As well as chapters 1,2,3,and so on,there is also a chapter 0, a chapter 42, a chapter i, a chapter 22/7 ,a chapter -1, a chapter 43,252,003,274,489,856,000, and a chapter √2. Clearly a lot of potential chapters never made it off the number line. Each chapter starts with a short summary of the main topics to be included. Don't worry if the summary occasionally seems cryptic, or if it makes flat statements unsupported by any evidence: all will be revealed as you read on.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  276. Programming in Python 3 2E [297]
    Summerfield,Mark [513]
    2013
    Notes:
    Introduction to procedural programming; data types; control structures and functions; modules; object-oriented programming; file handling; debugging,testing,and profiling; processes and threads; networking; database programming; regular expressions; introduction to parsing; introduction to GUI programming.
    Subject/s:
         Python
         Programming
  277. Programming Perl 4E [1]
    Tom Christiansen;foy,brian d;Wall,Larry;Orwant,Jon [1009]
    2012
    Notes:
    The 'Bible' of Perl programming written by the Larry Wall (the creator of the language) and 3 of the most prolific and well-known authors about Perl.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  278. Programming Python [356]
    Lutz,Mark [330]
    1996
    Notes:
    Based on Python 1.3 the book covers most if not all aspects of Python programming. Topics include shell tools; data structures; installation; command-line; user interfaces; GUI; menus; classes; stacks; extensions; embedding Python; text parsing. Includes a mini-reference of statements,object types,methods,syntax,grammar rules,reserved words,name/scope rules,escape codes,string formatting codes,built-in exceptions,modules and functions.
    Subject/s:
         Python
         Programming
  279. Programming the Perl DBI [190]
    Descartes,Alligator; Bunce,Tim [147]
    2000
    Notes:
    DBI in the real world; non-DBI databases; SQL and relational databases; programming with the DBI; interacting with the database; advanced DBI; ODBC and DBI; DBI shell and database prototyping; DBI specification; driver and database characteristics.
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  280. Programming Web Graphics with Perl & GNU Software [212]
    Wallace,Shawn P. [562]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  281. QED [613]
    Feynman,Richard P. [178]
    1985
    Notes:
    This book is a venture that has never been tried. It is a straighforward,honest explanation of a rather difficult subject - the theory of quantum electrodynamics - for a nontechnical audience. Based on Feynman's many lectures on QED.
    Subject/s:
         Quantum Electrodynamics
  282. Quantum [179]
    Al-Khalili,Jim [7]
    2003
    Notes:
    Schrödinger's cat, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, quantum genes, quantum computers are all covered. Essays by Michael Berry, Paul Davies, and Anton Zeilinger.
    Subject/s:
         Physics
  283. Quark and the Jaguar (The) [188]
    Gell-Mann,Murray [202]
    1994
    Notes:
    The simple and the complex; the quantum universe; selection and fitness; diversity and sustainability.
    Subject/s:
         Quantum Theory
  284. Reading In The Brain. The New Science Of How We Read [23]
    Dehaene,Stanislas [140]
    2009
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  285. Relativity. The Special and the General Theory [693]
    Einstein,Albert [169]
    1961
    Notes:
    A collection of writings by Albert Einstein from previous publications,articles,speeches,letters and statements. Part 1 covers The Special Theory of Relativity. Part 2 covers The General Theory of Relativity. Part 3 covers Considerations on the Universe as a Whole. Appendices include derivation of Lorentz transformation; Minkowski's four-dimensional space; relativity and the problem of space.
    Subject/s:
         History
  286. Roget's II. The New Thesaurus [137]
    American Heritage Dictionary (The) [11]
    1988
    Subject/s:
         Thesaurus - English Language
  287. Ruby Cookbook 2E [373]
    Carlson,Lucas ; Richardson,Leonard [90]
    2015
    Notes:
    Covers Ruby 2.1. A Perl-like object-oriented programming language developed in 1995 by Yukihiro Matsumoto (Matz). Not a 'how-to' but rather a collection of solutions to common Ruby problems. Data structures; code blocks; OOP features; XML and HTML; databases; graphics; web development with Rails and Sinatra; distributed programming; testing,debugging,packaging,and distributing; multitasking.
    Subject/s:
         Ruby
         Programming
  288. Sams Teach Yourself jQuery and JavaScript in 24 Hours [401]
    Dayley,Brad [138]
    2014
    Notes:
    Basic introduction to JavaScript,jQuery,web dynamics,CSS,JS objects. Navigating jQuery objects and DOM; interaction with web forms; jQuery animation; jQuery UI; mobile site devlopment.
    Subject/s:
         JavaScript
         Programming
  289. Scientific Thinking [412]
    Martin,Robert M. [339]
    2002
    Notes:
    From a position of undirected observation to one of understanding,causation and classification. Scientific cases are presented and readers are asked for argument/s for or against the conclusion. Topics include induction,proportion,correlation; sampling; hypotheses and explanations; empiricism; causal realtions; scientific objectivity.
    Subject/s:
         Logic
  290. Seamanship [271]
    Loomis,Harvey B. (Editor) [327]
    1975
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  291. sed & awk 2E [32]
    Dougherty,Dale; Robbins,Arnold [158]
    1997
    Notes:
    Basic Operations; regular expressions; sed scripts; basic sed commands; advanced sed commands; scripts for awk; conditionals,loops,and arrays; arithmetic & string functions; getline,close,and open functions; Debugging; some full-featured applications; various scripts.
    Subject/s:
         sed
         awk
         Programming
  292. Single Variable Calculus. Early Transcentals 4E [685]
    Stewart,James [508]
    1999
    Notes:
    Calculus is an exciting subject,justly considered to be one of the greatest achievements of the human intellect. The emphasis of the book is on understanding concepts. A graphing calculator or computer with graphing software may be required. Contents: Functions and Models; Limits and Derivatives; Differentiation Rules; Applications of Differentiation; Integrals; Applications of Integrals; Techniques of Integration; Differential Equations; Parametric Equations and Polar Coordinates; Infinite Sequences and Series. Chapters contain exercises with answers.
    Subject/s:
         Calculus
  293. Six Easy Pieces [365]
    Feynman,Richard P. [178]
    2011
    Notes:
    Originally published in 1963,a collection of 'lessons' in physics by this Nobel prize winner (1965) for his work on quantum field theory.
    Subject/s:
         Physics
  294. Smarter Than You Think [328]
    Thompson,Clive [533]
    2013
    Notes:
    How technology is changing the way we think. Each technical innovation has been followed by anxiety,but eventually adaptation of the new while retaining what is good of the old. Working collaboratively a group of gamers solved an HIV problem stumping scientists; Chinese students that shut down a toxic copper plant.
    Subject/s:
         Technology - Psychological Aspects
  295. Smashing HTML5 [48]
    Sanders,Bill [462]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  296. Soap Bubbles. Their Colors and the Forces Which Mold Them [244]
    Boys,C.V. [63]
    1962
    Subject/s:
         Physics
  297. Software Engineering With Ada [185]
    Booch,Grady [56]
    1983
    Notes:
    Ada's history; object-oriented design; data abstraction and Ada's types; database inquiry; algorithms and control;expressions and statements; packages; concurrent real-time processing; exception handling; process control; input/output; software life cycle with Ada.
    Subject/s:
         Ada
         Programming
  298. SQL Queries for Mere Mortals [54]
    Hernandez,Michael J.;Viescas,John L. [256]
    2000
    Subject/s:
         SQL
         Programming
  299. Statistics with Microsoft Excel 2E [250]
    Dretzke,Beverley J. [164]
    2001
    Subject/s:
         Statistics
  300. Stedman's Concise Medical Dictionary For The Health Professions 3E [114]
    Dirckx,John H. (M.D) editor [152]
    1997
    Notes:
    Contains CD.
    Subject/s:
         Dictionaries
  301. Stiff [19]
    Roach,Mary [447]
    2003
    Notes:
    Various uses that are made of deceased bodies.
    Subject/s:
         Medicine
  302. Strange Wilderness (A) [330]
    Aczel,Amir D. [1]
    2011
    Notes:
    Some high points and people in the history of mathematics. From Plato and Archimedes; Rene Descartes; Georg Cantor; Emmy Noether; Alexander Grothendieck; Carl Gauss; Leonhard Euler; Euclid; Jacob Bernoulli; Isaac Newton; Nicolas Bourbaki; Joseph Fourier; Joseph Lagrange; Henri Poincare; Albert Einstein; Srinivasa Ramanujan; Hypatia; Eratosthenes; and more.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  303. Strangest Man (The) [608]
    Farmelo,Graham [175]
    2009
    Notes:
    Paul Dirac was one of the pre-eminent pioneers of quantum mechanics, the modern theory of atoms, molecules and their constituents. Arguably the most revolutionary scientific breakthrough of the twentieth century, quantum mechanics uprooted centuries-old prejudices about the nature of reality and what can, in principle, be known for certain about the universe.
    Subject/s:
         Quantum Mathematics
  304. Stretching Anatomy [1]
    Nelson,Arnold G.;Kokkonen,Jouko [1008]
    2007
    Subject/s:
         Muscles - Anatomy
  305. Struck By Lightning [135]
    Rosenthal,Jeffrey S. [455]
    2005
    Notes:
    Gambling,lotteries,life insurance,etc.
    Subject/s:
         Probability
  306. Stuff of Thought. (The) [163]
    Pinker,Steven [413]
    2007
    Notes:
    Insight into how we think by analyzing the language we use.
    Subject/s:
         Cognitive Psychology
  307. Subliminal [411]
    Mlodinow,Leonard [360]
    2012
    Notes:
    Sub-titled 'How your unconscious mind rules your behaviour'. Discussions on the two-tiered brain,the social unconscious,remembering and forgetting,why we categorize and stereotype people,the nature of emotion,nature of self.
    Subject/s:
         Subconsciousness
  308. Surfaces and essences [172]
    Hofstadter,Douglas; Sander,Emmanuel [262]
    2013
    Notes:
    Analogy is the core of all thinking. Examines the act of thinking by exploring language,thought and memory.
    Subject/s:
         Cognitive Psychology
  309. SVG Animations [548]
    Drasner,Sarah [162]
    2017
    Notes:
    Creating art with mathematics. Animating SVG images using libraries and JavaScript for a user interface (UI) that is responsive and complex but cross-browser and backwards compatible.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
  310. SVG Essentials 2E [378]
    Eisenberg,J. David; Bellamy-Royds,Amelia [170]
    2015
    Notes:
    Introduction and history of SVG (basic shapes; document structure; coordinate system; paths; patterns & gradients; text; clipping & masking; filters; animation; interactivity; the SVG DOM; generating SVG from data; XML). Includes web linking in SVG document and scripting with ECMA/JavaScript.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
  311. SVG Text Layout [1001]
    Bellamy-Royds,Amelia;Cagle,Kurt [1020]
    2016
    Notes:
    Fills in details usually left out of other SVG books on text manipulation in SVG. Positioning labels within a graphic; fill and stroke properties; complex layouts; control position and orientation of individual characters; vertical and horzontal alignment; curved and complex layouts using <textPath>; fonts and how to use web fonts in SVG; <textLength> and 'font-size-adjust' to standardize text layout; <foreignObject> element to include CSS-formatted text in an SVG block.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
         Web Design
  312. Tables and References for Students of Senior Mathematics [587]
    Del Grande,J.J; Egsgard,J.C. [143]
    1974
    Notes:
    Booklet contains many tables and formulae used in mathematics. Algebra,analytic geometry,mortality tables,annuities,trigonometry,derivatives,integrals,curves and surfaces.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  313. Tales From Both Sides Of The Brain [362]
    Gazzaniga,Michael S. [201]
    2015
    Notes:
    Discoverer of 'split-brain theory',the left and right sides of the brain can act independently from each other and have different strengths.
    Subject/s:
         Cognitive Neuroscience
  314. Talk Talk Talk [646]
    Ingram,Jay [276]
    1992
    Notes:
    An entertaining and fascinating look at how humans learn to talk. From Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon protolanguage to speaking in tongues, the author covers a wide range of milestones and research. Physical and psychological differences and necessities are examined. But the debates are not conclusive, and still ongoing.
    Subject/s:
         Communication - Verbal
  315. Teach Yourself Snooker [281]
    Spencer,John [494]
    1986
    Subject/s:
         Snooker
  316. The Book of Numbers [1]
    Bentley,Peter J. [1006]
    2008
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  317. The Forensics Handbook [1]
    Moore,Pete [1004]
    2004
    Subject/s:
         Forensic Science
  318. The New York Times Guide To Essential Knowledge [355]
    The New York Times [528]
    2011
    Notes:
    Encyclopedic collection of various fields. Fine arts; performing arts; science and technology; social sciences; philosophy,religion,and mythology; economics and business; media; food. Also includes Writer's Guide; Weights & Measures; Nations of the world; Biographical dictionary; Puzzles.
    Subject/s:
         Reference
  319. The Origin of Species [1]
    Darwin,Charles [1003]
    1985
    Subject/s:
         Evolution
  320. The Prentice-Hall Encyclpedia of Mathematics [1]
    West,Beverly Henderson [1012]
    1982
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  321. There Are Two Errors in The The Title Of This Book [408]
    Martin,Robert M. [339]
    1992
    Notes:
    Several philosophical problems and puzzles are discussed including: existence of God; taking chances; making choices; belief,logic,and intention; good and bad reasoning; thinking,saying,and meaning; morality; law,action,and responsibility.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
  322. Things That Make Us Smart [189]
    Norman,Donald A. [386]
    1993
    Notes:
    Explores the complex interaction between human thought and the technology it creates,arguing for the development of machines that fit our minds,rather than minds that must conform to the machine.
    Subject/s:
         Technology - Psychological Aspects
  323. Think [429]
    Blackburn,Simon [48]
    1999
    Notes:
    This book grew from years of wrestling with the problems of trying to interest people in ideas. I have done this as a teacher,but also as someone who has tried to explain the value of the humani​ties in general,and philosophy in particular,to a wider audience.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
  324. Thinking [270]
    Brockman,John [65]
    2013
    Notes:
    Collection of essays covering rational thought,decision-making,intuition,morality,willpower,problem-solving,prediction,forecasting,unconscious behaviour and more. Authors include Daniel Kahneman,Daniel Gilbert,Nassim Nicholas Taleb,Vilayanur Ramachandran,Simon Baron-Cohen,Daniel C. Dennett,Sarah-Jayne Blakemore,Jonathan Haidt,Sam Harris,Roy Baumeister,and Gerd Gigerenzer.
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  325. Thinking In Numbers [179]
    Tammet,Daniel [520]
    2013
    Notes:
    Explores universal questions of what it is to be human and how we make meaning of our lives.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  326. Thinking,Fast And Slow [15]
    Kahneman,Daniel [290]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Decision Making
  327. This will make you smarter [313]
    Brockman,John [65]
    2012
    Notes:
    Collection of essays by several authors in fields such as psychology,philosophy,economics,physics,and sociology. Current research.
    Subject/s:
         Science
  328. Tipping Point (The) [12]
    Gladwell,Malcolm [208]
    2002
    Subject/s:
         Social Psychology
  329. Totally Awesome Paracord Crafts [678]
    Weeber,Katie [566]
    2015
    Notes:
    Simple introduction to various projects using paracord. Bracelets,necklaces,dreamcatcher,keychains.
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  330. Trigonometric Delights [417]
    Maor,Eli [338]
    1998
    Notes:
    Combining history, biography, and mathematics, the author attempts to dispel the view that trigonometry is 'a glorified form of geometry complicated by tedious computation'. Contents include Plimpton 322; epicycloids and hypocycloids; mapmaking; imaginary trigonometry; Fourier's Theorem; Barrow's integration of sec ϴ; special values of sin a.
    Subject/s:
         Trigonometry
         Mathematics
  331. Trigonometry Demystified [612]
    Gibilisco,Stan [206]
    2003
    Notes:
    Simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for professional enrichment. Not a book on theoretical trigonometry (no Proofs),but emphasizing practical aspects and scientific applications. Two sections deal with what trigonometry is,and how it is used. Covers Graphs and Inverses; Hyperbolic Functions; Polar Coordinates; Three-space and Vectors; Scientific Notation; Surveying,Navigation,and Astronomy; Waves and Phase; Reflection and Refraction; Global Trigonometry. Questions and answers included.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
         Trigonometry
         Geometry
  332. Trigonometry For Dummies [589]
    Sterling,Mary Jane [506]
    2005
    Notes:
    An all-round reference explaining the basics with understandable language and illustrations.
    Subject/s:
         Trigonometry
         Mathematics
  333. Trouble With Physics (The) [312]
    Smolin,Lee [488]
    2006
    Notes:
    New theories about extra dimensions,exotic particles,multiple universes and strings are replacing fundamental theories about physics. Yet they have not been tested experimentally but dominate the fields of research,thus threatening to impede the progress of science.
    Subject/s:
         String Theory
  334. Ubuntu 13.04 Desktop Applications and Administration [295]
    Petersen,Richard [405]
    2013
    Notes:
    A.K.A. 'Raring Ringtail',Ubuntu 13.04 is the latest desktop version. Covers 4 major areas: introduction; applications,desktops,administration. Installation; logins and desktops; network connections; file system; installing and updating software; office applications and editors; GNOME; database systems (SQL,LibreOffice,PostgreSQL,MySQL); graphics and multimedia; mail and news; Internet applications; social networking; desktops; Dash; Kubuntu; shells; system tools; LVM; system administration; users and groups; file system access; Bluetooth; backup; network connections; firewalls; printing.
    Subject/s:
         Ubuntu
  335. Ubuntu Unleashed 2014 [296]
    Helmke,Matthew [254]
    2013
    Notes:
    Ubuntu 13.10 and 14.04. Installation; Unity; system administration; Ubuntu as a server; programming Linux (Perl,Python,PHP,C/C++). Includes DVD with 13.10.
    Subject/s:
         Ubuntu
  336. Universe Within (The) [43]
    Turok,Neil [548]
    2012
    Subject/s:
         Cosmology
  337. Unix in a Nutshell,Third Edition [226]
    Robbins,Arnold [448]
    1999
    Notes:
    Quick reference for System V Release 4 and Solaris 7. Alphabetical list of Unix commands; the Unix shell; the Bourne and Korn shell; the C shell; pattern matching; Emacs editor; vi editor; ex editor; sed editor; awk programming language; nroff and troff; ms macros; me macros; man macros; troff preprocessors; SCCS Source Code Control System; RCS Revision Control System; the make utility. Appendices: ASCII character set.
    Subject/s:
         Unix
         Programming
  338. Unix Power Tools 3E [39]
    Powers,Shelley; Peek,Jerry; O'Reilly,Tim; Loukides,Mike [423]
    2003
    Subject/s:
         Unix
         Programming
  339. UNIX: The Complete Reference [181]
    Rosen,Kenneth; Host,Douglas; Farber,James; Rosinski,Richard [453]
    1999
    Notes:
    Basics; networking; filters and utilities; shell programming; administration; user environments; development.
    Subject/s:
         Unix
         Programming
  340. User's Guide To The Brain (A) [176]
    Ratey (M.D.),John J. [432]
    2001
    Notes:
    Surveys what scientists know about the brain and how we use it. The brain is a malleable organ capable of improvement and change,like any muscle. Ratey examines the way specific motor functions might be applied to overcome neural disorders ranging from everyday shyness to autism.
    Subject/s:
         Neuropsychology
  341. Using SQLite [315]
    Kreibich,Jay A. [309]
    2010
    Notes:
    Overview including what SQLite is; uses for it; building and installing it; SQL language; database design; additional features and APIs; SQL functions and extensions; virtual tables and modules. Appendices include build options; sqlite3 command reference; SQLite SQL command reference; expression reference; function reference; PRAGMA referenece; C API reference.
    Subject/s:
         SQLite
         Database Design
         Programming
  342. Using SVG with CSS3 & HTML5 [421]
    Bellamy-Royds,Amelia; Cagle,Kurt; Storey,Dudley [37]
    2017
    Notes:
    Vector graphics for web design. Very comprehensive book on using SVG for web work. Data analysis,interaction,animation and dynamic styles. Chapters include basic SVG; authoring tools; markup for drawing; text; graphics; transformations; strokes and fills; arrows and line markers; clipping and masks; filters and blends; interaction; keyframe animation; scripting; best practices.
    Subject/s:
         Scalable Vector Graphics
         Web Design
  343. Utopia or Oblivion: The Prospects for Humanity [577]
    Fuller,R. Buckminster [194]
    1969
    Notes:
    A provocative and challenging blueprint for the future. Premise: mankind has,perhaps for the first time,the prospect of a world of maximum abundance - imminent Utopia. However,we have acquired the means of total destruction of the human race,too.
    Subject/s:
         Philosophy
  344. Virtual Private Networks for Dummies [236]
    Merkow,Mark [352]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Computer Networking
  345. Visions of Infinity. The Great Mathematical Problems [161]
    Stewart,Ian [507]
    2013
    Notes:
    Primes,Pi,circle-squaring,4-color problem,Kepler conjecture,Mordell conjecture,Fermat's last theorem,3-body problem,Riemann hypothesis,Poincare conjecture,P/NP problem,Navier-Stokes equation,Mass Gap hypothesis,Birch-Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture,Hodge conjecture.
    Subject/s:
         Mathematics
  346. Web ReDesign: Workflow that Works [208]
    Goto,Kelly; Cotler,Emily [216]
    2002
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  347. Web Security & Commerce [230]
    Garfinkel,Simson; Spafford,Gene [199]
    1997
    Subject/s:
         System Administration
         Programming
  348. Webmaster in a Nutshell 2E [229]
    Spainhour,Stephen; Eckstein,Robert [493]
    1999
    Subject/s:
         Web Design
  349. What Einstein Told His Cook [1006]
    [1023]
    2002
    Notes:
    A compendium of questions and (sometimes humorous) answers on food chemistry written by a professor of chemistry.
    Subject/s:
         Science
         Cookery
  350. What Jazz Is [575]
    King,Jonny [302]
    1997
    Notes:
    With discussions and interviews with several musicians, the author presents a well-rounded definition of 'jazz'. Covers the 'language' of jazz, harmony, melody, technical terms, rhythm, tempo, and timing.
    Subject/s:
         Art
         Music
  351. What Knot? [277]
    Budworth,Geoffrey; Hopkins,Richard [76]
    2011
    Subject/s:
         Knots
  352. What The Dog Saw [14]
    Gladwell,Malcolm [208]
    2009
    Subject/s:
         Psychology
  353. When Elephants Weep. The Emotional Lives Of Animals. [134]
    Masson,Jeffrey Moussaieff; McCarthy,Susan [340]
    1995
    Subject/s:
         Animals - Emotions
  354. When Things Start To Think [156]
    Gershenfeld,Neil [204]
    1999
    Notes:
    How digital technology is/will change our behaviour.
    Subject/s:
         Artificial Intelligence
  355. Where Wizards Stay Up late [1002]
    Hafner,Katie; Lyon,Matthew [1021]
    1996
    Notes:
    The definitive work on the birth and early years of the Internet.
    Subject/s:
         Computer Networking
         Internet
  356. World of Mathematics (The) [604]
    Newman,James R. [Editor] [382]
    1956
    Notes:
    This 4-volume set covers the literature of mathematics, from Amese the Scribe to Albert Einstein. Vol. 1 covers historical and biographical data; arithmetic and counting; mathematics of space and motion. Vol. 2 covers mathematics of the physical world; mathematics and social science; chance. Vol. 3 covers statistics; abstraction and group theory; mathematical truth; mathematical thinking; logic; mathematics as an art. Vol. 4 covers the mathematician; mathematical machines; warfare; mathematical theory of art; mathematics in literature; mathematics and music; puzzles.
    Subject/s:
         History
         Mathematics
  357. Writing CGI Applications with Perl [214]
    Meltzer,Kevin; Michalski,Brent [351]
    2001
    Subject/s:
         Perl
         Programming
  358. Writing. A College Handbook 4E [255]
    Heffernan,James A.W.; Lincoln,John E. [252]
    1994
    Subject/s:
         Writing
         Communication - Writing