The Complete Idiot’s Guide‚ to Personal Finance in Your 20s and 30s, Third Edition, clearly explains everything members of this age group need to know to get a handle on their pocketbook and their portfolio, from planning their personal finances to enhancing their current financial plan to getting better returns on their investments. This revised and updated third edition includes completely new materia
In the "old days" of the World Wide Web (three whole years ago), there were two ways to get information (also
called content) to the user. The primary way was through HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the language
used to write Web pages. HTML enables you to present text and certain types of graphics (as well as links to
connect one page to another page) either on the same computer or somewhere else in the world. As HTML has
evolved (the current standard being worked on is version 3.2), other features have been added, such as forms,
frames, tables, and so on. However, even with all...
There's a part of each of us that likes to head off the beaten path.. take the road less traveled. Sound like you? Maybe you're ready for an inexpensive alternative to Windows? The last thing you need when you're trying to be a trailblazer is to be bogged down with bulky books, piles of manuals, and expensive software. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Linux is the perfect balance of information and explanation. Here's how to do it. Here's why. (And you get Linux, too!)
This book is divided into six sections that teach you the practical, hands-on grammar and usage rules you need. You'll understand why certain rules exist and what function they serve in writing and speech. Most of all, you'll finish this book convinced that writing is fun as well as useful and important.
This book is a gentle introduction to Linux, and as such, it is not intended as a
comprehensive guide. On the contrary, great effort has gone into this book to
keep it from becoming yet another comprehensive reference guide. I’ve been
selective about covering the topics you are most likely to use early in your
Linux hacking career.
One of the interesting things about Linux, and UNIX in general, is that
learning new ways and tools is almost an endless task. There are many
tools—too many to cover even in several “comprehensive” volumes.
As an editor for Fitness magazine, my job is to be a conduit of information between
my readers and the experts (registered dietitians, medical doctors, and researchers). In
essence, I’m a translator. You see, most experts speak what I like to call medicalese—a
complex, exceedingly tedious language that few outside their professions can understand.
Medicalese words can be as long as some sentences, sentences are usually the
size of paragraphs, and whole studies—well, let’s just say it takes a lot of coffee to get
through some of them....
Take your wildest dream, the thing you want to happen more than anything else, the
thing that you absolutely can’t live without, and then make it come true.
Stand at its doorstep. That’s what it feels like to be standing in the stadium tunnel
waiting to play for the NFL Championship in the Super Bowl. It’s like a first kiss.
The game is bigger than life.
My first Super Bowl was in Pasadena, California, before more than 100,000 people. It
was surreal, like going on that first date, waiting for that first kiss. I was so excited. It
is the greatest thing to ever happen to a...
Reflexology is an ancient healing art that came to us from China, Egypt, and India and was rediscovered 100 years
ago. Like other ancient healing modalities, we have been able to rediscover reflexology's many benefits, and we are
able to use these benefits to assist us in alleviating the stresses of the modern world.
Reflexology has the ability to bring about a state of relaxation, and because of this it is able to assist the body's own
natural healing to take place. Reflexology is also able to complement other types of health care.