Focus on the Good Stuff. “Mike Robbins brilliantly teaches us how to bring more appreciation and gratitude into our lives, our relationships, and our world. His new voice and fresh perspective are powerful. I highly recommend this book.”
More Stuff We Make Up About Our Prospects. by Wendy Weiss ... Learning to hear what your prospect is actually saying versus what you make up they are ...If a Propect sáy to you that they are not the decision-maker...
Responsible for program to program communication
• Provides services directly to applications, such as electronic mail, file transfer and terminal
• Responsible for identifying and establishing the availability of the intended partner and
• Responsible for determining if sufficient communication resources exist to reach the remote
They dreamed of a better browser . . . and before you could say "explore no more," Firefox was born. But already you want more. Tighter security, greater functionality. A custom installation for Linux. Maybe even that unique extension you've always dreamed of creating. Well, if you want to tweak the Fox, here are over 400 pages of ways to do it. From hacking profile settings to cracking links and cleaning out the cookie jar, this is the stuff that puts you in control.
What kind of secrets are included in 501 Web Site Secrets? Well, there’s parts of
a site you didn’t know existed. Or ways to use the site that you weren’t aware
of. Or special commands that help you get even more out of the site than you
could before. Cool stuff like that—and more.
That’s the nature of a secret—something that most users don’t know about, but
would get a kick out of if they did. These are the kinds of things that will make
you say to yourself, “That’s cool—I didn’t know you could do that!” And then
you’ll want to go directly to the site...
We have covered basic cryptographic tools that will be useful for building things. But, before you can build, you need to know the structural weaknesses of your tools…
We will now talk about these weaknesses… and the subjects of cryptanalysis and protocol failures
Internet Challenges and EFF
Multiple DES and Meet in the Middle attack
Low Exponent Attacks
Protocol Failures… Be careful, here be dragons!
Birthday Attacks and Implications
What if you were married to a wonderful husband for twenty-eight years but in love with another man? What if you were in love with them both?Annabelle McKay knows she shouldn’t have any complaints. She’s…
In the ten-plus years that I’ve been writing about Web design, I’ve seen
many changes — from the early days (before Dreamweaver even existed)
when you could create only simple pages with HTML 1.0, to the elaborate
designs you can create with Dreamweaver today using XHTML, CSS, AJAX,
multimedia, and more.
If you’re not sure what those acronyms mean yet, don’t worry. I remember
what it was like to figure out all this stuff, too, so I designed this book to
introduce you to the basic concepts.
OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision Library: http://opencv.org) is an open-source BSD-licensed library that
includes several hundreds of computer vision algorithms. The document describes the so-called OpenCV 2.x API,
which is essentially a C++ API, as opposite to the C-based OpenCV 1.x API. The latter is described in opencv1x.pdf.
OpenCV has a modular structure, which means that the package includes several shared or static libraries.
Excel 2007 is the best new version of Excel.
This book is a short, quick look at Excel 2007 and is designed to introduce
you to its wonderful new features. It was originally conceived to have 25
cool things. In the end, there are 40 chapters. Excel 2007 has so many cool
visual features that I decided to publish the book in color.
The fi rst 20 or so chapters are features that are new in Excel 2007. The
major new stuff is up front, followed by some minor features. Chapters 20-
34 are a mix of features that have been improved, or perhaps old features
IS IT POSSIBLE TO DO GOOD WORK, SUCCEED, AND ENJOY THE PROCESS? I’VE found that owning or working for a small business can be challenging, rewarding, and fun all at once. It isn’t always—and when the stuff hits the fan, the fun is the first thing to go. But if we learn how to get organized and stay on top of things, it can be an exciting ride with big rewards along the way and at the end.
or the last while – even for the last couple of years – I have had this restless feeling of wanting to do more than disability and accessibility-related work stuff. I mean, disability and accessibility will likely always be part of what I do because it comes as part of the package of life with cerebral palsy. But I want to do something more than that. Something bigger.
I sent the columnist/tutor an e-mail, starting off softly: “Enjoyed your column, blah blah,
impressed you also know so much about math, blah blah. And by the way, you might want to
check your source on the split infinitives stuff. The Associated Press Stylebook, The Chicago
Manual of Style, Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style, Garner’s Modern American Usage
and others all say there’s no such rule.”
The columnist wrote me back. Her response: “I could not disagree more.”
SERVER-SIDE PROCESSING, which is when you let a server process your queries and
the like, is probably a concept you have heard of and it’s the very topic of this
chapter. Well, to some extent anyway. I discuss three specific ways of doing
server-side processing: stored procedures, triggers, and views. The good thing
about server-side processing is that you can use the power and resources of your
server for doing purely data-related processing and thus leave your client free to
do other stuff, and your network clearer of data that the client doesn’t want.
When my wife and I moved into our house, one of our first major projects was to update
the bathroom. The horribly gaudy floral wallpaper pattern, in combination with the gold
sink fixtures, obnoxious mirrors, and tacky lighting, made us feel like we’d stepped into
a previous decade every time we entered the master bathroom. Removing wallpaper is
a tough job, but it’s even more difficult when there are multiple layers of the stuff. This
was the case with our bathroom.
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR
Be aware that this is not a beginner book. It is an intermediate-level book that assumes you
are familiar with linear algebra (matrices, vectors, and quaternions), you have a strong C/C++
programming background, you have at least touched base with OpenGL or OpenGL ES, and you
basically know how computer graphics work in general.
If you have this necessary knowledge, and want to make lightning-fast progress in game and
graphics programming, then you have found the right publication.
"Do I really need a cover letter?" We're asked this question a few times every month. We get the
impression that people are hoping we'll say, "No! You don't need a cover letter. Your résumé's great, it
can stand on its own." After putting so much time and effort into their résumé, it's easy to understand why
people might think the cover letter is nothing more than a "dust jacket" for the real article. Just one more
piece of wasted paper that delays getting to the good stuff. What do most cover letters say, after all, but,
"You've got a...