Author: Antonio Di Palma
Ciao, sono Antonio Di Palma e voglio presentarti questa guida realizzata al fine di comprendere nozioni di base sull'hardware e sul software di PC e Notebook.Hai sempre desiderato sapere com'� fatto un Personal Computer o un notebook, ma ahim�, non sei riuscito a trovare una guida che spieghi in termini semplici ed intuitivi l'argomento in questione o che magari soddisfi le tue esigenze. Vuoi acquistare un nuovo Personal Computer, un nuovo dispositivo portatile, che sia un notebook o un netbook, ma non hai la minima idea di quale scegliere.Ebbene sono qui per aiutarti e consigliarti!In questa guida analizzeremo passo dopo passo la struttura di cui un PC e un dispositivo portatile sono composti, al fine di comprendere le componenti e le relative funzioni associate ad essi.Faranno parte di questa guida linguaggi e acronimi inerenti al mondo della tecnologia, nonch� curiosit� in merito all'argomento.Non aspettarti tecnicismi o paroloni difficili, leggere questo manuale sar� semplice come bere un bicchier d'acqua...Ci� che mi preme � esporti in modo semplice e chiaro gli argomenti, magari con un pizzico di humor per rendere il tutto meno stancante. Niente di pi� e niente di meno.Bene, adesso che sai cosa ti attende, sei pronto a voltar pagina e dare inizio alla tua avventura.
Il Seme Gigante
Author: Claudia Arena, Valeria Lucchi, Elisabetta Sandri
Publisher: Simonelli Editore
Riding the Bullet
Author: Stephen King
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
From international bestseller Stephen King the first ebook ever published—a novella about a young man who hitches a ride with a driver from the other side. Riding the Bullet is “a ghost story in the grand manner” from the bestselling author of Bag of Bones, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, and The Green Mile—a short story about a young man who hitches a ride with a driver from the other side.
Politica, cultura, economia.
One for the Books
Author: Joe Queenan
Publisher: Penguin Books
A leading humorist and author of the best-selling Closing Time presents an offbeat analysis of his own eccentric reading style to explain why he avoids acclaimed books, reads several things simultaneously and refuses to lend out his books. 25,000 first printing.
Published in France in 1987, this is the book in which Lecoq first set out his philosophy of human movement, and the way it takes expressive form in a wide range of different performance traditions. He traces the history of pantomime, sets out his definition of the components of the art of mime, and discusses the explosion of physical theatre in the second half of the twentieth century. Interviews with major theatre practitioners Ariane Mnouchkine and Jean-Louis Barrault by Jean Perret, together with chapters by Perret on Étienne Decroux and Marcel Marceau, fill out the historical material written by Lecoq, and a final section by Alain Gautré celebrates the many physical theatre practitioners working in the 1980s.
Author: Nicholas Negroponte
In lively, mordantly witty prose, Negroponte decodes the mysteries--and debunks the hype--surrounding bandwidth, multimedia, virtual reality, and the Internet, and explains why such touted innovations as the fax and the CD-ROM are likely to go the way of the BetaMax. "Succinct and readable. . . . If you suffer from digital anxiety . . . here is a book that lays it all out for you."--Newsday.
Author: Michael Joyce
An interactive fictional story.
Author: David H. Jonassen
Publisher: Educational Technology
Computer Science Illuminated
Author: Director Surgical Pathology and Associate Professor School of Medicine and Public Health University of Wisconsin-Madison Agnes G Loeffler, Professor Emeritus Department of Pathology University of Wisconsin-Madison Michael N Hart, University of Texas Austin Nell Dale, John Lewis
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
From the acclaimed Vanity Fair and GQ journalist–an unprecedented, in-depth portrait of the man whose return to Apple precipitated one of the biggest turnarounds in business history. With a new epilogue on Apple’s future survival in today’s roller-coaster economy, here is the revealing biography that blew away the critics and stirred controversy within industry and media circles around the country. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Author: Theodor H. Nelson
La Bella Figura
Author: Beppe Severgnini
Publisher: Broadway Books
Join the bestselling author of Ciao, America! on a lively tour of modern Italy that takes you behind the seductive face it puts on for visitors—la bella figura—and highlights its maddening, paradoxical true self You won’t need luggage for this hypothetical and hilarious trip into the hearts and minds of Beppe Severgnini’s fellow Italians. In fact, Beppe would prefer if you left behind the baggage his crafty and elegant countrymen have smuggled into your subconscious. To get to his Italia, you’ll need to forget about your idealized notions of Italy. Although La Bella Figura will take you to legendary cities and scenic regions, your real destinations are the places where Italians are at their best, worst, and most authentic: The highway: in America, a red light has only one possible interpretation—Stop! An Italian red light doesn’t warn or order you as much as provide an invitation for reflection. The airport: where Italians prove that one of their virtues (an appreciation for beauty) is really a vice. Who cares if the beautiful girls hawking cell phones in airport kiosks stick you with an outdated model? That’s the price of gazing upon perfection. The small town: which demonstrates the Italian genius for pleasant living: “a congenial barber . . . a well-stocked newsstand . . . professionally made coffee and a proper pizza; bell towers we can recognize in the distance, and people with a kind word and a smile for everyone.” The chaos of the roads, the anarchy of the office, the theatrical spirit of the hypermarkets, and garrulous train journeys; the sensory reassurance of a church and the importance of the beach; the solitude of the soccer stadium and the crowded Italian bedroom; the vertical fixations of the apartment building and the horizontal democracy of the eat-in kitchen. As you venture to these and many other locations rooted in the Italian psyche, you realize that Beppe has become your Dante and shown you a country that “has too much style to be hell” but is “too disorderly to be heaven.” Ten days, thirty places. From north to south. From food to politics. From saintliness to sexuality. This ironic, methodical, and sentimental examination will help you understand why Italy—as Beppe says—“can have you fuming and then purring in the space of a hundred meters or ten minutes.”
Author: Donatella Di Pietrantonio