By Barry Greenstein
Ace at the River is designed to enhance the play of all people from newcomers to pro execs. the original play-by-play part will problem readers to imagine past basic beginning arms and make higher judgements on different streets.
Ace at the River addresses parts of the sport which are strange to many gamers. incorporated are chapters at the poker society, funds administration, kin issues or even intercourse. This complilation of philosophies and real-table eventualities presents a unprecedented likelihood to work out the poker global in the course of the eyes of somebody who lives it.
By Jacob Babbin, Jeremy Faircloth, Mark Burnett
This publication teaches IT execs how one can study, deal with, and automate their safeguard log documents to generate necessary, repeatable details that may be use to make their networks extra effective and safe utilizing essentially open resource instruments. The booklet starts by way of discussing the “Top 10” safeguard logs that each IT expert may be usually examining. those 10 logs disguise every little thing from the pinnacle workstations sending/receiving facts via a firewall to the pinnacle ambitions of IDS indicators. The publication then is going directly to talk about the relevancy of all of this knowledge. subsequent, the ebook describes tips on how to script open resource reporting instruments like Tcpdstats to instantly correlate log records from a number of the community units to the “Top 10” record. via doing so, the IT specialist is quickly made conscious of any severe vulnerabilities or critical degradation of community functionality. the entire scripts provided in the e-book should be to be had for obtain from the Syngress suggestions net site.
Almost each working procedure, firewall, router, change, intrusion detection process, mail server, net server, and database produces a few kind of “log file.” this is often precise of either open resource instruments and advertisement software program and from each IT producer. each one of those logs is reviewed and analyzed via a procedure administrator or defense expert accountable for that individual piece of or software program. accordingly, nearly all people serious about the IT works with log records in a few capability.
* presents turn-key, reasonably cheap, open resource ideas for procedure directors to investigate and overview the final functionality and safety in their network
* Dozens of operating scripts and instruments offered during the ebook can be found for obtain from Syngress recommendations site.
* Will retailer procedure directors numerous hours through scripting and automating the most typical to the main complicated log research initiatives
By Anne Hillerman
Step into the area of bestselling writer Tony Hillerman’s novels with Tony Hillerman’s panorama: at the highway with Chee and Leaphorn, a beautiful choice of unique documentary pictures of the recent Mexico and Arizona landscapes that have been fundamental to his detective novels. Narrated by means of his daughter, Anne Hillerman, with unique pictures from Don Strel, Tony Hillerman’s Landscape is a well timed exhibit of a hauntingly appealing area that captured one man’s mind's eye for a life-time, and is a daughter’s loving tribute to her father.
By Nancy Jenkins
The boat underneath the pyramid : King Cheops' royal send through Nancy Jenkins is easily produced and includes first-class photos by way of John Ross. The textual content offers easily the normal view that the aim of the boat underneath the pyramid was once concerning a royal funeral rite of a useless Pharaoh. The booklet does an injustice to the reader by way of now not together with the growing to be physique of analysis that has been performed which provides another view of the aim of those boats. (There is one other boat nonetheless buried at the Giza plateau.) the writer, via delivering simply the reason that Egyptologists supply, calls for the reader to search out books which offer a unique realizing of the aim of those boats.
The publication, Pyramids on Water, Floating Stones through István Sörös supplied vast examine concerning those boats. He contends those boats have been used as floating cranes to raise stones off of barges and position them to construct the good Pyramid. The e-book I authored titled misplaced applied sciences of the nice Pyramid additionally describes this substitute goal for those attention-grabbing boats.
If you must easily settle for the guidelines recommend through Egyptologists approximately those boats this ebook by means of Nancy Jenkins will fulfill you. with a view to find out about substitute rules approximately those boats you'll have to search out extra books to get a broader and fuller clarification as to why those boats exist.
By Marina Warner
From depraved queens, attractive princesses, elves, monsters, and goblins to giants, glass slippers, poisoned apples, magic keys, and mirrors, the characters and pictures of fairy stories have solid a spell over readers and audiences, either adults and kids, for hundreds of years. those significant tales have travelled throughout cultural borders and been handed on from new release to iteration, ever-changing, renewed with each one re-telling. Few sorts of literature have larger strength to enchant us and re-light our mind's eye than a fairy story.
But what's a fairy story? the place do they arrive from and what do they suggest? What do they fight and speak to us approximately morality, sexuality, and society? the diversity of fairy stories stretches throughout nice distances and time; their historical past is entangled with folklore and fantasy and their proposal attracts on principles approximately nature and the supernatural, mind's eye and delusion, psychoanalysis, and feminism.
Marina Warner has enjoyed fairy stories over an extended writing lifestyles and in Once Upon a Time, she explores a mess of stories in the course of the a while, their assorted manifestations at the web page, the level, and the reveal. From the outstanding upward thrust of Victorian and Edwardian literature to modern kid's tales, Warner unfolds a glittering array of examples, from classics reminiscent of Red using Hood, Cinderella, and The drowsing Beauty, the Grimm Brothers' Hansel and Gretel, and Hans Andersen's The Little Mermaid, to modern day realizations together with Walt Disney's Snow White and gothic interpretations similar to Pan's Labyrinth.
In 10 succinct chapters, Marina Warner digs right into a wealthy hoard of fairy stories of their excellent and fantastical adaptations with a purpose to outline a style and assessment a literary shape that retains transferring via time and historical past. Her ebook makes a persuasive case for fairy story as a vital repository of human realizing and culture.
By John Leslie
First released in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
By Robert N. Cahn
Our present realizing of hassle-free debris and their interactions emerged from break-through experiments. This ebook provides those experiments, starting with the discoveries of the neutron and positron, and following them via mesons, unusual debris, antiparticles, and quarks and gluons. This moment version comprises new chapters at the W and Z bosons, the pinnacle quark, B-meson blending and CP violation, and neutrino oscillations. This ebook presents an perception into particle physics for researchers, complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars. through the booklet, the elemental equations required to appreciate the experiments are derived in actual fact and easily. every one bankruptcy is observed through reprinted articles and a set of issues of a vast variety of trouble.
By Cordelia Fine
"Provocative adequate to make you begin wondering your each action."―Entertainment Weekly
The brain's strength is proven and touted each day in new reviews and examine. And but we have a tendency to take our brains without any consideration, with no suspecting that these lots of hard-working neurons will possibly not continuously be operating for us. Cordelia effective introduces us to a mind we'd no longer are looking to meet, a mind with a brain of its personal. She illustrates the brain's tendency towards self-delusion as she explores how the brain defends and glorifies the ego through twisting and warping our perceptions. Our brains hire a slew of inborn mind-bugs and prejudices, from hindsight bias to unrealistic optimism, from ethical excuse-making to wishful thinking―all designed to avoid us from seeing the reality concerning the international and the folk round us, and approximately ourselves.
By Stephen J. Lyons
Virtually each year, parts of the Midwest are subjected to giant flooding. Sandbags are stuffed and stacked, FEMA arrives, and there's a dialogue of even if it is a 500-year flood, a 1,000-year flood, or simply one other general summer time. This new booklet seems at a city devastated and rebuilt--that might be rebuilt back while the subsequent years' waters upward push and places it in context with the historical past of the zone and the folk who've lived there for generations.