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Artwalks in New York


Artwalks in New York


$19


Completely updated, the new edition of this acclaimed guide brings us 33 tours of public art, covering the length of the island, from the Cloisters and Harlem in northern Manhattan, to Central Park and the museum mile, to Rockefeller Center and Chelsea, and all the way down to the southern tip at Battery Park City. This indispensable guide also covers the outer boroughs, from Snug Harbor, Staten Island to the Socrates Sculpture Park and the Noguchi Museum in Queens, from Wave Hill in the Bronx all the way to the botanical gardens in Brooklyn. The perfect guidebook for residents and tourists alike, Harrison and Rosenfeld uncover nooks and crannies off the beaten track alongside favored treasures, reminding us all why New York City is the art capital of the world. Artwalks in New York contains: Completely revised and updated entries, including seven new walks, reflecting the ever-changing city Includes over 25 walking tour maps, directions, and suggested visitation hours Listings of museums, art and auction galleries, art-filled public spaces, hotel lobbies, gardens, restaurants, subway stations, public sculpture and murals, and more Hundreds of interesting facts, anecdotes, and tidbits about New York City art from two expert guides

E-book readers: High-impact Emerging Technology - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors


E-book readers: High-impact Emerging Technology – What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors


$39.95


An e-book reader, also called an e-book device or e-reader, is a portable electronic device that is designed primarily for the purpose of reading digital books and periodicals. An e-book reader is similar in form to a tablet computer. A tablet computer typically has a faster screen capable of higher refresh rates which makes them more suitable for interaction. The main advantages of e-book readers are better readability of their screens especially in bright sunlight and longer battery life. This is achieved by using electronic paper technology to display content to readers. This book is your ultimate resource for E-book readers. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about E-book readers right away, covering: E-book, Comparison of e-book readers, 4FFF N618, Blio, COOL-ER, CVS Lookbook, Digital Reader 1000, Digital Reader DR800SG, E Ink, E Ink Corporation, EGriver, Electronic paper, Elonex ebook, EnTourage eDGe, Pocket eDGe, EPUB, ESlick, FLEPia, Gyricon, Hanlin eReader, ILiad, Iriver Story, Kobo eReader, Koobits, Liquavista, List of E-book software, Plastic Logic, PocketBook eReader, SoftBook, Sony LIBRIé EBR-1000EP, Sony Reader, Wattpad, Wink e-book reader, Wizpac txtr, Yudu Media, Alex eReader, Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Nook Color, Cruz (Tablet), Cybook Gen1, Cybook Gen3, Cybook Opus, EClicto, ECTACO jetBook, ECTACO jetBook Lite, Franklin eBookMan, IScroll, Samsung Papyrus, Electronic publishing, Accordance, Adobe Content Server, BBeB, Bible Analyzer, Biblical software, Billboard Greece, Comparison of e-book formats, Digital edition, E-Sword, Electronic article, Electronic journal, Electronic media, EPrint, Exact Editions, Flat World Knowledge, Foreign Policy Journal, Gale (publisher), Gdan skie Wydawnictwo Os wiatowe, Go Bible, HighWire Press, Idiomag, International Digital Publishi

Gomadic Intelligent Compact AC Home Wall Charger suitable for the Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi Fi


Gomadic Intelligent Compact AC Home Wall Charger suitable for the Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi Fi


$21.95


Gomadic Powerful High Wattage wall charger for home or travel use. Customized circuit design is based on the latest in power regulation and is tailored to the precise output voltage and resistor ID requirements of the Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi-Fi (accurate to 0.1v!) Advanced state-of-the-art internal circuitry protects the Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi-Fi from power surges overcharging and short-circuiting to significantly extend the internal battery lifecycle.”Power Sleep” feature reduces vampire power draw 99%. Charger will consume less than 0.1W of power when in “dormant state” (e.g. not connected to the Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi-Fi ).Uniquely engineered in a small lightweight and highly portable design the Gomadic Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi-Fi Wall Charger travels easily saving both space and time. TipExchange Technology protects your investment by providing a means to change/upgrade your charger by simply swapping the physical charging tip. (Charging tip for Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi-Fi ) included with additional tips sold separately)The Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi-Fi is not an inexpensive device so why risk damaging it with a cheap wall charger? When it comes to safely powering devices Gomadic chargers have always stood alone. We have been in the power accessory business since 2001 and continue to innovate in power circuit design and miniaturization. Our Barnes and Noble Nook 3G Wi-Fi Travel Wall Charger is a very powerful (high wattage) very compact (measures around 2.5 inches diagonally with foldable wall plug) and very well made (backed by lifetime warranty) accessory. Top it off with our upgradeable and interchangeable Gomadic TipExchange Technology and this will most certainly be the last charger you ever buy.

NOOK Simple Touch


NOOK Simple Touch


$59


All-new NOOK the Simple Touch Reader: Longest battery lifeRead for more than 2 months on just one chargeMost advanced E-Ink Pearl Technology display with clear, crisp textOver 2 million books, magazines, and newspapersIncredibly easy, just touch and read6″ touchscreen with fast page turnsIncredibly light(7.48 ounces), ultra-thin designExpert recommendations and fun social features

Nook Simple Touch GlowLight Survival Guide: Step-by-Step User Guide for the Nook Simple Touch GlowLight eReader: Getting Started, Using Hidden Features, and Downloading FREE eBooks


Nook Simple Touch GlowLight Survival Guide: Step-by-Step User Guide for the Nook Simple Touch GlowLight eReader: Getting Started, Using Hidden Features, and Downloading FREE eBooks


$2.99


While the Nook Simple Touch Glowlight is somewhat similar to the original Nook, its infrared touchscreen and Glowlight make for a completely different reading experience. With the new Glowlight, you can read in pitch black conditions without straining your eyes, as with an LCD screen. The Nook Simple Touch Glowlight Survival Guide provides you with tips and tricks you can use upon unboxing your new eReader. This guide sorts through all of the unnecessary clutter of the official manual and gives you task-based instructions. Instead of learning which buttons perform which functions, you will learn how to use those buttons to navigate your Nook to buy, read, and mark up your eBooks. Instead of presenting an arbitrary table of gestures you can use on the touchscreen, this book shows you where those gestures are needed by integrating them into the tasks you are doing. Additionally, each set of step-by-step instructions is accompanied by a set of detailed screenshots to help you to confirm that you are on the right track. This Nook guide includes: Getting Started: – Button Layout – Performing First-Time Setup – Connecting the Nook to a PC or Mac – Setting Up Wi-Fi – Looking Up Words in the Built-In Dictionary – Buying eBooks through the Barnes and Noble Store – Subscribing to Magazines and Newspapers – Cancelling Subscriptions – Adding bookmarks and notes – Viewing periodicals Advanced topics: – Using the Wishlist – Lending eBooks – Downloading thousands of free eBooks – Managing eBook Shelves – Archiving eBooks – Setting the Screensaver – Transferring downloaded eBooks to the Nook – Shortcuts and tips – Conserving Battery Life – Registering Your Nook – Book browsing tips – Troubleshooting – Live Nook support telephone numbers

Nook Simple Touch Survival Guide: Step-by-Step User Guide for the Nook Simple Touch eReader: Getting Started Downloading FREE eBooks and Surfing the Web Using the Hidden Web Browser (Mobi Manuals)


Nook Simple Touch Survival Guide: Step-by-Step User Guide for the Nook Simple Touch eReader: Getting Started Downloading FREE eBooks and Surfing the Web Using the Hidden Web Browser (Mobi Manuals)


$2.99


While the Nook Simple Touch is somewhat similar to the original Nook its infrared touchscreen makes for a completely different reading experience. The Nook Simple Touch Survival Guide provides you with tips and tricks you can use upon unboxing your new eReader. This guide sorts through all of the unnecessary clutter of the official manual and gives you task-based instructions. Instead of learning which buttons perform which functions you will learn how to use those buttons to navigate your Nook to buy read and mark up your eBooks. Instead of presenting an arbitrary table of gestures you can use on the touchscreen this book shows you where those gestures are needed by integrating them into the tasks you are doing. Additionally each set of step-by-step instructions is accompanied by a set of detailed screenshots to help you to confirm that you are on the right track. By reading this book you will unlock hidden secrets such as downloading FREE eBooks and surfing the web using the hidden web browser on your Nook Simple Touch. The reference material given in this guide is constantly updated never stagnant. The next time Barnes and Noble releases a software update simply re-download this eBook to get the latest version. This Nook guide includes: Getting Started: – Button Layout – Performing First-Time Setup – Connecting the Nook to a PC or Mac – Setting Up Wi-Fi – Looking Up Words in the Built-In Dictionary – Buying eBooks through the Barnes and Noble Store – Subscribing to Magazines and Newspapers – Cancelling Subscriptions – Adding bookmarks and notes – Viewing periodicals Advanced topics: – Using the Wishlist – Lending eBooks – Downloading thousands of free eBooks – Managing eBook Shelves – Archiving eBooks – Setting the Screensaver – Transferring downloaded eBooks to the Nook – List of Nook-friendly websites that save you time typing in long URL addresses – Shortcuts and tips – Conserving Battery Life – Registering Your Noo

Shoot to Thrill


Shoot to Thrill


$19.99


For decades, professional photographers have been using large, expensive studio lighting setups for their shoots. While powerful and effective, they have certain limitations. A new generation of photographers has embraced speedlights, battery powered flashes that can mount on your camera or be triggered remotely. After years of using studio lights, Michael Mowbray switched over to speedlights. He started gradually but soon realized he could shoot nearly everything with speedlights. Specializing in wedding and senior portraits, Mowbray found freedom and renewed creativity with these lights. As he states in the introduction, he no longer chases light, he creates it. The book begins by outlining the core concepts for using speedlights as a primary light source. Knowing how light works allows you to control it. The same goes for your camera. Understanding how the flash and the camera interact using the camera’s metering system is the center of Mowray’s speedlight technique. It’s also important to understand how your camera and flashes communicate while they aren’t attached to one another. The ability to have remote flashes tucked into unique places for a shoot opens up the lighting options available to you. In addition to wedding and senior portrait photography, Mowbray works in fashion, commercial and family photography. The versatility of speedlights allows a professional photographer to work in many genres. After covering the core concepts, the book presents 60 of Mowbray’s world class images. Each photo is accompanied by a list of the equipment used for capturing the shot, alternate related images and a lighting diagram. One of the major advantages of a speedlight portrait system is that it allows you create the light you want virtually anywhere. Interesting unlit nooks magically become great photo settings. A common theme across much of Mowbray’s location work is using speedlights to create light and contrast where none currently exist. A shoot may require that you w

Shoot to Thrill


Shoot to Thrill


$19.99


For decades, professional photographers have been using large, expensive studio lighting setups for their shoots. While powerful and effective, they have certain limitations. A new generation of photographers has embraced speedlights, battery powered flashes that can mount on your camera or be triggered remotely. After years of using studio lights, Michael Mowbray switched over to speedlights. He started gradually but soon realized he could shoot nearly everything with speedlights. Specializing in wedding and senior portraits, Mowbray found freedom and renewed creativity with these lights. As he states in the introduction, he no longer chases light, he creates it. The book begins by outlining the core concepts for using speedlights as a primary light source. Knowing how light works allows you to control it. The same goes for your camera. Understanding how the flash and the camera interact using the camera’s metering system is the center of Mowray’s speedlight technique. It’s also important to understand how your camera and flashes communicate while they aren’t attached to one another. The ability to have remote flashes tucked into unique places for a shoot opens up the lighting options available to you. In addition to wedding and senior portrait photography, Mowbray works in fashion, commercial and family photography. The versatility of speedlights allows a professional photographer to work in many genres. After covering the core concepts, the book presents 60 of Mowbray’s world class images. Each photo is accompanied by a list of the equipment used for capturing the shot, alternate related images and a lighting diagram. One of the major advantages of a speedlight portrait system is that it allows you create the light you want virtually anywhere. Interesting unlit nooks magically become great photo settings. A common theme across much of Mowbray’s location work is using speedlights to create light and contrast where none currently exist. A shoot may require that you w

The Adventures of a Widow: A Novel


The Adventures of a Widow: A Novel


$3.99


It is not long ago that the last conservative resident of Bond Street, proud of his ancient possessorship and no doubt loving the big brick structure with arched doorway and dormer windows in which he first saw the light, felt himself relentlessly swept from that interesting quarter by the stout besom of commerce. Interesting the street really is for all to whom old things appeal with any charm. It is characteristic of our brilliant New York, however, that few antiquarian feet tread her pavements, and that she is too busy with her bustling and thrifty present to reflect that she has ever reached it through a noteworthy past. Some day it will perhaps be recorded of her that among all cities she has been the least preservative of tradition and memorial. The hoary antiquity of her transatlantic sisters would seem to have made her unduly conscious of her own youth. She has so long looked over seas for all her history and romance, that now, when she can safely boast two solid centuries of age, the habit yet firmly clings, and she cares as little for the annals of her fine and stately growth as though, like Troy, she had risen, roof and spire, to the strains of magic melody. It might be of profit, and surely it would be of pleasure, were she to care more for the echoes of those harsh and sometimes tragic sounds that have actually blent their serious music with her rise. As it is, she is rich in neglected memories; she has tombs that dumbly reproach her ignoring eye; she has nooks and purlieus that teem with reminiscence and are silent testimonials of her indifference. Her Battery and her Bowling Green, each bathed in the tender glamour of Colonial association, lie frowned upon by the grim scorn of recent warehouses and jeered at by the sarcastic shriek of the neighboring steam-tug. She can easily guide you to the modern clamors of her Stock-Exchange; but if you asked her to show you the graves of Stuyvesant and Montgomery she might find the task a hard one, though thousan
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