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  • Web Mining Applications in E-Commerce and E-Servicesby G E Gorman

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2008; US$ 199.00

    Among all of the possible applications in web research, e-commerce and e-services have been identified as important domains for web mining techniques (Kohavi et al., 2004). Web mining techniques also play an important role in e-commerce and e-services, proving to be useful tools for understanding how e-commerce and e-service web sites and services... more...

  • Quality of Life, Balance of Power, and Nuclear Weapons (2010)by Alexander V. Avakov

    Algora Publishing 2010; US$ 45.00

    Who has the most nuclear assets in the Middle East? Whose power is waning, whose increasing? Economic, demographic and military indicators establish the pecking order for 232 countries analyzed in this yearbook, with estimates of all nuclear arsenals including rarely published data on non-signatory nations. more...

  • Two Thousand Years of Economic Statisticsby Alexander V. Avakov

    Algora Publishing 2010; US$ 45.00

    Who's winning and who's losing? Going far beyond the major powers and the BRIC countries, this new economic statistical tome compares the nations of the world in six sections: 1. Population. 2. GDP Per Capita. 3. GDP. 4. Growth Rates of Population. 5. Growth Rates of GDP Per Capita. 6. Growth Rates of GDP. more...

  • Macho Manby Mark Bego; Randy Jones

    ABC-CLIO 2008; US$ 56.00

    The Vietnam War was over and America seemed in the midst of a nationwide party. The self-proclaimed Me generation was flocking to discotheques, recreational drug use was high, and sexual taboos were being shattered nationwide. Then The Village People appeared on the music scene. Never before had gay sexuality been as up-front and in the face of America.... more...

  • Living out of Boundsby Steven Overman

    ABC-CLIO 2008; US$ 63.00

    Despite some enormous differences in salary among professional athletes, most aspects of their daily lives remain surprisingly constant across sports and income levels. In Living out of Bounds author Steven J. Overman mines a wide array of sports biographies, autobiographies, memoirs, and diaries to construct a representative picture of the athlete's... more...

  • More How Do They Do That?by Caroline Sutton

    HarperCollins 2010; US$ 6.99

    Have you ever wondered: - How do they know how much an aircraft carrier weighs? - How do they get music onto a CD? - How does an electric eel generate electricity? - How do they know how long a second is? - How do penguins stay warm in Antarctica? - How do they teach guide dogs to cross at a green light? The answers to these and many other... more...

  • The Sexualization of Childhoodby SHARNA OLFMAN

    ABC-CLIO 2008; US$ 63.00

    Only a generation or two ago, childhood in the United States was understood to be a unique and vulnerable stage of development; a time for play and protection from adult preoccupations and responsibilities. In recent decades however, we appear to have jettisoned these norms, and the lines that separate the lifestyles of even very young children from... more...

  • Sales Guy's 7 Rules for Outselling the Recessionby Jeb Blount; Jeb Blount

    Henry Holt and Co. 2009; US$ 4.99

    This book is chock-full of practical advice that will give you the skills you need to prosper and the renewed motivation you need to succeed. more...

  • What to Do If a Bird Flies in the Houseby Elizabeth Nix; Elizabeth Hurchalla

    St. Martin's Press 2003; US$ 8.99

    What to Do If a Bird Flies in the House is a girls' guide to solving life's most vexing problems Everything You Thought You'd Know By Now (But Don't) Don't be daunted by the daily dilemmas modern life throws at you! It may seem as though every able-bodied person you know can change a tire, eat a lobster and give a massage, but--believe it or not--it's... more...

  • No Going Back - Buying Abroadby Katy Pownall

    Little, Brown Book Group 2008; US$ 6.99

    Whether it is the idea of working for oneself, enjoying more sunshine or simply wishing to spend more time with one's family, millions of us dream about leaving our 9-5 jobs and moving abroad. This book will bring you closer to that reality. Packed with practical advice and inspiring stories from the families featured in the series, NO GOING BACK... more...