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Recensione Amazon Kindle Touch (eng sub)

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Hi, today we’re going to talk about the new Kindle Touch. It’s the latest e-book reader by Amazon, and the first of this American company to have a touch-screen. It’s a 6-inch, with a resolution of 600×800 pixel, with the USB output to charge it and connect it to the computer, two loud speakers on […]

Book of Mormon Videos | Official Trailer | 1 Nephi

Book of Mormon Videos | Official Trailer | 1 Nephi

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I, Nephi, having been born of goodly parents, therefore I make a record of my proceedings, and I know that the record which I make is true. -I have seen many things concerning Jerusalem— that it shall be destroyed! -Slay him! -The Lord commanded me that I should take my family and depart into the […]

FANTASY BOOK/SERIES | 2018 TBR [CC]

FANTASY BOOK/SERIES | 2018 TBR [CC]

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Hello, my name is Stephen Alff and welcome back to Alffbooks! Today I would like to share with you some of the fantasy books I’d like to read in 2018! Let’s get started with some classics, big-name books, that I really should already have read but have yet to read! The most glaring of those […]

Changing How I Rate My Books

Changing How I Rate My Books

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I’m just really sorry. we’re just not in the same place right now. no. no. shh. shhhh. it’s not you… it’s me. just kidding you f**cking SUUUUCK! if you have watched my past few wrap-up videos you might have noticed that I no longer am using the five star rating system. I have now switched […]

10 Common Slavery Myths

10 Common Slavery Myths

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Hey, Cypher here. There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding the institution of slavery, especially here in the United states. These myths often serve pernicious political purposes that can be highly detrimental to a proper conception of history, so here are ten of those myths debunked in no particular order. Since they aren’t in a […]

Developing Primary school skills through the e-book: Cape Primary School

Developing Primary school skills through the e-book: Cape Primary School

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Yvonne hit upon the eBook idea after seeing it in use in another school. She started it to improve her pupils’ reading, speaking and listening skills. We decided that it was a good way to teach the children, initially, reading skills, because if we could put our voices onto eBooks, then they could hear our […]

Connect | Schlesinger Library || Radcliffe Institute

Connect | Schlesinger Library || Radcliffe Institute

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[MUSIC PLAYING] – I came to Schlesinger first for my junior paper, and the junior paper I wrote was about the history of rape trauma research in the 1970s through the 1990s. And so I came Schlesinger, and that’s where I started. And I ended up loving the materials I found here and loving that […]

Imagina Books : Our Story

Imagina Books : Our Story

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Well, I like books that are imaginative I like to read funny and action kind of books Cause they all have drawings in them and they all have active stuff like imagination Mostly the drawings cause they show you what the person looks like I hate the boring books the ones with no pictures, and […]

Is Emailing An E-Book For Lawyers Ethical?

Is Emailing An E-Book For Lawyers Ethical?

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Would emailing a free book be construed as giving legal advice or commencing an attorney-client relationship? The answer to that question is I do not know and I’m not going to pretend to give ethical advice. Obviously the Bar Association is the one that you want to deal with. However, I did do an interview […]

Collections as Data at the Library of Congress

Collections as Data at the Library of Congress

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>>From the Library of Congress, in Washington D.C. [ Silence ]>>Kate Zwaard: This next session is a bit of a treat for me. It gives me a chance to highlight some Library of Congress staff and partners, whose work I think you’ll find interesting and relevant. I’ll start us off, and then we’ll have Matt […]