Books & Publishing


Supercapitalism
June 20th, 2008

The explosion in everything from consumer choice to CEO salaries was the result in an economy unshackled by regulation and inflamed with a new, unrelenting drive to maximise shareholder returns — a new paradigm he calls ‘supercapitalism’.

Blaze
July 28th, 2007

Blaze is as easy to read as it is high in quality and, although King has left the ghouls and shapeshifters far behind, it will remind his fans why they’ve loved his work for four decades.


Turning the Me Generation into the We Generation
October 1st, 2009

At first glance this looks like a polemic against MSN and Twitter, and the author acknowledges as such in the introduction before explaining that he’s talking about deeper issues — essentially, children who grow up selfish because we don’t spend time listening or getting to know them. If only it had been about iPod wearing, slouching emos it might have been a lot more interesting.

The New Printing Economy
March 1st, 2009

“There’s been a significant amount of volatility,” agrees Greg Brown, national sales manager of McPherson’s Printing Group. “Our peaks and troughs are bigger. The ongoing impact to volume is anyone’s guess.”


Bernard Beckett
March 7th, 2011

Even though Beckett’s last three novels are his most popular in Australia (he’s published seven so far), he also reveals that he’s not consciously trying to avoid labels, but they actually fit together in a way

Create Stunning HTML Email That Just Works
August 23rd, 2010

Forget referencing an external CSS file, putting everything in standards-compliant div tags or giving control over font size to your user. The only way to make sure your HTML email works in all major emails clients (and there are far more of them than web browsers) is to use tables. Yes, you read that right.






The Conflict French philosopher Elisabeth Badinter thinks society's expectations on mothers are as unrealistic ...
March 19th, 2012

The dark depths of Geraldton What are the classic locations? Chinatown, Los Angeles. Postwar Vienna, Austria. Geraldton, ...
July 25th, 2012

Walking the walk It's hard to decide what aspect of author Chris Allen and his ...
November 28th, 2011

Full Dark, No Stars Anyone who's read The Stand or It knows Stephen King's a master ...
November 7th, 2011

Digital vs Human According to Digital vs Human, we need to start talking about the ...
October 22nd, 2016

A New Paradigm for Financial Markets If anyone's well placed to comment on the reasons for the financial ...
January 18th, 2009


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