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Playing Footsie With the FTSE? The Great Crash of 2008
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iUniverse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 406 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.Dr. Linda Kipling has had her share of excitement working as a meteorologist with the Naval Research Laboratory. Twice in four years, she and her boss, the arrogant Dr. Victor Silverstein, have faced international crises requiring heroic action. Now, in 2011, Kipling faces her most formidable foe yet: her only remaining relatives, the Mller family. Debates about climate change continue as two researchers in Greenland mysteriously disappear. Kipling soon comes to a horrific realization: not all observed climatic aberrations are coming from natural variation or an increase in greenhouse gases. Instead, someone is tampering with nature, risking a cataclysmic event that could destroy the world. Her dying father is suspicious; he believes distant relatives in South America are involved. The Mller family was once part of Hitlers inner circle. They escaped from Germany in 1945 with a fortune in gold, and now they hope to alter the worlds climate for their own purposes. Kipling must head to Greenland under the guise of familial reunion in order to dismantle the Mller plan and save the planet from a climatic apocalypse. Paul Mark Tags books never disappoint. He is a gifted writer and knows how to craft a great story. . . White Thaw takes us on a great adventure involving global warming and poses the question of just how far would a group go to win. -- Simon Barrett, Blogger News Network This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., iUniverse, Paperback. New. Authored by a scholar-blogger, this engaging book is packed with examples that show how blogging and related genres are changing media and communication. It gives definitions and explains how blogs work, shows how blogs relate to the historical development of publishing and communication and looks a, Thinkaha. Paperback. New. Paperback. 116 pages. Dimensions: 8.2in. x 5.4in. x 0.4in.Its true. Creating industry standards is a game. To be successful at it, you must be cooperative as well as competitive, proactive as well as instinctive, technical as well as practical. Youve got to know the rules of the game as well as various strategies for winning it. Which is why standards veteran and blogger Karen Bartleson wrote STANDARDStweet Book01, the must-have playbook for industry standards leaders and followers. In 140 bite-sized insights, Bartleson illuminates the standards game for readers by providing an understanding of what standards are and why they are important, as well as presenting ideas for creating better standards and respecting the standardization process. Using her thirty years of experience in the computer chip industry as well as her fourteen years in the area of standards for electronic design automation, Bartleson helps industry standards players focus their game on the future of electronic design by honoring an approach to standards that can increase productivity, solve design problems, and still leave plenty of room for innovation. Whether youre already in the standards game or preparing to join it, STANDARDStweet Book01 will make you better equipped to play your best and come out a winner. STANDARDStweet Book01 is part of the THINKaha series whose 100-page books contain 140 well-thought-out quotes (tweetsahas). This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Thinkaha, Summertime Publishing. Paperback. New. Paperback. 294 pages. Dimensions: 7.9in. x 5.0in. x 0.9in.Everyone knows that laughter is the best medicine, but Forced to Fly is more than a collection of funny stories about the seeing the funny side of the day to day blunders we all make. It is packed with stories that resonate with anyone who has lived abroad Its opening chapters, written by experts, counsellors and real-life expats who have struggled with culture shock, will provide support and advice to guide you through any dark patches. When the first edition came out I had no idea that it would find its way into corporate goodie bags for relocating employees, nor that people would call me up, saying, Help, my daughter-in-law has just moved to Dubai and is not doing so well. Can you send her a book, please In this second edition, we have added a chapter on emotional resilience in addition to more than 20 new stories for you to enjoy from new writers such as Jack Scott, whose memoir, Perking the Pansies, has been shortlisted for the Polaris prize and the hilarious Debbie Fletcher, author of Bitten by Spain. Blogger contributors AdventuresInExpatland, DisparateHuisvrouw, WordGeyser and IWasAnExpatWife make this a thoroughly modern version of an old favourite. A must-have book for expats everywhere. A unique mix of practical advice and funny stories that everyone will relate to. Toni Summers-Hargis, author of Rules, Britannia and blogger at Expat Mum - http: expatmum. blogspot. com I would love to have had it with me when I left home ten years ago for the first time. Laura J Stephens, author of An Inconvenient Posting, an expat wifes memoir of lost identity - www. laurajstephens. com Delightfully relevant. A cleverly crafted collection of expatriate stories and advice, including the good, the bad and the hilarious side of international living. Perfect for global nomads looking to feel connected through shared experiences. Alison Cavatore, Founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief, Global Living Magazine - www. globallivingmagazine. com This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Summertime Publishing, AVE MARIA PR, 2012. Paperback. New. Popular Catholic blogger and speaker Reinhard offers the first book to accompany expectant mothers from conception to baptism with weekly reflections and prayers rooted in the mysteries of the Rosary and related to the baby's physical development.SKU: MM-00276016; EAN: 9781594712982, AVE MARIA PR, 2012, Opentask. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 320 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.5in. x 1.1in.Notebook to write blogging ideas based on experience of the founder of the famous technical blog DumpAnalysis. org who transformed it into bestselling multivolume book series Memory Dump Analysis Anthology. Can be used for up to 5 blogs and 5 books. Also contains sections for work and home related notes and tasks. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Opentask, Possibility Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 156 pages. Dimensions: 11.0in. x 8.5in. x 0.4in.Hope Rises From The Ashes. . . No one planned to stay in the Porcupine Camp. All anyone hoped for was to find gold fast and get on the next train home. But when the Great Fire of 1911 strikes, something strange happens, and the people of the Porcupine Camp discover that gold isnt only found in the ground. . . . . . It is found in each other. Based on true events that occurred during the Porcupine Gold Rush of the early 20th century, Heart of Gold is a new musical theatre creation exploring the romance, adventure, and hope that is synonymous with Canadian History. Reviews from the amateur premiere: Heart of Gold an amazing production By Wayne Snider, The Daily Press (Timmins) The story of the community bouncing back from the Great Fire of 1911 needed to be told in a manner that carried the audience through a range of emotions - from sorrow and fear to laughter and joy It did, allowing the performance to flow north as naturally as the Porcupine River. the final production is absolutely amazing. Right from the beginning - where after the initial gold discovery, wave after wave of various immigrant groups dance onto the stage in search of the same prize - to the end where formal rivals become a loving, caring community, the audience is hooked The story, written by Laureen Kuhl, introduces us to characters that the audience cares about from the beginning. It provides a very human story - mixing romance and greed together - that not only succeeds in telling the story of the Great Fire, but is truly entertaining. There are great moments of laughter, such as when all the guys are teasing the would-be womanizing francophone Andr LeRoux (superbly portrayed by Thomas Vezina) to when Andr is poking fun at the best attempts to read French by leading lady Caroline Mayben-Flowers (an admirable performance by Catarina Ciccone). These are pioneer scenes that one could picture taking place today - making the historic tale relatable to a modern audience. The music adds an entire new dimension to the story of Timmins. Individual tunes like Come On Come to the Porcupine and Gold Runs Down in Rivers could easily stand on their own. But as a key part of the story, it helps form the cultural mosaic that is Heart of Gold. The audience connects with Heart of Gold on all levels. There was a real sense of awe and fright when it was realized the Great Fire was bearing down on the pioneer community. . . As characters mourn the loss of life on stage, the audience shares the emotional experience. It was one of the most powerful theatrical moments ever seen on stage in Timmins. Overall, the cultural Avengers of Timmins have assembled one truly magical, creative and entertaining showpiece Link: http: www. timminspress. com20120610heart-of-gold-an-amazing-production It was a masterful piece the show felt real. From Blogger Naomi: (It) made you feel as though you were peaking in through a window back in 1911 We had the opportunity to feel fear, hatred, love, hope, joy, mourning and relief over the course of the play and it was a masterful piece performed from the heart to celebrate this wonderful community. What a wonderful show- I only wish I was able to stay in town to enjoy it again!! Link: http: windingdownwithnaomi. blogspot. ca From Anthony Roberts at the Timmins Daily Press: What a treat. Well done. It deserves a TIMMINS OSCAR. A night to remember. Link: http: www. timminspress. com20120611heart-of-gold-musical This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Possibility Press, abramis. Paperback. New. Paperback. 124 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 6.5in. x 0.5in.Playing footsie with the FTSE The financial crash of 2008 and the crisis in journalism is a special book issue of Ethical Space to mark a special event. In the autumn of 2008, the world economy nearly went into meltdown after the collapse of Lehman Brothers on 15 September. The banks were on the brink; the cash machines worldwide were about to be shut off. In the end, the global economy was saved - but at a huge long-term cost. Why did so few politicians, economists and academics see the Great Crash coming and why did so few journalists report it in advance Here the movers and shakers of financial journalism try to give some explanation: Robert Peston, of the BBC, then a maverick now proved to be totally right Peter Wilby, of the Guardian, who advises us not to trust financial journalists Jane Fuller, top financial analyst, ponders the implications for all journalists Anne Gregory, Professor of PR, examines the role of public relations in the credit crunch Award-winning Martin Lewis critiques the TV property porn merchants Other distinguished contributors include Hugh Pym, of the BBC, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston, INSEAD scholar Matthew Fraser, Francesco Guerrera, of the Financial Times, PR guru Trevor Morris, Alex Brummer, of the Daily Mail, Brian Caplen, editor of the Banker, Howard Davies, LSE Director, Nicholas Jones, for 30 years a BBC correspondent, top media blogger Kristine Lowe and Professors John Tulloch and Damian Tambini. Edited by John Mair, of Coventry University, and Richard Lance Keeble, of the University of Lincoln, this is a seminal collection of essays on the Great Crash from those at the epicentre of the financial storm. Very timely and topical, this is an extremely valuable collection of reflections from leading commentators on how the media covered the Great Crash of 2008 Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, London This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., abramis

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Playing footsie with the FTSE? The financial crash of 2008 and the crisis in journalism is a special book issue of Ethical Space to mark a special event. In the autumn of 2008, the world economy nearly went into meltdown after the collapse of Lehman Brothers on 15 September. The banks were on the brink; the cash machines worldwide were about to be shut off. In the end, the global economy was saved - but at a huge long-term cost. Why did so few politicians, economists and academics see the Great Playing footsie with the FTSE? The financial crash of 2008 and the crisis in journalism is a special book issue of Ethical Space to mark a special event. In the autumn of 2008, the world economy nearly went into meltdown after the collapse of Lehman Brothers on 15 September. The banks were on the brink; the cash machines worldwide were about to be shut off. In the end, the global economy was saved - but at a huge long-term cost. Why did so few politicians, economists and academics see the Great Crash coming and why did so few journalists report it in advance? Here the movers and shakers of financial journalism try to give some explanation: Robert Peston, of the BBC, then a maverick now proved to be totally right Peter Wilby, of the Guardian, who advises us not to trust financial journalists Jane Fuller, top financial analyst, ponders the implications for all journalists Anne Gregory, Professor of PR, examines the role of public relations in the credit crunch Award-winning Martin Lewis critiques the "TV property porn merchants" Other distinguished contributors include Hugh Pym, of the BBC, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston, INSEAD scholar Matthew Fraser, Francesco Guerrera, of the Financial Times, PR guru Trevor Morris, Alex Brummer, of the Daily Mail, Brian Caplen, editor of the Banker, Howard Davies, LSE Director, Nicholas Jones, for 30 years a BBC correspondent, top media blogger Kristine Lowe and Professors John Tulloch and Damian Tambini. Edited by John Mair, of Coventry University, and Richard Lance Keeble, of the University of Lincoln, this is a seminal collection of essays on the Great Crash from those at the epicentre of the financial storm. "Very timely and topical, this is an extremely valuable collection of reflections from leading commentators on how the media covered the Great Crash of 2008" Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, London Books, Business & Economics~~Industries~~Media & Communications, Playing-Footsie-With-The-Ftse-The-Great-Crash-Of-2008~~John-Mair, 999999999, Playing Footsie With The Ftse? The Great Crash Of 2008, John Mair (Editor), 1845493974, Arima Publishing, , , , , Arima Publishing

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[EAN: 9781845493974], Neubuch, [PU: Arima Publishing, United Kingdom], Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Playing footsie with the FTSE? The financial crash of 2008 and the crisis in journalism is a special book issue of Ethical Space to mark a special event. In the autumn of 2008, the world economy nearly went into meltdown after the collapse of Lehman Brothers on 15 September. The banks were on the brink; the cash machines worldwide were about to be shut off. In the end, the global economy was saved - but at a huge long-term cost. Why did so few politicians, economists and academics see the Great Crash coming and why did so few journalists report it in advance? Here the movers and shakers of financial journalism try to give some explanation: [ Robert Peston, of the BBC, then a maverick now proved to be totally right [ Peter Wilby, of the Guardian, who advises us not to trust financial journalists [ Jane Fuller, top financial analyst, ponders the implications for all journalists [ Anne Gregory, Professor of PR, examines the role of public relations in the credit crunch [ Award-winning Martin Lewis critiques the TV property porn merchants Other distinguished contributors include Hugh Pym, of the BBC, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston, INSEAD scholar Matthew Fraser, Francesco Guerrera, of the Financial Times, PR guru Trevor Morris, Alex Brummer, of the Daily Mail, Brian Caplen, editor of the Banker, Howard Davies, LSE Director, Nicholas Jones, for 30 years a BBC correspondent, top media blogger Kristine Lowe and Professors John Tulloch and Damian Tambini. Edited by John Mair, of Coventry University, and Richard Lance Keeble, of the University of Lincoln, this is a seminal collection of essays on the Great Crash from those at the epicentre of the financial storm. Very timely and topical, this is an extremely valuable collection of reflections from leading commentators on how the media covered the Great Crash of 2008 Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, London

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[EAN: 9781845493974], Neubuch, [PU: Arima Publishing, United Kingdom], Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Playing footsie with the FTSE? The financial crash of 2008 and the crisis in journalism is a special book issue of Ethical Space to mark a special event. In the autumn of 2008, the world economy nearly went into meltdown after the collapse of Lehman Brothers on 15 September. The banks were on the brink; the cash machines worldwide were about to be shut off. In the end, the global economy was saved - but at a huge long-term cost. Why did so few politicians, economists and academics see the Great Crash coming and why did so few journalists report it in advance? Here the movers and shakers of financial journalism try to give some explanation: Robert Peston, of the BBC, then a maverick now proved to be totally right Peter Wilby, of the Guardian, who advises us not to trust financial journalists Jane Fuller, top financial analyst, ponders the implications for all journalists Anne Gregory, Professor of PR, examines the role of public relations in the credit crunch Award-winning Martin Lewis critiques the TV property porn merchants Other distinguished contributors include Hugh Pym, of the BBC, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston, INSEAD scholar Matthew Fraser, Francesco Guerrera, of the Financial Times, PR guru Trevor Morris, Alex Brummer, of the Daily Mail, Brian Caplen, editor of the Banker, Howard Davies, LSE Director, Nicholas Jones, for 30 years a BBC correspondent, top media blogger Kristine Lowe and Professors John Tulloch and Damian Tambini. Edited by John Mair, of Coventry University, and Richard Lance Keeble, of the University of Lincoln, this is a seminal collection of essays on the Great Crash from those at the epicentre of the financial storm. Very timely and topical, this is an extremely valuable collection of reflections from leading commentators on how the media covered the Great Crash of 2008 Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, London

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Playing footsie with the FTSE? The financial crash of 2008 and the crisis in journalism is a special book issue of Ethical Space to mark a special event. In the autumn of 2008, the world economy nearly went into meltdown after the collapse of Lehman Brothers on 15 September. The banks were on the brink; the cash machines worldwide were about to be shut off. In the end, the global economy was saved - but at a huge long-term cost. Why did so few politicians, economists and academics see the Great Crash coming and why did so few journalists report it in advance? Here the movers and shakers of financial journalism try to give some explanation: Robert Peston, of the BBC, then a maverick now proved to be totally right Peter Wilby, of the Guardian, who advises us not to trust financial journalists Jane Fuller, top financial analyst, ponders the implications for all journalists Anne Gregory, Professor of PR, examines the role of public relations in the credit crunch Award-winning Martin Lewis critiques the "TV property porn merchants" Other distinguished contributors include Hugh Pym, of the BBC, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Cay Johnston, INSEAD scholar Matthew Fraser, Francesco Guerrera, of the Financial Times, PR guru Trevor Morris, Alex Brummer, of the Daily Mail, Brian Caplen, editor of the Banker, Howard Davies, LSE Director, Nicholas Jones, for 30 years a BBC correspondent, top media blogger Kristine Lowe and Professors John Tulloch and Damian Tambini. Edited by John Mair, of Coventry University, and Richard Lance Keeble, of the University of Lincoln, this is a seminal collection of essays on the Great Crash from those at the epicentre of the financial storm. "Very timely and topical, this is an extremely valuable collection of reflections from leading commentators on how the media covered the Great Crash of 2008" Professor Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, London Playing Footsie with the Ftse? the Great Crash of 2008 Mair, John / Keeble, Richard Lance, Abramis

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