Money Machine: The Surprisingly Simple Power of Value Investing
Put your money to work--the smart way.
Overheard a seductive stock tip? Saw a story on a promising new product? Stop chasing quick payoffs that will never pan out. If you want to succeed in the market, start thinking of stocks as money machines.
Investing in the market doesn't have to be reckless...
Dear Mr. Buffett: What An Investor Learns 1,269 Miles From Wall Street
Janet Tavakoli takes you into the world of Warren Buffett by way of the recent mortgage meltdown. In correspondence and discussion with him over 2 years, they both saw the writing on the wall, made clear by the implosion of Bear Stearns. Tavakoli, in clear and engaging prose, explains how the credit mess happened beginning with the mortgage...
Digital Photography Hacks : 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools Going beyond the standard fare of most digital photography books, Digital Photography Hacks shares the knowledge that professional photographers have learned through thousands of shots' worth of experience and years of experimentation. With exquisite, full-color photos throughout, the book presents 100 proven... Ufos & Anti-Gravity: Piece for a Jig Saw AT the time of going to press, it is twelve years ago since Stephen Darbishire photographed the Coniston saucer. Twelve years since the writer first examined and correlated the Darbishire and Adamski photographs by orthographic projection in Space, Gravity and the Flying Saucer.
At that time the scientific world was clamouring for 'just...
Lectures in Game Theory for Computer Scientists
Game playing is a powerful metaphor that fits many situations where interaction
between autonomous agents plays a central role. Numerous tasks
in computer science, such as design, synthesis, verification, testing, query
evaluation, planning, etc. can be formulated in game-theoretic terms. Viewing
them abstractly as games reveals the...
Programming Windows Azure: Programming the Microsoft Cloud
I hate the term the cloud. I really do. In a surprisingly short period of time, I’ve seen the
term twisted out of shape and become a marketing buzzword and applied to every bit
of technology one can conjure up. I have no doubt that in a few years, the term the
cloud will be relegated to the same giant dustbin for bad technology...
Brains, Machines, and Mathematics
This is a book whose time has come-again. The first edition (published by McGraw-Hill in 1964) was written in 1962, and it celebrated a number of approaches to developing an automata theory that could provide insights into the processing of information in brainlike machines, making it accessible to readers with no more than a college...
The Golden Ratio: The Story of Phi, the World's Most Astonishing Number Throughout history, thinkers from mathematicians to theologians have pondered the mysterious relationship between numbers and the nature of reality. In this fascinating book, Mario Livio tells the tale of a number at the heart of that mystery: phi, or 1.6180339887...This curious mathematical relationship, widely known as "The Golden...
Mission-Critical Network Planning I wrote this book in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks that took place on September
11, 2001. Until then, I was planning to write this book at a much later time. But
the events of that day compelled me to immediately begin this work. As we have
seen, those events have had far-reaching repercussions in the information...
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