Explains the five key developments that have permanently altered the business world and describes how companies can embrace new media to change business models and adapt to the changes.
Shares an assessment of Kennedy's administration as it might have evolved had he not been assassinated, covering such topics as the 1964 campaign, his private life issues and his approaches to Vietnam, civil rights and the Cold War.
"Marine corporal Rick Sudder is home early from Iraq, his tour ended abruptly on the battlefield. The carefree boy is gone, replaced by a man who believes his future is as bleak as his mirror image. But can the passion and commitment of a young woman who has never given up on him mend his broken body and shattered heart? As the people of Virgin River rally around Rick, another recent arrival tests the tightly knit mountain town's famous welcoming spirit. Dan Brady has a questionable past, and he's looking for a place to start over. He'd like it to be Virgin River, if he can find a way in. But he never expects to find it in the arms of a woman who was as much an outcast as himself"--From publisher description.
The grandson of a slave, Ellington dropped out of high school to become one of the world's most famous musicians, a showman of incomparable suavity who was as comfortable in Carnegie Hall as in the nightclubs where he honed his style. He wrote some fifteen hundred compositions, many of which, like 'Mood Indigo' and 'Sophisticated Lady,' remain beloved standards, and he sought inspiration in an endless string of transient lovers, concealing his inner self behind a smiling mask of flowery language and ironic charm.
The actor recounts some of his most memorable performances with famous actors and actresses along with his humble beginnings, his marriage, and his deep faith in God.
Don?t face reality. Create reality! E-Squared could best be described as a lab manual with simple experiments to prove once and for all that reality is malleable, that consciousness trumps matter, and that you shape your life with your mind. Rather than take it on faith, you are invited to conduct nine 48-hour experiments to prove there really is a positive, loving, totally hip force in the universe. Yes, you read that right. It says prove. The experiments, each of which can be conducted with absolutely no money and very little time expenditure, demonstrate that spiritual principles are as dependable as gravity, as consistent as Newton?s laws of motion. For years, you?ve been hoping and praying that spiritual principles are true. Now, you can know.
Henry VIII fathered four children who survived childhood, each by a different mother. In The Children of Henry VIII, renowned Tudor historian John Guy tells their stories, returning to the archives and drawing on a vast array of contemporary records, personal letters, ambassadors' reports, and other eyewitness accounts, including the four children's own handwritten letters.
A narrative of the contemporary American food world that is simultaneously a humorous adventure, a behind-the-scenes look at, and an attempt to understand the implications of the way we eat.--from publisher's description.
"In Brooklyn's unforgiving urban jungle, Maggie Moore is torn between answering her own needs and catering to the desirous men who dominate her life. Confronted by her quarrelsome Irish immigrant father, the feckless lover who may become her husband, and others, Maggie must learn to navigate a cycle of loss, separation, and hope as she forges her own path toward happiness."--P.  of cover.
"Billy Graham presents the core message that has guided his life and calling for more than 70 years. Filled with new stories and timeless truth, Graham once again calls the world back to its spiritual priority as only he can."--www.Amazon.com.
Go deeper into the complexities of Orson Scott Card's classic novel with science fiction and fantasy writers, YA authors, and military strategists.
The author delves into the mystery of what happened to nine experienced hikers who died in 1959 in the Russian Ural Mountains. Eichar retraces the hikers' journey and provides an account, aided by access to the hikers' own journals and photographs, government records, and dozens of interviews.
Traces choreographer Bob Fosse's numberless reinventions of himself over a career that would spawn The Pajama Game, Cabaret, Pippin, Chicago, All That Jazz and other iconic works of art. Through interviews and access to Fosse's archives, examines his professional life and his intense relationships with everyone from Liza Minnelli, Fred Astaire and Neil Simon to Shirley MacLaine, Jessica Lange and Dustin Hoffman.
"The style guru and author of Freakin' Fabulous shows you how to have it all--haute fashion, food and decor--at bargain-basement prices. As co-host of TLC's popular What Not to Wear and ABC's The Chew, Clinton Kelly is constantly helping his guests look and feel their best. Now he's going to share his secrets for making every part of your life more fabulous--whether you want to make over your wardrobe, add glamour to your next soirée, or brighten up that dingy bathroom--even if there's no room in your budget. After all, Freakin' Fabulous doesn't have to come at a price--if you have Clinton in your corner. Filled with pages of full-color photography, helpful advice, and numerous ideas for styling, partying, and better living, this book will make you the envy of everyone on the block without emptying your bank account. As Kelly doles out wit and wisdom on everything from thrift store sprees to proper dinner etiquette, he playfully reminds you that you don't need to be a movie star to live like one...as long you shop smartly. Remember, anybody can be fabulous--it's not the size of your funds but how you use them"-- Provided by publisher.
"As a private chef to high profile clients (including a president and a prime minister), for over 30 years, Alan Roettinger has learned a lot about what people hunger for and what satisfies. Learn his secrets for creating simple yet sophisticated, vibrant vegan dishes with a decidedly international flair and add joy and surprise to your menus, whether for everyday meals or celebratory gatherings..."--From the publisher.
Award-winning ESPN investigative reporters Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru reveal how the NFL, over a period of nearly two decades, sought to cover up and deny mounting evidence of the connection between football and brain damage.
After suffering a crippling accident and ending his marriage, construction millionaire Edgar Freemantle rents a house on the Florida coast, where he creates works of art that lead him to discover unsettling elements from his landlady's enigmatic family history.
"Meatonomics is the first book to add up the huge "externalized" costs that the animal food system imposes on taxpayers, animals and the environment, and it finds these costs total about $414 billion yearly. With yearly retail sales of around $250 billion, that means that for every $1 of product they sell, meat and dairy producers impose almost $2 in hidden costs on the rest of us. But if producers were forced to internalize these costs, a $4 Big Mac would cost about $11. Written in a clear and accessible style, Meatonomics provides vital insight into how the economics of animal food production influence our spending, eating, health, prosperity, and longevity."--www.Amazon.com.
Using copious materials--including diaries and scrapbooks--from the castle's archives, the current Countess of Carnarvon tells the story of Catherine Wendell, the beautiful and spirited American woman who married Lady Almina's son, the man who would become the 6th Earl of Carnarvon, while paying particular attention to the staff who offer the Castle continuity between generations.
More than twenty inexpensive parties you can throw for your kids. Includes Do-it-yourself crafts and games as well as recipes that can be mixed and matched.