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You Got That P.h.D.? , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 276min
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Don't just grow your business.... Scale it fast...but the right way!Bored of business books that cover high-level concepts with little actionable information?Annoyed with having to skim over the "padding" and repetition in so many business books? Hey.... Bobby doesn't write those kinds of business books!He's on a mission to help entrepreneurs who are struggling with questions like:How do I scale this?How can I get better?How do I build a winning culture?Bobby has over 20 years of working with start-ups, some - but not all of them - his own. You Got That P.h.D? provides down-to-earth and actionable information like:How to know if your business is ready to scale.Why your company's story is way more important than your logo, and how to write one.The difference between "brand" and "branding", and how to go about doing both!Why an organically grown business culture isn't as healthy as it sounds.How to ensure that you have an endless stream of highly qualified candidates ready to fill your leadership positions.The technical tool all sales teams should have to reach the highest level of sales efficiency.There's more, but not enough room to list them all here!  You Got That P.h.D? covers the most important components of your business and how to fine-tune them sanely and rationally. From grooming a growing workplace culture to delving into sales team efficiency, there's no fluff to skip or irrelevant tangents to waste your time. You Got That P.h.D? doesn't forget that you and your company don't have time to lose if you're going to out scale your competition!Scaling a business is very hard (even harder than starting a business), but it's definitely doable, and you'll succeed much faster if you let Bobby point you in the right direction.   1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrew Roberts. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/158199/bk_acx0_158199_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 03.04.2020
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Rapid Dutch: Volume 2 , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 67min
9,95 € *
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Effortless, enjoyable, fast and effective language learning through music. The term earworms or catchy tunes refers to those songs which you hear a few times and then just can’t get out of your head. Earworms mbt® Rapid Languages puts the words and phrases you need not just on the tip of your tongue, it transports them deeply into your long-term memory, ready for instant recall. Simply listen to the music filled with rhythmic repetitions a few times and listeners will subconsciously acquire a collection of verbs, nouns and connecting words, all the while picking up the correct accent. This is your survival kit of immediately useful words and phrases for your visit abroad. Listen a few times to be able to ask for a table in a restaurant, order food and drink, take a taxi, rent a car, buy tickets, deal with money, numbers, times and days, ask for directions, deal with typical problems, hold a simple conversation and more. Volume 2 will have you talking about yourself and others, past, present and future, likes and dislikes and general conversational items. The themes follow closely the Common European Framework for language learning a recognised benchmark of language proficiency and the emphasis is constantly on usefulness to the learner. Over 70 Minutes of AudioEffortless, enjoyable and effectiveEssential phrases for your trip abroadWords anchored deeply into your memory by gentle repetition to musicStimulating and self-motivation through real rapid progressDeveloped by language teaching expertsTarget language spoken by native speakersPronunciation acquired automaticallyListen and learn, anytime anywherePhrase book included Content can be uploaded to iPod, iPhone, iPad or other MP3 players for use on the go! PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with th 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrew Lodge, Martijnje Naziris. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/ewuk/000054/bk_ewuk_000054_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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John Cage: One" and 103
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The first commercial release of Cage's only feature-length film. A performance for camera person and light, 'One"' is a film without subject. There is light but no persons, no things, no ideas about repetition and variation. Change operations were used with respect to the shots, in black and white. The light environment was designed and programmed by John Cage and Andrew Culver, as was the editing of the film. The orchestral work '103' musically accompanies 'One"'. Like the film, '103' is 90-min

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 03.04.2020
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Aspects of the Orange Revolution III - The Cont...
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The third volume of Aspects of the Orange Revolution complements the essays of the first two collections providing further historical background on, and analytical insight into, the events at Kyiv in late 2004. Its seven contributions by both established and younger specialists range from electoral statistics to musicology, and deal with, among other issues, such questions as: Why had blatant election fraud not generated mass protest before 2004, but, in that year, did? How was Viktor Yushchenko able to collect enough votes to defeat the establishment candidate Viktor Yanukovych, and become the new President of a socially, geographically and culturally divided country? How was it possible to prevent large-scale violence, and which role did the judiciary play during the quasi-revolutionary events in autumn-winter 2004? What legal foundations and court decisions made the repetition of the second round of the presidential elections possible? Which campaign instruments, and political ‘technologies’ were applied by various domestic and foreign actors to activate the Ukrainian population? How did the internet and music become factors in the emergence of mass protests involving hundreds of thousands of people? To which degree and how did external influences affect the Orange Revolution?Erik S. Herron, Paul E. Johnson, Dominique Arel, Ivan Katchanovski, Ralph S. Clem, Peter R. Craumer, Hartmut Rank, Stephan Heidenhain, Adriana Helbig and Andrew Wilson present a multifarious panorama of the origins and dynamics of the processes that changed the nature of political and civic life during and between the three rounds of Ukraine’s fateful 2004 presidential elections.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 03.04.2020
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Same Same
19,90 CHF *
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“ Same Same reaches literary heights. . . . Mendelsund’s first novel manages to be breezy and profound in equal measure. That balance is—as the programmers say—a feature and not a bug. . . . In using nonsensical jargon to expose the hollow core of the global Big Ideas industry, Mendelsund has produced—or perhaps reproduced—something entirely satisfying. Same Same is a substantial book about emptiness. It reminds us that there’s no here here unless we create it ourselves. . . . [And it includes] one of the most perfectly tuned passages of fiction I’ve read in a very long time.” —Andrew Ervin, The New York Times Book Review “A deeply inventive and wonderfully strange novel that takes dead aim at the question: does it matter if something's real?” —Jenny Offill, author of Dept. of Speculation   “[Mendelsund] has a grand time serving up what would seem to be an extended metaphor for creativity . . . that would do Brian Eno proud. Mendelsund's novel of ideas makes a neat bookend to Richard Powers's Galatea 2.2 as a study of creation in the age of the smart machine.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)   “Most books aspire to imitate life; this one succeeds in imitating literature. A fractal abyss of copies copying copies, this brilliant and hilarious full-size replica of a novel exposes the limits of conventional narratives by miraculously transmuting repetition into difference and, ultimately, something unique.” —Hernán Diaz, author of In the Distance   “Rewarding. . . . Absurdist, uncanny metafiction about the nature of identity, individuality, and authorship in an era of rapid technological advancement. . . . Comically disturbing.” — Publishers Weekly “Like an ever-shifting Rubik’s Cube, Mendelsund’s narrative blends influences and genres at will: it begins as an sf dystopia, unfurls like a mystery, and includes some deeply insular sections reminiscent of the late David Markson. . . . Mendelsund has created a dense, complex, and rewarding novel that explores the ever-hazier distinctions between copying and creating, between ourselves and our ubiquitous devices, and between what is real and what is simulated.” — Booklist

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 03.04.2020
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Whole Hog BBQ
28,90 CHF *
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“This is a new kind of book about a very old craft. A portrait of a place, a document of a cooking style, and a narrative of a family, Whole Hog BBQ is an honest, revealing, and generous story that sets the standard all future books on the subject will aim to meet.” —John T. Edge, author of The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South   “As someone who calls Eastern North Carolina home, the Skylight Inn has long been a source of pride for me. The Joneses are a singular voice in barbecue culture, and Sam is the family’s whole hog, chewy cornbread, and sweet slaw evangelist. I guess that makes this book barbecue scripture!” —Vivian Howard, author of Deep Run Roots and star of A Chef’s Life   'A rare opportunity to learn the well-kept secrets of Sam and the Jones family. Sam shows that barbecue is an art form, a craft, and a huge part of building community. Sam is as good as it gets and now you can learn from the best!' —Sean Brock, chef/owner of Husk and author of Heritage “Let me assure you that you’re holding a true treasure in your hands. Part family history, recipe collection, spiritual devotional, and a brilliantly constructed snapshot of our relationship to the cult of barbecue in America, Sam and Daniel have truly elevated the genre with this book.” —Andrew Zimmern, host of Bizarre Foods “Sam may not know this, but every time I watched him cook, I was taking notes. When we opened Pêche, I put everything I’d learned watching him to use. Cooking with live fire is a craft honed by repetition, and now all of his knowledge is in this book. No book can  guarantee you a perfect whole hog, but this one gives you all of the tools to pull it off.” —Ryan Prewitt, chef of Pêche restaurant “This book is a beautiful journey through an incredible family history. Sam Jones is simply the finest of humans and I’m blessed to call him my brother.” —Billy Durney, chef and owner of Hometown Bar-B-Que “Great storytellers are as rare as real barbecue pitmasters. While some spout their credentials and accolades like a metronome, Sam Jones humbly captivates your attention with a symphony of gritty, emotional stories and the knowledge of a three-generation barbecue family. Sam Jones is a rarity.” —Chris Lilly, pitmaster and partner, Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q “Sam Jones inspires me not only as a barbecue man, but as a person. Whole hog is considered by everyone who cooks barbecue to be the most challenging meat to master, and Sam Jones has it mastered. Sam is not only one of the best barbecuers living; he is also great storyteller, and Whole Hog BBQ is a cookbook and history book that teaches you how to cook whole hog and all of the other fixings that have made the Jones family famous. Sam Jones and his book are authentic, and represent what is great about barbecue.” —Tuffy Stone, five-time Barbecue World Champion and owner of Q Barbeque “As I write this, I’m sitting at a block pit, cooking a hog. It’s just me and Sam, and it’s 2:12 in the morning. There are a lot of folks out there who romanticize this lifestyle, but very few of us who live it. Sam is someone who lives this lifestyle. The procedures and recipes in this book are so steeped in culture that I promise you will feel that culture as you cook through this book. Sam’s a great cook and a legendary pitmaster, but he’s an even better friend. I know I’m biased—but you will be, too, when you read through these pages.” —Pat Martin, owner of Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint “Sam Jones is a barbecue unicorn. He makes my favorite barbecue in the state of North Carolina, and he occupies a space that few others can, as both an heir to the traditions and legacies of the past, and a diplomat and forward=thinker for the future of the craft. His reputation for incredible barbecue is exceeded only by his reputation for kindness

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 03.04.2020
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Whole Hog BBQ
27,99 € *
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“This is a new kind of book about a very old craft. A portrait of a place, a document of a cooking style, and a narrative of a family, Whole Hog BBQ is an honest, revealing, and generous story that sets the standard all future books on the subject will aim to meet.” —John T. Edge, author of The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South   “As someone who calls Eastern North Carolina home, the Skylight Inn has long been a source of pride for me. The Joneses are a singular voice in barbecue culture, and Sam is the family’s whole hog, chewy cornbread, and sweet slaw evangelist. I guess that makes this book barbecue scripture!” —Vivian Howard, author of Deep Run Roots and star of A Chef’s Life   'A rare opportunity to learn the well-kept secrets of Sam and the Jones family. Sam shows that barbecue is an art form, a craft, and a huge part of building community. Sam is as good as it gets and now you can learn from the best!' —Sean Brock, chef/owner of Husk and author of Heritage “Let me assure you that you’re holding a true treasure in your hands. Part family history, recipe collection, spiritual devotional, and a brilliantly constructed snapshot of our relationship to the cult of barbecue in America, Sam and Daniel have truly elevated the genre with this book.” —Andrew Zimmern, host of Bizarre Foods “Sam may not know this, but every time I watched him cook, I was taking notes. When we opened Pêche, I put everything I’d learned watching him to use. Cooking with live fire is a craft honed by repetition, and now all of his knowledge is in this book. No book can  guarantee you a perfect whole hog, but this one gives you all of the tools to pull it off.” —Ryan Prewitt, chef of Pêche restaurant “This book is a beautiful journey through an incredible family history. Sam Jones is simply the finest of humans and I’m blessed to call him my brother.” —Billy Durney, chef and owner of Hometown Bar-B-Que “Great storytellers are as rare as real barbecue pitmasters. While some spout their credentials and accolades like a metronome, Sam Jones humbly captivates your attention with a symphony of gritty, emotional stories and the knowledge of a three-generation barbecue family. Sam Jones is a rarity.” —Chris Lilly, pitmaster and partner, Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q “Sam Jones inspires me not only as a barbecue man, but as a person. Whole hog is considered by everyone who cooks barbecue to be the most challenging meat to master, and Sam Jones has it mastered. Sam is not only one of the best barbecuers living; he is also great storyteller, and Whole Hog BBQ is a cookbook and history book that teaches you how to cook whole hog and all of the other fixings that have made the Jones family famous. Sam Jones and his book are authentic, and represent what is great about barbecue.” —Tuffy Stone, five-time Barbecue World Champion and owner of Q Barbeque “As I write this, I’m sitting at a block pit, cooking a hog. It’s just me and Sam, and it’s 2:12 in the morning. There are a lot of folks out there who romanticize this lifestyle, but very few of us who live it. Sam is someone who lives this lifestyle. The procedures and recipes in this book are so steeped in culture that I promise you will feel that culture as you cook through this book. Sam’s a great cook and a legendary pitmaster, but he’s an even better friend. I know I’m biased—but you will be, too, when you read through these pages.” —Pat Martin, owner of Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint “Sam Jones is a barbecue unicorn. He makes my favorite barbecue in the state of North Carolina, and he occupies a space that few others can, as both an heir to the traditions and legacies of the past, and a diplomat and forward=thinker for the future of the craft. His reputation for incredible barbecue is exceeded only by his reputation for kindness

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 03.04.2020
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Whole Hog BBQ
27,99 € *
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“This is a new kind of book about a very old craft. A portrait of a place, a document of a cooking style, and a narrative of a family, Whole Hog BBQ is an honest, revealing, and generous story that sets the standard all future books on the subject will aim to meet.” —John T. Edge, author of The Potlikker Papers: A Food History of the Modern South   “As someone who calls Eastern North Carolina home, the Skylight Inn has long been a source of pride for me. The Joneses are a singular voice in barbecue culture, and Sam is the family’s whole hog, chewy cornbread, and sweet slaw evangelist. I guess that makes this book barbecue scripture!” —Vivian Howard, author of Deep Run Roots and star of A Chef’s Life   'A rare opportunity to learn the well-kept secrets of Sam and the Jones family. Sam shows that barbecue is an art form, a craft, and a huge part of building community. Sam is as good as it gets and now you can learn from the best!' —Sean Brock, chef/owner of Husk and author of Heritage “Let me assure you that you’re holding a true treasure in your hands. Part family history, recipe collection, spiritual devotional, and a brilliantly constructed snapshot of our relationship to the cult of barbecue in America, Sam and Daniel have truly elevated the genre with this book.” —Andrew Zimmern, host of Bizarre Foods “Sam may not know this, but every time I watched him cook, I was taking notes. When we opened Pêche, I put everything I’d learned watching him to use. Cooking with live fire is a craft honed by repetition, and now all of his knowledge is in this book. No book can  guarantee you a perfect whole hog, but this one gives you all of the tools to pull it off.” —Ryan Prewitt, chef of Pêche restaurant “This book is a beautiful journey through an incredible family history. Sam Jones is simply the finest of humans and I’m blessed to call him my brother.” —Billy Durney, chef and owner of Hometown Bar-B-Que “Great storytellers are as rare as real barbecue pitmasters. While some spout their credentials and accolades like a metronome, Sam Jones humbly captivates your attention with a symphony of gritty, emotional stories and the knowledge of a three-generation barbecue family. Sam Jones is a rarity.” —Chris Lilly, pitmaster and partner, Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q “Sam Jones inspires me not only as a barbecue man, but as a person. Whole hog is considered by everyone who cooks barbecue to be the most challenging meat to master, and Sam Jones has it mastered. Sam is not only one of the best barbecuers living; he is also great storyteller, and Whole Hog BBQ is a cookbook and history book that teaches you how to cook whole hog and all of the other fixings that have made the Jones family famous. Sam Jones and his book are authentic, and represent what is great about barbecue.” —Tuffy Stone, five-time Barbecue World Champion and owner of Q Barbeque “As I write this, I’m sitting at a block pit, cooking a hog. It’s just me and Sam, and it’s 2:12 in the morning. There are a lot of folks out there who romanticize this lifestyle, but very few of us who live it. Sam is someone who lives this lifestyle. The procedures and recipes in this book are so steeped in culture that I promise you will feel that culture as you cook through this book. Sam’s a great cook and a legendary pitmaster, but he’s an even better friend. I know I’m biased—but you will be, too, when you read through these pages.” —Pat Martin, owner of Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint “Sam Jones is a barbecue unicorn. He makes my favorite barbecue in the state of North Carolina, and he occupies a space that few others can, as both an heir to the traditions and legacies of the past, and a diplomat and forward=thinker for the future of the craft. His reputation for incredible barbecue is exceeded only by his reputation for kindness

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 03.04.2020
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Same Same
13,99 € *
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“ Same Same reaches literary heights. . . . Mendelsund’s first novel manages to be breezy and profound in equal measure. That balance is—as the programmers say—a feature and not a bug. . . . In using nonsensical jargon to expose the hollow core of the global Big Ideas industry, Mendelsund has produced—or perhaps reproduced—something entirely satisfying. Same Same is a substantial book about emptiness. It reminds us that there’s no here here unless we create it ourselves. . . . [And it includes] one of the most perfectly tuned passages of fiction I’ve read in a very long time.” —Andrew Ervin, The New York Times Book Review “A deeply inventive and wonderfully strange novel that takes dead aim at the question: does it matter if something's real?” —Jenny Offill, author of Dept. of Speculation   “[Mendelsund] has a grand time serving up what would seem to be an extended metaphor for creativity . . . that would do Brian Eno proud. Mendelsund's novel of ideas makes a neat bookend to Richard Powers's Galatea 2.2 as a study of creation in the age of the smart machine.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)   “Most books aspire to imitate life; this one succeeds in imitating literature. A fractal abyss of copies copying copies, this brilliant and hilarious full-size replica of a novel exposes the limits of conventional narratives by miraculously transmuting repetition into difference and, ultimately, something unique.” —Hernán Diaz, author of In the Distance   “Rewarding. . . . Absurdist, uncanny metafiction about the nature of identity, individuality, and authorship in an era of rapid technological advancement. . . . Comically disturbing.” — Publishers Weekly “Like an ever-shifting Rubik’s Cube, Mendelsund’s narrative blends influences and genres at will: it begins as an sf dystopia, unfurls like a mystery, and includes some deeply insular sections reminiscent of the late David Markson. . . . Mendelsund has created a dense, complex, and rewarding novel that explores the ever-hazier distinctions between copying and creating, between ourselves and our ubiquitous devices, and between what is real and what is simulated.” — Booklist

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 03.04.2020
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