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Niagara

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River of no return

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The seven year itch

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Let's make love

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Gentlemen prefer blondes

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Data Visualization Fundamentals

Lynda.com - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Bill Shander

Released On: 4/25/2014

Got a big idea? You need to get it across quickly and efficiently, or modern audiences will move on to the next story clamoring for their attention. Data visualization allows you to make the complex simple, the abstract tangible, and the invisible (data) visible with great illustrations. Here, Bill Shander shows how to understand your data and your audience, craft the story you need to tell, and determine the best visual model and details to use for that story.


JavaScript Templating

Lynda.com - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Joe Marini

Released On: 4/25/2014

JavaScript templates take simple web apps to the next level, keeping your application logic separate from your presentation and your HTML and JS files clean. This course provides a look at popular JavaScript template solutions for modern web apps that consume and display data. Joe Marini reviews four popular templating libraries: JQuery Template, a simple solution that plugs straight into jQuery; Handlebars and Mustache, which provide greater flexibility; and Dust, the templating engine for more complex scenarios.


UX Design Tools: Axure

Lynda.com - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Brian Thurston Bralczyk

Released On: 4/25/2014

Axure is a wireframing and prototyping tool for web and user experience designers. You can use it to create user flows and sitemaps, click-through wireframes, and robust, fully interactive prototypes. This course shows you how. Brian Thurston Bralczyk introduces Axure's ready-made widgets, functioning form elements, and dynamic content that can be hidden, moved around the page, or even animated. Plus, learn how to generate flows and sitemaps, and create adaptive web designs to view your project on a range of devices. By the end of this course, you'll be able to create prototypes that will help you communicate your designs to clients and developers, or even run large usability tests with prospective users.


Photography and the Law: Understanding Copyright

Lynda.com - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Carolyn E. Wright, Ben Long

Released On: 4/25/2014

The intersection of photography and law is a complex place. At one of those crossroads lies copyright. Many photographers aren't familiar with this important topic and are left struggling with questions like "How do I register my work?" and "What protections do my copyrights provide when I discover that my photos have been used without permission?"

Carolyn Wright is a photographer and attorney who specializes in photographer's rights. She also publishes the popular Photo Attorney blog, where she writes about these issues. In this course, she sits down with Ben Long to discuss what copyright means to photographers and the correct steps to registering and defending their copyrights in the Internet age.


Songwriting in Pro Tools

Lynda.com - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: David Franz

Released On: 4/25/2014

Everyone writes songs in their own way. Some start with a melody or a beat, some start with a lyric. Whatever your starting point, you need to get your ideas down quickly, and then polish them into demos worth presenting to partners, producers, and record labels. Pro Tools can help. It's one of the programs professional musicians and songwriters turn to for writing, recording, and mixing songs. In this short course, David Franz takes you from an initial seed-idea to a great sounding demo song, showing you how to find the best tempo, meter, and key; add in vocals, drums, and hooks; and put together a dynamic mix using effects like EQ, compression, and reverb and delay. These 10 simple steps can guide anyone with an idea and a little musical ability through the process of capturing a song idea before the inspiration fades.

Look for more courses in our Songwriting series in 2014! We'll cover Logic, GarageBand, and other popular DAWs.


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History - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 16:01
Bonenberger, Adrian, author
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El bachiller Manuel Toro, mensajero del 25 de mayo de 1809

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Lofstrom, William Lee, 1939-
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Flying down to Rio

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Senran no naka no jōhō dentatsu :

History - Thu, 04/24/2014 - 16:01
Sakai, Kimi, 1947- author
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Shisha no hataraki to Edo jidai :

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Fukaya, Katsumi, author
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The gay divorcee

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Roberta

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Shall we dance

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Carefree

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