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Posted by: sashuel at Feb 24th, 2016, 8:27 am in Magazines

Computer Music - April 2016
Requirements: PDF Reader 40.4 MB
Overview: The complete guide to making music with a computer
Computer Music's goal is to help its readers create great music with a PC or Mac. Each month find easy-to-follow tutorials for all sorts of music software, unbiased reviews of the latest products and answers to technical questions.
Genre: Magazine

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Posted by: sashuel at Feb 24th, 2016, 8:25 am in Magazines

3D Artist - Issue 91, 2016
Requirements: PDF Reader 52 MB
Overview: The must-have magazine for the 3D art community
3D Artist magazine is a luxury title for fans of 3D software and the phenomenal images that can be created. Each issue is packed with advice and inspiration for 3D devotees, all written by first-class artists. The tutorials give readers valuable insight into the techniques used by 3D professionals, while interviews and features focus on the latest projects being created by commercial studios and freelancers. 3D Artist looks at the entire 3D world, from TV and architecture design, through to film work, concept art and character development. The unique 'Workspace' mini-mag is for people training for a 3D career and shines the spotlight on 3D university and college courses, in addition to specific career advice from experts in the field, interviews with 3D studios and recruitment agencies, plus tips for anyone starting out as a freelancer.
Genre: Magazine

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Posted by: oldtart26 at Feb 24th, 2016, 8:11 am in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Blue Words by M.C. Edwards
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 418 kB
Overview: Shed the blood. Speak the words. Change the world.......Blue Words.

Common threads have always woven through the world's mythology and folklore, strings which seem to link cultures divided by the vastness of oceans and time. Have you ever wondered why? What if I told you that they all stem from a single origin.....the Varth-lokkr. Within this ancient creature's blood, stirs the power to save or enslave the world as we know it, a power ignited by a simple word. But which does it truly desire?
This dark urban fantasy follows one of these creatures through its emergence into 21st century Australia. It chronicles the rise of those who oppose it, those who ally themselves with it and those who are unwillingly drawn into its wake.
Genre: Dark Fantasy

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Posted by: oldtart26 at Feb 24th, 2016, 8:07 am in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Blood Song by Robert Mullin (The Wells of the Worlds Prequel)
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 2.11 mb
Overview: In BID THE GODS ARISE, readers were introduced to the hardened gladiatrix, Dania. Now, in this standalone prequel novella, we learn the story of how the orphaned pickpocket comes of age and grows to become the Blood Goddess of the gladiatorial arena of a distant world.

Young Dania never imagined a life beyond the caravan and her cutpurse youth, but when she is kidnapped and sold as a slave, her life takes a violent turn. Raised in the barracks of a pit-fighting compound, she yearns to return to her beloved home. Misled, seduced, and betrayed, will she choose freedom ... or revenge?
Genre: Dark Fantasy

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Posted by: tarantoga at Feb 24th, 2016, 7:57 am in General Fiction/Classics

Conquering Horse (Buckskin Man Tales, Book 1) by Frederick Manfred
Requirements: ePUB reader, 1.4 MB
Overview: High on a remote butte, a young Sioux waits. Though daring in battle, skillful, and strong, he cannot be a man until his spiritual vision comes. When it appears, he must interpret it correctly to know who he is, and he must deserve it or continue to be called No Name.
No Name has his vision, a glowing white mare who walks among the stars. She tells No Name his destiny and how to achieve it. He must pass through hostile camps, storm, and fire, risking his life many times to become Conquering Horse, chief of the Sioux.

Conquering Horse is the first of Frederick Manfred’s five-volume series, The Buckskin Man Tales.
Genre: Historical Fiction

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Posted by: tarantoga at Feb 24th, 2016, 7:46 am in Cooking

Death by Chocolate Cakes: An Astonishing Array of Chocolate Enchantments by Marcel Desaulniers
Requirements: ePUB reader, 105 MB
Overview: For the chocolate lover, there is nothing like biting into a rich, dark slice of chocolate cake. More than a mouthful of something wonderful, it's a chocolate celebration. And nobody knows how to celebrate chocolate cakes better than the "guru of ganache," chef Marcel Desaulniers.

In Death by Chocolate Cakes, Marcel serves up some of his most inventive, most sinful, most seductive chocolate creations ever. His Chocolate Heart of Darkness cakes are the ultimate cupcakes. The secret–a melted chocolate truffle center. For an unforgettable birthday cake, serve the one he created for Julia Child: a ganache-covered chocolate almond cake with red raspberry mousse.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Cooking

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Posted by: AquilaLorelei at Feb 24th, 2016, 7:25 am in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Beyond the Wildlands and Tales of Folk and Faery by Lana Axe
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 330 Kb
Overview: Lana Axe lives in the Missouri countryside surrounded by dogs, cats, birds and reptiles. She spends most of her free time daydreaming about elves, magic, and far-away lands.
Genre: Fantasy

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Posted by: PollyannaRoe at Feb 24th, 2016, 6:43 am in General

Beyond Smoke and Mirrors: Mexican Immigration in an Era of Economic Integration by Douglas S. Massey & Jorge Durand & Nolan J. Malone
Requirements: ePUB or AZW3 reader, 2.72 MB
Overview: Migration between Mexico and the United States is part of a historical process of increasing North American integration. This process acquired new momentum with the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994, which lowered barriers to the movement of goods, capital, services, and information. But rather than include labor in this new regime, the United States continues to resist the integration of the labor markets of the two countries. Instead of easing restrictions on Mexican labor, the United States has militarized its border and adopted restrictive new policies of immigrant disenfranchisement. Beyond Smoke and Mirrors examines the devastating impact of these immigration policies on the social and economic fabric of the Mexico and the United States, and calls for a sweeping reform of the current system.

Beyond Smoke and Mirrors shows how U.S. immigration policies enacted between 1986–1996—largely for symbolic domestic political purposes—harm the interests of Mexico, the United States, and the people who migrate between them. The costs have been high. The book documents how the massive expansion of border enforcement has wasted billions of dollars and hundreds of lives, yet has not deterred increasing numbers of undocumented immigrants from heading north. The authors also show how the new policies unleashed a host of unintended consequences: a shift away from seasonal, circular migration toward permanent settlement; the creation of a black market for Mexican labor; the transformation of Mexican immigration from a regional phenomenon into a broad social movement touching every region of the country; and even the lowering of wages for legal U.S. residents. What had been a relatively open and benign labor process before 1986 was transformed into an exploitative underground system of labor coercion, one that lowered wages and working conditions of undocumented migrants, legal immigrants, and American citizens alike.

Beyond Smoke and Mirrors offers specific proposals for repairing the damage. Rather than denying the reality of labor migration, the authors recommend regularizing it and working to manage it so as to promote economic development in Mexico, minimize costs and disruptions for the United States, and maximize benefits for all concerned. This book provides an essential "user's manual" for readers seeking a historical, theoretical, and substantive understanding of how U.S. policy on Mexican immigration evolved to its current dysfunctional state, as well as how it might be fixed.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences > Social Sciences > Emigration & Immigration

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