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Posted by: moneyguzzler at 11 minutes ago in Magazines & Newspapers

Future's Series: Classic Gaming Vol 5
Requirements: .PDF reader, 25 MB
Overview: It doesn’t matter whether you got your first taste of gaming on the ZX Spectrum in the ‘80s, or the PlayStation in the ‘90s, or even the Xbox One yesterday, this guide takes you right back to that magical moment when you first picked up the controller – whenever that might have been.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Posted by: juandelacruz at 53 minutes ago in Romance

Three for a Witch by Lucy Auburn
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 227 kb
Overview: I did a spell to bring them back. My wild boys, who made me whole: Orlando, Roman, and Jack.

I was heartbroken. I was drunk. And now I’ve called them to me with witchcraft.

Come back to me, I long for you.

But things have changed since we were fourteen. There are cracks and missing pieces. And somewhere out there in the woods, a darkness lurks… a darkness coming for us all.

I just hope we can reunite in time to face it, or we might not live to see tomorrow.
Genre: Fiction > Romance

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Posted by: moneyguzzler at Today, 3:18 am in Audiobooks

Evil Has a Name: The Untold Story of the Golden State Killer Investigation [Audiobook] by Paul Holes, Jim Clemente, Peter McDonnell, Narrators: Paul Holes, Jim Clemente
Requirements: .M4B Player, 64 kbps | Duration: 6 hrs 13 mins | 342 MB
Overview: The Golden State Killer. The East Area Rapist. The Original Night Stalker. The Visalia Ransacker.

The monster who preyed on Californians from 1976 to 1986 was known by many aliases. And while numerous police sketches tried to capture his often-masked visage, the Golden State Killer spent more than 40 years not only faceless, but nameless.

For his victims, for their families and for the investigators tasked with finding him, the senselessness and brutality of the Golden State Killer's acts were matched only by the powerlessness they felt at failing to uncover his identity. To be sure, the chances of obtaining closure - or any form of justice - after so many years were slim to none, at best.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Posted by: moneyguzzler at Today, 3:13 am in Audiobooks

Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo [Audiobook] by Nicholas de Monchaux, Narrator: Bronson Pinchot
Requirements: .M4B Player, 64 kbps | Duration: 10 hrs 18 mins | 280 MB
Overview: When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the lunar surface in July of 1969, they wore spacesuits made by Playtex: 21 layers of fabric, each with a distinct yet interrelated function, custom-sewn for them by seamstresses whose usual work was fashioning bras and girdles. This book is the story of that spacesuit. It is a story of the triumph over the military-industrial complex by the International Latex Corporation, best known by its consumer brand of "Playtex" - a victory of elegant softness over engineered hardness, of adaptation over cybernetics.

Playtex's spacesuit went up against hard armor-like spacesuits designed by military contractors and favored by NASA's engineers. It was only when those attempts failed - when traditional engineering firms could not integrate the body into mission requirements - that Playtex, with its intimate expertise, got the job.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Posted by: notengos at Today, 2:53 am in General

Nanga Parbat Pilgrimage: The great mountaineering classic by Hermann Buhl
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.4MB
Overview: In 1953 Hermann Buhl made the first ascent of Nanga Parbat - the ninth-highest mountain in the world, and the third 8,000-metre peak to be climbed, following Annapurna and Everest. It was one of the most incredible and committed climbs ever made. Continuing alone and without supplementary oxygen, Buhl made a dash for the summit after his partners turned back. On a mountain that had claimed thirty-one lives, an exhausted Buhl waded through deep snow and climbed over technical ground to reach the summit, driven on by an 'irresistible urge'. After a night spent standing on a small ledge at over 8,000 metres, Buhl returned forty-one hours later, exhausted and at the very limit of his endurance. Written shortly after Buhl's return from the mountain, Nanga Parbat Pilgrimage is a classic of mountaineering literature that has inspired thousands of climbers. It follows Buhl's inexorable rise from rock climber to alpinist to mountaineer, until, almost inevitably, he makes his phenomenal Nanga Parbat climb. Buhl's book, and ascent, reminded everyone that, while the mountains could never be conquered, they could be climbed with sufficient enthusiasm, spirit and dedication.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Posted by: moneyguzzler at Today, 2:13 am in Magazines & Newspapers

Future's Series: Windows 10 the Complete Manual 9th Edition
Requirements: .PDF reader, 19 mb
Overview: The Start menu is back! Having revolutionised their system with Windows 8, Microsoft have now integrated what they brought to Windows 8 into what we all loved about Windows 10. Discover the brand-new features of the platform, such as Edge, Cortana and Groove Music and get more from the new system, including the new anniversary update! Featuring: Introducing Windows 10 – A simple guide to it’s main features. Set up your Windows 10 – Help setting up your Windows machine for the first time. Getting started – Tips and tricks for some of Windows’s amazing features. Top tips – Delve deeper into the Windows 10 interface.
Genre: Magazines & Newspapers

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Posted by: openmind7 at Today, 2:10 am in Audiobooks

The Wave in the Mind: Talks and Essays on the Writer, the Reader, and the Imagination by Ursula K. Le Guin (Author), Christina Moore (Narrator)
Requirements: .MP3 Player, 64 kbps, Duration: 10 hours 15 minutes, 254 MB
Overview: Join Ursula K. Le Guin as she explores a broad array of subjects, ranging from Tolstoy, Twain, and Tolkien to women's shoes, beauty, and family life. With her customary wit, intelligence, and literary craftsmanship, she offers a diverse and highly engaging set of stories.

The Wave in the Mind includes some of Le Guin's finest literary criticism, rare autobiographical writings, performance-art pieces, and most centrally, her reflections on the arts of writing and reading.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction | History & Criticism; Writing

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Posted by: notengos at Today, 2:03 am in History

Fugitive Modernities: Kisama and the Politics of Freedom by Jessica A. Krug
Requirements: .PDF reader, 2.4MB
Overview: During the early seventeenth century, Kisama emerged in West Central Africa (present-day Angola) as communities and an identity for those fleeing expanding states and the violence of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. The fugitives mounted effective resistance to European colonialism despite—or because of—the absence of centralized authority or a common language. In Fugitive Modernities Jessica A. Krug offers a continent- and century-spanning narrative exploring Kisama's intellectual, political, and social histories. Those who became Kisama forged a transnational reputation for resistance, and by refusing to organize their society around warrior identities, they created viable social and political lives beyond the bounds of states and the ruthless market economy of slavery. Krug follows the idea of Kisama to the Americas, where fugitives in the New Kingdom of Grenada (present-day Colombia) and Brazil used it as a means of articulating politics in fugitive slave communities. By tracing the movement of African ideas, rather than African bodies, Krug models new methods for grappling with politics and the past, while showing how the history of Kisama and its legacy as a global symbol of resistance that has evaded state capture offers essential lessons for those working to build new and just societies.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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