Magic Tools for Game Development A list of game development resources to make magic happen. Created by awesome people for awesome people. This awesome collection is also available on Game-Development.ZEEF.com 30 Medieval Texts Translated in 2016 From biographies of the leading warriors to the grumbling of a government official, here are thirty medieval texts that have been translated in 2016. Chronicles, law books, letter collections, religious and literary works were among those edited and translated this year, many for the first time. 1. The Chivalric Biography of Boucicaut, Jean II le Meingre Reading, Commonplace Books Austen, Thomas, Rev., compiler. Occasional Meditations: Compiled from Various Authors as They Accidentally Came to Hand / by Me T. Austen of Rochester, April 15th, 1770: Manuscript, 1770–1782. MS Eng 613. Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
From Book Oven to PressBooks, Hugh McGuire Shares His Startup Story Hugh McGuire is a well known Montreal entrepreneur. In fact, he’s known all over the world. Hugh is the founder of LibriVox, the largest catalog of audio books from the public domain. It’s a great service and continues to grow. A few years ago, Hugh decided to take a crack at building a “for-profit” company called Book Oven. The goal was to build a platform for book publishing. MAX — The Creativity Conference Maira Kalman was born in Tel Aviv and moved to New York with her family at the age of four. She was raised in bucolic Riverdale, the Bronx. She now lives in Manhattan. Maira has written and illustrated Eighteen children’s books, including Ooh-‐la-‐la-‐Max in Love, What Pete Ate, Fireboat: The Heroic Adventures of the John J.
Strabo, Geography, NOTICE. THE present translation of Strabo, the great Geographer of Antiquity, is the first which has been laid before the English public. It is curious that a classic of so much renown and intrinsic value should have remained a comparatively sealed book to this country for so many centuries; yet such is the fact. It is true that the imperfect state of the Greek text, and the difficulty of geographical identification, have always been appalling obstacles; yet, after the acute and valuable labours of Gossellin, Du Theil, Groskurd, and especially of Gustav Cramer of Berlin, (whose text is followed in the present volume,) we might fairly have expected that some English scholar would have ventured to enter the field. But the task, like many in a similar position, has been reserved for the publisher of the Classical Library, and he trusts it will be found conscientiously fulfilled. The translation was, in the first instance, intrusted to Mr.
Avoiding Plagiarism: Quoting and Paraphrasing Introducing a quotation One of your jobs as a writer is to guide your reader through your text. Don't simply drop quotations into your paper and leave it to the reader to make connections. Integrating a quotation into your text usually involves two elements: A signal that a quotation is coming--generally the author's name and/or a reference to the work An assertion that indicates the relationship of the quotation to your text Often both the signal and the assertion appear in a single introductory statement, as in the example below.
Infographic: The Affordable Future of College Textbooks - Nicholas Jackson - Technology The average college student spends about $900 every year just on textbooks. That, in addition to rising tuition costs, boarding costs and activity fees, is making college more expensive than it's ever been. Publishing pioneers and textbook innovators are pushing open textbooks, or works that students can read digitally, print out on their own or buy in a more traditional format. With reduced distribution costs, open source textbooks should save students some money while also allowing them to digest new information in their chosen format. OnlineSchools.org put together an infographic that covers the movement to get more open textbooks on the market.
Guide to Windows Server Editions and Licensing Windows Server is a server operating system that enables a computer to handle network roles such as print server, domain controller, web server, and file server. As a server operating system, it is also the platform for separately acquired server applications such as Exchange Server or SQL Server. You can use this guide to find the Windows Server edition and licenses appropriate for your organization's needs. Editions Microsoft offers Windows Server through TechSoup in the Standard, Datacenter, and Essentials editions. The Standard and Datacenter editions share most of the same features; the primary difference is the number of virtual instances of the server software you are allowed to run. Device Mode Mobile Emulation As your mobile audience grows, responsive mobile-friendly web design becomes all the more important. Web content needs to look and feel great across a wide variety of devices and network conditions. But testing the quality of your mobile experiences takes longer and makes debugging more complex. Device mode brings the insights of mobile testing to your browser tab through the power of mobile emulation.
The Predicable Universal as Mental Word (A section from the diss. Presumes some things said earlier which are not posted. Some details added which didn’t fi in the original.) In the eighth question of de potentia, St. Thomas argues that: The conception [of the intellect] is considered as the term of an action, and as something constituted by it. Helpful PDF Downloads 便利なPDFダウンロード集 トラベラーズノートに貼って便利な情報画像です。（PDF形式のデータです） お手持ちのプリンターで印刷し、切り取ってノートに貼ってください。 This is a collection of downloadable images, in PDF format, you can paste to your TRAVELER’S. Print them out with your printer, cut your favorite images out, and paste them to your notebook. 01 Subway route maps (JAPAN) / 地下鉄路線図 （日本） TOKYO 東京 (PDF 0.5MB)
Hyphenation in NOOK Color What I really wanted to be writing about today was my new miniguide about, uh, well I'll tell you soon, which is all ready to go, but unfortunately not yet available on my shopping cart site. As soon as it is, I'll announce it here. (It's pretty cool :) Meanwhile, I've been working a lot with the NOOK Color and noticed that it was mangling my headlines, putting hyphens in even though I don't want them, and even cutting off the end of words sometimes. This despite using the standard CSS hyphen controls that I explained in this article here in February.