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Web as History

Web as History Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Niels Brügger,Ralph Schroeder
Editor: UCL Press
ISBN: 1911307568
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Web as History by Niels Brügger,Ralph Schroeder Summary

The World Wide Web has now been in use for more than 20 years. From early browsers to today’s principal source of information, entertainment and much else, the Web is an integral part of our daily lives, to the extent that some people believe ‘if it’s not online, it doesn’t exist.’ While this statement is not entirely true, it is becoming increasingly accurate, and reflects the Web’s role as an indispensable treasure trove. It is curious, therefore, that historians and social scientists have thus far made little use of the Web to investigate historical patterns of culture and society, despite making good use of letters, novels, newspapers, radio and television programmes, and other pre-digital artefacts.This volume argues that now is the time to ask what we have learnt from the Web so far. The 12 chapters explore this topic from a number of interdisciplinary angles – through histories of national web spaces and case studies of different government and media domains – as well as an introduction that provides an overview of this exciting new area of research.

My Fair Assassin

My Fair Assassin Pdf/ePub eBook Author: C.J. Anaya
Editor: C.J. Anaya Publishing LLC
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My Fair Assassin by C.J. Anaya Summary

A Top Ten Finalist in the 2018 Author Academy Awards, YA Category It's not everyday a teenage girl is singled out for assassination. Crysta has come to accept that she is freakishly different. Her shocking white hair, creepy powers, and weird eating habits prevent her from fitting in with her various foster families. Now that she is fully emancipated and providing for herself, she hopes her life will become something halfway normal. Her hopes are shattered when a dangerous man with lethal intent breaks into her apartment, but this enticing stranger isn't what he seems. Is he here to kill her or protect her from others who will? My Fair Assassin is a romantic love story with elements of paranormal and urban fantasy woven in for an entertaining read. Adults and teens alike will enjoy getting lost in the pages of Crysta's story as she finally comes to accept who she is...or rather what she is. " CJ Anaya uses her entertaining story to address issues of self-esteem. Fine writing with an entertaining story supportive of real life differences." - Grady Harp, Amazon Hall Of Fame Top 100 Reviewer "My Fair Assassin is a rare gem in the Paranormal Romance genre. The two main leads are both enjoyable, the writing is engaging, and the alterations to traditional faerie lore lend themselves to some fun and creative world building. As someone who was in high school when Twilight was getting big, I honestly thought I’d seen it all when it came to YA Paranormal Romance. I’m so glad Anaya proved me wrong." -Tay LaRoi, author and book blogger You will enjoy this book if you like: fairy royalty fae romances science fiction and urban fantasy mythical worlds mythical creatures teen paranormal romance myths and legends fairy tales and folklore

The Bone Sparrow

The Bone Sparrow Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Zana Fraillon
Editor: Orion Children\'s Books
ISBN: 1510101594
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The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon Summary

Winner of the CILIP Amnesty Honour 2017. Shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize and the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2017. Perfect for fans of THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS. This is a beautiful, vivid and deeply moving story about a refugee boy who has spent his entire life living in a detention centre. This novel reminds us all of the importance of freedom, hope, and the power of a story to speak for anyone who's ever struggled to find a safe home. '...a special book' - Morris Gleitzman, author of the acclaimed ONCE series Born in a refugee camp, all Subhi knows of the world is that he's at least 19 fence diamonds high, the nice Jackets never stay long, and at night he dreams that the sea finds its way to his tent, bringing with it unusual treasures. And one day it brings him Jimmie. Carrying a notebook that she's unable to read and wearing a sparrow made out of bone around her neck - both talismans of her family's past and the mother she's lost - Jimmie strikes up an unlikely friendship with Subhi beyond the fence. As he reads aloud the tale of how Jimmie's family came to be, both children discover the importance of their own stories in writing their futures.

Small Cities with Big Dreams

Small Cities with Big Dreams Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Greg Richards,Lian Duif
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351201174
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Small Cities with Big Dreams by Greg Richards,Lian Duif Summary

How can small cities make an impact in a globalizing world dominated by ‘world cities’ and urban development strategies aimed at increasing agglomeration? This book addresses the challenges of smaller cities trying to put themselves on the map, attract resources and initiate development. Placemaking has become an important tool for driving urban development that is sensitive to the needs of communities. This volume examines the development of creative placemaking practices that can help to link small cities to external networks, stimulate collaboration and help them make the most of the opportunities presented by the knowledge economy. The authors argue that the adoption of more strategic, holistic placemaking strategies that engage all stakeholders can be a successful alternative to copying bigger places. Drawing on a range of examples from around the world, they analyse small city development strategies and identify key success factors. This book focuses on the case of ‘s-Hertogenbosch, a small Dutch city that used cultural programming to link itself to global networks and stimulate economic, cultural, social and creative development. It advocates the use of cultural programming strategies as a more flexible alternative to traditional top-down planning approaches and as a means of avoiding copying the big city.