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A journey through the best cities in the world. This mini edition transforms Lonely Planet's bestselling The Cities Book from essential coffee-table tome to constant bedside companion. The full-colour edition highlights the clamour and throng of our favourite urban landscapes. Filled with breathtaking photography, perfect for the armchair traveller.
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About Lonely Planet : Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places where they travel.
TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards 2012 and 2013 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category
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Hsu and Pant in Innovative Planning for Electronic Commerce and Enterprises: A Reference Model have proposed a management planning model for developing strategic goals for e-commerce enterprises. The authors feel they may be provocative sometimes; however, the field is so new that there is no working model for an e-commerce enterprise with a proven success record.
For any journey, it is often best to have a map. For libraries and librarians, that map is often a living document that speaks to where the organization is today, where the planners intend to take it in the future, and how to get there. Here is a structured tool for your public library's planning process. Tom Hennen, creator of the Hennen American Public Library Ratings (HAPLR), covers all key area of library development - budgeting, governance and administration, electronic services, collection development, technology, access and facilities, staffing and personnel, and more. A wide range of checklists are provided to help assess the quality of everything from the library director, the integrated system, or even the meeting facilities. Reference tables help evaluate the library's needs for FTE staffing, collection holdings, hours of operation, material expenditures and more. Even better, the CD-Rom calculates many of these numbers for your particular libraryl Policy development is covered with sample mission statements and policies for Volunteers and Friends, Internet Use, Disasters, and more, usable in large and small libraries alike. The step-by-step guide provides practical advice for all aspects of creating a plan, from creating a committee to long-range directions, and communicating results. The numbers - statistics, data, surveys, and even percentile comparisons - are tackled in a straight-forward, understandable manner. The companion, Interactive CD-ROM features more than 50 checklists and ""fill in the blank"" forms and a calculator for your library's individual needs. This is an essential resource for charting and navigating your public library's future.
I wrote this book for two reasons. The first was to share what I now know so that others wouldn't have to make all the same mistakes I did. The second was to try to earn a little more money from the knowledge I have gained. This is not a get rich quick scheme. It's not a get rich slow scheme either. If I knew how to generate millions I wouldn't be spending time writing a book on internet marketing. I'd be sipping on a cold drink in some exotic location instead of hunched over a keyboard in my bedroom. This book contains the full details of the program that I have developed over years of trial, error, success and failure, to make an average of 500 a month with as little as 4 hours of work a week. You can follow along to establish your own reliable source of income.
Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Stored ECGs instructs the reader on the appropriate and optimal reading of device diagnostics in clinical practice using a format developed around low text volume, charts, and practical (hands-on) protocols that can be used directly during ICD follow-up. This concise didactic reference book provides clinical information via the use of images to illustrate specific diagnostic features in defibrillator therapy. The first part consists of chapters on defibrillator diagnostics, followed by case-based presentations with images, actual patient histories and a summary paragraph. All common and some rarer situations are covered.
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