Access 2010 Programmer?s Reference
A comprehensive guide to programming for Access 2010 and 2007
Millions of people use the Access database applications, and hundreds of thousands of developers work with Access daily....
Understanding Global Trade
Understanding Global Trade...
Globish – How the English Language Became the World?s Language
Globish – How the English Language Became the World?s Language...
Java Generics and Collections
Java Generics and Collections...
In today's world, security is a top concern for businesses worldwide. Without a secure computer system, you don't make money, you don't expand, and - bottom line - you don't survive. Cryptography holds great promise as the technology to provide security in cyberspace. Amazingly enough, no literature exists about how to implement cryptography and how to incorporate it into real-world systems. With Practical Cryptography, an author team of international renown provides you with the first hands-on cryptographic product implementation guide, bridging the gap between cryptographic theory and real-world cryptographic applications.
This follow-up guide to the bestselling Applied Cryptography dives in and explains the how-to of cryptography. You'll find discussions on: Practical rules for choosing and using cryptographic primitives, from block ciphers to digital signatures
Implementing cryptographic algorithms and systems in a secure way on today's computers
A consistent design philosophy to ensure that every part of the system achieves the required security level
Why security affects every part of the system, and why it has to be a primary goal of the project
How simple interfaces for cryptographic primitives reduce system complexity and increase system security ...
Some Account of the Public Life, and a Selection from the Unpublished Writings, of the Earl of Macartney 2 Volume Set (Cambridge Library Collection - Travel and Exploration)
The British statesman George Macartney (1737-1806) had a long and distinguished career, holding posts including the governorships of Grenada and Madras. He also undertook high-profile diplomatic missions to Russia and China. This two-volume 1807...
Drugs For Less. The Complete Guide to Free and Discounted Prescription Drugs
Over 40 million Americans lack health insurance. Another 40 million Americans are insured by Medicare and do not have prescription medications as a covered benefit. The 50 million covered by Medicaid are threatened by reduced benefits and limited formulary coverage. Even the 74 million Baby Boomers with health insurance are impacted, as pharmaceutical companies pass their costs on in the form of higher co-pays and insurance premiums. We all are affected by the problem of rising prescription drug costs. Drugs for Less is the answer to the problem. Empowering consumers with needed information, the book outlines seven simple strategies to reduce rising pharmaceutical prices. Here, for example, are tips on how to ensure that drugs you buy online are safe, guidelines on how to slice medications, and information on which generic drugs are more effective than the expensive brand-name versions. Most importantly, the book includes an extensive directory of the 250 most commonly prescribed medications with specific information on how to save money on that drug. Making sense of the convoluted system of pricing drugs and showing you how to beat it, Drugs for Less is the best investment you can make in your health....
The Wall Street Waltz
The Strangeness of Beauty
The Strangeness of Beauty...
Get Me Out: A History of Childbirth from the Garden of Eden to the Sperm Bank
Making and having babies-what it takes to get pregnant, stay pregnant, and deliver-has mystified women and men for the whole of human history. The birth gurus of ancient times told newlyweds that simultaneous orgasms were necessary for conception and that during pregnancy a woman should drink red wine but not too much and have sex but not too frequently. Over the last one hundred years, depending on the latest prevailing advice, women have taken morphine, practiced Lamaze, relied on ultrasound images, sampled fertility drugs, and shopped at sperm banks. In Get Me Out, the insatiably curious Randi Hutter Epstein journeys through history, fads, and fables, and to the fringe of science, where audacious researchers have gone to extreme measures to get healthy babies out of mothers. Here is an entertaining must-read-and an enlightening celebration of human life....