Sunday, October 30, 2011

Karl Ludwig Sand Celebrated Crimes

Karl Ludwig Sand Celebrated Crimes

Quote, "March 23, 1819, Karl-Ludwig Sand murdered August von Kotzebue, a playwright in the service of the Russian government, because of his criticism of the student associations and their nationalist yearnings. The idealization of Sand, who was beheaded in 1820, shows just how widespread the disaffection with the reactionary "Metternich System" was. Fragments of his scaffold were venerated like relics, lithographs depicting the stations of his life and numerous portraits expressed utter repudiation of the German Confederation's policies of repression."

The Newbies Guide to Web design

Here's a summary of everything you will learn in this information-packed resource...

From the basics:

Why you really do need a website...
Make money online
Post your online resume, easily updated, easily available, with interactive links to really show what you've done in past jobs or education
Keep up with friends and family - announce a new engagement, wedding, baby, achievement, job, move

Simplifying the jargon - then using it

Know your COM, BIZ, NET, ORG, INFO, WS, etc.
Know what you don't need to know about HTML, JAVA, PHP, ASP, etc. - and what you do

How do they do that? And should you?

Spinning, bouncing, fading pop-ups
Animated GIFs
Streaming audio/video

The myth of the all-knowing programmer or site designer
Most use the same tools available to you
A lot of those tools are free
Many are no more difficult to use than clicking a mouse button

Advertise your current brick-and-mortar (offline) business
Provide a map to your store or office
Offer "specials" you can change daily without spending a dime
Showcase your service or product

Start a new business online

Or expand the one you have to as large a customer base as you desire
A website can focus tightly on a single city, even a neighborhood
Or it can bring in new customers from all over the planet

Learn the history of the Net, how it came to be, where it's at, where it's going
Not knowing this is like voting with no knowledge of democracy or the candidates and issues
Your choice: Teach your children - or hope they will teach you

Victorious: Music From The Hit TV Show

Victorious: Music From The Hit TV Show
The soundtrack to Victorious, the latest hit TV show from Nickelodeon, features original music performed by Victoria Justice and the ensemble cast. The CD includes the hits “Freak The Freak Out,” “Beggin’ On Your Knees” and “Best Friend’s Brother.” It also includes a remake of the Jackson Five classic “I Want You Back” as well as the smash mashup “Leave It All To Shine” which was featured in the iCarly/Victorious crossover episode. Since its premiere, Victorious has been the Number One program in its timeslot on all TV with tweens and teens. Victorious is created and executive produced by Dan Schneider, who also created other Nickelodeon hits iCarly, Drake & Josh, and Zoey 101.

Atists: Victorious Cast Featuring Victoria Justice

Audio CD:

Company: Sony Music Distribution

List Price: $11.98

Amazon Price: $8.14

Used Price: $7.76