Moleskine Evernote Smart Notebook Ruled Carnet Ligne Smart Pour Evernote
The new Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine uses Evernote's Page Camera feature to capture the pages of your notebook with your smartphone or tablet. Plus, each Evernote Smart Notebook comes with a 3 month Evernote Premium subscription! Evernote Page Camera is the iOS version for iPhone and iPad. Evernote Ruled Smart Notebook features the unique "Evernote ruled" page style with dotted lines designed to ensure a clean image when digitally capturing your notebook. Smart Stickers introduce Smart Tagging into your workflow. When you capture a page with Evernote, the Smart Sticker icons become searchable, digital tags that make it easy to keep your ideas organized and to keep your digital and analog workspaces synced. Each Evernote Smart Notebook comes with 3 months of Evernote Premium, which offers a number of added features to make your newly-digitized, handwritten content more accessible, searchable, and shareable. Included in the back of each Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine is a comprehensive how-to-use guide, as well as your unique code and a step-by-step method to activate your Evernote Premium membership! Write, sketch, or draw in the specially designed Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine. Take a photo of any page in this book with the Evernote Page Camera and it instantly becomes digital so that you can save it, search it and share it with the world. Once in Evernote, you can search for your handwritten notes by keyword, tag, or just visually browse. Specifications: - Layout: Ruled Paper - Dimensions: 5" x 8-1/4" - Hard Cover with elastic closure and bookmark ribbon. - Color: Black - Pages: 240 - Internal Accordion Pocket - Paper Weight: 70 gsm/47 lb.; FSC Certified Paper; Acid-Free (pH Neutral)
Moleskine City Notebook Kyoto Pocket Black Hard Cover 3 5 x 5 5
Ideal for both visitors and city dwellers alike, this guidebook lets you organize things you want to keep for future reference or for your records such as the names and addresses of restaurants, shops, friends, hotels, or tourist sites.The Key Map summarizes the overall layout of the city, including large-scale maps of the city centre, an alphabetical street index, and map of the metro system.Up to 76 blank pages gives you all the space you need to write, jot down useful information, and record your thoughts, stories, and memories.A personal 96-page archive keeps everything that matters most at your fingertips. 12 translucent sticky sheets, to overlay and re-position, allow you to trace your route as you go.Bon voyage with Moleskine City Notebooks, the first guidebook you write yourself.
Moleskine City Notebook Berlin Pocket Black Hard Cover 3 5 x 5 5
Ideal for both visitors and city dwellers alike, the Moleskine City Notebook - Berlin lets you organize things you want to keep for future reference or for your records such as the names and addresses of restaurants, shops, friends, hotels, or tourist sites. The Key Map summarizes the overall layout of the city, including large-scale maps of the city center, an alphabetical street index, and map of the metro system. Up to 76 blank pages gives you all the space you need to write, jot down useful information, and record your thoughts, stories, and memories. A personal 96-page archive keeps everything that matters most at your fingertips. 12 translucent sticky sheets, to overlay and re-position, allow you to trace your route as you go. Bon voyage with Moleskine City Notebooks, the first guidebook you write yourself. Specifications: - Layout: Structured - Dimensions: 3-1/2" x 5-1/2" - Hard Cover with elastic closure and bookmark ribbon. - Color: Black - Pages: 228; 32 Removable Sheets - Expandable Inner Pocket - Paper Weight: 70 gsm/47 lb.; FSC Certified Paper; Acid-Free (pH Neutral)
Moleskine Address Book Large
The Moleskine Large Address book was inspired by the classic Moleskine Ruled notebook this address book is perfect for keeping track of all of your important contacts through its ruled pages. It has laminated A-Z alphabetical tabs, facilitating an easy and flexible way to organize your information. Every Moleskine product is thread bound and has a cardboard bound cover with rounded corners, acid free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure and an expandable inner pocket that contains the Moleskine history. Specifications: - Layout: Structured - Dimensions: 5" x 8-1/4" - Hard Cover with elastic closure and bookmark ribbon. - Color: Black - Pages: 240 - Paper Weight: 70 gsm/47 lb.; FSC Certified Paper; Acid-Free (pH Neutral) - Internal Accordion Pocket
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The CV Book
The CV Bookis the definitive book on CV writing. it provides help, advice and templates from The CV Centre, the UK’s leading CV consultancy, based on many years’ experience and encompassing principles tried, tested and proven on a daily basis. Focussed on market needs - evidence-based and developed entirely from customer information. USP - 15 most common mistakes. Sales channel through author's own company and publicity. Added value - templated and website material.
Reconsidering Social Constructionism
With the impact of social interactionist and ethnographic methodology twenty-five years ago, the research agenda in social problems began to shift its focus, giving rise to the Social Constructionism movement. The present volume and the related shorter text, Constructionist Controversies, review the substantial contributions made by social constructionist theorists over that period, as well as recent debates about the future of the perspective. These contributions redefine the purpose and central questions of social problems theory and articulate a research program for analyzing social problems as social constructions. A generation of theorists has been trained in the constructionist perspective and has extended it through numerous analyses of diverse aspects of contemporary social life. The debates in this volume pose fundamental questions about the major assumptions of the perspective, the ways in which it is practiced, and the purposes of social problems theory. Their point of departure is Ibarra and Kitsuse's essay, cutting new theoretical ground in calling for "investigating vernacular resources, especially rhetorical forms, in the social problems process." Contributors are forceful proponents both within and outside of the social constructionist community, who take a broad array of positions on the current state of social problems theory and on the rhetorical forms that need exploring. They also lay down the general lines for diverse and often competing programs for the future development of the constructionist agenda. James A. Holstein is professor in and chair of the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences, Marquette University. He is the editor of Social Problems. He has published over three-dozen books on topics such as the family, metal health and illness, social problems, the self, and quantitative research methods. Gale Miller is professor of sociology, Marquette University. His recent research focuses on social problems theory, and the social organization and use of language in everyday life, particularly in human service organizations. He has published 24 books and many scholarly articles.
The End of Normal
From one of the most respected economic thinkers and writers of our time, a brilliant argument about the history and future of economic growth. The years since the Great Crisis of 2008 have seen slow growth, high unemployment, falling home values, chronic deficits, a deepening disaster in Europe—and a stale argument between two false solutions, “austerity” on one side and “stimulus” on the other. Both sides and practically all analyses of the crisis so far take for granted that the economic growth from the early 1950s until 2000—interrupted only by the troubled 1970s—represented a normal performance. From this perspective, the crisis was an interruption, caused by bad policy or bad people, and full recovery is to be expected if the cause is corrected. The End of Normal challenges this view. Placing the crisis in perspective, Galbraith argues that the 1970s already ended the age of easy growth. The 1980s and 1990s saw only uneven growth, with rising inequality within and between countries. And the 2000s saw the end even of that—despite frantic efforts to keep growth going with tax cuts, war spending, and financial deregulation. When the crisis finally came, stimulus and automatic stabilization were able to place a floor under economic collapse. But they are not able to bring about a return to high growth and full employment. In The End of Normal, “Galbraith puts his pessimism into an engaging, plausible frame. His contentions deserve the attention of all economists and serious financial minds across the political spectrum” (Publishers Weekly, starred review).
Discusses making a map of the conflict terrain and using lateral thinking to generate solutions.
What Is That Said the Cat
An assortment of animals tries different ways to get a big box open, only to be VERY surprised by what is inside.