Dreams Interpreted by Lizzie Cornwall

Dreams Interpreted: A Bedside Handbook Explaining Everything from Accordions and Acorns to Zebras and Zippers by Lizzie Cornwall
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 47,8 MB
Overview: A Perfect Resource for Analyzing and Interpreting All Kinds of Dreams! What did you last dream of? Were you soaring above city skyscrapers? Or perhaps you were dancing with hippopotamuses wearing hula skirts? This handy guide, which contains an A-Z of dream descriptions and their meanings, as well as fascinating facts about the brain and sleep, will help you to pinpoint what your unconscious mind is trying to tell you. It will teach you what various dreams mean.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Future Histories by Lizzie O’Shea

Future Histories: What Ada Lovelace, Tom Paine, and the Paris Commune Can Teach Us About Digital Technology by Lizzie O’Shea
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 244 MB
Overview: When we talk about technology we always talk about tomorrow and the future – which makes it hard to figure out how to even get there. In Future Histories, public interest lawyer and digital specialist Lizzie O’Shea argues that we need to stop looking forward and start looking backwards. Weaving together histories of computing and progressive social movements with modern theories of the mind, society, and self, O’Shea constructs a "usable past" that can help us determine our digital future.
What, she asks, can the Paris Commune tell us about earlier experiments in sharing resources – like the internet – in common? How can Frantz Fanon’s theories of anti-colonial self-determination help us build a digital world in which everyone can participate equally? Can debates over equal digital access be helped by American revolutionary Tom Paine’s theories of democratic, economic redistribution? What can indigenous land struggles teach us about stewarding our digital climate? And, how is Elon Musk not a future visionary but a steampunk throwback to Victorian-era technological utopians?
In engaging, sparkling prose, O’Shea shows us how very human our understanding of technology is, and how when we draw on the resources of the past, we can see the potential for struggle, for liberation, for art, and poetry in our technological present.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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Creative Felting by Lizzie Houghton

Creative Felting by Lizzie Houghton
Requirements: .PDF reader, 29.8 MB
Overview: Crafters are embracing felting as one of the most exciting and versatile techniques around-and textile artist Lizzie Houghton offers 30 stunning projects that truly stand out from the crowd. Her thorough, fully-illustrated tutorial in the basics will open the craft up to anyone: it includes everything from laying out the fabric and network felting to three-dimensional forms. Beginners then have the skills they need to create subtle variances in color; carry out bold, playful experiments; and work with traditional fibers as well as velvets, silks, and embroidery. The scarves, wraps, pillows, throws, and other felted designs all feature nature-inspired shades, from the fiery hues of chili and poppy and rust to the earthy tones of fern and moss.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General Crafts

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Lizzie Shane – Reality Romance Series

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Future Histories by Lizzie O’Shea

Future Histories by Lizzie O’Shea

Future Histories: What Ada Lovelace, Tom Paine, and the Paris Commune Can Teach Us About Digital Technology by Lizzie O’Shea
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1 MB
Overview: A highly engaging tour through progressive history in the service of emancipating our digital tomorrow.

When we talk about technology we always talk about tomorrow and the future – which makes it hard to figure out how to even get there. In Future Histories, public interest lawyer and digital specialist Lizzie O’Shea argues that we need to stop looking forward and start looking backwards. Weaving together histories of computing and progressive social movements with modern theories of the mind, society, and self, O’Shea constructs a "usable past" that can help us determine our digital future.

What, she asks, can the Paris Commune tell us about earlier experiments in sharing resources-like the Internet-in common? How can Frantz Fanon’s theories of anti colonial self-determination help us build digital world in which everyone can participate equally? Can debates over equal digital access be helped by American revolutionary Tom Paine’s theories of democratic, economic redistribution? What can indigenous land struggles teach us about stewarding our digital climate? And, how is Elon Musk not a future visionary but a steampunk throwback to Victorian-era technological utopians?

In engaging, sparkling prose, O’Shea shows us how very human our understanding of technology is, and how when we draw on the resources of the past, we can see the potential for struggle, for liberation, for art and poetry in our technological present. Future Histories is for all of us-makers, coders, hacktivists, Facebook-users, self-styled Luddites-who find ourselves in a brave new world.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Future Histories by Lizzie O’Shea

Future Histories: What Ada Lovelace, Tom Paine, and the Paris Commune Can Teach Us About Digital Technology by Lizzie O’Shea
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1 MB
Overview: A highly engaging tour through progressive history in the service of emancipating our digital tomorrow.

When we talk about technology we always talk about tomorrow and the future – which makes it hard to figure out how to even get there. In Future Histories, public interest lawyer and digital specialist Lizzie O’Shea argues that we need to stop looking forward and start looking backwards. Weaving together histories of computing and progressive social movements with modern theories of the mind, society, and self, O’Shea constructs a "usable past" that can help us determine our digital future.

What, she asks, can the Paris Commune tell us about earlier experiments in sharing resources-like the Internet-in common? How can Frantz Fanon’s theories of anti colonial self-determination help us build digital world in which everyone can participate equally? Can debates over equal digital access be helped by American revolutionary Tom Paine’s theories of democratic, economic redistribution? What can indigenous land struggles teach us about stewarding our digital climate? And, how is Elon Musk not a future visionary but a steampunk throwback to Victorian-era technological utopians?

In engaging, sparkling prose, O’Shea shows us how very human our understanding of technology is, and how when we draw on the resources of the past, we can see the potential for struggle, for liberation, for art and poetry in our technological present. Future Histories is for all of us-makers, coders, hacktivists, Facebook-users, self-styled Luddites-who find ourselves in a brave new world.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Lizzie Borden on Trial through Joseph A. Conforti

Lizzie Borden on Trial: Murder, Ethnicity, and Gender through Joseph A. Conforti
Requirements: EPUB Reader 1.59 MB
Overview: Most other folks may most probably inform you that Lizzie Borden "took an awl and gave her mom 40 whacks," however few may say that, when attempted, Lizzie Borden used to be acquitted, and less nonetheless, why. In Joseph A. Conforti’s engrossing retelling, the case of Lizzie Borden, sensational in itself, additionally opens a window on a time and position in American historical past and tradition.
Surprising for the way a lot it unearths a couple of legend so ostensibly acquainted, Conforti’s account could also be interesting for what it tells us in regards to the global that Lizzie Borden inhabited. As Conforti-himself a local of Fall River, the web site of the notorious murders-introduces us to Lizzie and her father and step-mother, he presentations us why who they had been issues nearly as a lot to the trial’s result as the real occasions of August 4, 1892. Lizzie, for example, used to be an single lady of a few privilege, a outstanding non secular lady who have compatibility the profile of what somecharacterized as a "Protestant nun." She used to be additionally a part of a category of moneyed girls rising within the past due 19th century who had the manner however didn’t marry, opting for as a substitute to pursue excellent works and from time to time careers within the serving to professions. Many of her contemporaries, we be informed, specifically the ones of her elegance, discovered it not possible to consider {that a} lady of her background may dedicate this type of grotesque homicide.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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Lizzie Borden on Trial through Joseph A. Conforti

Lizzie Borden on Trial: Murder, Ethnicity, and Gender through Joseph A. Conforti
Requirements: EPUB Reader 1.59 MB
Overview: Most other folks may most likely let you know that Lizzie Borden "took an awl and gave her mom 40 whacks," however few may say that, when attempted, Lizzie Borden used to be acquitted, and less nonetheless, why. In Joseph A. Conforti’s engrossing retelling, the case of Lizzie Borden, sensational in itself, additionally opens a window on a time and position in American historical past and tradition.
Surprising for the way a lot it unearths a few legend so ostensibly acquainted, Conforti’s account could also be attention-grabbing for what it tells us concerning the global that Lizzie Borden inhabited. As Conforti-himself a local of Fall River, the web page of the notorious murders-introduces us to Lizzie and her father and step-mother, he presentations us why who they had been issues nearly as a lot to the trial’s result as the real occasions of August 4, 1892. Lizzie, as an example, used to be an single lady of a few privilege, a outstanding non secular lady who are compatible the profile of what somecharacterized as a "Protestant nun." She used to be additionally a part of a category of moneyed girls rising within the overdue 19th century who had the approach however didn’t marry, opting for as a substitute to pursue just right works and every now and then careers within the serving to professions. Many of her contemporaries, we be told, specifically the ones of her elegance, discovered it not possible to consider {that a} lady of her background may dedicate this type of ugly homicide.
Genre: Non-Fiction – History

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The Trial of Lizzie Borden

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The Borden Murders: Lizzie Borden and the Trial of the Century.

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The Borden Murders: Lizzie Borden and the Trial of the Century.

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The Trial of Lizzie Borden by means of Cara Robertson

The Trial of Lizzie Borden by means of Cara Robertson
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 77 MB
Overview: The outstanding new account of an crucial piece of American mythology-the trial of Lizzie Borden-based on 20 years of analysis and just lately unearthed proof.

The Trial of Lizzie Borden tells the actual tale of one of the vital sensational homicide trials in American historical past. When Andrew and Abby Borden had been brutally hacked to demise in Fall River, Massachusetts, in August 1892, the arrest of the couple’s more youthful daughter Lizzie became the case into world information and her trial right into a spectacle exceptional in American historical past. Reporters flocked to the scene. Well-known columnists took up conspicuous seats within the court docket. The defendant used to be relentlessly scrutinized for indicators of guilt or innocence. Everyone-rich and deficient, suffragists and social conservatives, prison students and laypeople-had an opinion about Lizzie Borden’s guilt or innocence. Was she a cold-blooded murderess or an unjustly persecuted woman? Did she or did not she?
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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