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Reality Bytes

Author : Bart Lootsma
ISBN : 9783035602593
Genre : Architecture
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Reality Bytes is a collection of essays by Bart Lootsma, written in the years from 1998 to 2009. "Byte" is a unit of digital information used in information technology and most commonly consists of eight bits. Reality Bytes is also the title of an essay by Bart Lootsma, in which he investigates the relationship between society and architects and town planners. Bart Lootsma, Professor of Architecture as well as architectural historian, critic and curator, is one of the most multi-faceted figures amongst contemporary architectural theorists. He has produced numerous publications, including "Superdutch", an appraisal of contemporary architecture in the Netherlands published in 2000. In Reality Bytes he has now for the first time compiled hitherto (mostly) unpublished texts on architectural theory, on Second Modernism, on populism and architecture, on landscape architecture and on the changing role of architects in society.

Reality Bytes Bites

Author : Anurag Anand,
ISBN : 9789380349374
Genre : Fiction
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Anurag Anand is a Banking Professional from the city of dreams, Mumbai. His passion for writing is an offshoot of one of his favorite pastimes – cuddling up with an interesting book and embarking on a voyage of fantasy, severing all ties with the world around. His other bestselling titles under the banner of Srishti Publishers include: Reality Bites: A not to innocent love story, and The Quest for Nothing: Where love and deceit are on a collision path

Reality Bytes

Author : Jane Frances
ISBN : 9781594936838
Genre : Fiction
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Emma is not having a very good start to her vacation. She's lost in love, lost her job and quickly feels like she's lost her mind as she finds herself getting caught up in the world of Internet chat sites. Toni isn't having the best week either. She's split up with her girlfriend, her cat has had a bad accident, and now she's caught a nasty virus that's left her housebound. Daily visits from a colleague have kept her in touch with the real world, but it's the Internet and Kayisha, the new chat site participant, who has really grabbed her attention. Then there's Cathy, Toni's employer. She's on cloud nine because her girlfriend Lisa has just officially moved in, and they're going to Italy for a month to celebrate their first anniversary. But will Toni's illness cut their plans short? And how will Lisa react to the news of Cathy's desire to have a child? Follow the lives of these four friends in a romantic tale that spans the globe and proves that one can cross the whole of cyberspace only to find love a few suburbs away.

Reality Bytes

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ISBN : IND:30000092979313
Genre : Contracts
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Reality Bytes The Role Of Hr In Today World

Author : Aprna Sharma
ISBN : 9383572574
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The single-most competitive edge for an organization is its people. However, many times organizations fall short of managing their people well, probably because formal education in HR does not prepare the young, would-be HR manager to face and deal with the reality at the workplace. This book has been written for this very purpose. 'Reality Bytes - The role of HR in Today's World' has something for everyone. Whether you are a HR student, a budding HR manager (1-3 years), a line manager who needs to manage people, a teacher, or an entrepreneur trying to understand what HR is all about - this book is for you! It is simple, contemporary ready reckoner covering the employee life cycle in an organization ('What' & 'Why' aspects) and balancing it with practical caselets illustrating concepts that work in organizations in today's times. The book gives the reader a clear idea of the strategic role that HR plays in attaining the business goals of the organization.

India

Author : Pankaj Prasoon
ISBN : OCLC:225118232
Genre : India
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Reality Bytes

Author : Abir Debraj Uday
ISBN : OCLC:664431702
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Reality Bytes

Author : William Ramsey Fulton
ISBN : 1719922780
Genre : Fiction
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There's rarely a chill moment for a student at Beverly Hills University, despite having a pool and hot tub in every dorm. After all, this is by-and-large the most prestigious University in the world, known for producing the most elite, successful men and women alive. So if you're an undergrad, you'd better live up to it (as if paying $120k a year isn't enough). Fortunately, spring break is right around the corner, so at least they have a week to recuperate, right? Well, not all of them... Malcolm Taylor is a socially awkward do-gooder with Asperger's Syndrome. Determined to shed the label, he's pledging the nationally-acclaimed fraternity Phi Beta Xi. Of course, only three will be accepted, and he's competing with six "normal" people. Sophie Sanders, daughter of a CEO, is a preppy and beguiling overachiever. She's juggling midterms, sorority pledging, social life, and a business internship, all while gracefully fending off the 1001 guys drooling over her (not just from the mouth). Sebastian White is a hypersensitive girly-man from the hippie crowd. He just wants to be free from family expectations so he can pursue his passion of helping disabled children. That is, if he can put the bong down long enough. Jacob Lancaster is a self-absorbed jock who got in on a football scholarship. He combines the refinement of a hippo with the charisma of a porcupine. He's been looking forward to spending spring break relaxing on his Harley, and boy is he in for a disappointment. So how, exactly, are these disparate paths related? And how do they escalate from typical college nuisances to life-threatening misadventures, exposing the four to things so disturbing they didn't even know they existed? That's up to you to figure out. But here's a hint: the title explains it all. Reality Bytes is unlike any novel you've ever read, or ever will again. Equipped with something to offend everyone, it takes you on a roller coaster that will entertain, amuse, and disgust you all at once. So grab your book (or Kindle), and prepare for an experience you'll never forget. INTENDED FOR MATURE READERS (18+)

Management Labour Process And Software Development

Author : Rowena Barrett
ISBN : 9781134361168
Genre : Business & Economics
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This revealing book is about software development, the developers themselves, and how their work is organized and managed. The latest original research from Australia, Europe, and the UK is used to examine the differences between the image and reality of work in this industry. Chapters also cover issues surrounding the management of 'knowledge work and workers' and professionals in order to expose some of the problems of the management of software development work and workers.

Life In Code

Author : Ellen Ullman
ISBN : 9780374711412
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The never-more-necessary return of one of our most vital and eloquent voices on technology and culture, the author of the seminal Close to the Machine The last twenty years have brought us the rise of the internet, the development of artificial intelligence, the ubiquity of once unimaginably powerful computers, and the thorough transformation of our economy and society. Through it all, Ellen Ullman lived and worked inside that rising culture of technology, and in Life in Code she tells the continuing story of the changes it wrought with a unique, expert perspective. When Ellen Ullman moved to San Francisco in the early 1970s and went on to become a computer programmer, she was joining a small, idealistic, and almost exclusively male cadre that aspired to genuinely change the world. In 1997 Ullman wrote Close to the Machine, the now classic and still definitive account of life as a coder at the birth of what would be a sweeping technological, cultural, and financial revolution. Twenty years later, the story Ullman recounts is neither one of unbridled triumph nor a nostalgic denial of progress. It is necessarily the story of digital technology’s loss of innocence as it entered the cultural mainstream, and it is a personal reckoning with all that has changed, and so much that hasn’t. Life in Code is an essential text toward our understanding of the last twenty years—and the next twenty.

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