A Bug´s-Eye View of the War (Classic Reprint): Charles G. Macarthur
Set in a post-apocalyptic America just after a solar storm destroyed the grid and most technology finds the hero David, of the original audiobook Preppers Road March, trying to create a sustainable life at his bug out location. I was contacted by a number of fans who wanted to inquire about what had happened to their favorite characters who first appeared in the Prepper Trilogies. I undertook the task of answering this, as a thank you to my dedicated fans, by beginning a series of Prepper Novelettes so that the characters could give voice to their own experiences from their differing personal perspectives. These are short little updating features that give my listeners ´the rest of the story´ that popular demand has requested. This is the third audiobook in the series. David and his fellow refugees who bugged out to the lake continue the struggle for everyday existence as they must range farther abroad on their ´´borrowing´´ trips for supplies. Boudreaux and Bernie have gotten the Trading Post up and running and are finding innovative ways to keep it stocked as well as guarded against a populace growing more desperate everyday. The novelletes utilize southern style language and grammar. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Duane Sharp. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/015604/bk_acx0_015604_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Includes bonus book: Supplements for Health. Another perfect summer day in paradise! Your son collides with a telephone pole on his skateboard! Your daughter steps on red anthill! And you? You meet the wrong end of your barbecue grill! Ah, it´s summer. Days are sunny and long. Evenings are warm, filled with good food off the barbecue and memorable moments with friends. Long lazy naps in the hammock and more accidents than at any other time of the year! Just by the very nature of the season it stands to reason that we expose ourselves to more potential accidents just because of the extended time we spend outdoors. Cuts, scrapes, bruises, burns, and bites are hiding just around the corner. They say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That´s a valid point, but it´s impossible to avoid every potential incident. What makes better sense is to be prepared for any eventuality. That preparation includes knowing exactly what to do when you are hit with a summer emergency. No, you don´t need to become a doctor or even an EMT. The solution is just a click away. Not your typical first aid book, First Aid Tips for a Safe Summer is designed to give you ´´how-to info´´ specifically for summer emergencies. Written in simple terms, each chapter focuses on a specialized summer injury. Take bug bites for example. What some folks view as a simple bug bite could be life threatening to someone allergic to specific insect bites. An entire chapter is devoted to different bug bites and how to treat them. What kid has made it through their childhood without experiencing at least one broken bone? Not too many. Never fear, First Aid Tips for a Safe Summer to the rescue. Learn how to properly care for a potential broken bone before it happens. And, that´s just the beginning. The list is endless! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tim Titus. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/081998/bk_acx0_081998_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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Short description/annotation A concise yet comprehensive view of the role memory plays in all aspects of programming. Main description The overwhelming majority of bugs and crashes in computer programming stem from problems of memory access, allocation, or deallocation. Such memory related errors are also notoriously difficult to debug. Yet the role that memory plays in C and C++ programming is a subject often overlooked in courses and in books because it requires specialised knowledge of operating systems, compilers, computer architecture in addition to a familiarity with the languages themselves. Most professional programmers learn entirely through experience of the trouble it causes. This book provides students and professional programmers with a concise yet comprehensive view of the role memory plays in all aspects of programming and program behaviour. Assuming only a basic familiarity with C or C++, the author describes the techniques, methods, and tools available to deal with the problems related to memory and its effective use. Table of contents: 1. Introduction; 2. From source file to executable file; 3. Variables and objects, pointers and addresses; 4. Dynamic allocation and deallocation of memory; 5. Functions and function calls; 6. One-dimensional arrays and strings; 7. Multi-dimensional arrays; 8. Classes and objects; 9. Linked data structures; 10. Memory leaks and their debugging; 11. Programs in execution - processes and threads.
Someone lucky enough to live on Milwaukee´s near north side between 1888 and 1952 could experience the world without ever leaving the neighborhood. Nestled between North Seventh and Eighth Streets and West Chambers and Burleigh, Borchert Field was Milwaukee´s major sports venue for 64 years. In this rickety wooden stadium (originally called Athletic Park), Wisconsin residents had a close-up view of sports history in the making, along with rodeos, thrill shows, and even multiple eruptions of Mount Vesuvius. In Borchert Field, baseball historian Bob Buege introduces the famous and fascinating athletes who dazzled audiences in Milwaukee´s venerable ballpark. All the legendary baseball figures - the Bambino, Satchel Paige, Ty Cobb, Joltin´ Joe, Jackie Robinson, the Say Hey Kid - played there. Olympic heroes Jim Thorpe, Babe Didrikson, and Jesse Owens displayed their amazing talents in Borchert. Knute Rockne´s Fighting Irish competed there, and Curly Lambeau´s Green Bay Packers took the field 10 times. Buege tells stories of other monumental moments at Borchert as well, including a presidential visit, women ballplayers, the arrival of television broadcasting, the 1922 national balloon race, and an appearance by scat-singing bandleader Cab Calloway. Borchert Field is long gone, but every moment of this audiobook takes listeners back to the sights, sounds, and spectacle of its heyday. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Brian Geller. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/117335/bk_acx0_117335_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.