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|Ken Blanchard||Berrett-Koehler Publishers||ePub|
Dr. Jeffrey sat back in his chair, a thoughtful look on his face. “When I think about when you first came to see me nine months ago, I’m amazed by all the changes you’ve made. Talk about approaching life with enthusiasm and adding zest! You’re living examples of what it means to refire. You not only think about these things—you’ve actually changed your behavior. Documenting your experiences has added tremendously to my research. In the emotional, intellectual, and physical areas, you’re doing great.”
“So we’ve arrived!” said Larry.
“Not quite yet,” Dr. Jeffrey said. “In many ways, the most interesting and perhaps most challenging part of the journey is ahead.”
“You mean the spiritual stuff,” said Janice.
“Yes,” said Dr. Jeffrey. “Refiring spiritually adds another level of excitement and joy to your journey. But spirituality is often the toughest conversation to have. Even tougher than talking about sex.”
“I guess if we can talk about sex, we can talk about spirituality,” said Janice. “But why do you think it’s so difficult?”See All
|Josh Clark||O'Reilly Media||ePub|
Now that you can spin your way across tables faster than a can-can dancer, you've got all the know-how you need to fill up your grids with lots of juicy data. But all that info is only useful if you can pluck it back out again, and that's where a little organization goes a long way. Once you've got your data loaded into a table, it's time to go to work to massage it into shapestructuring it, sorting it, searching it, filtering it. This chapter shows you all the ways that Numbers can help you tidy your tables and find the right info at the right time.
This organizational effort is about more than shuffling data, though: A pristine table also looks clean, and this chapter also shows you how to make your data more accessible (and your tables prettier) with the judicious application of borders and background fills. Once you've transformed your gray numbers into shapely figures, Numbers makes it easy to perform the same makeover miracle again and again by storing styles and saving your own predefined tables for later reuse. Before you dig into this interior decoration, though, you'll learn about organizing the structure of your table, starting with rows and columns.See All
|Elizabeth Jennings||Carcanet Press Ltd.|
My heart found an exchange, another who
Wordlessly smiled, silently took my hand.
This is a magic we have no power to
Call up. We’re happy not to understand.
As the Rooks Are
Alone as the rooks are
In their high, shaking homes in the sky at the mercy of winds
Alone as the lurking trout or the owl which hoots
Comfortingly. I have a well-crammed mind
And I have deep-down healthy tough roots
But in this house where I live
In one big room, there is much solitude,
Solitude which can turn to loneliness if
I let it infect me with its darkening mood.
Away from here I have an abundant life,
Friends, love, acclaim and these are good.
And I have imagination
Which can travel me over mountains and rough seas;
I also have the gift of discrimination.
High in a house which looks over many trees
I collect sunsets and stars which are now a passion.
And I wave my hand to thousands of lives like this,
But will open my window in Winter for conversation.
Sources of Light
Sources of Light (I)
Sources of light and arbiters of men,See All
IE 4 DOM
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Version 4 extended the legacy DOM with powerful new features for accessing and modifying all content of a document. These features were never standardized, but some of them are supported in non-Microsoft browsers.
The following sections explain each of these DOMs in more detail and describe how you can use them to access and modify document content.
The Legacy DOM
An array of Form objects representing the forms in a document. images
An array of Image objects representing the images that appear in a document. applets
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