Bullseye Breach: Anatomy of an Electronic Break-In by Greg Scott Requirements: ePUB Reader, 0.3 MB Overview: Ripped from recent headlines, this gripping cyber-attack tale has all the elements of an international thriller, including a floating corpse in the Gulf of Finland. Meet an underground criminal supply chain, its innocent victims, and an unlikely midwestern IT group with an ingenious way to fight back against the theft of millions of credit-card numbers. If data breaches were not routine by now, this story would be unbelievable. Instead, it’s a snapshot of life in today’s interconnected world, and an unforgettable Internet safety education. IT security has never been so riveting! Genre: Non Fiction, Computers & Technology
Internet Marketing Essentials: A Comprehensive Digital Marketing Textbook by Jeff Larson, Stuart Draper Requirements: ePUB Reader, 5 MB Overview: Internet Marketing Essentials is a digital marketing textbook that will keep you up with the fast-paced online marketing industry. The textbook features 13 chapters of content that teach you the principles of search engine marketing, PPC, search engine optimization, mobile marketing, social media marketing, landing page optimization, and much more! The internet marketing textbook is written by a Ph.D. from Wharton and a leading internet marketing agency owner. Genre: Non-Fiction, Tech & Devices
Nikon D3200 For Dummies by Julie Adair King Requirements: ePUB Reader, 8 MB Overview: A full-color guide to Nikon’s exciting new entry-level dSLR
With its large 24.2 megapixel sensor, full HD video recording capability, and wireless options, the Nikon D3200 is very appealing! This full-color guide assumes no prior digital photography or dSLR knowledge and helps you start taking great pictures with your new Nikon right from the beginning. Popular author and photography instructor Julie Adair King shows you how to use all the settings, manage playback options, take control with manual modes, work with video, and edit and share your images. It’s like a personal course in beginning dSLR photography.
New dSLR users will quickly gain skills and confidence with the step-by-step, colorfully illustrated instructions in this beginner’s guide to the Nikon D3200 camera Explains how to use all the new features of the Nikon D3200, including a 24-megapixel sensor, 11 autofocus points, 4 frame-per-second shooting, full HD video capabilities, and a WiFi feature that lets you control the camera remotely or preview images on your smartphone Covers auto and manual modes, playback options, working with exposure and focus, shooting video, editing and sharing photos, troubleshooting, and photography tips Popular author has written more than 15 For Dummies books on Nikon and Canon cameras Nikon D3200 For Dummies is the easy, full-color, and fun way to start making the most of your new camera right away. Genre: Non-Fiction, Tech & Devices
A Guide to Android for Seniors: Introduction to Android Phones and Tablets by Matthew Hollinder Requirements: ePUB/MOBI Reader, 0.16 Mb Overview: Android is a mobile operating system which can be used on different mobile devices such as phones and tablets. The android system was made by Google. It has many features and makes having a phone or a tablet easy to use.
The screen is sensitive and can be used to gain access to various Apps. This guide will show you how to navigate through the various controls and how to protect your device. You will also learn how to effectively use it to maximize the settings of each function. Genre: Non-fiction | Tech & Devices
Is This Thing On? A Friendly Guide to Everything Digital for Newbies, Technophobes, and the Kicking & Screaming by Abby Stokes Requirements: ePUB Reader | 45.5 MB | Version: Retail Overview: Like a personal trainer for the digital age, Abby Stokes is the hand-holding, motivating expert that newbies—specifically older newbies—turn to when they want to become digitally literate. And her book, Is This Thing On?, is as smart, comprehensive, reassuring, and jargon-free as she is: the epitome of user-friendly. And it is now completely revised and updated to keep pace with the fast-changing digital landscape, covering tablets, apps, video streaming, social media, and much more.
With the skill and assurance of a teacher who for over 20 years has personally taught computer skills to thousands of seniors and technophobes, Stokes covers it all: How to choose, buy, and start using the computer or tablet that’s just right for you, plus how to set everything up for maximum comfort and safety. How to connect to the Internet, sign up for email, understand and use search engines, and get started with essential skills like word processing and text messaging. How to choose, buy, and start using a smartphone. How to take and share digital photographs and videos. How to discover online communities and participate in social media like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs. How to explore the world of apps, online music, streaming movies, and ebooks. And, importantly, online security— including what to do when things go wrong. Appendices include both Apple and PC keyboard shortcuts and 200 recommended websites and 100 apps; there are FAQs at the end of each chapter and tips and tricks throughout. Genre: Non-Fiction | Computer / Tech Reference
Pragmatic Thinking and Learning: Refactor Your Wetware by Andy Hunt Requirements: ePUB Reader, 1.9 Mb Overview: Software development happens in your head. Not in an editor, IDE, or design tool. You’re well educated on how to work with software and hardware, but what about wetware–our own brains? Learning new skills and new technology is critical to your career, and it’s all in your head.
In this book by Andy Hunt, you’ll learn how our brains are wired, and how to take advantage of your brain’s architecture. You’ll learn new tricks and tips to learn more, faster, and retain more of what you learn.
You need a pragmatic approach to thinking and learning. You need to Refactor Your Wetware.
Programmers have to learn constantly; not just the stereotypical new technologies, but also the problem domain of the application, the whims of the user community, the quirks of your teammates, the shifting sands of the industry, and the evolving characteristics of the project itself as it is built.
We’ll journey together through bits of cognitive and neuroscience, learning and behavioral theory. You’ll see some surprising aspects of how our brains work, and how you can take advantage of the system to improve your own learning and thinking skills. Genre: Non-fiction | Computer Science, Programming
HTML5: The Quick and Simple Way to Learn HTML5 by David Lawfield Requirements: ePUB Reader, 5 Mb Overview: The Quick and Simple Way to Learn HTML5
If you are interested in learning how to create websites, beginning to use coding like HTML5 is a wonderful way to do so. This ebook will take you through the steps of creating a basic website, and tell you everything that you will need to know. However, there are practically limitless things that you can do with HTML5. It would be impossible to include everything in any single guide, and many of those things would be quite complex to learn. This guide is directed at beginners, and even some intermediate users. Now that you know this is the right guide for you, please move along to the next section.
As you might already know, HTML knowledge will allow you to create websites, from the ground up. However, there are already countless tutorials and lessons for using HTML. This book is about HTML5, and all of the brilliant, new things that this latest version of HTML is capable of. For that reason, some of the basics of putting a simple HTML website together are only glossed over here.
What is HTML5?
What is the biggest refreshment in front-end technology? You might have guessed that it is HTML5. This comprehensive guide for beginners will teach you more about what HTML5 is, what is can do, and then teach you the basics of how to use it. However, you do not need to have existing experience with creating websites to use this book, although it would be helpful to have. Genre: Non-fiction | Computer Related, Web Design
The Internet For Dummies, 14th by John R. Levine, Margaret Levine Young Requirements: ePUB Reader, 8 MB Overview: Get up and running on the Internet—the fast and easyway If you’re an Internet newcomer and want to get up to speedwithout all the intimidating technical jargon, The Internet ForDummies has you covered. With over 5,000,000 copies sold*,The Internet For Dummies is the #1 choice for Internetnewcomers.
Inside, you’ll discover how to make the most of the Internet,get accustomed to popular sites, find the information and items youneed fast, and stay away from the bad stuff floating aroundonline.
Catches you up on the latest online trends, from socialnetworking sites to blogs and more Includes the latest on Google Chrome, getting good searchresults, and sharing files Covers choosing and connecting to an Internet provider,establishing an e-mail account, getting on the web, and finding thesites that matter most Now in its 14th edition, The Internet ForDummies covers the latest social networking tools, browserfeatures, connection options, safety features, and so much more.Starting out with the basics, it walks you through getting online,picking an Internet provider, getting to know the different webbrowsers, dealing with e-mail and connecting with friends, findingthe hottest sites to share photos and videos—and everythingin between. Genre: Non-Fiction, Tech & Devices
Computer Hacking by Joe Benton Requirements: ePUB Reader, 5.1 Mb Overview: Computer hacking is an extremely powerful skill to have. This book focuses on ethical hacking – also known as white hat hacking.
Inside, you will learn the basics of hacking for beginners.
This includes the different types of hacking, the reasons behind hacking, jobs in the hacking world, how to do some basic hacks, and the skills a hacker requires.
Many hackers are hired by companies to ensure that their computer systems are safe. There is high paying ethical work available in the hacking world, and this book will serve as an introduction to getting you there.
While becoming a master at hacking can take many years and lots of expensive software, this book will introduce you to the amazing world of hacking, and open your eyes up to what is possible! Genre: Non-fiction | Technology
Create Your Own Blog: 6 Easy Projects to Start Blogging Like a Pro (2nd Edition) by Tris Hussey Requirements: ePUB Reader, 46 MB Overview: Tris Hussey is a speaker, teacher, charter member of the Professional Bloggers Association, and social media consultant. He has been a blogger since 2004 and was one of Canada’s first professional bloggers. The author of thousands of posts and articles on social media, blogging, and technology, he was named one of Vancouver’s top 20 social media people. Genre: Non-Fiction, Tech & Devices