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Another page from the one and only Jeff Dynamite.
The originator of the Cassette Chronicles series, holder of a boulder, money folder….Jeff Dynamite.
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Book with recent photographic work by Uta Eisenreich focussing on the shortcomings of our cognitive tool-kit. A NOT B walks us along the fine line between common sense and uncommon nonsense in a realm reminiscent of pre-school books, assessment tests and optical illusions. Design: Julia Born. ISBN 978 90 77459 46 1
IWYMI is a monthly instrumental Hip Hop compilation designed to showcase various beat makers and producers from all over the world. “It’s What You Make It” is not only relative to making any form of art, it’s also a metaphor for life and how we all approach things differently.
Tracks on each volume are selected based on style and sound in order to form cohesive releases that flow front to back. With that said, the overall sound and themes presented will vary throughout the series.
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Pacific Blackdragon (Idiacanthus antrostomus)
The Pacific blackdragon is similar in appearance to the black dragonfish, but as the name suggests, they are found in the eastern Pacific Ocean. They are one of three species in the Idiacanthus genus of barbeled dragonfishes. Although these slender fish spend most of their time in deep waters, they are known to migrate toward the surface at night. The Pacific Blackdragon feed on crustaceans, shrimp and other fish. And while they look eel-like in appearance, they are not closely related.
Online resources, such as Wikipedia, have become increasingly popular in recent years. Psychlopedia is a wiki site that presents information about psychology and related fields and is useful to anyone who is seeking information about psychological issues - as well as applicable to psychologists, academics, students, and managers.
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The information is often more advanced and recent than other sources, such as Wikipedia and textbooks, as well as more credible than internet sites that do not restrict contributions to psychologists, academics, and postgraduate students.
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