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Showing posts with label Books. Show all posts

Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Guide

This book is intended for those who work in or provide components for industries that use digital signal processing (DSP). There is a wide variety of industries that utilize this technology. While the engineers who implement applications using DSP must be very familiar with the technology, there are many others who can benefit from a basic knowledge of its' fundamental principles, which is the goal of this book—to provide a basic tutorial on DSP. Checkout these Part1, Part2, Part3 which are actually chapter extracts from the original book.

Wikipedia: The Missing Manual

Wikipedia: The Missing Manual is a popular how-to book on Wikipedia that has all the information you need to get started with editing pages on Wikipedia. Wikipedia may be the biggest group writing project ever, but the one thing you won't find in the comprehensive online encyclopedia is easy-to-follow guidance on how to contribute. Wikipedia: The Missing Manual helps you avoid beginners' blunders and gets you sounding like a pro from your first edit. It also gives you advise on creating articles, and working with the Wikipedia community to review new articles, mediate disputes, and maintain the site.
The book sells for $29.99 on Amazon but the publishers have uploaded the entire book to Wikipedia website under the GNU license. You can read the book for free, even lets you copy, translate and distribute the book in any format provided the derivative work is also free.

And like all the other pages on Wikipedia, this new "Wikipedia: The Missing Manual" Wikipedia section is open for public editing.

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

You can Download a free copy of "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" audio book by going to To avail this offer, make sure that you select "USA" as the country when creating a free audible account on the next page.

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide while the audio version was the first non-fiction audio book in U.S. publishing history to sell more than one million copies according to Wikipedia.