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  • iPhone for Work

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    Ryan Faas

    The iPhone is cool, and the iPhone is fun, but the iPhone also means serious business. For those of you who bought your iPhones to help get your lives organized and free yourselves from the ball and chain of desktop computing, iPhone at Work: Productivity for Professionals is the book to show you how.
  • It's Splitsville

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    James J. Gross

    It's Splitsville: Surviving Your Divorce is for people who are thinking about getting divorced, or already in the process of separation and divorce. It contains all the information you need to survive your divorce emotionally, financially, and legally, and to come out the other side with your skin and dignity intact.
  • Joel on Software

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    Joel Spolsky

    Joel on Software covers every conceivable aspect of software programming—from the best way to write code, to the best way to design an office in which to write code! All programmers, all people who want to enhance their knowledge of programmers, and all who are trying to manage programmers will surely relate to Joel's musings.
  • Know and Grow the Value of Your Business

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    Tim McDaniel

    Know and Grow the Value of Your Business: An Owner's Guide to Retiring¬†Rich¬†stresses the importance of treating your ownership interest in a business the same way you would treat assets in your stock portfolio—like an ¬†investment—to maximize the return on your investment.
  • Lobbyists at Work

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    Beth L. Leech

    Through the prism of 15 in-depth interviews, Lobbyists at Work takes concerned American citizens inside and beyond the headlines to see first-hand how lobbyists shape legislation, regulation, policy, and spending in all branches and at all levels of American government on behalf of special interests.
  • Makers at Work

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    Steven Osborn

    Makers at Work profiles 21 of the most creative, inquisitive, and influential "makers"--people creating new products, art, and methods using computer controls, recycled items, open-source code and plans, 3D printers, and anything else that can help them turn both whacky and incredibly insightful ideas into reality. Foreword by Brad Feld

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