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Electronic commerce is big business, and it is getting bigger: it now accounts for 7.5 percent of all retail sales in the US, and continues to expand at double-digit annual rates. The steady growth of Internet commerce over the past twenty years has given rise to a host of new legal issues in a broad range of fields. This authoritative Research Handbook comprises chapters by leading scholars in the field. Their explanations and insights will provide a solid foundation for newcomers to the subject, and will also broaden and deepen the understanding of e-commerce experts. Key topics covered include: contracting, payments, intellectual property, extraterritorial enforcement, alternative dispute resolution, social media, consumer protection, network neutrality, online gambling, domain name governance, and privacy. With the rise of Internet commerce, this book will be an invaluable resource for business lawyers as well as legal scholars with an interest in any phase of e-commerce law.
Don't keep a written password book is the usual advice and you should follow it. However it is so convenient to have your passwords close at hand that we are tempted to keep one anyway. How about a Secret Password Book? This clever journal offers you the way to write down your passwords in a manner that only you can read, the formula shown is simple and has unlimited different and impenetrable passwords to keep your information safe and secure. The cover is also part of the secret, it is plain and does not shout 'here are all my passwords'. Be simple be secure. These days we have passwords for so many things, websites, memberships, social sites, games plus the really secret ones such as banks, Paypal, phones and other very private accounts. There are of course online ways to keep your passwords but somehow we still reach for a pen as it is quicker and easier to record and find them in a notebook. We are told to use a different password for each site but I suspect that most of us are afraid of not being able to remember them and so we use a favorite one over and over. Of course that offers hackers a wide open gate to your privacy once they have managed to crack one site, they have them all and some websites have far less security than others. This simple Secret Password Book formula shows you how to overcome the risks and you can still enjoy the speed and ease of keeping a written password journal. You won't run out of passwords and neither will you be worried about having lots of them and not remembering them. There are spaces for over 200 passwords with room to record notes, changes and reminders. There are also several pages for you to write non secret things to remember easily such as phone numbers, bank account names etc. So keep your Secret Password Book to hand and enjoy the security of knowing that only you can unlock those personal passwords. Consider buying two, keep one in a safe place in clear text for relatives if anything happened to you.
Before the Web existed, anyone who wanted free information had to use the library. Now, a wealth of information on every possible service is accessible online. To compete in the digital age, libraries must provide outstanding customer service to their virtual users. But, where can they turn to learn how to do that? Serving Online Customers: Lessons for Libraries from the Business World is a practical guide to steps libraries can take to adopt the best practices of e-business to their own online operations. Donald A. Barclay has carefully examined business literature to identify the best customer service practices of online companies and shows readers how to adapt these to the library environment. Chapter coverage includes these critical areas: *Improving the Self-Service Experience *Bringing Reference Service to the Online Customer *Adding Libraries to the Distance Education Mix *Designing Library Websites for Both Trust and Pleasure *Implementing Recommendation Agents and Avatars into Online Services *Linking Continuous Assessment to Online Service Improvement This book will help any library greatly enhance their online users' experience and help bring new users to the library.
The Book of Mirdad, the timeless allegorical story which has touched the hearts of so many readers, continues to show new generations how it is possible to expand one's consciousness, to uncover God in man by dissolving man's sense of duality. Mikhail Naimy, in a similar style to Gibran, unravels one layer after another, showing that the words of his message have descended from some mysterious source. The book is essentially a set of question and answer between Mirdad and his disciples, especially his chief disciple, Naronda. These dialogues occurred during the time he was admitted as a servant in the monastery of Altar Peak, built where Noah's Ark came to rest after the flood waters subsided. Mirdad's teachings cover all the important life issues such as love, the master-servant relationship, creative silence, money, the moneylender and the debtor, the cycle of time and death, repentance, old age, and so on. The culmination, and indeed the message, is that Mirdad's own Ark is the Ark of Holy Understanding, which will bring humankind through another deluge, greater than Noah's, when Heaven will be revealed on Earth. Mirdad's words are the words of an enlightened Sufi master.
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