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Title Human Design Revealed The Definitive Manual and Complete Reference for the Human Design System Based on Its Original Revelation
Author Chaitanyo Taschler
Publisher
Release 2015-07-08
Category Education
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9781931164719
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The definitive manual and complete reference for the Human Design System based on its original revelation - definition type and modes - centers - gates - channels - planets - how to use an ephemeris - composites - revelation mechanics - synthesis index - calculation math - the four elements A beautiful and intelligent graphic overview and summary of Human Design based on the original report of its revelation. Human Design as it always was meant to be. Fully illustrated color pages give visual depth of understanding for all classes offered by Zen Human Design. This is the most recent incarnation of the former Course in Human Design. With roots in 1993, it served as the standard for the original Human Design School until 2000. After that and to this day, it has remained the only presentation of the original Human Design System, a lone voice of simple clarity amidst a cacophony of interpretation and a catechism of beliefs. This is not a book you'll read and then know Human Design, but a trusted companion to whom you can turn anytime during your journey with Human Design and discover another, deeper level of meaning. You'll treasure this one

Participatory Design by Douglas Schuler

Title Participatory Design
Author Douglas Schuler
Publisher CRC Press
Release 1993-03-01
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 334
ISBN 9780805809510
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The voices in this collection are primarily those of researchers and developers concerned with bringing knowledge of technological possibilities to bear on informed and effective system design. Their efforts are distinguished from many previous writings on system development by their central and abiding reliance on direct and continuous interaction with those who are the ultimate arbiters of system adequacy; namely, those who will use the technology in their everyday lives and work. A key issue throughout is the question of who does what to whom: whose interests are at stake, who initiates action and for what reason, who defines the problem and who decides that there is one. The papers presented follow in the footsteps of a small but growing international community of scholars and practitioners of participatory systems design. Many of the original European perspectives are represented here as well as some new and distinctively American approaches. The collection is characterized by a rich and diverse set of perspectives and experiences that, despite their differences, share a distinctive spirit and direction -- a more humane, creative, and effective relationship between those involved in technology's design and use, and between technology and the human activities that motivate the technology.

Title Understanding Human Design
Author Karen Curry
Publisher Hierophant Publishing
Release 2013-10-01
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 312
ISBN 1938289145
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Owner's Manual for Your Life! Founded in the twentieth century by the late spiritual teacher Ra Uru Hu, Human Design is often called the "new Astrology," and the "intersection of science and spirituality." Your Human Design chart is formulated by taking your birth date, time, and location and extrapolating specific personality traits and life paths from this convergence. A Human Design chart offers an astonishingly accurate guide to your personality, as well as direction and counsel on how each individual can deal with challenges in their life. Previously, Human Design charts have been notoriously difficult to interpret and decipher, usually taking a dedicated expert to read and translate them into plain English. At least, that used to be the case--until now. In Understanding Human Design: The Science of Discovering Who You Really Are, author Karen Curry walks you through the sometimes complex and intimidating Human Design chart with simple, direct language. You will learn about each level of Human Design, from the most basic elements of the chart to the deeper, more nuanced insights Human Design offers, all in an approachable and interesting way. Understand how every line, intersection, and symbol correlates to a personality trait that can directly affect your life with an experienced guide by your side. Your personal Human Design Chart can reveal your strengths, your weaknesses, and perhaps most importantly, your potential. Prepare for repetitive difficulties that you might encounter throughout your life, and embrace the opportunity to grow as you understand your personal Human Design strategy. With author Karen Curry's assistance and knowledge, you have a path to overcome these difficulties simply by following the directions set out in your Human Design chart, the "owner's manual" to your life.

Ambigrams Revealed by Nikita Prokhorov

Title Ambigrams Revealed
Author Nikita Prokhorov
Publisher New Riders
Release 2013-03-15
Category Computers
Total Pages 168
ISBN 0133086461
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Typography, when coupled with unbridled creativity, craftsmanship, and obsession, can take the mesmerizing form of an ambigram. Ambigrams are typographic designs that combine optical illusion, symmetry, and visual perception. The resulting word or phrase can be read in any number of orientations, viewpoints, or directions. Here is your master class in the art and craft of the ambigram! Curated by graphic and ambigram designer Nikita Prokhorov, this book offers a thorough introduction to the esoteric artistic movement made popular by Dan Brown’s novel Angels & Demons. You’ll find insightful introductions to the ambigram from an allstar panel of design judges, including Scott Kim, John Langdon, Maggie Macnab, Cheryl Savala, Jessica Hische, Stefan G. Bucher, and Scot Morris. Next comes a series of case studies that includes sketches and the thought process behind the creation of some fascinating ambigrams. Finally, the showcase section presents numerous curated artworks from ambigramists around the world. Equipped with the expert techniques and inspiring examples found in these pages, you’ll be ready to start creating your own ambigrams! Stunning showcase of ambigram artwork from around the world Insightful commentary from an all-star panel of ambigram luminaries In-depth case studies illustrating the creation of ambigrams from start to finish

Title Human Design System The Centres
Author Peter Schoeber
Publisher Human Design Services
Release 2014-01-01
Category
Total Pages 306
ISBN 3906187012
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this groundbreaking book about Human Design Peter Schoeber provides a comprehensive exposition of the most fundamental subjects in HD: How came it to the world? What are the different foundations of the system? How is the bodygraph calculated? In its main part the book contains a systematic presentation of all centers in general and their potential and challenge in the state of definition and of openness. Many concrete everyday examples add to the practical value of this volume. You will enjoy reading it and you will know yourself much better afterwards! Visit us at: www.humandesignservices.de

The Noise Revealed by Ian Whates

Title The Noise Revealed
Author Ian Whates
Publisher Solaris
Release 2011-04-26
Category Fiction
Total Pages 432
ISBN 1849972540
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It's a time of change. While mankind is adjusting to its first encounter with an alien civilisation, black-ops soldier Jim Leyton has absconded from the agency that trained him, and allied himself with a mysterious faction in order to rescue the woman he loves. Since his death, scientist and businessman Philip Kaufman has realised that there is more to the virtual world than he'd suspected. Yet it soon becomes clear that all is not well in Virtuality. Both men begin to suspect that the much heralded 'First Contact' was anything but, and that a sinister con is being perpetrated on the whole of humankind. Now all they have to do is prove it.

Title SOUL EXISTENCE REVEALED Volume 3
Author Angel Vela
Publisher Spirituality non-fiction
Release 2008
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 317
ISBN 0970004958
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Trash Talks by Elizabeth V. Spelman

Title Trash Talks
Author Elizabeth V. Spelman
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release 2016-04-29
Category Material culture
Total Pages 256
ISBN 0190239352
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A lively investigation of the intimate connections we maintain with the things we toss away It's hard to think of trash as anything but a growing menace. Our communities face crises over what to do with the mountains of rubbish we produce, the enormous amount of biological waste generated by humans and animals, and the truckloads of electronic equipment judged to be obsolete. All this effluvia poses widespread problems for human health, the well-being of the planet, and the quality of our lives. But though our notorious habits of disposal have put us well on the way to making the earth inhospitable to life, our relation to rejectamenta includes much more than shedding and tossing. In Trash Talks, philosopher Elizabeth V. Spelman explores the extent to which we rely on trash and waste to make sense of our lives. Examples are rich: We use people's rubbish to gain information about them. We trumpet wastefulness as a means of signaling social status. We take the occupation of handling trash and garbage as revelatory of possible moral or spiritual shortcomings. We are intrigued by or in distress over the idea that evolution is a prodigiously wasteful process and that it is to the dustbin that each of us, and our species, shall ultimately repair. In the heaps of our trash, some see consequences of dissatisfaction, while others find confirmation of a flourishing consumer economy. While we may want to shove debris and detritus out of sight, many of our most impassioned projects involve keeping these objects resolutely in mind. Trash talks, and there is much of which it speaks.

Building for Life by Stephen R. Kellert

Title Building for Life
Author Stephen R. Kellert
Publisher Island Press
Release 2012-09-26
Category Architecture
Total Pages 264
ISBN 1597265918
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sustainable design has made great strides in recent years; unfortunately, it still falls short of fully integrating nature into our built environment. Through a groundbreaking new paradigm of "restorative environmental design," award-winning author Stephen R. Kellert proposes a new architectural model of sustainability. In Building For Life, Kellert examines the fundamental interconnectedness of people and nature, and how the loss of this connection results in a diminished quality of life. This thoughtful new work illustrates how architects and designers can use simple methods to address our innate needs for contact with nature. Through the use of natural lighting, ventilation, and materials, as well as more unexpected methodologies-the use of metaphor, perspective, enticement, and symbol-architects can greatly enhance our daily lives. These design techniques foster intellectual development, relaxation, and physical and emotional well-being. In the works of architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, Eero Saarinen, Cesar Pelli, Norman Foster, and Michael Hopkins, Kellert sees the success of these strategies and presents models for moving forward. Ultimately, Kellert views our fractured relationship with nature as a design problem rather than an unavoidable aspect of modern life, and he proposes many practical and creative solutions for cultivating a more rewarding experience of nature in our built environment.

Title Integrating Human Factors Methods and Systems Thinking for Transport Analysis and Design
Author Gemma J. M. Read
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2017-07-26
Category Computers
Total Pages 292
ISBN 1317115260
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Governments and road safety agencies around the world have either introduced or are considering 'safe system' strategies, a long overdue acknowledgement that different elements of the road system contribute to road safety outcomes. Human factors approaches have a leading role here in both conceptualising the road system as a complex sociotechnical system and in providing practical approaches to support true systems-based countermeasures. This book illustrates the potential for integrating contemporary systems-based human factors methods with modern day driving-assessment methods, such as vehicle instrumentation and driving simulation, to understand and enhance performance in modern day road-transport systems. The book outlines why a fundamental paradigm shift is needed in the way these systems are designed and operated, and illustrates how a wide range of accepted human-factors approaches can be applied successfully to road transport to revolutionise the countermeasure design process. The practical illustrations of these human factors methods are applied to a long-standing road and rail safety issue: rail level crossings, where the road and rail systems intersect. The final chapter of the book highlights the utility of the human factors approach to reducing road trauma and discusses future applications of the approach.

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