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Author: BeMyLove on 5-08-2022, 14:40


Udemy - OKR Goal Setting A-Z - How To Set, Track and Achieve Goals

Udemy - OKR Goal Setting A-Z - How To Set, Track and Achieve Goals

Language: English
Size: 773.54 MB |Total Duration: 02:16:16 |Resolution: 1280x720
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Genre: eLearning


Author: BeMyLove on 5-08-2022, 14:03


Udemy - How To Find and Correct Writing Errors - The Proofreading Guide

Udemy - How To Find and Correct Writing Errors - The Proofreading Guide

Language: English
Size: 542.87 MB |Total Duration: 00:49:31 |Resolution: 1280x720
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Genre: eLearning


Author: BeMyLove on 5-08-2022, 13:54


Udemy - How To Develop A Research - Dissertation Idea

Udemy - How To Develop A Research - Dissertation Idea

Language: English
Size: 1.36 GB |Total Duration: 02:12:53 |Resolution: 1280x720
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Genre: eLearning


Author: BeMyLove on 5-08-2022, 13:36


Udemy - How To Coach In The Workplace

Udemy - How To Coach In The Workplace

Language: English
Size: 645.57 MB |Total Duration: 01:12:20 |Resolution: 1280x720
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Genre: eLearning


Author: BeMyLove on 5-08-2022, 12:51


Skillshare - How To Draw Female Torsos - Learn Anatomy of The Female Torso, and Pose It In Perspe...

Skillshare - How To Draw Female Torsos - Learn Anatomy of The Female Torso, and Pose It In Perspective

Language: English
Size: 1.82 GB |Total Duration: 04:14:06 |Resolution: 1280x720
Video: avc1, 04:14:06, 1848 Kbps, 1280x720, 30.000 fps
Audio: mp4a-40-2, 128 Kbps, 48 Khz
Genre: eLearning


Author: BeMyLove on 5-08-2022, 12:42


Skillshare - Ghost Theme Development - How to Customise Your Ghost Publication

Skillshare - Ghost Theme Development - How to Customise Your Ghost Publication

Language: English
Size: 1.3 GB |Total Duration: 02:37:36 |Resolution: 1280x720
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What's the Matter with Kansas How Conservatives Won the Heart of America [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B098GCL9TW | 2022 | 8 hours and 57 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 246 MB
Hailed as "dazzlingly insightful and wonderfully sardonic" (Chicago Tribune), "very funny and very painful" (San Francisco Chronicle), and "in a different league from most political books" (The New York Observer), What's the Matter with Kansas? unravels the great political mystery of our day: Why do so many Americans vote against their economic and social interests? With his acclaimed wit and acuity, Thomas Frank answers the riddle by examining his home state, Kansas—a place once famous for its radicalism that now ranks among the nation's most eager participants in the culture wars.
Charting what he calls the "30-year backlash"—the popular revolt against a supposedly liberal establishment—Frank reveals how conservatism, once a marker of class privilege, became the creed of millions of ordinary Americans. A brilliant analysis—and funny to boot—What's the Matter with Kansas? is a vivid portrait of an upside-down world where blue-collar patriots recite the Pledge while they strangle their life chances; where small farmers cast their votes for a Wall Street order that will eventually push them off their land; and where a group of frat boys, lawyers, and CEOs has managed to convince the country that it speaks on behalf of the people.

In Defense of German Colonialism And How Its Critics Empowered Nazis, Communists, and the Enemies of the West [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B0B7CMNWPC | 2022 | 7 hours and 48 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 214 MB
Historian and university professor, Bruce Gilley, delves into the history of German colonialism from its earliest roots through the 20th century, demonstrating that contrary to modern presuppositions, it served as a global force for good—elevating the lives of its subjects and encouraging scientific development while allowing native cultures to flourish within its governance.
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How to Stay Smart in a Smart World Why Human Intelligence Still Beats Algorithms, Unabridged [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B0B75J8J63 | 2022 | 10 hours and 9 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 279 MB
Doomsday prophets of technology predict that robots will take over the world, leaving humans behind in the dust. Tech industry boosters think replacing people with software might make the world a better place—while tech industry critics warn darkly about surveillance capitalism. Despite their differing views of the future, they all agree: machines will soon do everything better than humans. How to Stay Smart in a Smart World shows why that's not true, and tells us how we can stay in charge in a world populated by algorithms. Machines powered by artificial intelligence are good at some things (playing chess), but not others (life-and-death decisions, or anything involving uncertainty).
Gerd Gigerenzer explains why algorithms often fail at finding us romantic partners (love is not chess), why self-driving cars fall prey to the Russian Tank Fallacy, and how judges and police rely increasingly on nontransparent "black box" algorithms to predict whether a criminal defendant will reoffend or show up in court. He invokes Black Mirror, considers the privacy paradox (people want privacy, but give their data away), and explains that social media get us hooked by programming intermittent reinforcement in the form of the "like" button. We shouldn't trust smart technology unconditionally, Gigerenzer tells us, but we shouldn't fear it unthinkingly, either.

After the Ivory Tower Falls How College Broke the American Dream and Blew Up Our Politics—and How to Fix It [Audiobook]
English | ASIN: B09JHV88QV | 2022 | 11 hours and 12 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 307 MB
From Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Will Bunch, the epic untold story of college—the great political and cultural fault line of American life. Today there are two Americas, separate and unequal, one educated and one not. And these two tribes—the resentful "non-college" crowd and their diploma-bearing yet increasingly disillusioned adversaries—seem on the brink of a civil war. The strongest determinant of whether a voter was likely to support Donald Trump in 2016 was whether or not they attended college, and the degree of loathing they reported feeling toward the so-called "knowledge economy" of clustered, educated elites. Somewhere in the winding last half-century of the United States, the quest for a college diploma devolved from being proof of America's commitment to learning, science, and social mobility into a kind of Hunger Games contest to the death. That quest has infuriated both the millions who got shut out and millions who got into deep debt to stay afloat.
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