Ebooks

Amazon is giving away 10 free Kindle ebooks for World Book Day

Every year, Amazon makes 10 free Kindle books available for free, as part of its World Book Day promotion. The titles truly come from all over the world, with 10 separate countries represented and they have all been translated into English. The books you download have no expiration date and are yours forever. Hurry, World […]

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This interesting Kindle trick could unlock millions of free e-books

Get lots of new reading material for your Kindle LightRocket via Getty Images There are millions of free books on the internet, many of which are stored in PDF format. But reading PDFs on a Kindle eBook reader is a dismal reading experience. There is, however, a quick, easy, and little-known way to turn these […]

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10 Free Must-Read eBooks About Machine Learning

ML has the ability to solve complex problems accurately, reliably and quickly. In the midst of all the excitement around big data, we keep hearing the term “machine learning”. It not only offers a lucrative career, but it also promises to solve problems and support businesses by forecasting and helping them make sound decisions. Today, […]

Educational books

‘Science Manga Survival’ educational books get second animated film on Deep Sea – News

Animation Toei announced on Friday that he was producing a second animated film based on the Survival of the manga Kagaku (Science Manga Survival) is studying the manga series. New Shinkai no survival! (Survive! In the Deep Sea) movie adapts the Shinkai no survival! delivered. The film will be released in Japan on August 13. […]

Book selection

App State Common Reading Program announces “Belonging” as selection of books for 2021-2022

BOONE, NC – Appalachian State University’s Common reading program named Nora Krug’s award-winning graphic memoir “Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home” as the 2021-2022 book selection for the university’s new class of freshmen and transfer students. “Nora Krug’s poignant graphic memories remind us that identity cannot be confined to one time, place, culture […]