- Blooks blast out of blogosphere. Wallis, Lawrence // PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);7/4/2008, p20
The article presents a discussion about blooks, a special kind of books that got its content from an Internet blog. According to the author, the word blog came from the combination of web log. Bloggers are sometimes seen as free marketers. An example of a blook is "Baghdad's Burning," authored...
- Tibetan rejuvenation. Schindler, Martha // Natural Health;May/Jun96, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p86
bLooks at five standard maneuvers associated with Tibetan rejuvenation. Other aspects of the five rites; Advise for performing these exercises; Advantages of the five rites.
- Mobile Internet wars begin. McClelland, Stephen // Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Jun97, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p20
bLooks at the prospect of cellular Internet providers with specific focus on Nokai's 9000 Personal Communicator. Information from Petri Poyhonen, Nokai's vice president of wireless data server systems.
- Successful reduction in contaimination and an increase in blood culture collection rates, following introduction of adult blook culture packs. Bonnici, R.; Xuereb, D. M. // BMC Proceedings;Jan2011 Supplement 6, Vol. 5, pP60
An abstract of the article "Successful reduction in contaimination and an increase in blood culture collection rates, following introduction of adult blook culture packs," by R. Bonnici and D. M. Xuereb is presented.
- THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM. McKie, David // Media;Spring2009, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p13
An interview with Sandra Ordonez, an employee at OurBlook, is presented. When asked about the importance of the website OurBlook in a recession, she perceives on their capability to create a web resource intended for the interaction among journalists. Ordonez shares on the commitment of the...
- Guide to Gay Atlanta nominated for global literary prize. Furtado, Ken // Echo Magazine;4/5/2007, Vol. 18 Issue 15, p66
The article announces that the book "ATLANTAboy: An Insider's Guide to Gay Atlanta," by Jordan McAuley and Matt Burkhalter has been nominated for a 2007 Blooker Prize. The award is a first-of-its-kind prize for "blooks," which are books based on blogs or web sites. It is estimated that there are...
- ABOVE & BEYOND. // New Yorker;2/1/2016, Vol. 91 Issue 46, p12
A calendar of events is presented for January-February 2016 in New York City including the exhibition "Blooks: The Art of Books That Aren't" at the Grolier Club, an art auction by the firm Sotheby's, and a discussion with author Toni Morrison at Congregation Beth Elohim.
- Perishable Inventory Theory: A Review. Nahmias, Steven // Operations Research;Jul/Aug82, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p680
This paper reviews the relevant literature on the problem of determining suitable ordering policies for both fixed life perishable inventory, and inventory subject to continuous exponential decay. We consider both deterministic and stochastic demand for single and multiple products. Both...
- ONE FOR THE BLOOKS. Davidovich, Joshua // U.S. News & World Report;3/13/2006, Vol. 140 Issue 9, p52
This article is a report on the growing trend towards the publishing of "blook," publishing slang for books written by bloggers. Publishers are courting well known weblog authors as they bring a ready-built audience to their books. Well known bloggers Markos Moulitsas of the "daily kos.com." and...
- The heart of the matter. // Environmental Engineering;Dec2010, Vol. 23 Issue 3/4, p35
The article discusses the development of the intelligent Ventricular Assist Device (iVAD) at the University of Leeds-England. The device is being designed as an artificial muscle wrap which assists the failing heart through the application of compressive force around the external surface of the...