While their plans may be less complicated than Buffett's, readers
also like to control how and to whom they distribute their wealth.
Using a Web browser, with no downloads required, readers
can click on a link to view the magazine on their computer and simply leaf through magazine pages.
A) The hypertext novel gives readers
a spatial model of narrative.
In the last decade or so lifelong readers
have been treated to, and new readers
have been brought into, another renaissance in black writing.
Like professional musicians, Eden says, good readers
learn a complex skill through nearly lifelong practice.
Several experts, including Richard Saul Wurman, have discussed the problem of overloaded readers
who ignore information.
The general effect is to require readers
to work hard, so that they, like the characters and the author, become truly part of the fictional enterprise.
Your customer readers
don't care that your company is putting $100 million more into R&D this year.
Through the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN), FINREAD is developing a series of specifications for intelligent smart card readers
intended to support electronic commerce, home banking and digital signature applications.
Where Galileo sought to put the reader
in his own position as a scientific observer by making reading a form of observation, Cavendish used the telescopic image to show how readers
become the makers of their own fictions.
Best fighter pound-for-pound today: Readers
- Roy Jones Jr.
The more freely a librarian mingles with readers
, and the greater the
So it would seem that the price of the social prestige and gloire, heaped on French authors by generations of avid readers
, has been a certain professional backwardness.
Through this report, readers
can acquire more information:
This article first discusses the challenges that linguistic minority populations face as they strive to learn English and become competent second language readers