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Crash override : how Gamergate (nearly) destroyed my life, and how we can win the fight against online hate
Quinn, Zoë, 1987- author.
You've heard the stories about the dark side of the internet--hackers, #gamergate, anonymous mobs attacking an unlucky victim, and revenge porn--but they remain just that: stories. Surely these things would never happen to yo

Irish-American autobiography : the divided hearts of athletes, priests, pilgrims, and more
Rogers, James author. (James Silas),
Irish-American Autobiography opens a new window on the shifting meanings of Irishness over the twentieth century, by looking at a range of works that have never before been considered as a distinct body of literature. Opening

Masterpiece comics
Sikoryak, R., author, illustrator.
HILARIOUS PARODIES OF CLASSIC LITERATURE REIMAGINED WITH CLASSIC COMICS Masterpiece Comics adapts a variety of classic literary works with the most iconic visual idioms of twentieth-century comics. Dense with exclamation mark

Prospects for alternative energy development in the U.S. West : tilting at windmills?
Pierce, John C., 1943- author.
This book poses the question of whether identifiable individual-level attributes (e.g., values, interests, knowledge, demographic characteristics) lead to support for or opposition to the development and implementation of alt

Terms and conditions : the graphic novel
Sikoryak, R., author, illustrator.
For his newest project, R. Sikoryak tackles the monstrously and infamously dense legal document, iTunes Terms and Conditions, the contract everyone agrees to but no one reads. In a word for word 94-page adaptation, Sikoryak h

The papers of George Washington.
Washington, George, 1732-1799, author.
Washington's development of his espionage network in New York City reaped dividends later that month when one of his spies-a double agent-alerted him ahead of time of a British attack up the Hudson River toward West Point. Th

Students lead the library : the importance of student contributions to the academic library

Students Lead the Library provides case studies of programs and initiatives that seek student input, assistance, and leadership in the academic library. Through the library, students can develop leadership skills, cultivate h

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