Thousands of Internet fans play hide-and-seek with Momo the border collie every day. And now, in his New York Times best-selling book, you can too! Momo and his best buddy Andrew Knapp have traveled all over—through fields, down country roads, across cities, and into yards, neighborhoods, and surreal spaces of all sorts. The result is a book of spectacular photography that’s also a game you can play anytime. Lose yourself in page after page of Andrew’s beautiful, serene, dreamlike images, and sooner or later you’ll find Momo’s sweet, eager face looking back at you. (Can’t find him? Don’t worry…the answers are in the back.)
Momo loves to hide—and you’ll love looking for him! In this follow-up to the New York Times best seller Find Momo, the canine Instagram superstar (and his best buddy, Andrew Knapp) travel across the United States and Canada, visiting iconic landmarks and unique off-the-map marvels. Look for Momo hiding in Grand Central Station, in front of the White House, and in the French Quarter of New Orleans . . . as well as at diners, bookstores, museums, and other locales that only a seasoned road-tripper like Andrew could find. It’s part game, part photography book, and a whole lot of fun.
Play hide-and-seek with Momo, the bandana-wearing, head-tilting border collie who loves to tuck himself away for the stunning photographs taken by his BFF Andrew. The pair’s first books—Find Momo, Find Momo Coast to Coast, and the board book Let’s Find Momo!—explored landmarks and little-known places across the US and Canada. This new addition features beautiful cities and landscapes throughout Europe. Join Andrew and Momo on their travels to Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, the UK, and more. See if you can spot Momo concealed in picturesque neighborhoods, among ancient ruins, around castles and cathedrals, at legendary attractions, and in off-the-beaten-path locations that only these seasoned travelers could find. It’s the grand tour of Europe you’ve always wanted—with Momo’s cute and happy face waiting for you at every destination.
He's back! Everyone's favorite hide-and-seek border collie returns in this colorful, kid-friendly photography board book. Look for Momo hiding on a farm, in a bookstore, at a construction site, and in other unlikely locations (the photos are also loaded with other hidden objects for kids and parents to find together). Perfect for bedtime reading, car trips, playtime, or anytime, Let’s Find Momo is part art book, part puzzle book, and all fun! From the Board edition.
Author: Senior Lecturer in French Studies Andrew Knapp, Dr
Thousands of Internet fans play hide-and-seek with Momo the border collie every day. And now, in his "New York Times "best-selling book, you can too! Momo and his best buddy Andrew Knapp have traveled all over--through fields, down country roads, across cities, and into yards, neighborhoods, and surreal spaces of all sorts. The result is a book of spectacular photography that's also a game you can play anytime. Lose yourself in page after page of Andrew's beautiful, serene, dreamlike images, and sooner or later you'll find Momo's sweet, eager face looking back at you. (Can't find him? Don't worry...the answers are in the back.)
Tools for Automated and Streamlined Photographic Workflow on Linux
Author: Dmitri Popov
This book is about improving and optimizing your photographic workflow by automating tedious tasks and using lightweight and specialized tools. The book covers the following topics: - Use Bash shell scripts to automatically import photos and RAW files from a storage card or camera and automatically rename, geotag, and neatly organize the transferred files - Organize and manage photos with ExifTool - Manage and edit photos using the lightweight yet versatile gThumb application - Manage and process RAW files with Darktable - Manage and process photos with digiKam - Apply color corrections using Hald CLUT - Set up a simple self-hosted photo publishing web application to share and showcase your photographic masterpieces - Implement a cloud backup system - Build a Raspberry Pi-based device for backing up photos on the move - Write Bash shell and Python scripts to control a Sony camera from a Linux machine via Wi-Fi - Use Termux to organize, process, and back up photos and RAW files on an Android device - Find photos from the past with Natsukashii - Draw inspiration from Unsplash with the Unbash script - Build photo essays with Expose - Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Wireless Camera Server - Create super-resolution photos with the Highrise script - Follow photographers on Instagram without an account - Keep track of your gear using Everyday Photo Carry - Plan your photographic activities with Simple Photo Planner All material and scripts in the book are derived from the author's actual Linux-based photographic workflow.
Tips & Tools for unlocking the power of your Apple devices
Author: Chris Seibold
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Bigger in size, longer in length, broader in scope, and even more useful than our original Mac OS X Hacks, the new Big Book of Apple Hacks offers a grab bag of tips, tricks and hacks to get the most out of Mac OS X Leopard, as well as the new line of iPods, iPhone, and Apple TV. With 125 entirely new hacks presented in step-by-step fashion, this practical book is for serious Apple computer and gadget users who really want to take control of these systems. Many of the hacks take you under the hood and show you how to tweak system preferences, alter or add keyboard shortcuts, mount drives and devices, and generally do things with your operating system and gadgets that Apple doesn't expect you to do. The Big Book of Apple Hacks gives you: Hacks for both Mac OS X Leopard and Tiger, their related applications, and the hardware they run on or connect to Expanded tutorials and lots of background material, including informative sidebars "Quick Hacks" for tweaking system and gadget settings in minutes Full-blown hacks for adjusting Mac OS X applications such as Mail, Safari, iCal, Front Row, or the iLife suite Plenty of hacks and tips for the Mac mini, the MacBook laptops, and new Intel desktops Tricks for running Windows on the Mac, under emulation in Parallels or as a standalone OS with Bootcamp The Big Book of Apple Hacks is not only perfect for Mac fans and power users, but also for recent -- and aspiring -- "switchers" new to the Apple experience. Hacks are arranged by topic for quick and easy lookup, and each one stands on its own so you can jump around and tweak whatever system or gadget strikes your fancy. Pick up this book and take control of Mac OS X and your favorite Apple gadget today!
Cross-Cultural Collaborations in Asian American Literary Production
Author: Rei Magosaki
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Tricksters and Cosmopolitans is the first sustained exploration into the history of cross-cultural collaborations between Asian American writers and their non-Asian American editors and publishers. The volume focuses on the literary production of the cosmopolitan subject, featuring the writers Sui Sin Far, Jessica Hagedorn, Karen Tei Yamashita, Monique Truong, and Min Jin Lee. The newly imagined cosmopolitan subject that emerges from their works dramatically reconfigured Asian American female subjectivity in metropolitan space with a kind of fluidity and ease never before seen. But as Rei Magosaki shows, these narratives also invariably expose the problematic side of this figure, which also serves to perpetuate exploitative structures of Western imperialism and its legacies in late capitalism. Arguing that the actual establishment of such a critical standpoint on imperialism and globalization required the expansive and internationalist vision of editors who supported, cultivated, and promoted these works, Tricksters and Cosmopolitans reveals the negotiations between these authors and their publishers and between the shared investment in both politics and aesthetics that influenced the narrative structure of key works in the Asian American literary canon.