First Steps BooksGetting Started Books
Getting started: Modernity - Cyrus Lakdawala
Paperback, 256 pagesThe Modern Defence is an important opening that Schwarz can play against any opening system. Whites may take the center, but Schwarz is planning to subvert this pattern in the middle game with targeted strokes from the figures and peasants. By doing it right, the center can be wiped away drastically.
But if things go awry, black can be slashed. The First Steps is a new opening set and is perfect for gamers who want easy and uncomplicated explanation. The First Steps emphasizes: The First Steps books are built on meticulously chosen, educational gameplay that shows exactly what both sides are trying to do.
There' s enough theoretical knowledge so that the improved players can get a grip on the opening without feel overtaxed. First Steps is the perfect starting point if you want to take a new job.
We' ve published over a million pictures on Flickr Commons that anyone can use, remake and reuse. These pictures themselves reflect an astonishing mixture of themes: There' are cards, geologic charts, nice artwork, comic satires, lighted and ornamental characters, colorful artwork, landscape, mural painting and much more that even we are not conscious of.
We' re looking for new, original ways to browse, find and present these'invisible illustrations'. These pictures were picked from the pages as part of the'Mechanical Curator', a creations of the British Library Labs projec. It may suggest the theme of the illustration in the work, but it does not suggest how colorful and captivating these canvases are.
At the beginning of next year we are planning to bring a crowdsourcing app onto the market to describe what the pictures represent. It should show that we have the intention to work with it, customize it and make enhancements to help others work with this version.
Very few data sets of this kind are freely accessible for any purpose, and we are hoping that by posting them on line we can encourage and encourage research into print artwork, cards and other materials that are not currently being researched. Since the pictures come from only 65,000 books and the archive contains many million objects.
Tags have been added to the pictures to make surfing easier and to allow new viewing of the works themselves. We search for information about what is shown in the pictures themselves and use analytic techniques to interprete them as a whole. We' re very excited to see what kind of idea and project those pictures are used for, and we'd like to work with those who have been inspiring to research them.
An American Commonwealth survey of its indigenous peoples, industry, manufacturers, trade and its work in the fields of literary, scientific, educational and self-government. With" many pictures" by SHALER, Nathaniel Southgate.