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Living Off the Grid in New Jersey

Author : Anthony R Carver
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6"X9" 120 blank lined pages in this journal that's so much more than a notebook. The perfect size for that person on the go. Students, professionals, friends and loved ones will use this journal to diary lessons learned, new goals, accomplishments, and action plans moving forward. Upgrade from the spiral notebook and bring along any place you find inspiration. Scroll up and click the button to BUY TODAY! No need for electricity Won't break if you drop it It will never expire or need software updates The gift that's actually useful Looks great on a bookshelf The right size for everyone Thoughtful affordable gift Click on the author's name for more great journal gifts!

Backpacker

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Backpacker brings the outdoors straight to the reader's doorstep, inspiring and enabling them to go more places and enjoy nature more often. The authority on active adventure, Backpacker is the world's first GPS-enabled magazine, and the only magazine whose editors personally test the hiking trails, camping gear, and survival tips they publish. Backpacker's Editors' Choice Awards, an industry honor recognizing design, feature and product innovation, has become the gold standard against which all other outdoor-industry awards are measured.

Electrify Africa Act of 2013

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs
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New Jersey s Lost Piney Culture

Author : William J. Lewis
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Deep within the heart of the New Jersey Pine Barrens, the Piney people have built a vibrant culture and industry from working the natural landscape around them. Foraging skills learned from the local Lenapes were passed down through generations of Piney families who gathered many of the same wild floral products that became staples of the Philadelphia and New York dried flower markets. Important figures such as John Richardson have sought to lift the Pineys from rural poverty by recording and marketing their craftsmanship. As the state government sought to preserve the Pine Barrens and develop the region, Piney culture was frequently threatened and stigmatized. Author and advocate William J. Lewis charts the history of the Pineys, what being a Piney means today and their legacy among the beauty of the Pine Barrens.

The Grid Book

Author : Hannah Higgins
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Ten grids that changed the world: the emergence and evolution of the most prominent visual structure in Western culture.

Dwell

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At Dwell, we're staging a minor revolution. We think that it's possible to live in a house or apartment by a bold modern architect, to own furniture and products that are exceptionally well designed, and still be a regular human being. We think that good design is an integral part of real life. And that real life has been conspicuous by its absence in most design and architecture magazines.

The New York Lumber Trade Journal

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The Education of a Very Young Madam

Author : Ma-Ling Lee
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A provocative profile of the author's digital-age bordello business describes her nontraditional coming of age on the streets, her establishment of an Internet-based offshore brothel, and the latest technological developments that are transforming the sex industry. 50,000 first printing.

ALTERNATIVE PRESS INDEX

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Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of New Jersey

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Small Farm Today

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The New Criterion

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Home Power

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Metropolis

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The Independent Home

Author : Michael Potts
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Looks at people who are self-sufficient in providing their own heat, electricity, and hot water, and examines how the home-made systems work.

In Business

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Time

Author : Briton Hadden
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McDermott McGough

Author : Matthew Higgs
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McDermott & McGough met in New York's East Village art scene in 1980, and are renowned for their performative fusion of art and life. Rebelling against the confines of chronological time, the artists appropriated imagery and objects from the late 1800s and early 1900s. They reconstructed their lives as Late 19th Century and Early 20th Century artists, dedicated to the practice of living historicity. This volume shows two decades of photographic work by two of the least conventional and most fanciful protagonists of contemporary art. It includes more than 120 works through numerous historic photographic media including Palladium, Gum, Salt, and Cyanotype prints.

Stanford

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Want Not

Author : Jonathan Miles
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A New York Times Notable Book“A wonderful book, and there’s no one I would not urge to read it . . . This is the work of a fluid, confident and profoundly talented writer who gets more fluid, more confident and seemingly more talented even within the book itself.” —Dave Eggers, New York Times Book ReviewA highly inventive and corrosively funny story of our times, Want Not exposes three different worlds in various states of disrepair—a young freegan couple living off the grid in New York City; a once-prominent linguist, sacked at midlife by the dissolution of his marriage and his father’s losing battle with Alzheimer’s; and a self-made debt-collecting magnate, whose brute talent for squeezing money out of unlikely places has yielded him a royal existence, trophy wife included.Want and desire propel these characters forward toward something, anything, more, until their worlds collide, briefly, randomly, yet irrevocably, in a shattering ending that will haunt readers long after the last page is turned.“Shrewd, funny, and sometimes devastating . . . What Want Not does best, though, isn’t plotting but portraits of humanity: the small epiphanies and private hurts of every person whose life, like the detritus they produce, is as beautifully mundane and unique as a fingerprint.” —Entertainment Weekly“An impassioned work of fiction.” —Dallas Morning News