Kamis, 21 Oktober 2010

Buku Gratis Koleksi Jimly Asshiddiqie

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•Pengantar Ilmu Hukum Tata negara jilid 1
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•Perkembangan dan Konsolidasi Lembaga Negara Pasca Reformasi
•Hukum Acara Pengujian Undang-undang
•Model-Model Pengujian Konstitusional di Berbagai Negara
•Konstitusi dan Konstitusionalisme Indonesia
•Sengketa Kewenangan Konstitusional Lembaga Negara
•Kemerdekaan Berserikat, Pembubaran Partai Politik, dan Mahkamah Konstitusi
•Teori Hans Kelsen Tentang Hukum
•Hukum Tata Negara dan Pilar-Pilar Demokrasi
•Pokok-Pokok Hukum Tata Negara Indonesia Pasca Reformasi
•Gagasan Amandemen UUD 1945 Dan Pemilihan Presiden Secara Langsung
•Implikasi Perubahan UUD 1945 terhadap Pembangunan Hukum Nasional
•Pengantar Hukum Tata Negara Jilid II

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• Islam dan Negara Konstitusional. Keynote-speech dalam Seminar Indonesia-Malaysia tentang Islam dan Masalah Ketatanegaraan, diselenggarakan di Padang oleh UIN/IAIN Padang, 7 Oktober 2010.
• The True Story of Marbury. Marbury versus Madison, 1803
• Simbol Negara dalam Demokrasi. Diskusi di Lemhanas, April 2010
• Nahdatul Ulama 2010. Makalah dalam Buku NU dalam rangka Muktamar di Makasar, 2010
• Sistem Ketatanegaraan. Sistem Ketatanegaraan Indonesia berdasarkan UUD 1945

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Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg

Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg (c. 1398 – 3 February, 1468) was a German goldsmith and printer who is credited with being the first European to use movable type printing c. 1439 and the global inventor of the mechanical printing press. His major work, the Gutenberg Bible (also known as the 42-line Bible), has been acclaimed for its high aesthetic and technical quality.

Among the specific contributions to printing that are attributed to Gutenberg are the invention of a process for mass-producing movable type, the use of oil-based ink, and the use of a wooden printing press similar to the screw olive and wine presses of the period. His truly epochal invention was the combination of these elements into a practical system. Gutenberg may have been familiar with printing; it is claimed that he had worked on copper engravings with an artist known as the Master of the Playing Cards. Gutenberg's method for making type is traditionally considered to have included a type metal alloy and a hand mould for casting type.

The use of movable type was a marked improvement on the handwritten manuscript, which was the existing method of book production in Europe, and upon woodblock printing, and revolutionized European book-making. Gutenberg's printing technology spread rapidly throughout Europe and is considered a key factor in the European Renaissance. Gutenberg remains a towering figure in the popular image; in 1999, the A&E Network ranked Gutenberg #1 on their "People of the Millennium" countdown, and in 1997, Time–Life magazine picked Gutenberg's invention as the most important of the second millennium.

Early life

Gutenberg was born in the German city of Mainz, the youngest son of the upper-class merchant Friele Gensfleisch zur Laden, and his second wife Else Wyrich, who was the daughter of a shopkeeper. According to some accounts Friele was a goldsmith for the bishop at Mainz, but most likely he was involved in the cloth trade. Gutenberg's year of birth is not precisely known but was most likely around 1398.

John Lienhard, technology historian, says "Most of Gutenberg's early life is a mystery. ... His father worked with the ecclesiastic mint. Gutenberg grew up knowing the trade of goldsmithing." This is supported by historian Heinrich Wallau, who adds, "In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries his [descendants] claimed an hereditary position as ... the master of the archiepiscopal mint. In this capacity they doubtless acquired considerable knowledge and technical skill in metal working. They supplied the mint with the metal to be coined, changed the various species of coins, and had a seat at the assizes in forgery cases."

Wallau adds, "His surname was derived from the house inhabited by his father and his paternal ancestors 'zu Laden, zu Gutenberg'. The house of Gänsfleisch was one of the patrician families of the town, tracing its lineage back to the thirteenth century." Patricians (aristocrats) in Mainz were often named after houses they owned. Around 1427, the name zu Gutenberg, after the family house in Mainz, is documented to have been used for the first time.

In 1411, there was an uprising in Mainz against the patricians, and more than a hundred families were forced to leave. As a result, the Gutenbergs are thought to have moved to Eltville am Rhein (Alta Villa), where his mother had an inherited estate. According to historian Heinrich Wallau, "All that is known of his youth is that he was not in Mainz in 1430. It is presumed that he migrated for political reasons to Strasburg, where the family probably had connections." He is assumed to have studied at the University of Erfurt, where there is a record of a student, in 1419, named Johannes de Alta villa.

Nothing is now known of Gutenberg's life for the next fifteen years, but in March 1434, a letter by him indicates that he was living in Strasbourg, where he had some relatives on his mother's side. He also appears to have been a goldsmith member enrolled in the Strasbourg militia. In 1437, there is evidence that he was instructing a wealthy tradesman on polishing gems, but where he had acquired this knowledge is unknown. In 1436/37 his name also comes up in court in connection with a broken promise of marriage to a woman from Strasbourg, Ennelin. Whether the marriage actually took place is not recorded. Following his father's death in 1419, he is mentioned in the inheritance proceedings.

Printing press

Around 1439, Gutenberg was involved in a financial misadventure making polished metal mirrors (which were believed to capture holy light from religious relics) for sale to pilgrims to Aachen: in 1439 the city was planning to exhibit its collection of relics from Emperor Charlemagne but the event was delayed by one year and the capital already spent could not be repaid. When the question of satisfying the investors came up, Gutenberg is said to have promised to share a "secret". It has been widely speculated that this secret may have been the idea of printing with movable type. Legend has it that the idea came to him "like a ray of light".

At least up to 1444, he lived in Strasbourg, most likely in the St. Arbogast suburb. It was in Strasbourg in 1440 that Gutenberg perfected and unveiled the secret of printing based on his research, mysteriously entitled Kunst und Aventur (art and enterprise). It is not clear what work he was engaged in, or whether some early trials with printing from movable type may have been conducted there. After this, there is a gap of four years in the record. In 1448, he was back in Mainz, where he took out a loan from his brother-in-law Arnold Gelthus, presumably for a printing press.

By 1450, the press was in operation, and a German poem had been printed, possibly the first item to be printed there. Gutenberg was able to convince the wealthy moneylender Johann Fust for a loan of 800 guilders. Peter Schöffer, who became Fust's son-in-law, also joined the enterprise. Schöffer had worked as a scribe in Paris and designed some of the first typefaces.

Gutenberg's workshop was set up at Hof Humbrecht, a property belonging to a distant relative. It is not clear when Gutenberg conceived the Bible project, but for this he borrowed another 800 guilders from Fust, and work commenced in 1452. At the same time, the press was also printing other, more lucrative texts (possibly Latin grammars). There is also some speculation that there may have been two presses, one for the pedestrian texts, and one for the Bible. One of the profit-making enterprises of the new press was the printing of thousands of indulgences for the church, documented from 1454–55.

In 1455 Gutenberg published his 42-line Bible, commonly known as the Gutenberg Bible. About 180 were printed, most on paper and some on vellum.

Jumat, 17 April 2009

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Sabtu, 28 Maret 2009

Buku Pintar Nutrisi dan Hidup Sehat

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Table of Content

• Healthy Eating
• Nutrient Requirements of Women in Sport
• Immunity and the Immune System
• The Great Influence Of Vitamin B to the Nervous System
• Eating to Health? Think Again!
• Green Tea, or not to Green Tea?
• The Minefield Of Eating Out On A Gluten Free Diet
• ake Back Your Life 7
• The Two Faces of Chlorine
• Herbs that Heal Naturally
• The Four Cornerstones of Nutrition
• Simple Food and Diet Nutrition Remedies for Your Common Health Ailments
• Whats Missing Could Be Making You Sick
• Understanding Vegetarianism
• Relieve PMS with the Food Diet Changes
• Snack Attack - How to Keep Your Hunger Between Meals from Getting the Best of You
• Homeostasis and Complementary Therapies
• Fiber in a Nutshell?
• How to Stop Bad Breath In 4 Refreshing Steps
• Blueberries: Healthy and Easy on the Tummy After WLS
• The Truth About the Meat You Eat
• Factors that Affect the Nutritional Requirements of an Individual
• Improve Your Eating Habits
• The History of the Acai Berry
• Gift Basket Idea for Senior Citizens
• Eating For Success: Breakfast For The Busy Corporate
• 7 Tips on Using Food Diet Remedies for Your Common Health Ailments
• Copping Out the Positive Effects of Copper
• Where Does Your Drinking Water Come From?
• Prevent Constipation and Other Health Ailments with Papaya 54 Constipation
• Surprise! Many Fats, Even Some Saturated Fats Can Actually Be Good for You
• Sports Nutrition Made Simple
• Tips to Avoid Trans Fats Hidden In Food
• Taste the Good Health Fruit Called Apple
• Avoiding Mental Disorders Through the Aid of Vitamins and Minerals
• Sugar Consumption Itself Has Become a Disease
• Facts About Virgin Coconut Oil
• Vitamin D - The Sunshine Vitamin!
• Health Update: Have Your Chocolate and Eat It, Too!
• Aging Gracefully with the Aid of Various Nutrients
• The Importance of Good Nutrition in Keeping Your Smile Beautiful and Your Mouth Healthy
• Refrigerator Water Filters vs Bottled Water: Round 1
• Beginning an Alkaline Diet: The Basic Principles - Start Alkalizing Today!
• Soytastic: The Health Benefits of Soy
• A Result Producing Guide to Nutrition
• Dietary Guideline USA
• Manganese 101
• Calorie Deficit
• Magnesium 101
• Fish Oil
• Healthy Aging - The Clean-Meat Connection
• Antioxidants - Add a Lean, Muscular Body to the List of Benefits!
• The Crucial Role of the Salt in Our Health
• Post Workout Nutrition: Secrets to a Hard, Lean Body
• The Benefits of Iodine
• Whats The Truth About Fat?
• A Home Water Filter - Do We Need To Filter Our Drinking Water?
• Buying Organic Produce: 6 Tips on How to Shop Wisely and Save Money

Buku Pintar Karir & HRD

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Compiles HRD and Career articles. Presented in ebook.

Table of Content
• CVs And Resumes Sometimes Just Get In The Way
• Searching for Jobs Online
• Students Searching for a Job
• Technology in the Workplace - Boon or Curse?
• After Your Interview - What Must You Do Next?
• Tales from the Corporate Frontlines: Career Opportunities for New Graduates
• Searching for an IT Job
• Successful Job Seeking? The Importance of Your Cover Letter
• The Case For Internships
• Wake Up and Learn Something New
• Benefits of Mystery Shopping For Secret Shoppers
• Career Killers to Avoid
• 10 Key Career Success Questions
• Think About a Nursing Degree
• Employment Under A Microscope
• Thurvival Skills for 05
• What You Should Never Put on Your Resume
• What to Do if You are Over 40 and Have Lost Your Job
• Why One Word Answers are Bad News at Job Interviews
• Resumes Aren’t Important - They are Everything When it Comes to Getting an Interview
• How to Write Cover Letters That Increase Your Chances of Winning an Interview
• The Art of Selling Yourself!
• Searching for Employment
• Searching for an Executive Job
• Searching for a Federal Job
• How to Recoup From Missing the Most Important Meeting of the Year
• 5 Steps to Standing Out Above the Crowd at Work
• Unemployment Blues: Mind Over Mood
• How to Tell if You are Fired and Just Dont Know It
• Job Lead Websites To Use in Your Telecommuting Search
• Everyday Is Saturday: Help for the Suddenly Unemployed
• Strange Jobs Still Pay The Bills
• Hiring the OverQualified Employee or Mining for Gold
• Employees, Get Used to Working under Surveillance
• What Every Employee Should Know About How to Overcome Boredom
• The Group Interview
• Writing a Must-Read Cover Letter
• Make a Good Living Doing What You Love
• How to Insure Job Security
• Write And Get Hired
• Using Freelance Websites to Telecommute
• Age Discrimination is Alive and Unwelcome Here!
• Get Off Your Butt and Out of the Rut
• Don’t Settle
• Working On A Farm In Kent
• Rethink Your Career Transition
• Auto-Disqualification - When Your Resume Never Reaches the Decision Maker75
• The Five Most Common - And Most Avoidable - Résumé Errors 77
• Make Your Resume Keyword Rich and Scanner Friendly80
• The Role of a Medical Assistant in a Modern Medical Practice 83
• How to Make Money as a Reflexologist85
• Personal Grooming: 8 Top Reasons Why You Can’t Take It For Granted In Your Career87
• Listening for Interview Success 88
• Mastering The Lunch Interview89
• Conduct An Informational Interview 92
• Just a Series of Choices93
• Seven Ways to Say You’re Fired and What to Do When It Happens to You95
• Getting Started: 5 Things You Need to Decide When You Get Started with a Job Search97
• Your Interview Questions Are a Serious Matter 98
• Back to School for a Career Change 99
• What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? Something That Hasn’t Been Invented Yet!100
• For My Second Career, I Want to Do Nothing! 102
• Seven Myths You Must Challenge Now To Begin Your Second Career Today103
• Ten Things To Do When You Really, Really Hate Your Job105
• When Your Job Goes Away: Seven Tips' 107
• How People Really Explore New Careers: What Does A Real Career Search Look Like? 108
• Career Planning for Gifted Adults 112
• The Springtime of Your Career 113
• Looking for Work in All the Wrong Places 114
• Losing A Career Can Feel Like Getting A Divorce115
• Prepare for Your Performance Review Before You Start the Job 116
• 7 Steps To A Job-Winning Resume 118
• 7 Tips to a Powerful Resume119
• 5 Biggest Resume Mistakes You Can Fix Yourself 120
• 10 Steps to Interviews that Win the Job 121
• For Effective Decisions, Look Beyond Career Stereotypes 122
• Career Strategy When Your Boss is a Bully 124
• Are You Ready To Start A Business? Take This Quiz and See126
• During Midlife Change: Are You a Jumper or a Clinger? 128
• How to Walk Away from an Opportunity thats Wrong for You 130
• Reinvent Yourself in a New Career132
• Why Bachelors Make Bad Decisions: Five Tips to Move from Reality Television to Your Career Change134
• Losing a Career When Youre Moving for Love' 136
• Relocation Myths and Stereotypes138
• Moving Without A Job: Should You Move to the Location of Your Dreams and THEN Look for a Job?140
• Ready to Move -- Anywhere!141
• Rewriting Your Resume: 7 Easy Ways To Give Yourself An Upgrade