betype:

Be A Skilled Money Making Machine with this Library of 65 Ebooks: $45

In these days everybody is hungry to learn all the things related to web design. Imagine to have a full Library that covers every topic related to this art? Sure you will be full of wisdom but empty pockets, to acquire more than 60 books can cost you thousands of dollars.

But now the Smashing Library have released its full library covering a wide range of topics:

  • Front-end development (CSS, HTML5, JavaScript),
  • Responsive Web design,
  • Mobile design and iOS/Android app development,
  • Psychology and UX design,
  • Content Strategy and Copywriting,
  • Typography and Design Legacy,
  • Photoshop, Illustrator and Fireworks,
  • Running a Web design business,
  • WordPress,

And much more topics written by remarkable professionals in the area, also the bundle includes an access for a full year of updates. In average Smashing Books release 24 New ebooks every year so you easily can take for granted a total 84 books in this bundle.Now the best part: they are pricing all this bundle for $45.

If you are like me and though: “nah this books maybe are from 2002 and talk about Internet Explorer 2.0” - but nope, I was very wrong. They’re very updated even you can have info about iOS and Swift program language, info very 2014.

The Website site the discount will last only 4 days, maybe they extend the days but I wouldn’t take the risk

Check all the info here: http://bit.ly/1scGyzU

In 1864 Maryland, Confusion Over Emancipation Made Slaves Interpreters of Law by Martha Jones

africandiasporaphd:

In the midst of the Civil War, who was a slave and who was free? When African Americans in Maryland asked this question 150 years ago, in August 1864, they engaged in a sophisticated analysis. The answer was to be found in the confrontations between African Americans, slaveholders, and soldiers. Understanding emancipation required the careful reading of orders, statutes, and presidential edicts. The result was sometimes confusion, even for lawmakers. Judges, congress members, and the President differed over who had the authority to end slavery. Legal pundits suggested that the Constitution might not allow for abolition at all. Enslaved people had a great deal at stake: their liberty. They studied emancipation’s complex legal contours. They interpreted the law. Then, they acted.

Read more about what they did, including Annie Davis’ letter to Abraham Lincoln inquiring about her freedom.

Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is daily admission of one’s weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart.
Mahatma Gandhi (via purplebuddhaproject)

colourmebaadd:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Tuesday afternoon, Ferguson protesters march in downtown St. Louis, from City Hall to the US Courthouse. 

This is super important


thebriskconvergence:

Amazing.

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hbcreative:

#FERGUSON

     I won’t soon forget the events that took place in #ferguson…will you?


Goals.

(Source: misterand)

People have a hard time letting go of their suffering. Out of a fear of the unknown, they prefer suffering that is familiar.
 Thích Nhất Hạnh (via purplebuddhaproject)