His winning margins in the 100m butterfly in three Olympics combine to just . 8 seconds, and the vast majority of that comes from 2012. His victories in 2004 and 2008 were razor thin. Michael Phelps’ 100-meter Butterfly Victories. In 2004 he bested Ian Cocker by just . 4 seconds. In 2008 he beat Milorad Cavic by the smallest possible margin of . 1 seconds. To put that win into perspectiv. f you clap your hands twice, as fast as you can, the time between the first and second claps will be more than that one hundredth of a second.
The Like Switch book. From a former FBI Special Agent specializing in behavior analysis. A great book for writers, actors and any others who want to observe and note human behavior in their creations, especially non-verbal behaviors. It's amazing how little most of us think about how we are being perceived by others, and by changing a few of our non-verbal behaviors here or there, we can make friends and influence our boss for the better.
Wood Finishing Fixes: Quick Answers to Over 175 Most Frequesntly Asked Q. Michael Dresdner. Michael Dresdner is a nationally known finishing expert with more than 20 years' experience in the field. The author of The Woodfinishing Book and The New Woodfinishing Book, he teaches and writes on the subject for American Woodworker and other woodworking magazines. He lives in Puyallup, Wash.
Understanding Wood Finishing Book. For more than 18 years, Bob Flexner has been inspiring woodworkers with his writings and teachings on wood finishing. Features: Technical updates on materials and techniques.
Finishing can also include the gilding or other decoration of the edges of the book's pages. Early codices, such as Coptic bindings had relatively simple finishing, including blind tooling and leather strips woven through covering material.
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Finishing the concept doesn’t mean finishing a book; far from it. As Patchett puts it, you still have to make all the trees and all the leaves and then sew the leaves onto the trees. In fact, if you look at a dramatic story like Ms. Rowling’s more closely, it looks grittier and more piecemeal than it might at first blush. Related Posts You’ve Finished Your Manuscript – But Your Book’s Not Ready For Publishing Finishing Your Novel: How To Know When You’re Done Writing Your Book Radically Improve Your Writing: Three Books That Will Help You Do It The First Word Completing A Novel: A Look At Various Writing Methods.
Ian Leslie, a wonderful writer who has got a book coming next year on lying, considers this question at his wonderful blog, Marbury: In my view the answer to this perennial question is a resounding Yes. The reason is simple: there are too many books worth . .There’s nothing wrong with not finishing a book. Samuel Johnson, surely one of the great readers of all time, claimed to feel guilty because he almost never read a book to the end-but still, he didn’t. Why should you read a book just because it’s there, or (worse) because you read it yesterday? Completism is the bugbear of actual reading I say, enjoy your promiscuity and keep reading new things. Agreed! Now, rather tediously, I must qualify this opinion.