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In Bed with Susie Bright Special: Bill Bright, ...
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Susie's father, Bill Bright, died on Sunday, October 15. In his honor, we're airing these two interviews with the noted linguist and editor.From In Bed, March 2004:Before Susie launches into her NYC interview series, she talks to a more local guest, her dad. In his second appearance on In Bed, linguist Bill Bright talks about his new book, Native American Place Names in the United States. He explains why you shouldn't call either a Native American woman or a mountain top 'squaw' and gives the fascinating secret sex history of many common place names.From In Bed, April 2001:In a very special Media Whore segment, Susie interviews her first guest on the show - her dad. Bill Bright is an anthropologist, linguist, and longtime fan of erotica. He talks with Susie about his early introduction to erotic writing and, based on his work, shares some Native American erotic stories and songs.Don't forget - you can ask Susie your confidential questions about sex and sexuality by sending mail to susie@audible.com.For Adults Only: Explicit language. Must be 18 years of age to purchase. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/061020/pf_suzy_061020_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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In Bed with Susie Bright 19: The History of Ero...
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In this week's Front Page, Susie reviews New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani's new rules intended to close even more sex shops in New York City. In a very special Media Whore segment, Susie interviews her first guest on the show - her dad. Bill Bright is an anthropologist, linguist, and longtime fan of erotica. He talks with Susie about his early introduction to erotic writing and, based on his work, shares some Native American erotic stories and songs. In her Try this at Home mailbag, Susie answers a question from a man who wants to be a big baby in the bedroom - diapers and all - and his fetish is turning his wife off. Don't forget - you can ask Susie your confidential questions about sex and sexuality by sending mail to susie@audible.com.For Adults Only: Explicit language. Must be 18 years of age to purchase. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/010424/pf_suzy_010424_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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In Bed with Susie Bright 55: Night Train, Hörbu...
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It's finally happened - Best American Erotica 2002 and Susie's How to Write a Dirty Story are finally on the bookstore shelves. At last, Susie can talk about the great erotica she's been reading and editing over the last year. To whet your appetite, Susie reads the erotic story "Night Train" by Nell Carberry from Best American Erotica 2002, about a first date that gets much hotter on the subway ride home. And Susie combines her excitement about the new books and her love of Valentine's Day in her first ever Valentine's Day contest. Send Susie a valentine (no store-bought ones, please!) to Susie Bright: Valentine, POB 8377, Santa Cruz, CA 95061 or via e-mail to susie@audible.com. Susie's going to pick her five favorites and the winners get signed copies of both Best American Erotica 2002 and How to Write a Dirty Story. In her Try This at Home Mailbag, Susie provides some polyamorous etiquette to a man who says he and his wife are ready to try polyamory but keep finding swingers instead. Don't forget you too can send your confidential sex etiquette questions to susie@audible.com. For Adults Only: Explicit language. Must be 18 years of age or older to purchase. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/020122/pf_suzy_020122_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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In Bed with Susie Bright 130: Erotica Ethics , ...
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After two years of fighting terrorism, the Feds are getting busy busting porn. A federal grand jury recently indicted the adult video company Extreme Associates and its owners for distributing porn via the mail and Internet. Susie says in these days of corporate owned porn, it's worth noting the scope of the bust and what it might mean to the rest of the industry. Then, Susie responds to a Best American Erotica 2003 listener who says the violence in some of the stories turned off his hard-on. Susie teases out the ethical considerations of what turns you on, whether it's in your fantasies or the erotica you read. Then, if you're looking for the stickiest Web sites for sex stories, Susie compares two of her favorite sites, Literotica.com and Cleansheets.com. Don't forget, you can send your confidential sex questions and feedback about the show to susie@audible.com. (Episode 130)Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/030905/pf_suzy_030905_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Online Law
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The Internet is changing the way people communicate and the way companies do business. At the same time, it is transforming the law. Whether you buy or sell goods and services online, publish information via the World-Wide Web, exchange messages via e-mail, electronically distribute digital content, or make payments online, you will be faced with new legal questions that are challenging businesses and attorneys alike. Written for the layperson, but extensively annotated for the experienced lawyer, Online Law provides clear guidance through the rapidly developing law of electronic commerce. Based on sound legal principles, this comprehensive handbook draws on the extensive knowledge of experienced attorneys at the forefront of today's emerging online legal issues. Online Law provides answers to the toughest online legal questions, such as: What rules govern advertising online? What are the legal issues involved in setting up a Web site? How do you create and enforce online contracts? How can you use digital signatures to facilitate electronic commerce? Who owns the rights to online information? When can you 'borrow' online materials from others? What are the rules for using sexually explicit material on the Net? What constitutes illegal conduct online? Can employers legally read their employees' e-mail? A collaborative effort, Online Law was written by the attorneys of the Information Technology Law Department at McBride Baker & Coles and sponsored by the Software Publishers Association. Thomas J. Smedinghoff, J.D., editor and lead author of Online Law, cochairs the Information Technology Law Department of the Chicago law firm of McBride Baker & Coles, chairs the Electronic Commerce and Information Technology Division of the American Bar Association, and serves as intellectual property counsel to the Software Publishers Association. He is the author of The Software Publishers Association Legal Guide to Multimedia (Addison-Wesley, 1994). The Software Publishers Association is the principal trade association of the PC software industry. With over 1,200 member companies, it has been a leading force in fostering electronic commerce and protecting intellectual property in a digital world.

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Short People
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'A near-magical collection. . . . This is a book that will stay with you for a long, long time.' – The Miami Herald “Sharp, funny, generous-minded. . . . Joshua Furst has an abiding interest in what kids do, and what they’re thinking when they do it.” – The Washington Post '[Furst] captures the utter joy and wonder of the formative years, making real the awe we long ago forgot, along with time's bleak and nefarious sides. . . . Furst makes it all explicit–the cruelty, the astonishment, the treachery, the rapture–and in doing so creates a thoughtful if disturbing portrait of what it means to be a child. Or, more to the point, what it means to be human.' – Los Angeles Times “[A] charged debut collection. . . . Like children, each story has its own way of demanding the reader's attention. . . . Furst’s attention to his characters, his allegiance, remains constant. There's real humor here, and terror, and an enormous sense of all that can be lost.' – Chicago Tribune “Complex and compassionate . . . a literary and social force that challenges the preconceptions of what it is truly like to be a kid today.” – The Hartford Courant ' Short People is a remarkable collection of stories, a wide-ranging, unsentimental exploration of the lost worlds of childhood and adolescence, where the angles are all slightly askew and the logic is more rigorous than our own. These are scary, funny, brilliantly observed narratives; Joshua Furst is a terrific writer.' –Jay McInerney 'A subtle, richly textured book.' – Daily Mail '[These] stories are must reading. . . . Joshua Furst has a real knack for these childhood and adolescent traumas; his stories capture this sensitive and often-forgotten time of transforming human experience.' – Richmond Times-Dispatch 'Both stomach turning and heart wrenching. These powerful stories are unnerving and scary.' – The Boston Globe 'Joshua Furst's debut collection is a book about childhood, not war, yet it has the feel of a letter from the front written to a soldier just graduating from boot camp and dreading what's to come. Its message is heartbreakingly mature: it doesn't matter what the conflict's about. Once the fighting has started, you have no choice but to see it through.' –Dale Peck 'Raymond Carver-esque. . . . Like fairy tales, Furst's fables are full of hazards and temptations.' – Newsday 'Any one of these stories is enough to break your heart. . . . Joshua Furst's debut is both enjoyable and important. It succeeds not only in questioning the behavioral norms of America, but also in reawakening our understanding of what it feels like to be a child.' – The Times Literary Supplement (London) 'Joshua Furst writes about the world of young people with a complexity and lack of sentimentality that is rarely, if ever, explored in American literature. To read these stories is to enter into some dark worlds, but the magic here lies in Furst's affection for his characters and, moreover, his almost parental desire for them to turn out okay. Short People is, at its core, a book about caring, and no one has taken more care than the author himself.' –Meghan Daum “Arresting. . . . As chilling as ghost stories–which, as the penultimate story reveals, they are in a way.” – The Observer '[Furst] examines childhood and its discontents with utmost empathy, refusing to sentimentalize the harrowing process of growing up. . . . Wonderful, a reminder of the chaos of youth that makes you relieved you never have to go through it again.' – New City Chicago 'The tragedy for many of the children in Furst's stories is their inability to see beyond the frail boundaries of their own restricted domains. . . . Furst's prose is precise and controlled. He is very good on the anomalies and misnomers revealed from a child's perspective, and these stories amount to a powerful and moving commentary on our society's often cynical and contradictory attitudes to childhood.' – The Daily

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Online Law
53,99 € *
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The Internet is changing the way people communicate and the way companies do business. At the same time, it is transforming the law. Whether you buy or sell goods and services online, publish information via the World-Wide Web, exchange messages via e-mail, electronically distribute digital content, or make payments online, you will be faced with new legal questions that are challenging businesses and attorneys alike. Written for the layperson, but extensively annotated for the experienced lawyer, Online Law provides clear guidance through the rapidly developing law of electronic commerce. Based on sound legal principles, this comprehensive handbook draws on the extensive knowledge of experienced attorneys at the forefront of today's emerging online legal issues. Online Law provides answers to the toughest online legal questions, such as: What rules govern advertising online? What are the legal issues involved in setting up a Web site? How do you create and enforce online contracts? How can you use digital signatures to facilitate electronic commerce? Who owns the rights to online information? When can you 'borrow' online materials from others? What are the rules for using sexually explicit material on the Net? What constitutes illegal conduct online? Can employers legally read their employees' e-mail? A collaborative effort, Online Law was written by the attorneys of the Information Technology Law Department at McBride Baker & Coles and sponsored by the Software Publishers Association. Thomas J. Smedinghoff, J.D., editor and lead author of Online Law, cochairs the Information Technology Law Department of the Chicago law firm of McBride Baker & Coles, chairs the Electronic Commerce and Information Technology Division of the American Bar Association, and serves as intellectual property counsel to the Software Publishers Association. He is the author of The Software Publishers Association Legal Guide to Multimedia (Addison-Wesley, 1994). The Software Publishers Association is the principal trade association of the PC software industry. With over 1,200 member companies, it has been a leading force in fostering electronic commerce and protecting intellectual property in a digital world.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Short People
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'A near-magical collection. . . . This is a book that will stay with you for a long, long time.' – The Miami Herald “Sharp, funny, generous-minded. . . . Joshua Furst has an abiding interest in what kids do, and what they’re thinking when they do it.” – The Washington Post '[Furst] captures the utter joy and wonder of the formative years, making real the awe we long ago forgot, along with time's bleak and nefarious sides. . . . Furst makes it all explicit–the cruelty, the astonishment, the treachery, the rapture–and in doing so creates a thoughtful if disturbing portrait of what it means to be a child. Or, more to the point, what it means to be human.' – Los Angeles Times “[A] charged debut collection. . . . Like children, each story has its own way of demanding the reader's attention. . . . Furst’s attention to his characters, his allegiance, remains constant. There's real humor here, and terror, and an enormous sense of all that can be lost.' – Chicago Tribune “Complex and compassionate . . . a literary and social force that challenges the preconceptions of what it is truly like to be a kid today.” – The Hartford Courant ' Short People is a remarkable collection of stories, a wide-ranging, unsentimental exploration of the lost worlds of childhood and adolescence, where the angles are all slightly askew and the logic is more rigorous than our own. These are scary, funny, brilliantly observed narratives; Joshua Furst is a terrific writer.' –Jay McInerney 'A subtle, richly textured book.' – Daily Mail '[These] stories are must reading. . . . Joshua Furst has a real knack for these childhood and adolescent traumas; his stories capture this sensitive and often-forgotten time of transforming human experience.' – Richmond Times-Dispatch 'Both stomach turning and heart wrenching. These powerful stories are unnerving and scary.' – The Boston Globe 'Joshua Furst's debut collection is a book about childhood, not war, yet it has the feel of a letter from the front written to a soldier just graduating from boot camp and dreading what's to come. Its message is heartbreakingly mature: it doesn't matter what the conflict's about. Once the fighting has started, you have no choice but to see it through.' –Dale Peck 'Raymond Carver-esque. . . . Like fairy tales, Furst's fables are full of hazards and temptations.' – Newsday 'Any one of these stories is enough to break your heart. . . . Joshua Furst's debut is both enjoyable and important. It succeeds not only in questioning the behavioral norms of America, but also in reawakening our understanding of what it feels like to be a child.' – The Times Literary Supplement (London) 'Joshua Furst writes about the world of young people with a complexity and lack of sentimentality that is rarely, if ever, explored in American literature. To read these stories is to enter into some dark worlds, but the magic here lies in Furst's affection for his characters and, moreover, his almost parental desire for them to turn out okay. Short People is, at its core, a book about caring, and no one has taken more care than the author himself.' –Meghan Daum “Arresting. . . . As chilling as ghost stories–which, as the penultimate story reveals, they are in a way.” – The Observer '[Furst] examines childhood and its discontents with utmost empathy, refusing to sentimentalize the harrowing process of growing up. . . . Wonderful, a reminder of the chaos of youth that makes you relieved you never have to go through it again.' – New City Chicago 'The tragedy for many of the children in Furst's stories is their inability to see beyond the frail boundaries of their own restricted domains. . . . Furst's prose is precise and controlled. He is very good on the anomalies and misnomers revealed from a child's perspective, and these stories amount to a powerful and moving commentary on our society's often cynical and contradictory attitudes to childhood.' – The Daily

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