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Streetart in Germany. by Schaal, Timo.;
Pages:1 to 25 -- Pages:26 to 50 -- Pages:51 to 75 -- Pages:76 to 100 -- Pages:101 to 125 -- Pages:126 to 150 -- Pages:151 to 175 -- Pages:176 to 193.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Brand Failures [electronic resource] : The Truth About the 100 Biggest Branding Mistakes of All Time by Haig, Matt.(SAGE)1973137;
Praise for Brand Failures…; Contents; Preface; 01 Introduction; Why brands fail; Brand myths; Why focus on failure?; 02 Classic failures; 1 New Coke; 2 The Ford Edsel; 3 Sony Betamax; 4 McDonald's Arch Deluxe; 03 Idea failures; 5 Kellogg's Cereal Mates; 6 Sony's Godzilla; 7 Persil Power; 8 Pepsi; 9 Earring Magic Ken; 10 The Hot Wheels computer; 11 Corfam; 12 RJ Reynolds' smokeless cigarettes; 13 La Femme; 14 Radion ; 15 Clairol's 'Touch of Yoghurt' shampoo; 16 Pepsi AM; 17 Maxwell House ready-to-drink coffee; 18 Campbell's Souper Combo; 19 Thirsty Cat! and Thirsty Dog!; 04 Extension failures20 Harley Davidson perfume21 Gerber Singles; 22 Crest; 23 Heinz All Natural Cleaning Vinegar; 24 Miller; 25 Virgin Cola; 26 Bic underwear; 27 Xerox Data Systems; 28 Chiquita; 29 Country Time Cider; 30 Capital Radio restaurants; 31 Smith and Wesson mountain bikes; 32 Cosmopolitan yoghurt; 33 Lynx barbershop; 34 Colgate Kitchen Entrees; 35 LifeSavers Soda; 36 Pond's toothpaste; 37 Frito-Lay Lemonade; 05 PR failures; 38 Exxon; 39 McDonald's - the McLibel trial; 40 Perrier's benzene contamination; 41 Pan Am; 42 Snow Brand milk products; 43 Rely tampons; 44 Gerber's PR blunder45 RJ Reynolds' Joe Camel campaign46 Firestone tyres; 47 Farley's infant milk; 06 Culture failures; 48 Kellogg's in India; 49 Hallmark in France; 50 Pepsi in Taiwan; 51 Schweppes Tonic Water in Italy; 52 Chevy Nova and others; 53 Electrolux in the United States; 54 Gerber in Africa; 55 Coors in Spain; 56 Frank Perdue's chicken in Spain; 57 Clairol's Mist Stick in Germany; 58 Parker Pens in Mexico; 59 American Airlines in Mexico; 60 Vicks in Germany; 61 Kentucky Fried Chicken in Hong Kong; 62 CBS Fender; 63 Quaker Oats' Snapple; 07 People failures; 64 Enron; 65 Arthur Andersen; 66 Ratner's67 Planet Hollywood68 Fashion Café; 69 Hear'Say; 70 Guiltless Gourmet; 08 Business cycle failures; 71 Lehman Brothers (1844-2008); 72 Marconi 1896-2001 and 2005; 09 Rebranding failures; 73 Consignia; 74 Tommy Hilfiger; 75 ONdigital to ITV Digital; 76 Windscale to Sellafield; 77 Payless Drug Store to Rite Aid Corporation; 78 British Airways; 79 MicroPro; 10 Internet and new technology failures; 80 Pets.com; 81 VoicePod; 82 Excite@Home; 83 WAP; 84 Dell's Web PC; 85 Intel's Pentium chip; 86 IBM's Linux graffiti; 87 boo.com; 88 Google; 11 Tired brands; 89 F. W. Woolworth ; 90 Oldsmobile91 Pear's Soap92 Ovaltine; 93 Kodak; 94 Polaroid; 95 Rover; 96 Moulinex; 97 Nova magazine; 98 Levi's; 99 Kmart; 100 The Cream nightclub; 101 Yardley cosmetics; References; IndexWhat do Coca-Cola, McDonald's, IBM, Microsoft and Virgin have in common? Yes, they are all global giants, but what they are less recognized for are all those branded products they've launched that have bombed - spectacularly and at great cost.Brand Failures takes a riveting look at how such disasters occur. In this new updated edition of the classic Matt Haig's best-selling book, we're given the inside story of 100 major brand blunders that make for jaw-dropping reading.He describes the brands that have set sail with the help of multi-million dollar advertising campaigns only to sink without a
Subjects: Electronic books.; Brand choice; Brand choice; Brand loyalty; Brand loyalty; Branding (Marketing);
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Beyond the Dead Horizon [electronic resource] : Studies in Modern Conflict Archaeology. by Saunders, Nicholas J.(SAGE)2085368;
List of Contributors; Foreword by Nicholas J. Saunders; Introduction: Engaging the materialities of twentieth and twenty-first century conflict by Nicholas J. Saunders; Acknowledgements; 1. 'Dead Man's Penny': a biography of the First World War bronze memorial plaque Julie Dunne; 2. The Poppy and the Harp: contested meanings at 'The Oratory', Dun Laoghaire, Ireland Niamh Keating; 3. The Bare Bones: body parts, bones, and conflict behaviour Susannah Callow; 4. The Diary of an American 'Doughboy': interpreting a textual artefact of the First World War Margaret N. Bagwell5. Picturing War: an intimate memorial to a lost soldier of the First World War Matthew Leonard6. The Battlefield in Miniature, or the multi-locational town of Messines Martin Brown; 7. Remembering the 'Doughboys': American memorials of the Great War Charles D. Eavenson II; 8. 'Lone and Captive Far From Home': gendered objects in Boer POW camps, Bermuda, 1901-2 Deborah A. Atwood; 9. Mr Hopgood's Shed: an archaeology of Bishop's Cannings wireless station Cassie Newland10. 'Hitler Loves Musso', and Other Civilian Wartime Sentiments: the archaeology of Second World War air-raid shelters and their graffiti Emily Glass11. The Many Faces of the Chaco War: indigenous modernity and conflict archaeology Esther Breithoff; 12. Trees as a Living Museum: arborglyphs and conflict on Salisbury Plain Chantel Summerfield; 13. Hadrian and the Hejaz Railway: linear features in conflict landscapes John B. Winterburn14. Churchill's 'Silent Sentinels': an archaeological spatial evaluation of Britain's Second World War coastal defences at Weymouth, Dorset, c. 1940 Philip R. Rowe15. Landmark, Symbol, and Monument: public perceptions of a Cold War early warning site in Germany Gunnar Maus; 16. America's Nuclear Wasteland: conflict landscape, simulation, and 'non-place' at the Nevada Test Site Liam Powell; 17. Signs, Signals and Senses: the soldier body in the trenches Melanie Winterton; 18. Beneath the Waves: the conflict seascape of the Baltic Gabriella SotoThe new interdisciplinary study of modern conflict archaeology has developed rapidly over the last decade. Its anthropological approach to modern conflicts, their material culture and their legacies has freed such investigations from the straitjacket of traditional 'battlefield archaeology'. It offers powerful new methodologies and theoretical insights into the nature and experience of industrialised war, whether between nation states or as civil conflict, by individuals as well as groups and by women and children, as well as men of fighting age. The complexities of studying wars within living
Subjects: Electronic books.; Archaeology and history; Military archaeology.; Military history -- 20th century.; World War, 1914-1918 -- Antiquities.; World War, 1939-1945 -- Antiquities.;
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Collected Poems. by Morgan, Edwin.(DLC)2009622;
Cover -- Title Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Prologue: Sculpture -- Dies Irae 1952 -- Dies Irae -- Stanzas of the Jeopardy -- 'What waves have beaten …' -- A Warning of Waters at Evening -- The Sleights of Darkness -- The Sleights of Time -- Sleight-of-Morals -- Harrowing Heaven, 1924 -- From the Anglo-Saxon -- THE RUIN -- THE SEAFARER -- THE WANDERER -- FOUR RIDDLES -- From the Early Middle English -- THE GRAVE -- The Vision of Cathkin Braes 1952 -- The Vision of Cathkin Braes -- A Courtly Overture -- Ingram Lake, or, Five Acts on the House -- ACT I WILLIAM TENNISSIPPI -- ACT II EARL SAUTERNE TOTTLE -- ACT III SOÛL-JEÛN PARTERRE -- ACT IV SIMON KONSTANTPETEROFF -- ACT V FRITTER CRYSTOP -- A Snib for the Nones -- Verses for a Christmas Card -- A Song of the Petrel -- The Cape of Good Hope 1955 -- The Cape of Good Hope -- I THE CAPE -- II MID-OCEAN -- III A DREAM AT THE MYSTERIOUS BARRICADES -- IV THE RETURN -- The Whittrick: a Poem in Eight Dialogues 1961 (published 1973) -- The Whittrick: a Poem in Eight Dialogues -- DIALOGUE I: JAMES JOYCE AND HUGH MACDIARMID -- DIALOGUE II: HIERONYMUS BOSCH AND JOHANN FAUST -- DIALOGUE III: QUEEN SHAHRAZAD AND KING SHAHRIYAR -- DIALOGUE IV: CHARLOTTE AND EMILY BRONTË -- DIALOGUE V: MARILYN MONROE AND GALINA ULANOVA -- DIALOGUE VI: THE BRAHAN SEER AND LADY SEAFORTH -- DIALOGUE VII: HAKUIN AND CHIKAMATSU* -- DIALOGUE VIII: GREY WALTER AND JEAN COCTEAU* (Assisted by Roddy and Eck - and the Whittrick) -- from Newspoems 1965-1971 -- Notice in Hell -- Notice in Heaven -- Sick Man -- Charon's Song -- Forgetful Duck -- Möbius's Bed -- Come In Old Cock -- Idyll -- New English Riddles: 1 -- Advice to a Corkscrew -- Unpublished Poems by Creeley: 2 -- Visual Soundpoem -- from Emergent Poems 1967 -- Plea -- Dialeck Piece -- Nightmare -- Manifesto -- from Gnomes 1968 -- Strawberry Fields Forever -- Archives -- Astrodome.The Computer's Second Christmas Card -- The Second Life 1968 -- The Old Man and the Sea -- The Death of Marilyn Monroe -- Je ne regrette rien -- The Domes of Saint Sophia -- The White Rhinoceros -- The Third Day of the Wolf -- Aberdeen Train -- The Opening of the Forth Road Bridge, 4.IX.64 -- To Hugh MacDiarmid -- To Ian Hamilton Finlay -- An Addition to the Family -- Canedolia -- Starryveldt -- Message Clear -- Bees' Nest -- French Persian Cats Having a Ball -- Orgy -- To Joan Eardley -- Linoleum Chocolate -- Good Friday -- The Starlings in George Square -- King Billy -- Glasgow Green -- The Suspect -- In the Snack-bar -- Trio -- Pomander -- Summer Haiku -- Siesta of a Hungarian Snake -- Boats and Places -- Seven Headlines -- The Computer's First Christmas Card -- Opening the Cage -- The Chaffinch Map of Scotland -- The Second Life -- The Sheaf -- The Unspoken -- From a City Balcony -- When you go -- Strawberries -- The Witness -- One Cigarette -- The Picnic -- Absence -- Without It -- The Welcome -- O Pioneers! -- Construction for I.k. Brunel -- Unscrambling the Waves at Goonhilly -- The Tower of Pisa -- Spacepoem 1: -- Chinese Cat -- Islands -- In Sobieski's Shield -- From the Domain of Arnheim -- For the International Poetry Incarnation -- What is 'Paradise Lost' really about? -- The Ages -- A View of Things -- The Flowers of Scotland -- The Horseman's Word 1970 -- 1 Arabian Nights Magic Horse -- 2 Clydesdale -- 3 Newmarket -- 4 Centaur -- 5 Eohippus -- 6 Kelpie -- 7 Hrimfaxi -- 8 Zane's -- 9 Hortobágy -- 10 Elegy -- from Instamatic Poems 1972 -- GLASGOW 5 MARCH 1971 -- GLASGOW 5 MARCH 1971 -- NICE 5 MARCH 1971 -- CHICAGO MAY 1971 -- GERMANY DECEMBER 1970 -- NIGERIA UNDATED REPORTED OCTOBER 1971 -- LEATHERHEAD SURREY SEPTEMBER 1971 -- AVIEMORE INVERNESSSHIRE AUGUST 1971 -- MOUGINS PROVENCE SEPTEMBER 1971 -- VENICE APRIL 1971 -- LONDON JUNE 1970.ROCKALL INVERNESSSHIRE JUNE 1972 -- ELLINGHAM SUFFOLK JANUARY 1972 -- LANCASHIRE NOVEMBER 1971 -- WASHINGTON SEPTEMBER 1971 -- TRANSLUNAR SPACE MARCH 1972 -- BANGAON INDIA JULY 1971 -- GLASGOW OCTOBER 1971 -- BRADFORD JUNE 1972 -- CAMPOBASSO ITALY UNDATED REPORTED MARCH 1971 -- LONDON NOVEMBER 1971 -- GLASGOW NOVEMBER 1971 -- GLASGOW NOVEMBER 1971 -- MILAN UNDATED REPORTED OCTOBER 1971 -- From Glasgow to Saturn 1973 -- Columba's Song -- Floating off to Timor -- In Glasgow -- Kierkegaard's Song -- Tropic -- Shantyman -- Oban Girl -- The Woman -- The Apple's Song -- Drift -- Fado -- After the Party -- At the Television Set -- From the North -- The Milk-cart -- Estranged -- For Bonfires -- I -- II -- III -- Blue Toboggans -- Song of the Child -- Lord Jim's Ghost's Tiger Poem -- Flakes -- Hyena -- The Loch Ness Monster's Song -- The Mill -- London -- I ST JAMES'S PARK -- II SOHO -- III THE POST OFFICE TOWER -- Interferences -- Che -- The Fifth Gospel -- Afterwards -- The Gourds -- Last Message -- Frontier Story -- The Barrow -- Thoughts of a Module -- The First Men on Mercury -- Spacepoem 3: Off Course -- A Too Hot Summer -- Itinerary -- Boxers -- Letters of Mr Lonelyhearts -- A Jar Revisited -- Pleasures of a Technological University -- The Computer's First Dialect Poems -- The Computer's First Code Poem -- Not Playing the Game -- Rider -- Guy Fawkes Moon -- Saturday Night -- Death in Duke Street -- Christmas Eve -- Stobhill -- THE DOCTOR -- THE BOILERMAN -- THE MOTHER -- THE FATHER -- THE PORTER -- Glasgow Sonnets -- The New Divan 1977 -- The New Divan -- Memories of Earth -- Space Sonnet & Polyfilla -- SPACE SONNET -- POLYFILLA -- Pictures Floating from the World -- The Reversals -- Twilight of a Tyranny -- The World -- A Girl -- Three Trees -- On John MacLean -- Vico's Song -- Sir Henry Morgan's Song -- Shaker Shaken.Lévi-Strauss at the Lie-Detector -- Wittgenstein on Egdon Heath -- Ten Theatre Poems -- THE DRUM -- THE CHORUS -- THE MASK -- THE FAN -- THE SKOMOROKH (wandering player in medieval Russia) -- THE SHADOW -- THE SOLILOQUY -- THE CODPIECE -- THE HANAMICHI -- THE SPIRIT OF THEATRE -- Five Poems on Film Directors -- ANTONIONI -- GRIERSON -- WARHOL -- KUROSAWA -- GODARD -- School's Out -- Adventures of the Anti-sage -- IN THE COUNTRY -- SUBSEA -- ELECTRONIC -- IMPRISONED -- The Divide -- Smoke -- The Beginning -- Planets -- The Question -- Resurrections -- Unfinished Poems -- Star Gate Science Fiction Poems 1979 -- INSTAMATIC THE MOON FEBRUARY 1973 -- The Worlds -- Particle Poems -- Era -- Foundation -- A Home in Space -- The Mouth -- The Clone Poem -- The Moons of Jupiter -- AMALTHEA -- IO -- EUROPA -- GANYMEDE -- CALLISTO -- Uncollected Poems 1976-1981 -- The Rock -- The Mummy -- Five Waiting Poems -- THE MEN -- THE WOMEN -- THE CHILDREN -- THE DOG -- THE POET -- Instructions to an Actor -- The Archaeopteryx's Song -- A Good Year for Death -- Migraine Attack -- At Central Station -- Winter -- New Year Sonnets -- Surrealism Revisited -- Interview -- Ore -- Stele -- Gorgon -- Fountain -- Book -- Mt Caucasus -- On the Water -- Moving House -- Home on the Range -- On the Needle's Point -- In the Bottle -- Jordanstone Sonnets -- Caliban Falls Asleep in the Isle Full of Noises -- Iran -- The Coals -- On the Train -- A Riddle -- A Pair of Cats -- Little Blue Blue -- Eve and Adam -- Grendel -- Tarkovsky in Glasgow -- Jack London in Heaven -- Cinquevalli -- Sonnets from Scotland 1984 -- Slate -- Carboniferous -- Post-Glacial -- In Argyll -- The Ring of Brodgar -- Silva Caledonia -- Pilate at Fortingall -- The Mirror -- The Picts -- Colloquy in Glaschu -- Memento -- Matthew Paris -- At Stirling Castle, 1507 -- Thomas Young, M.A. (St Andrews).Lady Grange on St Kilda -- Theory of the Earth -- Poe in Glasgow -- De Quincey in Glasgow -- Peter Guthrie Tait, Topologist -- G.M. Hopkins in Glasgow -- 1893 -- The Ticket -- North Africa -- Caledonian Antisyzygy -- Travellers (1) -- Travellers (2) -- Seferis on Eigg -- Matt McGinn -- Post-Referendum -- Gangs -- After a Death -- Not the Burrell Collection -- 1983 -- A Place of Many Waters -- The Poet in the City -- The Norn (1) -- The Norn (2) -- The Target -- After Fallout -- The Age of Heracleum -- Computer Error: Neutron Strike -- Inward Bound -- The Desert -- The Coin -- The Solway Canal -- A Scottish Japanese Print -- Outward Bound -- On Jupiter -- Clydegrad -- A Golden Age -- The Summons -- from Selected Poems 1985 -- Night Pillion -- from The Dictionary of Tea -- Cook in Hawaii -- The Break-In -- An Alphabet of Goddesses -- From the Video Box 1986 -- From the Video Box -- from Themes on a Variation 1988 -- The Dowser -- Variations on Omar Khayyám -- Stanzas -- The Room -- 'Dear man, my love goes out in waves' -- Waking on a Dark Morning -- The Gurney -- The Bench -- Nineteen Kinds of Barley -- A Trace of Wings -- The Hanging Gardens of Babylon -- A Bobbed Sonnet for Code Cobber -- The Computer's First Birthday Card -- Byron at Sixty-Five -- Shakespeare: a Reconstruction -- To the Queen: a Reconstruction -- Chillon: a Reconstruction -- True Ease in Writing: a Reconstruction -- On Time: a Reconstruction -- Not Marble: a Reconstruction -- Halley's Comet -- The Gorbals Mosque -- Rules for Dwarf-Throwing -- The Bear -- Save the Whale Ball -- Dom Raja -- The Change -- Vereshchagin's Barrow -- Uncollected Poems 1949-1982 -- 'The Triumph of Life': a Conclusion to Shelley's Poem -- Making a Poem -- Dogs Round a Tree -- Instant Theatre Go Home -- A Child's Coat of Many Colours -- The Fleas -- Warning Poem -- The Moment of Death.Blues and Peal: Concrete 1969.Edwin Morgan 'catches in full sight' in his lyric epiphanies, in the focus and refocus of sequences, the wily relocation of words in concrete poems, the weird rhythms of sound poems. His transforming imagination is democratic, generous and inclusive. Even the sonnet form becomes a new experiment for a poet of questing and anarchic vision, unwilling to rest on rules. 'More than the work of most poets,' writes lain Crichton Smith, Morgan's poetry 'welcomes the twentieth century, with its gadgets, its paradoxes, graffiti, new languages, torn advertisements, unconscious jokes, voyages...' This volume includes Poems of Thirty Years, Themes on a Variation, and some fifty uncollected poems from 1939 to 1982.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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