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The Natural Mind – Waking Up by Alan Macmillan Orr

"The Natural Mind- Waking Up" is Alan Macmillan Orr's 250-topic, 2-volume magnum opus into what it truly means to be human. The massive book took five years to write and covers diverse topics, from love to gambling, zoos, prostitution, supermarkets, banks, desire and so on. Orr drew from his personal experiences as he traveled the world searching for meaning, observing, and formulating opinions on the dire human condition. He shares what he learned through "The Natural Mind" and also encourages you, the readers, to contribute to the book's evolution.

Old French Fairy Tales – a public domain novel written by the Comtesse de Ségur and illustrated by Virginia Sterrett

If you're a fan of good triumphing over evil, of love conquering all and happily afters then you will love this charming little book written by the Comtesse de Ségur and illustrated by Virginia Sterrett called Old French Fairy Tales. It was published in 1920 and is now part of public domain. In it are five timeless fairy tales and eight breathtaking full page color illustrations dotted with smaller (but no less dramatic) black and white drawings for children of all ages - or even just children at heart.

1632 by Eric Flint – an exciting e-book from the Baen Free Library

1632 is not quite sci-fi, not quite historical fiction, and one hundred percent page-turning excitement. It's speculative fiction that answers the question: What would happen if a West Virginian town from the year 2000 were suddenly transported to Europe in 1632? This set-up is the only sci-fi element to the plot; the rest of the adventures simply unfold from there as the citizens of Grantville cope with being dropped into the middle of a bloody European war. Can they survive the armies ravaging the German countryside? And can the armies of Europe survive their introduction to rifles, motorcycles, and rock 'n roll?

Free eBook – ‘Identity in the Age of Cloud Computing’ by J.D. Lasica

Just recently I've discovered the The Aspen Institute and it's website. The Institute's mission is to foster creative thinking & leadership for the good of our society and for the past 60 years it's members have been organizing seminars, public conferences and policy programs to spread great ideas and learn from each other. One of the most recent publications from the Institute is the "Identity in the Age of Cloud Computing: The next-generation Internet’s impact on business, governance and social interaction" by J.D. Lasica, who is a long time blogger for Socialmedia.biz, a strategist, journalist & entrepreneur.

Larry Lessig: The Future of Ideas

The Future of Ideas is the most important work yet written about the grave threat posed to innovation and creativity in America and throughout the world. Lawrence Lessig documents the rapid and largely undebated expansion of government-granted monopolies over broad swatches of the knowledge our society relies on, and compares this with the role common access to knowledge has always played in America's vibrant culture and economy.

Mike Falzone licenses his music to MTV

Mike Falzone is one of the first artists we promoted on the FrostWire welcome screen. In the short time we featured his 'Fun with Honesty' album, he got well over 30,000 downloads on P2P. Now it's our pleasure to let you know that he has just licensed some his music to MTV and his songs will appear in the upcoming seasons of The Hills, The City, Made and Parental Control.

Game Prototyping Graphics for Small Worlds

Danc talks about himself as a game designer, pixel artist, painter, tools designer, product manager and marketing guy from Seattle, Washington. Danc has just released his latest set of graphics entitled "Small World". Emerging out of Danc's fascination of tiny ecosystems - worlds you could keep within your reach and sculpt like a bonsai tree - the package contains images of the blue water, the land, trees & little houses.