This book in German language focuses on Latin vocabulary encountered in such fields as Philosophy and Theology. It presents and explains Latin terms in a fashion even non-experts will easily understand.> READ MORE
Archive for "2010/06"
New German Books on PaperC
German publisher Franzis now cooperates with PaperC. The company was founded in 1827 as a print shop and is now the most traditional and one of the best-known technical publisher in Germany. We are now happy to present you 23 new titles on IT, software, electronics and telecommunication.> READ MORE
The Schlütersche Verlagsanstalt presents 13 new German textbooks published in 2010. You find professional information ranging from e. g. nutrition advices for sick people to contemporary elderly care and advices for tending dementia patients.> READ MORE
We just released the new version of our application with an exciting new feature: You can now read your PaperC PDF downloads on the go! This is possible thanks to our cooperation with txtr, an ebook plattform that offers mobile reading for the iPhone and their own txtr reader. Synchronize your PaperC library and the txtr application to read all pages purchased on PaperC on your iPhone.> READ MORE
This week’s Book of the Week is dedicated to all German readers and soccer fans: Fußball spielt Geschichte – das Wunder von Bern.
Hungary and Germany meet up on the soccer field nine years after the Second World War. Just 90 minutes are to shape the fate of both nations for years to come. In Hungary, the prospect of winning the World Cup raises hopes of ending Stalinism and an economic upswing. On July 5th, 1954 – only one day later – unrest begins, a prelude to 1956. The GDR shares the hope for a socialist winner – and plans to celebrate the defeat of capitalism on the green field.
But after the 3:2 scored by Helmut Rahn, radio reporter Wolfgang Hempel remains silent for 20 timid minutes. The young Federal Republic of Germany is in a depression, not only economically. Adenauer’s government courts for international acceptance. Politically, a victory is not favorable and “luckily” not to be expected. The Miracle of Bern is followed by the German “Wirtschaftswunder”.> READ MORE
The Buch Digitale conference takes up the ongoing change in scientific publishing. Over the last two decades, the idea of open access has taken the field and digital papers are on the rise. Now, scientific publishing companies have to rethink their business models to keep up with current developments. At the same time, new business opportunities open up for innovating entrepreneurs and technological service providers in the publishing sector.> READ MORE