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This title was first published in 2000: Providing a review and assessment of a number of the major features evident in regional planning and development in Europe, this volume contains a series of regional case studies, drawn from current research in various European countries. These illustrate a broad range of theoretical views, which offer perspectives on the operation of the EU Structural Funds and regional restructuring, development and key concerns evident in spatial planning an environmental management and lessons from past experience. The editors collate views to arrive at challenging conclusions and suggestions for future policy priorities.
This book is for beginners who wish to start using Nmap, who have experience as a system administrator or of network engineering, and who wish to get started with Nmap.
Nmap is an extremely powerful network port scanner used to identify hosts on a network. Nmap is free, flexible, powerful, and easy to implement, which makes it a very convenient utility.This book demonstrates how to run basic and advanced scans, optimizing them to perform well in a variety of environments. Starting with an overview of Nmap, the reader will be guided through installation on popular operating systems. The book then explains how to use Nmap to run basic and advanced scans in addition to using the Nmap Scripting Engine (NSE). All this helps with optimizing Nmap performance in a variety of environments, eventually enabling the reader to integrate with other Nmap tools such as Nessus, Nikto, Burp Suite, and NSE versus NASL scanning.By the end of the book, the reader will have gained essential insights into network security analysis.
In this life-affirming book, author David Shaw explores ten major themes that affect us all - and offers a unique way to engage with them.Whether it's fear or forgiveness, credence or clarity, materialism or acceptance, Shaw gives us the benefit of ten spiritual authors who pen their intriguing and stimulating words through him as modern parables.In doing so they offer us a steadying rudder in the choppy, often violent, sea of life's cruelties and uncertainties.Presenting an engaging and fascinating blend of fiction and nonfiction, Ghost Writers presents ina non-stuffy style information whose light-hearted humour belies its powerful emotional punch.So sit back, relax and share David's absorbing, gripping and spellbinding journey of a lifetime - and beyond.
David Shaw sees himself as an Average Joe.He grew up an average kid in an average neighbourhood in Ayrshire. Like many an Average Joe, he does ordinary things: goes to work, supports his local football team, puts the world to rights over a pint. But this Average Joe is anything but average. Styling himself 'spiritcounsellor', he shares with us an extraordinary journey through the twilight world. Blessed with the ability to see and hear those who've passed on, and, helped by his spirit guides, Black Hawk and Mr Chung, David shares with us his extraordinary story of receiving messages from the other side. Here is an Average Joe - an ordinary man with an extraordinary story that will fascinate and intrigue.
For over 20 years David Shaw has been a regular visitor to the beautiful and historic city of York and during his pleasant stays he gradually became aware of the enormous wealth of reporrted ghost sightings in the area. The walks in this illustrated book include descriptions of hauntings in 60 locations.