The Mind Map Book is a classic bestseller written by Tony Buzan - inventor of Mind Map, founder of World Memory Championships, originator of World Speed Reading Tournament, organizer of Mind Sports Olympiad, world's super writer, top speaker in the brain and learning aspects, and global public media figure. All other relevant books were written based on it, and many of the authors are just the students of Tony Buzan around the world.
As an open-source and UNIX-like OS, Linux is so powerful and highly secure that it has been controlling so many IT technology fields of great concern. Therefore, mastering the essential basic knowledge about Linux can make IT professionals scale new heights in work.
Thinstall (renamed as VMware ThinApp after acquired by VMware) is currently the most popular application virtualization tool. Most often, it is used to make single portable applications, which encapsulate all the related resources of a program (such as EXE, DLL, OCX, registry, etc.) into a single executable (EXE) file, so as to realize the isolation from operating system.
Since Red Hat published its last one (9th) release (Red Hat Linux 9) in 2003, they decided not to provide free technical support & product certification any more, and fully turned to the development of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL for short). This made some Red Hat rebuilders (open-source Enterprise Editions, such as White Box Enterprise Linux, Tao Linux, X/OS Linux, Scientific Linux) were born at the right moment. The most active one is CentOS (short for Community Enterprise Operating System).
This book's author, Neil Strauss, is originally a bookworm got rotten luck with women. After accidentally stepped on the "girls picking up" tour, he finally discipline himself into a social superior. In his super best-selling book The Game, it showed us a brand-new world only belongs to the Pick-up Artist (PUA), and made his girls chasing skills public.