The Responsibility Virus: How Control Freaks, Shrinking Violets-and The Rest Of Us-can Harness The Power Of True Partnership by Roger Martin, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0465044115/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_DC4gqb1KKAXZJ
Symantec's chief antivirus researcher has written a definitive guide to contemporary virus threats, defense techniques, & analysis tools. Unlike most books on computer viruses, this book is a reference written strictly for white hats: IT and security professionals responsible for protecting their organizations against malware. It systematically covers everything you need to know, including virus behavior & classification, protection strategies, antivirus & worm-blocking techniques, & much…
"The Girl Who Owned a City is the Nov '12 YA GN BC selection. The teens will discuss the book on Nov 14. The graphic novel is based on the novel of the same name that was released in 1975. A dystopian novel before there were dystopian novels, the graphic novel is well done and it should be a good discussion!" i wanna check this out.
Jack Barnes is a different breed of undead—he can think. Convinced he'll bring about a peaceful coexistence between zombies and humans if he can demonstrate his unique condition to Howard Stein, the man responsible for the zombie virus, Barnes sets off on a grueling cross-country journey to meet his maker.
Brains: A Zombie Memoir by Robin Becker - Convinced he'll bring about a peaceful coexistence between zombies and humans if he can demonstrate his unique condition to Howard Stein, the man responsible for the zombie virus, Barnes sets off on a grueling cross-country journey to meet his maker. (Bilbary Town Library: Good for Readers, Good for Libraries)
A grounded plane has just landed at New York's JFK airport. Police and emergency medical crews are called to investigate the possible outbreak of a mysterious disease, which has killed all but four of the plane's passengers. Unknowingly, something more ominous is responsible for the carnage, which now threatens the city and soon the entire country. Library Journal review.