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The HCS12 / 9S12: An Introduction to Software and Hardware Interfacing by Han-Way Huang (Repost)

The HCS12 / 9S12: An Introduction to Software and Hardware Interfacing by Han-Way Huang (Repost)
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning; 2 edition (March 25, 2009) | ISBN: 1435427424 | Pages: 880 | PDF | 10.34 MB

This new book provides a total solution for learning and teaching embedded system design based on the Freescale HCS12/9S12 microcontroller. Readers will learn step-by-step how to program the HCS12 using both assembly and C languages, as well as how to use such development tools as CodeWarrior, ImageCraft ICC12, MiniIDE, GNU C, and EGNU IDE.

Han Feizi: Basic Writings  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at Feb. 7, 2015
Han Feizi: Basic Writings

Burton Watson, Han Feizi, "Han Feizi: Basic Writings"
ISBN: 0231129696 | 2012 | EPUB/PDF | 160 pages | 17 MB/441 KB
Han van de Waterbeemd, Drug Bioavailability: Estimation of Solubility, Permeability, Absorption and Bioavailability

Han van de Waterbeemd, Drug Bioavailability: Estimation of Solubility, Permeability, Absorption and Bioavailability
ISBN: 352730438X | edition 2003 | PDF | 597 pages | 9 mb

The peroral application (swallowing) of a medicine means that the body must first resorb the active substance before it can begin to take effect. The efficacy of drug uptake depends on the one hand on the chemical characteristics of the active substance, above all on its solubility and membrane permeability. On the other hand, it is determined by the organism's ability to absorb pharmaceuticals by way of specific transport proteins or to excrete them. Since many pharmacologically active substances are poorly suited for oral intake, a decisive criterion for the efficacy of a medicine is its so-called bioavailability.

Hello Han - Standard Chinese  Software

Posted by FenixN at July 9, 2012
Hello Han - Standard Chinese

Hello Han - Standard Chinese | 1.86 GB

Standard Chinese includes standard Chinese from (1) to (5), with each part 12 lessons and each lesson including five parts, glossary, grammar, conversation, listening, and reading. You may carry on the study in turn or choose the contents you have interest in. These aspects contain each essential factor of Chinese studying. As long as you persist listening, speaking, reading, and writing, you will certainly have a harvest.

Lee Han: Almost love (2006)  Video

Posted by mal11lam at Jan. 24, 2010
Lee Han: Almost love (2006)

Almost love – Lee Han (2006)
Korean | Subtitle: English | 1:50:46 | 720 x 400 NTSC | DiVX | MP3 – 128 kbps | 700 MB
Genre: Drama

This film starts out as a total slapstick and ends on a much more serious note. It seems the director was having a bet each way and trying to cater to everyone. It's a pity he didn't choose one or the other path to follow through, rather than trying to walk two paths simultaneously.
Simple story outline: two childhood friends, Ji-hwan (Kwon Sang-woo) and Dal-rae (Kim Ha-neul) have grown up side by side. They know everything there is to know about the other, good and bad. Ji-hwan, complete with early JC-imitative hairstyle, wants to become the next Jackie Chan. He practices relentlessly, and he comes across as a bit of a dim-witted lech. Dal-rae wants to be an actress, but she's painfully shy. They tease each other mercilessly about their respective flaws, but underneath it is an understanding built over thirteen years.
Enter The Boyfriend, played by Lee Sang-woo. He's handsome, athletic, charming, thoughtful etc. The problem is, Ji-hwan is jealous of him and can't admit it, and Dal-rae just can't relax with him. When she has a problem, or something on her mind, she goes first to Ji-hwan. They have a brief falling-out, and a reluctant reconciliation spearheaded by the Boyfriend and come to realise how they really feel blah blah blah. Though it's been done to death as a plot point, it's pretty well done here.
And this should have been the story. Instead, there is a melodrama tacked on in the shape of a critical injury for Ji-hwan, which means he will never realise his dream. It seems oddly out of place and it makes the running time way too long (116mins).
Also, I was left wondering: Is there EVER going to be an end to the fixation with childhood sweethearts who are Meant For Each Other? Just once, I would love to see the childhood friend ditched for the Boyfriend. Now that would be groundbreaking - at least for Korean cinema.
See it if you're curious, or you find someone in the cast rather dishy. Otherwise, see FORBIDDEN QUEST and get your money's worth.

Han Jang Hee in Maxim Korea  Graphics

Posted by killco at Oct. 21, 2009
Han Jang Hee in Maxim Korea

Han Jang Hee in Maxim Korea
PDF | 2420x3230 | 13 photos | 1.0 MB

Han Sanping, Huang Jianxin: The founding of a republic (2009)  Video

Posted by mal11lam at Oct. 15, 2009
Han Sanping, Huang Jianxin: The founding of a republic (2009)

The founding of a republic – Han Sanping, Huang Jianxin (2009)
Mandarin | Subtitle: English (hard coded) | 2:14:58 | 624 x 272 NTSC | DivX | MP3 – 121 kbps | 529 MB
Genre: Drama

First things first, this film is obviously made for the Chinese market. Why? You gotta know your Chinese history, and you also need to be pretty comfortable with the Chinese view of their government - and I'm not talking about those country-loathing people you see complaining on the papers. I'm talking about the Chinese people who love how China has risen to where they are now - as a technical point of view.

Han Seung-ryong: Off road (2007)  Video

Posted by mal11lam at Sept. 25, 2009
Han Seung-ryong: Off road (2007)

Off road – Han Seung-ryong (2007)
Korean | Subtitle: English | 1:23:56 | 624 x 352| NTSC | DivX | MP3 – 95 kbps | 700 MB
Genre: Action

A great example of effective low-key film making, “Off Road” marks the debut of Korean director Han Seung Ryong, who had previously worked as an editor on the likes of “Bongja”, “Resurrection of the Little Match Girl” and “Untold Scandal”. A hard-hitting tale of desperation and woe, the film has already won critical praise having been chosen as the opening film at the 2007 Jeonju International Film Festival and having been invited to compete at the Tampere International Short Film Festival.
Han Jae-rim: The show must go on aka Portrait of a gangster (2007)

The show must go on – Han Jae-rim (2007)
Korean | Subtitle: German | 1:50:32 | 656x 288 | NTSC | DivX | MP3 – 448 kbps | 1400 MB
Genre: Action

In-gu (Song Kang-ho) is a kingpin in a dark world. However, hes the sweetest husband and dad, full of love for his family. His only goal in life is to build a picturesque house out in the country and live a gracious life with his family. But, theres a problem. His daughter, going through puberty, is embarrassed about her dads job and stays away from him. And his wife nags him constantly to get a stable job. Nonetheless, he tries even harder to keep his syndicate together, thinking that the only way to be a good dad is to work hard and bring home the bacon. However, in reality, family matters get in the way of his business. To make things worse, he faces a power struggle against an ambitious underling.
Stopping the Noise in Your Head: The New Way to Overcome Anxiety and Worry [Audiobook]

Stopping the Noise in Your Head: The New Way to Overcome Anxiety and Worry [Audiobook] by Reid Wilson PhD
English | May 3, 2016 | ASIN: B01ENN1BWA, ISBN: 1515952428, 1515902420 | MP3@64 kbps | 11 hrs 38 mins | 320 MB
Narrator: Eric Michaelian