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Author points out relationship of humans to computers in new book

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (PRWEB) April 06, 2015

Dr. Mohamed K. Kamara Ph.D. wanted to share his knowledge about the relationship of humans to computers based on the theory of thinking ability through his book, “The Impact of Cognitive Theory on Human and Computer Development” (published by Xlibris).

This book explains the impacts of cognitive theory on human development and scientific innovations. The author investigates, determines, identifies and justifies the correlation of cognitive theory to the design of Random Access Memory (RAM) and the Central Processing Unit (CPU). He further determines the correlation (mainly the functionality) of these devices to human organs such as the human memory and the heart. To achieve this, several relative scenarios were drawn and investigated.

“Readers will become curious about the story when they start reading this book,” says the author. “It compares two different entities that are interdependent.”

According to the author, the philosophy and principles underlying the techniques used by mankind to design a computer became his framework in writing “The Impact of Cognitive Theory on Human and Computer Development.” He believes that it addresses the power of human intellectual ability to technological creation.

“The Impact of Cognitive Theory on Human and Computer Development”

By Dr. Mohamed K. Kamara Ph.D

Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781503531666

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781503531673

E-Book | 108 pages | ISBN 9781503531680

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Dr. Mohamed K. Kamara Ph.D. is a Computer Science and Mathematics professor for over 15 years. He graduated with a BSc. honor’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Stavanger University – Norway, a MSc. honor’s degree in Computer and Information Sciences from Strayer University U.S.A., and a Ph.D. degree with distinctions in IT Security and assurance from Walden University U.S.A. In addition to his university credentials, Dr. Kamara earned three higher technicians’ diplomas in different disciplines (Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Electronics and Network Technology) from credible polytechnic institutions. He has over 18 years of professional hands on work experience in the IT industry. He has deep knowledge and hands on experience in researching and analyzing new software modules and hardware devices.

Xlibris Publishing, an Author Solutions, LLC imprint, is a self-publishing services provider created in 1997 by authors, for authors. By focusing on the needs of creative writers and artists and adopting the latest print-on-demand publishing technology and strategies, we provide expert publishing services with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound and full-color formats. To date, Xlibris has helped to publish more than 60,000 titles. For more information, visit or call 1-888-795-4274 to receive a free publishing guide. Follow us @XlibrisPub on Twitter for the latest news.

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Trinity University Press to Publish Nonfiction Book by Acclaimed Author and SFUAD Creative Writing and Literature Faculty Chair, Matt Donovan

Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) May 26, 2015

Santa Fe University of Art and Design (SFUAD) announced today that Matt Donovan, the co-chair of the university’s Creative Writing and Literature Department, will have his collection of essays, “A Cloud of Unusual Size and Shape: Essays on Ruin and Redemption” published by Trinity University Press in 2016. The nonfiction book is a collection of essays, many of which were written during Donovan’s year as a 2012 Fellow in Literature at the American Academy in Rome. Each year, the Rome Prize, as it is known, is awarded to approximately 30 artists and scholars from around the world who represent the highest standard of excellence.

“Matt exemplifies what SFUAD most cherishes in its highly talented faculty,” says Debra Tervala, Interim Provost at SFUAD. “His ability to translate his experience at the American Academy in Rome into such an outstanding collection of essays underscores his desire as both a teacher and a writer to bring that experience to others. We are so very fortunate to have someone of this caliber among our faculty.”

This past April, Donovan was also recognized by Tupelo Press as winner of the 2015 Snowbound Chapbook Award, a national poetry competition. The poetry entries were judged anonymously by renowned writer Lia Purpura, the author of seven collections of essays, poems and translations.

As the award recipient, Donovan’s Ten Burnt Lakes’ chapbook will be designed, published and distributed nationally by Tupelo Press. Tupelo Press is an independent, literary press devoted to discovering and publishing works of poetry, literary fiction, and creative nonfiction by emerging and established writers.

“I’m truly honored that renowned writer, Lia Purpura, has selected my collection of poems for the national Snowbound Chapbook Award ,” says Donovan. “As a writer, her work has been so important and influential to me. I’m also thrilled to have the collection published by Tupelo Press, which produces such beautiful books, and is such a stellar independent press.”

In addition to winning the 2015 Snowbound Chapbook Award and a 2012 Rome Prize in Literature, Donovan is also the recipient of a Whiting Award, a Pushcart Prize, a Literature Fellowship from the NEA, and a Lannan Writing Residency Fellowship. He is the author of Vellum (Mariner, 2007), which won the 2006 Bakeless Prize in Poetry as well as the 2008 Larry Levis Reading Prize from Virginia Commonwealth University. His poems have appeared in numerous journals, including AGNI, American Poetry Review, Gettysburg Review, Kenyon Review, and Poetry, and his nonfiction has appeared in journals such as AGNI, Blackbird, Black Warrior Review, Kenyon Review, Seneca Review, Threepenny Review, and Virginia Quarterly Review.

For more information about the SFUAD Creative Writing and Literature Department, its faculty and student accomplishments, visit

About SFUAD’s Creative Writing and Literature Department:

The Creative Writing and Literature Department at Santa Fe University of Art and Design enables students to learn from and grow along with a core of published, award-winning authors. Dedicated students polish their literary skills and discover the right forms for their unique voice, while taking advantage of numerous opportunities to conduct public readings, work collaboratively, and inspire and be inspired by their peers. Annually, the Creative Writing and Literature Department publishes a student-edited and student-produced literary journal, Glyph, featuring some of the university’s best writing in creative nonfiction, fiction, poetry and screenwriting.

About Santa Fe University of Art and Design:

Santa Fe University of Art and Design is an accredited institution located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, one of the world’s leading centers for art and design. The university offers degrees in arts management, contemporary music, creative writing, digital arts, graphic design, film, performing arts, photography and studio art. Faculty members are practicing artists who teach students in small groups, following a unique interdisciplinary curriculum that combines hands-on experience with core theory and prepares graduates to become well-rounded, creative, problem-solving professionals. SFUAD is a member of the Laureate International Universities network – a global network of more than 80 campus-based and online universities in 29 countries. SFUAD boasts an international student body and opportunities to study abroad, encouraging students to develop a global perspective on the arts. Santa Fe University of Art and Design is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.

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Author Rowena Jayne shares 150 raw food recipes from journey from eating disorder to health in her new book “The Joy of Real Food”

Brisbane, Aus. (PRWEB) March 26, 2015

When Rowena Jayne was hospitalized with a bleeding colon at 28 years old from years of struggle with an eating disorder, she knew she must transform her life.

12 years later Jayne has used raw food and yoga to build a new relationship with herself and her body. Her new book, “The Joy of Real Food” shares over 150 raw or minimally cooked recipes as steps to take on the journey for being accountable for our own health.

“I believe we can learn to listen to the messages of the body and therefore improve and maintain our health and wellbeing,” Jayne said.

Jayne is also a yoga teacher for 10 years and is a qualified Naturopath and Nutritionist and has studied Ayurvedic Medicine. She advices combining a diet of real food with other holistic lifestyle practices such as yoga as a solution to illness, arthritis, lethargy, disease, stress and unhappiness that exists in our society.

“Not only does yoga and holistic living enhance our health and nutrition, but it can allow an individual to change their mindset, be fulfilled, live their authentic truth and have courage to follow their own path or destiny,” Jayne said.

The goal of this book is to empower people to improve their own lives in multiple ways through diet and lifestyle choices.

Learn more at

“The Joy of Real Food“

By: Rowena Jayne

ISBN: 978-1-45259-881-9

Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press

About the author

Rowena Jayne, “Real Food Yogi,” is a Leading International Yoga Instructor, Raw Food Chef and Wellness Presenter. She is a qualified Naturopath and Nutritionist and has studied Ayurvedic Medicine. Jayne has been a yoga instructor for 10 years and has helped with international Yoga Teacher Training. She is a two time Australian Yoga Asana Champion (2007 & 2010.) Jayne has contributed to the transformation of thousands of lives across the globe through her classes, workshops, retreats and published articles. She has lived in India and Singapore and currently resides in Australia.



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