In dieser Geldbörse, hergestellt aus feinstem Nappaleder, können alle wichtigen Karten wie z. B. Bank-, Kredit-, Krankenkassenkarten geordnet und sicher mitgeführt werden. 12 Kartenfächer, davon 4 im Scheinfach und 2 Ausweisfächer und 6 Steckfächer, sorgen für übersichtliche Ordnung. Das patentierte CARDSAFE-System sichert die Karten zuverlässig vor dem Herausfallen. Kreditkarten und Krankenkassenkarten enthalten den RFID-Chips mit sensiblen persönlichen Daten. Um diese zu schützen, wurde diese RFID-blockierende Geldbörse aus speziellem Material hergestellt, das die Übertragungen der Daten blockiert und deren Missbrauch verhindert, sowie Identitätsdiebstahl vorbeugt.
Esquire Kredit- / Visitenkartenetui mit RFID-SchutzDaten Kredit- / Visitenkartenetui:Maße geschlossen: Breite ca. 10 cm, Höhe ca. 12 cm, Tiefe ca. 1 cmMaße offen: Breite ca. 20 cm, Höhe ca. 12 cm, Tiefe ca. 0,5 cmGewicht: ca. 70 gFarbe
Cool had a lot to do with sex, sex appeal, and sex roles. Girls have never received enough credit for the fantastic leap of the mind they took in the 60s when they turned their backs to the audience. In these post-women's-power days, we've come to take a lot for granted. But when the 17-year-old girl from the comfortable home started adopting some of the attitudes of the black jazz musician, the lessons of centuries of class and gender indoctrination were dumped in the trash along with the pink plastic curlers. And gladly, too. Yet boys were always cooler. Terminal Cool, Marcelle Clements' funny, profound requiem for 60s style and substance, unpacks what cool was (see Miles Davis), how mass culture co-opted it, and how sex destroyed it. Terminal Cool was originally published in Esquire, March 1984. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marcelle Clements. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/029452/bk_adbl_029452_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
John Lanchester's Whoops! Why Everyone Owes Everyone and No One Can Pay is the unbelievable true story of the economic crisis.We are, to use a technical economic term, screwed. The cowboy capitalists had a party with everyone's money and now we're all paying for it. What went wrong? And will we learn our lesson - or just carry on as before, like celebrating surviving a heart attack with a packet of Rothmans?John Lanchester travels with a cast of characters - including reckless banksters, snoozing regulators, complacent politicians, predatory lenders, credit-drunk spendthrifts, and innocent bystanders to understand deeply and genuinely what is happening and why we feel the way we do.'Devastatingly funny ... the route map to the crazed world of contemporary finance we have all been waiting for'Will Self'Bang on the money'Independent'Explains the crisis in a way that actually sticks ... to my amazement, I finally grasp it'Janice Turner, The Times'Endlessly witty ... will turn any reader into an expert within the space of 200 pages'Jonathan Coe'Terrific ... there is no better guide to the crazy world of high finance'GQJohn Lanchester is a journalist, novelist and winner of the Whitbread First Novel Award. His fiction includes Mr Philips, The Debt to Pleasure and Capital. He is a regular contributor to the London Review of Books and the New Yorker, with a monthly column in Esquire.