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Tweet This is a Rouleur publication (under the Bloomsbury imprint), and in common with that magazine, it’s chock full of photographs, printed on high quality paper. In his introduction, Sykes admits he’d always promised that he wouldn’t write a biography … Continue reading
Tweet From Stars to Stalagmites – How everything connects World Scientific 2012 ISBN 13 978 981 4324 97 7 Paul S. Braterman* I am a pretty avid reader of popular science books, but generally speaking I’ve mostly read books with … Continue reading
Tweet Scott’s Last Expedition – The Journals of Captain R. F. Scott (Folio, 2009) This was one of my selections for my 2009-10 membership of the Folio Society. It is Volume 1 of the original publication of the account of … Continue reading
Tweet I’m usually reading several books at any one time: sometimes these include books I’ve already read, sometimes they are the kind of book you don’t read from cover to cover (such as technical books).
Tweet Slide:ology The art and science of creating great presentations Nancy Duarte O’Reilly 2008 ISBN 978-0-596-52234-6 See also the book’s website.