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Book Review: ‘If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?: My Adventures in the Art and Science of Relating and Communicating’ by Alan Alda

In 'If I Understood You Would I Have This Look on My Face' Alan Alda tells us communication is key, but understanding how to communicate shows you the lock.

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Book Review:’Splunk: Enterprise Operational Intelligence Delivered’ by Betsy Page Sigman, Ericsson Delgado, & More

'Splunk: Enterprise Operational Intelligence Delivered' explains how Splunk is a useful tool for log monitoring with broad applications in application management, IT infrastructure monitoring , security investigations and infosec compliance, actionable insight from security related data.

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Book Review: ‘Mrs. Saint and the Defectives,’ a Novel by Julie Lawson Timmer

In 'Mrs. Saint and the Defectives', Julie Lawson Timmer has given us a feel-good book full of characters with interesting, fun, and even curmudgeonly, at times, personalities. The problems and solutions are real and she finds a way to bring each character together and create a bond that stems from kindness and caring.

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