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Tag Archives: Book Review

Book Review: ‘The Driver in the Driverless Car: How Our Technology Choices Will Create the Future,’ by Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever

The Driver in the Driverless Car by Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever is a fascinating look at the consequences of wholeheartedly adopting new technologies as a society. What do we gain, and what might we lose?

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Book Review: ‘Transforming Memories: Sharing Spontaneous Writing Using Loaded Words,’ by Liz Crocker, Polly Bennell, and Holly Book

'Transforming Memories' by Liz Crocker, Polly Bennell, and Holly Book celebrates the power of spontaneous writing to unlock and unburden. It's a powerful guidebook on healing — using the power of words.

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Book Review: ‘The Ultimate Business Tune Up: A Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners’ by Rich Allen

'The Ultimate Business Tune Up' by Rich Allen is a savvy, no-nonsense guidebook to making sure your business survives. It's a welcome addition to any entrepreneur's library, and well worth the read.

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Book Review: ‘Stand Up and Sing! Pete Seeger, Folk Music and the Path to Justice’ by Susanna Reich

'Stand Up And Sing! Pete Seeger, Folk Music, and the Path to Justice' by Susanna Reich is a picture book intended for children in grades 3 through 7. But, like the music and message of Pete Seeger himself, it is really a book for everyone

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Book Review: ‘Questions of Travel: William Morris in Iceland’ by Lavinia Greenlaw

Lavinia Greenlaw’s far-ranging introduction 'Questions of Travel: William Morris in Iceland', reads sometimes like the flight of a bumblebee. Fascinatingly brilliant in each place that it lands, it succeeds in making the reader long to know more of William Morris.

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