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December 1, 2008
The Well-Read Entrepreneur Selected influences on Jeff Koeze. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Financial Planning
December 1, 2008
Richard Bierck
Thrift This coffee-table paperback, by David Blankenhorn, takes the reader on a conceptual tour of thrift through philosophical, literary, and economic history. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
AFP eWire
November 24, 2008
Preparing for a Fundraising Job Interivew In her book, Careers in Development, Lilya Wagner, Ed.D., CFRE, recommends that fundraisers learn as much as they can about the organization's interests and needs prior to the interview. mark for My Articles 275 similar articles
Science News
November 21, 2008
Elizabeth Quill
Insatiable Curiosity: Innovation In A Fragile Future In her latest book Insatiable Curiosity, Helga Nowotny makes a reasoned argument for embracing scientific progress despite its sometimes unsettling consequences. mark for My Articles
Science News
November 21, 2008
Rachel Ehrenberg
California's Fading Wildflowers: Lost Legacy And Biological Invasions This book by Richard A. Minnich is a dense, vivid and painstakingly meticulous account of the Golden State's botanical heritage. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
November 20, 2008
Ken Gregg
Is J.K. Rowling a libertarian? What does the Harry Potter series tell us about government and bureaucracy? mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
November 2008
Jason Daley
5 Million Heads Are Better Than One After a half-century on his hands and knees, poking at bugs, Harvard ant geek and accidental eco-celebrity E.O. Wilson, 79, is back with The Superorganism: The Beauty, Elegance, and Strangeness of Insect Societies (W.W. Norton, $65) mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
November 2008
Abe Streep
Serena Fallen trees outnumber fallen men in Ron Rash's fourth novel, but not by much. Serena is a sweeping book pitting deliciously evil timber magnates against dull but noble conservationists. mark for My Articles
November 2008
Jon Billman
Roads to Quoz William Least Heat-Moon is back in the driver's seat. And though he's given up sleeping in his '75 Ford Econoline, he's still a helluva road-tripper. In Roads to Quoz, Heat-Moon not only stops at every historical marker; he devotes entire chapters to them. mark for My Articles
Autumn 2008
Robert M. Cassidy
Terrorism and Insurgency Countering Terrorism and Insurgency in the 21st Century: International Perspectives is a collection of essays that provide insight into the challenges that make this perennial and irregular war exceedingly difficult. mark for My Articles 224 similar articles
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