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January 2000

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published January 2000.

Book Review

Glued to the Tube

by Bronwyn Jones

Few people would deny that television is the hot medium communications scholar Marshall McLuhan said it was, the giant glowing heart at the center of American popular culture. Practically every home has at least one TV, and most have... Read More

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by Aimé Merizon

This tale has such heartfelt realism that the reader might confuse it with nonfiction. The book is cleverly written in first person with the prologue immediately focusing on the plight of whether the earth is “renewed or destroyed”... Read More

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The Book of JavaScript

by Cindy Patuszynski

JavaScript is to web pages what fourth generation languages were to mainframe computers in the seventies and eighties. It allows web pages to pass information to and from computer programs on web servers. JavaScript has the ability to... Read More

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House on Fontanka

by Holly Wren Spaulding

“I know that when the storm of Lenin and Stalin came / to outrage itself, poet masses left and Akhmatova / alone remained,” writes Braggs in the title poem of his latest collection. He is in the house where the great Russian poet... Read More

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Meditation Is Boring?

by Aimé Merizon

Sharing the practiced truths about meditation to the average Western student is smoothly communicated here from the experienced vantage point of an advanced yogic student of Swami Rama. The author states: “Cultivating meditation and... Read More

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