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Cyberjutsu

by Joseph S. Pete

"Cyberjutsu" is an educational technology guide that draws a link between the practices of ninjas and modern cyber security practices. Ben McCarty’s "Cyberjutsu" is practical as it explains the basics of contemporary cyber security via... Read More

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Autopia

by Jeff Fleischer

Jon Bentley of the popular British show Top Gear examines recent innovations in automotive technology and considers what they portend for the industry in Autopia: The Future of Cars. The book’s discussions of topics like driverless... Read More

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Rebuilding Earth

by Rachel Jagareski

Canadian architect Teresa Coady is renowned worldwide for her firm’s high-performance, energy-efficient buildings. In "Rebuilding Earth", she discusses myriad ways to reform the Industrial Age construction industry, which now crashes... Read More

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The NeuroGeneration

by Melissa Wuske

Tan Le’s "The NeuroGeneration" cracks open the world of brain enhancement to show that the future may be closer than we think. Le, on the cutting edge of research and technology into one of the biggest mysteries—the human... Read More

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Playing Nature

by Rachel Jagareski

Video gamers as environmental activists? Alenda Y. Chang doesn’t think it’s as counterintuitive as it sounds. In her trenchant and wide-ranging "Playing Nature", she analyzes the potential of gaming’s huge audience to become nimble... Read More

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The Case for Pandora

by Claire Foster

"The Case for Pandora" explores the capabilities of modern extraterrestrial travel technology with enthralling vision. James Essig and Steve McCarter’s The Case For Pandora is a technical manual with instructions for building a... Read More

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