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by Anna Call

Father-son relationships drive both the young protagonist and antagonist on their journey through the digital world. A solid juvenile science-fiction adventure, digi follows computer-illiterate Peter as he acquires the power to... Read More

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Progressive Steps

by Barry Silverstein

Storytelling is a strategy that has become standard practice in business books. Increasingly, authors write about leadership, management, employee motivation, or other seemingly dry business topics by telling a story. The most successful... Read More

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Picasso on a Schedule

by Emily Adams

When IT management is examined through the lenses of technology, business, and art, great things can be produced. So claim Stephen Wiggins and Kenneth Abernethy in Picasso on a Schedule: The Art and Science of Managing IT. "Picasso on a... Read More

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Nuclear Silk Road

by Mark G. McLaughlin

It takes an odd sort of courage to state that the tragic Chernobyl accident of 1986 “turned out to be a blessing for Korea.” But that is what nuclear engineer and author Dr. Kim Byung-koo does in this book about his country’s rise... Read More

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