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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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Breakthrough Power

by Dereck Cram

As the late Jewish-Polish aphorist Stanislav Lec once said: “It’s true that we’re on the wrong track, but we’re compensating for that shortfall by accelerating.” Journalist Jeane Manning and industrial scientist Joel Garbon are... Read More

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Upgrade to Free

by Barry Silverstein

With all the advances in Internet technology, it’s virtually impossible to take advantage of everything that’s available online, particularly free tools and applications. That’s why a book like Upgrade to FREE is so useful. Beth... Read More

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Just a Bunch of Crazy Ideas

by Patty Sutherland

Pardu S. Ponnapalli, an IT specialist with a doctorate in physics, has devised ingenious and potentially world-changing ways to improve such things as dishwashers, the next Star Trek movie, laptops, and cat-litter disposal, to name a few... Read More

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Web On-The-Go

With wireless hotspots in cafes and bookstores, cell phones that browse the Web and eBooks that download bestsellers with the touch of a button at our disposal, we may think that we are living in a wireless world already. In Web... Read More

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Just Enough

In the early 1600s, in the beginning of the Edo period in Japan, nearly all suitable land had been opened to cultivation; soils were beginning to exhaust and forests were showing substantial signs of degradation. The population was 12... Read More

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