Major and Mrs. Holt's Concise Guide to the Western
Front -North (vol one), South (vol two) by Major
Holt, Pen & Sword 2004, 2006 - Reviewed by George Geib
Tourism, aided by easy Chunnel access, has made World War One's
Western Front a significant British tourist destination. The
battlefields, cemeteries, and . . .
Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by
Social Technologies by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff,
Harvard Business Press 2008 - Reviewed by Ed Kanis
Crafted by two leading research consultants, Groundswell:
Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies provides a
detailed look at how companies and organizations are effectively
employing social media.
Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote
Peace. . . One School at a Time by Greg Mortenson and
David Oliver Relin, Penguin 2007 - Reviewed by Judi Morrel
Co-written by mountain-climber turned humanitarian Greg
Mortenson and journalist David Oliver Relin, Three Cups of Tea
tells the true story of the extraordinary efforts of one man to
combat poverty through education in the most remote and
inhospitable areas of northern Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths about Science
and Religion edited by Ronald L. Numbers, Harvard
University Press 2009 - Reviewed by Michael Zimmerman
In this wonderful, edited volume, University of Wisconsin
history of science professor Ron Numbers turns some commonly
accepted notions about the relationship between religion and
science on their head.
Can't Remember What I Forgot: The Good News from the
Front Lines of Memory Research by Sue Halpern, New
York: Harmony Books 2008 - Reviewed by Ulf Goebel
Alzheimer's disease (AD), feared more than cancer, leaves us
strangers to ourselves.
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