Posts by tag: books

Science May 11, 2017 posted by

Astrophysics For People In A Hurry – learn some science between bus stops

Science is a big deal in today’s world, even the type of science that doesn’t necessarily touch our everyday lives in noticeable ways. It used to be that things like astrophysics were only for astrophysicists but now, everyone wants to get into it. If you’re looking for a quick way to expand your knowledge on this topic, check out Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson.

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Astrophysics For People In A Hurry – learn some science between bus stops
but is it art? November 22, 2016 posted by

Art of ATARI – all your favorite classic game covers in one place

So, in 2016, the art on our game boxes is generally just grabbed from the game. There’s no real difference between what we see on the package and what we interact with on the disc (and if there is, that’s generally a problem). That wasn’t always the case, back in the day you had to imagine what the characters looked like, based on the box. Art of ATARI is the book that collects all that iconic art into one place.

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Art of ATARI – all your favorite classic game covers in one place
Gadgets November 2, 2013 posted by

Electronic Dictionary Bookmark – add some digital intelligence to your book reading habits

Ebooks have taken over from traditional printed books with their ease of use and portability. However, there are still some people out there (like me) who prefer reading books the way they are meant to be, on paper. However one cool thing about electronic versions is being able to just tap a word and get a definition pop up while we’re reading. Sadly up till now, that luxury has not been available for printed books.

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Electronic Dictionary Bookmark – add some digital intelligence to your book reading habits
Gadgets September 18, 2013 posted by

FingerPrint BookMark – helps your continue your book reading from the exact spot you left it at.

Who doesn’t like reading books? I most certainly do. Turning a page on a book gives the kind of real satisfaction an ebook can never provide. However with the benefits of physical contact also come the downsides of books as well. Because of course we usually need to put a bookmark in our book to remind ourselves of the page where we stopped reading. But the problem is these bookmarks are not precise enough, because they don’t mark the exact…

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FingerPrint BookMark – helps your continue your book reading from the exact spot you left it at.