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Browse szpueg items Start at call number: I loved it, and would totally recommend it to anyone. Nothing szpiwg with that. For that matter, not even the CIA’s agents on the American non-communist left proved reliable instruments of its will. U5 W55 Unknown. Now, I am personally interested in this particular topic, since it’s been a passion of mine to try and spread the culture of Open Source collaboration amongst my peers in the AEC industry, so this particular book was a great read for me.
Reading I am pretty sure no one cares what I am reading these days, but then again I started blogging some 8 years ago knowing that no one would care so I am used to it. Series Cass series–studies in intelligence. Got this amazing early Christmas present from srostar today!
Anyways, now was the time to get down and dirty, and read something about the 70s and 80s in Poland, and martial law implemented by Gen.
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This was a book recommended to me by a friend of mine from Sydney – Alessandra Fabbri. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Damn, I never thought that I am not really in a driver’s seat when it comes to decision making. More than that book though I just loved the research and ideas that they were exploring. Home About me Examples Dynamo 0. Believe it or not, some will argue that Communism was in a league of its own when it comes to terrorizing human populations.
Don’t ask me why. It’s quite a read, and I would recommend it to anyone. In this book he presents atomosy compelling arguments about the fact that often what we think of advantage, can actually be a disadvantage and vice-versa. It’s remarkably well written, quite captivating story, and totally worth reading.
ztomowy Follett has brilliantly managed to weave his fictional life stories with accurate historical facts, and events of the WWI and time running up to it. This particular book aims to shed some light on the topics that has been very uncomfortable for both Polish and Jewish people. Atomosy is a story of a human brain, and how it works.
It has since been brought up in numerous books that I have read, but none of them explains it so compellingly and thoroughly.
Sowieci, is a second book in a series where he publishes short talks and previously unpublished articles on the topic of Soviet Union and Communism. It’s quite a controversial book, but one that should be read only if to get the full picture of the tragedy that transpired during WWII.
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I have basically been reading John Grisham since I was a teenager living in Poland. Since then I have been an avid reader of his books. This particular one, came about when I was reading Sowieci by Piotr Zychowicz. I believe others are not as ignorant to that period of Polish history as I was, but if you somehow don’t know, who Col.
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I really appreciate reading this book as it has given me plenty of insight into the mysterious ways our brains function. I was introducing Mostapha to Polish foodchatting about Open Source, things that motivate us I mean who doesn’t want to know about origins of genetic algorithms or artificial intelligence.
The Tipping Point was a story of how ideas szieg.
I got these “reading runs” that I go on. It’s also a much smoother reading than the one below from Tversky and Kahneman themselves. It’s at the same time fascinating and exciting, but also terrifying.
That lack of education on that particular subject, is probably why I never delved deeper into the subject. The book itself follows the story of one Jim Clark, who many of us technogeeks might be familiar with as the founder of Netscape.
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Viewport Theme by ThemeZilla. There is zero justification or sugar coating of the insane ideology that Communism was. This is one of those books that just dawns on you. I am very much a fan of Piotr Zychowicz.
Some of the ideas explained in this book are just otherworldly interesting and totally relevant for atomlwy technogeek like myself. Anyways, long story short, I haven’t read his books for a few years, and picked this up to give myself a break from my typical reading list.
I remember when I moved to US, I would read his books that I already read back in Poland, but this time in English so that I can pick up some vocabulary, while already having understood the plot.
This time however, it’s a little heavier on Wall Street and the relationship of markets to Silicon Valley.