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"Boneheads and Brainiacs" profiles the winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine from 1901 to 1950 - a surprisingly diverse group of racists, eugenicists, cranks, and opportunists, as well as heroes, geniuses, and selfless benefactors of humanity. Forget all the ivory tower stereotypes of white-coated doctors finding miracle cures. "Boneheads and Brainiacs" reveals the messy human reality behind medical progress, in a highly entertaining book written for the ordinary reader. - March 11, 2020
Thought leadership - offering useful information to educate customers - can give companies huge advantages in building trust, reputation, and sales, but effective thought leadership depends on consistent strategy. In his new book "Essentials of Thought Leadership and Content Marketing," marketing expert Paul M. Kaplan offers a comprehensive guide to every aspect of thought leadership and shows how to make all your efforts work toward your business and sales goals. - March 04, 2020
Old-school gangsters and modern pop-culture fandom collide with action-packed and comical results in the new humorous crime thriller "The Don Con" by Richard Armstrong. Published by Pace Press; publication date April 2019. - April 02, 2019
A veteran police officer gives his thoughtful, balanced views on police shootings, racial profiling, community relations, and every other aspect of policing in the new book "Police Craft: What Cops Know About Crime, Community and Violence" by Adam Plantinga, sergeant, San Francisco Police Department. Published by Quill Driver Books; publication date Dec. 1, 2018. - November 28, 2018
New biography "Charles Proteus Steinmetz: The Electrical Wizard of Schenectady" profiles the life and work of Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1865-1923), the scientist who made long-range AC power transmission possible. Steinmetz was just four feet tall, a celebrated eccentric, and revered in his lifetime as one of America's greatest scientists. The first biography of Steinmetz in years, "Charles Proteus Steinmetz" brings this great man's life and achievements to a new generation. - September 26, 2018
In an era when there are countless competing claims on one's attention, how does one cultivate the internal focus to be creative? Master furniture craftsman, author and thinker Gary Rogowski offers an answer from personal experience in his new book "Handmade: Creative Focus in the Age of Distraction" (Linden Publishing, December 1, 2017). A new classic in the tradition of "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" and "Shop Class as Soulcraft," "Handmade" will help creative people in any field. - November 29, 2017
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