“The world is on the precipice of a cyber catastrophe.“ —from This is How They Tell Me the World Ends. Beginning with zero-days or back doors into famous software like Microsoft Windows, Google and Cisco, hackers have been hacking into our digital information since the 1990s. But the hackers are
The Crown in Crisis is a well-researched and detailed study of the abdication of British King Edward VIII on the brink of World War II. However, non-Anglophiles may find all the characters and what their jobs entail rather confusing. Though I can envision future university students citing this book in
Raised by parents who met in a psych ward, Stephen’s life was destined to be anything but normal. But who would have thought that Stephen, a shy, mild-mannered university geography student, would become a modern-day Robin Hood? Robbing banks internationally to help the homeless? He was truly The Unusual Suspect.
The Intellectual Devotional presents 365 short chapters displaying what humanity has learned, created, and achieved during its time on Earth. The book covers seven subjects— one for each day of the week. Monday-History Tuesday-Literature Wednesday-Visual Arts Thursday-Science Friday-Music Saturday-Philosophy Sunday-Religion After taking every Appreciation class offered at my community college,
From Vancouver to San Diego, gardeners along the Pacific Coast must select plants that work for Gardening in Summer-Dry Climates. This book can help with clear instructions and a huge (over 200 pages) compendium of suitable plants. Equally amazing is that each plant has at least one full-color photo. For
It’s never too early to think about your New Year’s resolutions! If you have, like me, avoided intermittent fasting as a diet method because of long days at the office with extreme commute times, fasting is the perfect way to benefit from working from home (wfh). The Intermittent Fasting Diet
You’re on Mute is probably the funniest book ever written about the bane of 2020, Zoom. It includes sections on work meetings, family gatherings, dating and job interviews. The book doesn’t tell you which button to push to unmute yourself. Instead, it focuses on the etiquette of video meetings. Jeffrey