Daily Archives: October 20, 2006

A Woman from Cairo

A Woman from Cairo Val Landi The extremely generous and energetic Val Landi kindly sent me a copy of his book "A Woman from Cairo", which I have now read. (See earlier post for an update on the events surrounding … Continue reading

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An Army of Davids

  An Army of Davids: How Markets and Technology Empower Ordinary People to Beat Big Media, Big Governm Glenn Reynolds An Army of Davids, by Glenn Reynolds, is the "Small is Beautiful" of the Internet generation. The book has been … Continue reading

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The Colour of Law

The Colour of Law Mark Gimenez I read The Colour of Law (yes, with a u) by Mark Giminez on Sunday. This is the book that got published by Doubleday becuase John Grisham was, that year, writing a non-fiction book. … Continue reading

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The Weblog Handbook

The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog Rebecca Blood The paucity of choice in Waterstones, etc, is a recurring theme, one with which I don't entirely agree. But the downside has never been more clearly demonstrated … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Man

The Forgotten Man Robert Crais Last night I finished reading Robert Crais' latest book, The Forgotten Man, just out in paperback in the UK (though I got it in hardback a couple of weeks before the paperback release from Amazon … Continue reading

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No Reason to Die

No Reason to Die Hilary Bonner I've just read "No Reason to Die" by Hilary Bonner, which I've had a long time – probably since 2004 as that is when it was published. It didn't start out too well, but got … Continue reading

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