Book Review: Disney U by Doug Lipp

About: Dis­ney U: How Dis­ney Uni­ver­sity Devel­ops the World's Most Engaged, Loyal, and Customer-Centric Employ­ees by Doug Lipp is a busi­ness book with a Dis­ney twist. Many of the lessons in this book are time­less and thought pro­vok­ing. 240 pages Pub­lisher: McGraw-Hill Edu­ca­tion ASIN: B00BDE68E4   My rat­ing for Dis­ney U — 4 Buy this […]

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Book Review: Escape from the Deep by Alex Kershaw

Mr. Ker­shaw tells an excel­lent story, pieced together by offi­cial records, as well per­sonal expe­ri­ence as told by the sur­vivors themselves.

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Fun Facts Friday: Alexandre Dumas

In 1830 Alexan­dre Dumas worked as a scribe for duc d'Orléans who later became King Louis Philippe.

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Book Review: Flyboys by James Bradley

About: Fly­boys: A True Story of Courage by James Bradley is a non-fiction book about pilots in World War II. Mr. Bradley wrote sev­eral World War II books, the most famous is Flags of Our Fathers. 592 pages Pub­lisher: Lit­tle, Brown and Com­pany Lan­guage: Eng­lish ISBN-10: 031610728X My rat­ing for Fly­boys — 3 Buy this […]

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Infographic: 50 Inspirational Quotes from Literature

Image from: http://www.myprint247.co.uk/blog/50-inspirational-quotes-from-literature/

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Guest Post: Osho (Shree Rajneesh) on Intimacy book

Hindu phi­los­o­phy is well known for being dif­fer­ent and rather unique. It is a com­plex of sim­plic­ity and kind­ness along with pro­found depth and wis­dom. It gives a sense of whole­ness and com­ple­tion but it does not make you bet­ter because accord­ing to the author beliefs, God made every human being just the way they […]

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Fun Facts Friday: Shai Agnon

Agnon was awarded the 1966 Nobel Prize in Lit­er­a­ture for " his pro­foundly char­ac­ter­is­tic nar­ra­tive art with motifs from the life of the Jew­ish peo­ple". He shared the prize with author Nelly Sachs.

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Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 11 July, 2015

Some of my favorite tweets from the past week

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Book Review: Disney U by Doug Lipp

Book Review: Disney U by Doug Lipp

About: Dis­ney U: How Dis­ney Uni­ver­sity Devel­ops the World's Most Engaged, Loyal, and Customer-Centric Employ­ees by Doug Lipp is a busi­ness book with a Dis­ney twist. Many of the lessons in this book are time­less and thought pro­vok­ing. 240 pages Pub­lisher: McGraw-Hill Edu­ca­tion ASIN: B00BDE68E4   My rat­ing for Dis­ney U — 4 Buy this […]

Book Review: Escape from the Deep by Alex Kershaw

Book Review: Escape from the Deep by Alex Kershaw

Mr. Ker­shaw tells an excel­lent story, pieced together by offi­cial records, as well per­sonal expe­ri­ence as told by the sur­vivors themselves.

Fun Facts Friday: Alexandre Dumas

Fun Facts Friday: Alexandre Dumas

In 1830 Alexan­dre Dumas worked as a scribe for duc d'Orléans who later became King Louis Philippe.

Book Review: Flyboys by James Bradley

Book Review: Flyboys by James Bradley

About: Fly­boys: A True Story of Courage by James Bradley is a non-fiction book about pilots in World War II. Mr. Bradley wrote sev­eral World War II books, the most famous is Flags of Our Fathers. 592 pages Pub­lisher: Lit­tle, Brown and Com­pany Lan­guage: Eng­lish ISBN-10: 031610728X My rat­ing for Fly­boys — 3 Buy this […]

Infographic: 50 Inspirational Quotes from Literature

Infographic: 50 Inspirational Quotes from Literature

Image from: http://www.myprint247.co.uk/blog/50-inspirational-quotes-from-literature/

Guest Post: Osho (Shree Rajneesh) on Intimacy book

Guest Post: Osho (Shree Rajneesh) on Intimacy book

Hindu phi­los­o­phy is well known for being dif­fer­ent and rather unique. It is a com­plex of sim­plic­ity and kind­ness along with pro­found depth and wis­dom. It gives a sense of whole­ness and com­ple­tion but it does not make you bet­ter because accord­ing to the author beliefs, God made every human being just the way they […]

Fun Facts Friday: Shai Agnon

Fun Facts Friday: Shai Agnon

Agnon was awarded the 1966 Nobel Prize in Lit­er­a­ture for " his pro­foundly char­ac­ter­is­tic nar­ra­tive art with motifs from the life of the Jew­ish peo­ple". He shared the prize with author Nelly Sachs.

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 11 July, 2015

Twitter Roundup for Week Ending 11 July, 2015

Some of my favorite tweets from the past week

Fun Facts Friday: Marcel Proust

Fun Facts Friday: Marcel Proust

Adrian Proust, the author’s father and a noted doc­tor, was the first to write a book about his sickly son. Dr. Proust spe­cial­ized in sick­nesses which have no phys­i­cal cause and couldn’t under­stand why his asth­matic son was always sick, despite smok­ing cig­a­rettes to con­trol his attacks.

Book Review: The Madagaskar Plan by Guy Saville

Book Review: The Madagaskar Plan by Guy Saville

The nar­ra­tive is fast and bloody, the story is fas­ci­nat­ing and com­plex with many sub plots to keep track of. The char­ac­ters, both real and fic­tional, are well writ­ten and dimensional.

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