Writing a literature review can be a daunting process for several students. As it consumes a large amount of time of the individual while researching about the material. The main motive of writing a literature review is to carefully analyze all aspects of a published body thoroughly. Several individuals may have to go through writing […]
Browsing the internet is fun, but there's nothing quite like reading a good book. The problem is that there are just so many bad books out there. That's why we're here: to read a whole lot of books and share only the most worthwhile ones with you, our wonderful readers.
It’s been fifty years since John McPhee has published, against the better judgment of a New Yorker editor, his seminal article A Sense of Where You Are, profiling then-undergraduate Bill Bradley, now considered one of the best basketball players in the history of the United States of America. Notably, it retains its appeal and importance […]
“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” — Marcus Aurelius Years ago, during the height of my Tim Ferriss fanboyism, I read an interview that Tim did with BoingBoing on what Tim called his “personal operating system.” Tim was talking about Stoicism (I’ll elaborate in a bit here), […]
I know full well that this is going to make me sound like an old man, but I’m going to say it anyway: people don’t read enough these days. People are arguably reading less, and according to a 2013 study by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults […]
I generally like to come up with snappy titles for my book reviews, but this book’s actual title gets right to the point. Ghost Fleet is a novel about a fictional World War 3. The trouble… is that this fiction is all too plausible. Written by P.W. Singer, a political scientist and specialist on 21st […]