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Goodman for Architects

by Remei Capdevila-Werning

American philosopher Nelson Goodman (1906-1998) was one of the foremost analytical thinkers of the twentieth century, with groundbreaking contributions in the fields of logic, philosophy of science, epistemology,...

Design for the Changing Educational Landscape: Space, Place and the Future of Learning

by Andrew Harrison & Les Hutton

The whole landscape of space use is undergoing a radical transformation. In the workplace a period of unprecedented change has created a mix of responses with one overriding outcome observable worldwide: the...

Francis Bacon's New Atlantis in the Foundation of Modern Political Thought

by Kimberly Hurd Hale

The relationship between technology, philosophy, and politics is both contentious and vital to our understanding of human nature and the ways human beings interact with one another in society; Francis Bacon...

Creating a Kaizen Culture: Align the Organization, Achieve Breakthrough Results, and Sustain the Gains

by Jon Miller & Mike Wroblewski


WINNER of the 2015 Shingo Research and Professional Publication Award!


Transforming a culture is far more...

Analyzing Art and Aesthetics

by Anne Collins Goodyear & Margaret A. Weitekamp

This ninth volume of the Artefacts series explores how artists have responded to developments in science and technology, past and present. Rather than limiting the discussion to art alone, editors Anne Collins...

In Kon-Tiki's Wake

by Pete J Capelotti

It was the original Survivor series, only without the omnipresent cameras, paramedics, and faux tribal rituals. Between the spring of 1947 and the summer of the year 2006, more than forty expeditions sought...

Neuro-Sell: How Neuroscience can Power Your Sales Success

by Simon Hazeldine

Anyone involved in sales faces huge challenges these days, from fierce global competition, pressure on margins, difficulties of getting time with prospective buyers and the power of internet-savvy buyers. To...

Ingenious: A True Story of Invention, Automotive Daring, and the Race to Revive America

by Jason Fagone

An epic tale of invention, in which ordinary people’s lives are changed forever by their quest to engineer a radically new kind of car


In 2007, the X Prize Foundation announced that it would give $10 million...

Your Life, Uploaded: The Digital Way to Better Memory, Health, and Productivity

by Gordon Bell & Jim Gemmell

"A marvelous job of exploring first hand the implications of storing our entire lives digitally."

-Guy L. Tribble, Apple, Inc.

Tech luminary, Gordon Bell, and Jim Gemmell unveil a guide to the next digital...

The Denniston Rose

by Jenny Pattrick

A number one bestseller, this favourite New Zealand novel captures a real 19th century community.The bleak coal-mining settlement of Denniston, isolated high on a plateau above New Zealand's West Coast, is a...

Beneath Hill 60

by Will Davies

The story of the Australian miners and soldiers who tunnelled under Hill 60 near Ypres and eventually broke through to create a new frontline. On 7 June 1917, 19 massive mines shattered the Messines ridge near...

Moon Over Martinborough: From Michigan to the Wairarapa... How an American city boy became a Kiwi farmer

by Jared Gulian

The hilarious tale of how two American city boys learn to become olive farmers on a lifestyle block in New Zealand.For Jared Gulian, leaving the United States and coming to tiny Wellington, New Zealand, was...

Royce, Royce, the People's Choice

by Peter Hawes

A hilarious love story about a teenager and a fish.Royce Rowland is a 17-year-old sexual and social reprobate who has been sent to sea with a tough skipper in an effort to straighten him out. But, as with everything,...

Proofiness: How You're Being Fooled by the Numbers

by Charles Seife

The bestselling author of Zero shows how mathematical misinformation pervades-and shapes-our daily lives.

According to MSNBC, having a child makes you stupid. You actually lose IQ points. Good Morning America...

River of Blood: Tales of the Waiatoto

by John Breen

Epic adventures, survival and tragedy in New Zealand's own 'Wild West' frontier, the Waiatoto Valley.Deep into the heart of the Waiatoto Valley on the savage West Coast is New Zealand's own Wild West: a place...

Gentrification of the City

by Neil Smith & Peter Williams

First Published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Physics of the Soul: The Quantum Book of Living, Dying, Reincarnation, and Immortality

by Amit Goswami

At last, science and the soul shake hands. Writing in a style that is both lucid and charming, mischievous and profound, Dr. Amit Goswami uses the language and concepts of quantum physics to explore and scientifically...

Ribbon of Fire

by Ruggero Ranieri, Jonathan Aylen & Jonathan Aylen

Like railways in the 19th century and the Internet in the 21st century, steel strip production was a technology that unlocked growth in a wide range of user industries during the 20th century. Invented in America...

The Real Story of Risk: Adventures in a Hazardous World

by Glenn Croston

We live in a world of risk. It waits for us in our refrigerator and surrounds us on the freeway. It's lurking in our arteries and sitting in our 401(k) accounts. Given that we deal with risk on a constant basis,...

Einstein on the Road

by Josef Eisinger

At the height of his fame, Albert Einstein traveled throughout the world, from Japan to South America and many places in between. During these voyages, between 1922 and 1933, he was in the habit of keeping travel...