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No More Laughing at the Deaf Boy: A Technological Adventure between Silicon Valley and the Alps

Hearing loss affects countless millions of people, yet few sufferers even seek help, let alone try to find a cure. This is the story of a man who took on that daunting task and ultimately invented the world’s most successful middle ear implant. Geoffrey Ball’s adventure in technology began in the legendary Silicon Valley of...
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Beyond the Clouds: Why I Became a Military Writer

Mark Berent is a well-known author of many Vietnam airwar books and articles. In this article he recounts the people and events that motivated him to write. As he says: “They’re out there now, somewhere beyond our eyes, beyond the clouds, rolling and soaring in towering cathedrals flying beautiful airplanes that need only the fuel...
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Auguste Comte (Key Sociologists)

Auguste Comte is widely acknowledged as the founder of the science of sociology and the ‘Religion of Humanity’. In this fascinating study, the first major reassessment of Comte’s sociology for many years, Mike Gane draws on recent scholarship and presents a new reading of this remarkable figure. Comte’s contributions to the history and philosophy of...
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Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man That Invented the 20th Century

If you want to learn about one of history’s most fascinating minds and uncover some of his secrets of imagination—secrets that enabled him to invent machines light years ahead of his time and literally bring light to the world—then you want to read this book. Imagination amplifies and colors every other element of genius, and...
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Benjamin Franklin: A Life From Beginning to End

Benjamin Franklin * * *Download for FREE on Kindle Unlimited + Free BONUS Inside!* * * Read On Your Computer, MAC, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet. Founding Father Benjamin Franklin came from humble beginnings to take his place in the annals of history as one of the most celebrated Americans ever to stand on...
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Thomas Edison: A Life From Beginning to End (Biographies of Business Leaders Book 1)

Thomas Edison * * *Download for FREE on Kindle Unlimited + Free BONUS Inside!* * * Read On Your Computer, MAC, Smartphone, Kindle Reader, iPad, or Tablet. Thomas Edison passed on many decades ago, but his inventions still echo loudly through time. If you watch TV, listen to your favorite songs, or simply click on...
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The Woman Who Lost Her Face (Enhanced Edition): How Charla Nash Survived the World’s Most Infamous Chimpanzee Attack

This enhanced eBook edition includes a video introduction from Meredith Vieira and more than 45 minutes of video interviews from NBC News. “Through Charla I have learned that the will to survive is a powerful force and that human courage knows no bounds.” —NBC’s Meredith Vieira Viciously attacked by a chimpanzee in 2009, Charla Nash...
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POWERMOVES: A Maori Entrepreneur’s Journey From the Benefit to the Boardroom

There’s this thing in New Zealand called ‘Tall Poppy Syndrome’ and it works like this: instead of applauding our fellow Kiwis’ success and patting them on the back, we chop them down. It’s a real thing – AND IT SUCKS! According to the Oxford Dictionary, Tall Poppy Syndrome refers to ‘a tendency in our society...
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A Spark of Light: Short Stories to Brighten the Darkness

What do you call that little glimmer of hope you see throughout life? We all catch sight of it from time to time. Sometimes we see it in ourselves. Sometimes we see it in others. And every so often we see it through some experience or revelation that we ourselves have. I chose to call...
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Coping With Breast Cancer.

In the mid-nineties, my wife was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, which had metastasized to her lymph nodes. The essay “Coping with Breast Cancer” details what happened in the wake of that diagnosis. We decided to release this composition in the hopes of helping other couples confronted with this terrible disease. Here is a brief...
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Don’s Great Escape: Life in a German POW Camp

Don’s Great Escape is one man’s story of being in a German POW camp in WWII. Don’s plane went down over occupied France in 1943. He was captured and sent to Stalag Luft III made famous by the 1963 movie The Great Escape. On January 28, 1945, Stalag Luft III was evacuated so the camp...
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75 Things You Should Know About Working in a Call Center: A Fun Look at Life on the Phones

This book is an in-depth look at what it is like to work on the phones in a call center. Fun, revealing and at times, shocking. Marsha tells it like it is to work 8 hours a day with headsets glued to your head.
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Rho Magna, the Laotian War Dragon (Short Story)

Combat fighter pilot Mark Berent writes of a dragon-shaped karst mountain in Laos along the Ho Chi Minh Trail that bristles with physical and psychological danger. He writes of it as he first saw it on an F-4 FAC mission from Ubon RTAFB in 1969. Then he adds an excerpt from “Phantom Leader,” one of...
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The Woman Who Lost Her Face: How Charla Nash Survived the World’s Most Infamous Chimpanzee Attack

“Through Charla I have learned that the will to survive is a powerful force and that human courage knows no bounds.” —NBC’s Meredith Vieira Viciously attacked by a chimpanzee in 2009, Charla Nash was left so severely disfigured that she no longer had eyes to see the world, hands to feel it or even a...
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Alexander the Great: The Macedonian Who Conquered the World

If you want to learn about one of history’s greatest military commanders and uncover some of his secrets of drive—drive that enabled him and his small army to first subdue all of Greece and then the mighty Persian Empire—then you want to read this book. Some people like to think that geniuses are so inherently...
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How I Lost 170 Million Dollars: My Time as #30 at Facebook

What was life like in the early days of Facebook? How did the company operate when it was just a small startup? Who were this team of misfits that built one of the most powerful tech companies in the world? In How I Lost 170 Million Dollars, Noah Kagan paints a compelling picture of the...