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Book Review – The Basics of Digital Forensics by John Sammons

Last week I read two forensics textbooks in quick succession: I began with Eoghan Casey’s Digital Evidence and Computer Crime, and then moved on to this one. 277 more words

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University & Teaching Textbooks

A selection of books for those in Further Education. One general book and the rest based around primary teaching – also good for qualified teachers! It irritates the life out of me when books look old and decrepid, stupid I know, but it does mean that all these books are as good as brand new. 192 more words


Why Brinkley Won't Thrive on The Sagamore

Based on the title, this first Throwback Thursday post might seem like it centers just around the copy editing rules of The Sagamore, so let me take a moment here to clarify that it doesn’t just talk about my high school newspaper (though let’s be real—who wouldn’t want to read all about The Sagamore?). 292 more words

High School

Another Doctor Visit: a Short Conversation.

“How did you like her?”
“Oh, she was okay, but I’m starting to think every endocrinologist has the same script.”
“Yeah, I’m pretty sure they do.”

Evaluation: Methods for Studying Programs and Policies

Weiss, C. H. (1998). Evaluation: Methods for studying programs and policies (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

“This book is intended as the primary text for an introductory course in evaluation. 45 more words


World Change 2.0

Sherman, S. (2011). World change 2.0: Creating a blueprint for social transformation. Transformative Action Institute.

World Change 2.0 is a textbook for creating your own social enterprise. 42 more words


This book is the analysis of the the current globalization system of interconnectedness of the global markets by New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman.

WARNING: He is extremely eccentric in his analysis.  62 more words