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  • Writing and Scriptby Andrew Robinson

    Oxford University Press 2009; US$ 9.99

    Without writing, there would be no records, no history, no books, and no emails. Writing is an integral and essential part of our lives; but when did it start? Why do we all write differently and how did writing develop into what we use today?All of these questions are answered in this Very Short Introduction. Starting with the origins of writing five... more...

  • Geniusby Andrew Robinson

    Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 9.99

    Homer, Leonardo da Vinci, Mozart, Shakespeare, and Tolstoy; Curie, Darwin, Einstein, Galileo, and Newton. What do these world-famous artists and scientists have in common?- apart from the fact that their achievements predate our own time by a century or more. Most of us would probably answer: all ten possessed something we call genius, which in each... more...

  • Sudden Genius?by Andrew Robinson

    Oxford University Press 2010; US$ 25.99

    The highly admired scientist Linus Pauling, a double Nobel laureate in chemistry and peace, was once asked by a student. 'Dr Pauling, how do you have so many good ideas?' Pauling thought for a moment and replied: 'Well, David, I have a lot of ideas and throw away the bad ones.'Where do ideas come from? Why do some people have many more... more...

  • Ds9#27 A Stitch In Timeby Andrew Robinson

    Simon & Schuster UK 2012; US$ 9.99

    Tailor, soldier, spy ... the enigmatic Garak, Cardassian-in-exile on space station Deep Space Nine, established himself rapidly - thanks largely to his superb portrayal by actor (and now author) Andrew Robinson - as one of the best-loved characters on Star Trek DS9. Garak refers to himself as 'just a simple tailor' - but everyone knows that there's... more...

  • Ds9#27 A Stitch In Timeby Andrew Robinson

    Simon & Schuster UK 2012; Not Available

    Tailor, soldier, spy ... the enigmatic Garak, Cardassian-in-exile on space station Deep Space Nine, established himself rapidly - thanks largely to his superb portrayal by actor (and now author) Andrew Robinson - as one of the best-loved characters on Star Trek DS9. Garak refers to himself as 'just a simple tailor' - but everyone knows that there's... more...

  • Earthquakeby Andrew Robinson

    Reaktion Books 2013; US$ 24.95

    The 2011 devastating, tsunami-triggering quake off the coast of Japan and 2010’s horrifying destruction in Haiti reinforce the fact that large cities in every continent are at risk from earthquakes. Quakes threaten Los Angeles, Beijing, Cairo, Delhi, Singapore, and many more cities, and despite advances in earthquake science and engineering... more...

  • Exceptional Creativity in Science and Technologyby Andrew Robinson

    Templeton Press 2013; US$ 27.99

    In the evolution of science and technology, laws governing exceptional creativity and innovation have yet to be discovered. The historian Thomas Kuhn, in his influential study The Structure of Scientific Revolutions , noted that the final stage in a scientific breakthrough such as Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity—that is, the most... more...

  • Cracking the Egyptian Codeby Andrew Robinson

    Oxford University Press, USA 2012; US$ 21.99

    In 1799 Napoleon's army uncovered an ancient stele in the Nile delta. Its inscription, recorded in three distinct scripts--ancient Greek, Coptic, and hieroglyphic--would provide scholars with the first clues to unlocking the secrets of Egyptian hieroglyphs, a language lost for nearly two millennia. More than twenty years later a remarkably gifted... more...

  • Raspberry Pi Hardware Projects 1by Andrew Robinson

    Wiley 2013; US$ 8.50

    Learn how to take full advantage of all of Raspberry Pi’s amazing features and functions—and have a blast doing it! Congratulations on becoming a proud owner of a Raspberry Pi, the credit-card-sized computer! If you’re ready to dive in and start finding out what this amazing little gizmo is really capable of, this ebook is for you.... more...

  • Apu Trilogyby Andrew Robinson

    I.B.Tauris 2010; US$ 26.00

    "I can never forget the excitement in my mind after seeing 'Pather Panchali'", noted Akira Kurosawa. Satyajit Ray's three films about the boyhood, adolescence and manhood of Apu, 'Pather Panchali' (1955), 'Aparajito' (1956) and 'The World of Apu' (1959) - collectively known as The Apu Trilogy - are established classics of world cinema. The Trilogy... more...