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1) iWoz: From Computer Geek to Cult Icon:

iWoz: From Computer Geek to Cult Icon



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2) 1984 by George Orwell:

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3) read india books:

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4) kali and the rat snake:

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5) celebrate your freedom to read:

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6) Byblos Antiquarian & Rare Books: Sellers of Rare, Antiquarian, Manuscripts, Fine, Second Hand, Out-of-Print, Used and First Edition books. Specialising in Children's, Illustrated, History and Literature with many General Subjects in Stock.

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7) Vasudev Murthy's Book What The Raags Told Me:

Vasudev Murthy's Book What The Raags Told Me is certainly unusual for a book on music

Vasudev Murthy's What The Raags Told Me is surely a one-of-its-kind book, a mystical exploration. The late V.G. Jog, overwhelmed by the book, calls it a "piece of art" in his foreword.

The Hindu: Deepa Ganesh interviews Vasudev Murthy



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8) Book 'Alphabetical Index of Karnatak Songs' and CD 'Ultimate Index': Contents of the CD and the 2 part set of Karnatak song Index


33400 song entries arranged: 1. Alphabetically, 2. Ragawise, 3. Composerwise (songs alphabetical), 4. Melawise and 5. Composerwise (songs by ragas). In addition there are two lists of the arohanas/avarohanas of all the ragas, some 5000 of them, one arranged alphabetically and the other janyawise. There are also other related files on raga equivalents, synonyms, raga mudras and so on. Price is US 25.00, includes postage.

For those who wish to refer to refer to songs at a concert, an Alphabetical Index of Karnatak Songs is also available in a two volume set. The first part has the same 33400 entries with raga, tala, composer, janya, text reference and notation reference where available. The second part has two cross-reference indexes, one for ragas and the other for composers, the two arohas/avarohas lists mentioned earlier and the related files. Each book has about 570 pp., 8 1/2" X 11" size. Price of each part is US 25.00. (US 50.00 per set). Mailing charges are extra (about 8.00)

Please email shalak@gate-way.net for further details.

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9) Manufacture and Repair of Tabla: "Manufacture and Repair of Tabla" is the third book in the series "The Complete Reference for Tabla". The first two volumes are "Fundamentals of Tabla", and "Advanced Theory of Tabla".

This book has several functions. The primary function is to document the traditional approaches to the manufacture and repair of tabla. This will also deal with the materials science involved. This book covers such additional topics as metal, rawhide, and wood. There is a also a discussion of the physics behind the instrument. There is also a special emphasis on issues that effect non-Indian repair personnel. These including labor saving techniques and health concerns.

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10) Knowledge@Wharton - Confessions of a Recovering Workaholic: For many years Jonathan Lazear spent long hours building a literary agency whose success brought him the usual trappings - large house, new cars, expensive vacations. It wasn't until he realized that his work habits had led him to ignore virtually every other part of his life that he stepped back - and wrote a book. In The Man Who Mistook His Job for a Life, Lazear talks about being addicted to work and offers advice to help readers avoid the same fate.

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11) How to Think Like a Computer Scientist - Andamooka Reader:

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12) A Theory of Everything: An Integral Vision for Business, Politics, Science, and Spirituality:

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13) A Theory of Everything: An Integral Vision for Business, Politics, Science, and Spirituality By Ken Wilber: Type the description here.

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14) Jorge Luis Borges: You would probably like stories by Jorge Luis Borges. The compilations Selected Fictions and Selected Poems come to mind.

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15) Today is my best day by Arthur Lassen: Joy, Serenity, Fantasy and Success through positive Thinking, Planning and Action

Nothing is as powerful as an idea whose time has come - Victor Hugo

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16) bought Dr Gillian McKeith's Living Food for Health: ... Dr Edmond Bordeaux Szekely concluded his lifetime of research by issuing four very specific dietary food categorisations


  1. bioacidic - most malign category - destructive foods : processed with chemicals, preservatives, irradiation and genetically modified. They degrade life functions.
  2. biostatic - cooked foods and even foods that are simply not fresh
  3. bioactive - fresh raw fruits and vegetables, seeds, beans, legumes and nuts
  4. biogenic - improve, revitalise, strengthen, regenerate and enhance the human condition - sprouts


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17) Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health by L. Ron Hubbard: Type the description here.

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18) Planet eBook - PR: RosettaBooks Launches First \"Timed\" eBook: Released in conjunction with network publishing software provider Adobe Systems, Inc. and digital distribution services provider Reciprocal, Inc, the eBook is available for download at www.RosettaBooks.com in a special month-long "$1 for 10 hours of reading" campaign. Once downloaded, the eBook may be enjoyed for 10 hours, after which the book's "time-based permit" will expire, and the content will no longer be available.

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19) Arnold Ehret: Mucusless Diet Healing System: http://www.notdoctors.com/mucus.html

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20) Bragg: The Miracle of Fasting: Proven Throughout History for Physical, Mental and Spiritual Rejuvination: http://www.notdoctors.com/mirfast.html

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21) Raw Family : A true Story of Awakening: http://www.givinggift.com/

It's nice to have your tree shaken every so often. I got mine shook
last night.

My wife took me to a raw food event, hosted by a mom, dad and two
kids who've been entirely raw (only organic, uncooked fruits, nut
and veggies) for seven years. A raw foods life style used to be a
paradigm shocker for me, but I've eaten mostly that way for 5 years
now so that wasn't what shook me into better thinking. It was these:

(Tree shake #1) The family had recently returned from their three-
month walk from Mexico to Canada. What a reminder that was in 
adventurous living.

(Shake #2) I asked the daughter, fifteen, what grade she was in. She
looked at me a bit puzzled and said, "I'm not in a grade." "Why not?"
I asked. "I home school and I take courses at the university." If
that doesn't speak well for itself, I don't know what does.

(Shake #3) I asked her what it was like walking across the country.
Did it seem long or short? She replied, "I don't know. I was walking
in the moment, and moments are both long and short, depending on how
you look at them." Wow, walking across the country in the moment –
need I say more?... I mean, need she say more?

My message today -- Intentionally live different from the masses,
because it's inspiring and powerful to be awake.


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22) Amazon.com: buying info: Just for Fun : The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary: Type the description here.

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23) Seven LEAN Years: Trying to get a "good" job -- that is to say, a job that is above the national median income of approximately $14 per hour as of 1998 -- is getting harder and harder for a surprising new demographic in America. While the conventional wisdom and the media "talking heads" keep on droning endlessly about a supposed "high-tech labor shortage," the reality of the labor situation in the early twenty- first century is far different from a shortage. The truth about the economic desolation of the American middle class is being hidden by a barrage of press releases emanating from professional spin-doctors who have an agenda that is in opposition to aspirations of the mainstream American high-tech worker.

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24) A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole: Dave : The Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole is one of my favorite books. It's very funny. Highly recommended. If you want to understand what's going on don't think of others being such a confederacy. Instead think of us all as dunce-like dancing puppets, and you'll be closer to Great Hair.

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25) BookRags Notes: Old Man and the Sea: An old man named Santiago has gone 84 days without catching a fish. During the first 40 days of his unlucky streak, he fished with a young boy named Manolin, who had been with the old man ever since he was five years old. Due to Santiago's bad luck, however, Manolin's parents told their son not to fish with the old man. They forced him to join up with a more lucrative boat, which ended up catching three good-sized fish in its first week.

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26) The Internet Classics Archive | The Meditations by Marcus Aurelius: From my grandfather Verus I learned good morals and the government of my temper.

From the reputation and remembrance of my father, modesty and a manly character.

From my mother, piety and beneficence, and abstinence, not only from evil deeds, but even from evil thoughts; and further, simplicity in my way of living, far removed from the habits of the rich.

From my great-grandfather, not to have frequented public schools, and to have had good teachers at home, and to know that on such things a man should spend liberally.

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27) Book recommendations for potential writers?: Reading New Yorker magazine every week is probably more than enough if you want to keep up with what is good modern writing. Personally, I prefer Edith Wharton and her generation, but that's not a style that is likely to get one published in any modern magazine.

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28) 2001/07/23: The closing of the American Mind

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29) Amazon.com: buying info: Built to Last: ...the organizations who "get it" understand the power of this blending - basic research, applied engineering, talking to the people from whom you wish to take money (ie, customers). a great example of that outside the computer/communications biz is 3M.

there's a book, "Built to Last", which i'm told looks at some companies and finds several very counter-intuitive results. i won't suggest it's right or wrong, but it seems thought-provoking... "Mike O'Dell" mo at ccr dot org

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30) Osho:

  • Autobiography of a Spiritually Incorrect Mystic
  • Evening Contemplations
  • The Osho Transformation Tarot Insights & Parables for Renewal in Everyday Life
  • Courage The Joy of Living Dangerously
  • Creativity Unleashing the Forces Within
  • Tantra, the supreme understanding discourses on the tantric way of Tilopa's song of Mahamudra /
  • The Inner Journey
  • The greatest challenge, the golden future
  • Revolution in education
  • Death The Greatest Fiction
  • Hidden Mysteries
  • Enlightenment The Only Revolution Discourses on the Great Mystic Ashtavakra
  • My Way, the Way of White Clouds and more...


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    31) CBH PUBLICATIONS HOME PAGE:

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    32) The Food Revolution: How your diet can help save your life and the world chapter
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    revie w by howard lyman

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    33) Noelle Nelson: author of "everyday miracles"

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    34) HBS Working Knowledge: Leadership, Strategy & Competition: Why Leaders Need Great Books: "Here's this young guy," says Badaracco of Jerry in the story. "He's smart. He's ambitious. Like the people he's selling insurance to, he's starting out with nothing in life. He wants to make something of himself; and ultimately he does. But he's got to deal very early in his career with something he thinks is wrong. "The struggle is partly with his own idealism versus the circumstances in which he's found himself. And it's partly against the policies of a large organization."

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    35) HBS Working Knowledge: Leadership, Strategy & Competition: Harold Bloom On What Bill Gates Should Be Reading This Summer: Every individual—regardless of profession—needs to stretch his mind and to reflect, now and again, on the human condition. Literature beckons, but which works should be read, and why? To help answer these questions, HBR senior editor Diane L. Coutu recently met with Harold Bloom, the Sterling Professor of the Humanities at Yale University and Berg Professor of English at New York University Graduate School. A MacArthur Prize winner, Bloom has edited more than 1,200 books of literary criticism and has written 24 books, among them such best-sellers as Shakespeare and The Western Canon. In this excerpt taken from a wide-ranging conversation in his home in New Haven, Connecticut, Bloom discussed what we can learn from literature—and what we cannot.

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    36) Harold Bloom On What Bill Gates Should Be Reading This Summer: 2do

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    37) Conscious Loving by Hendricks and Hendricks: at Program mers

    My pitch to programmers, which is far more revolutionary than any programming language or operating system can be, is to look for understanding where you find it, work with people you want to work with, and don't waste time with people who won't listen and aren't grounded in the truth.

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    38) Paul Nilson: Hi Dr. Bernarr,

    I have your great site on my link page. I do not know if you have seen my first book or not but in my book I have some great interviews with long time raw fooders that many people loved and are asking for more. I am now working on my next book and will have some great interviews. Some of the people I am interviewing for my next book are Virginia Vetrano, Arthur Andrews, William Esser and Fred Bisci. They all say they know you and suggest I contact you to see if you'd be interested in having an interview in my book. If so I can put your contact info and website info in my book. My first book is quickly becoming a best seller in the raw food movement and I know my next book will be even bigger and better. Please let me know if you are interested in being interviewed and would it be easier by email or phone.

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    39) Life's mysteries : an introduction to the teachings of Osho: ...

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    40) Think on these Things ( by J Krishnamurti ): i should write a summary

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