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You've Been Tangled!

Advantages: Informative for psycho-analytical study use
Disadvantages: Overplayed on... and bought into invalid trepidations

Author: Aleks Krotoski Publisher: Faber & Faber / Guardian Books Duration: 216 pages Released: 2013 - - - Observing ‘Election 2015’ installs apathy – usually due to the gigantic pork-y pies that float off the leaders’ tongues. You denote parliamen ...

1st2thebar 13.05.2015 · Read full review
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Review of Untangling The Web: What The Internet Is Doing To You - Aleks Krotoski

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Definitive History of Atari - part 1

Advantages: Definitive, detailed and well researched
Disadvantages: Sloppy editing

Having been a hardcore Atari nut since the late 70′s when the VCS came out then moving through the various 8bits (400, 800, 130XE, 800XL), STs (520 STm, 4160STe, Mega STe, Falcon) etc, I was looking forward to this book immensely. The authors are well ...

ilaskey 12.06.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Atari Inc Business is Fun - Curt Vendel, Marty Goldberg

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Fortran 90

Advantages: Good Beginner Book
Disadvantages: Expensive

Fortran is one the oldest programming language around, and one of the most popular in computationally intensive numerical algorithms. Unfortunately, it lacks many features regarded as essential in High-level programming language, although this has been ad ...

blueonred 01.07.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Fortran 90 Programming - Ivor R. Philips, T.M.R. Ellis

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'A' Level Information Technology - very respectable

Advantages: Nice layout
Disadvantages: Sometimes waffles on a bit

Being a student I probably use this book more frequently than teachers do and so I believe I am more able to write a 'real' review. This 370-page book aims to cover all aspects of the A-level IT course. The book is presented well with short paragraphs an ...

gregrobson 05.08.2000 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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A teachers best friend

Advantages: Explains things simply
Disadvantages: Not everything in the book is on the course

...Having just completed my first year of A level computing i could not have done it without this book. This is not sayin that the course can not be completed without this book just that my teacher was totally dependant on it. I completed my course (and ...

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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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