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February 24, 2004

Book List

Ed Felten asks his readers for a “top-five” list of books in Science and Technology — books one might might hope every university student would read. Here’s my stab at one.

Posted by distler at February 24, 2004 9:59 AM

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Weblog: ex libris
Excerpt: question posed about which five books in science and technology that every college student should read. His response: The Character of Physical Law * Richard Feynman The First Three Minutes: A Modern View of the Origin of the Universe * Steven Weinberg...
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Weblog: Freedom to Tinker
Excerpt: Last week, I asked readers to name five must-read books on science and technology. The results are below. I included nominations from my comments section, from the comments over at Crooked Timber, and from any other blogs I spotted. This represents th...
Tracked: February 29, 2004 6:47 AM

Re: Book List

- randomly stubled across your website searching for clever musings - anywhozzlebees, just wanted to make a suggestion of putting scroll boxes with html in your blogs so it’s more organized and not so large and fit more blog entries on 1 page - *shrugs* idk just a suggestion -

- mike -

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