Books Carnival – Oct. 21, 2007


Welcome to the October 21, 2007 edition of Books Carnival

mgopi presents E-CYCLOPEDIA – Free ebooks download, ecyclopedia download ebooks free: eBook: How to develop a Super-Power Memory posted at E-CYCLOPEDIA – Free ebooks download, ecyclopedia download ebooks free, saying, “This book provides the techniques to train our brain to improve our concentration and memory to the extreme.”

Tiffany Washko presents The Reincarnationist posted at Zen Mother.

GrrlScientist presents To The Creationists: Even WORDS Evolve! posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “[This link is about some new linguistics data — which may or may not be appropriate for your carnival]
Or; How ‘stode’ became ‘studied’. This piece explores the rate of evolutionary change in languages and finds that these rates of change are similar to the evolutionary rate of genes.”

artThailand presents The First Casualty posted at artThailand.

TherapyDoc presents Calvin and Hobbs and Reality posted at Everyone Needs Therapy.

Joy Miller presents Ivy League universities now offer online degrees and certificates posted at Online College Blog, saying, “Ivy League dreams? Make them a reality. Although you may not be able to physically commute to an Ivy League campus, that shouldn’t keep you from “attending” classes at an Ivy League university.”

book reviews

Joana presents Leonardo?s Shadow by Christopher Grey posted at The Symposium.

mgopi presents EJB 3 in Action: Download FREE e-book now..! posted at E-CYCLOPEDIA – Free ebooks download, ecyclopedia download ebooks free, saying, “EJB 3 in Action is a fast-paced tutorial for both novice and experienced Java developers. It will help you learn EJB 3 and the JPA quickly and easily. This comprehensive, entirely new EJB 3 book starts with a tour of the EJB 3 landscape. It then moves quickly into core topics like building business logic with session and message-driven beans. You’ll find four full chapters on the JPA along with practical code samples, design patterns, performance tuning tips, and best practices for building and deploying scalable applications.”

Norm Goldman, Editor presents A Conversation With Tom Miller Who Has Been Called By The San Francisco Chronicle “One of the Best Non-Fiction Writers.” .: posted at, saying, “Tom Miller discusses his writing career and all about writing.”

Mike Bergin presents Soaring with Fidel posted at 10,000 Birds, saying, “Book review with a response from the author.”

GrrlScientist presents Present at the Future posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “by Ira Flatow, this book is a collection of essays about various topics in science based on his many interviews with scientists over the years.”

SJ Yee presents The FAQ Book on Public Speaking posted at Personal Development for the Book Smart.

Dan presents Interview with Seymour Garte, Author of Where We Stand posted at Migrations, saying, “Posting of an email interview with Seymour Garte, the author of the new book “Where We Stand: A Surprising Look at the Real State of Our Planet.” It’s a great book for anyone interested in science, the environment, and perceptions of the state of both in society at large.”

Living Without Meat / Style Fix presents Kelley Wants to Get “In Your Purse” posted at Style Fix.

mgopi presents XML programming with SQL/XML and XQuery: Download FREE e-book now..! posted at E-CYCLOPEDIA – Free ebooks download, ecyclopedia download ebooks free, saying, “This book describes an integrated database architecture that enables SQL applications with XML extensions as well as XQuery applications to operate on the same data.”

GrrlScientist presents Father Knows Less posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “The new book by Wendell Jamieson, is a father’s delightful and interesting quest to find the answers to his young son’s questions. [book review]”


Michael@TSM presents Fall TSM Travel Writing Contest: Win $125! posted at Traveling Stories Magazine.


ISPF presents A Brain Teaser and a Book Giveaway posted at Grad Money Matters.

new book release

mgopi presents Microsoft .NET Framework Professional Projects: Download FREE…! posted at E-CYCLOPEDIA – Free ebooks download, ecyclopedia download ebooks free, saying, “Use .NET Framework to accomplish real-world, professional tasks. .NET Framework Professional Projects is your key to unlocking the power of .NET Framework. Each project focuses on a specific concept and is based on a real-world situation. Enhance your skills as you work through eleven projects including creating XML schemas, creating a Web service and application, implementing security models in .NET Framework, and measuring system performance. When you are finished, you will have the skills necessary to modify projects to fit your professional needs.”

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2 responses to “Books Carnival – Oct. 21, 2007

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