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THE THRILLING ADVENTURES OF LOVELACE AND BABBAGE . . . in which Sydney Padua transforms one of the most compelling scientific collaborations into a hilarious series of adventures.

Meet Victorian London’s most dynamic duo: Charles Babbage, the unrealized inventor of the computer, and his accomplice, Ada, Countess of Lovelace, the peculiar protoprogrammer and daughter of Lord Byron. When Lovelace translated a description of Babbage’s plans for an enormous mechanical calculating machine in 1842, she added annotations three times longer than the original work. Her...
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Jessie FrazelleInspired by @jgrahamc I got this book and it is AMAZING (Source)

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An accessible and reassuring guide to childhood health and immunity from a pediatrician who's both knowledgeable about the latest scientific research and respectful of a family's risk factors, health history, and concerns

In The Vaccine-Friendly Plan, Paul Thomas, M.D., presents his proven approach to building immunity: a new protocol that limits a child's exposure to aluminum, mercury, and other neurotoxins while building overall good health. Based on the results from his pediatric practice of more than eleven thousand children, as well as data from other credible...
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Jessie Frazelle@hugelgupf @EricaJoy @aphyr @jassmith87 @skamille I’m really not worried about it my sister is a medical professional I read the book because I found it interesting (Source)

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What You Do Is Who You Are

How to Create Your Business Culture

Ben Horowitz, a leading venture capitalist, modern management expert, and New York Times bestselling author, combines lessons both from history and from modern organizational practice with practical and often surprising advice to help executives build cultures that can weather both good and bad times.

Ben Horowitz has long been fascinated by history, and particularly by how people behave differently than you’d expect. The time and circumstances in which they were raised often shapes them—yet a few leaders have managed to shape their times. In What You...

Andrew ChenToday, you can finally read my colleague and mentor @bhorowitz 2nd book, called “What you do is who you are” on creating and sustaining culture. Great examples from: - Bushido, Genghis Khan - the Haitian slave revolt - Uber and new tech cos Buy it here: (Source)

Eric Ries"If you don’t methodically set your culture, then two-thirds of it will end up being accidental and the rest will be a mistake." Love this quote from @bhorowitz and highly recommend his new book that dives into this topic in more detail, coming out 10/29 (Source)

Brian ArmstrongI read an early copy of @bhorowitz's new book about company cultures, and thought it was great! Check it out: (Source)

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