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History of Information by Jeremy Norman

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I just came across this huge, OMG-ish site, which is a repository of knowldege.....

http://www.historyofinformation.com/

Go ahead, i tempt you, once you are bitten, theres no way out.

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Wow... good find... thanx!

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awesome :)

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ya Thanks Spartan

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I just came across this huge, OMG-ish site, which is a repository of knowldege.....

http://www.historyofinformation.com/

Go ahead, i tempt you, once you are bitten, theres no way out.

thanks for to link of gold my good man

In what is being touted as the biggest advance paid to an Indian author by a home-grown publishing house, Westland has given Amish Tripathi, author of the Shiva trilogy, Rs 5 crore — close to $1 million — as an advance for his next series.

With five lakh copies of his mythological fantasy ‘The Oath of the Vayuputras’ sold within a day of its release earlier this week, Amish has become the new “literary popstar” as Shekhar Kapur described him. Westland, which published the trilogy, is paying up the big fat advance even though the writer hasn’t decided what his next book will be about.

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a friend is bugging me to give this a read, you familiar with it ? verdict ?

I have a bit too much on my reading list these days :cry:

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thanks for to link of gold my good man

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a friend is bugging me to give this a read, you familiar with it ? verdict ?

I have a bit too much on my reading list these days :cry:

Have read it already. All the 3 books.

Very LOTR-ish. mix of mythology, Philosophy & Adventure.

Instead of potraying Shiva as a God, he is shown as a normal human being. which is more entertaining than the mythology.

Al l3 are good books. Especially the 1st one - The immortals of Meluha. :tu:

Have them as epub on my laptop and mobile.

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Have read it already. All the 3 books.

Very LOTR-ish. mix of mythology, Philosophy & Adventure.

Instead of potraying Shiva as a God, he is shown as a normal human being. which is more entertaining than the mythology.

Al l3 are good books. Especially the 1st one - The immortals of Meluha. :tu:

Have them as epub on my laptop and mobile.

thanks the heads up .... don't know when I'll be able to fit it in ... :lol:

I'm on a Kurt Vonnegut binge rerun read ......

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I always liked this one, maybe the oldest idea of a pyramid :yes:

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