The community meets a new hobby ambiguously: Many parents cannot find time for their children because of the daily activities, fatigue, and other routine problems, and thus have a positive attitude to the video games, allowing children to play different video games on the computer.
Barb had the chance to read this superlative book pre-press, and she has a beautiful hard copy beside her as she writes this. The deep learning revolution has brought us driverless cars, the greatly improved Google Translate, fluent conversations with Siri and Alexa, and enormous profits from automated trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Deep learning networks can play poker better than professional poker players and defeat a world champion at Go. In this book, Terry Sejnowski explains how deep learning went from being an arcane academic field to a disruptive technology in the information economy.
The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher. This self-published book has sold over four million copies in the decades it has been in print, perhaps making it one of the most successful self-published books ever.
We found the practice of placing entire bibliographic references into the middle of sentences, instead of just referring to them in an endnote, to be pretty clumsy—it was clear this is a self-published book.
But even so, there was a lot of great advice. Eyring The Innovative University: Yet, as Christensen and Eyring show, deliberate and judicious choices to not emulate Harvard can result in tremendous cost-savings for students.
Nick, the narrator, is an honest guide to how love led his friend Jay Gatsby to the boundless, tragic pursuit of money. This book is a beautifully written reflection on life, idealism, and ambition, all framed in the excesses of the Roaring Twenties. This is an inspiring book about how to improve both yourself and the lives of others.
Plus, who knew that Franklin almost made a living as a swimming instructor? A pioneering work in education.
Teach Students How to Learn: Barb was lucky enough to speak with Saundra about her book a few days ago—Saundra herself is a force to be reckoned with in helping reshape attitudes towards student learning. This is the epic tale of how Jan Baalsrud, a Norwegian commando, overcame virtually every hardship that could be thrown at a human being as he fought, skied, limped, dragged, was carried, was entombed, and yet still carried on.
This book will inspire you to carry on with aplomb—it is unforgettable! News and World Report has called Arizona State University, which Crow helms, the 1 university for innovation in the country. Sadly, the main points of the book are buried beneath clunky prose.
The University We Need: Suggestions such as the creation of a national National Academic Honesty Board overlook the fact that state boards designed to ferret out cheating in state schools never actually seem to do so.
See the discussion in the far better book Freakonomics for why this occurs. Fascinating insights into the differences between US and German parenting cultures. Lipska the neuroscientist of the title and Elaine McArdle.
This is a wondrously eye-opening account of what it feels like to go mad, or to be like one of those mean, nasty, self-centered, semi-crazy types who you sometimes run into if you work in customer service. Good insight into the brain even as we readers receive wonderful insight into the frailty and wonder of human consciousness.
The Magic of Impromptu Speaking: Along with useful insights, Andrii provides wonderful stories about speaking, including his own growth from shy youth to outgoing public speaker. A useful primer to help you gain more comfort in speaking publicly, and an easy, nice read.
An earlier book we also enjoyed several years ago was Maphead: How to Change Your Mind: A thought-provoking and interesting read.
This was such a riveting book that we finished it all in one evening. The upshot is this whopping cautionary tale featuring world-class frauds and utterly ruthless, no-bounds-of-human-decency litigators. John Carreyrou and the Wall Street Journal deserve kudos for this edge-of-the-seat investigative reporting.
Also a great book for audio. A guide to help someone you loveby Paul Wallis. But who would have ever thought that a book on macular degeneration could be both entertaining and enlightening?
A guide to help someone you love is a delightful, informative, and upbeat book about a condition that most know little about. Chapters 1 through 9 in particular give a nice overview of the topic.Yahoo Lifestyle is your source for style, beauty, and wellness, including health, inspiring stories, and the latest fashion trends.
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