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Patrice's Holiday Gift Guide: Books

Posted On: 28 Jan 2022   |   Posted By: British Tech Network

This is the first article in a multi-part series, where I recommend things to buy for the holidays.
All of the picks have been curated by me and I own & use them myself .
Every guide will have a theme, allowing you to decide whether you're interested in this particular category or not.
In case you have missed them, here are the other guides:
Health
Today's theme is: Books
Who doesn't love a good book. There have been so many good books I've read or listened to this year. Whether you prefer the dead tree version or like listening to your books in audiobook form, books are a great way of expanding your horizon.
So here we go, my book related picks for 2021:
1: The Innovators - Walter Isaacson
From the author of many biographies of people like Steve Jobs or Albert Einstein. This book dives into the history of the computers and the internet and the long line of amazing people that made it all possible. It's by no means a complete history, but it's an interesting story nonetheless....

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