Logan Bonner

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End This Depression Now!

• <b>Author:</b> Paul Krugman<p>A New York Times best-selling call to arms from Nobel Prize–winning economist Paul Krugman.<p>The Great Recession is more than four years old—and counting. Yet, as Paul Krugman points out in this powerful volley, "Nations rich in resources, talent, and knowledge—all the ingredients …

The Next 100 Years

• <b>Author:</b> George Friedman<p><b>China fragments, a new Cold War with Russia, Mexcio challenges U.S., the new great powers Turkey, Poland and Japan</b>. <i>The Next 100 Years</i> is a fascinating, eye-opening and often shocking look at what lies ahead for the U.S. and the world from one of our most incisive futurists.<p>In …

Twelve Years a Slave

• <b>Author:</b> Solomon Northup & Abraham Lincoln<p><i>Twelve Years a Slave</i> by Solomon Northup is a memoir of a black man who was born free in New York state but kidnapped, sold into slavery and kept in bondage for 12 years in Louisiana before the American Civil War. He provided details of slave markets in …

Game Change

• <b>Author:</b> John Heilemann & Mark Halperin<p>The gripping inside story of the 2008 presidential election, by two of the best political reporters in the country.<p>“It’s one of the best books on politics of any kind I’ve read. For entertainment value, I put it up there with Catch 22.” —The Financial Times<p>“It …

Cyber War

• <b>Author:</b> Richard A. Clarke & Robert Knake<p>Author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Against All Enemies, former presidential advisor and counter-terrorism expert Richard A. Clarke sounds a timely and chilling warning about America’s vulnerability in a terrifying new international conflict—Cyber War! …

The Next Decade

• <b>Author:</b> George Friedman<p><b>The author of the acclaimed New York Times bestseller The Next 100 Years now focuses his geopolitical forecasting acumen on the next decade and the imminent events and challenges that will test America and the world, specifically addressing the skills that will be required by</b> …

Politics Transformed: The High Tech Battle for Your Vote

• <b>Author:</b> Mashable<p>Politics Transformed: The High Tech Battle for Your Vote is an in-depth look at how social media and digital tech is changing the way we choose our leaders. In it, Mashable reporters explore myriad issues affecting the 2012 elections and beyond, including how the campaigns are …

Mein Kampf

• <b>Author:</b><p>The angry ranting of an obscure, small-party politician, the first volume of Mein Kampf was virtually ignored when it was originally published in 1925. Likewise the second volume, which appeared in 1926. The book details Hitler's childhood, the "betrayal" of Germany in World War I, the …

Mein Kampf - My Struggle

• <b>Author:</b> Rudolf Hess<p>This is original and unabridged edition of this revolutionary book.<br>Mein Kampf (“My Struggle”) is a political manifesto written by Adolf Hitler. It was his only complete book and became the bible of National Socialism in the German Third Reich. It was published in two volumes, …

The New Digital Age

• <b>Author:</b> Eric Schmidt & Jared Cohen<p>In an unparalleled collaboration, two leading global thinkers in technology and foreign affairs give us their widely anticipated, transformational vision of the future: a world where everyone is connected—a world full of challenges and benefits that are ours to …

Are smartphones making our working lives more stressful?

Are smartphones really so bad for us? Hard science on the matter is hard to come by. In the absence of solid evidence, debates on their effects are driven more by conjecture, anecdotes and surveys. Some studies, however, are starting to provide a few answers.<p>When companies hand out smartphones to …

How Things Went Wrong For The Audio Company That Could Have Beaten Beats

Whoever said life was fair? Beats sold to Apple for three billion dollars. Meanwhile, Wolfson Microelectronics, an audio chip maker with far more sophisticated technology and patents under its belt, was recently acquired by Cirrus Logic (one of Apple’s main suppliers) for just $500 million.<p>Wolfson …

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How You'll Buy a Big Mac With Your iPhone at a McDonald's Drive-Through

The Golden Arches gets a tech upgrade.<p>McDonald’s was one of Apple’s big-name partners when the iPhone maker announced the launch of its mobile payments system, Apple Pay, earlier this week.<p>But when Apple said the partnership would allow McDonald’s customers to pay with their iPhones at the …

How Wi-Fi Could Revolutionize The Way We Use The Web

"When people hear 'Wi-Fi' they say, 'That's that thing that doesn't work very well at my house,'" says Jaime Fink.<p>His company, Mimosa, works with technology that could turn Wi-Fi from a way to save money on our smartphone data plans to an internet connectivity option on par with fiber and leagues …

Is the News Replacing Literature?

In the postwar period, a generation of critics, inspired by Lionel Trilling, encapsulated the difference between high art and popular art in a single word: “complexity.” “Literature,” Trilling wrote, “is the human activity that takes the fullest and most precise account of variousness, possibility, …

Startling Acts Of Mischief In Children's Literature

There's this perception out there that, when it comes to books for children, everything is sweetness and light and cute fluffy bunnies. But children's books are works of literature that deserve more than a little respect in their own right. Dictators ban them, governments try to use them to control …

Children's Books

Why we need literature to remember the first world war

It all started with a gun, and a dose of ill-fortune; with the murder of a moustachioed Austrian and a slab of militarism, the world had made of itself a glorious war. Just like that. Leaving a puckered scar on the surface of humanity, so that the rest of time might point and stare.<p>My education on …

Hacking Traffic Lights Is Apparently Really Easy

In the 1969 classic <i>The Italian Job</i>, Michael Caine and crew commit a major gold heist by hacking into the traffic light system of Turin, Italy, to …