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HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites
HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites
par Jon Duckett
Edition : Broché
Prix : EUR 25,18

4.0 étoiles sur 5 This is the HTML5 book I've been waiting for, 19 août 2013
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites (Broché)
This book is beautifully composed, and it provides all the basic information that a web developer needs to work in HTML5.
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The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing
The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing
par Richard Dawkins
Edition : Relié
Prix : EUR 26,35

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dawkins on his scientific brethren, 26 mai 2008
Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing (Relié)
In the simple and friendly little book entitled Richard Dawkins, How a scientist changed the way we think [Oxford University Press 2006], edited by Alan Grafen and Mark Ridley, scientists and writers heaped praise upon a brilliant and illustrious fellow scientist and writer. In The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing [Oxford University Press 2008] by Richard Dawkins, we encounter the inverse process. The Oxford guru of ungodly genetics offers us a personally-chosen digest of 83 literary variations -- one might say prose poems -- on scientific themes. And each extract is prefaced by a brilliantly terse introduction by the Master of Ceremonies, who invites us to look over his shoulder -- over his reading glasses, one might say -- to take voluptuous literary and didactic pleasure in the modern Word (logos) of Science. Dawkins is never nicer than when he talks of others: of other scientists and writers, of other bright survival machines with a zoological quill in their hands. He is a Renaissance scholar inviting us to a celebration of his scientific and artistic brethren. Dawkins and Oxford (its university, its press) are lights in the murky metaphysics of the modern world.


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