“Through Early Yellowstone” is a delightful trip through travelers’ tales about one of the most remarkable places on Earth. Not only was Yellowstone the United States’ first national park, filled with an incredible number of natural wonders, it quickly captured … Read more
Brian Krebs is a journalist focused on cybercrime. His 2014 book, Spam Nation: the Inside Story of Organized Cybercrime -from Global Epidemic to Your Front Door, is an excellent read for anyone interested in this common form of crime. … Read more
Libraries interested in using their data to improve service should get More Library Mashups: Exploring New Ways to Deliver Library Data edited by Nicole Engard. It is a strong book that balances both highly technical developer-grade projects with ones … Read more
The whole concept of locksport or the competitive, hobby activity of picking locks was totally unfamiliar to me until I read Robert Vamosi’s book – When Gadgets Betray Us – that discussed gadgets and technology and its vulnerabilities. It … Read more
Here is my review of this
junior high courtroom mock trial simulation published by Prufrock Press in Waco, TX.
Teachers who are introducing their grades 6-8 students to the U.S. criminal justice system will benefit from this thorough guide … Read more
Blur: How to Know What’s True in the Age of Information Overload is a dense look at how journalism is changing and how consumers can utilize journalistic skills to understand the news and information around them. Bill Kovach and Tom … Read more