Tuesday, April 1, 2008

The Complete Idiot's Guide

While I'm on the topic of guide type books, I came across another book which I couldn't resist buying. If ever I had aspirations to being a complete idiot, this would definitely be the book to buy. The explanations of principles and real life examples are stunningly illustrative. The scope of content coverage is also quite voluminous, even though the case studies only spanned an 8 year period from 2000-2008.

This highly informative and educational read was unfortunately a limited edition print only available at select Boundaries and Farnes and Grobles stores.

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