There is a book out there, written in modern times (1976-1978) of which we know not much about. We know that an Italian (artist, architect and an industrial engineer) by the name of Luigi Serafini decided to write a book that is 360 pages that has some strange diagrams and is written in a script, that […]
For a mind is a terrible thing to waste: Le Monde’s 100 Books of the Century – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Charles Eliot was the President of Harvard University from 1869 to 1909. He often used to cite that if a person spent 15 minutes-a-day aside for reading, one could get a liberal education (like that of Harvard) for free. He cited that such books would sit comfortably on a five-foot shelf.
At one time, record stores and CDs were plentiful and everywhere. You could not possibly fathom that they would go out of business so fast (actually the CD had a shorter lifespan than the vinyl record). The basic goal of the modern day MP3 player is still the same, for you to listen to music. […]