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review 2013-07-18 00:00
Hot Communications - Carey Decevito Hot Communications - Carey Decevito Maybe more 2-1/2 stars. Another book that could really benefit from a good editor. The initial sex scenes were protracted and plentiful. But I couldn't get into them really. And I skipped a bit. (I'm not one to generally skip sex scenes.) And a bit too insta-love. Then, about halfway through, a different sort of story began that was interesting -- the ex-girlfriend stalker/abductor. And the bizarre plan. I still don't get why someone didn't just call the freaking police. BUT it's not my story and that might have cut the story a bit short. Still, it seems like the logical thing to do. I didn't dislike this story, but I didn't love it.
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review 2013-04-09 00:00
Great Jobs for Communications Majors
Great Jobs For Communications Majors - Blythe Camenson Quite insightful on job and interview processes and the parameters to follow while looking for a desired job.
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review 2012-06-18 00:00
Disaster Communications in a Changing Media World
Disaster Communications in a Changing Media World - George D. Haddow,George Haddow For me, this book was really kind of rudimentary, but it is an excellent introduction to social media (think Goodreads, Twitter, Facebook, blogs, etc) and how they can shape and be shaped by emergency and disaster situations.

This text provides some good examples of successful communication strategies, as well as suggestions on how to improve existing communication plans. This should be "must read" for anyone in emergency or disaster management (EDM), no matter what their level of responsibility. Especially, this should be high on the list for anyone in EDM leadership, as well as local government leadership. The suggestions provided are well presented and thought out.

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review 2012-03-17 00:00
Cash Cab: A Collection of the Best Trivia from the Hit Discovery Show
Cash Cab: A Collection of the Best Trivia from the Hit Discovery Show - Discovery Communications,Discovery Communications For those that have watched the tv show and enjoyed it, you will enjoy this trivia book too. For those that like a mix of trivia, you will also like this. For those that just have some interest in trivia, curious about the book, and an interest in NYC, you also will like this book. For those that love the tv show, love trivia, and have any interest in NYC, who will love this!A mixture of trivia on different levels, red light challenges, double or nothings and a good bit of info on places in NYC makes this a must have. I got my edition from the library, after passing up on it once and finding myself drawn to it like a new toy the next time. I will be going out and purchasing my own. Ben Bailey has done what many have tried and failed, he's made a 100% enjoyable trivia book.
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review 2011-08-18 10:53
How To Win Friends and Influence People
How To Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie Every person should make this book a part of their life's curriculum. It is widely considered the bible of human behavior and is a must-read for everyone. Although it was written in the 1930s, Carnegie's philosophies still hold true. Timeless. Don't borrow it, buy it. You'll be a much better person for having read this book-- not only to yourself but for everyone around you.
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