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Tom Carpenter
Tom Carpenter is the author of multiple books on Wireless and Windows Technology as well as resources covering project management, leadership and life success.As the Senior Consultant for SYSEDCO, Tom Carpenter directs the organization and provides training and consulting to IT groups throughout... show more



Tom Carpenter is the author of multiple books on Wireless and Windows Technology as well as resources covering project management, leadership and life success.As the Senior Consultant for SYSEDCO, Tom Carpenter directs the organization and provides training and consulting to IT groups throughout the United States. His Wireless Networking Boot Camp, Windows Networking Boot Camp, and IT Project Management Boot Camp events provide the in-depth knowledge technology professionals need to get ahead.As the CTO of CWNP, LLC, Tom Carpenter directs the technical vision for the organization and defines the certification objectives and training outlines for all certifications and courses in the CWNP products. These include CWTS, CWNA, CWSP, CWAP, CWDP and CWNE. Tom is a CWNE and a long time supporter of the CWNP certifications.Tom lives in Ohio and has four wonderful children: Faith, Rachel, Thomas and Sarah. Oh, and one wonderful grandchild: Wyatt.

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deborahmarkus7
deborahmarkus7 rated it 6 years ago
I expected this book to be rather light and cute. Instead, I found it thoroughly readable and a terrific resource (I'm researching a novel set in this period). Recipes are included and, more importantly, put into context -- figuring out *when* the Regency English ate and drank can be trickier than *...
Telynor's Library, and then some
Telynor's Library, and then some rated it 8 years ago
A charming little book that would be great for a book club meeting based around Jane Austen. Tea customs, recipes, lovely photographs. For the more complete review, please go here:http://www.epinions.com/content_174128074372
A Buckeye Girl Reads
A Buckeye Girl Reads rated it 9 years ago
This was a surprisingly delightful read. It was filled with interesting commentary about Jane Austen's daily life and what tea meant to the people of her time. I can't wait to try some of the recipes in the book. I only wish I had a cup of strong Earl Gray tea to drink while I read this book.
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