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Commenting Science: Afterlife Affairs-Are We Politically Incorrect in Recognising True Innovators?

One word, actually two: Steve Jobs. Born in 1955, Steven Paul Jobs was our era’s leader among leaders. Can we contest this statement? No. The person, better defined as a persona behind Apple was THE man, both figuratively and literally. … Continue reading

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Winter Visit to British Library: Joining the Debate on Growing Knowledge

Visiting London is always an experience of re-living a written text, very dream-like. This time it was about reaching out for the massive amount of books deposited in the British Library and described not in fiction but on my blog … Continue reading

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An Interview With Dr Mamun Habib – Comments On Open Access In Bangladesh

Dr. Md. Mamun Habib, assistant professor at the Department of Operations Management at the American International University Bangladesh (AIUB) held a speech recently addressing his students, and the occasion was a new book launching ceremony. The book in question was, … Continue reading

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