Click Here to Kill Everybody by Bruce Schneier

Click Here to Kill Everybody by Bruce Schneier

This book advocates for common-sense precautions by companies, governments, and individuals so we can enjoy the benefits of technolgoy without falling prey to its vulnerabilities.

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The Spaces Between Us by Michael S. A. Graziano

The Spaces Between Us by Michael S. A. Graziano

“Personal space is the fundamental scaffold of human interaction,” writes Michael Graziano in his new book The Spaces Between Us. Graziano is Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at Princeton University, is studying specifically in these pages the human startle reflex and more broadly the nature and mechanics of how humans manage what he refers to as the protective 'bubble' that surrounds each person and responds to sudden stimuli before the brain can process and interpret things.

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The Great Apes: A Short History by Chris Herzfeld

 The Great Apes: A Short History by Chris Herzfeld

Christ Herzfeld's Petite histoire des grands singes appeared originally in 2012 and now has an English-language translation from Yale University Press by Kevin Frey that ably captures both Herzfeld's sweeping viewpoint and his sharply inquisitive tone; the book presents readers with a fast-paced and engaged history of humanity's historical and scientific encounters with gorillas, orangutans, bonobos, and chimpanzees and broadens whenever it can to larger issues of ethology and primatology.

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