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Monthly archive September, 2011
Schaum's Outlines: Trusted by more than 40 million students [and counting] since 1946

Schaum’s Outlines: Trusted by more than 40 million students [and counting] since 1946

At a garage sale in his Skokie neighborhood, test prep and language publisher Christopher Brown experienced a moment of kismet when he stumbled upon a tattered 1946 edition of Schaum’s Outline of College Physics.  LearnMore
They Sew. We Reap. (Or: Discover the Latest Wrinkle in Nex-gen Antennas)

They Sew. We Reap. (Or: Discover the Latest Wrinkle in Nex-gen Antennas)

McGraw-Hill authors John Volakis and Chi-Chih Chen are members of an Ohio State University research team that has developed a new way to incorporate radio antennas into clothing using plastic film and metallic thread.  LearnMore

International Marine Celebrates 40 Years of “Good Books about Boats”

The year was 1969, a year of highs and lows –  from Vietnam to a triumphant small-step-for-mankind moon landing.  It was also the year Roger C. Taylor, former editor-in-chief of Naval Institute Press, launched a little venture called International Marine.  LearnMore