(Seize the Day!)
My USAF radar shop
Airplanes and Rockets:
My personal hobby website
My daughter Sally's horse riding website
Each week, I select a new book that is relevant to engineers, scientists, students, hobbyists or managers. Most of the time they are sold through Amazon (I earn a few pennies on each sale), but when possible, I present books that are available in an e-book format that can be downloaded for free. The latter are much less available. After all, most people like to be paid for their work, as I'm certain that you do, too.
Note: I just began archiving these picks in May of 2009, but they have been going on since about 2003.
Strategy: For Researchers and Research Managers,
by H. Jackson Knight
Your Own Electronics Workshop: Everything You Need to Design a Work Space, Use Test Equipment,
Build and Troubleshoot Circuits, by Thomas Petruzzellis
Ways to Make Yourself Indispensable at Work,
by Carol A. Silvis
(2009 release - vital in these times)
Tech Hot Shots: Careers in Sports Engineering,
by Celeste Baine
of GPS a Hardware Approach,
by Danny Doberstein
Circuit Design: A Tutorial Guide to Applications and Solutions, by Bob Dobkin , Jim Williams
This is Jim Williams' posthumously published book - nerd version of an album of heretofore unpublished Beatles songs!
Materials for Wireless Applications,
by David B. Cruickshank
2012 Weekly Planner Calendar (spiral-bound), by Scott Adams
Romanchik, B6NU, Ham radio instructor and "CW Geek," is offering
free PDF versions and low-cost
e-reader versions of his Technician Class and General Class Amateur Radio license study guides.
the PFD versions, or click the thumbnails to get e-book for Kindle.
IV… and More (The Grand Finale),
by By Dave Ingram, K4TWJ (SK) - Free Download
by Theodore Anderson
of Modern Radar: Basic Principles, by Mark Richards, James Scheer, William Holm
Security Engineering: A Holistic Approach
R. Kolle, A. Tarter
Mathematica 8 Home Edition
Your Own Business, Fifth Edition: The Only Start-Up Book You'll Ever Need, by Entrepreneur
ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications