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Well worth reading for anyone trying to communicate factual information to the public. The message is simple: show what you have to say in well told stories. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Edwin Lee
The author, a PhD in marine biology , left his professorship after 20 years to learn to be a filmmaker. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Reg Nordman
Book is about writing for a broad, not strictly academic, audience. It is engaging and offers good ideas to try out in your own writing practices.Published 6 months ago by Sarah
This book is packed with great insights. Lessons that otherwise would only be learned through a lifetime of trial and error. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jim W
I like this book a lot.
Funny, but filled with valuable information.
If you are in the market to give professional talks (scientific), I would recommend
reading this... Read more
It had its moments where it was funny but then it would turn into sentences saying the exact same thing over and over again.Published 14 months ago by user
The book is very good and as scientis fed up with the publish or perish and every day more conviced that we have to make our science matter for thge general public I really... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Pablo Vigliano
It is hard to follow these rules, but with the internet it is possible to produce/direct your own material.
Getting an audience and respect is hard. Read more