Written in 1985, I found this book still relevant.
A short Kindle Single about traumatic brain injuries resulting from explosion shockwaves without other impact (like being thrown against a wall), told in relation to a group of soldiers who suffered such injuries in an IED blast.
44. Dealing with the Media (Chris Rau). 04 May, 2013.
Informs common folk on how to approach and interact with the media fruitfully.
43. A Technique for Producing Ideas (James Young). 03 May, 2013.
Very brief book that breaks the process of having an idea into a set of five strictly linear and unskippable steps.
42. Face Of Battle (John Keegan). 03 May, 2013.
An examination of the act of warfighting and its effect on people, and how the act and those effects have changed (or not changed) over time.
An engrossing look at how networking and messiness affect and encourage innovation.
40. How to Win Friends and Influence People (Dale Carnegie). 01 March, 2013.
A favourite of the self-improvement crowd.
39. Killing is Harmless: A Critical Reading of Spec Ops: The Line (Brendan Keogh). 29 January, 2013.
A in-depth analysis of the gameplay and setting of Spec Ops: The Line.
38. War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning (Chris Hedges). 19 March, 2012.
A moving examination of the significance of war.
37. Escape (Carolyn Jessop, Laura Palmer). 19 December, 2011.
A woman's escape with her eight children from a Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints compound and her abusive husband and sister wives.