Clarke Ching, Agile, TOC, and software development.
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Great! And great value for money. I've got an expensivish pair of over glasses which I bought in an optometrist shop and these are better.
Evernote For Dummies by David E. Y. Sarna
Evernote For Dummies by David E. Y. Sarna
4.0 out of 5 stars Good for newbies., 21 Sep 2014
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This is good solid book if you want to learn about evernote - if you are a newbie. It covers pretty much everything, from the ground up. I don't think advanced users would find much new content here though. If you're the sort of person who would learn evernote by using it then you are safe Enough not using this book. If you like a little help as you explore then this one will do the job. The last quarter does cover some advanced topics.

Evernote is a great tool, btw, especially now that it's so well integrated with iOS and Mac.
Scandinavian Baking: Loving Baking at Home by Trine Hahnemann
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This is a lovely book. Big, thick and full of photos. My wife has spent the last hour browsing and she's decided to make cook Rundstykker rolls this afternoon. The breads - especially the crispbreads - at then end look delicious. Really lovely book.

Update: We ate the Rundstykker rolls for lunch today. It took a bit of time, but not a lot of effort, to prepare. And it was delicious - far nicer than shop bought bread!

Another update: this has become my wife's favourite cook book. If you like good honest baking go for it.