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iPod and iTunes For Dummies by Tony Bove
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Guide, 23 Nov 2007
Great book on Ipods, full of tips and tricks for both my player and the Itunes website. A life saver in fact, can't recommend it enough.
Architectural Voices: Listening to Old Buildings by David Littlefield
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars fascinating book, 13 Nov 2007
A lovely, fascinating read. I'm not an expert at all but I do like architecture and buildings and this book is as original as it is interesting. A different way of looking at buildings and an insight into how famous buildings are saved, renovated and rejuvinated for future generations.Lots of pictures too, I really enjoyed this.
Nobuyoshi Araki: Self, Life, Death (Barbican Retro&hellip by Yoshiko Isshiki
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
The previous reviewer missed the point completely - controversial yes, pornographer no. He is Japan's greatest living photographer and this comprehensive over view of his life's work shown at the Barbican in London proves that's there's a lot more to Araki than some naked Geisha girls. Most powerful is Araki's use of photography to capture memory and loss, as in his work about and with his wife and collaborator Yoko Aoki.We see a profoundly personal iconography developed by the pair and continued by Araki after Yoko's death to trace their relationship. This is a beautifully produced book, shows the gentler side to Araki's work - as with the many portraits of ordinary Japanese - as well as… Read more