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January 15, 2013

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Kent

I am a book review for APE. The rest of the books, I will definitely get them by these few months.

APE is a great book. And thanks for sharing the list.

DanshinON

I want to read all this books!)))

Kaushal Shah

Thanks for the list....As soon as I get the chance I will read them all but my favorite book "five point someone" is not in the list.

Timo

Indeed very interesting list - 4 are already on my Kindle and in the process of being read. Some more of your list will be added after finishing these.

One quick - and great - book I would add to the list is Mike Rohde's "Sketchnote Handbook". From this one I had to have the paper version, as it looks and "feels" great. Skribbling notes this way can lead to great ideas for slide visuals already during a meeting or while researching/brainstorming a topic.

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