Making Money with Your Computer at Home

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Putnam Publishing Group, 1993 - Home-based businesses - 307 pages
Choosing Big Technologies, which first appeared as a special issue of the journal History and Technology, brings together a series of studies drawing comparisions between the decision-making processes leading to the choice of big technologies in the public sector. The contributions stem from a symposium of the same title held in 1991 at the European University Institute, and cover different domains of technology - space, high-energy physics, aerospace and nuclear physics.

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The Edwardses, noted for their books on home-based businesses ( The Best Home Businesses for the Nineties , LJ 11/15/91), have added another to in their "Working from Home'' series. With their usual ... Read full review



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Sarah Edwards (Santa Monica, CA) has coauthored eight books with her husband, including the bestselling Working From Home. She also writes a syndicated newspaper column, "Your Home Office," and host a popular cable TV show, "Working From Home with Paul and Sarah Edwards,

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