In honor of the 25th anniversary of Lewis Thomas' death, we recommend everyone pick up a copy or two of the famed physician and etymologist's essays.
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While many media traditional outlets want to transition to digital, recent research show that we still prefer the print over the digital screen.
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Oliver Sacks would have been 86 today. We explore his most famous book, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, 34 years later.
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It seems that the tech industry is shaping our life. But, the resurgence of the physical book proves to be a domain that technology can't take down.
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