- That's the title of productivity guru David Allen's pithy 2001 treatise on working efficiently, which continues to resonate in this decade's overworked, overwhelmed, overteched .
- HOW THE BOOK WAS BETTER: Both a coming-of-age love story and a treatise on geisha manners and mores, the very long Arthur Golden book reveled in its very novelness.
- In a treatise to be published soon, he calls for an adapted form of the British constitutional monarchy, complete with three major parties (Conservative, Christian Democrat and .
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- Patton Oswalt rethinks his stance on rape jokes in thoughtful essay
Sorry, Daniel Tosh: You just lost an ally. In a treatise of over 6,000 words, comedian Patton Oswalt Friday spoke
June 14, 2013 - Entertainment Weekly
- Throughline's The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail
Thoreau is laughably sanctimonious, more treatise than drama. by Robert Isenberg On the bright side, The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail is another solid show by Throughline Theatre, and if you have an unconditional love for Henry David Thoreau, this little pageant should satisfy your transcendental needs. Joseph Ryan Yow directs a breezy production on a simple set (co-designed with Jesse Poole-Van ...
June 14, 2013 - Pittsburgh City Paper
- From Superman saga to real-life science: It's not an impossible leap
No one expects the Superman saga to serve as a scientific treatise — but the back story for "Man of Steel," the latest reboot of the 75-year-old tale, does play off some of the latest discoveries on the final frontier. And the saga could provide a leaping-off point for …
June 13, 2013 - MSNBC: Cosmic Log
- Michael Scheuer in CBS News
He secured from a Saudi sheik named Hamid bin Fahd a rather long treatise on the possibility of using nuclear weapons against the Americans. Specifically, nuclear weapons,says Scheuer. "And the treatise found that he was perfectly within...
- Edmond Hoyle in GamingTodaySlotsToday
Edmond Hoyle, 1979: Though he predated poker, Hoyle wrote his classic book, "A short treatise on the game of Whist," in 1742.
- Ian Kershaw in Ha'aretz
A grown-up democracy like Germany does not need to fear that Hitler's damaging treatise would somehow constitute a threat to society,Kershaw told the German magazine Stern.