Books

Ballistic Books: Tesla, Inc.

What drives consumer demand for Tesla vehicles? Its cult-like following is certainly stronger online than economic numbers would suggest. Few books chronicle the electrical revolution of the automotive industry. These recommendations will help you learn more about Tesla, Inc,…

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Ballistic Books: Social Media

What would society look like without social media? Where would technology be if it weren’t for Meta, formerly known as Facebook, pushing the boundaries of human attention and social connectivity? When Facebook became “a thing” I was hesitant to…

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Ballistic Books: Swimming

Swimming is the harmony of floating in motion. Much like running, it is a form of moving meditation. As a kid, I used to spend most of my days in, around, or near rivers, lakes, and the ocean. From…

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Ballistic Books: Ultimate Frisbee

Ultimate Frisbee is arguably The Greatest sport ever invented by man. Ultimate is a fast-moving, low-contact sport with elements of American football and basketball but completely self-officiated even at the highest level. On June 4 the American Ultimate Disc…

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Ballistic Books: Space Exploration

Elon Musk’s SpaceX has redefined space exploration. Jeff Bezos Blue Origin is in a close second of a Billionaire Space Race. These efforts to elevate humanity made me wonder about our place as humans in this universe but perhaps…

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Ballistic Books: Disinformation

I am currently reading Active Measures. Thomas Rid authored the paper Cyberwar Will Not Take Place which stirred up excellent controversy during my studies. I will write a review in due time. The Hacker and the State caught my…

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