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@Grey-Wolf wrote:

UFOs, ET, ghosts, time slips, cryptids and much much more

Thanks GW, sounds like a good Halloween read

Essex UK

Aficionadoes of paranormalia may find these links of interest, these magazines, both current and back issues are totally free to read or download:

UFOs, ET, ghosts, time slips, cryptids and much much more. Whatever floats your boat or flies your saucer, there’s something in here for everyone…

and (click on “Archive”)

Last Edited by Grey-Wolf at 25 Oct 18:42
Wakefield, West Yorks.

Latest initiative of delivered-to-your-door discount current crime thriller titles for you aficionados of the penny dreadfuls, discount vouchers in most of today’s current UK newspapers :

Wakefield, West Yorks.

That looks like a very useful resource. Thanks @Grey-Wolf

Essex UK

Discovered an absolute gold mine here of free e books, boasting 5,669 titles to download, all genres, search by author/title/genre includes many out of print volumes and rarities:

No charges, no glitches, tried and tested…browse away !

Wakefield, West Yorks.

New Nexus magazine just out : Elon Musk’s Brainphone, Borax as an arthritis treatment, hidden activity on the moon, history of infectious diseases, crop circle proliferation, Gobekli Tepe and more…

Last Edited by Grey-Wolf at 04 Oct 17:24
Wakefield, West Yorks.

If you’d like the layperson’s guide to what’s happening above, this month’s National Geographic magazine offers a highly accessible and engaging read on how robots will shortly affect the lives of all of us, like it or not:

Wakefield, West Yorks.

Deep Learning is the latest buzz word in Artificial Intelligence…computer networks that have as many if not more neural pathways than the human brain. The implications of this are computers which can autonomously self repair, self replicate, apply “common sense” to complex problems, predict and pre-empt situations and scenarios which are way beyond human comprehension. Its applications can be used in transport, defence, education, space exploration, domestic appliances, healthcare, finance, entertainment and culture. Both more accurate and faster than the human brain, including those which programme them. Software engineer Martin Ford, author of “Rise of the Robots” offers a free online book about this new development. A tad technical but if you want to know what’s going on your world before the computer does you’re advised to take a peek. Link below:

Last Edited by Grey-Wolf at 20 Sep 14:01
Wakefield, West Yorks.

A friend recommended, and lent, me a book called ‘Sweet Rosie O’Grady’ by Joan Jonkers, which I have
just finished. What I would term, without being denigrating, I hope, a “woman’s book”. A nice heartwarming
story of LIverpool life in the 30s and 40s. Not really my genre, as I prefer psychological thrillers, but it made
a pleasant change.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

@Grey-Wolf wrote:

Amazon offer a very useful feature by way of a free Kindle app download for tablet/laptop or PC

Its a good app, in fact I’m currently reading a book on it now. I’m a Prime member & as part of that you get at least one but sometimes more free books each month to read. Most you can download to your kindle if you’d prefer but some you can only read via the app.

Its also a great way to share your collection with family & friends, as they can use the app to sign in to your account (as long as you trust them to have the password which gives access to your whole Amazon account). You are limited to the number of devices you can have attached to a single account.

Essex UK
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