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Falcons of France 1 edition

Cover of: Falcons of France by Nordhoff, Charles

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Just read it stahigrt through. Too embarrassed to link to any of my own sites. Heh.From the first read, my estimation is I could extract a good, detailed blog post from each full page, 30 to 40 articles for sure. Part of my audience is marketers in Blogistan, and they need this material desperately, explained in a way they can understand.Nice reference to Katamari and Mars. I noted a few others, but those stand out. From the perspective of curated content, the book is worth the purchase price just for the reference list. Probably just for the Acknowledgements, as I now have a point of entry: who I need to Google up.Thanks!

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Falcons of France
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[by] Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall

Published 1959 by Monarch Books in Derby, Connecticut .
Written in English.

About the Book

Just read it stahigrt through. Too embarrassed to link to any of my own sites. Heh.From the first read, my estimation is I could extract a good, detailed blog post from each full page, 30 to 40 articles for sure. Part of my audience is marketers in Blogistan, and they need this material desperately, explained in a way they can understand.Nice reference to Katamari and Mars. I noted a few others, but those stand out. From the perspective of curated content, the book is worth the purchase price just for the reference list. Probably just for the Acknowledgements, as I now have a point of entry: who I need to Google up.Thanks!

Edition Notes

Just read it stahigrt through. Too embarrassed to link to any of my own sites. Heh.From the first read, my estimation is I could extract a good, detailed blog post from each full page, 30 to 40 articles for sure. Part of my audience is marketers in Blogistan, and they need this material desperately, explained in a way they can understand.Nice reference to Katamari and Mars. I noted a few others, but those stand out. From the perspective of curated content, the book is worth the purchase price just for the reference list. Probably just for the Acknowledgements, as I now have a point of entry: who I need to Google up.Thanks!

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Genre
Fiction.
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Format
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Pagination
223 p.
Number of pages
223
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Weight
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ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24206713M
Internet Archive
falconsoffrance00nord
OCLC/WorldCat
3229182

History Created May 6, 2010 · 5 revisions
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August 4, 2012 Edited by ImportBot import new book
March 1, 2012 Edited by 109.230.216.60 Just read it stahigrt through. Too embarrassed to link to any of my own sites. Heh.From the first read, my estimation is I could extract a good, detailed blog post from each full page, 30 to 40 articles for sure. Part of my audience is marketers in Blogistan, and they need this material desperately, explained in a way they can understand.Nice reference to Katamari and Mars. I noted a few others, but those stand out. From the perspective of curated content, the book is worth the purchase price just for the reference list. Probably just for the Acknowledgements, as I now have a point of entry: who I need to Google up.Thanks!
January 20, 2011 Edited by ImportBot add subjects from new record
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