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  • Simon Bookish is the production alias of Leo Chadburn, who was classically trained in Baroque music and performance at the renowned Guildhall School of Music in Central London.

    Feeling a bit Bookish? (Music (For Robots))

  • Simon Bookish is about as far from my last few posts as could be - he's not making lush indie pop music, nor is he making hip-hop party jams.

    Feeling a bit Bookish? (Music (For Robots))

  • It's not that funny that her instant nickname for Jeff is "Bookish" -- but she gives enough spin that it seems wittier than it is.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: The Best and the Brightest

  • We returned to Diesel for a second round of caffeine and just as we sat down, a former co-worker from It Doesn't Suck who shall be known as Bookish Guy herein appeared.

    yet more books

  • and now CTO of a startup called Bookish, provided a long history of war stories from his serial startups, and many of them included lessons about EC2.

    Ars Technica

  • CBS Corp.'s Simon & Schuster Inc., Pearson PLC's Penguin Group USA and Lagardere SCA's Hachette Book Group are investing in the new site, called Bookish, scheduled to launch this summer.

    Three Publishers Aim to Sell E-Books Directly to Readers

  • Thursday she opened a 3-person show at Seattle University's Lee Center for Art called "Bookish," which is on display until June 21st.

    Kimberly Brooks: First Person Artist: Carol Es

  • CE: This month I am in an exhibit at Seattle University's Lee Center for the Arts. The show is called "Bookish" and it will be featuring both "1-SELF" and "All Done But None" as well as 30 pieces from my new "American Rhapsody" series.

    Kimberly Brooks: First Person Artist: Carol Es

  • "Bookish" types weigh in: The iPad isn't necessarily a Kindle killer - at least, not yet.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • Reader "Bookish" suggested: an article titled Manual for Civilization, over at The Long Now Blog.


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