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A look at some titles recently added to Safari that are in my queue this month:

Everybody WritesHow Software WorksWhat To Do When You're NewPower Cues


Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content by Ann Handley

A tremendous and easily digestible resource for anyone writing for the web, for pleasure, or as part of the job.  Handley covers oft-overlooked topics such as voice and tone, crafting first drafts, and even content curation in a friendly-yet-informational tone.

How Software Works by V. Anton Spraul

For laypeople and burgeoning programmers alike, this book breaks down the processes behind ubiquitous software functions that we take for granted in our daily life such as encryption, turn-by-turn driving navigation, and data compression in understandable terms with no prior technical experience required.

What To Do When You’re New by Keith Rollag

As a new member of the Safari team, this guide has provided me some key reminders about starting a new position. Learn how to remember names more easily, leave stronger first impressions, and when and how to ask questions of your manager and coworkers.   

Power Cues: The Subtle Science of Leading Groups, Persuading Others, and Maximizing Personal Impact by Nick Morgan

Nonverbal communication is an overlooked-yet-crucial aspect of your daily life. The subtle signals that we convey to our family, friends, and colleagues reveal more than we think and author Nick Morgan explains the art and practice behind reading and applying these cues effectively.

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