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Researching the history of aquaculture?

Researching the history of aquaculture? | Aqua-tnet |

For a short time only, Stirling Aquaculture is clearing shelves of old aquaculture journals, magazines, reports, brochures, scientific reprints, books and other items collected over the last 30 years. First consignment has already gone to a Scottish Fisheries Museum - Send an e-mail to if you are interested. 

John Bostock's insight:

Just in case anyone is thinking of setting up an aquaculture museum !

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Seth's Blog: An end of books

Seth's Blog: An end of books | Aqua-tnet |
Books, those bound paper documents, are part of an ecosystem, one that was perfect, and one that is dying, quickly. Ideas aren’t going away soon, and neither are words. But, as the ecosystem dies, not only will the prevailing corporate...

Via Nik Peachey
John Bostock's insight:

I think this is especially true for text books!

adorwelding's comment, August 17, 2013 2:59 AM
aisha ertugrul's comment, August 17, 2013 8:11 AM
As well as completely and utterly disregarding the fact that essential reading skills are very well learned through reading for pleasure and extensively reading for pleasure!
OneSpring's curator insight, August 19, 2013 9:56 AM

A very interesting thought from a very interesting man...