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Andrea Sefler

Andrea Sefler
Andrea is a consultant and technical writer for various scientific software and instrumentation companies. She has a Ph.D. in chemistry from Berkeley and has never met a genre of music or books that she hasn’t liked. As a gamer since the days of the Apple II, Andrea can relate any number of hair-raising tales about role-playing games stored on 360 kB 5.25” floppy disks and may, someday, put them to paper.

The 6 best and worst Pokemon ever

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I was delighted to learn over the holidays that my growing-up-far-too-fast-for-me daughters still want Santa to bring them the new Pokemon games. So we thought we'd have a little fun together and come up with a list of our six favorite and six least favorite Pokemon of all time.

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12 book series to binge read during the holidays

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With the paucity of new releases this month, we thought we'd toss out a list of some of our favorite book series that may have flown under your radar over the years. Because what bibliophile doesn't love a nice, meaty saga you can really sink your chops into, especially with the days growing short and the weather getting colder?

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‘How We Got to Now’ is a fascinating intersection between science, history and sociology

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This book is truly fascinating and a must read for all who enjoy studying the intersection where science, history, and sociology cross. Johnson is a highly accomplished tangential thinker and is very adept at delineating the indirect, non-linear cause and effect.

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