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A handful of new books have arrived recently, all looking enticing and/or useful:

[amazon_link id=”0300186304″ target=”_blank” ]Good Italy, Bad Italy[/amazon_link] by Bill Emmott

[amazon_image id=”0300186304″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Good Italy, Bad Italy: Why Italy Must Conquer Its Demons to Face the Future[/amazon_image]

[amazon_link id=”1610390040″ target=”_blank” ]Wait: The Art and Science of Delay[/amazon_link] by Frank Partnoy

[amazon_image id=”1610390040″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Wait: The Art and Science of Delay[/amazon_image]

[amazon_link id=”0571279201″ target=”_blank” ]Positive Linking: How Networks Can Revolutionise the World[/amazon_link] by Paul Ormerod

[amazon_image id=”0571279201″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Positive Linking: How Networks Can Revolutionise the World[/amazon_image]

[amazon_link id=”0230392547″ target=”_blank” ]Going South: Why Britain will Have A Third World Economy by 2014[/amazon_link] by Larry Elliott and Dan Atkinson

[amazon_image id=”0230392547″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Going South: Why Britain will have a Third World Economy by 2014[/amazon_image]

[amazon_link id=”B008CJ4EE4″ target=”_blank” ]Computing: A Concise History[/amazon_link] by Paul Ceruzzi

[amazon_image id=”B008CJ4EE4″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Computing (MIT Press Essential Knowledge)[/amazon_image]

I’d better get reading.