27 Reading your future

If you want to have your future read, you can read all about it right here. There is no need to gaze into any crystal balls! These books, journals, websites, magazines will help you to read your future. Reading is good for your mind, body and soul because libraries give us power (Bradfield, Moore, and Wire 1996; Moore 2019), see figure 27.1.

Libraries give you power, the power to read your future. These references are a digital library you can search and browse. Panorama of the British Museum Reading Room by David Iliff on Wikimedia Commons w.wiki/3BEs

Figure 27.1: Libraries give you power, the power to read your future. These references are a digital library you can search and browse. Panorama of the British Museum Reading Room by David Iliff on Wikimedia Commons w.wiki/3BEs

This chapter lists everything (and I mean everything) cited in this book which you might find overwhelming. For a more easily digestible versions see the shorter “signposts” section of any chapter in this book and see Gavin Brown’s chapter on how to read critically. Critical thinking and critical reading are valuable skills, not just for PhD students and not just for reading scientific papers either. So as Bill Gates puts it “read a lot” (see figure 27.2) but read critically too. (G. Brown 2021b)

“I was recently asked what advice I would give to young people who want to make a positive impact on the world … My advice is simple: Read a lot and discover a skill you enjoy. For some, that means being great at science or a great communicator. There’s so much opportunity to do good in the world.” (Gates 2022) CC BY portrait of Bill Gates by Kuhlmann / MSC on Wikimedia Commons w.wiki/3W7k

Figure 27.2: “I was recently asked what advice I would give to young people who want to make a positive impact on the world … My advice is simple: Read a lot and discover a skill you enjoy. For some, that means being great at science or a great communicator. There’s so much opportunity to do good in the world.” (Gates 2022) CC BY portrait of Bill Gates by Kuhlmann / MSC on Wikimedia Commons w.wiki/3W7k

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