Simplexity [why simple things become complex (and how complex things can be simple)]
(Book on CD)

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New York : Hyperion Audiobooks, [2008].
Edition
Unabridged.
Physical Desc
7 audio discs (8 hr., 30 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Status
Round Rock Public Library - Adult Audio/Video (1st floor)  1 available
CD 500 KLU

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Book on CD
Language
English
ISBN
9781401390242, 1401390242

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Subtitle from container.
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Read by Holter Graham ; prologue read by the author.
Description
Draws on cutting-edge theories to describe the basic workings of everyday objects and principles in accessible language, covering a wide variety of topics from cell phones and viruses to economics and parenting.
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Compact disc.

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APA Citation (style guide)

Kluger, J., & Graham, H. (2008). Simplexity: [why simple things become complex (and how complex things can be simple)] (Unabridged.). Hyperion Audiobooks.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Kluger, Jeffrey and Holter. Graham. 2008. Simplexity: [why Simple Things Become Complex (and How Complex Things Can Be Simple)]. New York: Hyperion Audiobooks.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Kluger, Jeffrey and Holter. Graham. Simplexity: [why Simple Things Become Complex (and How Complex Things Can Be Simple)] New York: Hyperion Audiobooks, 2008.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Kluger, Jeffrey, and Holter Graham. Simplexity: [why Simple Things Become Complex (and How Complex Things Can Be Simple)] Unabridged., Hyperion Audiobooks, 2008.

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