Monday, July 10, 2006

Making history

Dr Sean F. Johnston, Science historian from the University of Glasgow, has written a book on the history of holography - a huge, gorgeous, hardback book. Holographic Visions: A History of New Science (Hardcover). It's now available on Amazon.co.uk.

I am - of course - rather desperate to know whether I'm in there - and I'll bet I'm not the only one!

I wonder whether Sean is going to have to write himself into the history of holography from now on?

9 Comments:

Blogger Huw Waters said...

How about putting a direct link to amazon on your blog post?

Using the code: Amazon

3:23 PM  
Anonymous Rob Taylor said...

Thanks so much Pearl for posting info for those that could not attend! My best to everyone...Wish I was there.
Rob- Forth Dimension

5:33 PM  
Anonymous Michael Harrison said...

Here's the isbn: 0198571224
and link to Amazon listing: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0198571224/026-2824098-4820452?v=glance&n=266239&v=glance

8:06 PM  
Anonymous Ikuo Nakamura said...

Where can we get at US ?
must have book for Holographers

Ikuo Nakamura
Center for Holographic Arts

5:40 AM  
Blogger Pearl V John said...

Ikuo, Sean is selling the book to Symposium participants with a 20% discount - there was a green Oxford University Press order form in your blue Symposium bag. Y

You might even be able to get one from Sean before you leave. :) Otherwise it would be from Amazon.com. The ISBN is 0-19-857122-4

It's pricey!

8:53 AM  
Blogger Pearl V John said...

Oh, sorry Michael, you've already given the link and the ISBN - I'm new to this blogging lark.

8:57 AM  
Blogger Pearl V John said...

Rob, you are welcome, I would have been gutted not to be able to make it to the Symposium myself, and it's so very expensive for those in the US. I would recommend buying a conference proceedings for the actual info (and Kaveh isn't giving me a commission!)
Best wishes,
Pearl

9:02 AM  
Blogger Chindu said...

...and are you in Sean's book???

9:35 AM  
Blogger Pearl V John said...

Yes Chindu, I am on three pages (not a whole 3 pages, but in the footnotes!) :)

4:53 PM  

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