Win a Copy of Seriously Curious: The Economist Explains
Some questions you never think to ask. Others, you didn't know you didn't know. And some facts are so surprising they cry out for answers. We're giving five (5) DAD.info winners the chance to get their hands on this seriously interesting book by Tom Standage, deputy editor at The Economist...
Does polygamy make civil wars more likely? What’s the surprising link between avocados and crime? Can young blood really rejuvenate the elderly? Why do emoji have beneficial linguistic side effects? How did the letters of the alphabet get their names?
In the latest book from The Economist, editor Tom Standage collects 109 curious questions and their fascinating answers that reveal a whole new world.
To be in with a chance of winning a copy courtesy of Profile Books, just answer the following question:
About the author
Tom Standage is Deputy Editor of The Economist. He is the author of several books, including Go Figure, Writing on the Wall: Social Media - The First 2,000 Years and The Victorian Internet. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Daily Telegraph, Guardian and Wired.
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