What the Dormouse Said: How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry, is a 2005 non-fiction book by John Markoff.
- John Markoff
What the Dormouse Said is a poignant, funny, and inspiring book by one of the smartest technology writers around. The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author ...
- John Markoff
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What the Dormouse Said reminds us that we should never grow so old, or change so much, that we cannot find room in our hearts for the wisdom of children's books.--from the foreword by Judith Viorst. From What the Dormouse Said: On Silence: "Perhaps after all it is just as well to speak only once a year and then speak to the purpose."
- Judith Viorst, Amy Gash
What the Dormouse Said: Lessons for Grown-ups from Children’s Books, is a charming collection of literary quotations. Amy Gash first became interested in children’s books after the birth of her son.
Remember what the Dormouse said Feed your head ... The Illinois Crime Commission released a list of “drug-oriented rock records” in which they said that “White Rabbit” was “extolling the ...
The Dormouse is referenced in popular culture by two American rock bands: Firstly by Jefferson Airplane in the song "White Rabbit", in which the last line of the song, repeated twice and building through a crescendo is "Remember what the dormouse said: feed your head, feed your head".
Remember what the dormouse said Feed your head Feed your head Submit Corrections. AZLyrics. J. Jefferson Airplane Lyrics. album: "Surrealistic Pillow" (1967) She Has ...
Jefferson Airplane and the uber hot Grace Slick say in their song "White Rabbit" that the dormouse said 'feed your head' I'm have that line fitting nice and neatly into the context of the song but...
Duncan: the dormouse told a story about the three sisters that lived at the bottom of a well and lived on treacle, but I can't find where he is supposed to have said, feed your head. 8 Answers
What the Dormouse said… An accessible guide to the shadowy lands between child development, reading, and children’s literature. Dipesh Navsaria,MPH, MS(LIS), PA–C University of Illinois College of Medicine Graduate School of Library & Information Science University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign October 2005