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Booklist – Entry 3: The Drunkard’s Walk

This is the second book in a row that I’ve really enjoyed so it might be easy to say I was on a roll picking winners. Yet, to do so would negate all I’d learned from “The Drunkard’s Walk” which … Continue reading

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Booklist – Entry 2

As promised in my earlier post I wanted to be more active in continuing my reviews, and this is a book worth the accolades. In “Predictably Irrational” the author, Dan Ariely, gives us a chance face some of the most … Continue reading

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You can probably tell from the picture that my wife and I have done a lot of traveling. I actually finished Superclass a few weeks ago. Yet, I’m embarrassed to admit it’s been over a month since I proclaimed my … Continue reading

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Booklist – Entry 1

My wife and I have really been enjoying our local public library. Unfortunately, it’s nothing spectacular so the truth is that we’re really enjoying its website. Online you can search and reserve books, so it’s a bit like Amazon meets … Continue reading

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O’Reilly Make me an Offer!

I’m a big fan of O’Reilly books, as I’m sure most of you are. They’re great technical resources for me and have cute animals my wife can really enjoy! A friend of mine got Programming Collective Intelligence and recomended it … Continue reading

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