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updated: 2017-01-29


Prioritized Books To Read

Books To Read
(donations are welcome) and
other work in progress
 

  Career
 

  Computing
 

  Economics (and STEM job markets)
 

  Education
 

  Engineering
 

  Fiction
 

  History
 

  Immigration
 

  Constitution, Law, Criminology, Ethics
 

  MovieMaking
 

  Music
 

  Neuro-Science
 

  Other
 

  Religion
 

  Science
 

  Weird
 




(books & articles I've read, with ratings)

Computer-Wrangling       Economics      

Movie-Making      

Science       Fiction      
 
Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, History, etc. (part 1)       Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, History, etc. (part 2)      

Religion, etc.      

Leadership and Management       Career-Planning, Employment, Job Hunting

 

 
2008 readings       2009 readings       2010 readings       2011 readings       2012 readings

2013 readings       2014 readings

  "In the shop window, you have promptly identified the cover with the title you were looking for.   Following this visual trail, you have forced your way through the shop past the thick barricade of Books You Haven't Read, which were frowning at you from the tables & shelves, trying to cow you.   But you know you must never allow yourself to be awed...   but then you are attacked by the infantry of   Books That If You Had More Than 1 Life You Would Certainly Also Read But Unfortunately Your Days Are Numbered...   you come up beneath the towers of the fortress, where other troops are holding out: the   Books You've Been Planning to Read For Ages, the   Books You've Been Hunting For Years Without Success, the   Books Dealing With Something You're Working On At The Moment, the   Books You Want To Own So They'll Be Handy Just In Case, the   Books You Could Put Aside To Maybe Read This Summer..." --- Italo Calvino 1979 _If On a Winter's Night a Traveler_ (quoted in David Shenk 1997 _Data Smog_ pg 26)  

 

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