• How to Read a Book - Mortimer Adler & Charles Van Doren
  • Leveraging the New Infrastructure - Peter Weill & Marianne Broadbent
  • The Design of Everyday Things - Donald "Norman Door" Norman
  • The Video Game Theory Reader - Mark Wolf & Bernard Perron
  • Information Ecology - Thomas Davenport (really enjoying this one)
  • Rules of Play - Katie Salen & Eric Zimmerman
  • Roland PC-300

books I'm reading (feb '05)

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"How to Read a Book" is a relatively long book (ironically enough) on how to get the most out of particular kinds of reading materials... which is more for my own personal amusement. The rest are textbooks for my classes this quarter. (I choose the Norman for a book report on my own)

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  1. Keyvan Nayyeri 112 months ago | reply

    Studing is one of my best favorites.
    It's very good if you try to know more and more every day ;)
    And music is good hobby , too :)

  2. Digital Apple 112 months ago | reply

    hey this photo is alive !!

  3. Dreaming ... 72 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Books and Magazines!!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  4. Jessica Nunemaker 48 months ago | reply

    I apparently really dig your work -- I used it again! ;)

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    Thanks for using a CC license -- it's very appreciated!!!

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  5. Dαni 47 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called I ♥ Books, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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