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Dienstag, 5. Februar 2008, 09:45

Well, when I move house I make it a habit to have an eventful opening of the first book. Many have gone on the shelves today, but I blindly pulled one from a box- it was Plato's Republic- interestingly, it's the same exact one I blindly pulled from a box doing the same "ritual" moving into an apartment six years ago. So I closed my eyes and pointed to a sentence. I got:

"It is for certain."

Ok, there, Plato. Sounds more like shaking a magic 8-ball but I can go with that. Kind of ambiguous but then that it of itself does give one wiggle room for freedom of interpretation now doesn't it... I think I'll take it to my advantage...



Montag, 11. Februar 2008, 20:44

Complications, Better by Atul Gawande

...and the rest of my Cognitive Science textbook.


Montag, 25. Februar 2008, 06:34

Demian by H.Hesse and Think on These Things by J. Krishnamurti.


Donnerstag, 20. März 2008, 00:41

R.I.P Arthur C. Clarke.

:( :cry:


Samstag, 26. April 2008, 07:28

Meeting the Shadow: The Hidden Power of the Dark Side of Human Nature- contributions by Jung, Robert Bly, Joseph Campbell, Marie-Louise von Franz, etc...


Samstag, 26. April 2008, 12:46

I'm into Remarque right now. While travelling for the Diorama gig in Warsaw I've read "The Dream Room" and right now I'm reading a collection of his short stories (some are very short). I love his style. Still, for me there's nothing I could compare to "Arc de Triomphe." I belive it's Remarque at his best. And after I finish the short stories I have "Persepolis" waiting and smiling at me.
Never go never let me go...

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Montag, 28. April 2008, 00:33

See the World in My Eyes:


Dienstag, 13. Mai 2008, 09:18

Just finished Being Indian: Why the 21st Century Will Be India's, by Pavan K. Varma

By the way, if anyone here has a LibraryThing account, PM me and we can trade book stuff. I have a lifetime membership but, as with my LiveJournal and MySpace, it's a private profile. Isn't a social networking site- it's a book networking site the same way Lastfm is a music networking site.

For some reason, my lastfm site isn't private though and I have no desire to make it so. Go figure.

Ok, time to get off the internet- my medicine is making me ramble and babble... today I am all chatty and :lol: , tomorrow when I read tonight's posts I will be :sch: :mauer: :sch:

Oh well. Happens to the best of us.


Samstag, 24. Mai 2008, 21:01

See the World in My Eyes:


Sonntag, 25. Mai 2008, 10:17

The Attic- Guanlong Cao

Chinese memoir of growing up under Mao. I've read it before- it's fantastic, but there are some really graphic parts in it.


Freitag, 13. Juni 2008, 18:02

Superluminal- Tony Daniel.

Sequel to Metaplanetary. Excellent, excellent science fiction. If you're a hard sci-fi fan, check this series out. He's working on the last segment to the sequel.


Montag, 18. August 2008, 17:21

The Toughest Indian in the World- Sherman Alexie



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Montag, 18. August 2008, 17:35

"Autobiography of a Yogi" by Paramahansa Yogananda
god is the highest savorer, the possessor of everything and the best friend of everyone.


Montag, 22. September 2008, 15:35

Concrete Island, Kingdom Come, and Super-Cannes by J.G. Ballard.

Getting in as much of those possible between overbearing amounts of neuroscience textbook reading.


Montag, 20. April 2009, 16:33

"I fear the future is just going to be a vast, conforming suburb of the soul"

JG Ballard is dead.


Dienstag, 21. April 2009, 19:33


Originally posted by Vorbedacht
"I fear the future is just going to be a vast, conforming suburb of the soul"

JG Ballard is dead.

I was *just* on my way to posting that.


Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

And Professor Hawking, get well soon. The world still needs you!

Now reading, in order:

**Tokyo Canceled by Rana Dasgupta

**Kushiel's Dart by Jacqueline Carey

**Trail by Fire by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg

**The Book of the Beast: The Secret Books of Paradys II by Tanith Lee


Montag, 22. Juni 2009, 18:50

Baudrillard - Simulacra & Simulation
Camus - Beyond Nihilism (-not enjoying this one)
Deleuze - Two Regimes of Madness (so far so good)
Guattari - Anti-Oedipus Papers (-not seeing the relevancy of his work)
Kafka - the Trial, Penal Colony

Last batch of literature & philosophy before picking up some programming books to chew through over the next month.


Mittwoch, 1. Juli 2009, 01:55

The Book of Ti'ana- Rand Miller

The books are prequels to the Myst computer games. Super easy reading; you can get through a book in a day. I'd almost classify it as Young Adult SF/Fantasy.


Freitag, 3. Juli 2009, 07:43

Stack of programming books, let the fun begin.

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