Posts Tagged With "book"
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I was listening to a book. It was early, the clock just barely approaching quarter-to-eight this morning. I had just climbed up the stairs from the Central LRT Station, I was plugged via my headphones into the 20th Anniversary Audio Edition …read the full post »
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But… well, not really.
My girls went on a three-night vacation without me this week, packing up and heading out Eastward to visit friends in the lovely city of Saskatoon, while I — holiday-less and obligation-ridden — stayed back in Edmonton to …
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About four years ago, back in early 2007, when Karin (four months preggers) and I spent ten days on holiday in and around London, we saw some shows… but, of course.
Busy touring about as we were, my blog posts were quick, to-the-point …
books & reading, scientist & skeptic, skepdad »
There were a trilogy of science fiction books that I read back in my high school and university days called the “Requiem for Homo Sapiens” by an American author named David Zindell. I don’t really have a solid gauge on their …read the full post »
books & reading, food & drink, informology »
Over the past couple years I’ve slowly been acquiring a small collection of books focused on a narrow band of topics in the non-fiction genre of information management, user interface design, and information design technology. I suppose like any good techie, the confluence of paper documentation with a set of well-loved ideas on a passion-inspiring topic is the metaphorical fly-on-honey.read the full post »
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Just this morning on the way to work I finished reading the second of four books of Dan Simmons’ Hyperion saga, “The Fall of Hyperion.” That series seems to what I dabble into whenever I find a new way to consume …read the full post »