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I went wild on Amazon for future reading. In deference to GrayWolf’s post on his library and because I’m excited about havin’ a bunch of new books, I thought I’d post my new found future reading list. I like to build nice long lists on recommendations that I receive from people who I respect. It keeps me away from reading only what I’d like (which I still do as well), and allows me to maintain a fresh perpspective (so thanks to anyone who recommended a book on the list).
I tend to try to review most of the books I read all the way through and find the application to SEO (if there is one) for writing here, but you can always check out the books section to catchup. Perhaps I’ll go back someday and do a quick review of some of the other favorites on my bookshelf. Thanks for the tips on the PHP books Michael (among others). Definitely on my wishlist of things to learn for 2006. For now I’ve got a nice long list of choices for “spare time”. What should I read first and why?
In no yet particular order:
-Think and Grow Rich by: Napolean Hill
-More Than Human:
Embracing the promise of biological enhancement by: Ramez Naam
-The Worldy Philosophers:
The lives, times, and ideas of the great economic thinkers by: Robert L. Heilbroner
-Dreams from My Father by: Barack Obama
On (just) getting by in America by: Barbara Ehrenreich
-What Color is Your Parachute ’06 by: Richard Nelson Bolles