What are you currently reading?

Discussion in 'Work / Life Balance' started by mneylon, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Apart from work-related stuff.. I'm currently reading yet another Clive Cussler novel as well as Heat by Bill Buford
  2. georgiecasey

    georgiecasey New Member

    Catch 22 by Joseph Heller. Reading it slowly.
  3. grandad

    grandad Moderator

    "All the Grey Cats" by Craig Thomas.
  4. Cormac

    Cormac New Member

    "Tim Burton on Tim Burton"
  5. louie

    louie New Member

    I haven't touch one of those books in years.
    All I do now is studying web development (php, ajax, etc).

    I do miss it cause I use to read a lot, but life got more complicated and have no time.
  6. Gavin

    Gavin New Member

    Louie I’m the same, I haven’t lifted a book up in years. I always wonder people find the time to lift a book, I guess my life is really unbalanced :eek:

    I think the last book I read (non-work related) was The Bachman Books by Stephen King, amazing stories.

  7. bizhat

    bizhat New Member

    I have not read non work related work for last several years, books i read IT Magazines and computer related books. Do not fine time for other stuffs.
  8. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    I always make a point of having at least one book on the go. My biggest problem is that I run out of reading material every few weeks and the bookshops here in Carlow aren't exactly amazing when it comes to choice :mad:
  9. ph3n0m

    ph3n0m New Member

    at the moment

    The Once and Future King
    Chopper 6
    Some Judge Dredd graphic novel
    and if I am feeling kinky probably some Ann Rule stuff
  10. Packet

    Packet New Member

    Just started The Art of War Sun Tzu (foreword by James Clavell), that reminds me i need to fit book shelfs!
  11. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    I just bought a new bookcase today.. Hopefully it will be delivered in a couple of days..
    Now I just have to find a good spot to put it ....
  12. figment

    figment New Member

    Just finished the Princes Bride. Loved it.
  13. grandad

    grandad Moderator

    "The Wilt Alternative" by Tom Sharpe
  14. dave

    dave New Member

    Just finished The System of the World by Neal Stephenson
    Just started Six Easy Pieces by Richard P Feynman
  15. Busarus

    Busarus New Member

    A bio of Georges-Eugene Haussman
    A bio of A.W. Pugin
    Best American Travel Writing 2002

  16. louie

    louie New Member

    Professional Ajax and Professional Javascript for Web Developers by some nice fellas, if it counts. Lol :)
  17. Redfly

    Redfly Moderator

    Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell.
    It's a little bit scary actually.
  18. rsynnott

    rsynnott New Member

    Random old Asimov things.
    Point of Departure by Robin Cook (this is very good).
    Random Salman Rushdie things.
  19. grandad

    grandad Moderator

    Currently reading all the Wife's books as I'm too lazy to go to the library. Quite good; some of 'em.

    Did anyone ever read "Inside Intel" by Tim Jackson? Now there's a scary book :eek:
  20. Packet

    Packet New Member

    No but from what I have read on amazon I am going to get a copy. I am actually reading the Forbes Greatest Business Stories of all time, which contains a chapter on Intel's Microprocessor and the Computer Revolution.

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