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mneylon

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

louie

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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.
 

Gavin

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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.




 

bizhat

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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.
 

mneylon

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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:
 

ph3n0m

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at the moment

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

Packet

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

mneylon

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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 ....
 

dave

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

louie

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

grandad

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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:
 

Packet

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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:

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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