Actually, it’s downloaded to the Kindle, but… well, you know.
Amazon’s e-reader, the Kindle, is seeing its 3rd generation announced today. Amazon is not only lowering the price they are introducing a WiFi-only Kindle Wireless Reading Device available for pre-order now at $139.00. They are also releasing a 3rd generation device with 3G and WiFi for $189. I’ve been toying around with the idea of [...]
I was looking over the political bookshelf here at HoodaThunk? and thought it might be nice to list the titles. The widget below is from Amazon. Point to a title as it scrolls by and you’ll get the book information. You can click on it and be taken to Amazon’s page for that work and [...]
These just in:
I just started a new book called “Do Hard Things” and it feels like a winner already.
Just received in the mail: …and… I’ll let you know what I think when I’m done.
A Return to Common Sense: Seven Bold Ways to Revitalize Democracy. Author Michael Waldman is with the Brennan Center for Justice and is a former speehwriter for Bill Clinton. So what’s he doing on my reading list? Unlike my colleagues on the Left, I do actually try to read the opinions and suggestions of members [...]
I’ve just started Diana West’s “The Death of the Grown-Up” and already – in just the first dozen pages – it’s demonstrating West’s keen eye toward what’s going on around her. This is one book I’ll be thinking about for sure after I’m done and just as surely writing about.
(Ed. note: this post was written over a week ago but never published. I… uh… OK, I hit the wrong button.) One of the things I’ve tried to stay active doing is reading books. With all of the work I do online it becomes easy to simply stop reading books and that’s a real shame [...]
So, what’s in my current reading queue? War Crimes by Robert “Buzz” Patterson, Crazies to the Left of Me, Wimps to the Right by Bernard Goldberg, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling, and Deploying IPv6 Networks by Ciprian Popoviciu (Cisco Press). Fun set of juggling, there, ain’t it?