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  • #31
    Physics of the impossible by Michio Kaku
    JTRO 248

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    • #32






      Quote Originally Posted by -PlagueAsAForm-
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      I am a little over halfway through Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman and it is awesome. Next up is A Game of Thrones and A Clash of Kings before season 2 begins in April, and also Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind.



      Watchu got?




      Waiting on my copy of Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind, Btw,
      Formerly known as Spoonie G.







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      • #33
        The Amalgamation Polka - Stephen Wright
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        Originally Posted by ispunk


        It's the Golden Age of Internet forum reflection and speculation

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        • #34






          Quote Originally Posted by misterstomach
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          right now i'm reading "growth of the soil" by knut hamsun.




          That is next on my pile.



          Cancer Ward - Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn -- just finishing

          Grimus - Salman Rushdie -- just started

          Absalon, Absalon - Faulkner -- half way through



          and my long term struggle of little chunks of Finnegan's Wake each day.
          "Go to the musicians, in the work of a few musicians you can hear every aspect of this conflict between light and dark within the soul.” - Hugh Maclennan/The Watch That Ends the Night

          "And the guitar players, they look damaged...they been outcasts all their lives" - Jagger/Richards

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          • #35






            Quote Originally Posted by fruvai
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            Ulysses (or should I say struggling to)




            Before you give up reading it, try listening to the audio version of the book and then go back and read it...the audio version is very well done and you easily get a feel for Joyce's wordplay. I really enjoyed the audio version and it made it much easier to get finish reading the second half of the book. I may to try the same thing with Finnegan's Wake.
            "Go to the musicians, in the work of a few musicians you can hear every aspect of this conflict between light and dark within the soul.” - Hugh Maclennan/The Watch That Ends the Night

            "And the guitar players, they look damaged...they been outcasts all their lives" - Jagger/Richards

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            • #36
              Just finished "The Bed of Proscutes" by Taleb. (pleasant book of aphorisms, though there's lotsa bite to it)



              I'm mainly finding myself going bonkers over Rumi's translated works.

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              • #37
                1984

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                • #38






                  Quote Originally Posted by decode6
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                  Superfudge




                  Duuuuude. That was my favorite book in Elementary School.















                  I'm reading these



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                  • #39
                    Just finished all 5 audiobooks of A Song of Ice and Fire, and I'm about to start the Dunk & Egg novellas (3 short stories set in Westeros 100 years previous to asoiaf). Roy Dotrice's reading of A Feast for Crows became available almost immediately after I finished Storm of Swords, which was a fantastic coincidence. After hearing him do the first 3 books, nothing else could ever do. The way he acts out all the lines and voices each character really brings the story to life, and all the characters especially. I like Peter Dinklage as much as the next guy, but to me Roy is the true Tyrion Lannister. He'll be playing Hallyne the pyromancer in season 2, a pretty small part, but he's already every other character anyway.






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                    • #40
                      London Jazz Guitar Society: http://www.meetup.com/LondonJazzGuitarSociety/

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                      • #41






                        Quote Originally Posted by TravvyBear
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                        i'm not reading anything but articles and such on the internet, not too much time for a book these days. but i think i may order a book or two on the cheaps for my subway commute to read instead of playing dumb games on i iphone
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                        • #42




                          I'm a longtime lurker.The SpeNerdsSpenard's Premier Instrumental Surf Trio!

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                          • #43






                            Quote Originally Posted by -PlagueAsAForm-
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                            I am a little over halfway through Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman and it is awesome. Next up is A Game of Thrones and A Clash of Kings before season 2 begins in April, and also Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind.



                            Watchu got?




                            Loved Neverwhere! It is a fun read.



                            Just started reading Downtown Owl by Chuck Klosterman. So far so good.

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                            • #44
                              Last thread like this I was reading Schulz and Darian Leader. Bizarrely that hasn't changed much.









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                              • #45






                                Quote Originally Posted by -PlagueAsAForm-
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                                I am a little over halfway through Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman and it is awesome. Next up is A Game of Thrones and A Clash of Kings before season 2 begins in April, and also Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind.



                                Watchu got?




                                Yeah, Clash of Kings is my next book so I can get it finished before the show starts.









                                Quote Originally Posted by Matt Gnarly
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                                I just finished A Feast for Crows and am about to start A Dance With Dragons, really digging the whole Song of Ice and Fire series.




                                You know, it's the one thing I've read where I preferred the adaptation. I think the books are in dire need of a good editor (the first, at least, as that's all I've read, but I've been told it gets no better).









                                Quote Originally Posted by HP Hovercraft
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                                Just finished Stephen King's Dark Tower series. Previously it was everything that Neil Gaiman has ever written. Next up, the A Song of Ice and Fire series.



                                /geek




                                I do that - obsess about a certain author and read everything they've written. I've done it with Gaiman, Iain Banks (and his Iain M Banks stuff), Terry Pratchett when I was younger
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