Category Archives: Books

Bit of Twitter Think Work

Thinking a bit about women web and blogging pioneers in response to a twitter query. Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes, etc.

A few thoughts on the Holmes canon and the new movie. Continue reading

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Berkun Stuff

Scott Berkun‘s The Art of Project Management gets raves all over the place and I’ve had a copy (only partially-read) for awhile now in my ever-growing ToRead stack. I’ve also had a copy of his book The Myths of Innovation … Continue reading

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End of the Week Links

Three assorted links. Continue reading

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Holmes

Reading Sherlock Holmes on my iPhone – because it was free. Hee. Continue reading

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Kindle for iPhone

I have been using the Kindle for iPhone app on my iPodTouch and iPhone recently. I refuse to pay for an e-book (yet), but I have downloaded a few free books from Amazon. It’s ok. I basically use it while … Continue reading

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Food Thoughtfulness Advocates Disturbing the Powerful

A couple of quick thoughts about Marion Nestle’s work and her site, Food Politics. Continue reading

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Halloween

Happy Halloween. A link to some cwwwwaazzzee people. And two pics of the kid. Continue reading

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Parenting Books and Confirmation Bias

Parenting books–I found some that I like; but oops-does that mean I’m succumbing to confirmation bias? Also: namaste! Continue reading

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Kojo and the Kingdom

Today’s Kojo Nnamdi show about Saudi Arabia. Continue reading

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