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Al Angello
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I am functionally illiterate, but I'm glad to see that Dennis is reading up on flash, because several years ago he did not approve of the use of flash on my web site. Time marches on.
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Lessee... Plenty of SF/fantasy: Discworld (wheee) Smile Dresden Files (that _other_ wizard named Harry) Just about anything by Greg Egan (Go read Permutation City) Stuff by Charles Stross (Wheee, Accelerondo, Atrocity Archives...)

Lesseeem what else...

Math and Physics stuff. (Right now been reviewing the text we used for our intro to chaos type stuff course.)

Um, lessee, what else... well, buncha stuff.
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Timothy Ferris (The Red Limit, Coming of Age in the Milky Way), Simon Singh (The Big Bang), Richard Dawkins (The Ancestor's Tale, The God Delusion), Sam Harris (The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation), Michael Shermer (Why People Believe Weird Things, The Borderlands of Science, How We Believe), Martin Gardner, Carl Sagan, Stephen Jay Gould. Also Alison Weir's historical works, Frank Herbert, David Sedaris, Twain, etc.
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On 2002-03-20 15:53, David Fogel wrote:
Atlas Shrugged,

Good choice - should be required reading:)

I'm a big fan of Fantasty.

In the middle ofend of these fantasy series (awating the newest ones to be completed):
Sword of Truth - Terry Goodkind
Wheel of Time - Robert Jordan
A Song of Fire and Ice - George R.R. Martin
Lots of Forgotten Realms books, mainly the ones by Salvatore (the Drizzt, Wulfgar, Cattibrie, Bruneor lot)

I'm also read pretty much every Dean Koontz book. A lot of Anne Rice. I enjoy Dan Brown's work also. I've done a good deal of Non-Fiction reading of The Freemasons and the Knights Templar. There's some other scattered authors I've read as well.

Currently on the Third book (The Amber Spyglass) of His Dark Materials by Phillip Pulman....VERY good series.

Always enjoy discussions of books.
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