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Latest Reading List

Slow goings, but going to pick up soon now that I dedicated myself NOT to write code for work outside of work hours.  

On the bookshelf: 
  • Structure of Scientific Revolutions – Kuhn 
  • Still Alice – Lisa Genova 
  • A First Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links between Leadership and Mental Illness – Ghaemi 

On the Docket: 

  • All The Strange Hours – Loren Eiseley
  • Start with WHY – Sinek 
  • Left Neglected – Lisa Genova
  • Phantoms in the Brain – Ramachandran
  • Battle Royale – Rowaiaru
  • Doctors: The Biography of Medicine – Nuland 
  • An Unquiet Mind: a Memoir of Moods and Madness – Kay Redfield
  • The Drunkard’s Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives – Mlodinow 
  • Ready Player One – Cline 
  • How Doctors Think – Groopmman 
  • Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Aspergers – Robinson 
  • Second Opinions – Groopman 
  • One for the Money – Evanovich
  • Every Patient Tells a Story – Sanders 
  • The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness – Elyn Saks
  • The Fifth Discipline – Senge
  • Only What They Could Carry – ??
  • Under the Banner of Heaven – Krakauer
  • Hippocrates Shadow – Newman 
  • Consciousness Explained – Dennett 
  • Death of the Guilds – Krause 
  • Painful Yarns – Lorimer Moseley
  • The Best Practice – Kenney 
  • The Black Swan: Impact of Highly Improbable – Taleb 
  • Dan Brown Books –  The Da Vinci Code
  • Checklist Manifesto – Gawande 
  • Blink – Gladwell (re-read) 
  • One Step at a Time – Bliell 
  • Courage to Teach – Palmer
  • The Seven Laws of Magical Thinking.. – Hutson
  • Blindness – Jose Saramago
  • The Road – McCarthy
  • The Postman – David Brin
  • Oryx and Crake – Margaret Atwood
  • A Canticle for Leibowitz – Miller
  • Alas, Babylon – Frank
  • Z for Zachariah – O’Brien
  • Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment? – Kant
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