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Today is Tuesday, May 30, 2017.

From the Ancient Archives: (5207 days ago)

Vegetarianism: the why, the wherefore:

“I have from an early age abjured the use of meat, and the time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look upon the murder of men. “ – Leonardo da Vinci, 1452-1519 Most people’s relationship with the cow, the pig, etc. is a predator/prey relationship. This page is my explanation for why mine isn’t. I am a vegetarian, and have been since 1986. I eat... read more...

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Want 3 months FREE at Audible.com? Enter here...

I have 2 gift subscriptions to Audible.com to give away (risk free) and I figured randomly was the fairest way, and having a drawing was possibly also more fun than just asking who wanted them and giving them out on a first-come first-served basis. The gift subscription requires NO credit card and will NOT automatically turn into a paid account at the end of the 3 months. During the 3 months you can download 1...

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Review: Kindle 3

A while back in 2009 I reviewed the Kindle 2. Since then I have gotten a Kindle 3, or what they just call the “latest generation Kindle” which makes me wonder what they’ll call it when the next one comes out…

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Amazon Kindle 2 - Most Amazing Thing Ever

I’ve had my Kindle Wireless Reading Device for just about two weeks (graduation present!) and I have to say I could NOT live without it at this point. I love this thing so much I told my mother in law that I’d give up chocolate for it if I had to. And it isn’t at all like reading off a computer screen. It uses electronic paper which doesn’t cause eye fatigue. For reading in the...

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Things I've Bought on Amazon

Amazon has a nifty widget that will display all the media (books, movies, music) you’ve bought from them. It’s kind of weird to look back and see things I bought almost 10 years ago, but it’s also a reminder of things like “oh hey, that was a cool book! I should go reread that…” Now not everything is stuff I bought for myself. Some of these things were bought as gifts and such, but it’s sort...

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Recent Readings... (Harry Potter, White Night, Coma, The Guardian)

Ok, after I finished the new Harry Potter book (I’ll write a review of that when I have more time), I only had one more new book sitting around—White Night by Jim Butcher (Dresden Files book #9). It was decent, entertaining, not high literature but good escapist reading just like the previous 8. (I’m pissed that they didn’t renew the show on the Sci Fi channel). I finished it pretty quickly. This left me...

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My Books: a long list

This is a list of most of the books that I have on my shelves (not counting a few boxes in the basement). It was current as of the last time I updated this page. I keep a database of my books (and output this handy list) using the ever so fabulous Readerware software. They have versions of it for music and movie collections, too. Hint: Hover your mouse over the titles of the book to...

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