Now with vitamins and minerals.

To read

Titles I have come across that look to be worth pursuing, most recent at the top:

  • Cormac McCarthy, The Road (Knopf, 2006): post-apocalyptic (via) Update: bought, but not yet read.
  • Jim Cracy, The Pesthouse (Bond Street Books, 2007): post-apocalyptic (via)
  • Pat Frank, Alas, Babylon (Lippincott, 1959): post-apocalyptic (via)
  • Richard N. Katz, Ed., The Tower and The Cloud: “cloud computing”; the “the networked information economy” and higher ed. (via; related refs.; downloadable)
  • Lucien X. Polastron, Books on Fire: The Destruction of Libraries Throughout History (2007) (via)
  • Nicholson Baker, Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper (2001) (via)
  • Fernando Baez, A Universal History of the Destruction of Books: From Ancient Sumer to Modern Iraq (2008) (via)
  • Candida Höfer, Libraries (2006) (via)
  • Rosamond Purcell, Owls Head: On the Nature of Lost Things (2003) (via)
  • Rosamond Purcell, Bookworm (2006) (via)
  • Abelardo Morell, A Book of Books (2006) (via)
  • Abelardo Morell, “Burning Alexandria,” Library: An Unquiet History (2003) (via)
  • Madeleine Stern and Leona Rostenberg,  Old Books, Rare Friends (1997) (via)
  • Marvin Mondlin and Roy Meador, Book Row (2005) (via)
  • Larry McMurtry, Books (2008) (via)
  • Ian R. MacLeod, The Light Ages and The House of Storms (via; more)
  • Natsuo Kirino, Real World (via)

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