My Library - Reading List (Books)November 15, 2019
These are a brief selection of books that I have read multiple times and believe are vastly important to my understanding of the world.
- Deep Work by Dr. Cal Newport
- The Man Who Saw Tomorrow: The Life and Inventions of Stanford R. Ovshinsky by Lillian Hoddeson
- Foundation Trilogy/Series by Isaac Asimov
- Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind by Prof. Harari
- Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky
- Reality Is Not What It Seems by Carlo Rovelli
- Physics as a Way of Thinking by Alpheus W. Smith (PDF - 1936)
(Notable) Recently Finished (Schema: Finished Date (MM.DD.YYYY) - Link(Title - Author) - Quick Note)
- I have been using the term ‘citizen scientist’ to describe myself for years so when I saw this book on the shelves in my favorite section of the local library - I had to read it, and I am better for it.
- This was a great book about some of the greatest minds (Erasmus Darwin) in history and their connections to one another (Lunar Society of Birmingham).
07.01.2019 - Against the Odds: An Autobiography by James Dyson
05.15.2019 - Code Name Ginger: The Story Behind Segway by Steve Kemper
04.28.2019 - Hacking Darwin by Jamie Metzl
02.06.2019 - Digital Minimalism by Dr. Cal Newport
01.22.2019 - Capitalism in America by Alan Greenspan
01.05.2019 - Life at the Speed of Light: From The Double Helix to the Dawn of Digital Life by J. Craig Venter
11.12.2018 - The Tyranny of Metrics by Jerry Z Muller
10.18.2018 - Originals: How Non-Confomists Move The World
00.00.2018 - The Social Transformation of American Medicine