Tag Archives: reading

What to Read in 2018

Last week I was looking for Database Weekly links and ran across Gail Shaw’s list of books from 2017. It’s an interesting list of fiction, and I might pick up a few this year if I run out of ideas. This … Continue reading

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CTRL Scroll and Getting Old

The handiest thing that I’ve used lately for a computer is the Ctrl button and the scroll wheel on my mouse. If you’ve never tried it, do it now on this web page. Scroll different directions and you’ll see what … Continue reading

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How Many Have I Read?

I saw this on Facebook, and while I’m not sure of the list, I reproduced it here. I think that an American list might have a few more books, like The Call of the Wild or White Fang on it. … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Checklist Manifesto

Andy Warren recommended The Checklist Manifesto to me and after seeing his review, I decided to grab it. It’s written by a surgeon, and starts with a few stories of how people were saved in the ER by some amazing … Continue reading

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