Review of The Singularity Trap

Review of The Singularity Trap by Dennis E. Taylor.📚 I want more from this book :-(. It is good, not perfect, but good; unfortunately, it’s not a series.

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I have a short collection of links to help school study and to free homeschool courses at studyjar.weebly.com The test prep info is USA focused. There’s also a very good budgeting PDF at the end of the page. It’s a workbook 📚. guide for those new to budgeting.

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Currently reading: Happy by Derren Brown 📚

Happy

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Liked: Leviathan Wakes: Book 1 of James S. A. Corey’s Expanse series 📖

The TV show didn’t click for me, but the book was great fun!

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Always nice to see a new story from Jonathan Carroll: “Mama Bruise” 📚

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All three books in the masterful Last Policeman Trilogy for just $5.97 is a steal. 📚

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Started Reading : Keep Going: Austin Kleon 📚

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Review of Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe

I just finished reading Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe by Roger McNamee.📚

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🔖 How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States by Daniel Immerwahr boffosocko.com
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He loves Sally Rooney’s Normal People, he tells me, admiring especially what he calls the “clever rhetorical trick” of how she merges the thoughts of protagonists Marianne and Connell.

Ian McEwan, being interviewed about his new novel for the Irish Times, pays a compliment 📚

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🔖 Nothing Fails Like Success | A List Apart boffosocko.com
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📚 Glut: Mastering Information through the Ages baty.blog
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Er begyndt på 'A Fistful of Shells: West Africa from the Rise of the Slave Trade to the Age of Revolution'. Tankevækkende bog. Jeg ved meget lidt om afrikansk historie før europæernes ankomst. Stort blind spot 📚

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I really enjoyed listening to Spy Master by Brad Thor yesterday and today! Well written, well narrated and good right up to (and including) the last sentence!

My only regret is that I didn’t know to start at the beginning of the series!

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Reading Code Craft and learning a lot. 📚

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The Bayern Agenda 📚 teisam.net
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Finished reading: 📚Me Before You. Consindering I’m new to English fiction, I figure I should pick popuar ones for starters. And to be honest? I LOVE romance fictions 😂

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Rebecca Renner writes about the CIA’s role in the publication of Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago — and Khrushchev’s regrets that the novel was banned in the USSR 📚

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📚 A corner of “The British Library” by Yinka Shonibare CBE courtney.photo.blog
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📚Finished The Stars are Legion. It’s a wild, inventive story of warring factions of women aboard giant living spaceship-worlds, weird organic everything (including monsters and cephalopod cannons), and an intriguing plot.

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Currently reading: Die Trying by Lee Child 📚

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The peerless Geoff Dyer, giving a reading/talk on WHERE EAGLES DARE, as he stands before a slide filled to brimming with movie nazis. #graygram 📷 🗽 ✍️ 📚

Friday night at the Center for Fiction in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Geoff’s new book: ‘BROADSWORD CALLING DANNY BOY’

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Review of Fizzlesprocket: Everybody Loves Large Chests (Vol.2)

After being surprised by the first volume, I wanted to know how the story evolves further, so I read Fizzlesprocket: Everybody Loves Large Chests (Vol.2) by Neven Iliev 📚 as well.

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Review of Morningwood: Everybody Loves Large Chests (Vol.1)

After Amazon proposing this book to me for quite some time, I finally took the bate and read Morningwood: Everybody Loves Large Chests (Vol.1) by Neven Iliev.📚It was unexpectedly good.

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The peerless Geoff Dyer, giving a reading/talk on WHERE EAGLES DARE, as he stands before a slide filled to brimming with movie nazis. #graygram 📷 🗽 ✍️ 📚

Friday night at the Center for Fiction in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Geoff’s new book: ‘BROADSWORD CALLING DANNY BOY’

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The peerless Geoff Dyer, giving a reading/talk on WHERE EAGLES DARE, as he stands before a slide filled to brimming with movie nazis. #graygram 📷 🗽 ✍️ 📚

Friday night at the Center for Fiction in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Geoff’s new book: ‘BROADSWORD CALLING DANNY BOY’

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And, my first freely-selected post divinity school book is… Missa Est!: A Missional Liturgical Ecclesiology - Fortress Press 📚

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I put 'Comics' in my header, so I should probably say what I've been reading📚!

I've really enjoyed getting in to early HELLBLAZER-- I feel like a chump for waiting 39 years of life before reading Constantine (who I've encountered in other books, sometimes under a different name).

While I …

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Currently reading: Dreyer’s English by Benjamin Dreyer 📚

An entertaining way to learn about editing.

April 06a

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The peerless Geoff Dyer, giving a reading/talk on WHERE EAGLES DARE, as he stands before a slide filled to brimming with movie nazis. #graygram 📷 🗽 ✍️ 📚

Friday night at the Center for Fiction in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Geoff’s new book: ‘BROADSWORD CALLING DANNY BOY’

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📚Finished Vacationland: True Stories from Painful Beaches by John Hodgman yesterday. A fun set of essays on being an adult and figuring out grown-up friendships. Hodgman balances these with touching, insightful passages about grief and learning to say goodbye on the early passing of his... prettygoodhat.com
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📚Finished The Changeling by Victor LaVelle. Compelling (maybe a little long) read mixing family legacy, race, social media and … monsters.

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📚 Dresden Files Series Books 1 - 15, by Jim Butcher a Quick Review ramblinggit.com
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🔖 AnnotatED at OLC Innovate 2019 | Google Slides | Hypothes.is boffosocko.com
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🔖 CROWDLAAERS boffosocko.com
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🔖 ETUG 25 Call for Proposals now open boffosocko.com
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🔖 Marginalia by Billy Collins | Poetry Magazine boffosocko.com
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🔖 We’re @VConnecting from #OER19 on April 10-11 | Virtually Connecting boffosocko.com
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🔖 Why Is Digital Sociology? | Tressie McMillan Cottom boffosocko.com
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To lose one court case may be regarded as a misfortune. Formidable Austrialian literary agent Selwa Anthony has recently lost two, the first involving the estate of her friend Colleen McCullough, the second against bestselling author Kate Morton 📖

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I spied Kristen Cashore’s “Jane, Unlimited” at Powell’s yesterday and was intrigued by the cover, so I checked out the ebook from the library and started reading. It’s completely engrossing and suspenseful, just what I needed to lose myself in this weekend! 📚

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What I finished this week. 📚

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Mere Christopher Priest læst; denne gang ‘The Affirmation’ (1981). Priest kan et eller andet med utroværdige fortællere, og det at vende helt op og ned på en historie. Det er en fornøjelse, og jeg er klar på mere 📚

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📚 I’ve spent a decent chunk of today reading (listening to) Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer.

I’m about 2/3 through and can highly recommend it! (Just don’t click on the above link if you don’t want a mild spoiler shoved in your face)

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Some fine reading for a lazy Sunday morning in the new issue of Gingerbread House (@GingerbreadMag): <gingerbreadhouselitmag.com/category/…> 📚

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Things I read in March 📚 rich-text.net
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What I Read in March 2019 📚 chrispederick.com
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“Finished” for April 📚 rnv.letterspace.org
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Book Review: The One Thing 📚 chetjcollins.com
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🔖 America Is Becoming Steadily Less Religious cleverdevil.io
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Today’s good comics, all about walking dogs and learning to speak French: Unleashed in Paris by Kate Gavino (🐦@kategavino). 📚

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Chris Marker, Always Moving - by Max Nelson - The New York Review of Books 🔗 📚 🖼 🎥 Chris Marker, les 7 vies d’un cinéaste — Catalog of the exhibition edited by Raymond Bellour, Jean-Michel Frodon, and Christine Van Assche — Paris: Cinémathèque française, 400 pp., €45.00 Marker kept r... www.grayareas.xyz
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In Praise of Public Libraries - by Sue Halpern - The New York Review of Books 🔗 📚 🇺🇸 A public library is predicated on an ethos of sharing and egalitarianism. It is nonjudgmental. It stands in stark opposition to the materialism and individualism that otherwise define our culture. It ... www.grayareas.xyz
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The Fated Sky 📚 teisam.net
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Who Killed My Father

“Among members of the global ruling class… politics remains a ‘question of aesthetics: a way of seeing themselves, of seeing the world, of constructing a personality.’” 📚

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Otte bøger inde længes jeg efter afslutningen på ‘The Expanse’-serien. ‘Tiamat’s Wrath’ er stadig space opera af høj kvalitet, men træthedstegnene i plottet er begyndt at vise sig. Håber sidste bind blive episk 📚

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He has to keep three balls in the air at once: the biographical story, an interpretation of the fiction as autobiography, and a consideration of the fiction as fiction. That’s why his book is so long.

2015 New Yorker review of Zachary Leader’s The Life of Saul Bellow 📚

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🔖 Daring Fireball: Facebook Demanding Some New Users’ Email Passwords cleverdevil.io
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it’s refreshing to see a novelist so earnestly uncertain about the value of her task—and a complex pleasure to read the novels animated by such ambivalence.

Nathan Goldman writes in The Baffler about Sally Rooney’s self-criticism 📚

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