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hackr
der untergeher (wieder einmal)
missess
der kleine vampir und die große liebe (wieder einmal)
lucasofri
Pygmy (Chuck Palahniuk)
enricofranchi
Carta Bianca (Carlo Lucarelli)
Sindibade
Prelude to Foundation (Isaac Asimov)
soydade
"The Secret Life of Words - How English Became English" (Henry Hitchings)
subatomic
Simplexity (Jeffery Kluger)
pstuifzand
Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut
billrice
Democracy in America (Alexis De Tocqueville)
jhave
Et après... by Guillaume Musso
angelelectrico
Crónica del pájaro que da vuelta al mundo
cbatter
Darkmans (Nicola Barker)
irwin
Food in History (Reay Tannahill)
RinjoNjori
Ramones An American Band (St. Martins Press)
nesman89
Angels and Demons
Epazia
Dragonfly in Amber Diana Gabaldon
jockr
Why Your World Is About to Get A Whole Lot Smaller (Jeff Rubin)
loydezra
Freakonomics by Steven Levitt
snehamenon
The art of innovation by Tom Kelley
self
Choke (Chuck Palahniuk)
baotzebao
5 meditations on beauty, by Francois Cheng ( in Italian ) - I Ching , by Francois Jullien
botchagalupe
Blood Meridian (Cormac McCarthy)
Mrsboogie
'Cloud Atlas' by David Mitchell
coventfishblue
This thread....duh!
cactusnic
Unconventional by JJ Hebert
kenshi
Founders at Work
thepalephantom
Pascal's Pensees
eridal
Profesional PHP5
gigandrea
Il partigiano Johnny di Beppe Fenoglio
dboyd1
Les Bienveillantes & Der Zauberberg
henrymullen
http://www.williamgibsonbooks.com/books/pattern.asp
antoniorosina
Il caso dei libri scomparsi di Ian Samson
crispynoodles
Utopia (Thomas More)
vickivanv
The Anatomy of Buzz by Emanuel Rosen
realchild
Scarlett, the sequel to Gone With the Wind, and Kathy Acker's Pussy King of the Pirates.
jmpalco
Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine by Wayne Grudem
tbeseda
World War Z!
luannritsema
Elements of Style - Wendy Wasserstein and rereading Redneck Way of Knowledge - McCarry
jstone
Surfers Journal magazine
rovestp
chilli
earth2marsh
http://a.tinythread.com/s4X1UfP6Rt
jockr
The Wisdom of Crowds (James Surowiecki)
jpowell
Free by Chris Anderson, The Girl Who Played With Fire by Larsson
joshu
@Mrsboogie - i loved that book. HIGHLY recommended.
substitute
man 1 find
jfuchs
The Joke (Kundera)
edyother
Fried Green Zombies
soarisawesome
Mass Effect Revelation
al3x
"Masterminds of Programming" http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596515171/
kaz
Infinite Jest (and a book about Infinite Jest called Elegant Complexity)
jeffniblack
this tinythread
grosales
Surely you are joking, Mr. Feynman.
pbowden
Hardboiled Wonderland and the End of the World (Haruki Murakami)
ifonearth
Don Quixote (Miguel de Cervantes), but I'll be interrupted soon by the start of classes.
lmorchard
The Illuminatus! Trillogy
bryanjswift
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
earth2marsh
Spook Country by William Gibson
maushopgirl
The Accidental Billionaires by Ben Mezrich
benfu
The 42nd Parallel by John Dos Passos
jkazwell
i dont read...i know it's a tragedy
lucidbeing
The Accidental Billionaires by Ben Mezrich Warning: this book is hard to put down.
lawduck
Just finished End of the World Blues by John Courtenay Grimwood, now moving on to the Javascript Bible.
azunix
my e-mails :-D
kentbrew
Tales of the Madman Underground, by John Barnes
jgchristopher
The Gone-Away World By Nick Harkaway
nhopkin
The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien and The Complete Joy of Homebrewing by Charlie Papazian
azunix
@awenkhh currently I'm reading some books about branding or development or design
dustineichler
The Happiness of Architecture and The Sound and the Fury (trying)
rabble
Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami
aeden
Programming Scala by Venkat Subramaniam
greenido
Outliers
Twipcomics
David Frum on "the reckless Right": http://bit.ly/DFrum
willf
Something rotten (Jasper Fforde)
zend13
Anthem by Ayn Rand
antimega
The History of Forgetting (norman Klein) | What I Talk About When I Talk About Running (Haruki Murakami)
elroyjetson
Conquistador by S.M. Stirling
peartree4
World War Z
F8F8FF
'The Bad Popes', R. Chamberlin - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bad_Popes
codezone
Inside Steve's Brain http://tinyurl.com/InsideStevesBrain
yahooza
Me Talk Pretty Someday by David Sedaris
jkottke
Create Your Own Economy by Tyler Cowen
samin
A Fine Line by Hartmut Esslinger /frog design, Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
inky
Burning Chrome (short stories) by William Gibson
pims
Beijing Coma — Ma Jian
nbrosnahan
World War Z
joely
Building Parsers with Java (ParseKit's User's Guide & Reference Manual)
therealadam
Infinite Jest, by David Foster Wallace. A fun little slog.
turkeypants
Land the Tech Job You Love by Andy Lester
atduskgreg
Infinte Jest as well as part of Infinite Summer. Also finding it a bit of a slog though with passages of genius.
vyom
The Evolution of God by Robert Wright
BryanAlexander
The Eyre Affair
gregnaughton
The Master and Margarita - Bulgakov
robb_broome
Shadow of the Silk Road - Colin Thubron
enzenhofer
the future of the internet (not w recommendation - an essay would summ it all uo)
sdp1122
5000 year leap by cleon skousen
mauszfabrick
jens schröter (ed): analog/digital. opposition oder kontinuum?
larrywright
Ruby in Practice
kenschafer
Pattern Recognition (William Gibson)
redwards7
Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice
agrei8
the doomsday key (James rollins)

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