Thursday, November 12, 2009

One (book) down, more to go

I have just finished reading Malcom Gladwell's "Outliers" book. Phew... It's a good book, just like his previous books; "Blink" and "Tipping Point". I should've finished reading it sooner but all the busy work that I've got slowed me down. I am glad it's done. (I hope you don't think that I feel reading is a chore.)

Now, the next step is to pick a book from my to-read stack. Apparently, picking the next book is not easy. So, last night I took 5 books and started skimming those books. None wowed me. (Perhaps I was just too tired.) So this morning I brought another book with me. In the end I just read a few paragraphs from various book.

Arrrggghhh. I should be able to pick one book and read it! I'll do it as soon as possible. I have to do it to clean my to-read stack (which is impossible since I receive new books faster than I manage to read them).

Arrrggghhh...

2 comments:

Brett said...

Have you read The Wisdom of Crowds?

budi said...

Not yet. Here is a list of books that I have (currently on my desk):
John Wood, "Leaving Microsoft to Change The World"
Matthew E. May, "In Pursuit of Elegance"
Chris Anderson, "Free: the future of a radical price"
Dewi Lestari, "Perahu Kertas" (and Recto Verso)