Seeds of Joy

Seed Mag­a­zine I just fin­ished read­ing through my sec­ond issue of Seed mag­a­zine, as I was con­sid­er­ing get­ting a sub­scrip­tion. It’s already been on the news­stand for a year or so, but I tend to be behind the curve on these sorts of things. The mag­a­zine, which comes out bi-mon­th­­ly, is fan­tas­tic read­ing. It has… Con­tin­ue read­ing Seeds of Joy

Clueless in Tampa

Back in the late Spring of 2003, I was locat­ed in Tam­pa for two-and-a-half months for busi­ness. While there, I had a great deal of time to catch up on read­ing and, for what ever rea­son, decid­ed to spend it on polit­i­cal sci­ence books. While pick­ing up a cou­ple of books at the local Barnes… Con­tin­ue read­ing Clue­less in Tampa

“Neuromancer” by William Gibson

I recent­ly fin­ished read­ing William Gib­son’s clas­sic sci­ence fic­tion nov­el, “Neu­ro­mancer;” the 1984 nov­el which is wide­ly cred­it­ed with begin­ning the cyber-punk genre.

My Life by William J. Clinton

Not so much a straight biog­ra­phy, but a auto­bi­og­ra­phy from an Amer­i­can pres­i­dent who real­ly under­stood all the pres­i­dents before him. The kind of per­spec­tive only some­one with this posi­tion and his kind of love for his­to­ry and pol­i­tics could write.