Book List

I'm frequently asked by friends or family to recommend good books and occasionally forget if I have read a specific book, so posting my thoughts here is meant to fix both. The rough goal was to be short enough to fit in a few sentences while also not spoiling any major plot points.

@jszumski

  • RT @steipete: Some peeps were curious about the large percentage of non-default Dynamic Type. We re-ran the query today with a larger dataset. Similar results. The country-specific graph is interesting. Mexico is leading in custom sizes - only 64% use the default! France is highest, with 82%. pic.twitter.com/0sS4OZ0Gyf 11 hours ago
  • This is great, please come to GitHub Enterprise soon! twitter.com/notdetails/sta… 3 days ago
  • RT @andrewgdotcom: If #Bitcoin were to cease trading tomorrow, 0.5% of the world’s electricity demand would simply disappear – which would cover one year’s worth of the carbon emission cuts required to limit temperature rises this century to 2C. sluggerotoole.com/2018/10/12/bit… 6 days ago