I’ve always been a slow reader. With non-fiction books, especially so. I’ve always carried an element of shame over my lack of speed and the desire to be faster at it with me. For a very long time it’s been an uncomfortable shoe-pebble nagging me every time I pick up a book. In some cases, … Continue reading “Reading Thought #2”
The informational equivalent of bombs are being built and loaded and dropped onto their targets, producing shockwaves that travel not through the dirt but through, like, informational space-time. You can feel them. — Robin Sloan, Issue #27 of Year of the Meteor.
The only way I can fairly review Rework, the new book by 37 Signals founders Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson is to break it into two separate reviews – one for each audience. Therefore, decide which one you fit into and read on from there. Fans, True Believers, and Apostates You fit into this … Continue reading “Review: Rework”