books to read

[after spending a few years in intense read mode.. accessing the following books is secondary to accessing 7 billion plus commonplace/document everything ish books. now possible – so we can’t not.]

*not available, recommended, et al refers to (online library – overdrive) access, unless otherwise said otherwise – (jan 2016 – it appears my limit for recommending titles has been reached. who knew. dang.)

Instrumental, James Rhodes – not available yet in the u.s. – thanks al

To Have or To Be, Erich Fromm

What Computers Still Can’t Do, Hubert Dreyfus

Imaginary Cities, Darran Anderson – thanks library

Drawing Blood, Molly Crabapple – *recommended – thanks al

Lost People, David Graeber

Insomniac City – NY, Oliver, and me – Bill Hayes (@BillHayesNYC)

Waking the Spirit, Andrew Schulman

via : Great new book on power of music therapy by /AndrewSchulman  is a must read. https://t.co/6rmeJDTiTwhttps://t.co/s9smEnwOQs   Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/OliverSacks/status/787718589096820737

Whiplash, Joi Ito and – thanks library

The Moose Belongs to Me, Oliver Jeffers

City of Thorns, Ben Rawlence – *limit reached – thanks library

The Optician of Lampedusa

This book moved me to the core. Everything about humanity is contained in it – the worst and the best.https://t.co/pZXPr50Rwv

Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/melissarfleming/status/782308600169566208

The Good Death, Ann Neumanne – *recommended

The Stack, Benjamin Bratton – *not available – stack

On a Beam of Light – Story of Einstein, Jennifer Berne

Evicted – Poverty and Profit in the American City, Matthew Desmond – *not available (nikhil said one of best books ever read) – thanks library

The Wander Society, Keri Smith – out mar 2016

The Boy Who Could Change the World, Aaron Swartz, intro by Lawrence Lessig – *not available – reading.. thanks al

Understanding Power, Noam Chomsky – *recommended (book that aaron’s changed his life)

unoffendable, Brant Hansen – *not available – thanks library

Blockchain Revolution, Don & Alex Tapscott – *not available – out may 10

Postcapitalism, Paul Mason – *recommended – thanks library

When the Body Says No, Stress Disease Connection, Gabor Maté – *only available via audio

In the Realm of Hungray Ghosts – Close Encounters w AddictionsGabor Maté

Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free, Cory Doctorow forwards by: Neil Gaiman & Amanda Palmer – *not available

Multitude Empire – Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri – *not available – but i see mult in pdf now..

Throwing Rocks at the Google BusDouglas Rushkoff – *not available

With Liberty and Justice for SomeGlenn Greenwald – *recommended – thanks library

Schools on Trial, Nikhil Goyal – *recommended – thanks library

Writing My Wrongs, Shaka Senghor – *recommended – thanks library

Status Syndrome,

Participatory Culture in a Networked EraHenry Jenkins, Mimi Ito, danah boyd – *not available

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Little Bets, Peter Sims – not available

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three decades of books via Mary Ann

http://maryannreilly.blogspot.com/2017/01/sol17-three-decades-of-books.html

oh my.. no wonder.. the love/connection/soulmateness

upon reading the list.. my heart ..more than wanting to read a bunch of them.. long ing for a mate to read/have-read with

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Jon Winokur (@AdviceToWriters) tweeted at 3:00 PM on Fri, Feb 17, 2017:
It was books that taught me that the things that tormented me most were the very things that connected me with all…people.
JAMES BALDWIN https://t.co/rMKlJaFwkn
(https://twitter.com/AdviceToWriters/status/832711221417742336?s=03)

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films to see

documentaries