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Way of the Peaceful Warrior.
Last post: September/2011 ... Is reading dead now?
Finished Tokyo Vice by Jake Adelstein
Starting on The Nerdist Way by Chris Hardwick
Wanted to wait until the guy finished the series but he is taking too long and after the tv series I just couldn't wait any longer and started reading the Song of Ice and Fire; about to finish the second book.
For Pleasure: Harperland (I was hoping to gather some insight into the man and be somewhat reassured, but unfortunately, what I'm reading is not reassuring)

For Work: A Practical Guide to Ubuntu Linux (I read an older more generic Linux reference before and now want a fairly up-to-date view on the specific distro that I'm using).
Currently reading the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson and once I finish that I'm off to American Gods.

A really good book that I've read recently that most of you would enjoy is Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline.

Also, Goodreads FTW!
The Treasury of David - by Charles H. Spurgeon
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
World War Z by Max Brooks.
Dance of Dragons (Part of Game of Thrones).
The Story of Civilization by the Durant's
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. This is actually the first Dickens book I read.
Dragons of Spring Dawning by Hickman and Weis. Been on a traditional fantasy kick lately...
No Point in Dying Now by Buz Sawyer
Just picked up Neal Stephenson's "ReaMdE", and a book about spirituality. Also making my way through a huge H.P. Lovecraft collection, and Stephen King's "Night Shift."