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Books and Feeds

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Following on from Carisenda’s ‘book reading shame’, here is a list of what I got through in 2006. In 2005 I finished every Stephen Ambrose book he’d published and generally overdosed on WWII factual history a bit too much. Men of Valour is worth a read if you’re interested in getting introduced to that type of thing.

Last year I read into the history of programming, hackers and Apple a bit —and while visiting Japan I was introduced to Haruki Murakami, without a doubt the best fictional work I have read in years. His books remind me of stories you’d expect from a Studio Ghibli production.

(I know some people can read this many books in a couple of months, I tell myself, reading slowly, I’m getting more out of them …)

Anyone else got any books to recommend ?

January 15, 2007 13:26 by

Share your RSS OPML ?

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I’d be interested (maybe just plain nosey) to flick through other people’s subscribed feeds, and see what you’re reading. Export your subscribed feeds as OPML, upload and post a comment with a link.

Here is my RSS OPML file, – I check most all of these feeds on a daily basis. You can import this into any feedreader for reading at your leisure.

OPML ? is an XML format for outlines. Originally developed as a native file format for an outliner application, it has since been adopted for other uses, the most common being to exchange lists of RSS feeds between RSS aggregators.

Its probably already been done, but perhaps there’s scope here for an OPML delicious type – ‘share my feeds’ web app. Quick – to the bat mobile !

Edit: Its Been Done, already – Note to self, always Google before posting …

July 11, 2006 04:57 by
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