Now that I’m getting ready to head off to Arizona, I’m faced with the usual dilemma of choosing the right reading material for the trip.
I’m in the middle of reading Pilgrim by Timothy Findley but it’s a bit too bulky to be convenient airplane material.
I was faced with the same problem when I was in Ireland. I ended up reading The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out by Richard P. Feynman which is a conveniently pocket-sized collection of essays and interviews.
I do have a PDF of Down And Out In The Magic Kingdom by Cory Doctorow but it isn’t so convenient to whip out out the iBook every time I want to read a few words.
Luckily, I picked up a second-hand copy of Weaving The Web recently. A book written about the web by the man who invented it. Sounds perfect.