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July 20, 2010


I am strangely intrigued by "Assembling California" as I am not a geology lover. Hmmm...
I really enjoyed Taubes book. I found the science in it to go against everything I had ever learned about nutrition. ANd in having all that questioned I felt this kind of "what else is held as true but isn't" kind of existential dread. I didn't expect to have a book on nutrition impact me like that.

So interesting that you've become that used to the Kindle in three years -- I'm not tempted so far, still loving the feel of real books and concerned about issues of licensing, distribution, etc., with digital ones. But keeping an open mind, especially when it comes to travel when the weight of books is a real issue. And obviously, it's not an either/or proposition.

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