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Alan Turing’s Reading List
52 Must Read Children's Books
Symphonic Thinking is the Key to Success for Developers and Creatives Alike
Branding, marketing, and all things advertising requires a certain kind of mind - a symphonic one. These books help you start your creative motor [or Wonkavator] so you can be a symphonic thinker in the Conceptual Age.
Sydney Burns 7069 9 months ago
Karen Kingsbury Books
Christian Romance,Real Life, touching,spiritual
Angela Cason 663 9 months ago
6 Biographies of Men Who Changed the World, and My Life
The lives of some men create some of the most incredible stories. They help us understand what's possible and inspire us to push the limits. The lives of Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, Jack Welch, Charles Darwin, Theodore Roosevelt, and Thomas Jefferson are six of my favorites.
Andy Sparks 1243 9 months ago
Technology Ventures & Entrepreneurship Books
This is a collection of most inspiring and worthwhile books in the category of Technology Ventures, Entrepreneurship and Management
Kirill Sofronov 1030 9 months ago
Must Have BBQ Cookbooks
Ever wonder what are the best barbecue and grilling cookbooks out on the market? Well, here are just a couple of my all-time favorite bbq books for that special BBQ'er and Griller in your Life!!
Richard Wachel 1009 9 months ago
Best Dating Advice Books
As a professional matchmaker, I come across a lot of dating advice that is downright appalling. These books are quick reads that offer sound, realistic advice that will transform your dating life from frustrating to fun!
Anni Powers 1147 9 months ago
Books Written by the Last 6 Presidents
Learn more about the man in charge through his own words. President Obama, and former President George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Jimmy Carter discuss their lives and their presidencies in these telling memoirs.
Fargo Davis 958 9 months ago
Diversity is key when you read. This collection offers just that. Science, technology, comedy, spirituality, philosophy, history and much more. Audiobooks let you listen when you want you so have no excuse not be well read!
Kent Fenwick 209 9 months ago
There is a well known tradition in literature to have certain must read books like Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Homer's Odyssey. But very little attention is paid to the non-fiction works that everyone should read to understand humanity and Western culture.
Kevin Morrill 210 9 months ago
4 Books to get you Started Investing in the Stock Market
With the stock market recovering, now is a great time to learn about the market and to begin investing.
Brett Markowitz 1699 9 months ago
Top Things to Give You the Advantage in Life
The key literature and people that have helped guide me to true personal success....
Matt Lane 735 9 months ago
10 Books Every Mother Should Read To Her Daughter
There is nobody more important to a daughter than her mother. They adore you, need you, and most importantly, look to you for inspiration. Inspire them to love themselves and the life they lead with these books.
Sadie McCarthy 1319 10 months ago
Neil DeGrasse Tyson's Must Read Books
He recently did an Ask Me Anything on Reddit. One of the best questions is what books he recommends. He said "if you read all of [these] you will glean profound insight into most of what has driven the history of the western world."
Matt Needleman 2373 10 months ago
Funny Books You Won't Believe Are Real
Have you ever thought to read a book called "All my friends are dead," or "K is for knifeball?"
Megan Rose 219 10 months ago
Top 10 Military History Books
The best military history books that cover everything you need to know about warfare. This covers the basic of war and military technology for anyone who is interested.
Sadie McCarthy 2113 10 months ago
Favorite Books on Entrepreneurship
A few picks in no particular order.
Roham G 321 10 months ago
Changing How I Think About Finance
Before I learned about finance, I thought Wall Street was useless. Now I see finance as the battle to get money in the hands of people who can change the world.
Kevin Morrill 9704 10 months ago
Reading List for Computational Journalism on a Stick
Essential texts for computational journalists
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky 1446 10 months ago
Timeless Programming Books
Love them or hate them, these books have been flying off the shelves for years.
Matt Needleman 452 10 months ago
For everyone searching for themselves
It took a slow and painful journey for me to build my confidence and courage to take the jump to be an entrepreneur. I had to learn that I really can choose to do what I WANT to do. I had to realize that I didn't have to live out anyone else's live except my own. I only wish I got here faster. Reading these books earlier than when I finally found them would have helped.
Jennifer Toda 1460 10 months ago
The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of 2012
2012 was a great one for science fiction and fantasy that transcended genre boundaries. Novels that appeared to be science fiction turned out to be fantasies, and stories that began as outer space battles turned into thought-provoking meditations on the political future of humanity.
Brian C 5370 10 months ago
Antinque Book Sentimentality for Kindle Fans
I love my Kindle as much as the next person. What surprises me is how much I also love antique books. There's something amazing about holding a book in your hand that you know someone from generations ago read and treasured. These are a few gems to start a collection with.
Kevin Morrill 388 10 months ago
Writing Clean Code
Software development gets a lot harder when you write bad code, so why not write it good to start with.
Kevin Morrill 1090 10 months ago
Ender's Game Series is the best and most engaging sci-fi book series that I've ever come across
Song Zheng 989 10 months ago
Science Books for People Who Want Their Minds Blown
I've put together this list of great science books that came out in the past year — they're the perfect gifts for people with inquiring minds (including you!).
Brian C 1835 10 months ago
Books That Challenge Your Assumptions
These are books that really made me look at the world differently and for the better. Not always the easiest reads, but very worth the time.
Carter Rabasa 1305 1 year ago
Bathroom Humor, Literally
I'm endlessly impressed by the amount of gag gifts and bathroom books that get published each year. Here's a sampling of the funniest books on Amazon... make sure to read their reviews!
Danielle Morrill 407 1 year ago
Books Turn Brains Bookstore
These are all books I've reviewed or talked about on my blog... so think of this as a variation of an online bookshelf. All links should take you to Amazon. Enjoy!
Chelsea Fought 739 1 year ago
A collection of engineering books, articles, films for the Civil Engineer and Railway Engineer
Mark Downes 1048 1 year ago
7 Books Suggested by @DHH to Become a Better Programmer ($250)
Inspired by David Heinemeier Hansson's recent post "The five programming books that meant most to me" http://37signals.com/svn/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me He says, "Reading these five to seven books will give your programming chops more vitamins and nutritional value than a couple of year’s worth of blog posts and tutorial."
Danielle Morrill 2483 1 year ago
Texts for the curious mind.
Where science, faith, and psychology blend into a mind-bending milkshake.
Niket Desai 767 1 year ago
Things I Would Read if I Had More Time
Hopefully I'll get around to reading these. I trust the people who recommended them to me, but I'm hoping you can read them first and tell me what you think. =)
Thomas Knoll 2056 1 year ago
25 Unforgettable Fantasy Books
“A wizard is never late, Frodo Baggins. Nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to.” - Gandalf the Grey
Brian C 1249 1 year ago
Spectacular Science Fiction Books
“In the beginning, the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and has been widely regarded as a bad move.” -Douglas Adams
Brian C 22209 1 year ago
Jeff's Books I Love
A few books I have read more than once. Enjoy!
Jeff Shuey 743 1 year ago
Get off the hamster wheel for a minute and take some time to sharpen the saw instead! Don't just work harder, read up and educate yourself on how to be more productive and successful in life.
Al Abut 1094 1 year ago
Personal Film School
Some of the best guidance I found on writing & directing & editing.
Fawaz Al-Matrouk 1141 1 year ago
Books to Learn Ruby on Rails
Great books to learn Ruby on Rails
Luke Thomas 2071 1 year ago
Paper books worth physically owning
Books even a hardened futurist needs to get in full color, paper glory.
David Huerta 522 1 year ago
Essential Product Management Books
No one tells you how to become a Product Manager. These are the books I've found to be extremely useful to ship awesome stuff.
Brad Dickason 1689 1 year ago
Books To Base Your Life Upon
There is no better way to gain the knowledge you need to become who you want to be than reading good books. These are the ones that have guided me over the years
Joao Eira 295 1 year ago
The books that have been enlightening... a short list
Victoria Campbell 247 1 year ago
Favorite Non-Fiction Books
From business to design and everything in between
Zach Cole 945 1 year ago
Back in the day, these books used to scare the crap outta me!
Aleksandar Stanisic 784 1 year ago
Books For Non-Technical Startup Folks
These books will help you get a job with a startup, or advance your career if you're already working with one.
Jon Sterling 3148 1 year ago
52 Books in 52 Weeks
Read what I'm reading!
Brian Wrightson 1105 1 year ago
Kids books to keep
Off the beaten path books with big ideas, charismatic characters, inspiring stories that make parents happy, too
Ellen Pao 1122 1 year ago
Design For Non-Designers
Looking to improve your design skills? Or even just work with designers better? It's easier than you think to get started and this stuff will help get your feet wet!
Al Abut 1785 1 year ago
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Jakub Nowaczyk 238 1 year ago
Innovator's Must Read
Here are a few of the books I suggest you consider reading on your path to being an Innovator.
David McKnight 424 1 year ago
Amazing books you should read
Matt 250 1 year ago
Books that I've read and would recommend to everyone.
Brian C 1380 1 year ago
If you need a description for "books", this truly is the collection for you!
Heath Stewart 249 1 year ago
Interested in the brain? Here are the books that have inspired me over the past few years.
Jared Seehafer 234 1 year ago
Books for the Entrepreneur
We all have to start somewhere. While there's no substitute for learning through experience, you can at least give yourself a head start by learning from others.
Kevin Rochowski 263 1 year ago
Behavioral finance books
Why we act, buy, and do the things we do
Erik Bosrup 245 1 year ago
You are what you read.
Andy Sparks 321 1 year ago
my favorite Books
"Every interesting person has a story..." The Glass Castle
Angela M 253 1 year ago
Books I've read and love.
Todd Sherman 333 1 year ago
Books for Entrepreneurs
There are a lot of business books out there, but these are the ones that are actually worth it. I own all of these in hardcopy (in some cases multiple copies so I can give them away) and considering them important reference works in my business library.
Danielle Morrill 2844 1 year ago
My main area of expertise in Fantasy and Science Fiction, but I have included some must reads in other genres.
Julianna Hensey 256 1 year ago
you pick the categories
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The Battle of Alcazar by E.W. Bovill
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Spent: Sex, Evolution, and Consumer Behavior (9780143117230): Geoffrey Miller: Books
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Ikigai eBook: Sebastian Marshall: Kindle Store
Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 2nd Edition (9780321344755): Steve Krug: Books
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The Launch Pad: Inside Y Combinator, Silicon Valley's Most Exclusive School for Startups (9781591845294): Randall Stross: Books
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High Output Management (9780679762881): Andrew S. Grove: Books
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