I’m quite happy with my progress: more books read, with subjects like astronomy, history, time management and sci-fi. Let’s get to them.
Following my first post on books between the first quadrimester (Jan-Apr), here’s the list for May-Aug. There’s also a post on the books I read read during 2014.
I didn’t read as much as I wanted… but being able to measure how much I’m reading is nice, and I’m coming up with ways to improve on that, e.g. don’t read a book on Haskell and a treatise on Memory written by a historian in parallel.
(I’ve recently discovered that quadrimester is sometimes used as a synonym for quarter in english. Well. In 2016 I might try breaking it into Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4.)
I have a lot of books.
I’ve finally decided to organize my collection and keep track of what I read. In this post, I’ll list the books I read since January — or at least an approximation given by the email confirmations of the ebooks I bought, my memory and the ones in my bookshelf. I also divided them in sections. Papers are included as well.