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[–]ALL-D 3 points4 points ago

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I'm reading through the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, which isn't something I would normally read, but it was recommended and has been pretty good so far.

I also finally went through this wonderful book! I picked it up a couple months ago and forgot to ever read it.

[–]you_may_die[S] 1 point2 points ago

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ooh I like the cover art on the one you linked!

[–]toasthaste 2 points3 points ago

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yeah iirc dune takes a bit to pick up but then it Prety Good Nice

im not reading anything rn even tho i have a huge backlog, but I still like talkin bout books >_>

[–]you_may_die[S] 2 points3 points ago

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maybe next time i'll set it up with like a weekly question kind of thing because yeah not everyone's reading a book all the time and also for those of us who aren't particularly voracious readers there could be a lot of "still reading x as i have been for the last 6 weeks" comments

[–]trimalchio 2 points3 points ago

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i read about linux this week because things were broken. i should read a book.

[–]you_may_die[S] 2 points3 points ago

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I'm thinking of tracking down a book on vba (i'm v good at excel but have no coding experience) at the library to bring to the office

[–]trimalchio 2 points3 points ago

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i learned coding stuff on visual basic back on version 6; it was nice to do drag and drop gui interfaces and it was cool being able to build useful windows apps quickly, learning it to help make whatever you do in excel more useful could be good.

that said, microsoft = ew

[–]Detective 1 point2 points ago

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still reading Settlers, considering Silent Spring next