In which I go to the bookstore

I took a detour on the way home from the office tonight and hit the Westwood Borders book store. My half-step-sister-in-law gave me a gift card for Christmas that’s been burning a hole in my wallet, and I’ve got a long weekend of reading ahead of me. Here’s what I grabbed:

I’m going to have to start doing some serious writing soon. It seems like lately I’ve just been posting list after list!

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  1. I’m reading this too – it’s a little dense for my tastes but it’s better than reading a Statistics test book. I just finished the early chapter about the problem of the 3 doors from Let’s Make a Deal and why it makes sense to switch your door selection after the host opens one of the doors. I thought that little section made the dry pages leading up to that point all worthwhile. Does it get better?

    The last semi-cerebral book I read (but much simpler in my opinion) was Outliers:
    Check it out if you haven’t.

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