The Nerd’s Guide to Reading

My never-ending hunt for new books to read continues, and the latest find is a goldmine: The Nerd’s Guide to Reading. How do I know it’s fantastic? Many of the books that I’ve already read are among my all-time favorites, so I’m thinking that the rest are worthy of consideration.

Genres include popular science, history, classics, fantasy, and science fiction. It seems like I’ll never have enough time to read everything I’ve added to my list lately, but I think that’s actually pretty wonderful.

Science Fiction – A Nerd’s Guide to Reading

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A Web Whiteboard

Here’s another tool for your digital toolbox: a quick, web-based whiteboard that works on everything I throw at it, whether it’s a tablet, desktop computer, or mobile phone. If your device or computer can handle HTML5, you should be set.

I love the simplicity, utility, and the way that it just plain works.

Touch. Draw. Share. A Web Whiteboard is touch-friendly online whiteboard app that lets you use your computer, tablet or smartphone to easily draw sketches, collaborate with others and share them with …

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Voices of a Distant Star

This short, one-off OVA #anime blew me away when I found that it was done by one person using a PowerMac G4. It combines typical mecha battle themes with a long-distance romance, but the art and visionary sci-fi world is what impressed me most. Highly recommended.

Voices of a Distant Star – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A middle-school girl named Mikako Nagamine is recruited to the UN Space Army in a war against a group of aliens called the Tarsians, named after the Martian region (Tharsis) where they we…

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