Favorite Books
My favorite books by genre. If you know of books you think I would like please email me their names.
Non - Fiction
Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere - Westbrook & O Ratti
Lost In Place: Growing up Absurd in Suburba - Mark Salzman
How to Play Go Series (9 books) -  Janice Kim
How to Want What you Have:
   Discoverying the Magic and Grandier of Ordinary Existence - Timothy Miller
The Age of Spiritual Machines - Ray Kurzwiel
The Spike - Damien Broderick
Chicken Soup for the Soul (and sequals)
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten - Robert Fulghum
Disorderly Conduct (very funny) - Rodney Jones
Cartoon History of the World
Surely You Must Be Joking Mr Feynman - Richard Feynman (available on tape too)
You Know What they Say... - A Kohn
Building Robots with Lego Mindstorms - Mario Ferrari
Lego Mindstorms Idea Book - Joe Nagata
The Art of War - Sun Tzu
Go Rin No Sho (Book of Five Rings) - Musashi
Powers of Ten
The Laws of Life
- Templeton
Aha! - Martin Gardener (puzzles)
101 Things You Don't Know About Science (and no one else does either) - Trefil
Ponzi Schemes, and other Popular delusions - Bulgatz
Its Getting Better All the Time - Moore, Simon
Sparks of Genius - Robert and Michele Root-Berstein
Mortgage Free - Rob Roy
The Fast Food Nation - Eric Schlosser
The Laws of Life - Templeton
Just for Fun - Linus Torvalds
The Promise - Oral B Brown
Freedom Writers - Erin Gruwell
There are no Shortcuts - Rafe Esquith
Educating Esme - Esme Codel
A Randome Walk Down Wallstreet - Burton Malkiel

Technical
Ruminations of a Numbers Man - John Allen Paulos
Calculated Risks: How to Know when Number Deceive You - Gerd Gigerenzer
Mathematical Go - Berlekamp and Wolfe
Patterns in Java - Mark Grand
Computer Graphics: Principals and Practice - Foley and VanDam
Design Patterns - Gang of Four
Algorithms - Robert Sedgewick  (Text I used in my high school computer class in 1986)
Java Development with Ant - Hatcher and Loughran
Mastering the JFC - Geary  (The best book on understanding Swing)
The Art of Computer Science - Donald Knuth
Thinking in Java - Bruce Eckel
The Millenium Problems - Keith Devlin
Head First Java - Good introduction
The Grammar of Graphics - Wilkensen
Advanced Engineering Mathematics - Kreyszig

Fiction
Musashi - Eiji Yoshikawa
Ninja, The Miko, and other books by Eric Van Lustbader
Sensei - David Charney
Shike: Last of the Zinja - Robert Shea
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Steven Chbosky
Mad Scientists Club (Junior Fiction)
The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho
Dave Barry Does Japan - Dave Barry
Holes - Louis Sachar
The Laughing Sutra - Mark Salzman
Narnia - C. S. Lewis
Jonathan Livingston Seagull - Richard Bach
Davinci Code - Dan Brown
Deception Point - Dan Brown
Tuesdays with Morrie - Mitch Album
The Taiko - Eiji Yoshikawa

Science Fiction
Contact - Carl Sagan
The Green Futures Of Tycho - William Sleater
Interstellar Pig - William Sleater
Enders Game - Orson Scott Card
Black Sun
Diaspora
- Greg Egan
Kindred
- Octavia Butler
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
- Douglas Adams

Fantasy
Hobbit, Ring Trilogy - J.R.R Tolkien
Bored of the Rings - Harvard Lampoon
The Chronicles of Thomas Covenent (10 books) - Stephen R. Donaldson
The Xanth Series (12 books) - Piers Anthony (and many others by him)

Childrens
Angry Moon
Picture Books by Richard Scary
The Giant Jam Sandwitch (or something like that)
The Raja's Rice - Dave Barry
Fortunately/Unfortinately
Ritchie Ritch comic books
Powers of Ten
Mad Scientists Club
- Bertrand Brinley


Books to read soon
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moving zen
I Robot
Life 2.0