Book Review: Thank You For Being Late by Thomas Friedman

For the past 15 years, Tom Friedman has been writing books explaining the changes of our world to his generational cohort - the Baby Boomers.  His latest installment, Thank You For Being Late is attracting all the expected approbation from the punditocracy.  It was named one of the Wall Street Journal’s “10 books to read now” … Continue reading Book Review: Thank You For Being Late by Thomas Friedman

I Should Have Loved This Book, But I Didn’t: A Review of “Ready Player One”

Full disclosure:  I am a Gen Xer.  An 80s geek-child. I spent my teen years as a Trek loving, comics collecting, D&D playing, all-things-Spielberg fanboy.  I geeked out on EPCOT’s Spaceship Earth (the original ride, with the Walter Cronkite voiceover).  I saw the original Dune in theaters and liked it.  When other kids went out … Continue reading I Should Have Loved This Book, But I Didn’t: A Review of “Ready Player One”

Monthly Mini-Reviews: books by Joel Osteen, Will Durant, Miles Unger, and CS Lewis

52 books this year - that’s my goal. If you’ve been following on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook, you know that I check in with a photo each time I complete a book.  It’s turning out to be an interesting little community project - I delight in the commentary that follows each book selection.   Over … Continue reading Monthly Mini-Reviews: books by Joel Osteen, Will Durant, Miles Unger, and CS Lewis