Reading Log, 2022
Jess Thomson, reflecting on the effect Goodreads has had on her reading hobby.
A look back at 2021 through books.
Automated reading log entries using Github Actions.
Indie bookstores and how they’re coping with the pandemic, illustrated by Bob Eckstein
Louis Menand on interpreting the politics of Jane Austen and her work.
A meditation on how books rewire our brains and give us shelter so we can flourish.
Nimit Shah on how they visualized their history of reading.
Sally Rooney’s short story prequel for Normal People.
Austin Kleon’s advice for reading during this pandemic.
Notes from my experiments with the Semiotic dataviz library.
(Almost) everything I read in 2019.
Lisa Maria Martin wrote a book that should be required reading for all folks who build the web.
Joe Pinsker looks for the factors that create avid readers.
The Strong Feelings folks interview author R.O. Kwon.
RIP, Rachel Held Evans.
Books I finished in 2018.
Observations on a late-model Kindle Paperwhite.
A quote from Anne Lamott’s “Good Friday World”.
Rediscovering “Recovering the Classics”.
A few thoughts on Jason Fagone’s book, The Woman Who Smashed Codes.
Books I finished in 2017
A new illuminated version of the ESV, with illustrations by Dana Tanamachi.
My thoughts on Ethan Marcotte’s new book.
Some notes on Jason Santa Maria’s book.
Notes on the new book from Nicole Fenton and Kate Kiefer Lee.
My notes on Ethan Marcotte’s new book.