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Here is a partial list of some books (non-technical) that have had a big influence on the way I think, observe, and interpret my world. (It is by no means an inventory of my library). This will probably remain rather primitive because I would rather read books than write on my website about them.

Don Quixote (Cervantes), Naked Lunch (Burroughs), I write what I like (Steve Biko), Miracle of Mindfulness (Thich Naht Hanh), Miles Davis Autobiography (I know it is somewhat inaccurate, but I like it anyway), Clarance Darrow Autobiography (one sided, but what do you expect), Snow dog and Wild trek (Jim Kjelgaard--- cheesy I know, but I was a kid once too), A farewell to arms (Hemmingway), anything by Twain, Young Goodman Brown (Hawthorn), A man in the crowd (Poe), War is a force that gives us meaning (Hedges), The Quixote (Borges), Enquiry concerning human understanding (Hume), Ideas and opinions (Einstein);