Wednesday, March 18, 2015

(Some) Books That Seem Important To Me

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Have an image of a stack of books. They are all worth writing about, in contexts that may be surprising. That one on the bottom? SPAM NATION was a recommended purchase in Just Buy Spam Nation. It became a best-seller, which had nothing to do with my efforts (this site only gets a few hundred hits per month), but because Brian Krebs rocks, in terms of consumer security. Which is why I recommend his site. Pardon me, but I seem unable to force my fingers to type 'Blogroll'. It ranks right up there with 'Blogosphere', in terms of suckage.

I mentioned some of these in Four Books on Order, back on March 9.



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