I am doing a variation of spaced learning with the books I am currently reading. It flows almost naturally, since three of them have similar (economic) premises:
- The production of money – I think I first heard of it by an email from Verso Books.
- The Age of Em – this one popped into my twitter stream somehow.
- New York 2140 – this one thanks to the imaginary worlds podcast.
- Inside the Python Virtual Machine – to add some variety.
I highly enjoyed reading the first three. Last week I was switching between them every hour (I was on vacation and got a lot of downtime and reading time). Not that I did not like the fourth one, but the first three make a nice economics spaghetti.
And thus concludes a short blog post after some silence.