From print books to the Kindle: My evolution

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Print books have always been a source of comfort for me. When I was a child, I was an avid reader right down to the large selection of hardbound classics handed down to me from my grandmother. Reading was also a favorite pastime when I was growing. In college, I was an English major finally sealing my fate with reading and the printed word.

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My summer 2017 reading list

federico-giampieri-87977I’m looking forward to this summer because I have some planned downtime and look forward to catching up on my reading while I’m poolside.

Here are the books I’m planning on reading this summer:

  • The Amazon Way on IoT by John Rossman so I can learn more about Amazon’s approach to the Internet of Things (IoT).
  • Stop Boring Me! by Kathy Klotz-Guest because I’d love to be able to write funny someday.
  • Lovability by Brian De Haaf because I’ve been reading De Haaf’s LinkedIn posts for a while and interested in seeing how he expands his thoughts about company building in a longer form work.
  • The Darkening Web by Alexander Klimburg because my current job does touch on some cybersecurity soIlike to stay informed.
  • Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull & Amy Wallace has been sitting on my iPad for a while and I’m looking forward to having the time to read it this summer.

What books are you reading this summer?’

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