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Wil Wheaton’s Geek in Review: Five Books Every Geek Should Read 6 July 2007

Posted by chrisfontenot in books.
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I found a list of books that Wil Wheaton suggested every geek should read. Unfortunately the list was posted at a site that I don’t feel comfortable linking to nor referencing so I copied the condensed version here in the case that I actually remember when it comes time to read something new. I guess I could include a link to digg where I actually found the original link.

The list:

I, Robot
Author: Isaac Asimov
Published: 1950

Neuromancer
Author: William Gibson
Published: 1984

Ringworld
Author: Larry Niven
Published: 1970

The Hacker Crackdown
Author: Bruce Sterling
Published: 1992

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Author: Douglas Adams
Published: 1979

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Comments»

1. Dee - 18 June 2010

Chris,
Where are you from??

Dee - 18 June 2010

Where did you graduate??

2. chrisfontenot - 14 September 2012

I haven’t been a good blogger in the past two years apparently. Sorry for that. I am from Southeast Texas and graduated from PNG.


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