Posted on Monday, March 16th, 2009 at 12:48 am
ไม่มีผู้ใดใหญ่เกินกรรม บางคนร่ำให้เมื่อเวลามาถึง แต่สำหรับบางคนยักใหล่แล้วรำพึง
‘รงค์ วงษ์สวรรค์ พญาอินทรีย์กางปีกโบยบินไปสู่สรวงสวรรค์แล้ว ณ นาฑีนี้!
Posted on Thursday, December 13th, 2007 at 3:58 am
One way to force yourself to read books in a regular manner is to set a rule, for example, three pages every night. DailyLit (http://www.dailylit.com/) provides another convenient to read a book regularly by using email. You can choose a book you want to read, the frequency of email, and your destination email address. Then, DailyLit will send you the content of the book in email, chapter by chapter, to your email address with the preferred frequency. More over, you can stop the DailyLit sending, for example, when you’re going to take a vacation and cannot access your email account. You can find many good free books from DailyLit or some cheap pay-per-read book
My recent reading list is “Crime and Punishment”, you can see, the email frequency must be very slow. Well, Dostoyevsky is something hard to digest.
Posted on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007 at 1:37 am
Borders is going to close all book stores in UK, including those in Australia and New Zealand. Well, it certainly includes the Borders at Jam Factory in Melbourne, which is one of my favorite book store when I spent my life there. The place was my “no-place-to-go” place and where I bought most of my books, including the whole set of TAOCP. I always hope that I will revisit there when I’ve a chance to go to Melbourne again, but it seems to be a forever hope now….
Farewell my beloved book store, I will miss you every time I read.
Posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2007 at 3:00 am