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Relax, and read a non-fiction book

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jcdrisc
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jcdrisc   3/26/2011 9:22:03 AM
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I am curious about the new NookColour reader from Barnes and Noble. Bill Schweber, what can you say about this ? Does look good to me ! Will still retain my large book library, but is this a contender ??

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Sheetal.Pandey   3/22/2011 1:56:17 AM
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Books are best friends for human beings. Instead of talking to strangers or keeping mind idle I guess it best to read.

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BicycleBill   3/20/2011 8:13:53 PM
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I'm adding one more excellent book which I should have included in the original list above: "From Eternity to Here: The Quest for the Ultimate Theory of Time" by Sean Carroll; a fascinating look at the meaning of time, why it only goes forward (we think), and what does that even mean. Really makes you think.

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