I commute to and from work, which involves busses and trains transfers and other general distractions, and while I really enjoy reading on this commute, I can't sink my teeth into heavier books that require a ton of concentration to comprehend and follow (I save those for the weekends). I have found that lighter books with shorter chapters and engaging storylines are easiest to read in this atmosphere. What are your recommendations? [more inside]
What are some of your favorite self-help audio books available on MP3?
Is there a book in the same vein as Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything, only covering history instead of science?
Is there a book in the same vein as Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything, only covering history instead of science? [more inside]
I've just accepted a full time (telecommuting, FWIW) position with a Fortune 50 company. What are some must-read business books? [more inside]