The regular list
If you like to trade books, try BookMooch.
cfk has bookflurries on Weds. nights
What are you reading? is crossposted to dailyKos
If you have ideas for future weeks, let me know (one idea from last week is Fiction vs. nonfiction, but not this week, as I will not be here to tend this much today)
I haven’t been doing that much reading, I’ve been busy with my series on Congress
Statistical models: Theory and practice by David Freedman. Delves into the details of models, without getting overly mathematical.
Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow. Impressive (as is the subject)
The Art of Mathematics by Bela Belobas. Interesting, easily stated math problems. For slow solving.
Biplots by Gower and Hand. Fascinating multivariate technique. An upcoming diary (maybe Sunday) will feature them.
Araminta Station by Jack Vance. Just started it, not sure if I will like it