This is a log of books that I’ve read, starting around late 2018 (i.e. the beginning of this blog).

This is a fascinating book. It does a good job of walking through a series of QM experiments which build on each other to arrive at some truly mind-bending conclusions. Doesn't attempt to teach you any of the math behind them, though, so I'm left more intrigued but similarly confused as when I started.
A short, clear, and to the point introduction to Godel's Poof - attributes that I appreciate even more now that I'm 300 pages into GEB.
Hofstadter's love of "strange loops" comes through clearly. His writing is whimsical, creative, and interesting. It's just... too... long.
  • Started 2019-09-29
  • Finished 2019-10-29
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I really liked this book, but it's too easy. It just touches the surface of many interesting topics before quickly moving on; I wish it went deeper. I suspect I'm not exactly the target audience. Either way, totally worth the read.
  • Started 2019-10-22
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