These days I am spending a lot of time reading new books (Sitting on the floors of starmark, scanning different books, is fun). This Saturday I spent almost 2 hours scanning the business books. I am reading a lot about usability these days. Apart from sharing the ideas at almost9months.com, I am reading following books this month:
- Don’t make me think:
I am done with it. You can get a summary of it at http://www.amazon.com/review/R2RD7UWC4FFBUL.
- The Starfish and the Spider by Ori Brafman and Rod A. Beckstrom:
It was little hard read for initial pages but later it is a smooth ride. Good for a tech person as it has examples from tech world. You can read some of the reviews to get more about it.
- Why We Buy: The Science Of Shopping by Paco Underhill:
Just read some pages. Good. I also say another book by the same author, call of the mall.
- Information Architecture for the World Wide Web
Designing Large-scale Web Sites by By Louis Rosenfeld & Peter Morville:
I am loving this book. It needs time but surely an authority book for all web developers.
- Purple cow Vs How would you move mount Fuji
This is good book. I liked many of his books. I read few more at starmarks this Saturday. I may not read this book this month as I am loving “How Would You Move Mount Fuji? Microsoft’s Cult of the Puzzle – How the World’s Smartest Company Selects the Most Creative Thinkers”.
So I may not be able to blog this month as well. I have some post under draft, “You feel frustrated when you are frustrated“, “a webby advice for airtel“, “Soon I will be meeting Anil Ambani” and some more. Have a great Monday!