Vacation Reading 2012

Every year, I’ve brought a stack of reading material to read while camping and loved it.  This year’s trip was a little different, and I didn’t quite get the three or four days at the very start to just read/sleep.

That said, I did manage to get some good reading in – all in forms of audiobooks, except the two magazines.

I was especially pleased to be able to read all three books in William Gibson’s Sprawl trilogy : Neuromancer (1984), Count Zero (1986), and Mona Lisa Overdrive (1988)   Masterful.

Then I read Kevin Mitnik‘s Ghost in the Wires, a retelling of his adventures on the run.

Along the same topical lines was the dead-tree summer 2012 edition of 2600 Magazine, and the July 2012 edition of Scientific American.

The last book I read, and I’ll admit to feeling a little guilty as I listen to all audiobooks at double-speed was Buddhism for Busy People by David Michie.

I also listened to a half-dozen or so podcasts between books.  Which reminds me.. I have a post about podcasts to finish somewhere…

More on the vacation.. when it’s over. ;-)