Ok. First entry.
I am ill, tired, I've got a headache and my English sucks.
Here we go.
I just began "Islands in the net" from Bruce Sterling yesterday. Pretty cool, readable, not like William Gibson whose books IMHO sucks.
But, for the little I read, it seems to me that Sterling is a little too optimistic; this is first impression, so I might change. This week-end, I also read "Animal Farm" from George Orwell, which is a little book, this is a "metaphore" about a democracy turning into a dictatorship. Go read it.
My TOREAD list is like that : the 2nd book from Bret Easton Ellis, Huntington's "The Clash of civilizations", Tom Wolfe's "The right stuff", Orwell "1984", Stephenson's "Snow Crash", Meyer Levin's "Compulsion" and a book about Turing. And also "Amber" from Zelazny, too much time since I read it. And in IT books, I have "Java and XML" and "Java Servlet programming" from ORA and "The annotated XML Specification". More on this soon.
The weather is fine in Paris this afternoon, too warm, cause I am ill and I hate the heat when I am tired. Life sux. Cause I saw a groovy band called Sona Fariq live at the TV this week-end, and can't go out and buy the CD :( And not enough BW to wait with Napster.
And I can't play Quake III anymore for the moment, it just gives me more headaches.
In two days, I will be fine, I hope.
Ok, I'm tired, EOT