These are busy times. I've hardly had time to read, and have only read Couplands new book, "All families are phychotic". I like most of Couplands books, and this one is no different. All the books are different, yet share the same style of writing, which although sometimes being on the verge of becoming too "chic", is always refreshing.
At work I'm becoming more and more involved in non-coding stuff, and although I've always thought that was a thing to avoid, it's currently quite interesting, and is a nice variation, although I fear the price will be paid along the road in terms on missing product development.
Today I bought Monty Pythons complete set of Flying Circus shows on dvd. Although I just had to buy it, at the same time I felt ripped off at the shameless prices they asked for it. I mean, how can a work that has been sold and resold so many countless time, continue to be sold at almost-as-new prices?