June 9, 2017 - 2 minutes
What is it?
Earlier this week, in my boredom I decided to visit the public library here in Minneapolis. I found that it was actually a really nice place to be, very quiet and a lot of good books that are not always publicly available online. I made a git repo of my recordings here. But whenever I complete an audio book I will also mention it on this blog. When I am starting to read a new book I will also mention it on the previous blog posts relating to my audio book collection I am building; I will also write about why I wanted to read that book in the first place, and what I got out of it.
My reading list
Here are the books I currently have in my queue to read:
- The War of National Liberation, by Joseph Stalin
- A Critique of Soviet Economy, by Mao Zedong
- Marxism and the National Question, by Joseph Stalin
- And He Built a Crooked House, by Robert Heinlein
- How I Became Stupid, by Martin Page
About the collection
The books I am reading are not going to be modern, that way I can legally release the books. I want to release the audiobook collection under a Free Culture license, so the books I will be reading will be mostly unemcumbered.
Most of these are going to be political/philisophical, but I will have a mix of different subjects in this collection.
Want me to read a book?
You can send me the title and a short reason why I should read the book, just send it to bkeys at bkeys dot org and I would be glad to read your request.