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Jan 9, 2016

Creator of the Evil Genius Chronicles blog and podcast
Interview starts at 10:47 and ends at 42:22

This idea that books are exempt from the rules of hoarding, that you’re supposed to be happy that you have walls and walls lined with these things? I don’t actually feel that. I feel that if I had one of those book scanners or if there was a program, if Google had a book buy-back program where I could trade them every paper copy I have for a digital copy, I would do that in a heartbeat with almost every book in this house. I would love that. That would be the greatest thing that ever happened to me. 
“Amazon’s New Kindle Trade-In Program Includes a $20 Credit Toward a New Kindle” by Nate Hoffelder at The Digital Reader - January 7, 2016
Details of Kindle Trade In program at
“Nook holiday sales plunge 25% to $41M as Barnes & Noble falls further behind Amazon Kindle” by Todd Bishop at GeekWire - January 7, 2016
“, Inc.’s Best-Selling Product in 2015” by Steve Symington at the Motley Fool - January 4, 2016
Psychotherapeutic Reiki: A Holistic Body-Mind Approach to Psychotherapy by Richard R. Curtin Jr. Click here for paperback version published via CreateSpace
“Ford partners with Amazon to connect cars with homes” by Marco della Cava at USA Today - January 5, 2016
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I am posting daily at my Instagram account as my wife and I continue an experiment in urban living without owning a car. So far so good. Denver turns out to have lots of transportation options that we are learning how to use efficiently. 
Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named "Well, You Needn't." This version is "Ra-Monk" by Eval Manigat on the "Variations in Time: A Jazz Persepctive" CD by Public Transit Recording" CD. 
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