1. Tuesdays with Morrie - Alborn
    After I read this book I just wanted to talk with people and listen to their stories; appreciate my friends and family. People are awesome.
  2. The Art of the Infinite - Kaplan
    Simple pleasures in mathematical thinking.
  3. A Little History of the World - Gombrich
    So much had happened on this earth!
  4. A Profile of Mathematical Logic - DeLong
    A history of rational reasoning. Incredibly fun.
  5. Gödel, Escher, Bach - Hofstadter
    It's hard to sum this one up. And it's a tough book to chew. But it's your own struggling with its paradoxes and twisted logic that make it worth it.
  6. Thinking, Fast and Slow - Kahneman
    We really are each a society of mind. And we're so irrational all the time.
  7. Mindfulness in Plain English - Dharma
    If you look closely enough, and don't think about it, every moment is inherently beautiful.
  8. Information Theory - Pierce
    Makes you rethink what's really going on under the surface with talking, writing, and ideas.
  9. Algorithms - Manber
    The power of baby steps! Mathematical induction is fantastically useful: it can be used to reduce unwieldy problems into simple steps.