- Totes les col·leccions (10,471), La teva biblioteca (6,348), Llegit, però no el tinc (4,130), Llegint actualment (82), Per llegir (3,482), Howese (3,210), Storage (109), Office (787), Electronic book (2,046), On Loan (13), AEO (32), Lost or Missing or Never to be Returned (169), Bethesda (76), Preferits (200), Llista de desitjos (41)
- read in Pittsburgh (2,788), sold (1,679), fantasy (1,527), donated (1,489), science fiction (1,458), read in grad school (Madison) (1,432), mystery (1,061), read in Santa Fe (grad student / post-doc) (1,028), returned (917), series mystery (819), comics (805), history (748), audiobook (571), reviewed (506), read in college (491), library (484), horror (430), read in Ann Arbor (post-doc) (421), philosophy (382), historical fiction (373), statistics (338), popular science (322), guilty pleasures (314), contemporary fantasy (289), space opera (283), romance (277), read in high school (265), short stories (261), gave up (255), economics (252), mathematics (248), history of ideas (222), amateur sleuths (211), physics (201), 20th century history (200), history of science (199), superheroes (191), cultural criticism (188), popular social science (185), psychology (184), historical mystery (181), literary fiction (178), thriller (175), China (168), early modern history (160), historical fantasy (156), stochastic processes (154), New York (154), biology (153), Central Asia (149), ancient history (145), memoirs (144), philosophy of science (143), affectionate parody (142), American history (141), psycho killers (139), photos (138), statistical theory (134), Markov models (132), military science fiction (131), the progressive forces (129), art book (128), sociology (128), fantasy epic (125), poems (122), Europe (120), Afghanistan (117), read as a boy (115), travelers' tales (115), psychoceramics (109), 19th century history (106), literary criticism (105), dynamical systems (104), swords and sorcery (102), meddling private investigators (100), review copy (100), lives of the scientists (98), police procedural (97), London (96), political philosophy (96), India (96), statistical mechanics (95), advanced probability (93), parallel worlds (93), vampires (93), cognitive science (91), by people I know (90), social life of the mind (88), Cthulhiana (87), art history (87), Marxism (87), occult mystery (87), crime fiction (87), debunking (87), evolutionary biology (86), satire (86), political economy (85), Communism (85), parody (83), US politics (82), Italy (82), social science methodology (82), world history (82), alternate history (81), information theory (81), machine learning (81), USSR (79), science fantasy (78), ethics (77), epistemology (76), imperialism (76), warrior women (75), anthropology (74), maniacal cultists (73), complexity (73), neuroscience (73), Christianity (72), time series (71), spy stories (71), economic history (69), democracy (68), hard science fiction (68), socialism (66), something about America (66), archaeology (66), theoretical biology (65), data analysis (64), what's gone wrong with America (64), finance (64), history of philosophy (64), sea stories (63), southern California (63), lives of the scholars (63), apocalypse fiction (62), lives of the artists (62), ancient Greece (61), high fantasy (61), Japan (61), begun in grad school (60), institutions (60), collective cognition (60), European history (60), ergodic theory (59), social theory (59), diabolical conspiracies (58), mundanes in wonderland (58), becoming post-human (58), self-organization (58), alien invasion (58), hard-boiled (58), Islamic civilization (57), networked life (56), post-apocalyptic (56), the French Disease (56), time travel (56), dragons (56), urban fantasy (56), stochastic modeling (55), England (55), social networks (55), Pittsburgh (54), the Enlightenment (54), regression (54), apocalypticism (53), inequality (53), architecture (52), literary essays (52), New Mexico (51), defenses of liberalism (51), the American dilemma (51), teaching: statistics of inequality and discrimination (51), historical materialism (50), cozy mystery (50), the matter of Middle Earth (49), clerical mystery (48), programming (48), learning theory (47), Napoleonic wars (47), lives of the writers (47), outbreaks from the dungeon dimensions (47), modernity (47), liberalism (47), chaos (46), dying Earth (46), the great transformation (46), history of technology (46), food (46), alien contact (46), scientific revolution (45), cybernetics (45), screwball (45), mythology (45), pattern formation (45), the running dogs of reaction (44), textbooks I'd teach from (44), slayers (44), American South (44), cultural evolution (44), fascism (44), computer science (43), criticism of criticism of criticism (43), philosophical psychology (43), linguistics (43), vengeance is mine! (43), zombies (42), secret history (42), the Renaissance (42), New England (42), ghosts (42), Roman Empire (42), prediction (42), revolution (42), diffusions (42), racism (42), medieval history (42), musical obsessions (41), education (41), Tang Dynasty (41), malevolent mind control (41), alien artifacts (41), logic (41), social history (40), intellectual history (40), estimation (40), statistical inference for stochastic processes (40), history of religion (40), causal inference (40), cellular automata (40), data mining (39), pragmatism (39), smut (39), fee for manuscript review (39), bounded rationality (39), asymptotic statistics (39), werewolves (38), journeys to the underworld (38), philosophical essays (38), Discworld (38), visions of American decline (38), western (38), Maine (38), upstate New York (37), the Silk Road (37), improbable human-alien relations (37), laptop (37), networks (37), ancient Rome (37), mathematical biology (37), ecology (36), non-parametrics (36), Washington (36), intrepid reporters (36), graphical models (36), political science (36), economics of imperfect competition (36), Antarctica (36), ethnography (36), forensic mystery (35), medieval Eurasian history (35), the sorcerer's apprenticeship (35), evolutionary psychology (35), hypothesis testing (35), electronic freebie (35), spirits of places (35), essays (35), coming of age (35), moral psychology (35), race (35), projects: in Soviet Union optimization problem solves you (34), tart noir (34), 18th century history (34), theoretical computer science (34), dreamlands (34), econometrics (34), history of manners and morals (34), Native American history (34), haunted house (33), poetry (33), collective social behavior (33), distributed systems (33), tiresome (33), artificial intelligence (33), feminism (33), history of tastes (33), practices relating to the transmission of genetic information (33), human evolution (32), R (32), scientist fiction (32), intellectuals in politics (32), natural philosophy (32), fairy tales retold (32), the Cold War (32), connectionism (32), Chinoiserie (32), noir (32), campus novel (32), resurrections gone awry (32), causality (31), demons (31), Florida (31)
- Núvol d'etiquetes, Núvol d'autors, Mirall d'etiquetes
- S'ha unit
- Jun 5, 2006
- Real Name
- Cosma Shalizi
- About My Library
- This is (or will be, when I finish adding books) the union of what I own with what I've read since 1994 or so. Some of what I've returned to libraries, sold, given away, etc., is marked as such.
Rating is sporadic and approximate. Roughly: 5 = "personal favorite; you must read this, at least if you're me"; 4 = very good (either for entertainment or instruction). 3.5 = good but not very good. 3 = OK, not painful. 2 = bad. 1 = horrible.
Reviews are links to my website.
Tagging is sporadic, not particularly consistent, and opinionated.
Reading and purchase dates are only sporadically entered. Many are approximate, because I only recorded month or academic year. (Yes, it's probably OCD-spectrum to record the date in the first place.)
- About Me
- Weblog: Three-Toed Sloth, http://bactra.org/weblog/
- Shadyside, Pittsburgh, PA
- Pàgina d'inici
- Also On
- Ara mateix l'estic llegint
- Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice, and the Bounds of Rationality (Cambridge Studies in Public Opinion and Political de Arthur LupiaRace and the Invisible Hand: How White Networks Exclude Black Men from Blue-Collar Jobs (George Gund Foundation Book in de Deirdre A. RoysterMathematical Foundations of Infinite-Dimensional Statistical Models (Cambridge Series in Statistical and Probabilistic Mathematics) de Evarist GinéThe Rain Wilds Chronicles: Dragon Keeper, Dragon Haven, City of Dragons, and Blood of Dragons de Robin HobbReal Analysis: Measure Theory, Integration, and Hilbert Spaces (Princeton Lectures in Analysis Book 3) de Elias M. SteinA Journal of the Plague Year, written by a citizen who continued all the while in London de Daniel DefoeStochastic Epidemic Models with Inference (Mathematical Biosciences Subseries Book 2255) de Tom BrittonStatistical Inference via Convex Optimization (Princeton Series in Applied Mathematics Book 69) de Anatoli JuditskyThe Devil in History: Communism, Fascism, and Some Lessons of the Twentieth Century de Vladimir TismaneanuStochastic Epidemic Models with Inference (Lecture Notes in Mathematics vol. 2255, Mathematical Biosciences Subseries) de Tom BrittonDecentralized Control of Complex Systems (Dover Books on Electrical Engineering) de Dragoslav D. SiljakPolitical Junkies: From Talk Radio to Twitter, How Alternative Media Hooked Us on Politics and Broke Our Democracy de Claire Bond Potter7 Rules of Power: Surprising--but True--Advice on How to Get Things Done and Advance Your Career de Jeffrey PfefferDesigning for Democracy: How to Build Community in Digital Environments (Oxford Studies in Digital Politics) de Jennifer ForestalConfidence, Likelihood, Probability: Statistical Inference with Confidence Distributions (Cambridge Series in Statistical and Probabilistic Mathematics Book 41) de Tore Schweder
- Autors preferits
- Eric Ambler, Stanislav Andreski, Stanislaw Andrzejewski, V. I. Arnold, W. Ross Ashby, Iain Banks, Jacques Barzun, Greg Bear, John Tyler Bonner, Raymond Boudon, Samuel Bowles, Ernest Bramah, Lois McMaster Bujold, Italo Calvino, William H. Calvin, Andrea Camilleri, L. Sprague de Camp, Karel Čapek, Lauren Henderson, C. J. Cherryh, Arthur C. Clarke, Norman Cohn, Evan S. Connell, Frederick C. Crews, E. E. Cummings, Avram Davidson, Daniel C. Dennett, Joan Didion, Lord Dunsany, Greg Egan, Barbara Ehrenreich, Harlan Ellison, Warren Ellis, Jon Elster, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Anne Fadiman, John M. Ford, Anatole France, Neil Gaiman, John Kenneth Galbraith, Ernest Gellner, Andy Goldsworthy, Larry Gonick, Martin H. Greenberg, Ursula K. Le Guin, Robert van Gulik, Ian Hacking, Jane Haddam, J. B. S. Haldane, Sparkle Hayter, P. C. Hodgell, Marshall G. S. Hodgson, Barry Hughart, Robert Hughes, Shirley Jackson, Russell Jacoby, William James, Steven Johnson, James Joll, Diana Wynne Jones, Mark Kac, Wendy Kaminer, Rosemary Kirstein, Philip Kitcher, Leszek Kolakowski, Paul Krugman, Jane Langton, Larry Laudan, Stanisław Lem, John Leonard, Laura Lippman, H. P. Lovecraft, Ken MacLeod, William Leonard Marshall, Patricia A. McKillip, Robin McKinley, William McNeill, P. B. Medawar, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Christopher Moore, Franco Moretti, Philip Morrison, Joseph Needham, Friedrich Nietzsche, Patrick O'Brian, Heinz R. Pagels, Robert Pinsky, Katha Pollitt, Karl Popper, William Poundstone, Richard Powers, Terry Pratchett, W. V. Quine, I. A. Richards, Phil Rickman, David Ruelle, Bertrand Russell, Will Shetterly, Herbert A. Simon, Karin Slaughter, John Maynard Smith, Jonathan D. Spence, Dan Sperber, L. Susan Stebbing, Aurel Stein, Bruce Sterling, Peter Straub, Stephen Edelston Toulmin, Yi-Fu Tuan, Catherynne M. Valente, Jack Vance, Paula Volsky, Voltaire, Arthur Waley, Jill Paton Walsh, Norbert Wiener, Walter Jon Williams, William Carlos Williams, Connie Willis, Arthur T. Winfree, Roger Zelazny, Hans Zinsser
- Preferits locals
Llibreries: Aunt Agatha's, Avol's Bookstore, Caliban Bookshop, Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeehouse, Dawn Treader Book Shop, Moe's Books, Nicholas Potter, Bookseller, Shaman Drum, The Other Change of Hobbit, University Press Books
Biblioteques: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh -- Main (Oakland), Doe Library - University of California, Berkeley, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library - University of Michigan, International House Library, University of California, Berkeley, University of Wisconsin - Madison - Memorial Library
- Interesting Library
- amira, ariddell, arthegall, asarwate, AsYouKnow_Bob, bowers, CapitainImperio, cyneller, DrTao, elizabethleewilmer, EmreSevinc, FRCNRS3409, gregfromgilbert, helendewitt, hyndman, idlethink, igus, j.a.lesen, jbdelong, JeannineHallGailey, jedharris, jeremyfreese, JohnAGoldsmith, kiplet, knepveu, languagehat, leememorin2006, lemniscate, marthawells, Maurice_Joost, neurolibrary, pdturney, rpuchalsky, siow, tbmurphy, TimothyBurke, TomSlee, tori_alexander