Books? What books? Do we have any books in this house?

I live in a house occupied by two grad students with somewhat arcane interests. Do you suppose we have any books? Better question—do you suppose we have them organized in any useful way? Even better question—do you suppose we even have shelf space for all of them?

Dr. Decker apparently has had a similar problem, and recommends a solution to at least part of the issue. I tried out a demo of Delicious Library at some point in the past—maybe I’ll actually buy the thing and get it going for real over the break…


3 Responses to “Books? What books? Do we have any books in this house?”

  1. 1 Anna 13 December 2007 at 2:55 pm

    I, for one, have never seen a book in your house.

  2. 2 Richard Barrett 13 December 2007 at 8:40 pm

    I actually don’t believe in reading. I hate books.


  1. 1 Mmmmm, Delicious « Leitourgeia kai Qurbana: Contra den Zeitgeist Trackback on 20 December 2007 at 3:27 pm

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