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About meI'm a thirty-five year old system administrator and information security professional residing on the eastern seaboard of the United States. I'm also a raging bibliomaniac. I read voraciously, often on the order of three or four books every week, and that's if I'm busy. I'm also rather lazy when it comes to writing reviews of books...
About my libraryMy library is as eclectic as my interests. I've books books on computers, programming, electronics, magick and the occult, hacking, phreaking, history, anthropology, sociology, religion, physics, chemistry, and engineering. I also have paperbacks stacked two deep and two high on my shelves (much to the chagrin of my partner). We give one another bookshelves as birthday gifts. My tastes in fiction run to science fiction (hard and soft), some modern fantasy, and whatever else looks interesting. I have a habit of going to used bookstores, filling up the trunk of my car, and then forgetting to read what I've bought.
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