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I agree, there a loads of crap books out there, but if only a fraction of them is good it should be sufficient. The main problem I think is that you already need to have the right attitude BEFORE reading such a book. People thinking they would gain the right attitude just by reading hundred of books will miserably fail. Second problem is that many people aren't able to "implement" stuff to practice. Mainly because humans are resisting to change. It is like all these boring New Years resolutions people are making. What I have seen so far, above points also apply to all these millions of trainings, seminars and courses. One book I can really recommend is 'The Power of Less'.
Was already mentioned several times here, also my favorite: http://www.logitech.com/en-us/keyboards/keyboard/devices/4740 very quiet, looks cool, not that expensive, i could speed up my typing considereably
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2010 on The Keyboard Cult at Coding Horror
Above metrics are bare numbers. I wonder, do you really subjectively feel a performance boost when doing computer intense work like programming (IDEs and compilation and running scripts on command-line are harddisk intense)?
Toggle Commented Sep 15, 2010 on Revisiting Solid State Hard Drives at Coding Horror
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