Ultralearning, Scott H Young
if you are looking to tackle something foundationally important, this book gives you one solid approach.
it’s mostly common sense.
but common sense that is laid out in a really logical manner.
i learnt to plan my project, that hard learning is normal, that failure is normal, and that persistence is a prerequisite.
all critical things, since learning no longer “comes naturally” to me.)
Memories, Lang Leav
The Universe of Us, Lang Leav
(must read. Leav writes beautifully haunting poetry)
Dissent on Aadhaar, compilation, Reetika Khera (editor)
(must read. this insightful, erudite read, tackles the various issues of Aadhaar on multiple levels, with multiple experts from various fields, voicing their concern.
if you want to know, why Big Brother is Bad Business, why Aadhaar is a bad idea and what its fallout c(w)ould be, this is the book to read)
Learning Python, Mark Lutz
(this was a text book I needed to read to learn programming. loved it.)