Well im not reading this for enjoyments sake, but rather to help me try and
munge some particularly flat data into a hierachical structure.
Its a good book, approaches the topic well and provides good examples
Ok so I finished Fools Errand, much faster than I thought I would. It was a
pretty good read. It sure killed time while I was waiting for laurel.
A Fortress of Grey Ice now. Its the second in the Sword in the Shadows
series. I enjoyed the first book, so Im sure ill enjoy this.
I finished the Bakers Boy today, and started on this instead. Its been a
while since ive read any Robin Hobb. It seems pretty good so far.
Nothing special, kinda funny, mostly harmless … a good way to till an hour
and a half, but not much more.
1 Don Brash (+1)
2 Peter Dunne (+4)
3 John Tamihere (-2)
4 Frank Hayden (-1)
5 Stephen Franks (-1)
6 Winston Peters (-1)
7 Gerry Brownlee (nc)
8 Mahara Okeroa (+2)
9 Rodney Hide (-1)
10 Helen Clark (-1)
Don Brash jumps to the number 1 Arsehat in the Country with his ridiculous
comment about bribing Maori to get Resouce consent.
“We already know from papers uncovered last year that some Maori approach
the RMA process with three simple rules: object, object and object again.
And we know form experience that there is usually a way around the
regulatory deadlock – it’s called koha.
We all better get used to that word, because we’ll all be using it a lot
more under this government.”
What a complete dickhead.
Peter Dunne leaps to number to with his moronic prattle about political
And Mahara Okeroa moves up to number 8, for his total disregard of his electorates feeings.
I was complaining to Joshua about how MARC is mental today. And he pointed
me at http://www.loc.gov/marc/umb/.
Which seems to be a pretty good explanation.
1 – John Tamihere
2 – Don Brash
3 – Frank Hayden
4 – Stephen Franks
5 – Winston Peters
6 – Peter Dunne
7 – Gerry Brownlee
8 – Rodney Hide
9 – Helen Clark
10 – Mahara Okeroa
I finished The barbed coil this morning. And im just about to start the
bakers boy tonight. I’m sure it will be a fun read
This was Ok, it was pretty formulaic, but often I don’t mind that in a comedy.
It suffered a few times with jokes that just werent funny. But for the most
part it was humourous.
Ive just started reading this one, it’s pretty good so far, and should tide
me over until I can get to the library to try and find Explorer by CJ
Cherryh which is the next in the series ive been reading.
I enjoy J V Jones too, she writes in a style I like. I seem to be
reading quite a lot of fantasy and science fiction by female authors lately.