On the train to work, I started reading Dogfight How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution. The author opens with the competition between the Apple iOS operating system and the Google Android operating system for phones, tablets, and other devices.
This morning, I checked the Facebook and Twitter for the library.
I also checked the displays and gift books.
The book, The Flamethrowers by Rachel Kushner came in for me to read. I read some of it on the train. The writing has an excellent flow to it. There is a lot about going very fast. The urge to go fast, to ride motorcyles, to live quickly, to be artistic. It reminds me of a friend whose ambition was to fly fighter jets. To go as fast as humanly possible.
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