DHD Book Club
Deb has a new post up, "Being John Nash," and how her life somewhat resembles a mix of A Beautiful Mind and Being John Malkovich.
Since she mentions her difficulty getting obsessed with math, I thought it makes a nice segue to Prime Obsession, by John Derbyshire of National Review.
In the case of this book, people are obsessed with the riddle posed by Bernhard Riemann, and less by the man Reimann himself (though Derb goes a long way toward appreciating him).
There's even a Turing reference in the book, to keep things relevant.
My first thread is for sharing books you've read (or written, but you can couch it as one you've read to retain your privacy if you choose) and the impact they've had on you.