I read a lot of everything. Fiction, non-fiction, it's all good. In non-fiction, I tend to gravitate towards ideas about marketing, technology and science. Sometimes history or a biography too.
Fiction wise, I like Martin Amis, Michel Houllebecq, Donald Westlake, Patricia Highsmith, etc etc, etc...
"A good book that starts at your local thrift and wends it's way to second hand markets for electronics and car parts in Ghana. Rightfully so, it includes some information on the 'right to repair' movement in the United States and what the implicat..."
"After having a number of books on this topic, including, most recently, Reason In a Dark Time, the only conclusion to be made is that whatever this thing we've been doing for about 200 years *is*, it's way too late in the party to stop the outcome..."