Book workflow (February 11, 2009, 12) - David Seah asked people how they process books. Here’s what I commented:
I read a _lot_ of books, and I frequently refer other people to books that match their interests. When I do so, I love being able to point people to the exact page or quote they should check out, or to send them a
Taking quick notes for books (February 12, 2008, 8) - I love my book notes system. I almost always ask fellow bookworms how they keep track of what they’ve learned from the books they’ve read, and their suggestions have helped me put together a pretty darn good system. Here’s how I work:
Capture: I usually read books in front of my computer so that I can
Read more effectively by asking yourself questions while you read (December 17, 2013, 2) - It’s easy to look at a book instead of reading it. I’ve been there too: reading a textbook chapter without retaining enough information for an exam, reading self-improvement books without slowing down enough to think critically about the advice and plan how I’m going to use it. Fortunately, I remembered one of the acronyms that
How I read books and do visual book reviews (April 10, 2013, 3) - Bakari wanted to know how I did my visual book reviews. Here’s how!
Over the past year, we’ve checked out an average of 13 items a week from the Toronto Public Library each month. I select books by browsing through the library’s new releases list or searching through their collection for a particular topic I want