Found on a future bookshelf, thanks to the fine folks at Wired:
Dianetics Revisited: the Truth About Scientology.
Check the author. (Use the sideways view at BookOfJoe if you need help.)
Hee hee hee.
Especially funny is its placement a few books down from The GTDism Reader: The Last Testament of the Prophet David Allen. (Merlin Mann, are you listening?)
Also good: the byline on Look Young Forever.
I can’t stop grinning. This may be because I arrived home after 2 am this morning because of delays flying back from my business trip in Milwaukee and therefore am operating on a massive sleep deficit. But it may also be because of the juxtaposition of “Hey Ya!”, “Word Up” and “The Rubbers Song.” Heh.
- Louis Armstrong, “2:19 Blues” (Louis Armstrong of New Orleans)
- Elvis Costello, “You Turned to Me” (North)
- Neko Case, “Knock Loud” (Canadian Amp)
- Shannon Worrell, “Jefferson’s Lament” (The Moviegoer)
- Neko Case, “Things That Scare Me” (Blacklisted)
- Cameo, “Word Up” (Word Up!)
- OutKast, “Hey Ya! (Radio Mix)” (The Way You Move/Hey Ya! [single])
- New York Chamber Symphony, Gerard Schwarz (Richard Strauss, composer), “V. Le Trophée” (from Divertimento (after Couperin) (Schoenberg: String Quartet Concerto/Strauss: Divertimento)
- The Postal Service, “Against All Odds” (Against All Odds [single])
- The Pharcyde, “The Rubbers Song” (Stolen Moments: Red Hot + Blue)