My review of the new Microsoft 365 Security for IT Pros ebook, co-authored by a team of Microsoft MVPs and experts led by Michael Van Horenbeeck.
Here’s the list of everything I read or listened to during 2019, and my thoughts on each of them.
Here’s the list of fiction and non-fiction books that I read and listened to during 2018.
A review of Remote: Office Not Required, a book about the future of remote work, flexibility, and productivity.
Here’s my list of books and audiobooks that I read during 2017.
Ready Player One is a simple, enjoyable trip down memory lane for someone like me who grew up in the 80’s.
The recent news about Apple and the FBI motivated me to power through the last 10% of Data and Goliath. Here are my highlights from the book.
Inspired by my friend Paul Robichaux I took a look at the list of books I read (and listened to) in 2015.
I like to read, and I like podcasts, so Audible seems like a natural fit for me. It seems to be well priced, it uses platforms I already own (an Amazon account and an iPhone), and it aligns with my desire to read (or listen) to more books in 2015. I certainly have plenty of… Continue reading Regional Restrictions on Audiobooks from Audible