I just finished off the book "Rediscovering God in America" by Newt Gingrich. It was a fantastic book and a really quick read. I learned a lot about the different landmarks in D.C. that I didn't know about.

I've already started on the book "The Paradox of Choice" by Barry Schwartz. This book really interested me when I first heard of it because it discusses one of the most frustrating (imho) "features" of capitalism; product choice. There's too many products out there that are exactly the same. Do I really care if there are 50 different varieties of crackers at the store? No. I'm already ~50 pages into the book and the author's writing style is fantastic. Can't wait to get further into it.

nessquik 2.5 is close to being finished (or it better be). I'm still planning for sometime towards the end of February for a release. Fermi will be first and then I'll likely have a general beta release available about a month after the Fermi release. There are a lot of freakin changes in this release that are dependent on Accounts; a feature which nessquik general doesn't have. I haven't decided the best course of action for this. Maybe someone out there has a better idea?