Another MeMe...This time, a Reading MeMe assignment from CLAUDIA. The directions are:
1) Grab the book closest to you
2) Open to page 123. Go to the 5th sentence
3) Post the text of the next 3 sentences on your blog.
4) Name the book and author
5) Tag 3 people (optional)
If you click this to big it, hopefully, it's readable. If not, be creative and just make up your own captions.
I need hardly point out that when he did get one it tended to be good. Einstein's next idea was one of the greatest that anyone has ever had---indeed, the very greatest, according to Boorse, Motz, and Weaver in their thoughtful history of atomic science. "As the creation of a single mind," they write, "it is undoubtedly the highest intellectual achievement of humanity," which is of course as good as a compliment can get. In 1907, or so it has sometimes been written, Albert Einstein saw a workman fall off a roof and began to think about gravity.
Title: "A Short History of Nearly Everything"
Author: Bill Bryson (one of my favorite authors)
And because I just can't do a post without a picture or 10, I provided the setting whilst I was reading this book...
What I was doing...
... and looking at ...
What book(s) are you reading ? I need a new list, so please share.