A book arrived today

In search of stupidityMerrill R. Chapman's "In search of stupidity" arrived today. Now the challenge is: how long before I open it? Will I take the time to read it? I'm still at page 17 of "Paper Prototyping" by Carolyn Snyder, and page 85 of "Object-Oriented Software Construction" by Bertrand Meyer. Eventhough "In search of stupidity" is not very technical, it's perhaps too close to my daily work to make the idea of diving into it enjoyable. In the contrary, Scott Adams' "Dilbert and Way of the Weasel" has been absorbed in a handful of subway rides: this is my daily work *environment*, perhaps the distinction is important for the joy of reading.