[fr] Une série de livres qui m'ont marquée.
Picked up on [Lifehacker](http://lifehacker.com/) (via [Feedly](http://feedly.com/), which I really like!), [What Books Have Changed Your Life?](http://lifehacker.com/397394/the-books-that-changed-your-lives) — so, off the top of my head, and way too late in the night to do any serious thinking/writing/linking, a bunch of books that were groundbreaking reads for me:
– The Web of Belief (Ullian & Quine)
– Emotional Intelligence (Goleman)
– Comment gérer les personnalités difficiles (André & Lelord)
– Naked Conversations (Scoble & Israel)
– The Black Swan (Taleb)
– Getting Things Done (Allen)
– The Paradox of Choice (Schwartz)
– Buddhism Without Beliefs (Batchelor)
– India: A Million Mutinies Now (Naipaul)
– The Cluetrain Manifesto (Searls, Weinberger, Locke, Levine)
There are certainly more that I’m not thinking about now, and the list is certainly skewed towards these past years (the near past is always fresher in memory, and old changes tend to be forgotten). I could give an explanation for each of them… but some other time, maybe.
I read a lot of fiction, too — not just essay-like books. But I wouldn’t say that any work of fiction (that I can recall) really changed my life in a major way.
I might come back to this. Or I might not. Who knows?
- Meditation and Death (Batchelor) [en] (2002)
- Agnosticism [en] (2002)
- Books [en] (2001)
- Freedom (Batchelor) [en] (2002)
- Self as Narrative (Batchelor) [en] (2002)
- Non-Religious Buddhism (Batchelor, closing words) [en] (2002)
- Hypothesis [en] (2001)
- Standards-Compliant Redesign [en] (2002)
- Of Grief and Travel [en] (2011)
- Thinking Too Much [en] (2016)