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Jesse Liberty (born July 10, 1955 in Brooklyn, New York),now living in Massachusetts, is a best-selling author who has written extensively about programming and especially about Microsoft .NET. He is the author of nearly two dozen books and dozens of articles for … more

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reviewed Monkeyluv. April 27, 2009
Monkeyluv
No one comes close to Sapolsky in having fun with genetics and evolutionary science. This set of essays is just a blast.  He is a great writer and a solid scientist (a rare combination) and MonkeyLuv …
reviewed The Raw Shark Texts: A Novel. April 16, 2009
The Raw Shark Texts: A Novel
One of the best, most extraordinary novels I've read in a very long time. It is like discovering Neil Stephenson all over again.     This is literature as intended, not a distancing …
reviewed Lush Life. April 16, 2009
No one writes dialog with the realism and the transparent reality of Richard Price. It is is hallmark, his trademark and it is so well done, so crystal clear that it is almost impossible to notice until …
reviewed Science Fiction Books. April 15, 2009
Sci-fi literature
Stephenson is one of the 2 best cyberpunk authors, one of the dozen best SF authors, and certainly one of the 100 best authors alive (how's that for random?)     This may not …
reviewed Programming .NET 3.5. April 12, 2009
Of all the books I've written, I believe this is the least well understood by those who have not yet bought it, and most valued by those who have (I'm sorry, I know how terrible that sounds).  It …
reviewed Homosexuality and Civilization. April 10, 2009
Homosexuality and Civilization
While the book is highly academic and authoritative, it is also very accessible and enjoyable to read. Here is a very brief summary:     The book begins with a chapter on Early Greece …
reviewed Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics. April 10, 2009
Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics
By far the most interesting, most readable and most satisfying exploration of bisexuality I've read, and perhaps the most interesting book on the intersection of bisexuality and feminism ever written. …
reviewed The Commission: The Uncensored Histor.... April 10, 2009
The Commission: The Uncensored History of the 9/11
Starts out like a well written investigative journalism article, continues like a thriller, ends up as an indictment beyond even what we already know of the crimes and misdemeanors of the previous administration. …
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December 17, 2009
 Hi Jesse. I just wanted to fill you in on what's new at Lunch since the last time your were here. There are many fun new features to explore! You can also join us in this holiday season discussions and chime in on what you think about Christmas. You can write micro reviews on anything you wish (140 characters or less) and create a list on something like favorite books. Have you read (or written) any good ones lately? You can always send any questions my way!
 

 
May 15, 2009
Hey Jesse- which one of these SciFi books do you like the best?

 
April 17, 2009
Hey Jesse! I just wanted to check in on you to see how you're liking the site and see if you have any more questions/concerns. I love your reviews!
April 18, 2009
You are incredibly kind. I'll be working on one or two at a time as I go, trying to have something worth saying. Thanks again.
April 29, 2009
You are most welcome! Keep up the good work!
April 29, 2009
You are most welcome! Keep up the good work!
 
April 15, 2009
Where do i find all the reviews i started but haven't finished?
April 15, 2009
Go to your home page http://www.lunch.com/Home, in the left corner there is a notifications box which contains "review drafts"
 
April 12, 2009
EcoMama - I'd be happy to provide you with lots of info about silverlight, but I don't review other folks' technical books (except for the rare outstanding masterpiece). Best bet is to check out my blog (silvelright.net/blogs/jesseliberty), but let me find my book Programming .net 3.5 here and fill in a quick "why we wrote this book" on that one.
 
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