I received the book Forrest Gump, as a present of gratitude after I tried to help someone with a problem he encountered with Freecell Solver. I finished reading it a while ago, and would like to review it here, as a token for being given it.
The book is great, and I liked it better than the film (which was based on it). In the film, it is implied that Forrest Gump is a retard, but in the book, he is an idiot-savant, who excels in mathematics, music, and some other mental activities. In the book, Forrest stumbles upon life, one weird happening after another, in a very lovable way, and the story is captivating, funny and entertaining.
I can recommend this book, and I also recommend its sequel, which I had read before reading the first book.
Humble Indie Bundle 3
I suggest you look at the Humble Indie Bundle 3, which allows you to pay how much you want for seven indie games, and split the proceeds between charity and the developers of the games. I've bought the bundle (as I did the previous one) and am now enjoying the game Crayon Physics Deluxe, which is great.
I've been feeling guilty about not having been following my RSS feeds for a long while. I've started to become not very fond of Akregator (the KDE feeds' aggregator), due to its lack of RSS service support, and I feel that the developers' plan to port it to Akonadi will make it even worse. I've found two other feeds' aggregators (one for Firefox and the other one for GNOME/gtk+) either slow or annoying, and so am left without an aggregator.