The Jennifer Morgue (Laundry Files, #2) by Charles Stross
I wanted to like The Atrocity Archives more than I did (which is still quite a bit)... I'm glad I pressed on to The Jennifer Morgue which is a tight spy thriller, a send up of spy thrillers and manages to be funny and moving in turns. I'm stuck in for the duration of the Laundry Files at this point.
A God in Ruins by Kate Atkinson
Catfood Weather 2.20 fixes a problem with the forecast failing to update (the National Weather Service changed the URL of the web service that Catfood Weather uses and while they were kind enough to put a redirect in place it was a form of redirect that didn't play nicely with WebClient so a patch is needed).
In addition this release should fix the ignore alerts feature. It's one of those cases that after not having looked at the code for a couple of years I suddenly realized that the implementation was fatally flawed (bordering on idiotic) and could never have worked. Should be better now.
A 360 degree (skipping night) 24 hour time lapse from the roof of my house in West Portal, San Francisco.
Photo of a fresh planter of succulents as we adapt to the lack of water in San Francisco (and the western United States in general).
The Atrocity Archives (Laundry Files, #1) by Charles Stross
Seveneves by Neal Stephenson
I really enjoyed it but the timescale is so long and so much happens that it feels a bit rushed until the last section of the book. I wish this had been teased out into a trilogy.