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Acerca de míExperientially I am a husband, a father, an adventurer, a developer, a musician, a lover of natural beauty, and a man of faith. I have enjoyed living in Seattle, Washington; Southeast Asia; Pasadena, California; Kathmandu, Nepal; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Portland, Oregon. I have visited over 25 countries, but I still believe some of the world’s best natural beauty lies in the USA’s National Park system.

Vocationally I am a technology product and program management professional with 20 years experience in the creation and delivery of innovative IT services, software/hardware products, Internet services, professional services and community development/ICT programs (for more see LinkedIn profile). I have long history of active service in the nonprofit sector and international work experience involving programs in over 25 countries.

Avocationally I enjoy being a landscape photographer, a hand percussionist (and drummer with strong leanings towards jazz improvisation), a volleyball coach, an alpine mountaineer, a blue water sailor, and an unabashed bibliophile.

Acerca de mi bibliotecaI virtually classify and physically shelve my library books topically into six mutually exclusive areas which I call “Rooms”:

AVOCATIONAL Room – which covers my varied interests that I choose not to earn a living from at this time. Sample topics include: Adventure (locomotion), Travel (destination), Photography, and Arts.

SOCIAL VOCATIONAL Room – covers topics I have personally used to earn a living in the Social Sector (aka the Nonprofit world). My working pursuits split broadly into Philanthropy, Cultures (i.e. cross cultural settings), and International. They are further broken out into more granular topics like: Fundraising issues, Nonprofit Orgs, Leadership and Innovation, and Other Cultures.

BUSINESS VOCATIONAL Room – covers topics I have personally used to earn a living in the Private Sector (aka the Business world). My working pursuits split broadly into Technology, Business, and Vocation. They are further broken out into more granular topics like: General Technology, Management, Marketing, Products and Services, and General Vocation.

FAITH Room – covers the spiritual realm from a decidedly Christian worldview. My topics include World Religions, Theology, Missiology, and General Christianity.

EDUCATIONAL Room – covers all other nonfiction of a more general nature, including Science, History, General Education, and Other subjects.

FICTIONAL Room – covers the spectrum of fiction I personally enjoy. It ranges from standard cozy mysteries to a large selection of modern thrillers (with highlights to nautical fiction and mysteries about books) to a variety of literature and other fiction.

Geographic and Location details:
• I have an exhaustive collection of books on the Sherpa People of Nepal, who I had the privilege to live among for 4 years. Related topics include South Asian cultures, the Himalayan Region, and of course Mount Everest itself.
• I am drawn to books that evoke a strong sense of geographic place”. This is reflected in both my selection of books as well as my tagging of them.
• My Travel bookcase is further divided into shelves on Pacific Northwest, American Southwest and Southeast Asia and Oceania, and Himalayan Region to reflect the primary “places” of my personal exploration.

Classification detail:
• My library uses a hierarchical taxonomy of three-tiers: “Room – Bookcase – Shelf”. Room I equate to walking into a room with multiple bookcases on one domain of knowledge (generally >500 books). Bookcase I equate to an entire bookcase devoted to three or more related subjects (generally >100 books). Shelf is one or more shelves devoted to a single subject (generally around 25-100 books).
• For a complete up-to-date list of all shelf names please consult the first column of all tags.

GruposBooks on Books, Early Reviewers, Maps and Atlases, Non-Fiction Readers, Reading Globally, Travel and Exploration literature

Autores favoritosJeffrey Archer, David Baldacci, John Dudley Ball, Chris Bonington, John Le Carré, Lee Child, Clayton M. Christensen, Broughton Coburn, Ted Dekker, Arthur Conan Doyle, John Dunning, Elisabeth Elliot, Thomas Hale, Edward T. Hall, Ernest Hemingway, Tony Hillerman, Craig Johnson, E. Stanley Jones, Rudyard Kipling, Jon Krakauer, Gary Larson, C. S. Lewis, Robert Ludlum, Gordon MacDonald, Steve McCurry, Geoffrey A. Moore, Greg Mortenson, Peter Morville, David Muench, Marc Muench, Charles Nordhoff, Patrick O'Brian, Sherry B. Ortner, Parker J. Palmer, Nancy Pearl, Elizabeth Peters, John Piper, Eliot Porter, Raja Rao, Don Richardson, Galen Rowell, Charles M. Schulz, National Geographic Society, John Steinbeck, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sarah Susanka, J. Maarten Troost, G. B. Trudeau, Edward R. Tufte, Mark Twain, Bill Watterson, Art Wolfe, Philip Yancey (Favoritos compartidos)

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Librerías favoritasAmazon Books (Portland - Washington Square), Blackwell's Oxford, Pilgrims Book House, Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing, Powell's City of Books (Portland), The Archives Bookshop, The Mountaineers Bookstore, Third Place Books, University Bookstore

Bibliotecas favoritasBeaverton City Library, Charles E. Young Research Library (UCLA), Edmonds Library, Library of Congress, Nepal National Library, Tigard Public Library, University of Washington - Suzzallo Library

Editoriales favoritasO'Reilly Media, Penguin Australia, University of California Press

Listas favoritasAmusing Book Titles, Best books about books, Best of World Literature, Classics you know you should have read but probably haven't, Favorite Childhood Books, Read the book and saw the movie

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Nombre verdaderoScott David Anderson (Scott Anderson)

UbicaciónPortland, Oregon, USA

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Miembro desdeFeb 28, 2007

Actualmente leyendoEthnic Realities and the Church: Lessons from India por Donald Anderson McGavran
Everest: The West Ridge por Thomas F. Hornbein
Edge of the Earth, Corner of the Sky por Art Wolfe
Atlas of Remote Islands: Fifty Islands I Have Never Set Foot on and Never Will por Judith Schalansky
At Home with Books: How Booklovers Live with and Care for Their Libraries por Estelle Ellis

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