Linkdump for October 2nd through November 9th

Sometime between October 2nd and November 9th, I thought this stuff was interesting. You might think so too!

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[Note: This was originally a post to the `alt.philosophy.taoism` Usenet newsgroup. I’m including it here for completeness. Originally archived [here][1].]

[1]: http://groups.google.com/group/alt.philosophy.taoism/browse_thread/thread/97ed1a0767bc7c99?hl=en&q=author:woody%40alaska.net&safe=images#840e5b712e2f5f1b “Google Groups: alt.philosophy.taoism: A question re: The Tao of Pooh”

Just tossing out a question into the void (this being my first foray into a.p.t)…

The only exposure I have had to taoism as of yet is through happening upon the book The Tao of Pooh a few years ago. I’m quite glad I found the book and the ideas presented in it when I did, as it did a lot to keep me from going over the deep end at that time in my life. I am curious, however, as to how well it presents the principles of taoism. What I read I liked, and have kept with me since then, and I’m becoming more interested in exploring this further. What may be some good books to start learning more about this with? Any help/ideas would be appreciated. (And it appears this turned into a few seperate questions…. Ah, well.)