This week, I am reading Tal vs Botvinnik - 1960. Pretty interesting read on kindle for $10. Getting into Tal's mind as he goes from round to round against the systematic and positional Botvinnik.
Also got a new cell phone, a Driod Note II. Very nice for chess study, taking notes on S Note to create flash cards, scid and mobile chess engines, and of course chess.com. I am able to analyze my games create "flash cards" in S Note of the key mistakes. This is along the lines of the recomendations in "Chess Master at Any Age". Good chess player's device/phone!