Matthew K. Morgan

Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (28 of 29)
Location: Ruther Glen, VA USA
Birthday: Sept. 9
In My Own Words:
Operating systems specialist, though I have been a programmer/analyst in the past. I am more or less a jack-of-all-trades anymore.

Computers, software, electronics, baking, chess, geocaching, music, writing, reading, hiking, spending time with friends and family.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 483,983 - Total Helpful Votes: 28 of 29
American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza by Peter Reinhart
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A passion for pizza, Dec 4 2003
I bought this book, having never seen it before, because of my appreciation for author Peter Reinhart's other excellent works, as well as a desire to make good pizza of my own. I have Bread Baker's Apprentice and Crust & Crumb, and because these books are specifically about bread, I assumed that American Pie would be all about the crust. This was a gross misconception on my part; this book is much more than a tome on pizza crust.
The book has two sections. The first is a fascinating account of all Reinhart went through to find what he regards as the perfect pizza. This includes details of a trip to Italy as well as places within the United States where he found excellent pizza on… Read more
Neverwinter Nights: Shadow Of Undrentide Expansion&hellip by Atari (ATBB9)
After completing the official campaign from NWN (hereafter, OC), I was left wanting something more. I was disappointed with the OC in that it was a little too easy -- there were too many opportunities to run back to the temple and stock up, even in the middle of combat situation. As a result, the OC was very unbalanced, although the storyline was good.
Shadows of Undrentide (SoU) is *not* a continuation to the OC, but rather is a parallel storyline, taking place at roughly the same time. Completely new characters, completely new setting, completely different storyline (although, roughly the same premise).
This expansion pack does not have some of the same flaws as the OC. The game… Read more
Jamsa's C/C++/C# Programmer's Bible by Dr. Kris Jamsa
I bought this book after doing some research for a good C++ book. I had decided on a completely different title when I discovered this one on the shelf and I bought it instead.
This book is not "light reading" by any stretch of the imagination. It is instead almost 1200 pages of fact after fact about C, C++ and C#. It is divided up into sections and subsections, covering first the C language, then moving on to C++, and finally introducing C#. Under each language the author has gone into very deep details about even some of the most obsure topics, making everything very accessible with example code and detailed explanations about the topics he is addressing. The reader will be… Read more