I think I'll give it a try, though I'll probably to see if I can replace R with Python.depends. It's like an introduction and it get's you familiar with tricks and applications of R in Machine Learning, data manipulation and graphing with ggplot2.
Schaum's outline is a really great book for calculus, I ended up picking it up this past semester for roughly $2.00 on amazon, can't beat it!I'm going through Schaum's outline of calculus, lol. Seriously! I haven't touched calculus since 2008.
A lot of people waste their time during the commute. They flip through their newspaper or stare at their phone when they've clearly lost interest. I read The Economist in the morning commute and a sci-if novel in the evening commute.I've generally found you have to make time for it. I read on average about 3 books a week in the 300 page, paperback range. Obviously larger books (like the Norman Davies one mentioned above) take a little longer.
I generally read a night and on the weekends.