July, 2015

The Ghost Network (Catie Disabato) - A confidently written, overall enjoyable book. Some tangents were less interesting than others.

Lean In (Sheryl Sandberg) - Sheryl's unique privilege acknowledged, there is wisdom in this book. I immediately wanted to read more from Sheryl, and specifically about her time helping shape Facebook.

Between the World and Me (Ta-Nehisi Coates) - I'm at a loss for words. It's safe to say this is among the most important books released this year.

Gutshot (Amelia Gray) - I've never read anything like this. Her use of (often horrific) metaphors is skillful and not distracting or obtuse. She elevates every story to the absurd, but it all feels grounded in truth.

On Intelligence (Jeff Hawkins & Sandra Blakeslee) - Not for me.

Currently reading

Creative Confidence (Tom Kelley & David Kelley)

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