The Filter Bubble by Eli PariserThe Master Switch by Tim WuHow to Fix Copyright by William PatryGhost in the Wires by Kevin D. MitnickKingpin by Kevin Poulsen
EFF's Reading List from 2011
1st out of 15 books — 12 voters

Fight Club by Chuck PalahniukThe Dark Net by Jamie BartlettDaemon by Daniel SuarezNexus by Ramez NaamFreedom™ by Daniel Suarez
Mr. Robot
8th out of 34 books — 15 voters
Lovemarks by Kevin RobertsBulletProof Social by A.C.Bill Bernbach Said by Bill BernbachBill Bernbach's Book by Bob LevensonNobody's Perfect by Doris Willens
Advertising (my picks)
17th out of 23 books — 3 voters

The STREAM TONE by T. GillingCyber Rights  by Mike GodwinDelete by Viktor Mayer-SchönbergerNo Place to Hide by Robert O'Harrow Jr.The Assault on Privacy by Arthur Raphael Miller
Books on Internet rights and governance
12th out of 17 books — 4 voters
Dewey by Vicki MyronContent by Cory DoctorowWeird Things Customers Say in Bookshops by Jen CampbellThe Information by James GleickThis Book Is Overdue! by Marilyn Johnson
Information Science/Librarianship Books
24th out of 58 books — 5 voters

The Art of Immersion by Frank RoseMedia Studies by Julian McDougallStudying Videogames by Julian McDougallThe New Media Monopoly by Ben H. BagdikianReality Is Broken by Jane McGonigal
11th out of 14 books — 1 voter
You Are Not a Gadget by Jaron LanierThe Little Book of Plagiarism by Richard A. PosnerFuture Crimes by Marc GoodmanLaw and the Internet by Lilian EdwardsThe Filter Bubble by Eli Pariser
Cyberlaw - recommended reading
5th out of 8 books — 4 voters

Siddhartha by Hermann HesseThe Alchemist by Paulo Coelho1984 by George OrwellTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeBeing and Time by Martin Heidegger
Books that Changed the Way You View Life
1104th out of 2,126 books — 2,228 voters
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeHarry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling1984 by George OrwellPride and Prejudice by Jane AustenThe Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once
9881st out of 17,039 books — 81,347 voters

Mindful Tech by David M. LevySocial Media Strategy by Keith QuesenberryBeyond Tweeting by David V. KimballSocial Media tsūnami by Michel GerardUnleash the Power of Social Media Marketing by Joe Praveen Sequeira
Social Media (CODEC)
15th out of 20 books — 6 voters
The Devil in the White City by Erik LarsonFreakonomics by Steven D. LevittIn Cold Blood by Truman CapoteA Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill BrysonGuns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond
Best Non-Fiction (non biography)
1821st out of 4,050 books — 5,891 voters

The STREAM TONE by T. GillingThe Shallows by Nicholas CarrGrowing up Wired by David Wallace FlemingHere Comes Everybody by Clay ShirkyTrust Me, I'm Lying by Ryan Holiday
Best Internet Studies Books
13th out of 57 books — 32 voters

The Almond Tree by Michelle Cohen CorasantiDark Side by J.M. BarlogThe Orphan Master's Son by Adam JohnsonThe Rook by Daniel O'MalleyThe Why Cafe by John P. Strelecky
Books won on Goodreads
435th out of 510 books — 183 voters
Phenomenology of Spirit by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelThe Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke by Rainer Maria RilkeThe Selfish Gene by Richard DawkinsThis Changes Everything by Naomi KleinExcellent Sheep by William Deresiewicz
Best Books To Further Your Education
94th out of 195 books — 120 voters

City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra ClareClockwork Prince by Cassandra ClareDelirium by Lauren OliverSilence by Becca FitzpatrickThe Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan
Best Books of 2011
1866th out of 2,366 books — 7,129 voters
Why It's Kicking Off Everywhere by Paul MasonUnderstanding Media by Marshall McLuhanThe Cluetrain Manifesto by Rick LevineJulian Assange - The Unauthorised Autobiography by Julian AssangePermission Marketing by Seth Godin
Social Advocacy and Politics
18th out of 89 books — 2 voters

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