Library

I’ve listed some informative reads that I would suggest to anyone with shared interests. Every single one of these books gave me new perspective on the state of technology or personal development. I should really update this list. Anyway:

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The Flinch by Julien Smith

The most important book of the bunch. It taught me about myself, and why people hesitate to take risks in life. Only 20 pages, I highly recommend it.

Data Jujitsu by DJ Patil

Data Jujitsu by DJ Patil

A fantastic introductory read for those unfamiliar with the importance of data and metrics in a startup.

Cognitive Surplus by Clay Shirky

Cognitive Surplus by Clay Shirky

Simply put, Shirky is a genius and makes you think. HARD. About all sorts of significant fallout from the digital age.

The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

I’m certainly not the first and I won’t be the last to laud this book. Ries gives clear methodology for building products of value (way beyond intuition or blind faith in an idea). I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in product development.

I Live In The Future And Here's How It Works by Nick Bilton

I Live In The Future And Here’s How It Works by Nick Bilton

A great introductory book to the ways our world is changing. We live in a time that is fundamentally different than any other in human history. People are CONNECTED. This book helped start it all for me.

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