Thirteen of my favorite books from the 2010’s

I start feeling reflective when something comes to an end, and closing out a decade magnifies the impulse, so I’d like to share some of my favorite reading over the last ten years. The following list doesn’t claim that these books are the best; there’s too much to read and too little time to crown that kind of superlative. These are just a few that I personally found thoughtful, enjoyable, interesting, and worth spending some time with. I’ve been influenced so much by recommendations from others’ lists over the years, and led to topics and ideas I wouldn’t have sought on my own. I hope that by sharing this, I can do the same for you. You are Not a Gadget, Jaron Lanier (2010) Lanier’s book opened the decade up with prescient questions about the relationship we have with technology, and set the table for several of the other books …

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