Reading

Bookshelf

๐Ÿ“– What I've been reading:

  • John Carreyrou: Bad blood (Paperback, 2018, Random House Large Print)

    Bad blood

    secrets and lies in a Silicon Valley startup

  • Bob Hoffman: BadMen (Paperback, Type a Group, Type A Group)

    BadMen

    How Advertising Went From A Minor Annoyance To A Major Menace

  • Mike Isaac: Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber (Hardcover, 2019, W. W. Norton & Company, W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.)

    Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber

  • James B. Stewart: DisneyWar (Paperback, Simon & Schuster)

    DisneyWar

  • Andreas Malm: How to Blow up a Pipeline (2020, Verso Books)

    How to Blow up a Pipeline

  • Lawrence Maxwell Krauss: The Physics of Star Trek (2007, Perseus Books Group)

    The Physics of Star Trek


This books page layout was replicated from the work of Simon Dann. That page was inspired by the books pages of Dave Rupert, Mark Llobrera, Sรธren Birkemeyer and Derek Shirk. They originally got the idea for a books page from Maggie Appleton and her Antilibrary. The first version of this page was inspired by Cox Chapman's Books page. I was further hooked on a homepage for my own book activity by the library.json proposal by Tom Critchlow.