I like to read, and there’s something special about reading a book.
Compared to reading on a screen that is. Even if the screens are really good today, there are still something about reading on paper that I like more.
I do read fiction from time to time, but I also really enjoy reading books that go under the popular science genre. Books about business, logic, people and technology in general. Think about it like this, if it could be a cover story in Wired Magazine it probably fits the genre.
I’m also a big fan of reading books about everything related to web technology. Below is an updated list of some of the books that I’ve read lately, it’s the ones I think is good enough to recommend to others.
Web development books
Going offline by Jeremy Keith
Take the thing you built on the web and make it work offline. After years and years of promises we’re finally bridging the gap between the web and native apps. This is a perfect introduction to the subject. Read more about Going offline.
Web Typography by Richard Rutter
A complete guide to web typography and how to implement OpenType features and other best practices on the web today. Read more about Web Typography.
Books about business
Anything you want by Derek Sivers
The story of Derek Sivers and his CD Baby business that took independent music artists to the online stores in the early days of e-commerce. Read more about Anything you want.
The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell
Interesting book about why some things trends and takes off and why others, even better ideas, do not. Read more about The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference.