Without a doubt, technology is an amazing topic that continues to attract a lot of interest and intention from both young and old alike. While the power of digital technology has been advancing rapidly, it is ironic to see that even paper books are still being seen as important in today's world. Furthermore, their value continues to get stronger with the passing of time and technology.
While there are
Top Five Best Technology Books that You Should Check Out
Whether you are just a curious learner or a seasoned student, these technology books definitely deserve your attention. Just as the world of the technology holds a fascination that everyone wants to embrace, so too, these technology books still enjoy their place as the perfect medium that encourages the appreciation and expansion of technology itself. Here are the top five best technology books that you should check out:
Chaos Monkeys: Inside the Silicon Valley Money Machine by Antonio Garcia Martinez
If you are really excited to learn about the power of Silicon Valley, this is the book that will introduce you to a fascinating world of powerful tech elite community that resides in the Californian tech hub. Not just that, its author, Antonio
Innovators by Walter Isaacson
Essentially, this book will provide in-depth insight to how 60 innovators have transformed the entire through the digital revolution with teamwork instead of just a mad idea or maverick
The Industries of the Future by Alec Ross
Anticipating which industries will rise and grow exponentially, Alec Ross draws his knowledge and experience from his former post as the Senior Advisor for Innovation to the Secretary of State. Having travelled to 41 countries during his tenure, he writes extensively about cyber security, genomics, robotics, blockchains and other upcoming industries. Amazingly, he even uses anecdotes and stories from entrepreneurs and government officials alike so that a complete picture can be seen.
The Information by James Gleick
This book explores how digital computers of today play the same prominent role of capturing, transmitting and manipulation information like the venerable Victorian Babbage, African drums and others. Believing that information is not a quality of the computer world, James Gleick asserts that information has always been with us. As the author of the famous 1990's book, Chaos, he takes pleasure in breaking down misconception and myth about technology.
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
Without further explanation, this book is known as the best-selling technology book of all time. This