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Anything by Kevin Kelly, former editor of Wired magazine, but especially New Rules for the New Economy (don't let the 1999 publishing date worry you, this book is terrific). Also, Out of Control -- The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems, and the Economic World. This is a great summer read, don't let the title scare you off it's very accessible, on my re-read list this summer.

Thank you for sharing your top ten book list.

I would add:

"The One Minute Manager" by Kenneth H. Blanchard and Spencer Johnson.

This book will show you how three simple "secrets" can make a major impact in your bottom line by focusing in both people and results.

A must read.

I still like to think that 'Cluetrain Manifesto' and its 95 theses have held up pretty well, standing the test of time.

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