A hilarious book read by the "I'm a PC" guy that pokes fun at Windows, lawyers, but most of all, copyright law. In particular, that wonderful $150,000 price tag on the amount of damage caused by one illegal copy of one song. Thanks to that, and the fact that apparently the universe thinks Earth makes the best music in the... well, universe, means that pretty much every being outside of Earth owes us their entire life savings, several thousand (million?) times over.
It was a very funny book with plenty of current nerdy pop-culture references. If you want a peek at what it's like, search for Rob Reid's TED talk about the 8-billion dollar iPod.