I'm liking the library's "Walk-in" program - where they reserve copies of popular books for you to pick up when you walk into the library, instead of waiting for weeks or months on a hold list.
This book was certainly a bit radical, but it also really shed light on what a lot of internet companies are doing to traditional industries and employment. For example, you can say that a new technology start-up provides new technological jobs, but when you realize that some of these places (like Instagram) employ only a few dozen people and offset an entire industry (like Kodak), you start realizing what sort of imbalance this trend produces.
The main thing I thought of every time I saw this book cover, though, was, "man, I wish this author was a commander...". Ahh, good ol' games.