50 Books Every Geek Should Read
Eric Dahl / InsideTech
January 12, 2010
“Getting Things Done,” David Allen
The book that spawned a productivity movement, “GTD” and the 43 Folders-type followers it’s created have helped a generation of procrastination professionals to, well, get things done. Thousands of life hackers agree: David Allen has helped make efficiency cool again.
“Upgrade Your Life: The Lifehacker Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, Better,” Gina Trapani
There’s something recursively screwed up about this, but even after hacking your life to within an inch of its, um, life, you probably won’t have time to catch all the cool tips on Lifehacker. The second edition of Lifehacker’s tips book collects more than 100 tips you won’t want to miss.